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LIST OF WORKS USING CLARKE’S SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS
 
Adele E. Clarke
September 5, 2013
 
All of the following publications and dissertations use situational analysis and/or social worlds/arenas and positional maps. This list includes all such publications of which I am aware up to the date noted above. Please send suggestions for additions to: Adele.Clarke@ucsf.edu
Thank you! 
 
NOTE: Papers I have written myself listed on the "Methods Publications" page
 
METHODS EMPHASIS:
den Outer, Birgit, Karen Handley & Margaret Price. 2012. Situational analysis and mapping for use in education research: A reflexive methodology? Studies in Higher Education 1-18.
Fulton, John & Catherine Hayes. 2012. Situational analysis-framing approaches to interpretive inquiry in healthcare research. International Journal of Therapy and Rehabilitation 19(12):662 - 669.
Mills J, Chapman Y, Bonner A, Francis K. 2007. Grounded theory: a methodological spiral from positivism to postmodernism. Journal of Advanced Nursing 58(1):72-9. PMID: 17394618
Newbury, Janet. 2011. Situational Analysis: Centerless Systems and Human Service Practices. Child & Youth Services 32(2):88-107.
Xenitidou, Maria & Nigel Gilbert. 2009. Situational Analysis. Pp. 55-57 in Innovations in Social Sciences Research Methods. ESRC National Centre for Research Methods. University of Surry & CRESS.
 
PAPERS USING SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS METHOD
 
GENERAL/SITUATIONAL MAPS:
Andersen, Nina Blom. 2010. Situational Analysis of Crisis Communication and Warnings. International Sociological Association, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Anderson, S. & K. Whitfield. 2011. An Ecological Approach to Activity After Stroke: It Takes a Community. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 18(5):509-24.
Chen, Jia-shin. 2011. Studying up harm reduction policy: The office as an assemblage. International Journal of Drug Policy 22: 471-77.
Chen, Jia-shin. 2011. Beyond human rights and public health: Citizenship issues in harm reduction. International Journal of Drug Policy 22:184-188.

Devlieger, Patrick J., Gary L. Albrecht and Miriam Hertz. 2007. The Production of Disability Culture Among Young African-American Men. Social Science and Medicine 64:1948-1959. 

Erol, Maral. 2011. Melting bones: The social construction of postmenopausal osteoporosis in Turkey. Social Science & Medicine 73:1490-1497.
Ganchoff, Chris. 2008. Speaking for Stem Cells: Biomedical Activism and Emerging Forms of Patienthood. Advances in Medical Sociology 10: 225-245.
Harris, Genevieve. 2011. Teacher educators under surveillance at a religious university. Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice 17(5):545-558.
Isaac, Carole. 2009. Leadership Through Adaptability: The Social World of Women in Health Care. Journal of Health Organization and Management  forthcoming.
Khaw, Lyndal. 2012. Mapping the Process: An Exemplar of Using Situational Analysis in a Grounded Theory Study. Journal of Family Theory and Review 4:138-147.
Mills J, Francis K, Bonner A. 2007. Live my work: rural nurses and their multiple perspectives of self. Journal of Advanced Nursing 59(6):583-90. PMID: 17727402
Mills J, Francis K, Bonner A. 2008. Getting to know a stranger--rural nurses' experiences of mentoring: a grounded theory. International Journal of Nursing Studies 45(4):599-607. PMID: 17280671
Mills J, Francis K, Bonner A. 2007. The accidental mentor: Australian rural nurses developing supportive relationships in the workplace. Rural and Remote Health [electronic journal] http://www.rrh.org.au/articles/subviewaust.asp?ArticleID=842
Ness, Ottar & Tom Strong. 2013. Learning New Ideas and Practices Together: A Co-Operative Inquiry. Journal of Family Psychotherapy
Sen, Barbara & Hannah Spring. 2013. The Information, Knowledge and Communication Strategies of Young People with Long Term Illness.  Journal of Documentation. 69(5) Earlycite.

Strong, Tom, Joaquín Gaete, Inés N. Sametband, Jared French & Jen Eeson. 2012. Counsellors Respond to the DSM-IV-TR. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy 46(2):85–106.

Lyndon, Audrey. 2008. Social and Environmental Conditions Creating Fluctuating Agency for Safety in Two Urban Academic Birth Centers. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic and Neonatal Nursing 37(1):13-23.

