My publications (2012 onwards)

Authored books

  • Lupton, D. (2012) Medicine as Culture: Illness, Disease and the Body (revised 3rd  edition). London: Sage.
  • Lupton, D. (2013) Fat. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Lupton, D. (2013) Risk (revised 2nd edition). Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Lupton, D. (2013) The Social Worlds of the Unborn. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Lupton, D. (2015) Digital Sociology. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Lupton, D. (2016) The Quantified Self: A Sociology of Self-Tracking. Cambridge: Polity Press.
  • Lupton, D. (2017) Digital Health: Critical and Cross-Disciplinary Perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Lupton, D. (2018) Fat (revised 2nd edition). Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Lupton, D. (2019) Data Selves: More-than-Human Perspectives. Cambridge: Polity Press.
  • Lupton, D., Southerton, C., Clarke, M. and Watson, A. (2021) The Face Mask in COVID Times: A Sociomaterial Analysis. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Edited books

  • Lupton, D. (editor) (2013) The Unborn Human. Open Humanities Press (e-book) (available here).
  • Lupton, D. (2015) (editor) Beyond Techno-Utopia: Critical Approaches to Digital Health Technologies. Basel: MDPI Books (free PDF available here).
  • Lupton, D. (2016) (editor) Digitised Health, Medicine and Risk. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Lupton, D., Mewburn, I. and Thomson, P. (2017) (editors) The Digital Academic: Critical Perspectives on Digital Technologies in Higher Education. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Lupton, D. (2017) (editor) Self-Tracking, Health and Medicine: Sociological Perspectives. London: Routledge.
  • Lupton, D. and Feldman, Z. (2020) (editors) Digital Food Cultures. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Lupton, D. and Willis, K. (2021) (editors) The COVID-19 Crisis: Social Perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Lupton, D. and Leahy, D. (eds) (2022) Creative Approaches to Health Education: New Ways of Thinking, Making, Doing, Teaching and Learning. Abingdon: Routledge.

