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PUBLICATIONS

Recent publications…

 

BOOKS

Qualitative Methods in Psychology (Second Revised Edition)

2011, Peter Banister, Geoff Bunn, Erica Burman, John Daniels, Paul Duckett, Dan Goodley, Rebecca Lawthom, Ian Parker, Katherine Runswick-Cole, Judith Sixsmith, Sophie Smailes, Carol Tindall and Pauline Whelan, Buckingham, Open University Press. ISBN: 9780335243051

 

 

Gender and Migration: Feminist Interventions

2010, Ingrid Palmary, Erica Burman, Khatidja Chantler and Peace Kiguwa, London, Zed Books. ISBN: 978-1848134119

 

 

 

Developments: Child, Image, Nation

2008, Erica Burman, London: Routledge. ISBN-10: 0415377927 / ISBN-13: 978-0415377928

 

 

 

Deconstructing Developmental Psychology 2nd Revised Edition

2008, Erica Burman, London: Routledge. ISBN-10: 0415395623 / ISBN-13: 978-0415395625

 

 

 

Critical Psychology

2004, Hook, D. (ed.), with Mkhize, N. Kiguwa, P. and Collins, A. (section eds) and Burman, E. and Parker, I. (consulting eds) Cape Town: UCT Press. ISBN: 1-91971-388-3

 

 

 

 

Domestic Violence and Minoritization: Supporting Women to Independence

2002, Batsleer, J., Burman, E., Chantler, K., McIntosh, H. S., Pantling, K., Smailes, S. and Warner, S., Manchester: Women’s Studies Research Centre, Manchester Metropolitan University. ISBN: 0-9541550-1-7

2008 Women Asylum Seekers Project report 

 

Attempted Suicide and Self-harm (South Asian Women)

2001, Chantler, K., Burman, E. Batsleer, J. and Bashir, C. Manchester: Women’s Studies Research Centre, MMU. ISBN: 0-9541550-0-9
Available to download here

 

 

Deconstructing Feminist Psychology

1998, Erica Burman (ed.), London: Sage. ISBN: 0-8039-7640-2 pbk. 0-8039-7639-9 hbk

 

 

 

Culture, Power and Difference: Discourse Analysis in South Africa

1997, Ann Levett, Amanda Kottler, Erica Burman & Ian Parker (eds), London: Zed Books. ISBN: 1-85649-472-1 pbk. 1-85649-472-3 hbk

 

 

 

Psychology Discourse Practice: From Regulation to Resistance

1996, Erica Burman, Gill Aitken, Pam Alldred, Robin Allwood, Tom Billington, Brenda Goldberg, Angel Juan Gordo-López, Colleen Heenan, Deborah Marks & Sam Warner, London: Taylor & Francis. ISBN: 0-7484-0504-6 pbk. 0-7484-0503-8 hbk

 

 

Challenging Women: Psychology’s Exclusions, Feminist Possibilities

1995, Erica Burman, Pam Alldred, Catherine Bewley, Brenda Goldberg, Colleen Heenan, Deborah Marks, Jane Marshall, Karen Taylor, Robina Ullah & Sam Warner, Buckingham: Open University Press. ISBN: 0-335-19510-5 pbk. 0-335-19511-3 hbk

 

 

Deconstructing Developmental Psychology

1994, Erica Burman, London: Routledge. ISBN: 0-415-06438-4 pbk. 0-415-06437-6 hbk

 

 

Qualitative Methods in Psychology: A Research Guide

1994, Peter Banister, Erica Burman, Maye Taylor, Carol Tindall & Ian Parker, Buckingham: Open University Press. ISBN: 0-335-19181-9 pbk. 0-335-19182-7 hbk

 

 

 

Discourse Analytic Research: Repertoires and Readings of Texts in Action

1993, Erica Burman and Ian Parker (eds), London: Routledge

Downloadable here 

 

 

 

Feminists and Psychological Practice

1990, Erica Burman (ed.), London: Sage

Downloadable here 

 

 

 

PAPERS

2012

Burman, E. (2012) ‘Deconstructing neoliberal childhood’: towards a feminist antipsychological approach’, Childhood: A global journal of child research, 19, 4: 423-438. Issn: 0907 5682 doi: 10.1177/0907568211430767

 

Burman, E. (2012) ‘Between identification and subjectification: affective technologies of expertise and temporality in the contemporary cultural representation of gendered childhoods’, Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 20: 2: 295-317. DOI: 10.1080/14681366.2012.688767

 

Burman, E. (2012) ‘Group Acts and Missed Encounters: Lacan and Foulkes’, Lacunae vol 1(2): 23-42

 

2011

Burman, E. (2011) ‘Psychology’, in B. Somekh and C. Lewin (eds.) Theory and Methods in the Social Sciences. London: Sage.2ND Ed. Isbn: 978 1 840920 014 1; 978 1 (hbk); 84920 015 8 (pbk)

 

Burman, E. and Maclure, M. (2011) ‘Deconstruction as a method of research: stories from the field’ pp.286-294 in B. Somekh and C. Lewin (eds.) Theory and Methods in the Social Sciences. London: Sage .2nd Ed. 9781849200141; 9781849200158 (pbk)

 

Burman, E. (2011) ‘Emotions and reflexivity in feminised education research’, pp234-253 in I. Parker (ed.) Critical Psychology: Critical concepts in psychology. Vol 3 (Psychologisation and Psychological Culture). Abingdon and New York: Routledge. Isbn: 978 0 415 56862-3.

 

Burman, E. (2011) ‘The crisis in modern social psychology and how to find it’, pp.25-45 in I. Parker (ed.) Critical Psychology: Critical concepts in psychology. Vol 2 (Contradictions in psychology and elements of resistance), Abingdon and New York; Routledge. Isbn: 978 0 415 56861 6.

