Tagged with British Sociological Association

My BSA presentation: A methodological strategy for conducting Qualitative Secondary Analysis across datasets

Last week I attended the British Sociological Association annual conference, which was hosted by Glasgow Caledonian University. It was a really enjoyable conference with a fascinating array of presentations that stimulated my thinking about my own research project about men’s longitudinal care responsibilities. I attended sessions in the Lifecourse and Families and Relationships streams for … Continue reading

A lovely review of Contemporary Grandparenting in Network 2013

Professor Bob Broad of London South Bank University has written a lovely review of Contemporary Grandparenting: Changing family relationships in global contexts, edited by Sara Arber and Virpi TimonenĀ in the British Sociological Associations newsletter Network (Issue 113, Spring 2013). My own chapter on grandfathering and grandfathering identities even gets a brief mention! You can read … Continue reading