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Miethe, Ingrid and Roth, Silke (eds.) (1999) Politische biografien und sozialer wandel [Political biographies and social change], Giessen, Germany, Psychosozial Verlag, 269pp.
Ernst, Waultraud and Harris, Bernard (eds.) (1999) Race, science and medicine 1700-1960, London, UK, Routledge, 312pp. (Studies in the Social History of Medicine).
Bridgen, Paul and Lewis, Jane (1999) Elderly people and the boundary between health and social care 1946-91: Whose responsibility?, London, UK, Nuffield Trust, 124pp.
Devine, Fiona and Heath, Sue (1999) Sociological research methods in context, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 240pp.
Ferree, M.M. and Roth, S. (1999) Collective identity and organizational cultures - theories of new social movements in American perspective [in German]. In, Klein, A., Leif, T. and Legrand, H.-J. (eds.) Neue Soziale Bewegungen. Impulse, Bilanzen und Perspektiven. Opladen, Germany, Westdeutscher Verlag, 131-144.
Fox, P.J., Kelly, S.E. and Tobin, S.L. (1999) Defining dementia: social and historical background of Alzheimer disease. Genetic Testing, 3, (1), 13-19.
Furr, L.A. and Kelly, S.E. (1999) The genetic knowledge index: developing a standard measure of genetic knowledge. Genetic Testing, 3, (2), 193-199.
Harris, Bernard (1999) Household, family and welfare: past, present and future. Continuity and Change, 14, (2), 267-273. (doi:10.1017/S026841609900332X).
Harris, Bernard (1999) Morbidity and mortality during the health transition: a comment on James C, Riley, 'Why sickness and death rates do not move parallel to one another over time'. Social History of Medicine, 12, (1), 125-131. (doi:10.1093/shm/12.1.125).
Harris, Bernard (1999) Pro-alienism, anti-alienism and the medical profession in late-Victorian and Edwardian Britain. In, Harris, Bernard (ed.) Race, Science and Medicine, 1700-1960. Abingdon, UK, Routledge, 189-217. (Studies in the Social History of Medicine).
Harris, Bernard (1999) The social history of health and healing. European History Quarterly, 29, (3), 419-424.
Heath, Sue (1999) Watching the backlash: problematisation of young women's academic achievement in 1990s Britain. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 20, (2), 249-266. (doi:10.1080/0159630990200205).
Heath, Sue (1999) Young adults and household formation in the 1990s. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 20, (4), 545-561.
McConnell, L.M., Koenig, B.A., Greely, H.T. and Raffin, T.A. (1999) Genetic testing and Alzheimer disease: recommendations of the Stanford program in genomics, ethics, and society. Genetic Testing, 3, (1), 3-12.
Meyer, Traute (1999) Childcare in transition: the modernisation of Conservative social policy since 1990. In, Lost, C. and Oberhuemer, P. (eds.) Children are Citizens. Baltmannsweiler, Germany, Schneider Verlag Hohengehren, 65-73.
Meyer, Traute (1999) The lady and the nuisances: Princess Diana and the politics of the British conservatives against single parents. In, Berghahn, Sabine and Koch-Baumgarten, Sigrid (eds.) Myth Diana: from the princess of Wales to the queen of hearts. Gießen, Psychosozial Verlag, 175-190.
Meyer, Traute (1999) More jobs through services? An introduction (in German). WSI-Mitteilungen, (4), 217-222.
Miethe, I. and Roth, S. (1999) Introduction. Biographical approaches and paradigms of social movement research [in German]. In, Miethe, Ingrid and Roth, Silke (eds.) Politische Biografien und sozialer Wandel. Giessen, Germany, Psychosozial, 7-24.
Prichard, J.S. and Stanton, N.A. (1999) Testing Belbin's team role theory of effective group functioning: do mixed teams perform better than shaper teams? UNSPECIFIED, Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 61-68.
Prichard, Jane S. and Stanton, Neville (1999) Testing Belbin's team role theory of effective groups. Journal of Management Development, 18, (8), 652-665. (doi:10.1108/02621719910371164).
Pringle, Rosemary (1999) Family, kith and kin. In, Caine, Barbara, Gatens, Moira, Grahame, Emma, Larbalestier, Jan, Watson, Sophie and Webby, Elizabeth (eds.) Australian Feminism: A Companion. Melbourne, Australia, Oxford University Press.
Roth, Silke (1999) Festivalization and the media: Weimar, culture city of Europe 1999. In, Fudge, Colin and Nyström, Louise (eds.) City and Culture: Urban Sustainability and Cultural Processes. Karlskrona, Sweden, Swedish Urban Environment Council, 476-485.
Roth, Silke (1999) Negotiating Weimar: the construction of German national identity through Weimar 1999. In, Third Interdisciplinery German Studies Conference, Montreal, Canada, Sep 1999.
Stanton, N.A., Connelly, V., Van Vugt, M., Prichard, J.S., Brennen, S. and Ives, C. (1999) Assessing the effects of location, media and task type on team performance. In, Harris, Don (ed.) Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics: Job design, product design and human-computer interaction. Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 69-78.
Stanton, N.A., Connelly, V., Van Vugt, M., Prichard, J.S., Brennen, S. and Ives, C. (1999) The effect of location on teamwork. In, Hanson, M.A., Lovesey, E.J. and Robertson, S.A. (eds.) Contemporary Ergonomics 1999. London, Taylor & Francis, 337-341.
Sweetman, Paul (1999) Anchoring the (Postmodern) self? Body modification; fashion and identity. Body and Society, 5, (2/3), 51-76.
Sweetman, Paul (1999) Bodies, boundaries and corporeal artefacts: some thoughts on body modification and public art. Public Art Journal, 1, (2), 30-31.
Sweetman, Paul (1999) Marked bodies, oppositional identities? Tattooing, piercing and the ambiguity of resistance. In, Roseneil, Sasha and Seymour, Julie (eds.) Practising Identities: Power and Resistance. Basingstoke, UK, Macmillan.
Sweetman, Paul (1999) Only skin deep? Tattooing, piercing and the transgressive body. In, Aaron, Michele (ed.) The Body's Perilous Pleasures: Dangerous Desires and Contemporary Culture. Edinburgh, Scotland, Edinburgh University Press, 15-30.
Ungerson, Clare (1999) Personal assistants and disabled people: an examination of a hybrid form of work and care. Work, Employment and Society, 13, (4), 583-600. (doi:10.1017/S0950017099000422).