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Johnson, K. (2013) Sexuality and the psychosocial subject Polity Press, Cambridge. (Unpublished)

Johnson, K. (2012) Global mental health, cultural specificity and the risk of neocolonialism: challenges for critical community psychology In: Walker, Carl, Johnson, K. and Cunningham, Liz, eds. Community psychology and the socio-economics of mental distress: international perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK, pp. 269-283. ISBN 9780230275409

Walker, Carl, Johnson, K. and Cunningham, Liz (2012) Introduction to community psychology and the socio-ecomomics of mental distress: international perspectives In: Walker, Carl, Johnson, K. and Cunningham, Liz, eds. Community psychology and the socio-economics of mental distress: international perspectives. Palgrave Macmillan, London, UK, pp. 1-10. ISBN 9780230275409

Walker, Carl, Johnson, K. and Cunningham, Liz (2012) Community psychology and the socio-economics of mental distress: international perspectives [Edited Collections]

Johnson, K. (2012) After identity politics? Affective activism in a LGBT community photography project In: Invited seminar speaker, Department of Psychology, 29 February 2012, Keele University.

Johnson, K. (2012) LGBT suicidal 'risk' and the risk of repathologisation In: BPS, Psychology of Women Section Annual Conference, 11-13 July 2012, Windsor, UK.

Johnson, K. (2012) Suicidal 'risk' and the repathologisation of LGBT mental health In: 4th International Conference of Community Psychology, 20-24 June 2012, Barcelona, Spain.

Johnson, K. (2012) Symposium: Community psychology and the socio-economics of mental distress: international perspectives In: 4th International Conference of Community Psychology, 20-24 June 2012, Barcelona, Spain.

Johnson, K. (2012) Transgender, transsexualism, and the queering of gender identities: debates for feminist research In: Hesse-Biber, Sharlene Nagy, ed. Handbook of Feminist Research Theory and Praxis. Sage Publications, Los Angeles, pp. 606-626. ISBN 9781412980593

Reavey, Paula and Johnson, K. (2012) Visual approaches: using and interpreting images In: Hughes, Jason, ed. The Sage library of research methods: Sage visual methods. Sage, London, UK. ISBN 9781446241028

Johnson, K. (2011) Affective activism: reflections on the transformative possibilities of participatory visual methods In: Affect, subjectivity and social order/disorder: the fourth conference of the psychosocial studies network, 10-11 June, 2011, University of Brighton, Falmer, UK.

Johnson, K. (2011) Gay shame and suicidal distress In: Brighton and Sussex Sexuality Network column, November 2011, In GScene (local LGBT scene publication).

Johnson, K. (2011) LGBT mental health and suicidal 'risk' In: Pride and Prejudice? ESRC Social Science Festival, 31 October, Watershed, Bristol.

Johnson, K. (2011) LGBT mental health, suicidal 'risk' and the repathologisation of queer lives? In: 40 years on: where are LGBT rights, 19-20 May, LSE.

Johnson, K. (2011) Public engagement event: What differences have civil partnerships made? Discussing same-sex issues - from partners to parenting In: Sussex Salon Series, 15th June 2011, Pavilion Theatre, Brighton.

Brown, Steven D., Cromby, John, Harper, David J. and Johnson, K. (2011) Researching "experience": embodiment, methodology, process Theory & Psychology, 21 (4). pp. 493-515. ISSN 0959-3543

Johnson, K. (2011) Visualising mental health with an LGBT community group: method, process, theory In: Reavey, Paula, ed. Visual methods in psychology: using and interpreting images in qualitative research. Psychology Press, Taylor & Francis Group jointly with Routledge, Hove, pp. 173-189. ISBN 9780415483483

Johnson, K. and Martinez, A. (2010) Participatory action-research and social transformation: reflections from LGBT trans-collective projects In: Transforming LGBT lives: activism and research for gender and sexuality liberation (BSSN) annual conference, 15 September, 2010, Brighton, UK.

Johnson, K. (2010) Photography and participatory action-research: theory, research, praxis In: Studying the psychosocial, 3 December, 2010, Open University, Milton Keynes.

