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SASS Chris Yuill
First Name: Chris
Surname: Yuill
Position: Lecturer
Telephone: +44 (0) 1224 263379
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ORCID: ORCID Icon http://orcid.org/0000-0003-4686-0105

Professional Background

Chris has a background in medical sociology and an interest in urban sociology. In addition to his journal and textbook publications he has acted as an Executive Management Team member and Publications Director of the British Sociological Association (BSA) 2005-2012) and a committee member of the British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Study Group (2004-2006). More recently, Chris has assisted the Ghanaian Government's Department of Energy, on issues of health, well being and inequality, and has sat on the University Academic Council. Chris has also acted as reviewer for the following journals:
Sociology, Sociology of Health and Illness, Sociological Research Online, Social Science and Medicine and Social Theory and Health.

If you are interested in postgraduate research on social aspects of health, alienation or urban cultures, Chris will be more than happy to discuss any proposal with you.

Qualifications

1988 MA (Hons) Sociology. Aberdeen University

2015 015 PhD. St George's Hospital, University of London

Public Output

Books

LISHMAN, J., YUILL, C., BRANNAN, J. and Gibson, A., eds. 2017. Social Work: An Introduction. 2nd edition. London: SAGE.

YUILL, C. and Thorpe, C. 2017. Heads Up Sociology. London: DK.

BARRY, A.M. and YUILL, C. 2016. Understanding the Sociology of Health: An Introduction. 4th edition. London: SAGE.

LOXLEY, D., THORPE, C., and YUILL, C. 2015. The Sociology Book. London: DK

LISHMAN, J., YUILL, C., BRANNAN, J. and Gibson, A., eds. 2014. Social Work: An Introduction. London: SAGE.

BARRY, A-M. and YUILL, C. 2012. Jian Kang She Hui Xue Ru Men (Understanding the Sociology of Health, Chinese language edition). Weber: Taiwan.

BARRY, A-M. and YUILL, C. 2011. Understanding the Sociology of Health: An Introduction. 3rd edition. London: Sage.

YUILL, C., CRINSON, I., & DUNCAN, E., 2010. Key Concepts in Health Studies. London: Sage.

YUILL, C. & GIBSON, A., 2010. Sociology for Social Work. London: Sage.

BARRY, A-M. and YUILL, C. 2008. Understanding the Sociology of Health: An Introduction. 2nd edition. London: Sage.

YUILL, C. and VAN TEIJLINGEN, E., eds.2006. Global Perspectives and Local Issues: Medical Sociology in North East Scotland. Aberdeen: The Robert Gordon University.

BARRY, A-M. and Yuill, C. 2002. Understanding Health: a Sociological Introduction. London: SAGE.

Book Chapters

YUILL, C. 2016. 'New directions for corporate social responsibility and health?' in S. Vertigans and S.O.Idowu (eds) Corporate Social Responsibility: Academic Insights and Impacts.

TODD,M. and YUILL, C. 2014. 'Sociology' in LISHMAN, J., YUILL, C., BRANNAN, J. and GIBSON, A., eds. 2014. Social Work: An Introduction. London: SAGE.

YUILL, C. 2014.'Material Circumstances, poverty and income inequality' in LISHMAN, J., YUILL, C., BRANNAN, J., and GIBSON, A., eds. 2014. Social Work: An Introduction. London: SAGE.

YUILL, C. 2014. Alienation, in W. Cockerham (ed), The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.

MACLENNAN, S. & YUILL, C. 2011, 'Contesting Cool: alternative and mainstreams representations of Belmont Street', in Kamila Kami?ska & Alicja Szerlag (eds), City - spaces for (inter )cultural learning. Wroclaw.

YUILL, C., GIBSON.A, & THORPE, C. 2010. Sociology for social work – an overview, in C.YUILL & A.GIBSON, Sociology for Social Work. London: Sage.

YUILL, C., DUVOLLET, A., PHUNG, T-C, & Govera, T.2010. Race and Ethnicity, in C.YUILL & A.GIBSON, Sociology for Social Work. London: Sage.

YUILL.C., KEENAN, C & McLean, F. 2010. Disability, in C.YUILL & A.GIBSON, Sociology for Social Work. London: Sage.

MCKIE, L and YUILL, C. 2009. Sociological perspectives on defining and accounting for violence: towards gendering the conflict in Northern Ireland. In: G.H. HUNDT and H. BRADBY, eds. Living Through Intended and Unintended Suffering: War, Medicine and Gender. London: Ashgate.

YUILL, C. 2006. 'Towards a theory of the 'emotional landscape': emotions and well-being in place. In: C.YUILL and E. VAN TEIJLINGEN, eds. Global Perspectives and Local Issues: Medical Sociology in North East Scotland. Aberdeen: The Robert Gordon University.

YUILL, C. and MCMILLAN, I. 1998. Work. In: D. JONES et al, eds. Sociology and Occupational Therapy. Edinburgh: Churchill Livingstone.

Refereed journal articles

YUILL, C. (in progress) The use of abduction in alienation research: an outline and a worked example.

YUILL, C. (in progress) Paperwork, social work and alienation.

