Sarah Maslen
Sarah Maslen
Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Canberra
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Telemedicine and the senses: a review
D Lupton, S Maslen
Sociology of health & illness 39 (8), 1557-1571, 2017
How women use digital technologies for health: qualitative interview and focus group study
D Lupton, S Maslen
Journal of medical Internet research 21 (1), e11481, 2019
Researching the senses as knowledge: a case study of learning to hear medically
S Maslen
The Senses and Society 10 (1), 52-70, 2015
Knowing stories that matter: learning for effective safety decision-making
J Hayes, S Maslen
Journal of Risk Research 18 (6), 714-726, 2015
The more-than-human sensorium: sensory engagements with digital self-tracking technologies
D Lupton, S Maslen
The Senses and Society 13 (2), 190-202, 2018
Risky rewards: How company bonuses affect safety
A Hopkins, S Maslen
Ashgate, 2015
Do incentives work? A qualitative study of managers’ motivations in hazardous industries
S Maslen, A Hopkins
Safety science 70, 419-428, 2014
Learning to prevent disaster: An investigation into methods for building safety knowledge among new engineers to the Australian gas pipeline industry
S Maslen
Safety Science 64, 82-89, 2014
Sensory work of diagnosis: a crisis of legitimacy
S Maslen
The Senses and Society 11 (2), 158-176, 2016
Layers of sense: the sensory work of diagnostic sensemaking in digital health
S Maslen
Digital Health 3, 1-9, 2017
Preventing black swans: Incident reporting systems as collective knowledge management
S Maslen, J Hayes
Journal of Risk Research 19 (10), 1246-1260, 2016
“You can explore it more online”: a qualitative study on Australian women’s use of online health and medical information
S Maslen, D Lupton
BMC health services research 18 (1), 1-10, 2018
‘Keeping It Real’: Women's enactments of lay health knowledges and expertise on Facebook
S Maslen, D Lupton
Sociology of health & illness 41 (8), 1637-1651, 2019
Putting "Justice" in Recovery Capital: Yarning About Hopes and Futures with Young People in Detention
SL Hamilton, S Maslen, D Best, J Freeman, M O'Donnell, T Reibel, ...
International Journal for Crime, Justice & Social Democracy 9 (2), 2020
Organisational factors for learning in the Australian gas pipeline industry
S Maslen
Journal of Risk Research 18 (7), 896-909, 2015
Disability “in-justice”: The benefits and challenges of “yarning” with young people undergoing diagnostic assessment for fetal alcohol spectrum disorder in a youth detention center
S Hamilton, T Reibel, S Maslen, R Watkins, F Jacinta, H Passmore, ...
Qualitative Health Research 30 (2), 314-327, 2020
Enacting chronic illness with and through digital media: a feminist new materialist approach
S Maslen, D Lupton
Information, Communication & Society 23 (11), 1640-1654, 2020
Experts under the microscope: the Wivenhoe Dam case
S Maslen, J Hayes
Environment Systems and Decisions 34 (2), 183-193, 2014
‘That thing in his head’: Aboriginal and non‐Aboriginal Australian caregiver responses to neurodevelopmental disability diagnoses
SL Hamilton, S Maslen, R Watkins, K Conigrave, J Freeman, M O’Donnell, ...
Sociology of Health & Illness 42 (7), 1581-1596, 2020
Safety framing and compliance in relation to standards: Experience from the Australian gas pipeline industry
S Maslen, H Ransan-Cooper
Safety Science 94, 52-60, 2017
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