Complete list of my books


Deborah Lupton (2023) The Internet of Animals: Human-Animal Relations in the Digital Age. Cambridge: Polity.


Sarah Pink, Martin Berg, Deborah Lupton and Minna Ruckenstein (2022) (editors) Everyday Automation: Experiencing and Anticipating Emerging Technologies. Abingon: Routledge (open access and available for free download here)

Deborah Lupton (2022) COVID Societies: Theorising the Coronavirus Crisis. Abingdon: Routledge.

Deborah Lupton and Deana Leahy (2022) (editors) Creative Approaches to Health Education: New Ways of Thinking, Making, Doing, Teaching and Learning. Abingdon: Routledge.

Creative Approaches to Health Education : New Ways of Thinking, Making, Doing, Teaching and Learning book cover

Deborah Lupton, Clare Southerton, Marianne Clark and Ash Watson (2021) The Face Mask in COVID Times: A Sociomaterial Analysis. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Deborah Lupton and Karen Willis (editors) (2021) The COVID-19 Crisis: Social Perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge.

Deborah Lupton and Zeena Feldman (editors) (2020) Digital Food Cultures. Abingdon: Routledge.

Digital Food Cultures cover

Deborah Lupton (2019) Data Selves: More-than-Human Perspectives. Cambridge: Polity Press.


Deborah Lupton (2018) Fat (revised second edition). Abingdon: Routledge.

Fat second edition

Deborah Lupton (2017) Digital Health: Critical and Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge.


Deborah Lupton, Inger Mewburn and Pat Thomson (editors) (2017) The Digital Academic: Critical Perspectives on Digital Technologies in Higher Education. Abingdon: Routledge.


Deborah Lupton (editor) (2017) Self-Tracking, Health and Medicine: Sociological Perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge.


Deborah Lupton (editor) (2016) Digitised Health, Medicine and Risk. Abingdon: Routledge.


Deborah Lupton (2016) The Quantified Self: A Sociology of Self-Tracking. Cambridge: Polity Press.

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Deborah Lupton (2015) Digital Sociology. Abingdon: Routledge.

Digital Sociology


Deborah Lupton (editor) (2013) The Unborn Human. London: Open Humanities Press (open access digital book).


Deborah Lupton (2013) The Social Worlds of the Unborn. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.


Deborah Lupton (2013) Risk (revised 2nd edition). Abingdon: Routledge.


Deborah Lupton (2013) Fat. Abingdon: Routledge.

Deborah Lupton (2012) Medicine as Culture: Illness, Disease and the Body (revised 3rd edition). London: Sage.

John Tulloch and Deborah Lupton (2003) Risk and Everyday Life. London: Sage.

Deborah Lupton (1999) (editor) Risk and Sociocultural Theory: New Directions and Perspectives. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Deborah Lupton (1998) The Emotional Self: a Sociocultural Exploration. London: Sage.

Deborah Lupton and Lesley Barclay (1997) Constructing Fatherhood: Discourses and Experiences. London: Sage.

John Tulloch and Deborah Lupton (1997) Television, AIDS and Risk: A Cultural Studies Approach to Health Communication. Sydney: Allen & Unwin.

Alan Petersen and Deborah Lupton (1996) The New Public Health: Health and Self in the Age of Risk. Sydney and London: Allen & Unwin/Sage.

Deborah Lupton (1996) Food, the Body and the Self. London: Sage.

Deborah Lupton (1995) The Imperative of Health: Public Health and the Regulated Body. London: Sage.

Deborah Lupton (1994) Moral Threats and Dangerous Desires: AIDS in the News Media. London: Taylor & Francis.

Simon Chapman and Deborah Lupton (1994) The Fight for Public Health: Principles and Practice of Media Advocacy. London: British Medical Journal Publishing.

4 thoughts on “Complete list of my books

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  4. I love your style of writing, very much! Of those books above, Risk (2013) and Risk and Sociocultural Theory (1999) are my favourite ones. You made such a complicated area look coherent and understandable. Many thanks.

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