Prof Ian Tucker


NameProf Ian Tucker
Job titleProfessor
Email addressi.tucker@uel.ac.uk
Research institutePsychology

Research outputs

Organizing the sensory: Ear-work, panauralism and sonic agency on a forensic psychiatric unit

Brown, S., Kanyeredzi, A., Mcgrath, L., Reavey, P. and Tucker, I. 2019. Organizing the sensory: Ear-work, panauralism and sonic agency on a forensic psychiatric unit. Human Relations.

Temporalities of Mental Distress: Digital Immediacy and the Meaning of 'Crisis' in Online Support

Tucker, I. M. and Lavis, A 2019. Temporalities of Mental Distress: Digital Immediacy and the Meaning of 'Crisis' in Online Support. Sociology of Health & Illness. 41 (S1), pp. 132-146.

Affect Theory and the Concept of Atmosphere

Tucker, I., Brown, S., Kanyeredzi, A., Mcgrath, L. and Reavey, P. 2019. Affect Theory and the Concept of Atmosphere. Distinktion: Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory. 20 (1), pp. 5-24.

The atmosphere of the ward: Attunements and attachments of everyday life for patients on a medium-secure forensic psychiatric unit

Kanyeredzi, A., Brown, Steven D., McGrath, L. and Tucker, I. 2019. The atmosphere of the ward: Attunements and attachments of everyday life for patients on a medium-secure forensic psychiatric unit. The Sociological Review. 67 (2), pp. 444-466.

Deleuze, Simondon and the problem of psychological life

Tucker, I. 2018. Deleuze, Simondon and the problem of psychological life. Annual Review of Critical Psychology. 14, pp. 127-144.

Living ‘in between’ outside and inside: The forensic psychiatric unit as an impermanent assemblage

Tucker, I., Brown, Steven D., Kanyeredzi, A., McGrath, L. and Reavey, Paula 2018. Living ‘in between’ outside and inside: The forensic psychiatric unit as an impermanent assemblage. Health & Place. 55, pp. 29-36.

Agents and spectres: Life-space on a medium secure forensic psychiatric unit

Reavey, P., Brown, S.D., Kanyeredzi, A., McGrath, L. and Tucker, I. 2018. Agents and spectres: Life-space on a medium secure forensic psychiatric unit. Social Science & Medicine. 220, pp. 273-282.

Social media and mental health: A topological approach

Goodings, L. and Tucker, I. 2018. Social media and mental health: A topological approach. in: McGrath, Laura and Reavey, Paula (ed.) The Handbook of Mental Health and Space: Community and Clinical Applications Routledge.

Digitally Mediated Emotion: Simondon, Affectivity and Individuation

Tucker, I. 2018. Digitally Mediated Emotion: Simondon, Affectivity and Individuation. in: Sampson, Tony David, Maddison, Stephen and Ellis, Darren (ed.) Affect and Social Media: Emotion, Mediation, Anxiety and Contagion Rowman & Littlefield.

How do mental health services respond when child abuse or neglect become known? A literature review

Read, J., Harper, D., Tucker, I. and Kennedy, Angela 2018. How do mental health services respond when child abuse or neglect become known? A literature review. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. 27 (6), pp. 1606-1617.

Do adult mental health services identify child abuse and neglect? A systematic review

Read, J., Harper, D., Tucker, I. and Kennedy, Angela 2017. Do adult mental health services identify child abuse and neglect? A systematic review. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing. 27 (1), pp. 7-19.

Shifting landscapes of care and distress: A topological understanding of rurality

Tucker, I. 2017. Shifting landscapes of care and distress: A topological understanding of rurality. in: Soldatic, Karen and Johnson, Kelley (ed.) Disability and Rurality: Identity, Gender and Belonging Routledge. pp. 184-198

Digital atmospheres: affective practices of care in Elefriends

Tucker, I. and Goodings, L. 2017. Digital atmospheres: affective practices of care in Elefriends. Sociology of Health & Illness. 39 (4), pp. 629-642.

