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NERLICH, B. and JASPAL, R., 2021. Social representations of ‘social distancing’ in response to COVID-19 in the UK media. Current Sociology. ISSN 0011-3921

JASPAL, R. and NERLICH, B., 2020. HIV stigma in UK press reporting of a case of intentional HIV transmission. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine. ISSN 1363-4593

JASPAL, R. and NERLICH, B., 2020. Social representations, identity threat and coping amid COVID-19. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 12 (S1), S249-S251. ISSN 1942-9681

MCLEOD, C., NERLICH, B. and JASPAL, R., 2019. Fecal microbiota transplants: emerging social representations in the English-language print media. New Genetics and Society, 38 (3), pp. 331-351. ISSN 1463-6778

COLLINS, L.C., JASPAL, R. and NERLICH, B., 2018. Who or what has agency in the discussion of antimicrobial resistance in UK news media (2010–2015)? A transitivity analysis. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 22 (6), pp. 521-540. ISSN 1363-4593

RIBEIRO, B., HARTLEY, S., NERLICH, B. and JASPAL, R., 2018. Media coverage of the Zika crisis in Brazil: the construction of a 'war' frame that masked social and gender inequalities. Social Science & Medicine, 200, pp. 137-144. ISSN 0277-9536

JASPAL, R. and NERLICH, B., 2017. Polarised press reporting about HIV prevention: social representations of pre-exposure prophylaxis in the UK press. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 21 (5), pp. 478-497. ISSN 1363-4593

JASPAL, R., NERLICH, B. and VAN VUUREN, K., 2016. Embracing and resisting climate identities in the Australian press: sceptics, scientists and politics. Public Understanding of Science, 25 (7), pp. 807-824. ISSN 0963-6625

JASPAL, R. and NERLICH, B., 2016. A ‘morning-after’ pill for HIV? Social representations of post-exposure prophylaxis for HIV in the British print media. Health, Risk & Society, 18 (5-6), pp. 225-246. ISSN 1369-8575

JASPAL, R., NERLICH, B. and LEMAŃCYZK, S., 2014. Fracking in the Polish press: geopolitics and national identity. Energy Policy, 74, pp. 253-261. ISSN 0301-4215

JASPAL, R., TURNER, A. and NERLICH, B., 2014. Fracking on YouTube: exploring risks, benefits and human values. Environmental Values, 23 (5), pp. 501-527. ISSN 0963-2719

JASPAL, R. and NERLICH, B., 2014. Fracking in the UK press: threat dynamics in an unfolding debate. Public Understanding of Science, 23 (3), pp. 348-363. ISSN 0963-6625

JASPAL, R. and NERLICH, B., 2014. When climate science became climate politics: British media representations of climate change in 1988. Public Understanding of Science, 23 (2), pp. 122-141. ISSN 0963-6625

JASPAL, R., NERLICH, B. and CINNIRELLA, M., 2014. Human responses to climate change: social representation, identity and socio-psychological action. Environmental Communication, 8 (1), pp. 110-130. ISSN 1752-4032

NERLICH, B. and JASPAL, R., 2014. Images of extreme weather: symbolising human responses to climate change. Science as Culture, 23 (2), pp. 253-276. ISSN 0950-5431

JASPAL, R., NERLICH, B. and KOTEYKO, N., 2013. Contesting science by appealing to its norms: readers discuss climate science in the Daily Mail. Science Communication, 35 (3), pp. 383-410. ISSN 1075-5470

KOTEYKO, N., JASPAL, R. and NERLICH, B., 2013. Climate change and 'climategate' in online reader comments: a mixed methods study. The Geographical Journal, 179 (1), pp. 74-86. ISSN 0016-7398

NERLICH, B. and JASPAL, R., 2013. UK media representations of carbon capture and storage: actors, frames and metaphors. Metaphor and the Social World, 3 (1), pp. 35-53. ISSN 2210-4070

NERLICH, B. and JASPAL, R., 2012. Metaphors we die by? Geoengineering, metaphors, and the argument from catastrophe. Metaphor and Symbol, 27 (2), pp. 131-147. ISSN 1092-6488

DINGWALL, R., NERLICH, B. and HILLYARD, S., 2003. Biological determinism and symbolic interaction: hereditary streams and cultural roads. Symbolic Interaction, 26 (4), pp. 631-644.

DINGWALL, R. and NERLICH, B., 2003. Genes, instincts and social interaction. Svensk Neuropsykologi, 15 (34), pp. 16-17.

NERLICH, B., DINGWALL, R. and CLARKE, D.D., 2002. The book of life: how the human genome project was revealed to the public. Health, 6 (4), pp. 445-469.

NERLICH, B., CLARKE, D.D. and DINGWALL, R., 2000. Cloning and crops: contextual modulation of metaphor and meaning in two debates about bioengineering. Metaphor and Symbol, 15 (4), pp. 223-240.

NERLICH, B., CLARKE, D.D. and DINGWALL, R., 1999. The influence of popular cultural imagery on public attitudes towards cloning. Sociological Research Online, 4 (3).

Chapter in book

DINGWALL, R., NERLICH, B. and HILLYARD, S., 2006. Biological determinism and its critics: some lessons from history. In: G. ELLISON, ed., The nature of difference: science, society and human biology. London: Taylor & Francis, pp. 17-34.

NERLICH, B. and DINGWALL, R., 2003. Deciphering the human genome: the semantic and ideological foundations of genetic and genomic discourse. In: R. DIRVEN, R. FRANK and M. PÜTZ, eds., Cognitive models in language and thought: ideology, metaphors and meanings. Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, pp. 395-428.

Journal editorship

NERLICH, B., DINGWALL, R. and MARTIN, P., 2004. Discourse & Society [special issue on 'Human Genome Discourse']. UNSPECIFIED.

Research report for external body

O'HARA, S., HUMPHREY, M., JASPAL, R., NERLICH, B. and POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2013. Public perception of shale gas extraction in the UK: how people's views are changing. Nottiingham: University of Nottingham.

O'HARA, S., HUMPHREY, M., JASPAL, R., NERLICH, B. and POBEREZHSKAYA, M., 2012. Shale gas extraction in the UK: what the people think. University of Nottingham.

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