Publications: Williams, Anita
Williams, A. and Donaghue, N. (2010) ‘Now that's a fair dinkum academic debate, but this affects people's lives’: a discursive analysis of arguments for and against the provision of warnings about potential side effects of SSRIs in a public debate. Critical Public Health, 20 (1). 15 - 24.
Williams, A. (2010) The importance of distinguishing between the theoretical attitude and the natural scientific attitude in the discipline of psychology. Studia Phaenomenologica, 10 . pp. 235-250.
Williams, A., Donaghue, N. and Rapley, M. (2006) ‘Now that’s fair dinkum academic debate, but this affects real people’s lives’: Managing stake, categorisation and accountability in a ‘medico-academic debate’. In: 35th Annual Meeting of the Society of Australasian Social Psychologists (SASP), 20-23 April 2006, Canberra, Australia.
Williams, A. (2014) Perceiving Sensible Things: Husserl and the Act of Perception. In: Učník, Lubica, Chvatík, Ivan and Williams, Anita, (eds.) The Phenomenological Critique of Mathematisation and the Question of Responsibility. Springer, pp. 197-209.
Učník, L., Chvatík, I. and Williams (eds.), A. (2015) The phenomenological critique of mathematisation and the question of responsibility: Formalisation and the life-world. Springer, Cham.
Williams, Anita Jane (2010) Psychology and Natural Science: The Relation Between the Natural Scientific Attitude, the Theoretical Attitude and the Life-World in Ethnomethodology and Phenomenology. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.