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2014

Parkin, Stephen (2014) An Applied Visual Sociology: Picturing Harm Reduction. Ashgate, Farnham, Surrey. ISBN 9781409468417 (In Press)

Parkin, Stephen (2014) Street-based Injecting Environments: the Case for Harm Reduction in Public Places. [Video]

2013

Parkin, Stephen (2013) Getting streetwise. Drink and Drug News (DDN). pp. 8-9. ISSN 1755-6236

Parkin, Stephen (2013) Habitus and Drug Using Environments: Health, Place and Lived-Experience. Ashgate Publishers. ISBN 9781409464921

2012

Parkin, Stephen (2012) Frontline: A Photo-Ethnography of Drug-Using Environments. [Show/Exhibition]

Parkin, Stephen (2012) Book review : Briggs, D. Crack Cocaine Users: High Society and Low Life in South London. Sociology of Health and Illness, 34 (5). pp. 807-808. ISSN 0141-9889

Parkin, Stephen (2012) Identifying and Predicting Drug-Related Harm with Applied Qualitative Research. In: Adult Lives: A Life Course Perspective. Policy Press, Bristol, pp. 439-448. ISBN 9781447300441

2011

Parkin, Stephen and Coomber, Ross (2011) Injecting drug user views (and experiences) of drug-related litter bins in public places: A comparative study of qualitative research findings obtained from UK settings. Health & Place, 17 (6). pp. 1218-1227. ISSN 1353-8292

Parkin, Stephen and Coomber, Ross (2011) Public injecting drug use and the social production of harmful practice in high-rise tower blocks (London, UK): A Lefebvrian analysis. Health & Place, 17 (3). pp. 717-726. ISSN 1353-8292

Pearson, Mark, Parkin, Stephen and Coomber, Ross (2011) Generalizing Applied Qualitative Research on Harm Reduction: The Example of a Public Injecting Typology. Contemporary drug problems, 38 (1). pp. 61-91. ISSN 0091-4509

2010

Parkin, Stephen and Coomber , Ross (2010) Fluorescent Blue Lights, Injecting Drug Use and Related Health Risk in Public Conveniences: Findings from a Qualitative Study of Micro-Injecting Environments. Health and Place, 16 (4). pp. 629-637. ISSN 1353-8292

Parkin, Stephen, Coomber , R and Wallace, G (2010) Going Public. Drink and Drug News. pp. 14-15. ISSN 2164-8050

2009

Parkin, Stephen and Coomber, Ross (2009) Informal ‘Sorter’ Houses: A qualitative insight of the ‘shooting gallery’ phenomenon in a UK setting. Health & Place, 15 (4). pp. 981-989. ISSN 1353-8292

Parkin, Stephen and Coomber, Ross (2009) Public injecting and symbolic violence. Addiction Research & Theory, 17 (4). pp. 390-405. ISSN 1606-6359

Parkin, Stephen and Coomber, Ross (2009) Value in the Visual: On Public Injecting, Visual Methods and their Potential for Informing Policy (and Change). Methodological Innovations Online, 4 (2). pp. 21-36. ISSN 1748-0612

2008

Parkin, Stephen (2008) Review of L.C. Rubin (2006) Psychotropic Drugs and Popular Culture. Sociology of Health and Illness, 30 (2). pp. 329-330. ISSN 0141-9889

Parkin, Stephen (2008) Visual Methods within the Addictions: the Pulp-Fictionalisation of Reality TV? In: Proceedings of the Plymouth Post-Graduate Symposium 2007. University of Plymouth., University of Plymouth., pp. 139-147. ISBN 1753-7053 (Print).

Coomber, Ross and Parkin, Stephen (2008) Drug Myths. In: The Essential Student Reader on Drugs (3rd Edition). Drugscope , London. ISBN 9781904319498

Coomber, Ross and Parkin, Stephen (2008) Drugs and the media. In: The Essential Student Reader on Drugs (3rd Edition). Drugscope, London. ISBN 9781904319498

2004

McKeganey, N.P, Neale, J, Parkin, Stephen and Mills, C (2004) Communities and Drugs: Beyond the Rhetoric of Community Action. Probation Journal, 51 (4). pp. 343-361. ISSN 0264-5505

2000

Parkin, S. and McKeganey, N.P. (2000) The Rise and Rise of Peer Education Approaches. Drugs: Education, Prevention & Policy, 7 (3). pp. 293-310. ISSN 0968-7637

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