Lyndon, Audrey. 2010. Skilful anticipation: maternity nurses' perspectives on maintaining safety. Quality & Safety in Health Care 19(5).  
Mathar, Tom. 2009. Body-Identity Trajectories of Preventive Selves. Pp. 171-196 in Tom Mathar and Yvonne J.F.M. Jansen (Eds.) Health Promotion and Prevention Programmes in Practice: How Patients’ Health Practices are Rationalized, Reconceptualsed and Reorganised. Bielefeld, Germany: Verlag.
Mills J, Francis K, Bonner A. 2007. Live my work: rural nurses and their multiple perspectives of self. Journal of Advanced Nursing 59(6):583-90. PMID: 17727402
Mills J, Francis K, Bonner A. 2008. Getting to know a stranger--rural nurses' experiences of mentoring: a grounded theory. International Journal of Nursing Studies 45(4):599-607. PMID: 17280671

Mills J, Francis K, Bonner A. 2007. The accidental mentor: Australian rural nurses developing supportive relationships in the workplace. Rural and Remote Health [electronic journal] http://www.rrh.org.au/articles/subviewaust.asp?ArticleID=842

Schnitzer, Gila, Loots, Gerrit, Escudero Valentin & Schechter, Isaac. 2011. Negotiating the Pathways into Care in a Globalizing World: Help-seeking Behaviour of Ultra-Orthodox Jewish Parents. International Journal of Social Psychiatry 57(2):153-165.

Strong, Tom, Joaquín Gaete, Inés N. Sametband, Jared French & Jen Eeson. 2012. Counsellors Respond to the DSM-IV-TR. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy 46(2):85–106.

 
CRITICAL SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS
French, Martin & Fiona Alice Miller. 2012. Leveraging the Living Laboratory: On the Emergence of the Entrepreneurial Hospital. Social Science & Medicine 75:717-724.
Perez, M.S., & Cannella, G.S. 2011. Using situational analysis for critical qualitative research purposes. In N.K. Denzin & M.D. Giardina (Eds.), Qualitative Inquiry and Global Crisis, pp. 97-117. Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press.
Perez, Michelle S. & Gaile S. Cannella. 2013. Situational Analysis as an Avenue for Critical Qualitative Research: Mapping Post-Katrina New Orleans. Qualitative Inquiry  forthcoming.
 
SOCIAL WORLDS/ARENAS FOCUS:
Christensen, Vivian & Monica J. Casper (2000) Hormone Mimics and Disrupted Bodies: A Social Worlds Analysis of a Scientific Controversy. Sociological Perspectives 43(4): S93-­S120.
Clarke, Adele E. and Carrie Friese. 2007. Situational Analysis: Going Beyond Traditional Grounded Theory. Pp. 694-743 in Kathy Charmaz and Anthony Bryant (Eds.) Handbook of Grounded Theory. London: Sage.
Clarke, Adele E. and Susan Leigh Star. 2007. The Social Worlds/Arenas Framework as a Theory-Methods Package. Pp. 113-137 in Michael Lynch, Olga Amsterdamska, and Ed Hackett (Eds.) Handbook of Science and Technology Studies. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
Garrety, Karin. 1997. Social Worlds, Actor-Networks and Controversy: The Case of Cholesterol, Dietary Fat and Heart Disease. Social Studies of Science 27(5):727-773.
Garrety, Karin. 1998. Science, Policy, and Controversy in the Cholesterol Arena. Symbolic Interaction 21(4):401-424.
Grace, Dan & Barbara Sen. 2013. Community Resilience and the Role of the Public Library.  Library Trends 61 (3):513-541.
Henckes, Nicolas. 2011. Reforming psychiatric institutions in the mid-twentieth century: a framework for analysis. History of Psychiatry 22:164-181.
Licqurish S, Seibold C (2011) Applying a contemporary grounded theory methodology. Nurse Researcher. 18, 4, 11-16.
Kohlen, Helen. 2009. Conflicts of Care: Hospital Ethics Committees in the USA and Germany. Frankfurt and New York: Campus Verlag. http://www.campus.de/wissenschaft/soziologie/Medizin+und+Gesundheit.40403.html/Conflicts+of+Care.85805.html
Martinez, Airin. 2012. Reconsidering acculturation in dietary change research among Latino immigrants: challenging the preconditions of US migration. Ethnicity & Health iFirst article:1-21.
Miller, Fiona A., C. Sanders, and Pascale Lehoux. 2009. Imagining value, imagining users:  Academic technology transfer for health innovation. Social Science and  Medicine 68:1481-1488.
Shostak, S.  2005.  The Emergence of Toxicogenomics: A Case Study of Molecularization.  Social Studies of Science 35(3): 367-403.
Shostak, S.  2007.  Translation at Work: Genetically Modified Mouse Models and Molecularization in the Environmental Health Sciences.  Science, Technology, and Human Values 32(3): 315-338.
Vasconcelos, Ana, Barbara Sen, Ana Rosa & David Ellis. 2012. Elaborations of Grounded Theory in Information Research: Arenas/Social Worlds Theory, Discourse and Situational Analysis. Library and Information Research 36(112):120-146.
 