Book chapters

  • Lupton, D. (2013) Introduction: conceptualising and configuring the unborn human. In Lupton, D. (ed), The Unborn Human. London: Open Humanities Press (available here).
  • Lupton, D. (2014) The reproductive citizen: motherhood and health education. In Fitzpatrick, K. and Tinning, R. (eds), Health Education: Critical Perspectives. London: Routledge.
  • Lupton, D. (2014) Unborn assemblages: shifting configurations of embryonic and foetal embodiment. In Nash, M. (ed), Reframing Reproduction. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Lupton, D. (2015) Donna Haraway: the digital cyborg assemblage and the new digital health technologies. In Collyer, F. (ed), The Palgrave Handbook of Social Theory in Health, Illness and Medicine. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Lupton, D. (2015) Digital sociology. In Germov, J. and Poole, M. (eds), Public Sociology: An Introduction to Australian Society, 3rd edition. St Leonards: Allen & Unwin.
  • Lupton, D. (2016) Digitized health promotion: risk and personal responsibility for health in the Web 2.0 era. In Davis, J. and Gonzalez, A. M. (eds), To Fix or To Heal: Patient Care, Public Health, and the Limits of Biomedicine. New York: New York University Press, pp. 152—76.
  • Lupton, D. (2016) Digital risk society. In Zinn, J., Burgess, A. and Alemanno, A. (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Risk Studies. London: Routledge, pp. 301—9.
  • Lupton, D. (2016) You are your data: self-tracking practices and concepts of data. In Selke, Stefan (ed.), Lifelogging: Digital Self-Tracking: Between Disruptive Technology and Cultural Change. Zurich: Springer, pp. 61—79.
  • Lupton, D. (2016) Digital health technologies and digital data: new ways of monitoring, measuring and commodifying human bodies. In Olleros, F. X. and Zhegu, M. (eds), Research Handbook of Digital Transformations. New York: Edward Elgar, pp. 84—102.
  • Lupton, D. (2016) ‘Mastering your fertility’: the digitised reproductive citizen. In McCosker, A., Vivienne, S. and Johns, A. (eds), Negotiating Digital Citizenship: Control, Contest and Culture. London: Rowman and Littlefield, pp. 81—93.
  • Lupton, D. (2017) 3D printed self replicas: personal digital data made solid. In McGillivray, D, Carnicelli, S. and McPherson, G. (eds), Digital Leisure Cultures: Critical Perspectives. London: Routledge, pp. 26—38.
  • Gard, M. and Lupton, D. (2017) Digital health goes to school: digitising children’s bodies in health and physical education. In Taylor, E. and Rooney, T. (eds), Surveillance Futures: Social and Ethical Implications of New Technologies for Children and Young People. London: Routledge, pp. 36—49.
  • Lupton, D. (2017) Digital bodies. In Silke, M., Andrews, D. and Thorpe, H. (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Physical Cultural Studies. London: Routledge, pp. 200—208.
  • Lupton, D. (2017) Personal data practices in the age of lively data. In Daniels, J., Gregory, K. and McMillan Cottom, T. (eds), Digital Sociologies. London: Policy Press, 335—350.
  • Lupton, D., Mewburn, I. and Thomson, P. (2017) The digital academic: identities, contexts and politics. In Lupton, D., Mewburn, I. and Thomson, P. (eds), The Digital Academic: Critical Perspectives on Digital Technologies in Higher Education. London: Routledge, 1–19.
  • Lupton, D. (2017) Cooking, eating, uploading: digital food cultures. In LeBesco, K. and Naccarato, P. (eds), The Handbook of Food and Popular Culture. London: Bloomsbury, 66-70.
  • Lupton, D. and Turner, B. (2017) ‘Both fascinating and disturbing’: consumer responses to 3D printed food and implications for food activism’. In Schneider, T., Eli, K., Dolan, C. and Ulijaszek, S. (eds), Digital Food Activism. London: Routledge, 169-185.
  • Lupton, D. (2018) Lively data, social fitness and biovalue: the intersections of health self-tracking and social media. In Burgess, J., Marwick, A. and Poell, T. (eds), The Sage Handbook of Social Media. London: Sage, pp. 562-578.
  • Lupton, D. (2018) Digital health and health care. In Scambler, G. (ed), Sociology as Applied to Health and Medicine, 2nd Houndmills: Palgrave, pp. 277-290.
  • Lupton, D. and Smith, GJD. (2018) ‘A much better person’: the agential capacities of self-tracking practices. In Ajana, B. (ed), Metric Culture: Ontologies of Self-Tracking Practices. London: Emerald Publishing, pp. 57-75.
  • Lupton, D. (2018) 3D printing technologies: a third wave perspective. In Michael Filimowicz, M. and Tzankova, V. (eds), New Directions in Third Wave HCI (Volume 1, Technologies). Springer: London, pp. 89-104.
  • Lupton, D. (2019) Vitalities and visceralities: alternative body/food politics in digital media. In Phillipov, M. and Kirkwood, K. (eds), Alternative Food Politics: From the Margins to the Mainstream. Routledge: London, pp. 151-168.
  • Lupton, D. (2019) Digital sociology. In Germov, J. and Poole, M. (eds), Public Sociology: An Introduction to Australian Society, 4th St Leonards: Allen & Unwin., pp. 475-492.
  • Lupton, D. (2020) Understanding digital food cultures. In Lupton, D. and Feldman, Z. (eds), Digital Food Cultures. London: Routledge, pp. 1-16.
  • Lupton, D. (2020) Carnivalesque food videos: excess, gender and affect on YouTube. In Lupton, D. and Feldman, Z. (eds), Digital Food Cultures. London: Routledge, pp. 35-49.
  • Lupton, D. (2020) Wearable devices: sociotechnical imaginaries and agential capacities. In Pedersen, I. and Iliadis, A. (eds), Embodied Technology: Wearables, Implantables, Embeddables, Ingestibles. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press, pp. 49-69.
  • Lupton, D. (2020) Vital materialism and the thing-power of lively digital data. In Leahy, D., Fitzpatrick, K. and Wright, J. (eds), Social Theory, Health and Education. London: Routledge, pp. 71-80.
  • Lupton, D. (2020) Caring dataveillance: women’s use of apps to monitor pregnancy and children. In Green, L., Holloway, D., Stevenson, K., Leaver, T. and Haddon, L. (eds), The Routledge Companion to Digital Media and Children. London: Routledge, pp. 393-402.
  • Lupton, D. (2020) The sociology of mobile apps. In Rohlinger, D. and Sobieraj, S. (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Sociology and Digital Media. New York: Oxford, online first.
  • Lupton, D. (2021) Self-tracking. In Kennerly, M., Frederick, S. and Abel, J.E. (eds), Information: Keywords. Columbia University Press, pp, 187-198.
  • Lupton, D. (2021) Afterword: future methods for digital food studies. In Leer, J. and Krogager, S.G.S. (eds), Research Methods in Digital Food Studies. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 222-227.
  • Lupton, D. and Willis, K. (2021) COVID Society: introduction to the book. In Lupton, D. and Willis, K. (eds), The COVID-19 Crisis: Social Perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 3-13.
  • Lupton, D. (2021) Contextualising COVID-19. In Lupton, D. and Willis, K. (eds), The COVID-19 Crisis: Social Perspectives. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 14-24.
  • Lupton, D. and Leahy, D. (2022) Thinking, making, doing, teaching and learning: bringing creative methods into health education. In Lupton, D. and Leahy, D. (eds), Creative Approaches to Health Education: New Ways of Thinking, Making, Doing, Teaching and Learning. Abingdon: Routledge.
  • Lupton, D. (2022) Data: the futures of personal data. In The Routledge Handbook of Social Futures. London: Routledge, pp. 117-125.
  • Lupton, D. (2022) Digital health. In Monaghan, L. and Gabe, J. (eds), Key Concepts in Medical Sociology, 3rd edition. London: Sage, pp. 241-246.
  • Lupton, D. (2022) The sociomaterial nature of the body and medicine. In Scrimshaw, S., Lane, S., Rubenstein, R. and Fisher, J. (eds), Handbook of Social Studies in Health and Medicine, 2nd edition. Thousand Oaks, California: Sage, pp. 103-121.
  • Lupton, D. and Southerton, C. (2022) Beyond ‘wicked Facebook’: a vital materialism perspective. Emotional Landscapes, Dystopia and Future Imaginaries. In McKenzie, J. and Patulny, R. (eds). Bristol: Bristol University Press, pp. 34-51.
Peer-reviewed journal articles
 

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