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Brooks-Gordon, Belinda (2016) The sex conundrum. Liberator (381), pp. 18-19.
Cusick, L. and Brooks-Gordon, Belinda and Campbell, Rosie and Edgar, F. (2011) 'Exiting' drug use and sex work: career paths, interventions and government strategy targets. Drugs: Education Prevention and Policy 18 (2), pp. 145-156. ISSN 0968-7637.
Frost, N. and Nolas, S.M. and Brooks-Gordon, Belinda and Esin, C. and Holt, A. and Mehdizadeh, L. and Shinebourne, Pnina (2010) Pluralism in qualitative research: the impact of different researchers and qualitative approaches on the analysis of qualitative data. Qualitative Research 10 (4), pp. 441-460. ISSN 1468-7941.
Brooks-Gordon, Belinda (2010) Bellwether citizens: the regulation of male clients of sex workers. Journal of Law and Society 37 (1), pp. 145-170. ISSN 0263-323X.
Aresti, A. and Eatough, Virginia and Brooks-Gordon, Belinda (2010) Doing time after time: an interpretative phenomenological analysis of reformed ex-prisoners' experiences of self-change, identity and career opportunities. Psychology, Crime and Law 16 (3), pp. 169-190. ISSN 1068-316X.
Cusick, L. and Kinnell, H. and Brooks-Gordon, Belinda and Campbell, Rosie (2009) Wild guesses and conflated meanings: estimating the size of the sex worker population in Britain. Critical Social Policy 29 (4), pp. 703-719. ISSN 0261-0183.
Brooks-Gordon, Belinda (2008) State violence towards sex workers. British Medical Journal 337 (7669), ISSN 0959-8146.
Brooks-Gordon, Belinda (2015) Sexually harmful adults. In: Towl, G.J. and Crighton, D.A. (eds.) Forensic Psychology - 2nd Edition. Hoboken, U.S.: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 341-352. ISBN 9781118757789.
Segal, Lynne (2004) New battlegrounds: genetic maps and sexual politics. In: Brooks-Gordon, Belinda and Gelsthorpe, L. and Johnson, M. and Bainham, A. (eds.) Sexuality repositioned: diversity and the law. Oxford: Hart Publishing, pp. 65-83. ISBN 1 84113 489 9.
Brooks-Gordon, Belinda and Mai, N. and Perry, G. and Sanders, T. (2015) Production, income, and expenditure in commercial sexual activity as a measure of GDP in the UK national accounts. Project Report. Office for National Statistics, London, UK.