 

Burman, E. (2011) ‘Gender and childhood in neoliberal times: contemporary tropes of the boychild in psychological culture’, p.18-34 in Lesnik-Oberstein, K. (Ed.) Children in Culture, Revisited: further approaches to childhood2. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan isbn: 978 0 230 27554 6.

 

Burman, E. (2011) ‘Psychology, women and political practice in Britain’. In A Rutherford, R. Capdevila, V. Undurti and I Palmary (Eds) Handbook of International Feminisms: perspectives in psychology, women, culture and rights (p219-246). New York: Springer. Issn: 1574 0455; Isbn: 978 1 4419 9868 2/e-isbn: 978 1 4419 9869 9; DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4419-9869-9

 

Whelan, P. and Burman, E. (2011) ‘Problems in/of qualitative research’, pp.208-222 in P. Banister et al Qualitative Methods in Psychology: a research guide. 2nd Ed. Buckingham: Open University Press,

 

Burman, E. (2011) Commentary on ‘Susan Isaacs: her life and contribution’, Gender and Education, 23, 2: 211-215 (issn: 0954 0253)DOI: 10.1080/09541253.2011.553821

 

Burman, E. (2011) ‘On analysing in hard times’, Group Analysis, 44, 4: 466–469; DOI: 10.1177/0533316411422290

 

Burman, E. (2011) ‘Environ-mentalizing the matrix’, Group Analysis, Vol 44(4): 374–384; DOI: 10.1177/053331641141737.

 

Burman, E. and Aono, A. (2011) ‘Japanese Feminist Psychologies’, Feminism & Psychology 21(4) 496-502. doi: 10.1177/0959353511422692

 

Burman, E. (2011) ‘Desiring development? Psychoanalytic contributions to antidevelopmental psychology’ pp 1-19 iFirst article, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education DOI: 10.1080/09518398.2001.604650

 

2010

Burman, E. (2010) ‘Between justice and pathologisation: juxtapositions of epistemic and material violence in transnational migration and domestic violence research’, pp.42-60 in J. Schostak & G. Schostak (Eds.) Researching violence, democracy and the rights of people, London: Routledge

 

Burman, E. (2010) ‘Between two debts: child and international development’, pp.33-49 in N. Yelland (Ed.) Contemporary Perspectives on Early Childhood Education (Buckingham: Open University PressMcGraw Hill Education ) isbn: 13 978-0-33-523787-6 (pb); 978-0-33-523786-9 (hb); isbn-10 0335237878 (pb) 033523786X (hb)

 

Burman, E. (2010) ‘Un/thinking children in development: A contribution from northern antidevelopmental psychology’, pp9-26 in Gaile S. Cannella and Lourdes Dias Soto (Eds) Childhoods: a handbook, (Peter Lang Publishing). ISBN: 978 1 4331 0450 3.

 

Burman, E. (2010) ‘Therapy as memory-work; dilemmas of discovery, recovery and construction’, pp.196-215 in J. Haaken and P. Reavey (Eds.) Memory Matters: contexts for understanding sexual abuse recollections. London and New York: Routledge. Isbn: 978 0 415 44491 0 (hbk)

 

Burman, E. (2010) ‘Explicating the tactics of banal exclusion: a British example’ p.119-138 in Palmary, I. Burman, E., Chantler, K. and Kiguwe, P (Eds) Gender and Migration. London: Zed Press ISBN: 978 1 84813 410 2 (hb); 978 1 84813 411 9 (pb) / Issn: 1086 7155.

 

Palmary, I. Burman, E., Chantler, K. and Kiguwe, P. (2010) ‘Gender and migration: feminist interventions’, p.1-12 in Palmary, I. Burman, E., Chantler, K. and Kiguwe, P (Eds) Gender and Migration. London: Zed Press. ISBN: 978 1 84813 410 2 (hb); 978 1 84813 411 9 (pb)

 

Burman, E. and Stacey, J. (2010) ‘The child and childhood in feminist theory’, Feminist Theory, 11, 3: 227-240 (ISSN 1464 7001) DOI: 10:1177/14647001 10376288

 

2009

Burman, E. (2009) ‘Methodological approaches to the analysis of child labour’, chapter in Girl Child: Issues, Perspectives and Initiatives: ICFAI University Press (reprint of First published in: Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 7(1), Art 1,http://www.qualitative-research.net/fqs-texte/1-06/06-1-1-e.htm

 

Burman, E. (2009) ‘Resisting the de-radicalization of psychosocial analyses’, Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society, 13: 374-378.

 

Burman, E. (2009) ‘On linking Lacan and Foulkes: Commentary on Dieter Nitzgen’s “The Location of Sexuality in Group Analysis”’, Group Analysis, 42,3: 229-231. DOI:10.1177/0533316409339016

 

Kumar, M. and Burman, E. (2009) ‘Editorial: Critical/Subaltern perspectives on the UN MDGs’, Journal of Health Management, 11, 1: 1-14. DOI: 10.1177/097206340901100101.

 

Kumar, M. and Burman, E. (2009) ‘Editorial: Critical/Subaltern perspectives on the UN MDGs’, Journal of Health Management, 11, 2: 265-278. DOI: 10.1177/097206340901100201.

 

Burman, E. (2009) ‘Review of P. Clough (ed) (2008) The Affective Turn: Theorising the Social. Duke University Press’, Das Argument, 515-6 (Frankfurt: Verlag)

 

2008

Burman, E. (2008) ‘Beyond ’emotional literacy’ in feminist and educational research’, British Educational Research Journal, 32, (1), pp. 1-19.

 

Burman, E. (2008) ‘Beyond ‘Women vs. Children’ or ‘Women and Children’: Engendering Childhood and Reformulating Motherhood’, International Journal of Children’s Rights, 16, pp. 177–194.

