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    Agar, M. (2013). The lively science: remodeling human social research. Cite
    Bacon, L., & Aphramor, L. (2011). Weight science: evaluating the evidence for a paradigm shift. Nutr J, 10(9), 2–13. Retrieved from Cite
    Bell, K. (2011). Legislating abjection? Secondhand smoke, tobacco control policy and the public’s health. Critical Public Health, 21, 49–62. Cite
    Bell, K., McCullough, L., Salmon, A., & Bell, J. (2010). ‘Every space is claimed’: smokers’ experiences of tobacco denormalisation. Sociology of Health & Illness, 32(6), 914–929. Cite
    Bell, K., Salmon, A., Bowers, M., Bell, J., & McCullough, L. (2010). Smoking, stigma and tobacco “denormalization”: Further reflections on the use of stigma as a public health tool. A commentary on Social Science & Medicine’s Stigma, Prejudice, Discrimination and Health Special Issue (67: 3). Social Science & Medicine, 70(6), 795–799. Cite
    Birn, A.-E. (2009). Making it Politic(al): closing the Gap in a Generation: Health Equity Through Action on the Social Determinants of Health. Social Medicine, 4(3), 166–182. Retrieved from Cite
    Braveman, P. (2006). Health disparities and health equity: concepts and measurement. Annual Review of Public Health, 27, 167–194. Cite
    Bunton, R., & Coveney, J. (2011). Drugs’ pleasures. Critical Public Health, 21(1), 9. Retrieved from Cite
    Bunton, R., & Wills, J. (2004). 25 years of critical public health. Critical Public Health, 14(2), 79–80. Cite
    Coveney, J., & Bunton, R. (2003). In Pursuit of the Study of Pleasure: Implications for Health Research and Practice. Health:, 7(2), 161–179. Cite
    Crawford, R. (1994). The boundaries of the self and the unhealthy other: Reflections on health, culture and AIDS. Social Science & Medicine, 38(10), 1347–1365. Cite
    Crawford, R. (2006). Health as a meaningful social practice. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 10(4), 401–420. Cite
    Crawford, R. (2006). Health as a meaningful social practice. Health:, 10(4), 401–420. Cite
    Ettorre, B. (1986). Women and drunken sociology: Developing a feminist analysis. Women’s Studies International Forum, 9(5–6), 515–520. Cite
    Ettorre, B. (1989). Women and substance use/abuse: Towards a feminist perspective or how to make dust fly. Women’s Studies International Forum, 12(6), 593–602. Cite
    Ettorre, E. (2007). Revisioning Women and Drug Use: Gender, Power and the Body (1st edition). Basingstoke England ; New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Cite
    Ford, C. L., & Airhihenbuwa, C. O. (2010). Critical Race Theory, Race Equity, and Public Health: Toward Antiracism Praxis. American Journal of Public Health, 100(S1), S30–S35. Cite
    Frohlich, K. L., Mykhalovskiy, E., Poland, B. D., Haines-Saah, R., & Johnson, J. (2012). Creating the socially marginalised youth smoker: the role of tobacco control. Sociology of Health & Illness. Cite
    Furlong, A. (Ed.). (2016). Routledge Handbook of Youth and Young Adulthood (2 edition). New York: Routledge. Cite
    Garcia, A. C., Standlee, A. I., Bechkoff, J., & Cui, Y. (2009). Ethnographic Approaches to the Internet and Computer-Mediated Communication. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 38(1), 52–84. Cite
    Gard, M. (2011). Truth, belief and the cultural politics of obesity scholarship and public health policy. Critical Public Health, 21(1), 37–48. Retrieved from Cite
    Goldberg, D. S. (2012). Social justice, health inequalities and methodological individualism in US health promotion. Public Health Ethics, 5(2), 104–115. Retrieved from Cite
    Green, J., & Labonte, R. N. (2008). Critical perspectives in public health. London; New York: Routledge. Cite
    Hankivsky, O., & Christoffersen, A. (2008). Intersectionality and the determinants of health: a Canadian perspective. Critical Public Health, 18(3), 271–283. Cite
    Hunt, G. P., Evans, K., & Kares, F. (2007). Drug use and meanings of risk and pleasure. Journal of Youth Studies, 10(1), 73–96. Retrieved from Cite
    Keane, H. (2003). Critiques of harm reduction... International Journal of Drug Policy, 14(3), 227–232. Retrieved from Cite
    Keane, H. (2002). What’s wrong with addiction? New York: New York University Press. Cite
    Labonte, R., Polanyi, M., Muhajarine, N., McIntosh, T., & Williams, A. (2005). Beyond the divides: Towards critical population health research. Critical Public Health, 15(1), 5–17. Cite
    LeBesco, K. (2011). Neoliberalism, public health, and the moral perils of fatness. Critical Public Health, 21(2), 153–164. Cite
    Lupton, D. (2013). Fat. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon; New York, NY: Routledge. Cite
    Lupton, D. (2013). Risk (2nd ed.). New York: Routledge. Retrieved from Cite
    Lupton, D. (2013). Revolting Bodies: the Pedagogy of Disgust in Public Health Campaigns. Cite
    MacLure, M., Holmes, R., Jones, L., & MacRae, C. (2010). Silence as Resistance to Analysis: Or, on Not Opening One’s Mouth Properly. Qualitative Inquiry, 16(6), 492–500. Cite
    Macnaughton, J., Carro-Ripalda, S., & Russell, A. (2012). ‘Risking enchantment’: how are we to view the smoking person? Critical Public Health, 22(4), 455–469. Cite
    Measham, F. (2002). “Doing gender”--"doing drugs": Conceptualizing the gendering of drugs cultures. Contemporary Drug Problems, 29(2), 335–373. Retrieved from Cite
    Measham, F. (2006). The new policy mix: Alcohol, harm minimisation, and determined drunkenness in contemporary society. International Journal of Drug Policy, 17(4), 258–268. Cite
    Measham, F., & Brain, K. (2005). ‘Binge’ drinking, British alcohol policy and the new culture of intoxication. Crime, Media, Culture, 1(3), 262–283. Cite
    Metzl, J. M. (2013). Structural Health and the Politics of African American Masculinity. American Journal of Men’s Health, 1557988313486512. Retrieved from Cite
    Metzl, J. M., & Kirkland, A. (2010). Against health: How health became the new morality. NYU Press. Retrieved from Cite
    Miner, M. H., Bockting, W. O., Romine, R. S., & Raman, S. (2011). Conducting Internet Research With the Transgender Population: Reaching Broad Samples and Collecting Valid Data. Social Science Computer Review. Cite
    Navarro, V. (2009). What We Mean by Social Determinants of Health. International Journal of Health Services, 39(3), 423–441. Cite
    Nelson, A. (2011). Body and soul: The Black Panther Party and the fight against medical discrimination. U of Minnesota Press. Retrieved from Cite
    Nelson, A. (2016). The Longue Durée of Black Lives Matter. American Journal of Public Health, 106(10), 1734–1737. Cite
    Phillipson, A. (n.d.). Translating critical public health. Critical Public Health, 0(0), 1–12. Cite
    Randall, V. R. (2006). Dying while black. Dayton, OH: Seven Principles Press. Cite
    Saguy, A. C. (2013). What’s wrong with fat? Cite
    Stewart, K., & Williams, M. (2005). Researching online populations: the use of online focus groups for social research. Qualitative Research, 5(4), 395–416. Cite
    Williams, D. R., & Mohammed, S. A. (2009). Discrimination and racial disparities in health: evidence and needed research. Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 32(1), 20–47. Cite

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