Ewen Speed
Ewen Speed
Professor of Medical Sociology
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Uncovering Recovery: The Resistible Rise of Recovery and Resilience
D Harper, E Speed
Studies in Social Justice 6 (1), 9-25, 2012
Discourse analysis: Varieties and methods
J Glynos, D Howarth, A Norval, E Speed
NCRM, 2009
The Rise of Post-truth Populism in Pluralist Liberal Democracies: Challenges for Health Policy
E Speed, R Mannion
International Journal of Health Policy and Management 6 (x), 1-3, 2017
Beware zombies and unicorns: toward critical patient and public involvement in health research in a neoliberal context
M Madden, E Speed
Frontiers in Sociology 2, 262366, 2017
We really do know what you do: a comparison of reports from 11 year olds and their parents in respect of parental economic activity and occupation
P West, H Sweeting, E Speed
Sociology 35 (2), 539-559, 2001
Patients, consumers and survivors: A case study of mental health service user discourses
E Speed
Social science & medicine 62 (1), 28-38, 2006
Varieties of co-production in public services: time banks in a UK health policy context
J Glynos, E Speed
Critical Policy Studies 6 (4), 402-433, 2012
The Health and Social Care Act for England 2012: the extension of ‘new professionalism’
E Speed, J Gabe
Critical Social Policy 33 (3), 564-574, 2013
Populism and health policy: three international case studies of right‐wing populist policy frames
E Speed, R Mannion
Sociology of Health & Illness 42 (8), 1967-1981, 2020
Technology enhanced learning as transformative innovation: a note on the enduring myth of TEL
T Goodchild, E Speed
Teaching in Higher Education 24 (8), 948-963, 2019
Logics of marginalisation in health and social care reform: Integration, choice, and provider-blind provision
J Glynos, E Speed, K West
Critical Social Policy 35 (1), 45-68, 2015
Healthcare governance, professions and populism: Is there a relationship? An explorative comparison of five European countries
E Pavolini, E Kuhlmann, TI Agartan, V Burau, R Mannion, E Speed
Health Policy 122 (10), 1140-1148, 2018
Digital technologies and the biomedicalisation of everyday activities: The case of walking and cycling
S Carter, J Green, E Speed
Sociology Compass 12 (4), e12572, 2018
Society and Changing Patterns of Health and Disease
R Fitzpatrick, E Speed
Sociology as Applied to Health and Medicine 7th Edition, 3-22, 2018
Autonomy, accountability, and ambiguity in arm’s-length meta-governance: the case of NHS England
J Hammond, E Speed, P Allen, I McDermott, A Coleman, K Checkland
Public Management Review 21 (8), 1148-1169, 2019
Comparative optimism about infection and recovery from COVID‐19; Implications for adherence with lockdown advice
K Asimakopoulou, V Hoorens, E Speed, NS Coulson, D Antoniszczak, ...
Health Expectations 23 (6), 1502-1511, 2020
De-medicalizing misery II: Society, politics and the mental health industry.
E Speed, J Moncrieff, M Rapley
Palgrave Macmillan, 2014
“Because you’re worth it”: A discourse analysis of the gendered rhetoric of the ADHD woman
H Winter, J Moncrieff, E Speed
Qualitative Research in Psychology 12 (4), 415-434, 2015
Discourses of Acceptance and Resistance: Speaking Out About Psychiatry
E Speed
De-Medicalizing Misery: Psychiatry, Psychology and the Human Condition, 123-140, 2011
The anonymity paradox in patient engagement: reputation, risk and web-based public feedback
E Speed, C Davison, C Gunnell
Medical humanities 42 (2), 135-140, 2016
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