Chapters

  • Hopkins,A & Scambler,G (1976)  Social implications of epilepsy.  In Ed Peters,D:  ADVANCED MEDICINE. Vol.12.  London;  Pitman Medical
  • Hopkins,A & Scambler,G (1977)  How doctors ‘manage’ epilepsy.  In Ed Penry,I:  EPILEPSY: THE EIGHTH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM.  New York; Raven Press
  • Scambler,G (1982)  Illness behaviour.  In Ed Scambler,G:  SOCIOLOGY AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE.  London; Bailliere Tindall/W.B.Saunders
  • Scambler,G (1982)   Death and dying.  In Ed Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G (1982)  Deviance, labelling and stigma.  In Ed Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G & Scambler,A (1984)  The illness iceberg and aspects of consulting behaviour.  In Eds Fitzpatrick,R, Hinton,J, Newman,S, Scambler,G & Thompson,J:  THE EXPERIENCE OF ILLNESS.  London; Tavistock
  • Fitzpatrick,R & Scambler,G (1984)  Social class, ethnicity and illness.  In Eds Fitzpatrick,R et al: Ibid.
  • Scambler,G (1984)  Perceiving and coping with stigmatizing illness.  In Eds Fitzpatrick,R et al: Ibid.
  • Scambler,G (1986)  Illness behaviour.  In Eds Patrick,D & Scambler,G:  SOCIOLOGY AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE (2nd.Ed).  London; Bailliere Tindall.
  • Scambler,G (1986)  Death and dying.  In Eds Patrick,D & Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G (1986)  Deviance, labelling and stigma.  In Eds Patrick,D & Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G (1987)  Sociological aspects of epilepsy.  In Ed Hopkins,A:  EPILEPSY.  London; Chapman Hall
  • Scambler,G (1987)  Introduction.  In Ed Scambler,G:  SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY AND MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY.  London; Tavistock
  • Scambler,G (1987)  Habermas and the power of medical expertise.  In Ed Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G & Hopkins,A (1988)  Accommodating epilepsy in families.  In Eds Bury,M & Anderson,R:  LIVING WITH CHRONIC ILLNESS: THE EXPERIENCE OF PATIENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES.  London; Allen & Unwin
  • Scambler,G (1990)  Social factors and quality of life and quality of care in epilepsy.  In Ed Chadwick,D:  QUALITY OF LIFE AND QUALITY OF CARE IN EPILEPSY.  London; Royal Society of Medicine
  • Scambler,G (1991)  Stigmatizing illness.  In Ed Worsley,P:  THE NEW MODERN SOCIOLOGY READINGS.  London; Penguin
  • Scambler,G (1991)  Health and Illness behaviour.  In Ed Scambler,G:  SOCOLOGY AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE (3rd.Ed).  London; W.B.Saunders
  • Scambler,G (1991)  Death and dying.  In Ed Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G (1991)  Deviance, labelling and stigma.  In Ed Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G (1992)  Recruitment and remuneration in health care.  In Eds Beck,E, Lonsdale,S, Newman,S & Patterson,J:  IN THE BEST OF HEALTH?  THE STATUS AND FUTURE OF HEALTH CARE IN BRITAIN.  London; Chapman & Hall
  • Scambler,G & Graham-Smith,R (1992)  Female prostitution and AIDS: the realities of social exclusion.  In Eds Aggleton,P, Davies,P & Hart,G:  AIDS: RIGHTS, RISKS AND REASON.  London; Falmer Press
  • Scambler,G (1993)  Coping with epilepsy.  In Eds Laidlaw,J, Richens,A & Chadwick,D:  TEXTBOOK OF EPILEPSY. London; Churchill Livingstone
  • Fitzpatrick,R, Robinson,I & Scambler,G (1993)  Patient-based assessments of health status and outcome for some neurological disorders.  In Ed Molgard,C:  EPIDEMIOLOGY OF NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS.  Orlando; Academic Press
  • Scambler,G (1996)  Coping with chronic neurological disease.  In Ed von Fries,H:  AMBULANTE UND TEILSTATIONARE REHABILITATION VON HIRNVERLETZEN.  Munich; W.Zuckschwerdt Verlag
  • Scambler,G (1997)  Epilepsy.  In Eds Baum,A, McManus,C, Newman,S, Weinman,J & West,P:  CAMBRIDGE HANDBOOK OF PSYCHOLOGY, HEALTH AND MEDICINE.  Cambridge; Cambridge University Press
  • Scambler,G (1997)  Health and illness behaviour.  In Ed Scambler,G:  SOCIOLOGY AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE (4th.Ed).  London; W.B.Saunders
  • Scambler,G (1997)  Death, dying and bereavement.  In Ed Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G & Hillier,S (1997)  Woman as patients and providers.  In Ed Scambler,G:  Ibid
  • Scambler,G (1997)  Deviance, labelling and stigma.  In Ed Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G and Scambler,A (1997)  Rethinking prostitution: purchasing sex in the 1990s.  In Eds Scambler,G & Scambler,A:  RETHINKING PROSTITUTION: PURCHASING SEX IN THE 1990s.  London; Routledge
  • Scambler,G (1997)  Conspicuous and inconspicuous sex work: the neglect of the ordinary and mundane.  In Eds Scambler,G & Scambler,A:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G & Scambler,A (1997)  Rethinking prostitution.  In Eds Scambler,G & Scambler,A:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G & Scambler,A (1998)  Women sex workers, health promotion and HIV.  In Ed Kendall,S:  HEALTH, AND EMPOWERMENT: RESEARCH AND PRACTICE.  London; Edward Arnold
  • Scambler,G & Higgs,P (1998)  Introduction.  In Eds Scambler,G & Higgs,P:  MODERNITY, MEDICINE AND HEALTH.  London; Routledge
  • Scambler,G (1998)  Medical sociology and the project of modernity: reflections on the role of the intellectual.  In Eds Scambler,G & Higgs,P:  Ibid.
