Dr Lindsay O’Dell, Autism Publications

Brownlow,C. And O’Dell,L. (in press) ‘Hard wired at the factory’? Autism as a form of biological citizenship. in Orsini,M. And Davidson,J. (eds) Critical autism studies: enabling inclusion, defending difference. University of Minnesota Press: Minnesota, USA.

Bertilsdotter Rosqvist,H., Brownlow,C., and O’Dell,L. (in press) Exploring the potential for social networking among people with autism: Challenging dominant ideas of ‘friendship’. Scandinavian Journal of Disability Research

Brownlow,C., O’Dell,L. and Bertilsdotter Rosqvist,H. (2013) Challenging representations of autism: Exploring possibilities for broadcasting the self on YouTube. Journal of Developmental Disability

Bertilsdotter Rosqvist,H., Brownlow,C., and O’Dell.L. (2012) Mapping the social geographies of autism – on- and off-line narratives of neuro-shared and separate spaces. Disability & Society doi 10.1080/09687599.2012.714257

Brownlow, C. and O’Dell,L. (2009) Critiques of theory of mind.  Intellectual and Developmental Disorders 47(6): 473-478

Brownlow,C. and O’Dell,L. (2006)  Constructing an autistic identity: AS voices online.  Mental Retardation 44(5): 315-321.

O’Dell,L. and Brownlow,C. (2006) Analysing media representations of the safeness/dangerousness of MMR. British Journal of Learning Disabilities 33(4): 194-199

Brownlow,C. and O'Dell,L. (2002) Ethical issues in researching online communities. Disability and Society 17(6): 685-694

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