JOURNAL ARTICLES

Non Refereed (2)

2) Rich, E. (2011) London 2012 and new legacies of learning: citizen media as public pedagogy. Culture @ the Olympics. 13(5): 27-33

1) Rich, E. (2012) Beyond the slogan: there are many ways to inspire a generation. Culture @ the Olympics. 13(9): 64-68

Refereed (41)

41) Rich, E., and Miah, A., (2016) Mobile, wearable… ingestible health technologies: Towards a critical research agenda. Health Sociology Review.

40) Sandlin, J., Burdick, J., and Rich, E. (2016) Problematizing public engagement within public pedagogy research and practice. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01596306.2016.1196343

39) Silk, M., Francombe-Webb, J., Rich, E., and Merchant, S. (2015) On the transgressive possibilities of physical pedagogic practices. Qualitative Inquiry, 21(9): 798-811

38) Rich, E., De Pian, L., and Francombe-Webb, J. (2015) Physical cultures of stigmatisation: health policy and social class. Sociological Research Online, 20(2): 10. DOI: 10.5153/sro.3613

37) Miah, A., and Rich, E. (2015) Digital health: Medicine, Methods and Mobile Devices. Editorial for Salute e Soceità, the Italian Journal of Sociology of Health.

36) Rich, E., and Miah, A. (2014) Understanding digital health as public pedagogy: A critical framework. Societies, 4: 296-315.

35) Francombe-Webb, J., Rich, E., & De Pian, L. (2014) I move like you… But different: biopolitics and embodied Methodologies. Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies, 14: 483-495

34) Evans, J., Davies, B &  Rich, E. (2013) We/You can tell talk from matter: A conversation with Håkan Larsson and Mikael Quennerstedt. Sport, Education and Society, 19(5): 356-370

33) Mansfield, L., and Rich, E. (2013) Public health pedagogy, border crossings and physical activity at every size. Critical Public Health, 23(2): 356-370

32) Evans, J., Davies, B., Rich, E., De Pian, L. (2013) Understanding policy: why health education is important and why it does not appear to work. British Educational Research Journal, 39(2): 320-337

31) Rich, E., and Evans, J. (2013) Changing times, future bodies? The significance of health in young women’s imagined futures. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 21(1): 5-22

30) Wright, J., Burrows, L., and Rich, E. (2012) Health imperatives in primary schools across three countries: intersections of class, culture and subjectivity. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 33(5): 673-691

29) Rich, E. (2012) Beyond school boundaries: new health imperatives, families and schools. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 33(5): 635-654

28) Evans, J and Rich, E (2011) Body polices and body pedagogies: every child matters in totally pedagogised schools. Journal of Education Policy, 26(3): 361-379

27) Evans, J., Rich, E., De-Pian, L., and Davies, B. (2011) Health imperatives, policy and the corporeal device: schools, subjectivity and children’s health. Policy Futures in Education, 9(3) 328-340

26) Rich, E (2011) Exploring the relationship between pedagogy and physical cultural studies: the case of new health imperatives in schools. Sociology of Sport Journal, 28(1): 64-84

25) Rich, E (2011) ‘I see her being obesed!’: Public pedagogy, reality media and the obesity crisis. ‘Health’: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 15(1): 3-21

24) Rich, E. (2010) Obesity assemblages and surveillance in schools. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 23(7): 803-821

23) Rich, E., and Perhamus, L.M (2010) Health Surveillance, the body and schooling. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 23(7): 759-764

22) Rich, E (2010) Body Pedagogies, education and health. Sport, Education and Society, 15(2): 147-150

21) Evans, J., Rich, E., and Davies, B. (2009) The body made flesh: embodied learning and the corporeal device. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 30(4): 391-406

20) Rich, E., and Miah, A. (2009) prosthetic surveillance: the medical governance of healthy bodies in cyberspace, Surveillance and Society, 20, Feb 2009. (online)

19) Rich, E. and Evans, J. (2009) Now I am NO-body, see me for who I am: The paradox of performativity. Gender and Education, 21(1): 1-16

18) Evans, J., Rich, E., and Davies (2008) Health education or weight management in schools? Physical Education Matters (official journal of the AfPE), 3(1): 28-33

17) Evans, J., Rich, E., Davies, B and Allwood, R. (2008) The class and cultural functions of obesity discourse: our latter day child saving movement. International Studies in Sociology of Education, 18(2): 117-132

16) Evans, J., Rich, E., Allwood, R., and Davies, B. (2008) Body pedagogies, p/policy, health and gender. British Educational Research Journal, 34(3): 387-402

15) Rich, E., and Evans, J. (2007) Re-reading voice: Young women, anorexia and performative education. Junctures: The Journal for thematic dialogue, 9: 39 54

14) Rich, E. and Miah, A. (2006), Genetic tests for ability?: Talent identification and the value of an open future. Sport Education and Society, 1(3): 259-273.

13) Rich, E. (2006) Anorexic (dis)connection. Sociology of Health and Illness, 28(3): 284-305

12) Rich, E and Evans, J. (2005) ‘Fat ethics’ – the obesity discourse and body politics. Social Theory and Health, 3(4): 341-358

11) Evans, J., Rich, E., Allwood, R., and Davies, B. (2005) Fat fabrications. The British Journal of Teaching Physical Education, 36(4) Winter 2005: 18-21

10) Rich, E (2005) young women, life choices and feminist identities and neo-liberalism. Women’s Studies International Forum, 28(6): 495-508

9) Rich, E., and Evans, J. (2005) making sense of eating disorders in schools. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 26 (2): 247-262

8) Evans, J., Rich, E., Davies, B and Allwood, R. (2005) The embodiment of learning: what the sociology of education doesn’t say about ‘risk’ in going to school. International Studies in the Sociology of Education, 15(2): 129-149

7) Evans, J., Rich, E., and Davies, B., (2004) The emperor’s new clothes: fat, thin and overweight. the social fabrication of risk and ill-health. Journal of Teaching in Physical Education, 23(4): 372-391

6) Evans, J., Rich, E., and Holroyd, R. (2004) disordered eating and disordered schooling: what schools do to middle class girls. British Journal of Sociology of Education. 25(2): 123-142

5) Rich, E (2004) Exploring teachers’ biographies and perceptions of girls’ participation in Physical Education. European Physical Education Review, 10(2): 220-245

4) Rich, E. (2003) “The problem with girls”: liberal feminism, ‘equal opportunities’ and gender inequality in physical education. British Journal of Physical Education, 34(1): 46-49.

3) Evans, J, Evans, B, Rich, E. (2003) ‘the only problem is they will like their chips’: education and the discursive production of ill-health’. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 11(2): 215-241

2) Evans, J., Evans, B., & Rich, E. (2002). Eating disorders and comprehensive ideals. Forum for Promoting 3-19 Comprehensive Education, 44(2): 59-65.

1) Rich, E (2001) Gender positioning in teacher education in england: new rhetoric, old realities. International Studies in the Sociology Of Education, 11(2): 131-156.