Simon Carter
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Tourism and sex: Culture, commerce and coercion
S Clift, S Carter
Cengage Learning EMEA, 2000
Tourists' and travellers' social construction of Africa and Asia as risky locations
S Carter
Tourism Management 19 (4), 349-358, 1998
Biosecurity and the topologies of infected life: from borderlines to borderlands
S Hinchliffe, J Allen, S Lavau, N Bingham, S Carter
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 38 (4), 531-543, 2013
An experimental study of determinants of group judgments in clinical guideline development
R Raine, C Sanderson, A Hutchings, S Carter, K Larkin, N Black
The Lancet 364 (9432), 429-437, 2004
Approaches to qualitative data collection in social science
S Carter, L Henderson
Handbook of health research methods: Investigation, measurement and analysis …, 2005
General practitioners' perceptions of chronic fatigue syndrome and beliefs about its management, compared with irritable bowel syndrome: qualitative study
R Raine, S Carter, T Sensky, N Black
Bmj 328 (7452), 1354-1357, 2004
The sexual behaviour of international travellers at two Glasgow GUM clinics
S Carter, K Horn, G Hart, M Dunbar, A Scoular, S MacIntyre
International journal of STD & AIDS 8 (5), 336-338, 1997
Boundaries of danger and uncertainty: an analysis of the technological culture of risk assessment
S Carter
Sociology of health & illness monograph series, 133-150, 1995
Rise and shine: sunlight, technology and health
S Carter
Berg, 2007
Pathological lives: disease, space and biopolitics
S Hinchliffe, N Bingham, J Allen, S Carter
John Wiley & Sons, 2016
Tourism, international travel and sex: themes and research
S Carter, S Clift
Tourism and Sex: Culture, Commerce and Coercion. Ed. Simon Clift and Stephen …, 2000
The facts about fictions and vice versa: Public understanding of human genetics
M Michael, S Carter
Science as Culture 10 (1), 5-32, 2001
The domestication of an everyday health technology: A case study of electric toothbrushes
S Carter, J Green, N Thorogood
Social theory & health 11 (4), 344-367, 2013
Who wants to be ‘peelie wally’? Glaswegian tourists’ attitudes to sun tans and sun exposure
S Carter
Tourism and health: Risks, responses and research, 1997
Public accountability: one rule for practitioners, one for scientists?
N Black, S Carter
Journal of health services research & policy 6 (3), 130-132, 2001
‘Referral into a Void': Opinions of General Practitioners and Others on Single Point of Access to Mental Health Care
R Raine, S Carter, T Sensky, N Black
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine 98 (4), 153-157, 2005
Drugs and risk: Developing a sociology of HIV risk behaviour
G Hart, S Carter
Health, medicine and society. London: Routledge, 2000
Comboting tourist sexudl exploitotion of children
J Hoose, S Clift, S Carter
Tourism and sex: Culture, commerce and coercion, 74, 2000
Thinking cities through objects
S Carter, F Dodsworth, E Ruppert, S Watson
CRESC, 2011
Digital technologies and the biomedicalisation of everyday activities: The case of walking and cycling
S Carter, J Green, E Speed
Sociology compass 12 (4), e12572, 2018
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