 

Burman, E. and Chantler, K. (2008) ‘Domestic Violence and Minoritisation: legal and policy barriers facing minoritised women leaving violent relationships’, pp. 509-524 in M. Freeman (Ed.) Domestic Violence. Hampshire and Burlington: Ashgate

 

Burman, E. (2008) ‘Narratives of Challenging Research: Stirring tales of politics and practice’, in B. Harrison (Ed.) Life Story Research. London: Sage.

 

Burman, E. (2008) ‘Beyond “women vs. children” or “womenandchildren”: engendering childhood and reformulating motherhood’, International Journal of Children’s Rights, 16, 2: 177-194. issn: 0927 5568/e-Issn: 1571-8182; DOI: 10.1163/157181808X301773

 

Burman, E. (2008) ‘Beyond emotional literacy in feminist and educational research’, British Education Research Journal, (35:1): 137-156. issn: 0141-1926 (print); 14969-3518 (online); DOI: 10.1080/01411920802041848

 

Burman, E. (2008) ‘Review of I.M.Young Throwing Like a Girl and Other Essays’ Feminism & Psychology

 

Burman, E. (2008) ‘Review of Sarah Ahmed The Cultural Politics of Emotions’, Feminism & Psychology, 18, 1: 148-9.

 

2007

Burman, E. (2007) ‘Developmental Psychology’, in Willig, C. and Stainton Rogers, W. (eds) Qualitative Research in Psychology, London: Sage.

 

Burman, E. (2007) Between Orientalism and Normalization: Cross-Cultural Lessons from Japan for a Critical History of Psychology History of Psychology, 10, (2), pp. 179–198.

 

Burman, E. (2007) ‘Pedagogies and politics: shifting agendas within the gendering of childhood’, pp642-650 in Vol 3 of J. Kincheloe and R, Horn (eds.) Praeger Handbook of Education and Psychology (Isbn 0-313-33122-7) Greenwood Press.

 

Burman, E. (2007) ‘Knowing silences or the epistemology of the closet?’, Group Analysis, 40, 1: 77-83. (Newbury Park and London: Sage: Issn: 0533-3164)

 

Burman, E. (2007) ‘Between orientalism and normalisation: cross-cultural lessons from Japan for a critical history of psychology’, History of Psychology, 10, 2: 179-198. (New York: American Psychological Association)

 

Burman, E. (2007) ‘Review of The Group as Object of Desire, Morris Nitsun, (London: Routledge), Group Analysis

 

Burman, E. (2007) ‘Review of Difference and Diversity in Counselling: psychodynamic perspectives’, Psychodynamic Practice

 

2006

Burman, E. (2006) ‘Emotions and reflexivity in feminised education action research’, Educational Action Research, 14, 3, pp. 315–332.

 

Burman, E. (2006) ‘Analytic Third or Law? Reflection vs. Regulation in Psychotherapy Case Notes’, 16, (4), pp. 445–450.

 

Burman, E. (2006) ‘Engendering development: some methodological perspectives on child labour’, Forum for Qualitative Social Research, 7, 1 http://www.qualitative-research/net/fqs -texte/1-06/06-1-1-e.pdf Issn: 1438-5627.

 

Burman, E. (2006) ‘Groups, therapy and institutions: Commentary on “The leader and the group”’, European Journal of Psychotherapy and Counselling, 8, 1: 93-98.

 

Burman, E., Georgaca, E, Gordo-Lopez, A., Hodges, I. McLaughlin, T., and Parker, I. (2006) ‘Theorising Critical Psychology in Psychiatric Practice: Six Voices Interrupting Pathology’, Social Practice / Psychological Theorizing http://sppt-gulerce.boun.edu.tr/article2.aspx (accessed 20 April, 2006).

 

Burman, E. (2006) ‘States of mind’, Group Analysis, 39, 2: 199-202. (Newbury Park and London: Sage: Issn: 0533-3164)

 

Burman, E. (2006) ‘Emotions, reflexivity and feminised action research’, Educational Action Research, 14, 3: 315-332.

 

Burman, E. (2006) ‘(How) can critical psychology help feminist antiracist work?, International Journal of Critical Psychology, 18: 9-33 (London: Lawrence & Wishart) (ISSN: 1471 4167; 1-905007-48-5)

 

2005

Burman, E. (2005) ‘Engendering culture in psychology’, Theory & Psychology, 15, 4: 5 27-548.

 

Burman, E. (2005) ‘Childhood, neoliberalism and the feminisation of childhood’, Gender and Education, 17, 4: 251-267.

 

Burman, E. (2005) ‘Contemporary feminist contributions to debates on gender and sexuality: from identity to performance’, Group Analysis, 38, 1: 17-30.

 

Burman, E. and Frosh, S. (2005) ‘Editorial: Special Issue on ‘Group Analysis and Contemporary Social Theory’, Group Analysis, 38, 1 , pp. 7-15.

 

Somekh, B., Burman, E., Delamont, S., Meyer, J., Payne, M. and Thorpe, R. (2005) ‘Research communities in the social sciences’, pp. 1-14 in B. Somekh and C. Lewin (eds.) Research Methods in the Social Sciences. London: Sage. issn: 0 7619 4401 X; 07619 4402 (pbk)

 

Burman, E. and Maclure, M. (2005) ‘Deconstruction as a method of research: stories from the field’ pp282-292 in B. Somekh and C. Lewin (eds.) Research Methods in the Social Sciences. London: Sage. 0 7619 4401 X; 07619 4402 (pbk)

 

Alldred, P. and Burman, E. (2005) ‘Hearing and interpreting children’s voices: discourse analytic contributions’ p.175-198 in S. Greene and D. Hogan (eds) Researching Children’s Experience: approaches and methods. London: Sage.

