Dr Mark Jamieson


NameDr Mark Jamieson
Job titleSenior Lecturer
Email addressm.a.jamieson@uel.ac.uk
Research instituteSchool of Education & Communities

Research outputs

Displacement, Language Loss and Identity in Eastern Nicaragua

Jamieson, M. Displacement, Language Loss and Identity in Eastern Nicaragua. in: The Anthropology of Displaced Communities Sean Kingston Publishing. pp. 125-145

Theodicy and Lovindeer’s ‘Wild Gilbert’ on Nicaragua’s Mosquito Coast

Jamieson, M. 2019. Theodicy and Lovindeer’s ‘Wild Gilbert’ on Nicaragua’s Mosquito Coast. Suomen Antropologi: Journal of the Finnish Anthropological Society. 43 (2), pp. 88-91.

Cocaine Money, Cement Houses, and New Residential Arrangements in a Coastal Miskitu Village

Jamieson, M. 2019. Cocaine Money, Cement Houses, and New Residential Arrangements in a Coastal Miskitu Village. in: Baracco, L. (ed.) Indigenous Struggles for Autonomy: The Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua Lexington Books. pp. 181-199

Nutritional status and the influence of TV consumption on female body size ideals in populations recently exposed to the media

Jucker, Jean-Luc, Thornborrow, Tracey, Beierholm, Ulrik, Burt, D. Michael, Barton, Robert A., Evans, Elizabeth H., Jamieson, M., Tovée, Martin J. and Boothroyd, Lynda G. 2017. Nutritional status and the influence of TV consumption on female body size ideals in populations recently exposed to the media. Scientific Reports. 7, p. Art. 8438.

Television exposure predicts body size ideals in rural Nicaragua

Boothroyd, Lynda G., Jucker, Jean-Luc, Thornborrow, Tracey, Jamieson, M., Burt, D. Michael, Barton, Robert A., Evans, Elizabeth H. and Tovee, Martin J. 2016. Television exposure predicts body size ideals in rural Nicaragua. British Journal of Psychology. 107 (4), pp. 752-767.

Persistent Cultures: Miskitu Kinship Terminological Fluidity

Lyon, Stephen M., Jamieson, M. and Fischer, Michael D. 2015. Persistent Cultures: Miskitu Kinship Terminological Fluidity. Structure and dynamics : eJournal of anthropological and related sciences. 8 (1).

Human preferences for sexually dimorphic faces may be evolutionarily novel

Scott, Isabel M., Clark, Andrew P., Josephson, Steven C., Boyette, Adam H., Cuthill, Innes C., Fried, Ruby L., Gibson, Mhairi A., Hewlett, Barry S., Jamieson, M., Jankowiak, William, Honey, P. Lynne, Huang, Zejun, Liebert, Melissa A., Purzycki, Benjamin G., Shaver, John H., Snodgrass, J. Josh, Sosis, Richard, Sugiyama, Lawrence S., Swami, Viren, Yu, Douglas W., Zhao, Yangke and Penton-Voak, Ian S. 2014. Human preferences for sexually dimorphic faces may be evolutionarily novel. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 111 (40), pp. 14388-14393.

Contracts with Satan: Relations with 'Spirit Owners' and Apprehensions of the Economy among the Coastal Miskitu of Nicaragua

Jamieson, M. 2009. Contracts with Satan: Relations with 'Spirit Owners' and Apprehensions of the Economy among the Coastal Miskitu of Nicaragua. Durham Anthropology Journal. 16 (2), pp. 44-53.

Language and the Process of Socialisation Amongst Bilingual Children in a Nicaraguan Village

Jamieson, M. 2007. Language and the Process of Socialisation Amongst Bilingual Children in a Nicaraguan Village. Durham Anthropology Journal. 14 (1).
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