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Dr Lisa Lazard

Dr Lisa Lazard

About me

Lisa is a Lecturer in Psychology at the Open University. Her research broadly focuses on the psychology of gender and has published on a wide range of issues including sexual violence, parenting and constructing identities. Her current research focuses on young women's construction of identities in selfies posted to social media networks. She is currently the Editor in Chief of the Psychology of Women Section Review (British Psychological Society Publications).

Dr Lisa Lazard's research

Lisa Lazard, Hale Bolak Boratav and Helen Clegg (2016-08-01) Special Focus: Revisiting ‘‘the woman question’’, In Feminism and Psychology 3(26)

Lisa Lazard, Jean M. McAvoy and Rose Capdevila (2016-04-21) Postmodern feminist psychology, Wiley Blackwell

Lisa Lazard, Jean M. McAvoy and Rose Capdevila (2016-04-01) Postmodern Feminist Approaches to Psychology, Wiley-Blackwell

Helen Owton and Lisa Lazard (2016-03-01) Why sportspeople convicted of violence against women forfeit their right to be ‘stars', The Conversation

Rose Capdevila and Lisa Lazard (2015-04-26) Psychology of women: questions of politics and practice, Routledge

Sandra Roper et al. (2015) How is this feminist again? Q as a feminist methodology, In Psychology of Women Section Review(17)

Rose Capdevila and Lisa Lazard (2014) Gender, Overview, Springer-Verlag

Jane E. M. Callaghan and Lisa Lazard (2012-08) ‘Please don’t put the whole dang thing out there!’: A discursive analysis of internet discussions around infant feeding, In Psychology & Health 8(27)

Samantha Mungham and Lisa Lazard (2011-08-07) Virtually Experts: Exploring constructions of mothers’ advice-seeking in online parenting communities, In Radical Psychology: A Journal of Psychology, Politics, and Radicalism 2(9)

Samantha Mungham and Lisa Lazard (2011) Virtually Experts: Exploring constructions of mothers’ advice-seeking in online parenting communities, In Radical Psychology 2(9)

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