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Prof Sarah Riley

Professor in Critical Health Psychology

School of Psychology

Research Outputs

Journal

Sims-Schouten, W., & Riley, S. (2019). Presenting Critical Realist Discourse Analysis as a Tool for Making Sense of Service Users’ Accounts of Their Mental Health Problems. Qualitative Health Research. 29(7), 1016-1028
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Murdeshwar, S., Riley, S., & Mackiewicz, A. (2019). I like to go out and have a good time: An ethnography of a group of young middle class urban Indian women participating in a new drinking culture. International Journal of Drug Policy. 66, 1-8
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, S., Evans, A., Anderson, E., & Robson, M. (2019). The gendered nature of self-help. Feminism and Psychology. 29(1), 3-18
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Robson, M., & Riley, S. (2019). A Deleuzian rethinking of time in healthy lifestyle advice and change. Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 13(4)
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, S., Brooks, J., Goodman, S., Cahill, S., Branney, P., Treharne, GJ., . . . Sullivan, C. (2019). Celebrations amongst challenges: Considering the past, present and future of the qualitative methods in psychology section of the British Psychology Society. Qualitative Research in Psychology. 16(3), 464-482
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Evans, A., & Riley, S. (2018). “He’s a total TubeCrush”: post-feminist sensibility as intimate publics. Feminist Media Studies. 18(6), 996-1011
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Griffin, C., Bengry-Howell, A., Riley, S., Morey, Y., & Szmigin, I. (2018). ‘We achieve the impossible’: Discourses of freedom and escape at music festivals and free parties. Journal of Consumer Culture. 18(4), 477-496
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Szmigin, I., Bengry-Howell, A., Morey, Y., Griffin, C., & Riley, S. (2017). Socio-spatial authenticity at co-created music festivals. Annals of Tourism Research. 63, 1-11
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, S., Evans, A., Elliott, S., Rice, C., & Marecek, J. (2017). A critical review of postfeminist sensibility. Social and Personality Psychology Compass. 11(12)
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, S., Evans, A., & Mackiewicz, A. (2016). It’s just between girls: Negotiating the postfeminist gaze in women’s ‘looking talk’. Feminism and Psychology. 26(1), 94-113
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Ensslin, A., Skains, L., Riley, S., Haran, J., Mackiewicz, A., & Halliwell, E. (2016). Exploring digital fiction as a tool for teenage body image bibliotherapy<sup>*</sup>. Digital Creativity. 27(3), 177-195
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, S., Evans, A., Griffin, C., Morey, Y., & Murphy, H. (2015). Crossing into the digital realm. Psychologist. 28(8), 652-655
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, SCE., & Scharff, C. (2013). Feminism versus femininity? Exploring feminist dilemmas through cooperative inquiry research. Feminism and Psychology. 23(2), 207-223
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Evans, A., & Riley, S. (2013). Immaculate consumption: Negotiating the sex symbol in postfeminist celebrity culture. Journal of Gender Studies. 22(3), 268-281
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Owen, C., & Riley, S. (2012). Teaching visual methods using performative storytelling, reflective practice and learning through doing. Psychology Learning and Teaching. 11(1), 60-65
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, SCE., Griffin, C., & Morey, Y. (2010). The case for 'everyday politics': Evaluating neo-tribal theory as a way to understand alternative forms of political participation, using electronic dance music culture as an example. Sociology. 44(2), 345-363
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Evans, A., Riley, S., & Shankar, A. (2010). Postfeminist heterotopias: Negotiating 'safe' and 'seedy' in the British sex shop space. European Journal of Women's Studies. 17(3), 211-229
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, S., More, Y., & Griffin, C. (2010). The 'pleasure citizen': Analyzing partying as a form of social and political participation. Young. 18(1), 33-54
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, S., Thompson, J., & Griffin, C. (2010). Turn on, tune in, but don't drop out: The impact of neo-liberalism on magic mushroom users' (in)ability to imagine collectivist social worlds. International Journal of Drug Policy. 21(6), 445-451
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Evans, A., Riley, S., & Shankar, A. (2010). Technologies of sexiness: Theorizing women's engagement in the sexualization of culture. Feminism and Psychology. 20(1), 114-131
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Smith, L., Riley, S., & Peters, ER. (2009). Schizotypy, delusional ideation and well-being in an American new religious movement population. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy. 16(6), 479-484
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Malson, H., Riley, S., & Markula, P. (2009). Beyond psychopathology: Interrogating (Dis)orders of body weight and body management. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology. 19(5), 331-335
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, S., Rodham, K., & Gavin, J. (2009). Doing weight: Pro-ana and recovery identities in cyberspace. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology. 19(5), 348-359
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, SCE., & Blackman, G. (2008). Between prohibitions: Patterns and meanings of magic mushroom use in the UK. Substance Use and Misuse. 43(1), 55-71
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, S., Morey, Y., & Griffin, C. (2008). Ketamine: The divisive dissociative. A discourse analysis of the constructions of ketamine by participants of a free party (rave) scene. Addiction Research and Theory. 16(3), 217-230
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Griffin, C., Measham, F., Moore, K., Morey, Y., & Riley, S. (2008). The social and cultural uses of ketamine. Addiction Research and Theory. 16(3), 205-207
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Sims Schouten, W., Riley, SCE., & Willig, C. (2007). Critical Realism in Discourse Analysis: A Presentation of a Systematic Method of Analysis Using Women's Talk of Motherhood, Childcare and Female Employment as an Example. Theory &amp; Psychology. 17(1), 101-124
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, SCE., Sims Schouten, W., & Willig, C. (2007). The Case for Critical Realist Discourse Analysis as a Viable Method in Discursive Work. Theory &amp; Psychology. 17(1), 137-145
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Sumnall, HR., Beynon, CM., Conchie, SM., Riley, SCE., & Cole, JC. (2007). An investigation of the subjective experiences of sex after alcohol or drug intoxication. Journal of Psychopharmacology. 21(5), 525-537
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, S., Frith, H., Archer, L., & Veseley, L. (2006). Institutional sexism in academia. Psychologist. 19(2), 94-97
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, SCE., & Cahill, S. (2005). Managing meaning and belonging: Young women's negotiation of authenticity in body art. Journal of Youth Studies. 8(3), 261-279
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Frith, H., Riley, S., Archer, L., & Gleeson, K. (2005). Editorial. Qualitative Research in Psychology. 2(3), 187-198
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, SCE., & Hayward, E. (2004). Patterns, trends, and meanings of drug use by dance-drug users in Edinburgh, Scotland. Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy. 11(3), 243-262
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, SCE. (2003). The management of the traditional male role: A discourse analysis of the constructions and functions of provision. Journal of Gender Studies. 12(2), 99-113+168
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, S., Schouten, W., & Cahill, S. (2003). Exploring the dynamics of subjectivity and power between researcher and researched. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung. 4(2)
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, S. (2002). A feminist construction of body art as a harmful cultural practice: A response to Jeffreys. Feminism and Psychology. 12(4), 540-545
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, SCE. (2002). Constructions of equality and discrimination in professional men's talk. British Journal of Social Psychology. 41(3), 443-461
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
McKeganey, N., & Riley, S. (2001). In dance scene drug surveys the sampling matters: Comments on Riley et al. [3]. Addiction. 96(8), 1212-1213
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, S. (2001). Maintaining power: Male constructions of 'feminists' and 'feminist values'. Feminism and Psychology. 11(1), 55-78
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, S. (2001). Clarification on sampling of dance event drug use: A reply to McKeganey [4]. Addiction. 96(8), 1213-1214
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, SCE., James, C., Gregory, D., Dingle, H., & Cadger, M. (2001). Patterns of recreational drug use at dance events in Edinburgh, Scotland. Addiction. 96(7), 1035-1047
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.
Siann, G., Wilson, F., Riley, S., & Callaghan, M. (2000). Gender at work and at home in Britain: Continuities and changes. Journal of Applied Social Psychology. 30(12), 2491-2512
[Journal article]Authored by: Riley, S.

