Women Seafarers

Acejo, I. and Abila, S.S. (2016) 'Rubbing out gender: women and merchant ships'Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 5(2): 123-128. DOI: 10.1108/JOE-01-2016-0004.

Thomas, M., Bloor, M. and Little, K. (2013) 'Sexual risk among female workers on cruise ships', WMU Journal of Maritime Affairs, 12(1): 87-97.DOI 10.1007/s13437-013-0037-6.  

Kitada, M. (2010) 'Women Seafarers and their Identities', PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.

Thomas, M. (2004) ‘Get yourself a proper job girlie!’: recruitment, retention and women seafarers’, Maritime Policy & Management, 31(4): 309-318, ISSN 0308-8839.

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

Thomas, M. (2003) ‘Get Yourself a Proper Job Girlie’: Women Seafarers, recruitment and retention’. SIRC Symposium 2003, Cardiff University, September 19th, ISBN 1-900174-22-7.

Thomas, M. (2003) ‘The sexual health of women working on board cruise ships’, Health Education Journal, 62(2): 293-303. DOI: 10.1177/001789690306200402.

Zhao, M. (2003) ‘Women Man the Fleets’, Lloyds International Cruise Shipping, December, Issue 66, pp 10-11.

Zhao, M. (1998) ‘Women Seafarers in the EC: A Preliminary Report based on German and UK Case Studies’, Cardiff: SIRC, June 1998, ISBN 1-900174-01-9.

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