The Impact of Globalisation on Seafarers and their Families (Downloadable)

Turgo, N. (2023) The ship as home: Homemaking practices amongst Filipino seafarers at sea, Mobilities, DOI: 0.1080/17450101.2023.2257396. 

Turgo, N. (2021) Manning the waves: Masculinity shift amongst Filipino seafarers in the age of precarity, Gender Work Organ., 1–17, DOI: 10.1111/gwao.12710.  

Turgo, N. (2020) 'Temporalities at sea: Fast time and slow time onboard ocean-going merchant vessels, Ethnography, DOI: 10.1177/1466138120923371.  

Sampson, H. and 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. 

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

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.

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

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

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

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