Short CV/Education and training

  • Since 2016
    Professor of Sociology of Health, King's College London

  • 1996 – 2016
    Reader in Sociology of Health, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

  • 1987
    MSc Sociology as Applied to Medicine

  • 1983
    BSc Anthropology

Selected publications

  • Green J (1997) Risk and misfortune: the social construction of accidents London: UCL Press

  • Green J and Thorogood N. (2018) Qualitative Methods for Health Research. London: Sage

  • Green J and Labonté R. (eds) (2008) Critical Perspectives in Public Health London: Routledge

  • Green J. (2009) 'Walk this way': public health and the social organization of walking. Social Theory and Health 7: 20-38

  • Green J. (2009) Is it time for the sociology of health to abandon 'risk'? Health, Risk and Society. 11: 493-508

  • Green J, Steinbach R and Datta J. (2012) The travelling citizen: emergent discourses of moral mobility in a study of cycling in London Sociology 46: 272-28



Complete list of publications

Selected projects

  • Social Science & Urban Public Health Institute ( https://suphi.kcl.ac.uk/ )

Membership in scientific bodies/juries

  • British Sociological Association

  • International Scientific Advisory Group, O'Brien Institute

  • Funding Panel, NIHR Public Health Research

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