Publications

Submitted
Malacrida C. A Special Hell: Life in a Total Institution for 'Mental Defectives' in Alberta's Eugenic Years. Toronto: University of Toronto Press; Submitted.
2013
Malacrida C, Boulton T. The Best Laid Plans? Women’s Choices, Expectations and Experiences in Childbirth. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine. 2013.
2012
Malacrida C. Bodily Practices as Vehicles for Dehumanization in an Institution for ‘Mental Defectives’. Special Issue "Embodied Action, Embodied Theory: Understanding the Body in Society." Societies. 2012;2:286-301.
Malacrida C. Mothers with Disabilities: Implications for Theory and Practice. In: The Routledge Handbook of Disability Studies. New York and London: Routledge; 2012.
Malacrida C. Relational teaching and mothers with disabilities: Bridging the public/private, dependency/nurturance divides. In: Mothering a bodied curriculum: Emplacement, desire, affect. Toronto, Ontario: University of Toronto Press; 2012.
Malacrida C, Boulton T. Women's perceptions of childbirth "choices": Competing discourses of motherhood, sexuality, and selflessness. Gender & Society. 2012;26:748-772.
2011
Boulton T, Malacrida C. Women and Cosmetic Breast Surgery: Weighing the Medical, Social and Lifestyle Risks. Qualitative Health Research. 2011.
2010
Malacrida C. Parents with Disabilities. In: Canadian Families Today: New Perspectives. Toronto: Oxford University Press USA; 2010.
Malacrida C. Understanding Income Support Policy in Canada and the United Kingdom: Women's Narratives and Critical Discourse Analysis. Disability & Society. 2010;25:673-686.
2009
Malacrida C. ‘The AISH Review is a Big Joke’: Contradictions of Policy Participation and Consultation in a Neoliberal Context. Disability & Society. 2009;24:5-18.
Malacrida C. Gendered Ironies in Home Care: Surveillance, Gender Struggles and Infantilization. International Journal of Inclusive Education. 2009:1-20.
Malacrida C. How Do I Change His Nappy? Disabled Mothers and Cybercommunity. In: The Body as Social Icon. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America; 2009.
Malacrida C. Performing motherhood in a disablist world: dilemmas of motherhood, femininity and disability. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education. 2009;23:99-117.
Malacrida C. Services for Mothers with Disabilities: Surveillance, Gender Struggles and Infantilization. In: Sociology in a Changing World. Athens, Greece: Athens Institute for Education and Research; 2009.
2007
Malacrida C. Negotiating the Dependency/Nurturance Tightrope: Dilemmas of Disabled Motherhood. Canadian Review of Sociology. 2007;144:469-493.
Malacrida C. Reflexive Journaling on Emotional Research Topics: Issues for Team Researchers. Qualitative Health Research. 2007;17:1329-1339.
2005
Malacrida C. Discounted Memories, Marginal Narratives: Oral Histories from Former Inmates of an Institution for 'Mental Defectives', in Memories in Action: The Role of Memories in Social Change. Rome, Italy; 2005.
Malacrida C. Ambiguity, Risk and Blame: Critical Responses to Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS). Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social sTudy of Health, Illness and Medicine. 2005;9:417-424.
Malacrida C. Discipline and Dehumanization in a Total Institution: Institutional Survivors’ Descriptions of Time-Out Rooms. Disability & Society. 2005;20:523-237.
Malacrida C. Discipline and Dehumanization in a Total Institution: Institutional Survivors’ Descriptions of Time-Out Rooms. Disability & Society. 2005;20:523-237.
2004
Malacrida C. Medicalization, Collaboration and Social Control: Educators and ADD/ADHD. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine. 2004;8:61-80.
2003
Malacrida C. Cold Comfort: Mothers, Professionals and ADD. Toronto: University of Toronto Press; 2003.
2001
Malacrida C. Motherhood, Resistance and Attention Deficit Disorder. Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology. 2001;38:141-165.
2000
Malacrida C. Never enough: Discourses of good mothering and Attention Deficit Disorder. Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association Annual Meetings. 2000.
1999
Malacrida C. Complicating Mourning: The Social Economy of Perinatal Death. Qualitative Health Research. 1999;9:504-519.
1997
Malacrida C. Perinatal Death: Helping Parents Find Their Way. Journal of Family Nursing. 1997;3:130-148.