Items where Author is "Van, Loon"

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Journal article

VAN, L. and YBEMA, S., 2005. Identification in media organisations. Innovation Research (2).

VAN, L., 2004. Gezin als wapen tegen vrije seks: verrasend onderzoek naar seksueel gedrag van Nederlandse en Britse jongeren [Family as weapon against free sex: surprising research into sexual behaviour of Dutch and British youth]. Reformatorisch dagblad, p. 21.

CHAMBERS, D., TINCKNELL, E. and VAN, L., 2004. Peer regulation of teenage sexual identities. Gender and Education, 16 (3), pp. 397-415. ISSN 0954-0253

CHAMBERS, D., VAN, L. and TINCKNELL, E., 2004. Teachers' views of teenage sexual morality. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 25 (5), pp. 563-576. ISSN 0142-5692

VAN, L., TINCKNELL, E. and CHAMBERS, D., 2003. Begging for it: 'new femininities', social agency and moral discourse in contemporary teenage and mens' magazines. Feminist Media Studies, 3 (1), pp. 44-63. ISSN 1468-0777

VAN, L. and HARDILL, I., 2003. Individualization and the dual career household. Work Employment and Society.

VAN, L., 2003. Jongeren en risicogedrag in de laatmoderne samenleving [Youth and risk behaviour in late modern society]. Denkwijzer.

VAN, L., 2003. Teenage sexual risk behaviour in the UK and the Netherlands. Social Policy.

VAN, L., 2001. Review of 'Qualitative researching with text, image and sound: a practical handbook' edited by Bauer and Gaskell. Qualitative Research, 1 (3), pp. 419-422.

Authored book

VAN, L., 2007. Media technology: critical perspectives. Milton Keynes: Open University Press. ISBN 0335214479

VAN, L., 2002. Risk and technological culture: towards a sociology of virulence. London: Routledge. ISBN 0415229014

Chapter in book

VAN, L., 2007. Epidemic space. In: J. GREEN and R. LABONTE, eds., Critical perspectives in public health. London: Taylor & Francis.

HARDILL, I. and VAN, L., 2006. Individualization and 'identity-risks' in dual-career households. In: D. PERRONS, ed., Gender divisions and working time in the new economy: changing patterns of work, care and public policy in Europe and North America. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing, Inc.. ISBN 1845420209

VAN, L., 2006. McLuahn and his influences. In: D. BERRY and J. THEOBALD, eds., Radical mass media criticism: a cultural genealogy. Montreal: Black Rose Books, pp. 161-176.

VAN, L. and HARDILL, I., 2005. Individualization and the dual career household. In: D. PERRONS, C. FAGAN and L. MCDOWELL, eds., Gender divisions and working time in the new economy: changing patterns of work, care and public policy in Europe amd North America. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 162-178.

VAN, L., 2005. Risk and knowledge. In: D. ROONEY, G. HEARN and A. NINAN, eds., Handbook on the knowledge economy. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 54-66. ISBN 1843767953

VAN, L., 2002. Ulrich Beck. In: A. ELLIOT and L. RAY, eds., A dictionary of social theory. Oxford: Blackwell.

VAN, L. and ROCKWELL, H., 2001. Dissonant choreographies: performativity and method in socio-cultural research. In: S. CUNNINGHAM-BURLEY, ed., Exploring the body. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 37-54. ISBN 333775953

Conference contribution

HEMMINGWAY, E., COULDRY, N., VAN, L. and FARNSWORTH, J., 2007. The chronogram: analysing time in 'live' television reporting through actor network theory. In: British Sociological Conference, University of East London, London, 2007, London.

Journal editorship

VAN, L., 2001. Archival spaces [special issue]. UNSPECIFIED.

VAN, L., 2001. Spatial hauntings [special issue]. Thousand Oaks,CA: Sage Publications.

Research report for external body

VAN, L., 2003. Deconstructing the Dutch utopia: sex education and teenage pregnancy in the Netherlands. London: Family Education Trust.

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