All Stories

  1. Why do so many women still take their husbands name when they marry?
  2. How couples live in modern Britain, and how we might understand this
  3. Why do personalised weddings end up the same?
  4. Why do women live apart from their partners? ('Live apart together - LAT)
  5. How do people who live apart together (LAT) maintain their relationships, and how do they view this
  6. Why do people live apart together?
  7. Legal rights for people who ‘Live Apart Together’?
  8. Using elderly data theoretically: personal life in 1949/1950 and individualisation theory
  9. People who live apart together (LATs): new family form or just a stage?
  10. Was personal life traditional in the 1950s?
  11. Personal Life, Pragmatism and Bricolage
  12. People Who Live Apart Together (LATs) – How Different are They?
  13. New Families? Tradition and Change in Modern Relationships
  14. Are British families individualised? A geographical assessment
  15. Mothering, Class and Rationality
  16. The Social Patterning of Values and Rationalities: Mothers' Choices in Combining Caring and Employment
  17. Mothers and child care: policies, values and theories
  18. Combining Lone Motherhood and Paid Work: The Rationality Mistake and Norwegian Social Policy
  19. Motherhood, Paid Work and Partnering: Values and Theories
  20. Geographies of family formations: spatial differences and gender cultures in Britain
  21. Policy Discourses on ‘Reconciling Work and Life’ in the EU
  22. Jane Millar and Karen Rowlingson (eds.) (2001), Lone Parents, Employment and Social Policy: Cross-national Comparisons, Bristol, Policy Press, xx + 299 pp., £45.00, £16.99 pbk.
  23. Family Geographies and Gender Cultures
  24. Lone Mothers, Paid Work and Gendered Moral Rationalities
  25. Just a Piece of Paper? Marriage and Cohabitation
  26. Simon Duncan and Rosalind Edwards, Lone Mothers and Paid Work, Macmillan, London, 1999, ix + 333 pp., £18.99, pbk.
  27. New Labour’s communitarianism, supporting families and the ‘rationality mistake’: Part II
  28. Supporting families? New Labour's communitarianism and the 'rationality mistake': Part I
  29. Lone Mothers, Paid Work and Gendered Moral Rationalities
  30. Jane Lewis (ed.), Lone Mothers in European Welfare Regimes, London, Jessica Kingsley Publishers, 1997, 224 pp., £35.00 hard, £14.95 paper.
  31. Editorial: The spatiality of gender—and the papers in this issue
  32. Simon Duncan and Rosalind Edwards (eds.), Single Mothers in an International Context, UCL Press, London, 1997, ix + 285 pp., £13.95 paper.
  33. Lone Mothers and Paid Work - Rational Economic Man or Gendered Moral Rationalities?
  34. Book reviews
  35. Women's and men's lives and work in Sweden
  36. Peter Malpass and Robin Means (eds.), Implementing Housing Policy, Open University Press, Milton Keynes, 1993, vi + 199 pp., £37.50, £12.99 paper.
  37. Book reviews
  39. Markets, states and housing provision: Four European growth regions compared
  40. City, State and Market: The Political Economy of Urban Society
  41. The Geography of Gender Divisions of Labour in Britain
  42. Do house prices rise that much? A dissenting view
  44. Housing policy and equality. Comparative study of tenure conversions and their effects
  45. Amendment to 'Development Gains and Housing Provision in Britain and Sweden'
  47. The Local State and Uneven Development: Behind the Local Government Crisis.
  48. Editor's introduction: Local research in Britain and Poland
  49. Uneven development and the difference that space makes
  50. Development Gains and Housing Provision in Britain and Sweden
  51. Removing local government autonomy: Political Centralisation and financial control
  52. The use and abuse of housing tenure
  53. Policy variations in local states: uneven development and local social relations*
  54. Housing provision in high growth regions. A comparative study of four European sub‐regions
  55. Book review
  56. Politics, Geography and Social Stratification
  57. Housing, States and Localities
  58. Local economic policies: Local regeneration or political mobilization?
  59. Mothers’ Work–Life Balance: Individualized Preferences or Cultural Construction?