Experiencing the ‘surveillance society’

Ellis, D., Harper, D. and Tucker, I. 2016. Experiencing the ‘surveillance society’. Psychologist. 29 (9), pp. 682-685.

Medicated bodies: Mental distress, social media and affect

Tucker, I. and Goodings, L. 2016. Medicated bodies: Mental distress, social media and affect. New Media & Society. 20 (2), pp. 549-563.

Managing stress through the Stress Free app: Practices of self-care in digitally mediated spaces

Tucker, I. and Goodings, L. 2015. Managing stress through the Stress Free app: Practices of self-care in digitally mediated spaces. Digital Health. 1 (0).

Sensing Bodies and Digitally Mediated Distress

Tucker, I. and Goodings, L. 2015. Sensing Bodies and Digitally Mediated Distress. The Senses and Society. 9 (1), pp. 55-71.

Mediation and digital intensities: Topology, psychology and social media

Tucker, I. and Goodings, L. 2014. Mediation and digital intensities: Topology, psychology and social media. Social Science Information. 53 (3), pp. 277-292.

Social Psychology of Emotion

Ellis, D. and Tucker, I. 2014. Social Psychology of Emotion. SAGE Publications.

Topology and mental distress: Self-care in the life spaces of home

Tucker, I. and Smith, Lesley-Ann 2014. Topology and mental distress: Self-care in the life spaces of home. Journal of Health Psychology. 19 (1), pp. 176-183.

Social media and the co-production of bodies online: Bergson, Serres and Facebook's Timeline

Goodings, Lewis and Tucker, I. 2014. Social media and the co-production of bodies online: Bergson, Serres and Facebook's Timeline. Media, Culture & Society. 36 (1), pp. 37-51.

The Affective Atmospheres of Surveillance

Ellis, D., Tucker, I. and Harper, D. 2013. The Affective Atmospheres of Surveillance. Theory & Psychology. 23 (6), pp. 716-731.

The Dynamics of Impersonal Trust and Distrust in Surveillance Systems

Ellis, D., Harper, D. and Tucker, I. 2013. The Dynamics of Impersonal Trust and Distrust in Surveillance Systems. Sociological Research Online. 18 (3), p. 8.

Surveillance and subjectivity: Everyday experiences of surveillance practices

Harper, D., Tucker, I. and Ellis, D. 2013. Surveillance and subjectivity: Everyday experiences of surveillance practices. in: Ball, Kirstie and Snider, Laureen (ed.) The Surveillance-Industrial Complex: A Political Economy of Surveillance Routledge.

Transformative processes of agency: information technologies and the production of digitally mediated selves

Tucker, I., Ellis, D. and Harper, D. 2012. Transformative processes of agency: information technologies and the production of digitally mediated selves. Kultūra ir visuomenė: socialinių tyrimų žurnalas [Culture and Society: Journal of Social Research]. 3 (1), pp. 9-24.

Virtuality and Ernest Bloch: hope and subjectivity

Ellis, D. and Tucker, I. 2011. Virtuality and Ernest Bloch: hope and subjectivity. Subjectivity. 4 (4), pp. 434-450.

Somatic concerns of mental health service users: a specific tale of affect

Tucker, I. 2011. Somatic concerns of mental health service users: a specific tale of affect. Distinktion: Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory. 12 (1), pp. 23-35.

Mental health service user territories: Enacting 'safe spaces' in the community

Tucker, I. 2010. Mental health service user territories: Enacting 'safe spaces' in the community. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine. 14 (4), pp. 434-448.

"This is for life": a discursive analysis of the dilemmas of constructing diagnostic identities

Tucker, I. 2009. "This is for life": a discursive analysis of the dilemmas of constructing diagnostic identities. Forum Qualitative Sozialforschung / Forum: Qualitative Social Research. 10 (3).

Everyday spaces of mental distress: the spatial habituation of home

Tucker, I. 2009. Everyday spaces of mental distress: the spatial habituation of home. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space. 28 (3), pp. 526-538.
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