Current affiliation: De Montfort UniversitySubject: SociologyPrimary location: United Kingdom
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:Health An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health Illness and MedicinePublication date:2016-08-19
Previous research has looked at how people create narratives (tell stories) to help them come to terms with chronic illness. Based on in-depth inte...
Published in:Social Science & MedicinePublication date:2010-06-01
The research based on questionnaires with 569 young people with sickle cell disease and 40 in-depth interviews found young people reporitng they we...
Published in:Ethnic and Racial StudiesPublication date:2013-07-26
Published in:British Educational Research JournalPublication date:2010-02-01
Young people with SCD miss considerable time from school, on average 16 days a year, a level that exceeds the 15 days beyond which schools and loca...
Published in:Sociology of Health & IllnessPublication date:2011-03-01
Sickle cell, habitual dys-positions and fragile dispositions
Young people with SCD are found to be habitually dys-positioned between the demands of the clinic for health maintenance through self-care, and the...
Published in:Social Theory & HealthPublication date:2015-01-28
Published in:Social Science & MedicinePublication date:2016-07-01
Published in:European Journal of Social TheoryPublication date:2018-02-21
The case of the sickle cell body in history