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Blackman, S. J. (2015) Ethnographic methods intoxication and research positionality. In: Alcohol Explorations: A Research Methods Workshop, BSA Sociology of Alcohol Study Group, 27th February, 2015, BSA Meeting Rooms, London.

Blackman, S. J. (2011) New ethnographies of intoxication. In: Workshop for Postgraduate Research Students, 15th June, 2011, University of Kent, Canterbury.

Blackman, S. J. and Doherty, L. (2015) Binge drinking Britain: changing our drinking culture. In: Government Public Knowledge Briefing: Tackling Alcohol Related Harm for a Healthier Britain, February 2015, London.

Blackman, S. J., Doherty, L. and McPherson, R. (2015) Normalisation of Hedonism? Challenging convergence culture through ethnographic studies of alcohol consumption on young adults - a feminist exploration. In: Staddon, P., ed. Women and alcohol: social perspectives. Bristol: Policy Press. pp. 45-64 ISBN 978 1447318897

Blackman, S. J. and McPherson, R. (2011) Beyond laughing! A critical challenge to the notion of 'binge drinking' among young people? In: Media Symposium, 27th May, 2011, University of Winchester.

Butler, A.M. and McPherson, R. (2016) Walking in the Canterbury night-time economy: drinking destination or destination drinking? In: Drinking Space and Places, 23 April 2016, University of Bristol.

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Cairns, J. and Nicholls, J. (2017) Public involvement in alcohol research. Project Report. UK: Alcohol Research UK.

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Keval, H. and Morjaria-Keval, A. (2015) Reconstructing Sikh spirituality in recovery from alcohol addiction. In: Recovery from Addiction Conference - CSARS: Chester Studies of Addiction, Recovery and Spirituality Group, 2-3 Nov 2015, Chester University.

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Morjaria-Keval, A. and Keval, H. (2015) Reconstructing Sikh spirituality in recovery from alcohol addiction. Religions, 6 (1). pp. 122-138. ISSN 2077-1444.

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