Blackman, Shane and Kempson, Michelle 2021. The subcultural imagination: critically negotiating the co-production of ‘subcultural subjects’ through the lens of C. Wright Mills. Sociological Research Online. https://doi.org/10.1177/13607804211006112
Arnold, C. and Blackman, S. 2021. Retrieving and repurposing: A grounded approach to hyperlocal working practices through a subcultural lens. Digital Journalism. https://doi.org/10.1080/21670811.2021.1880330
Blackman, S. and Draganova, A. 2018. No blue plaques ‘in the land ofgrey and pink’: the Canterbury sound, heritage and the alternative relationships of popular music and place. in: Holland, S. and Spracklen, K. (ed.) Subcultures, bodies and spaces: essays on alternativity and marginalisation Emerald.
Mahendru, Ritu and Blackman, Shane 2019. ‘He enjoyed it more than I did!': young British Sikh women negotiating safe sex in heterosexual encounters. Journal of Youth Studies. 23 (8), pp. 1039-1053. https://doi.org/10.1080/13676261.2019.1654088
Blackman, S., Phillips, A. and Sah, R. 2019. Ethnography and emotions: new directions for critical reflexivity within contemporary qualitative health care research. in: Enhancing Healthcare and Rehabilitation: The Impact of Qualitative Research Boca Raton, FL CRC Press. pp. 379-394
Phillips, A., Blackman, S. and Sah, R. Ethnography and emotions: new directions for critical reflexivity within contemporary qualitative health Care research. in: Enhancing healthcare and rehabilitation: the impact of qualitative research London CRC Press.
Blackman, S., Bradley, R., Fagg, M. and Hickmott, N. 2017. Towards ‘sensible’ drug information: critically exploring drug intersectionalities, ‘Just Say No,’ normalisation and harm reduction. Drugs: Education, Prevention, and Policy. https://doi.org/10.1080/09687637.2017.1397100
Blackman, S. and Rogers, R. 2017. Critically theorising young adult marginality: historical and contemporary perspectives. in: Blackman, S. and Rogers, R. (ed.) Marginality in Britain: Contemporary Studies of Austerity Bristol Policy Press.
Blackman, S. and Bradley, R. 2017. From niche to stigma - headshop to prison: exploring the rise and fall of synthetic cannaboid use amongst young adults. International Journal of Drug Policy. 40, pp. 70-77. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.drugpo.2016.10.015
Blackman, S. 2016. The emotional imagination: exploring critical ventriloquy and emotional edgework in reflexive sociological ethnography with young people. in: Blackman, S. and Kempson, M. (ed.) The Subcultural Imagination: Theory, Research and Reflexivity in Contemporary Youth Cultures London Routledge.
Blackman, S. and Kempson, M. 2016. Conclusions: C Wright-Mills, the 'subcultural' imagination, reflexivity and the subcultural subject. in: Blackman, S. and Kempson, M. (ed.) The Subcultural Imagination: Theory, Research and Reflexivity in Contemporary Youth Cultures Routledge. pp. 178-185
Kempson, M. and Blackman, S. 2016. Introducing the sociological and the subcultural imagination. in: Blackman, S. and Kempson, M. (ed.) The Subcultural Imagination: Theory, Research and Reflexivity in Contemporary Youth Cultures Routledge. pp. 1-16
Blackman, S. 2016. Emotional imagination in ethnography: towards a theoretical understanding of reflexive sociological fieldwork with young people. Research Seminary Workshop. SFI - The Danish National Centre for Social Research, Copenhagen, Denmark 18 Apr 2016
Blackman, S., Doherty, L. and McPherson, R. 2015. Normalisation of Hedonism? Challenging convergence culture through ethnographic studies of alcohol consumption on young adults - a feminist exploration. in: Staddon, P. (ed.) Women and alcohol: social perspectives Bristol Policy Press. pp. 45-64
Blackman, S. 2014. Subculture theory: an historical and contemporary assessment of the concept for understanding deviance. Deviant Behavior. 35 (6), pp. 496-512. https://doi.org/10.1080/01639625.2013.859049
Blackman, S. and Wilson, A. 2014. Psychotic (e)states: where anti-social behaviour is merged with recreational drug use to signify the social problem group. in: Pickard, S. (ed.) Anti-Social Behaviour in Britain Basingstoke Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 285-295
Blackman, S. 2012. Model girls in magazine culture: young women, feminism and the American dream. Fashioning Teenagers: A Cultural History of Seventeen Magazine by Kelley Massoni Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press, 2010. Symbolic Interaction. 35 (4), pp. 501-503. https://doi.org/10.1002/symb.33
Blackman, S. 2007. Abstinence on the offensive? Critical reflections on drug normalisation, youth subcultural identities and the new forms of drug prevention, desistance, normative education and the ‘Blueprint'.
Blackman, S. 2007. ‘See Emily play’: youth culture, recreational drug use and normalization. in: Simpson, M., Shildrick, T. and MacDonald, R. (ed.) Drugs in Britain: Supply, Consumption and Control London Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 39-59
Blackman, S. 2010. Drug war politics: governing culture through prohibition, intoxicants as customary practice and the challenge of drug normalisation. Sociology Compass. 4 (10), pp. 841-855. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1751-9020.2010.00324.x
Blackman, S. 2010. ‘The ethnographic mosaic’ of the Chicago School: critically locating Vivien Palmer, Clifford Shaw and Frederic Thrasher’s research methods in contemporary reflexive sociological interpretation. in: Hart, C. (ed.) Legacy of the Chicago School: a Collection of Essays in Honour of the Chicago School of Sociology During the First Half of the 20th Century Kingswinford Midrash Publishing.
Blackman, S. 2005. Youth subcultural theory: a critical engagement with the concept, its origins and politics, from the Chicago School to postmodernism. Journal of Youth Studies. 8 (1), pp. 1-20. https://doi.org/10.1080/13676260500063629
Blackman, S. 2000. ‘Decanonised knowledge’ and the radical project: towards an understanding of cultural studies in British universities. Pedagogy, Culture and Society. 8 (1), pp. 43-67. https://doi.org/10.1080/14681360000200076
Blackman, S. 1998. 'Poxy Cupid': an ethnographic and feminist account of a resistant female youth culture - the New Wave Girls. in: Skelton, T. and Valentine, G. (ed.) Cool Places: Geographies of Youth Cultures London Routledge.
Blackman, S. 1996. Has drug culture become an inevitable part of youth culture? A critical assessment of drug education. Educational Review. 48 (2), pp. 131-142. https://doi.org/10.1080/0013191960480203
Stears, D., Clift, S. and Blackman, S. 1995. Health, sex and drugs education - rhetoric and reality. in: Ahier, J. and Ross, A. (ed.) Social Subjects within the Curriculum: Children's Social Learning in the National Curriculum Falmer Press.