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My publications of 2015

I have to admit that in this post, I am shamelessly copying someone’s idea by listing my publications from last year (thanks to Deborah Lupton!) and shamelessly plugging my own work. That being said, in the context of a busy start to a potentially very busy year, it feels really positive to celebrate these achievements and also … Continue reading

Symposium announcement: Masculinities, roles and transitions: exploring diversity and well-being in the unfolding of men’s lives

Symposium announcement: Masculinities, roles and transitions: exploring diversity and well-being in the unfolding of men’s lives

University of Leeds, Tuesday 10th May, 2016, 9.30-5pm, Room TBC. I am delighted to announce that the Foundation for the Sociology of Health and Illness (FSHI) has funded a one-day symposium that will explore diversity and well-being in the unfolding of men’s lives. The symposium is a collaboration between the University of Leeds, Edinburgh Napier University, … Continue reading

New paper published in Qualitative Social Work – grandparents’ experiences of engaging with children’s services

I am pleased to announce a new publication that is now available in the Qualitative Social Work journal. In the paper ‘”You try to keep a brave face on it but inside you are in bits”: Grandparent experiences of engaging with professionals in Children’s Services’ my colleagues Brid Featherstone, Lindsay O’Dell, Claire Fraser and I, … Continue reading