Abbott, Pamela

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ABBOTT, Pamela

ABBOTT, Pamela. British, b. 1947. Genres: Medicine/Health, Social sciences, Sociology, Women's studies and issues. Career: Borough of Enfield, London, ratings assistant, 1970-71, schoolteacher, 1972-74, head of social studies dept., 1974-75; Northwest Kent College of Technology, England, lecturer, 1975-80; Open University, Milton Keynes, England, research assistant and consultant, 1982-84; Brighton Polytechnic, England, lecturer in sociology, 1984-85; Plymouth Polytechnic (now part of University of Plymouth), England, lecturer, 1987-90, senior lecturer in sociology and social policy, 1992; Polytechnic South West Plymouth (now University of Plymouth), principal lecturer in sociology and social policy, 1990-92; University of Plymouth, social policy subject head, 1993-96; University of Derby, professor of sociology, and assistant dean, School of Education and Social Science; University of Teesside, School of Social Sciences, professor and director, 1996-99; Glasgow Caledonian University, pro vice chancellor, 2000-03, director of Center for Equality and Diversity, 2003-. Publications: (with R. Sapsford) Community Care for Mentally Handicapped Children, 1987; (with Sapsford) Women and Social Class, 1987, 2nd ed., 1996; (with C. Wallace) An Introduction to Sociology: Feminist Perspectives, 1990; (with Wallace) The New Right and the Family, 1992; (with Sapsford) Research into Practice, 1992; (with Ackers) Social Policy for Nurses and the Caring Professionals, 1996. EDITOR: (with Wallace, and contrib.) The Sociology of the Caring Professions, 1990; (with G. Payne, and contrib.) Women and Mobility, 1990; (with Payne, and contrib.) New Directions in the Sociology of Health, 1990; (with Wallace) Gender, Power, and Sexuality, 1991; (with Sapsford, and contrib.) Research Methods for Nurses and the Caring Professionals, 1992. Address: Glasgow Caledonian University, Low Caddens Rd, Glasgow G6 0BA, Scotland. Online address: [email protected]

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