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Men on the margins? Reflections on recruiting and engaging men in reproduction research
(Methodological Innovations, 2019-03-05)
While social science research into reproduction is a vibrant and growing field of scholarly activity, the majority of research is conducted with women and focusses on women’s lives. Reproduction research which does focus ...
What do men perceive to be the ‘right time’ for parenthood? Past literature and future explorations
The vast majority of research, discussion and debate regarding reproductive timings is concerned with women. This may overemphasise female responsibility, leaving men’s positions and behaviours neglected. Despite a growing ...
Get Digital: Impact Study
(The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, England and Wales, 2012)
Making the Journey to Learning and Work.
(Pier Professional, 2010)
Endometriosis: Improving the wellbeing of couples, Summary report and recommendations
(De Montfort University, 2013-10-01)
The impact of endometriosis on planning for and having children: findings from the Endopart Study
(Journal of Fertility Counselling, 2014)
'I don’t know what sex is like without pain’: the impact of endometriosis on sexual relationships in couples
Background Endometriosis is a common, chronic, disabling condition of unknown aetiology which affects an estimated 5-15% of women worldwide. Common symptoms include dysmenorrhoea, heavy menstrual bleeding, pelvic pain, ...
A survey of UK fertility clinics' approach to surrogacy arrangements
This paper draws on the findings of the first survey of surrogacy arrangements in Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) licensed fertility clinics since 1998. Given the complex social, ethical and legal issues ...
Men and reproductive timings: perceptions, intentions and future imaginaries
The sociology of human reproduction is a vibrant and growing field, and the phenomenon of ‘delayed childbearing’, or reproductive timings, is a particularly topical area of study. However, the vast majority of research ...
The Care Programme Approach and Adult Learning
(Pavlion Journals Volume 13, Issue 2, Hove, 2009)