  • Higgs,P & Scambler,G (1998)  What is left of class for medical sociology?  In Eds Scambler,G & Higgs,P:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G & Scambler,A (1999)  Health issues for sex workers in a changing industry.  In Ed Daykin,N:  SOCIOLOGY OF WORK AND HEALTH.  Milton Keynes; Open University Press
  • Scambler,G (2001)  Foreward: stigma and social exclusion: narratives and agendas.  In Eds Mason,T, Carlisle,C, Watkins,C & Whitehead,E:  STIGMA AND SOCIAL EXCLUSION.  London; Routledge
  • Scambler,G (2001)  Introduction: unfolding themes of an incomplete project  In Ed Scambler,G:  HABERMAS, CRITICAL THEORY AND HEALTH.  London; Routledge
  • Scambler,G & Britten,N (2001)  System, lifeworld and doctor-patient interaction: issues of trust in a changing world.  In Ed Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G (2001)  Class, power and the durability of health inequalities.  In Ed Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G & Martin,L (2001)  Civil society, the public sphere and deliberative democracy.  In Ed Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G Scambler,S (2003)  Realist agendas on biology, health and medicine: some thoughts and reflections.  In Eds Williams,S, Bendelow,G & Birke,L:  DEBATING BIOLOGY: SOCIOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS ON HEALTH, MEDICINE AND SOCIETY.  London; Routledge
  • Scambler,G (2003)  Health and illness behaviour.  In Ed Scambler,G:  SOCIOLOGY AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE (5th.Ed).  London; W.B.Saunders
  • Scambler,G (2003)  Death, dying and bereavement.  In Ed Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G & Blane,D (2003)  Inequality and social class.  In Ed Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G (2003)  Deviance, labelling and stigma.  In Ed Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G, Ohlsson,S & Griva,N (2004)  Sport, health and identity: charting change in disorganized capitalism.  In Eds Kelleher,D & Leavey,G:  HEALTH AND IDENTITY.  London; Routledge
  • Higgs,P, Jones,I & Scambler,G (2004)  Class as variable, class as generative mechanism: the importance of critical realism for the sociology of health inequalities.  In Eds New,C & Carter,R:  MAKING REALISM WORK: REALIST SOCIAL THEORY AND EMPIRICAL RESEARCH.  London; Routledge
  • Scambler,G (2005)  Medical sociology for the twenty-first century.  In Ed Scambler,G:  MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY Vol.1.  London;  Routledge
  • Scambler,G (2006)  Illness experience.  In Ed Cockerham,W:  HEALTH AND MEDICINE, Vol.1: THE ENCYCLOPEADIA OF SOCIOLOGY.  New York; Free Press
  • Scambler,G (2006)  Critical theory and health.  In Ed Hartwig,M:  A DICTIONARY OF CRITICAL REALISM.  London; Routledge
  • Scambler,G (2006)  Disability.  In Ed Hartwig,M:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G & Nazroo,J (2006)  Values and methods in social research.  In Ed Nazroo,J:  RESEARCHING ETHNICITY AND HEALTH.  London; Taylor & Francis
  • Scambler,G (2007)  Epilepsy.  In Eds Baum,E, Newman,S, Weinman,J, West,R & McManus,C:  HANDBOOK OF PSYCHOLOGY, HEALTH AND MEDICINE. (2nd.Ed) Cambridge; Cambridge University Press   
  • Scambler,G (2007)  The global and the local in strategies against HIV/AIDS in South and South-East Asia.  In Ed Quah,S:  CRISIS PREPAREDNESS: GOVERNANCE OF EPIDEMICS IN ASIA.  San Fransisco; Walter H Sorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Centre
  • Scambler,G (2007)  Social patterning of health behaviours.  In Eds Scriven,A & Garman,S:  PUBLIC HEALTH: SOCIAL CONTEXT AND ACTION.  London; Routledge
  • Scambler,G (2007)  Death of the edge of the lifeworld: the (mis-)appropriation of post-modern death.  In Eds Johnson,M & Richards,M:  DEATH RITES AND DEATH RIGHTS.  Cambridge; Cambridge University Press
  • Scambler,G (2008)  Health and illness behaviour.  In Ed Scambler,G:  SOCIOLOGY AS APPLIED TO MEDICINE (6th.Ed).  London; W.B.Saunders
  • Scambler,G (2008)  Death, dying and bereavement.  In Ed Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G (2008)  Deviance, labelling and stigma.  In Ed Scambler,G:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G (2009)  Sociology in medical education.  In Eds Brosnan,C & Turner,B:  THE HANDBOOK OF THE SOCIOLOGY OF MEDICAL EDUCATION.  London; Routledge
  • Cockerham,W & Scambler,G (2009)  Medical sociology and sociological theory.  In Ed Cockerham,W:  Companion to Medical Sociology.  Oxford; Blackwell.
