Current affiliation: De Montfort UniversitySubject: SociologyPrimary location: United Kingdom
Published in:Third World QuarterlyPublication date:2011-09-01
What does embodiment mean for people who gain impairments post-conflict? What role do the emotions play and why do they become important to underst...
Published in:Sociology of Health & IllnessPublication date:2015-07-28
This is a book review of an collection edited by Tom Shakespeare about international disability research done today.
Published in:Disability & SocietyPublication date:2010-10-01
Published in:Disability & SocietyPublication date:2015-01-26
This is a book review of an edited collection on gun violence, disability and the links to recovery. It was funded by the Norwegian government and ...
Published in:Africa TodayPublication date:2011-12-01
This article details what 'disability' means in post-conflict Sierra Leone, how such conceptions are not fixed and furthermore became linked to 'vi...
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2014-01-01
This is a short and simple explanation of how to use mixed methods in a post-conflict environment.
Published in:Disability & SocietyPublication date:2015-05-28
We need to explore the relationship between disability and conflict and understand the structural processes that lead to conflict and disability.
Published in:Disability & SocietyPublication date:2014-04-14
This is a book review of Native American communities on health and disability: borderland dialogues.
Published in:Disability & SocietyPublication date:2010-11-19
How do you come to terms with inequality and exploitation researching disability in a post-conflict state?
Published in:Scandinavian Journal of Disability ResearchPublication date:2011-11-01
This article presents ethnographic research in Sierra Leone with people with disabilities. I explore ethical challenges faced in research and the ...
Published in:International Journal of Nursing StudiesPublication date:2007-07-01
Published in:African Conflict and Peacebuilding ReviewPublication date:2012-04-01
Why are postwar initiatives always top-down? Is that true democracy? Does that promote true participation? We raise some questions based on our fie...
Published in:Social Science & MedicinePublication date:2015-03-01
Published in:SociologyPublication date:2015-02-03
In the UK, fathers from Black and Minority Ethnic backgrounds have multiple pressures to do with resisting racism, countering gender stereotypes of...
Published in:Journal of Medical EthicsPublication date:2005-08-01
Published in:Health An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health Illness and MedicinePublication date:2016-07-24
This article examines how fathers understand screening for sickle cell during antenatal care and why many of their questions become ethically cruci...
Published in:Disability Studies QuarterlyPublication date:2011-10-12
Published in:Disability in the Global SouthPublication date:2016-01-01
This article challenges the narrow and short term public health focus on disability in conflict. In line with the changing nature of conflicts, Naw...
Published in:Disability & SocietyPublication date:2016-02-24
An opinion piece questioning where disability has been in humanitarian discourses and practices linked to the Ebola epidemic and people termed Ebol...
Published in:Public Health ResearchPublication date:2016-07-01
Published in:The Journal of African HistoryPublication date:2016-06-09
Published in:Journal of Medical EthicsPublication date:2006-02-01