Family Life

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

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. 

Tang, L. (2012) '"In the name of love": Learning through online support'Convergence: The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 18(4): 465-472. DOI: 10.1177/1354856512439505.

Turgo, N. (2012) '"Bugabug ang dagat (Rough seas)": Experiencing Foucault's heterotopia in fish trading houses', Social Science Diliman, 8(1): 31-62.

Tang, L. (2012) ‘Waiting together: Seafarer-Partners in Cyberspace’, Time & Society, 21(2): 223-240. DOI: 10.1177/0961463X10387690.

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

Gould, E. (2010) 'Towards a Total Occupation: A Study of UK Merchant Navy Officer Cadetship', PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.

Tang, L. (2010) 'Empowering or Disempowering: Online Support among Seafarer-Partners', Sociological Research Online, 15(2): 1-12.

Tang, L. (2010) ‘Development of Online Friendship in Different Social Spaces: A Case Study’, Information, Communication & Society, 13(5): 615-633. DOI: 10.1080/13691180902998639.

Turgo, N. (2010) '"Bugabug ang Dagat": Local Life in a Fishing Community in the Philippines', PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.

Tang, L. (2009) ‘Shaping feelings in Cyberspace: the Case of Chinese Seafarer-Partners’, Emotion, Space and Society, 2(2): 104-110. DOI: 10.1016/j.emospa.2009.08.004.

Tang, L. (2007) 'Coping with Separation, Chinese Seafarer-Partners in Cyberspace', PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.

Tang, L. (2007) 'The 'presence' of absent seafarers: Predicaments of Chinese seafarer-partners', SIRC Symposium, Cardiff University, July, ISBN 1-900174-31-6.

Tang, L. (2006) 'On-line support and help for seafarers partners', The Sea, Issue 180, Mar/Apr.

Thomas, M. and Bailey, N. (2009) ‘Out of Time: Work, Temporal Synchrony and families’. Sociology, 43(4): 613-630. DOI: 10.1177/0038038509105411.

Thomas, M. and Bailey, N. (2006) 'Square pegs in round holes? Leave periods and role displacement in UK-based seafaring families', Work, Employment and Society, 20(1): 129-149. DOI: 10.1177/0950017006061277.

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.

Thomas, M., Sampson, H. and Zhao, M. (2005) Finding a balance: companies, seafarers and family life, International Maritime Transport:Perspectives, edited by H. Leggate, J. McConville, and A. Morvillo, London: Routledge, pp 89-109.

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

Thomas, M. (2003) ‘Recruitment and retention: bringing families into the picture’ ANAVE (Associacion de Navieros Espanoles) Bulletin, April, pp 10-13. (In Spanish).

Thomas, M., Sampson, H. and Zhao, M. (2003) ‘Finding a balance: companies, seafarers and family life’, Maritime Policy and Management, 30(1): 59-76. DOI: 10.1080/0308883032000051630.

Thomas, M., Sampson, H. and Zhao, M., (2001) ‘Behind the Scenes: Seafaring and Family Life’, SIRC Symposium Proceedings 2001, Cardiff: SIRC, pp 117-143, ISBN 1-900174-16-2.

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