YUILL, C. 2012.  The North Laine: A Visual Essay. Sociological Research Online, 17 (1).

YUILL, C.2011. Forgetting and remembering alienation. The History of Human Sciences, 24(2): 103–119

YUILL, C. 2010. ‘The Spirit Level’, health inequalities and economic democracy. International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy, 4(2): 177-193.

YUILL, C. 2009 Health and the workplace: thinking about sickness, hierarchy and workplace conditions. International Journal of Management Concepts and Philosophy, 3 (3), pp. 239-256.

YUILL, C. 2009. The credit crunch and the British high street: Coming like a Ghost Town, Sociological Research Online, 14(2).

CRINSON, I. and YUILL, C. 2008. What alienation theory can contribute to the study of health inequalities. International Journal of Health Service, 38 (3).

YUILL, C. 2007. The body as weapon - Bobby Sands and the Republican Hunger Strikes. Sociological Research Online, 12 (2),.

YUILL, C. 2005 Marx: capitalism, alienation and health. Social Theory and Health, (3), pp. 126-143.

YUILL, C. 2004. Emotions after dark - a sociological reflection on the 2003 New York Blackout. Sociological Research Online, 9, (3),

Research Reports

LOVE, J G, SUTTON, P W, WILLIAMS, H, MAYRHOFER, A, YUILL, C, LOVE, A & MILLMAN, Y, 2007. The Emotional Wellbeing of Young People, Final Report of a ‘Choose Life’ project in Aberdeenshire (March 2004 – March 2007). Aberdeen: Aberdeenshire Planning Partnership and The Robert Gordon University

AM BARRY ASSOCIATES 2007. Developing Effective Gender Sensitive Primary Care Practice In NHSs Greater Glasgow & Clyde – A User Review Of NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde’s Wellman Pilot Programme. Edinburgh: AM Barry Associates.

LOVE, J.G., SUTTON, P.W., WILLIAMS, H., YUILL, C., LOVE, A.P., MAYRHOFER, A.M., MILLMAN, Y., CHRISTIE, E., AND BELL, J., 2005. The Emotional Wellbeing of Young People: Interim Research Report of a Choose Life Project in Aberdeenshire. Aberdeen: Robert Gordon University

YUILL, C., LOVE, J.G. & WEST, B. 2004. Deliberate Self Harm: a review of the literature. Aberdeen: Grampian Primary Health Care Trust.

Occasional Papers

GORRINGE, H., HADDOW, G., RAFANELL, I., TULLE, E., & YUILL, C., 2007. The Transformative Capacity of Embodiment. Edinburgh Working Papers in Sociology No.26. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh.

Other articles

YUILL, C., 2004. Medical sociology and PAM's students'. Medical Sociology News 30 (2), pp. 55-57

YUILL, C., 2004. Raging correctly - some reflections on DeVries's rallying call. Medical Sociology News 30 (1), pp. 29-31

YUILL, C and LEWIS, L., 2003. Interview with Mike Hepworth. Medical Sociology News 29 (2), pp. 34-39

Refereed conference papers

YUILL, C. 2015. Alienation, Wellbeing and Social Work. British Sociological Association Annual Conference. Caledonian University.

YUILL, C. 2012. Deadly Divisions. Festival of Science, University of Aberdeen.

YUILL, C. and CRINSON I. 2008. Capitalism, Cortisol and Bio-chemistry of Alienation. British Sociological Association Annual Conference. University of Warwick, March 2008.

YUILL, C. and CRINSON I. 2007. New Technology: Alienation, Health & Suffering. British Sociological Association Annual Conference. University of East London, March 2007.

YUILL C. and CRINSON I. 2006. Labour Power and Health. British Sociological Association Annual Conference, Harrogate, March 2006.

YUILL C. 2005. Health - Towards a Historical Materialist Approach? British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Conference, University of York, September 2005.

TEIJLINGEN E. and YUILL C. 2005. Teaching Medical Sociology Workshop. British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Conference, University of York, September 2005.

MCKIE L & YUILL C. 2005. Sociological Perspectives on Defining and Accounting for Violence: Towards Gendering the Conflict in Northern Ireland. Colloquium: 'Intended and unintended suffering: the legacy of Meg Stacey's ideas and work' University of Warwick, June 2005

YUILL C. 2005. Unlocking the Emotional Landscape - Young People, Emotions and Place., North East Medical Sociology Conference, Robert Gordon University, June 2005.

TEIJLINGEN E. and YUILL C. 2004. Teaching Medical Sociology Workshop. British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Conference, University of York, September 2004.

YUILL, C. 2004. The body as weapon: Bobby Sands and the Republican Hunger Strikes. British Sociological Association Conference, University of York, March 2004.

YUILL C. et al. 2003. Transformative Capacity of Emodiment. British Sociological Association l Sociology Conference University of York, September 2003.

YUILL, C. 2003. Unequal bodies, emotions and health: a case for classical Marxism? British Sociological Association Medical Sociology Conference, University of York, September 2003.

YUILL, C. 2003. The city: health, place and being. North East Medical Sociology Conference, Robert Gordon University, March 2003.