 

Burman, E. (2005) ‘Discourses of the child’: pp. 26-41, in Part 7 in Volume III of C. Jencks (ed). Childhood. London and New York: Routledge. (isbn: 0-415-34024-1)

 

Burman, E. (2005) ‘Morality and the goals of development’: pp. 42-57, in Part 7 in Volume III of C. Jencks (ed). Childhood. London and New York: Routledge. (isbn: 0-415-34024-1)

 

Burman, E. and Chantler, K. (2005) ‘Domestic Violence and Minoritisation: legal and policy barriers facing minoritised women leaving violent relationships’, International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, 28, 1: 59-74. (Elsevier Publications)

 

Burman, E. (2005) ‘Contemporary feminist contributions to debates on gender and sexuality: from identity to performance’, Group Analysis, 38, 1: 17-30 (Sage: Issn: 0533-3164)

 

Burman, E. (2005) ‘Engendering culture in psychology’, Theory & Psychology, 15, 4: 527-548. (Newbury Park: Sage); issn: 0959-3543.

 

Burman, E. (2005) ‘Childhood, neoliberalism and the feminisation of childhood’, Gender and Education, 17, 4: 251-267. (London: Taylor & Francis) issn: 0954-0253; 1360-0516 online: 05/040251-17.

 

Burman, E. (2005) ‘Gender, childhood and development: new political subjectivities under neoliberalism?’, Kvinder Kon Forsking, 3: 6-18. issn: 0907-6182.

 

Burman, E. (2005) ‘Review of Postmodernism for Psychotherapists’, Del Loewenthal and Robert Snell, London and New York: Brunner-Routledge, European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling and Health

 

2004

Burman, E. and Chantler, K. (2004) ‘There’s No-Place Like Home: Emotional geographies of researching ‘race’ and refuge provision in Britain’, Gender, Place & Culture, 11, (3), pp. 375-397.
Burman, E. (2004) ‘Boundary objects and group analysis: between psychoanalysis and social theory’, Group Analysis, 37, 3: 361-379.

 

Burman. E. (2004) ‘Organising for change? Group analytic perspectives on a feminist action research project’, Group Analysis, 37, 1: 93-110.

 

Burman, E. (2004) ‘Taking women’s voices: the psychological politics of feminisation’, Psychology of Women Section Review, 6, 1: 3-21.
Burman, E., Smailes, S. and Chantler, K. (2004) ‘ “Culture” as a barrier to domestic violence services for minoritised women’, Critical Social Policy, 24, 3, pp. 358-384.

 

Burman, E. (2004) ‘Taking women’s voices: the psychological politics of feminisation’, Psychology of Women Section Review, 6, 1: 3-21. (British Psychological Society: issn: 1466-3724)

 

Burman. E. (2004) ‘Organising for change? Group analytic perspectives on a feminist action research project, Group Analysis, 37, 1: 93-110. (Sage: Issn:0533-3164)

 

Burman, E., Smailes, S. and Chantler, K. (2004) ‘“Culture” as a barrier to domestic violence services for minoritised women’, Critical Social Policy, 24, 3:358-384.(Issn: 0261-0183)

 

Pratt, R., Burman, E. and Chantler, K. (2004) ‘Towards understanding domestic violence: reflections on research and the “domestic violence and minoritisation” project’, Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 14: 33-43.

 

Gordo Lopez, A. and Burman E. (2004) ‘Emotional Capital and Information Technologies in the Changing Rhetorics around Children and Childhoods’, New Directions in Child Development, 105: 63-80 (Califorrnia: Jossey Bass, John Wiley Press. Issn: 0-7879-7779-9 pbk.)

 

Burman, E. and Chantler, K. (2004) ‘There’s “no place” like home: researching, ‘race’ and refuge provision’, Gender, Place and Culture, 11, 3: 375-397. (Oxford: Carfax.) issn: 0966-369X

 

Burman, E. (2004) ‘Boundary objects and group analysis: between psychoanalysis and social theory’, Group Analysis, 37, 3: 361-379. (Newbury Park and London: Sage: Issn: 0533-3164)

 

Burman, E. (2004) ‘Review of Race, Colour and the Processes of Racialisation: new perspectives from group analysis, psychoanalysis and sociology, Farhad Dalal’, Psychodynamic Practice, 10, 1:127-133. (Hove and New York: Brunner-Routledge: issn: 1353-3339/1470-1057 online.)

 

 

2003

Burman, E. (2003/2014) ‘Discourse Analysis Means Analysing Discourse: Some Comments on Antaki, Billig, Edwards and Potter “Discourse Analysis Means Doing Analysis: A Critique of Six Analytic Shortcomings”’, originally published in Discourse Analysis Online (link now unavailable), new link: http://www.ericaburman.com/burman2003daol.rtf

 

Burman, E. and Chantler, K. (2003) ‘Across and between: reflections on researching “race”, gender and mental health’, Feminism & Psychology , 13, (3), pp. 302-309.

 

Burman, E. (2003) ‘Childhood and contemporary political subjectivities’, pp.34-51 in S. Warner and P. Reavey (eds) Challenging the tyranny of truth: New feminist stories of child sexual abuse. London; Routledge. Isbn: 0-415-259436 (hbk); 0-415-25944-4 (pbk)

 

Burman, E. (2003) ‘Narratives of Challenging Research: stirring tales of politics and practice’, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 6.2: 101-119.(Taylor & Francis: issn: 1364-5579/1464-5300 online.)

