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Dr Luis Jimenez

Senior Lecturer



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    Current publications Peer-reviewed Journal Articles Jimenez, L. (2014). Intergenerational traumatic transmission of aspects of masculinities through shame and embarrassment among unemployed young men and their fathers. International Forum of Psychoanalysis, 23(3), 151–160. doi:10.1080/0803706X.2013.770169

    Jimenez, L. (2008). Avoiding shaming feminine work: a psychosocial exploration of young men’s resistance to service work. Paper presented at the CISP meeting on psychosocial research, Goldsmiths College, London.

    Jimenez, L. (2008). Relational concepts and methods in psychosocial research. Paper presented at the ESRC Identities Programme Psycho-Social Data Analysis Workshop, University of the West of England.

    Research archive Peer-reviewed Journal Articles Hoggett, P., Beedell, M., Jimenez, L., Mayo, M., & Miller, C. (2006). Identity, life history and commitment to welfare. Journal of Social Policy, 35(4), 689–704. doi:10.1017/S0047279406000146

    Conference Papers Jimenez, L. (2005). Emotions and the transformation of male identities in a South Wales workforce. Paper presented at the Annual Gender Work and Emotion Conference, Keele University.

    Beedell, P., & Jimenez, L. (2004). Agency, identity and life history. Paper presented at the Annual Conference of the Association for Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society, Columbia University, New York.

    Jimenez, L. (2000). Entendidos: a study of emotional–moral communication among gay men of Barcelona. Paper presented at the International Conference The Rhetorics of Masculinity, University of Seville, Spain.

    Jimenez, L. (1999). Emotional communication among gay men of Barcelona: its validation within sociologic and psychoanalytic theory and practice. Paper presented at the Centre for the Study and Application of Psychoanalysis, Madrid.

    Jimenez, L. (1998). Some considerations on the notion of medicalisation and its role in late modernity social life. Paper presented at the Seminar on Medical Anthropology, Department of Sociology, University of Barcelona.

    Jimenez, L. (1997). Medical practice and lay knowledges: some reflections on the role of ethnography in the medicalisation of everyday life. Paper presented at the Seminar on Medical Anthropology, Department of Sociology, University of Barcelona.

    Jimenez, L. (1997). Some reflections on A. Giddens’ “Transformation of Intimacy”. Paper presented at the Research Seminar Meeting of the PhD Programme in Social Sciences and Health, University of Barcelona.

    Jimenez, L., & Walkerdine, V. (2011). ‘Shameful work’: a psychosocial approach to father–son relations, young male unemployment and femininity in an ex-steel community. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society, 17(3), 278–295. doi:10.1057/pcs.2011.14

    Jimenez, L., & Walkerdine, V. (2011). A psychosocial approach to shame, embarrassment and melancholia amongst unemployed young men and their fathers. Gender and Education, 23(2), 185–199. doi:10.1080/09540253.2010.490202

    Hoggett, P., Beedell, P., Jimenez, L., Mayo, M., & Miller, C. (2010). Working psycho-socially and dialogically in research. Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society, 15(2), 173–188. doi:10.1057/pcs.2009.36

    Non-peer-reviewed Journal Articles Jimenez, L. (2013). Social catastrophe and social trauma amongst unemployed working class men in a post-industrial community. Fromm Forum, 17, 29–34.

    Jimenez, L. (2013). Vergüenza, pena y melancolia entre hombres jovenes desempleados y sus padres; un enfoque psicosocial hacia la catastrofe social y el trauma inter-generacional [Shame, grief and melancholy among unemployed young men and their fathers: a psychosocial approach to social catastrophe and inter-generational trauma]. Revista de Psicoanalisis del Centro Psicoanalitico de Madrid, 26, 1–22.

    Books Walkerdine, V., & Jimenez, L. (2012). Gender, work and community after de-industrialisation: a psychosocial approach to affect. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

    Conference Papers Jimenez, L. (2012). Social catastrophe and social trauma amongst unemployed working class men in a post-industrial community. Paper presented at the 17th International Forum of Psychoanalysis, Mexico City.

    Jimenez, L. (2009). Redundant ex-steel male bodies? Exploring psychosocially the embodied effects of redundancy on male identities. Paper presented at the Telling Bodies Conference, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain.

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