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  1. Understanding “corruption” in regulatory agencies: The case of food inspection in Saudi Arabia
  2. The Future as a Sociological Problem
  3. Will there ever be a new influenza pandemic and are we prepared?
  4. Why are doctors dissatisfied? The role of origin myths
  5. Healthcare workers' willingness to work during an influenza pandemic: a systematic review and meta-analysis
  6. Food safety organisations in Saudi Arabia – Organisational, historical and future analysis
  7. The SAGE Handbook of Research Management
  8. The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior and Society2014 292 Edited by William C. Cockerham, Robert Dingwall and Stella R. QuahThe Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior and SocietyMalden, MA and Oxford Wiley-Bla...
  9. Beyond ‘predict and provide’: UK transport, the growth paradigm and climate change
  10. Pharmacists
  11. Socialized Medicine
  12. Biosociety and Genetics
  13. Vital Statistics
  14. Medical Sociology and Genetics
  15. Professional Ethics and Accountability
  16. Foreword to Special Issue on Erving Goffman
  17. The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society
  18. Pandemics and Emerging Infectious Diseases
  19. Introduction: Why aSociologyof Pandemics?
  20. Introduction: why aSociologyof Pandemics?
  21. “Embedded regulation:” The migration of objects, scripts, and governance
  22. Perceptions in Litigation and Mediation: Lawyers, Defendants, Plaintiffs, and Gendered Parties. By Tamara Relis. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2009. 279 pp. $90.00 cloth.
  23. The Regulation of Nicotine in the United Kingdom: How Nicotine Gum Came to Be a Medicine, but Not a Drug
  24. Mapping the role of official bioethics advice in the governance of biotechnologies in the EU: The European Group on Ethics' Opinion on commercial cord blood banking
  25. Let’s dance: Organization studies, medical sociology and health policy
  26. Editors' Introduction: Symbolic Interaction - Serving the Whole Interactionist Family
  27. Chapter 2 Managing the Future: Models, Scenarios and the Control of Uncertainty
  28. How did we ever get into this Mess? The Rise of Ethical Regulation in the Social Sciences
  29. Preface
  30. On the remarkable persistence of asymmetry in doctor/patient interaction: A critical review
  31. The Ethical Governance of German Physicians, 1890–1939: Are There Lessons from History?
  32. Public Health Ethics and Practice
  33. Divorce mediation: should we change our mind?
  34. Book Review: SIMON HALLIDAY AND PATRICK SCHMIDT, Conducting Law and Society Research: Reflections on Methods and Practices. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2009, 304 pp., ISBN 9780521720427, £19.99 (pbk)
  35. Narrative Review of the Uk Patient Safety Research Portfolio
  36. Special Issue – Call for Papers
  38. The Moral Organization of the Professions
  39. The Need for Death
  40. The Removal Of Donor Anonymity in The UK: The Silencing Of Claims By Would-Be Parents
  41. Cambridge textbook of bioethics
  42. Peter Conrad, The Medicalization of Society: On the Transformation of Human Conditions into Treatable Disorders
  43. The ethical case against ethical regulation in humanities and social science research
  44. « Aux armes, citoyens ! »
  45. Qualitative Health Research
  46. Shaping the future of humankind: three commentaries on the ethics of enhancement
  47. Informed consent, anticipatory regulation and ethnographic practice
  48. "Turn off the oxygen …"
  49. Organizational Cultures in the Public Services
  50. The use of single-use devices in anaesthesia: balancing the risks to patient safety
  51. What is ‘social’ about social science?
  52. Comment analyser l’absence d’anticipation des risques? Le cas de la canicule de 2003 en France
  53. An exercise in fatuity: research governance and the emasculation of HSR
  54. Imperialism or encirclement?
  55. Potential Social, Ethical and Legal Issues Raised by the Development of Pharmacogenetics
  56. Biological Determinism and Its Critics
  57. Television wildlife programming as a source of popular scientific information: a case study of evolution
  58. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation in continuing care settings: time for a rethink?
