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2014

Wilson, S. (2014) She’s been away: Ageing, madness and memory. Aging Studies Series entitled “Alive and Kicking at All Ages: Cultural Constructions of Health and Life Course Identity.”, 5. [In Press]

2013

Holland, P., Chgnell, H. and Wilson, S. (2013) Broadcasting and the NHS in the Thatcherite 1980s: The challenge to public service. UK: Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN 978-0-230-28237-7

2012

Wilson, S. (2012) Beyond patriarchy: Six Feet Under and the older woman. In: Dolan, J. and Tincknell, E., eds. (2012) Ageing Femininities: Troubling Representations. Cambridge Scholars Press. ISBN 9781443838832

Wilson, S. (2012) Dramatising madness: In two minds and 1960s counter-cultural politics. Transgressive Culture, 2 (1). pp. 147-165. ISSN 2043-7102

Wilson, S. (2012) Representations of health care in the age of Thatcher. Critical Studies in Television, 7 (1). pp. 13-28. ISSN 1749-6020

2010

Holland, P., Chignell, H., Eglezou, G. and Wilson, S. (2010) There’s no such thing as society?: A study of broadcasting and the public services under the three Thatcher governments, 1979-1992. No Such Research [AHRC Funded Project].

2009

Wilson, S. (2009) Book review: Janice Peck, The Age of Oprah: Cultural Icon for the Neoliberal Era. Paradigm Publishers, 2008. Critical Studies in Television, 4 (2). pp. 137-140.

Wilson, S. (2009) Angels. Videoactive [online].

Wilson, S. (2009) Representations of health care in the age of Thatcher. In: The Shadow of Thatcher: Women, Feminism, Politics and Culture 30 Years On, Arnolfini, Bristol, May 2009.

Wilson, S. (2009) Television talk shows. Videoactive [online].

2008

Dolan, J., Jenning, R., Garde Hansen, J., Gorton, K., Wilson, S. and Tincknell, E. (2008) Women, ageing and media workshops. In: AHRC funded Research Networks and Workshops: Women, Ageing and Media, http://insight.glos.ac.uk/researchmainpage/centres/wam/Pages/AHRCfundedResearchNetworksandWorkshopsProject.aspx, 2008.

Wilson, S. (2008) Here's Trisha!: commercialism, sensationalism and Public Service Broadcasting. In: Anglia TV and the History of ITV: Programming, Regionalism and the Television Economy Conference, University of East Anglia, UK, November 2008.

2007

Wilson, S. (2007) It was a "mascara runnin’ kinda day": Oprah Winfrey, confession, celebrity and the formation of trust. In: Bakir, V. and Barlow, D., eds. (2007) Communication in the Age of Suspicion: Trust and the Media. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 167-176. ISBN 978-0230002548

2006

Wilson, S. (2006) White picket fences, domestic containment and female subjectivity: the quest for romantic love. In: McCabe, J. and Akass, K., eds. (2006) Reading Desperate Housewives. I.B. Tauris, pp. 144-155. ISBN 978-1845112202

2005

Wilson, S. (2005) Real people with real problems?: Public service broadcasting, commercialism and Trisha. In: Johnson, C. and Turnock, R., eds. (2005) ITV Cultures: Independent Television Over Fifty Years. Basingstoke: Open University Press, pp. 159-176. ISBN 9780335217298

2004

Wilson, S. (2004) ‘No need for fear or secrets’: Ruth Fisher and grotesque realism in Six Feet Under. The Scholar and Feminist Online, 3 (1). ISSN 1558-9404

2003

Wilson, S. (2003) Oprah, celebrity and formations of self. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 978-1403916815

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