 

Burman, E., Walker, K. and Gowrisunkur, J. (2003) ‘Sanjhe Rang: developing a community-based intercultural psychotherapy service’, Journal of Social Work Practice, 17, 1: 63-77. (Carfax: issn: 0265-0533)

 

Batsleer, J., Burman, E. and Chantler, K. (2003) ‘Responses of health and social care staff to South Asian women who attempt suicide or self harm’, Journal of Social Work Practice, 17, 1: 103-114. (Carfax: issn: 0265-0533)

 

Chantler, K., Burman, E. and Batsleer, J. (2003) ‘South Asian women: systematic inequalities in services around attempted suicide and self harm’, European Journal of Social Work, 6, 2: 34-48. (Routledge: issn: 1369-1457 print/1468-2664 online)

 

Burman, E. and Chantler, K. (2003) ‘Across and between: reflections on researching “race”, gender and mental health’, Feminism & Psychology, 13, 3: 302-309. (Sage: issn: 0959-3535)

 

Burman, E. (2003) ‘Narratives of experience and pedagogical practices’, Narrative Inquiry, 13, 2:269-286. (issn: 1053-6981) (John Benjamins Publishing – Amsterdam/Philadelphia)

 

Burman, E. (2003) ‘From difference to intersectionality: challenges and resources’, European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling and Health, 6, 2: 1-16. (Routledge: Issn: 1364-2537 print/1469-5901 online) (Taylor & Francis)

 

2002

Burman, E. (2002) ‘Gender, sexuality and power in groups’, Group Analysis , 35, (4), pp. 540-559.

Burman, E., Chantler, K. and Batsleer, J. (2002) ‘Service responses to South Asian women who attempt suicide or self harm: Challenges for service commissioning and delivery’, Critical Social Policy , 22, (4), pp. 641-668.

 

Burman, E. (2002) ‘Madness, memory and the market’, pp.223-234 in D. Hook and G. Eagle (eds) Psychology and Social Prejudice, University of Cape Town Press/JUTA. Isbn: 1-919 71367 0 (pbk)

 

Burman, E. (2002) ‘Therapy as memorywork: dilemmas of construction and Reconstruction’, British Journal of Psychotherapy, 18, 4:457-469. (Artesian: Issn:

 

Walker, K., Burman, E. and Gowrisunkur, J. (2002) ‘Counting black sheep: contextualising ‘race’ and gender within therapeutic process’, Psychodynamic Practice, 7, 5: 55-73; (Routledge: issn: 1353-3339/1470-1057 online.)

 

Burman, E. (2002) ‘The pernicious convergence of psychology, psychotherapy and technologies of gender’, Zeitschrift fur Padagogische Histriographie, 8 :33-5. (Verlag: Pestalozzium). Issn: 1424-845X.

 

Chew-Graham, C., Bashir, C., Chantler, K. , Burman, E. and Batsleer, J.(2002) ‘South Asian Women, Psychological distress and self-harm: lessons for primary care workers’, Health and Social Care in the Community, 10, 5: 339-347 (Issn: 0966 0410)

 

Gowrisunkur, J., Burman, E. and Walker, K. (2002) ‘Working in the Mother-tongue: first language provision and cultural matching in inter-cultural therapy’, British Journal of Psychotherapy, 19, 1: 45-58. (Artesian: Issn: 0265-9883)

 

Burman, E., Chantler, K. and Batsleer, J. (2002) ‘Service responses to South Asian women who attempt suicide or self-harm’, Critical Social Policy, 22, 4: 641-669. (Issn: 0261-0183)

 

Burman, E. (2002) ‘Gender, sexuality and power in groups’, Group Analysis, 35, 4: 540-559. (Sage: Issn: 0533-3164)

 

Burman, E. (2002) ‘Madres Cuidadosamente Observadas’. Cuardenos de Psicologia Social, 1:.207-218 Santiago de Chile: Universidad Arcis. Issn: 0717 9353.

 

2001

Burman, E. (2001) ‘Minding the Gap: positivism, psychology and the politics of qualitative research’, pp. 259-275 in D.Tolman and M. Brydon-Miller (eds) From Subjects to Subjectivities: a Handbook of Interpretive and Participatory Methods, New York and London: New York University Press (isbn: 0 8147 8258 2; 08147 82590).

 

Burman, E. (2001) ‘Vems konstruktion? Synpunkter ur ett feministiskt perspektiv’, pp.213-233 in D. Nightingale och J. Crombie (red.) Social-Konstruktionistisk Psykologi, , Lund: Studentlitteratur. Isbn: 91-44-01587-9 (pbk)

 

Burman, E. (2001) ‘Fictioning authority’, Psychodynamic Counselling, 7, 2: 187-205. (Routledge: issn: 1353-3339; 1470 1057 (online))

 

Burman, E. (2001) ‘Beyond the Baby and the Bathwater: post-dualist developmental psychology’, European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 9,1: 5-22. Amber publishing. (issn: 1350-293x)

 

Burman, E. (2001) ‘Engendering authority in the group’, Psychodynamic Counselling, 7, 3: 347-369. (Routledge: issn: 1353-3339; 1470 1057 (online))

 

Bondi, L. and Burman, E. (2001) ‘Women and mental health: a feminist review’, Feminist Review, 68: 6-33. issn: 0415-14562-7.

 

Burman, E. (2001) ‘Emotions in the classroom: and the institutional politics of knowledge’, Psychoanalytic Studies, 3, ¾: 313-324. (Carfax: issn: 1460-8952/1470-1049 online).

 

Burman, E. (2001/2) ‘The Delayed Memory Debate: Feminist Responses’, Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology, 8, 1: 21-32. (Montpelier, Vt: Johns Hopkins University Press) issn: 1071-6076)

 

Burman, E. (2001/2) ‘Remembering feminisms: a response to the Commentary’, Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology, 8, 1: 39-40. (Montpelier, t: Johns Hopkins University Press) (issn: 1071-6076)

 

Burman, E (2001) ‘Book review: A Feminist Clinician’s Guide to the False Memory Debate’ (eds Susan Contratto and M, Janice Gutfreund), Journal of Gender Studies, 10, 2:227-8 (issn: 0958-9236; 1465 3869 online)

 

2000

Burman, E. (2000) ‘Method, Measurement, and Madness’, pp.49-78 in L.Holzman and J. Morss (eds) Postmodern Psychologies, Societal Practices and Political Life, New York and London: Routledge. (isbn: 0 415 92555x; 0 415 92556 8)

 

Burman, E. (2000) ‘Motherhood’ (p.350-2) and ‘Child Labour, feminist critique of’ (p.82) in L. Code (ed) Encyclopedia of Feminist Theories. New York/London: Routledge isbn: 0-415-13274-6 (hbk)

 

Spandler, H., Burman, E., Goldberg, B., Margison, F. and Amos, T. (2000) ‘“A double-edged sword”: understanding gifts in psychotherapy’, European Journal of Psychotherapy, Health and Counselling, 3, 1: 77-101 (Routledge: issn: 1364 2537/1469 5901).