  59. BOOK REVIEW FORUM:Handbook of Symbolic Interactionism
  60. Incomprehensible consent forms: Plain English is important
  63. Questions and answers
  64. Bad New, Good News: Conversational Order in Everyday Talk and Clinical SettingsBad New, Good News: Conversational Order in Everyday Talk and Clinical Settings, by MaynardDouglas W.. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2003. 327 pp. $75.00 cloth. ...
  65. Genetic and Genomic Discourses at the Dawn of the 21st Century
  66. Teleology on Television?: Implicit Models of Evolution in Broadcast Wildlife and Nature Programmes
  67. Teleology on Television?
  68. Biological Determinism and Symbolic Interaction: Hereditary Streams and Cultural Roads
  69. LSA and the "Pax Americana"
  70. The Blackwell companion to medical sociology
  71. Questions and answers
  72. Introduction
  73. What Makes Conflict Resolution Possible?
  74. The Book of Life: How the Completion of the Human Genome Project was Revealed to the Public
  75. An Introduction to the Social History of Nursing
  76. Ageing and Genetics – Partners in Care Report of a Conference for Student Nurses at The University of Salford 14th–15th March 2002
  77. Professional Occupations in the UK and Europe: Legitimation and Governmentality
  78. Divorce Lawyers at Work: Varieties of Professionalism in Practice . By Lynn  Mather, Craig A.  McEwen, and Richard J.  Maiman. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001. Pp. x+244.
  79. Lessons from brief therapy? Some interactional suggestions for family mediators
  80. A Stranger at the Table: Reflections on Law, Society, and the Higgs Boson
  81. Patients and medical power
  82. Should NHS patients be allowed to contribute extra money to their care?
  83. Research directions in genetic counselling: a review of the literature
  84. Evaluating medical information systems: ethnomethodological and interactionist approaches
  85. The implications of healthcare reforms for the profession of nursing
  86. Notes Toward an Intellectual History of Symbolic Interactionism
  87. Contemporary legends, rumours and collective behaviour: some neglected resources for medical sociology?
  88. Fictions, fantasies, and fears: The literary foundations of the cl oning debate
  89. From the new Editorial Team ...
  90. Clones and Crops: The Use of Stock Characters and Word Play in Two Debates About Bioengineering
  91. Law, Society, and the New Genetics
  92. Firm handling: the litigation strategies of defence lawyers in personal injury cases
  93. Language, Law, and Power: Ethnomethodology, Conversation Analysis, and the Politics of Law and Society Studies
  94. "Risk Society": The Cult of Theory and the Millennium?
  95. Family law, social policy and European welfare states: introduction
  96. Children and family policy in Europe
  97. Professional neutralism in family mediation
  98. Context and Method in Qualitative Research
  99. Professions and social order in a global society
  100. The Influence of Popular Cultural Imagery on Public Attitudes Towards Cloning
  101. A Model for Challenging Sociology or Just Microsociology?
  102. Gender and interaction in divorce mediation
  103. Book Reviews Death of the Guilds: Professions, States, and the Advance of Capitalism, 1930 to the Present . By Elliott A. Krause. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1996. Pp xi1305. $37.50.
