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Lowe, Pamela and Brady, Geraldine (2019). ‘Go on, Go on, Go on’: Sexual Consent, Child Sexual Exploitation and Cups of Tea. Children and Society , (In Press)

Lowe, Pam (2019). (Re)imagining the ‘backstreet’:Anti-abortion campaigning against decriminalisation in the UK. Sociological research online, 24 (2), pp. 203-218.

Jones, Demelza, Lowe, Pamela and West, Karen (2019). Austerity in a disadvantaged West Midlands neighbourhood: Everyday experiences of families and family support professionals. Critical Social Policy ,

Lowe, Pam and Hayes, Graeme A (2019). Anti-Abortion Clinic Activism, Civil Inattention, and the Problem of Gendered Harassment. Sociology, 53 (2), pp. 330-346.

Lowe, Pamela and Page, Sarah-Jane (2018). 'On the Wet Side of the Womb’:The construction of mothers in anti-abortion activism in England and Wales. European Journal of Women's Studies ,

Brady, Geraldine, Lowe, Pam, Brown, Geraldine, Osmond, Jane and Newman, Michelle (2017). ‘All in all it is just a judgement call’:issues surrounding sexual consent in young people’s heterosexual encounters. Journal of Youth Studies, in pre ,

Lowe, Pam, Lee, Ellie and Macvarish, Jan (2015). Biologising parenting:neuroscience discourse, English social and public health policy and understandings of the child. Sociology of health and illness, 37 (2), pp. 198-211.

Brady, Geraldine, Lowe, Pam and Olin Lauritzen, Sonja (2015). Connecting a sociology of childhood perspective with the study of child health, illness and wellbeing:introduction. Sociology of health and illness, 37 (2), pp. 173-183.

Lowe, Pam, Lee, Ellie and Macvarish, Jan (2015). Growing better brains? Pregnancy and neuroscience discourses in English social and welfare policies. Health, Risk and Society, 17 (1), pp. 15-29.

Lowe, Pam (2015). Lessening sensitivity:student experiences of teaching and learning sensitive issues. Teaching in Higher Education, 20 (1), pp. 119-129.

Lowe, Pam (2015). Milk for a girl and bananas for a boy:recipes and reasons for sex-preference practices in a British Internet forum. Women's Reproductive Health, 2 (2), pp. 111-123.

Lowe, Pam, Lee, Ellie and Macvarish, Jan (2015). Neuroscience and family policy:what becomes of the parent? Critical Social Policy, 35 (2), pp. 248-269.

Lowe, Pam K., Powell, John, Griffiths, Frances, Thorogood, Margaret and Locock, Louise (2009). "Making it all normal": the role of the Internet in problematic pregnancy. Qualitative Health Research, 19 (10), pp. 1476-1484.

Lowe, Pam K., Sidhu, Rashbinder and Griffiths, Frances (2007). I got pregnant, I was so like ... crying inside...: experiences of women of Pakistani ancestry seeking contraception in the UK. Diversity in Health and Social Care, 4 (1), pp. 69-76.

Griffths, Frances, Lindemeyer, Antje, Powell, John, Lowe, Pam K. and Thorogood, Margaret (2006). Why are health care interventions delivered over the internet? A systematic review of the published literature. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 8 (2),

Lowe, Pam K. (2005). Embodied expertise: women's perceptions of the contraception consultation. Health, 9 (3), pp. 361-368.

Book Section

Hayes, Sarah, Lowe, Pam K., Gruszczynska, Anna and Marsh, Darren (2010). Motivations to deposit:two approaches to Open Educational Resources (OER) within Languages and Social Sciences (LSS) at Aston University. IN: University information systems. Rudak, Leszek (ed.) Poland: Difin.

Book

Lowe, Pam, Jones, Demelza, West, Karen and Fuller, Crispian (2014). Experiences of families living in Kingshurst, North Solihull. Aston University.

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