 

Batsleer, J. and Burman, E. (2000) ‘Editors’ introduction’, Community, Work and Family, 3, 3:229-231 (Carfax: issn: 1366-8809) (To Special Issue on ‘Communities of Difference’)

 

1999

Burman, E. (1999) ‘Whose construction? Pointers from a feminist perspective’, pp. 169-183 in D. Nightingale and J. Crombie (eds) Reconstructing Social Constructionism: a critical analysis of theory and practice, Buckingham: Open University Press. (isbn: 0335 20192x; 0335 201938)

 

Burman, E. (1999) ‘The child and the cyborg: metaphors of abjection and subjection’, in A. Gordo Lopez and I. Parker (eds) Cyberpsychology, London: Macmillan. (isbn: 0 333 7357 5; 0 333 73577 3).

 

Aitken, G. and Burman, E.. (1999) ‘Keeping and crossing professional and racialized boundaries: implications for feminist practice’ pp 275-305 in E. Kimmel and M. Crawford (eds.) Innovations in Feminist Psychological Research. Cambridge/New York/Melbourne: Cambridge University Press. Isbn: 0-521-78640-1.

 

Lawthom, R. and Burman, E. (1999) ‘Tensions and possibilities of feminist authority in post-compulsory education’, Educational and Child Psychology, 16, 2: 35-48. (issn: 0267 1611.)

 

Burman, E. (1999) ‘Appealing and Appalling Children’, Psychoanalytic Studies, 1, 3:285-302. (Carfax: Issn: 1460-8952)

 

Burman, E. (1999) ‘Rhetorics of psychological development; from complicity to resistance’, Interacoes, IV, 8: 11-24. (Sao Paulo, Brazil: Issn: 1413-2907)

 

Burman, E. (1999) ‘Planning Nurturance and Co-operation’, review of P. Marris (1996) The Politics of Uncertainty’, Theory & Psychology, 9, 2: 277-279. (Newbury Park: Sage), issn: 0959-3543.

 

Burman, E. (1999) ‘Review of V. Walkerdine (1997) Daddy’s Girl: Young Girls and Popular Culture’, Feminism & Psychology, 9, 2: 197-200.(London: Sage.). issn: 0959-3535.

 

Burman, E. (1999) ‘Review of C. Bollas & A. Sandelson (1996) The New Informants, Psychoanalytic Studies, 1, 1: 104-5. (Carfax: Issn: 1460-8952)

 

Burman, E. (1999) ‘Morality and goals of development’, reprinting of chapter from Deconstructing Developmental Psychology for M. Woodhead (ed) Making Sense of Social Development, London: Routledge (text for OU MA Education course ED840 Child Development in Families, Schools and Society)

 

1998

Burman, E. (1998) ‘The child, the woman and the cyborg: (im)possibilities of a feminist developmental psychology’, in C. Griffin, K. Henwood and A. Phoenix (eds), Standpoints and Differences: feminist perspectives on psychology , pp. 210-232, London: Sage.

 

Burman, E. (1998) ‘Deconstructing feminist psychology’ pp.1-29 in E. Burman (ed) Deconstructing Feminist Psychology, London: Sage.isbn: 0 8039 7639 9 (hbk); 0 8039 7640 2 (pbk).

 

Burman, E. (1998) ‘Pedagogics of post/modernity: the address to the child in Walter Benjamin and Jean-Francois Lyotard’, pp55-88 in K. Lesnik-Oberstein (ed) Children in Culture: approaches to childhood: New York/London: Macmillan. (isbn: 0333 71148 1; 0333 71149 1)

 

Burman, E. and Parker, I. (1998) ‘What is critical psychology? An interview with Erica Burman and Ian Parker’, Gecko: a journal of deconstructionist and narrative ideas in therapeutic practice, 2: 51-61 . (Adelaide, Australia. Issn: 1328-2123)

 

Burman, E. (1998) ‘Disciplinary apprentices: “qualitative research” in student psychological reports’, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 1, 1: 25-45. (London: Taylor & Francis; issn: 1364-5579)

 

Burman, E. (1998) ‘Children, False Memories and Disciplinary Alliances: tensions between developmental psychology and psychoanalysis’, Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Thought, 21, 3: 307-333. (International Universities Press, Ct, USA; issn: 0161-5289)

 

Burman, E., Gowrisunkur, J. and Sangha, K. (1998) ‘Conceptualising cultural and gendered identities in psychological therapies: models and practices’, European Journal of Psychotherapy, Health and Counselling, 1, 2: 231-256 (Routledge: ISSN: 1364 2537)

 

Burman, E (1998) ‘Review article: Jews and Gender (N. Harrowitz and B. Hyams, (eds) and Gender and Judaism (T. Rudavsky, ed)’, Feminist Review, 58: 133-7. (London: Routledge). issn: 0415-14562-7.

 

1997

Burman, E. , Levett, A., Kottler, A. and Parker, I. (1997) ‘Power and discourse: culture and power in South Africa’,, pp. 1-14 in A. Levett, A. Kottler, E. Burman and I. Parker (eds) Psychology, Culture and Power: discourse analysis in South Africa . London: Zed Books. isbn: 1 85649 471 3 (hbk) & 1 85649 472 1 (pbk); Southern Africa (co-published with University of Cape Town press): 1 919713 08 5.

