Dr Anwesa Chatterjee


NameDr Anwesa Chatterjee
Job titleResearch Assistant (Sociology)
Research instituteSchool of Psychology and Life Sciences

Research outputs

Powerful or disempowering knowledge? The teaching of Sociology in English schools and colleges

Cant, Sarah and Chatterjee, Anwesa 2022. Powerful or disempowering knowledge? The teaching of Sociology in English schools and colleges. Sociology. https://doi.org/10.1177/00380385221107299

Why do chronic illness patients decide to use complementary and alternative medicine? A qualitative study

Chatterjee, A. 2021. Why do chronic illness patients decide to use complementary and alternative medicine? A qualitative study. Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice. 43, p. 101363. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ctcp.2021.101363

Generational Encounters with Higher Education The academic–student relationship and the university experience

Cant, S., Bristow, J. and Chatterjee, A. 2020. Generational Encounters with Higher Education The academic–student relationship and the university experience. Bristol Bristol University Press.

Healthworlds, cultural health toolkits, and choice: How acculturation affects patients’ views of prescription drugs and Prescription Drug Advertising

Adams, C., Harder, B. M., Chatterjee, A. and Hayes Mathias, L. 2019. Healthworlds, cultural health toolkits, and choice: How acculturation affects patients’ views of prescription drugs and Prescription Drug Advertising. Qualitative Health Research. 29 (10), pp. 1419-1432. https://doi.org/10.1177/1049732319827282

A qualitative analysis of the naming process of complementary and alternative medicine by chronically ill patients

Chatterjee, A. 2018. A qualitative analysis of the naming process of complementary and alternative medicine by chronically ill patients. Complementary Therapies in Medicine. 41, pp. 306-310. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ctim.2018.10.011

Beyond unequal access: Acculturation, race, and resistance to pharmaceuticalization in the United States

Adams, C., Chatterjee, A., Harder, B. M. and Hayes Mathias, L. 2018. Beyond unequal access: Acculturation, race, and resistance to pharmaceuticalization in the United States. SSM - Population Health. 4, pp. 350-357. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ssmph.2018.04.003

Generational Encounters with Higher Education The Academic–Student Relationship and the University Experience

Bristow, J., Cant, S. and Chatterjee, A. 2020. Generational Encounters with Higher Education The Academic–Student Relationship and the University Experience. Bristol Bristol University Press.

Researching race in a white space: negotiating interviews at white-wedding shows in England

Carter, J. and Chatterjee, A. 2018. Researching race in a white space: negotiating interviews at white-wedding shows in England. SAGE Research Methods Cases Part 2. https://doi.org/10.4135/9781526434067

Popular but peripheral: the ambivalent status of sociology education in schools in England

Cant, S., Savage, M. and Chatterjee, A. 2019. Popular but peripheral: the ambivalent status of sociology education in schools in England. Sociology. https://doi.org/10.1177/0038038519856815
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