POSITIONAL MAPS FOCUS:
Carder, Paula C. 2008. Managing Medication Management in Assisted Living: A Situational Analysis. Journal of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research 3:1-12.
Friese, Carrie. 2009. Models of Cloning, Models for the Zoo: Rethinking the Sociological Significance of Cloned Animals. BioSocieties (2009), 4, 367–390
Friese, Carrie. 2010. Classification Conundrums: Classifying Chimeras and Enacting Species Preservation. Theory and Society 39(2):145-172.
Washburn, Rachel. 2013.  Rethinking the disclosure debates: a situational analysis of the multiple meanings of human biomonitoring data. Critical Public Health 23(1):1-14.
 
RELATIONAL ANALYSIS FOCUS:
Kohlen, Helen. 2009. Conflicts of Care: Hospital Ethics Committees in the USA and Germany. Frankfurt and New York: Campus Verlag. http://www.campus.de/wissenschaft/soziologie/Medizin+und+Gesundheit.40403.html/Conflicts+of+Care.85805.html
 
DISCOURSE ANALYSIS FOCUS
Sanders, George. 2009. ‘Late’ Capital': Amusement and Contradiction in the Contemporary Funeral Industry. Critical Sociology 35:447-471.
 
DISSERTATIONS:
Albert, Marta K. 2011. Enhancing literacy among rural, work-oriented youth: A cultural analysis. Dissertation in Educational Psychology at SUNY Albany.
Bergeron, Carole Hersey. 2008. Nurses' Experience of Leadership in Assisted Living: A Situational Analysis. Dissertation in Leadership and Change Program, Antioch University.
Chen, Jia-Shin. 2010. Assembling Harm Reduction Policy in Taiwan. Dissertation in sociology, University of California, San Francisco.
Davidson, Peter. 2010. Space, place, and young injecting drug users in San Francisco. Dissertation in sociology, University of California, San Francisco.
Deutekom, R.J. 2007. In Dutch: Een Bewogen Begrip. Over het begrip, gebruik en de constructie van de Body Mass Index in Nederland.  Translated title: A concept in motion: About the understanding, use and construction of the Body Mass Index in the Netherlands. University of Amsterdam: Bushuis Library.
Disher, Michael P. 2013. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder in the U.S. Military Arena: Social Action in the Name of Diagnosis, Treatment and Disability Compensation. Dissertation in sociology, University of California, San Francisco.
Fosket, Jennifer Ruth. 2002. Breast Cancer Risk and the Politics of Prevention: Analysis of a Clinical Trial. Dissertation in sociology, University of California, San Francisco.
Friese, Carrie. 2007. Enacting Conservation and Biomedicine: Cloning Animals of Endangered Species in the Cultures of Late Modernity. Dissertation in sociology, University of California, San Francisco.
Harris, Gennie S. 2008. White racial identity development in transitional space: Discourse and praxis among Christian teacher educators. Dissertation at Oregon State University.
Kohlen, Helen. 2009. Conflicts of Care: Hospital Ethics Committees in the USA and Germany. Frankfurt and New York: Campus Verlag. http://www.campus.de/wissenschaft/soziologie/Medizin+und+Gesundheit.40403.html/Conflicts+of+Care.85805.html
Kreeger, Lisa Dell. 2008. Inside Outsourcing: A Grounded Theory of Relationship Formation Within a Nascent Service System. Dissertation in management at Antioch University.
Mahaffy, Samuel. 2013. Relational Presence: The Spatiality of Breakthrough Decision Making through a Relational Constructionist Lens. Tilburg University, Netherlands, in conjunction with Taos Institute. Full text at www.tilburguniversity.academia.edu/SamuelMahaffy.
Neefs, Hans. 2009. Between sin and disease. A historical-sociological study of the prevention of syphilis and AIDS in Belgium (1880-2000). In Dutch: Tussen zonde en ziekte. Een historisch-sociologische studie van de syfilis- en AIDS-preventie in België (1880-2000). Catholic University Leuven. https://lirias.kuleuven.be/handle/1979/2627
Ness, Ottar. 2011. Learning New Ideas and Practices Together: A co-operative inquiry into learning to use Johnella Bird’s relational language-making approach in couples therapy. Doctoral dissertation at Tilburg University.
Perez, Michelle. 2009. Discourses of Power Surrounding Young Children, Charter Schools, and Public Education in New Orleans Post-Katrina. Dissertation at Arizona State University, Tempe.   
Poetz, Anneliese. 2010. Risk is a Social Thing, Not Just a Mathematical Thing: A Model for the Management of Risk in Institutional Decision-Making. Ph.D. in Health/Medical Geography, McMaster University, Canada.
Sanders, Carrie B. 2007. Is Anyone There?  The Collapse of Information and Communication Technologies in the Social Worlds of Police, Fire and Emergency Medical Services.  Dissertation in sociology at McMaster University, Canada.
Waldman, D.K. 2011.  A Situational Analysis of Human Rights and Cultural Effects on Gender Justice for Girls.  Doctoral Dissertation, College of Social and Behavior Sciences, Walden University.  Ann Arbor, MI: ProQuest.
Washburn, Rachel. 2009. Measuring the ‘Pollution in People’: Biomonitoring and Constructions of Health and Environment. Dissertation in sociology, UC San Francisco.
 