 

Parker, I., Levett. A., Kottler, A. and Burman, E. (1997) ‘On discourse, power, culture and change’, pp. 198-205 in A. Levett, A. Kottler, E. Burman and I. Parker (eds) Psychology, Culture and Power: discourse analysis in South Africa. London: Zed Books. isbn: 1 85649 471 3 (hbk) & 1 85649 472 1 (pbk); Southern Africa (co-published with University of Cape Town press): 1 919713 08 5.

 

Burman, E. (1997) ‘Developmental Psychology and its Discontents’, pp.134-149 in D. Fox and I. Prilleltensky (eds) Critical Psychology: an introduction, London/New York: Sage.; isbn: 0-7619-5210-1 (hbk); 0-7619-5211-X (pbk).

 

Burman, E. (1997) ‘Differentiating and De-Developing Critical Social Psychology, pp. 229-240 in T. Ibanez and L. Iniguez (eds) Critical Social Psychology, London: Sage. isbn: 0-7619-5288-8 (hbk) & 0-7619-5289-6 (pbk)

 

Brown, L. and Burman, E. (1997) ‘Editors’ introduction: the delayed memory debate: why feminist voices matter’, Feminism & Psychology, 7, 2: 7-16. issn: 0959-3535.

 

Burman, E. (1997) ‘Psychology: market, metaphor and metamorphosis’, Culture and Psychology, 3, 2: 143-152,(Thousand Oaks, USAP. Sage; issn: 1354-067X

 

Burman, E. (1997) ‘Telling Stories: psychologists, children and the production of false memories’, Theory & Psychology, 7, 3: 291-309 (Newbury Park: Sage); issn: 0959-3543.

 

Burman, E. (1997) ‘False memories, true hopes: revenge of the postmodern on therapy’, New Formations, 30: 122-134 (London: Lawrence & Wishart) issn: 0 950 2376 (isbn: 0 8315 860 6)

 

Burman, E. (1997) ‘Beyond women and children: feminist utopian subjectivities’, Archipielago, in Second Special Issue on ‘Problemas de Genero’ [Gender Problems], 31, Winter: Madrid, Spain. (Issn: 0214 2686)

 

Burman, E. (1997) ‘Minding the Gap: positivism, psychology and qualitative research’, Journal of Social Issues, 53, 4: 785-802 (Blackwell, MA, USA: SPSSI) (issn: 0022 4537).

 

Burman, E. (1997) ‘Closely Observed Infants, Miller et al, 1989’, Changes: international journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy, 15, 4: 292-3.

 

1996

Burman, E. (1996) ‘Constructing and Deconstructing Childhood: images of children and charity appeals’, pp. 170-184 in J. Haworth (ed) Psychological Research: Innovative Methods and Strategies, London: Routledge. isbn: 0-415-11789-5 (hbk) & 0-45-11790-9 (pbk).

 

Burman, E. (1996) ‘Foreword’ to S. Beazely, C. Kagan, S. Lewis, M. Moore and J. Sixsmith (1996) Children’s Reflections on Family Life, London: Falmer Press. isbn: 0 7507 0573 (hbk); 0 7507 0574 4 (pbk).

 

Burman, E. (1996) ‘Local, Global or Globalized: child development and international child rights legislation’, Childhood: a global journal of child research, 3, 1: 45-66. (London: Sage.) issn: 0907-5682.

 

Burman, E. (1996) ‘The Crisis in Modern Social Psychology and How to Find It’, South African Journal of Psychology, 26, 3: 135-42. (Pretoria; PSYSSA) issn: 081-2463.

 

Burman, E. (1996) ‘Continuities and discontinuities in interpretive and textual approaches to developmental psychology’, Human Development, 39:330-349 (Basel: Karger); issn: 0018-716X

 

Burman, E. (1996) ‘Deconstructing Developmental Psychology: a feminist approach’, Nordisk Udkast, 2, 1: 3-18. (Copenhagen: Dansk Psykologisk Forlag); issn: 1396-3953.

 

Burman, E. (1996) ‘Review of Men, Women, Passion and Power: gender issues in psychotherapy, M. Maguire, 1995: Routledge’, Feminism & Psychology, 6, 3: 545-548. (London: Sage.) issn: 0959-3535

 

Burman, E.. (1996) ‘Review of Antisemitism, Misogyny and the Logic of Cultural Difference, N. Harrowitz, 1994’ Feminist Review, 53: 111-113 (London:Routledge.) issn: 0-415-14562-7.

 

1995

Burman, E. (1995) ‘The Abnormal Distribution of Development: child development and policies for Southern women’, Gender, Place and Culture , 2, (1), pp. 21-36.

 

Burman, E. (1995) ‘Subjectivity, and Power in Feminist Psychotherapy’, In J. Siegfried (ed.) Therapeutic and Everyday Discourse as Behavior Change: Towards a micro-analysis in psychotherapy process research, New York: Ablex, pp. 469-89.

 

Burman, E. (1995) ‘Discourses of feminist psychotherapy: identification, subjectivity and power’, in J. Siegfried (ed) Therapeutic and Everyday Discourse as Behavior Change, pp.469-490. New York: Ablex. isbn: 0-89391-873-3 & 0-89391-919-5 cl)

 

Burman, E. (1995) ‘What is it? Masculinity and femininity and the cultural representation of childhood’, in S. Wilkinson and C. Kitzinger (eds) Feminism and Discourse, pp.49-67. London: Sage. isbn: 0-8039-7801 (hbk)& 0-8039-7812-2 (pbk)

 

Burman, E. (1995) ‘The Natural Rights of the Child’, in I. Lubek, R. van Hezewijk, G. Pheterson, C., Tolman (eds) Recent Developments in Theoretical Psychology, 1083-9283; isbn; 1-8261-8810-9 (pbk) pp.88-94. New York: Springer Verlag.

