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New Issue Alert 22 August 2020
Dear Reader,
We are pleased to deliver your requested table of contents alert for Social Theory & Health. Volume 18, Issue 3 is now available online.
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In this issue
Self-injury in social context: an emerging sociology
Peter Steggals, Ruth Graham, Steph Lawler
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pp 201 – 210
Original Article
The sociological implications of taking self-injury as a practice: an author meets critic interview
Baptiste Brossard, Peter Steggals
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pp 211 – 223
Original Paper
Inequality, distress and harm-reduction: a social justice approach to self-injury
Kay Inckle
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pp 224 – 239
Original Article
The social life of self-harm in general practice
Amy Chandler, Caroline King, Christopher D. Burton, Steve Platt
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pp 240 – 256
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Self-harm and moral codes in emergency departments in England
Mark Cresswell
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pp 257 – 269
Original Article
Open Access
‘I couldn’t say the words’: communicative bodies and spaces in parents’ encounters with nonsuicidal self-injury
Peter Steggals, Steph Lawler, Ruth Graham
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pp 270 – 286
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You want to know why I cut? Reflections on doing research with people who self-injure
Theresa McShane
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pp 287 – 298
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