BOOK REVIEWS OF SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS:
Allen, Lise M. 2010. A Critique of Four Grounded Theory Texts. Qualitative Report 15(6): 1606-1620.
Books in Brief. 2009. Review: Clarke, A. E. (2005). Situational analysis: Grounded theory after the postmodern turn. Contemporary Sociology 38(5):483.
Diaz-Bone, Rainer. 2013. Review Essay: Situational Analysis—Strauss Meets Foucault? FQS 14(1)  http://www.qualitative-research.net/index.php/fqs/article/view/1928
Graffigna G. 2009. Book Review: Situational Analysis: Grounded Theory after the Postmodern Turn. International Journal of Social Research Methodology 12(4):378-81.
Henckes, Nicolas. 2007. Adele Clarke: Situational Analysis: Grounded Theory after the Postmodern Turn. Revue Francaise de Sociologie 48 (4):807-810. [in French]
Kacperczyk, Anna. 2007. Adele Clarke: Situational Analysis: Grounded Theory after the Postmodern Turn. Przeglad Socjologiczny 56(1):267-271. [in Polish]
Martin, Vivian B. 2006. The Postmodern Turn: Shall Classic Grounded Theory Take That Detour? A Review Essay. The Grounded Theory Review 5(2-3):119-129.
Mathar, Tom (2008). Making a Mess with Situational Analysis? Review Essay: Adele Clarke (2005). Situational Analysis—Grounded Theory After the Postmodern Turn [37 paragraphs]. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 9(2), Art. 4,   http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:0114-fqs080244.
Smit, Jakobus. 2006. Review of Situational Analysis: Grounded Theory after the Postmodern Turn. Qualitative Research 6(4): 560-562.
Tejeda, Manuel J. 2007.  Book Review: Clarke, A. E. (2005). Situational analysis: Grounded theory after the postmodern turn. Organizational Research Methods 10(2): 390-392.
Wulff, Dan. 2008. Research/Therapy: A Review of Adele Clarke's Situational analysis: Grounded theory after the postmodern turn. The Weekly Qualitative Report 1(6): 31-34.
 
AWARD:
Clarke’s Situational Analysis won the 2006 Charles Horton Cooley Distinguished Book Award from the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction.
 
TRANSLATIONS:
 
Clarke, Adele E. 2012. German translation: Situationsanalyse. Grounded Theory nach dem Postmodern Turn. Hrsg. und mit einer Einleitung von Reiner Keller. Wiesbaden: VS-Verlag für Sozialwissenschaften.
Simplified Chinese translation rights purchased through Sage, 2008.
 
**There is a separate bibliography of publications by Adele Clarke on situational analysis and related methods issues. Email to request. See also www.situationalanalysis.com  and

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