The Impact of Technology on Seafarers' Lives (Downloadable)

Sampson, H. (2012) ‘Technology at sea goes global’, ITF Seafarers’ Bulletin, 2012 (26), pp 17-18.

Galam, R. (2011) 'Navigating Lives: The Spatiotemporality of the Gender Identity, Agency and Subjectivity of Filipino Seamen's Wives', PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.

Sampson, H. and Tang, L. (2011) 'New Shipboard Technology and Training Provision for Seafarers', Cardiff: SIRC, October, ISBN 1-900174-41-3.

Tang, L. and Sampson, H. (2011) 'Training and Technology: Findings from the Questionnaire Study', SIRC Symposium 2011, Cardiff University 6-7 July, ISBN 1-900174-39-1.

Tang, L. (2009) ‘Training and technology: potential issues for shipping’, SIRC Symposium 2009, Cardiff University, 8-9 July, ISBN 1-900174-36-7.

Bailey, N. (2008) 'Passing ships' information', The Sea, Issue 192, Mar/Apr.

Sampson, H. (2006) 'Learning at sea', The Sea, London: Mission to Seafarers, Issue 179, Jan/Feb, pp 4-5.

Tang, L. (2006) 'On-line support and help for seafarers' partners', The sea, issue 180, Mar/Apr, p 4.

Bailey, N. (2005) ‘Training, technology and AIS: Looking beyond the box’, SIRC Symposium, Cardiff University, July, ISBN 1-900174-26-X.

Belcher, P. (2004) ‘If it works properly, the benefits of AIS could be huge’, The Sea, London: Mission to Seafarers, Issue 169, May/Jun, pp 4-5.

Kahveci, E. (1999) ‘Fast Turnaround Ships And Their Impact On Crews’, Cardiff: SIRC, October, ISBN 1-900174-05-7.

Davies, A.J. and Parfett, M.C. (1998) ‘Seafarers and The Internet - E-mail and Seafarers' Welfare’, May, ISBN 1-900174-01-8.

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