  104. Argumentative Talk in Divorce Mediation Sessions
  105. Context and Method in Qualitative Research
  106. Editorial Announcement -- Change of Title of the Journal
  107. Health Professions and the State in Europe (Book).
  108. Authors' reply
  109. Family mediation researchers and practitioners in the shadow of the Green Paper: A rejoinder to Marian Roberts
  110. Mutual trust?
  111. Herbert Spencer and the Professions: Occupational Ecology Reconsidered
  112. The Social World of an English Crown Court: Witnesses and Professionals in the Crown Court Centre at Wood Green.
  113. Estimating the cost of compensating victims of medical negligence
  114. Is NHS Indemnity working and is there a better way?
  115. Who is in charge? Rhetoric and evidence in the study of mediation
  116. Does Caveat Emptor Alone Help Potential Users of Mediation?
  117. Doescaveat emptor alone help potential users of mediation?
  118. Regulating British Medicine: The General Medical Council (Book).
  119. Organizational Communication.
  120. Negligence litigation research and the practice of midwifery
  121. Policing the Family? Health Visiting and the Public Surveillance of Private Behavior
  122. Governing the family: Child care, child protection and the state by Nigel Parton, Macmillan, London, 1991, 251 pp. ISBN 0333-541219 (Hbk), £35.00; 0333-541227 (Pbk), £9.99
  123. Images of Parenthood in the United Kingdom and Japan
  124. Sir henry maine, joseph stalin and the reorganisation of the national health service
  125. Short Notices
  126. Social work ideologies in the probation service: The case of civil work
  127. American Pediatrics: The Social Dynamics of Professionalism, 1880-1980. Sydney A. Halper
  128. Erving Goffman: Exploring the Interaction Order.
  129. Book Reviews
  130. Selective Facilitation: Some Preliminary Observations on a Strategy Used by Divorce Mediators
  131. Medical Malpractice Claims in Obstetrics and Gynecology
  132. Families and The State: An Historical Perspective on the Public Regulation of Private Conduct
  133. Defence subscriptions for general practitioners.
  134. The Certification of Competence
  135. Medical malpractice in perspective. II--The implications for Britain.
  136. Medical malpractice in perspective. I--The American experience.
  137. “A respectable profession”? Sociological and economic perspectives on the regulation of professional services
  138. Book Reviews
  139. The Jasmine Beckford Affair
  140. Unhappy Families: Clinical and Research Perspectives on Family Violence.
  141. Some observations on divorce mediation in Britain and the United States
  142. Malpractice issues in childbirth 1985
  143. Book Reviews
  144. The Interactional Study of Organizations
  145. Research issues in child abuse
  147. Some legal issues in obstetric practice
  148. Childhood as a Social Problem: A Survey of the History of Legal Regulation
  149. ‘In the Beginning was the Work’ Reflections on the Genesis of Occupations
  150. Categorization in accident departments: 'good' patients, 'bad' patients and 'children.'
  151. Deciphering Sociological Research
  152. The Sociology of the Professions
  153. Introduction
  154. Professionals in Bureaucracies: Solicitors in Private Practice and Local Government
  155. Shorter Notices
  156. Child Care Law: A Personal View
  157. Community nursing and civil liberty
  158. Victims or threats? children in care proceedings
  159. Symptoms and Illness: The Cognitive Organization of Disorder
  160. Becoming Psychiatrists (Book).
  161. Ethics and Ethnography
  162. Orchestrated Encounters: An Essay in the Comparative Analysis of Speech-Exchange Systems.
  163. Sociology in the Professions (Book).
  164. Medical Anthropology in Britain
  165. Research note: thirty years on.
  166. Aspects of Illness.
  167. Social and legal perceptions of child neglect: Some preliminary considerations
  168. Deaths under 50.
  169. "Atrocity Stories" and Professional Relationships
  170. Collectivism, Regionalism and Feminism: Health Visiting and British Social Policy 1850–1975
  171. Accomplishing Profession
  172. A place to be born
  173. Nursing in contemporary society
  174. Ethnomethodology and Marxism
  175. How to Observe Face-to-Face Communication: A Sociological Introduction
  176. Correspondence: Composition and function of ethical committees.
  177. Some Sociological Aspects of ‘Nursing Research’
  178. Subculture
  179. Medical Sociology and Genetics
  180. The Ethics of Ethnography
  181. Symbolic Interactionism
  182. Introduction
  183. Scientific Misconduct as Organizational Deviance
  184. Talk and Identity in Divorce Mediation
  185. Deciphering the human genome: The semantic and ideological foundations of genetic and genomic discourse
  186. Qualitative Methods in Health Technology Assessment
  187. Health Sociology: Conflict, Competition, Cooperation
  188. Introduction
  189. Conclusion: The Qualities of Successful Research Management
  190. Cooking Up a Deal: Negotiation Recipes for Success