Johnson, K. (2010) Seeing affectively In: The social life of methods , 1-3 September, 2010, CRESC, University of Oxford.

Johnson, K. (2010) Visualising LGBT mental health: findings from a commuinity mental health project In: 3rd International Conference on Community Psychology: community agendas for contemporary social problems, 3-5 June, Puebla, Mexico.

Johnson, K. (2010) Witnessing, wit(h)nessing and social activism: some theoretical reflections on the transformation possibilities of participatory visual methodologies In: The social life of methods , 1-3 September, CRESC, University of Oxford.

Johnson, K., Jones, Helen and Walker, Carl (2010) A community psychology approach to suicide research in Brighton In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference, 14-16 April 2010, Stratford-upon-Avon.

Brown, Steven D., Reavey, Paula, Cromby, John, Harper, David and Johnson, K. (2009) On psychology and embodiment: some methodological experiments In: Latimer, Joanna Elizabeth and Schillmeier, Michael W.J., eds. Un/knowing Bodies. Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 199-215.

Johnson, K. (2009) Reading Bracha Ettinger's 'the matrixial borderspace: feminist and queer responses In: Theeories: advanced seminars for queer research, 18-19 April, 2009, University College, Dublin.

Johnson, K. (2009) Visualising LGBT mental health In: Launch of East London NHS mental health network, 12 March, 2009, East London, UK.

Johnson, K. (2009) Visualising queer mental health: an LGBT photography project In: Sussex Centre for Cultural Studies, 6 May, 2009, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK.

Johnson, K. (2008) Queer phenomenology In: Th(e)orie advanced seminars for queer research, sexuality and phenomenology, 21-22 May, 2008, University College Dublin.

Johnson, K., Faulkner, P., Jones, H. and Welsh, E. (2007) Understanding suicide and promoting survival in LGBT communities HSPRC, University of Brighton, Brighton, UK.

Johnson, K. (2007) Fragmented identities, frustrated politics: Transexuals, lesbians and 'queer' In: Giffney, N. and O'Donnell, K., eds. Twenty-First Century Lesbian Studies. Harrington Park Press. ISBN 978-1-56023-651-1

Johnson, K. (2007) Psychology In: Marchbank, J. and Letherby, G., eds. Introduction to gender: social science perspectives. Longman. ISBN 9781405858441

Johnson, K. (2007) Researching suicidal distress with LGBT communities in the UK: methodological and ethical reflections on a community-university knowledge exchange project Australian Community Psychologist, 19 (1). pp. 112-123.

Johnson, K. (2007) Transsexualism: diagnostic dilemmas, transgender politics and the future of transgender care In: Clarke, V. and Peel, E., eds. Out in psychology: lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans perspectives. Wiley Press. ISBN 9780470012871

Gillies, V., Harden, A., Johnson, K., Reavey, P., Strange, V. and Willig, C. (2005) Painting pictures of embodied experience: the use of nonverbal data production for the study of embodiment Qualitative Research in Psychology, 2 (3). pp. 199-212. ISSN 1478-0887

Johnson, K. (2005) From gender to transgender: thirty years of feminist debates Social alternatives, 24 (2). pp. 36-39. ISSN 0155-0306

Gillies, V., Harden, A., Johnson, K., Reavey, P., Strange, V. and Willig, C. (2004) Women's collective constructions of embodied practices through memory work: Cartesian dualism in memories of sweating and pain British journal of social psychology, 43 (1). pp. 99-112. ISSN 0144-6665

King, M., McKeown, E., Warner, J., Ramsay, A., Johnson, K., Cort, C., Wright, L., Blizard, R. and Davidson, O. (2003) Mental health and quality of life of gay men and lesbians in England and Wales: controlled, cross-sectional study The British Journal of Psychiatry, 183 (6). pp. 552-558. ISSN 0007-1250

Johnson, K. (2001) Studying transexual identity: a discursive approach In: Haynes, F. and McKenna, T., eds. Unseen genders: beyond the binaries. Eruptions (12). Peter Lang Pub Inc, New York, USA. ISBN 0820450243

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