  • Scambler,G (2010)  The production, reproduction and durability of health inequalities.  In Ed Bronzini,M:  HEALTH SYSTEMS AND POLICIES TACKLING HEALTH INEQUALITIES.  Milan; Franco Angeli
  • Scambler,G & Scambler,S (2010)  Assaults on the lifeworld: the sociology of chronic and disabling conditions.  In Eds Scambler,G & Scambler,S:  NEW DIRECTIONS IN THE SOCIOLOGY OF CHRONIC AND DISABLING CONDITIONS: ASSAULTS ON THE LIFEWORLD.  London; Palgrave.
  • Scambler,G, Afentouli,P & Selai,C (2010)  Living with epilepsy: catching simultaneity in the biological, the psychological and the social.  In Eds Scambler,G & Scambler,S:  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G (2010)  Epilepsy, stigma and society.  In Eds Pinikahana,J & Walker,C:  UNDERSTANDING EPILEPSY.  New York; Nova Science Publications.
  • Scambler,G (2010)  Stigma and mental disorder.  In Eds Pilgrim,D & Rogers,A:  The SAGE Handbook of Mental Health and Illness.  London; Sage.
  • Scambler,G (2012)  Introduction: contemporary theory, medical sociology and health. In Ed Scambler,G: CONTEMPORARY THEORISTS AND MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY. London; Routledge.
  • Scambler,G (2012)  Archer, morphogenetic theory and health inequalities. Ibid.
  • Scambler,G (2013)  Social Class.  In Eds Gabe,J & Monaghan,L: CRITICAL CONCEPTS IN MEDICAL SOCIOLOGY. London; Routledge.
  • Scambler,G (2013)   Material and cultural factors.  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G (2013)  The future of Norwegian medical sociology. In Ed Tjora,A: Medical Sociology in Norway. Oslo; Universitetsforlaget.
  • Scambler,G, Scambler,S (2013) Marx, critical realism and health inequalities. In Ed Cockerham,W: HEALTH SOCIOLOGY ON THE MOVE: NEW DIRECTIONS IN THEORY. New York; Springer Press.
  • Scambler,G  (2014)  Critical theory and health.  In Ed Cockerham,W:  ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF HEALTH, ILLNESS AND SOCIETY. London; Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Scambler,G  (2014)  Critical realism and health.  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G  (2014)  Marxism and health.  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G  (2014)  Stigma.  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G (2014)  Illness experience.  Ibid.
  • Scambler,G, Scambler,S (2015) Health, illness and the body. In Ed Holborn,M: Contemporary Society. Cambridge; Polity Press.
  • Collyer,F & Scambler,G (2015) The sociology of health, illness and medicine: institutional progress and theoretical frameworks. In Ed Collyer,F: The Palgrave Handbook of Social Theory in Health, Illness and Medicine. London; Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Scambler,G (2015) Jurgen Habermas : health and healing across the lifeworld-system divide. Ibid.
  • Scambler,G (In Press) Plastic sexuality. In Eds Naples,N et al: The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopaedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies. Oxford; Wiley-Blackwell
  • Block,T, Carrigan,M & Scambler,G (In Press) Introduction. In Eds Block,T, Carrigan,M & Scambler,G : Structure, Culture and Agency: Selected Papers of Margaret Archer. London; Routledge
  • Scambler,S & Scambler,G (In Press) Illness experience. In Ed Ritzer,G & Ryan,J: Wiley Blackwell Encylopaedia of Sociology. 2nd.Edition. Oxford; Blackwell.
  • Scambler,G (In Press) Stigma, deviance and health. In Ed Scambler,G: Sociology as Applied to Health and Medicine. London; Palgrave Macmillan
  • Scambler,G (In Press) Death, dying and bereavement. In Ed Scambler,G: Ibid
  • Scambler,G (In Press) Social class and health inequalities. In Ed Scambler,G: Ibid