 

Marks, D., Burman, E., Burman, L. and Parker, I. (1995) ‘Collaborative Research into Education Case Conferences’, Educational Psychology in Practice, 11, 1: 41-49.(London: Pitman.) issn: 0266-7363.

 

Burman, E. (1995) ‘Developing Differences: childhood and economic development’, Children & Society, 9, 3: 121-141. (London: National Children’s Bureau); issn: 0951-0605.

 

Burman, E. (1995) ‘The Spec(tac)ular Economy of Difference’, Feminism & Psychology: 5, 4: 543-546. (London: Sage); issn: 0959-3535.

 

Burman, E. (1995) ‘Children, Psychology and the New South Africa: review of Dawes and Donald (eds) (1994) Childhood and Adversity: psychological perspectives from South African research’, Psychology In Society (PinS), 19: 66-70. (Durban, South Africa) (issn: 1015-6046)

 

1994

Burman, E. (1994) ‘Poor children: charity appeals and ideologies of childhood’ , Changes: International Journal of Psychology and Psychotherapy, 12, 1 : 29-36.

 

Burman, E. (1994) ‘Identities, experience and alliances: feminist psychology and Jewish feminism’, in K.K. Bhavnani and A. Phoenix (eds) Shifting Identities, Shifting Racisms, pp.155-178. London: Sage. isbn: 0-8039-7786-7 (hbk) & 0-8039-7787-5 (pbk).

 

Burman, E. (1994) ‘Innocents Abroad: Projecting Western Fantasies of Childhood onto the Iconography of Emergencies, Disasters: Journal of Disaster Studies and Management, 18, 3: 238-253 (Oxford: Blackwell/Overseas Development Institute); issn: 0361-3666

 

Burman, E. (1994) ‘Developmental Phallacies: psychology, gender and childhood’, Agenda: a journal about women and gender, 22: 11-20. (Durban: Agenda Publications.) issn: 1013-0950

 

Burman, E. (1994) ‘Transforming Psychology in South Africa’, Feminism & Psychology, 4, 3: 479-482 (London: Sage). issn: 1014-6046.

 

1993

Burman, E. and I. Parker (1993) ‘Discourse Analysis: the turn to the text’, in E. Burman and I. Parker (eds) Discourse Analytic Research, pp.1-13. London: Routledge. isbn: 0-415-09721-5 (pbk) & 0415-09720-7 (hbk)

 

Parker, I. and Burman, E. (1993) ‘Against discursive imperialism and empiricism’, in E. Burman and I. Parker (eds) Discourse Analytic Research, pp.155-172. London: Routledge. isbn: 0-415-09721-5 (pbk) & 0415-09720-7 (hbk)

 

Burman, E. (1993) ‘Towards a non-relativist discursive psychology: subjectivity and power in developmental research’, in B. Caplan, W. Thorngate and H. Stam (eds) Recent Developments in Theoretical Psychology, pp.433-442. New York: Springer Verlag.isbn: 0-387-97963-8 & 3-540-97963-8.

 

Burman, E. (1993) ‘Review of P. Mitchell (1991) Developmental Psychology’, Feminism & Psychology: 3: 389-396. (London: Sage). issn: 0959-3535.

 

1992

Burman, E. (1992) ‘Developmental Psychology and the Postmodern Child’, in J. Doherty, E. Graham and M. Malek (eds) Postmodernism and the Social Sciences, pp.95-110. London: Macmillan. isbn: 0-333-534522 (hbk) & 0-333-5345-0 (pbk)

 

Burman, E. (1992) ‘Differing with Deconstruction: a feminist critique’, reprinted in J. Bohan (ed) Seldom Seen, Rarely Heard: women’s place in psychology, pp.443-456. Boston: Westview publications. isbn: 0-8133-1394-5 (hbk) & 08133-1395-3 (pbk)

 

Burman, E. (1992) ‘Feminism and discourse in developmental psychology: power, subjectivity and interpretation’, Feminism & Psychology: 4: 45-59 (London: Sage). issn: 0959-3535

 

Burman, E. (1992) ‘Identification and power in feminist psychotherapy: a reflexive history of a discourse analysis’, Women’s Studies International Forum, 15, 4: 487-498. (New York: Pergamon.) issn: 0277-5395

 

Burman, E. (1992) ‘Review of A. Phoenix, A. Woollett and E. Lloyd (eds) Motherhood: meanings, practices and ideologies’, Feminist Review (London: Routledge.) issn: 0-415-14562-7.

 

1991

Burman, E. (1991) ‘Power, gender and developmental psychology’, Feminism & Psychology, 1, 1: 141-153. (London: Sage); issn: 0959-3535

 

Burman, E. (1991) ‘What discourse is not’, Philosophical Psychology, 4, 3: 325-341 (Oxford: Carfax); issn: 0951-5089.

 

1990

Burman, E. (1990) ‘Differing with Deconstruction: a feminist critique’, in I. Parker and J. Shotter (eds) Deconstructing Social Psychology, London: Routledge, pp. 208-220. isbn: 0-415-01074 (pbk) & 0-415-01077-2 (hbk).

 

Burman, E. (1990) ‘Introduction’ and ‘Afterword’ to Feminists and Psychological Practice, London: Sage, pp. 1-17 and 189-194. isbn: 0-8039-8233-X (pbk) & 0-8039-8232-1 (hbk)

 

1986

Burman, E., Cohen, C. and Lawson, L. (1986) ‘’The Holocaust in history’, editorial introduction to G. Seidel, The Holocaust Denial: Antisemitism, Racism and the New Right, Leeds: Beyond The Pale. pp. viii- xxiii. isbn: 0-9509636-1-5

 

 

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