The Impact of Globalisation on Seafarers and their Families

Sampson, H., Acejo, I. (2016) Keeping your seat warm’: the role of seafarers’ wives in the maintenance of social status and societal place', in Qingwen Xu and Lucy Jordan (eds) Migrant workers: Social Identity, Occupational Challenges and Health Practices, New York: Nova Science Publishers, ISBN: 978-1-63485-301-9 (e-book), Part III (9), pp 137-154. 

Gekara, V., Acejo, I., Sampson, H. (2013) 'Re-imaginining Global Union Representation Under Globalisation: A Case of Seafaring Labour and the Nautilus International Cross-border Merger', Global Labour Journal, 4 (3): 167-185. DOI: 10.15173/glj.v4i3.1139  

Sampson, H. (2013) 'Globalisation, Labour Market Transformation and Migrant Marginalisation: the Example of the Transmigrant Seafarers in Germany', Journal of International Migration and Integration, 14 (4): 751-765, DOI 10.1007/s12134-012-0266-0.

Bailey, N., Winchester, N. (2012) ‘Islands in the stream: Revisiting methodological nationalism under conditions of globalisation’, Sociology, 46(4): 712-727. DOI: 10.1177/0038038511425563

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

Bloor, M. (2011) 'An essay on health capital and the Faustian bargains struck by workers in the globalised shipping industry', Sociology of Health & Illness, vol 33 (7) pp 1-14 doi. 10.1111/j.1467-9566.2011.01347x.

Gekara, V. (2008) 'Globalisation, State Strategies and the Shipping Labour Market, The UK's Response to Declining Seafaring Skills', PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.

Gekara, V. (2007) 'Increasing shipping skills in the UK: 'Bursting' the industry myth of diminishing interest', SIRC Symposium, Cardiff University, July, ISBN 1-900174-31-6.

Sampson, H. and Bloor, M. (2007) 'When Jack gets out the box: the problems of regulating a global industry' Sociology, 41(3): 551-569. DOI:  10.1177/0038038507076623

Sampson, H., Schroeder, T. (2006) ‘In the wake of the wave: globalization, networks, and the experiences of transmigrant seafarers in northern Germany’ Global Networks, 6(1): 61-80. DOI: 10.1111/j.1471-0374.2006.00133.x

Kahveci, E., Nichols, T., (2006) ‘The Other Car Workers’, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 211, ISBN 1-4039-4191-2.

Sampson, H. (2005) ‘Left High and Dry? The lives of women married to seafarers in Goa and Mumbai’, Ethnography, 6(1): 61-85. DOI: 10.1177/1466138105055661 

Alderton, T., Bloor, M., Kahveci, E., Lane, T., Sampson, H., Thomas, M., Winchester, N., Wu, B., Zhao, M. (2004) The global seafarer: living and working conditions in a globalized industry, 224 pp, ILO, Geneva, ISBN 92-2-112713-3.

Amante, M.S.V. (2003) 'Philippine Global Seafarers: A Profile', SIRC: Cardiff University.

Belcher, P., Sampson H., Thomas M., Veiga J., Zhao M. (2003) Women Seafarers – Global employment policies and practices, International Labour Office: Geneva ISBN 92-2-113491-1.

Bloor, M. (2003) ‘Problems of Global Governance: Port-State control and ILO conventions’, SIRC Symposium, Cardiff

Sampson, H., Wu, B. (2003) ‘Compressing Time and Constraining Space: The Contradictory Effects of ICT and Containerization on International Shipping Labour’, International Review of Social History, 48(11): 123-152. DOI: 10.1017/S0020859003001299

Amante, M.S.V. (2003) ‘Bitter Sweet Life for Philippine Seafarers in the Rough Seas of the Global Labour Market’. Philippine Journal of Labor and Industrial Relations.

Thomas, M. (2003) ‘Lost at Sea and Lost at Home: the Predicament of Seafaring Families’. Seafarers International Research Centre, Cardiff University. ISBN 1-900174-18-9.

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