Kirsten Bell
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Smoking, stigma and tobacco 'denormalization': Further reflections on the use of stigma as a public health tool.
K Bell, A Salmon, M Bowers, J Bell, L McCullough
Social Science & Medicine 70 (6), 795-799, 2010
3322010
The effectiveness of NHS smoking cessation services: a systematic review
L Bauld, K Bell, L McCullough, L Richardson, L Greaves
Journal of Public Health 32 (1), 71-82, 2010
2162010
Medicine, morality and mothering: public health discourses on foetal alcohol exposure, smoking around children and childhood overnutrition
K Bell, D McNaughton, A Salmon
Critical Public Health 19 (2), 155-170, 2009
1892009
Feminism and the invisible fat man
K Bell, D McNaughton
Body & Society 13 (1), 107-131, 2007
1842007
Nicotine control: E-cigarettes, smoking and addiction
K Bell, H Keane
International Journal of Drug Policy 23 (3), 242-7, 2012
1632012
Genital cutting and Western discourses on sexuality
K Bell
Medical Anthropology Quarterly 19 (2), 125-148, 2005
1562005
‘Every space is claimed’: smokers’ experiences of tobacco denormalisation
K Bell, L McCullough, A Salmon, J Bell
Sociology of health & illness 32 (6), 914-929, 2010
1442010
Cancer Survivorship: Why Labels Matter
K Bell, S Ristovski-Slijepcevic
Journal of Clinical Oncology 31 (4), 409-411, 2013
1382013
Alcohol, tobacco, obesity and the new public health
K Bell, A Salmon, D McNaughton
Critical Public Health 21 (1), 1-8, 2011
1192011
Alcohol, Tobacco and Obesity: Morality, Mortality and the New Public Health
K Bell, D McNaughton, A Salmon
Routledge, 2011
119*2011
Resisting Commensurability: Against Informed Consent as an Anthropological Virtue
K Bell
American Anthropologist 116 (3), 511-522, 2014
1112014
All gates lead to smoking: The ‘gateway theory’, e-cigarettes and the remaking of nicotine
K Bell, H Keane
Social Science & Medicine 119, 45-52, 2014
1072014
Pain, physical dependence and pseudoaddiction: Redefining addiction for 'nice' people?
K Bell, A Salmon
International Journal of Drug Policy 20 (2), 170-178, 2009
1072009
On the perils of invoking neoliberalism in public health critique
K Bell, J Green
Critical Public Health 26 (3), 239-243, 2016
1032016
Remaking the Self: Trauma, Teachable Moments, and the Biopolitics of Cancer Survivorship
K Bell
Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry 36 (4), 584-600, 2012
942012
The breast-cancer-ization of cancer survivorship: Implications for experiences of the disease
K Bell
Social Science & Medicine 110, 56-63, 2014
912014
Cancer survivorship, mor(t)ality and lifestyle discourses on cancer prevention
K Bell
Sociology of health & illness 32 (3), 349-364, 2010
842010
Metastatic Cancer and Mothering: Being a Mother in the Face of a Contracted Future
K Bell, S Ristovski-Slijepcevic
Medical Anthropology 30 (6), 629-649, 2011
652011
'If it almost kills you that means it's working!' Cultural models of chemotherapy expressed in a cancer support group
K Bell
Social Science & Medicine 68 (1), 169-176, 2009
632009
Being 'thick' indicates you are eating, you are healthy and you have an attractive body shape: Perspectives on fatness and food choice amongst Black and White men and women in …
S Ristovski-Slijepcevic, K Bell, GE Chapman, BL Beagan
Health Sociology Review 19 (3), 317-329, 2010
612010
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