|Место работы||University of Manchester / Lecturer|
Paula Black has several areas of interest, all of which overlap to some extent. In all of her research she has been concerned with gender and with social class and these issues are a unifying theme to the work she does. Paula also predominantly works with qualitative methodologies.
Black P (2002) 'Ordinary People Come Through Here': Locating the Beauty Salon in Women's Lives, Feminist Review, 71:2-17.
Sharma, U and Black, P (2001) Look Good Feel Better: Beauty Therapy as Emotional Labour, Sociology, 35 (4): 913-931.
Black P (2001) Walking on the Beaches Looking at the..... Bodies, in Backett-Milburn, K and McKie, L (eds.) Constructing Gendered Bodies, Palgrave, Basingstoke.
Black, P and Sharma, U (2001) Men are Real, Women are 'Made Up': Beauty Therapy and the Construction of Femininity, Sociological Review, 49: , 100-116.
Black P (2000) Why Sex and Travel? An Overview, in Carter S and Clift S (eds.) Tourism and Sex: Culture, Commerce and Coercion, Cutting Edge of Tourism Series, Cassell, London.
Weber W and Black P (2000) Muscular Anschluss: German Bodies Austrian Imitators, International Journal of the History of Sport, 16:4, 62-81.
Black P (1998) Difference, Discovery and Danger: Tourist Perceptions of Cultural Difference Within Europe, in LeSaux F and Thomas N (eds.) Unity and Difference in European Culture(s), University of Durham.
Black P (1997) The Sexual Behaviour of British Travellers/Tourists Abroad: A Qualitative and Quantitative View, in Clift S and Grabowski P (eds.) Tourism and Health: Risk, Research and Responses, Cassell, London.
Black P (1996) Sex, Class and Subjectivity: A Sociologist Re-visits the Black Country, Auto/Biography, 4:2.3, 105-110.
Black P, Clift S and Wijesurendra C (1995) Sexual Behaviour Abroad: A Study of Genito-Urinary Clinic Attenders, Travel Medicine International, Vol. 13, No 6.
Working papers and reports Sharma, S and Black, P (1999) The sociology of pampering: beauty therapy as a form of work, Centre for Social Research Working Paper, University of Derby.
Rowlingson, K, Black, P, Harrington, A and Merrin, W (1999) A balancing act: surviving the risk society, National Association of Citizens Advice Bureaux, London.
Black, P (1999) 'Day in the life of' feature, Medsoc news.