Book

Riley, S., & Evans, A. (2017). Gender. In The Palgrave Handbook of Critical Social Psychology. (pp. 409 - 431).
[Chapter]Authored by: Riley, S.
Morey, Y., Bengry-Howell, A., Griffi, C., Szmigin, I., & Riley, S. (2014). Festivals 2.0: Consuming, producing and participating in the extended festival experience. In The Festivalization of Culture. (pp. 251 - 269).
[Chapter]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, S., Griffin, C., & Morey, Y. (2013). The rise of the pleasure citizen: How leisure can be a site for alternative forms of political participation. In Democracy in Transition: Political Participation in the European Union. (pp. 61 - 75).
[Chapter]Authored by: Riley, S.
Riley, S., Brown, R., Griffin, C., & Morey, Y. (2012). Tribal gatherings: Using art to disseminate research on club culture. In Visual Methods in Psychology: Using and Interpreting Images in Qualitative Research. (pp. 190 - 204).
[Chapter]Authored by: Hodgetts, D., Riley, S.
Markula, P., Burns, M., & Riley, S.(2007). Introducing critical bodies: Representations, identities and practices of weight and body management.
[Authored Book]Authored by: Riley, S.

Supervision and Teaching

Courses Coordinated

  • 175.743 Health Psychology: The Social Context

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