Peer Reviewed Publications
Alongside the raft of reports, findings reports, summaries and exhibitions produced by Count Me In Too, the project team were involved in writing a series of journal articles and book chapters that developed specific themes within the research findings.
Below is a list of these publications. Copyright restrictions means that Count Me In Too are unable to offer free downloads of this material. Please contact the journal or book editor in question should you wish to purchase or otherwise obtain this material.
- Browne, K. and Bakshi, L. (in press) ‘We are here to Party?: Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Leisurescapes’ Leisure Studies
Browne, K., Bakshi, L. and Lim, J. (in press) ‘It’s something you just have to ignore’: Understanding Contemporary Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans safety Journal of Social Policy
Browne, K. and Lim, J. (2010) Trans in the ‘Gay Capital of the UK’ Gender, Place and Culture 17 (5), pp. 615-633
Lim, J. and Browne K. (2009) Senses of Gender Sociological Research Online I 14 (1) http://www.socresonline.org.uk/14/1/6.html
- Browne, K., Bakshi, L. and Lim, J. (under review) ‘There’s no point in doing research if no one is going to listen’: Identifying Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans Needs and Effecting ‘Positive Social Change’ for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans People in Brighton & Hove’ In Beresford P and Carr S, Social Care, Service Users and User Involvement: Building on Research. Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Browne, K., Bakshi, L. And Lim, J. (in progress) Ageing in Gay Brighton In R. Ward, Ageing and the Lifecourse.