Seafarers' Working & Living Conditions

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

Sampson, H., Acejo, I. (2023) The port-based welfare needs of women seafarers, Cardiff: SIRC. 

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

Sampson, H., Turgo, N., Acejo, I., Ellis, N., Tang, L. (2019) 'Between a rock and a hard place': the implications of lost autonomy and trust for professionals at sea, Work, Employment and Society, 33(4): 648-665, DOI: 10.1177/0950017018821284  

Sampson, H., Ellis, N., Acejo, I., Turgo, N., Tang, L. (2018) 'The working and living conditions of seafarers on cargo ships in the period 2011-2016', Cardiff: SIRC, October, ISBN: 1-900174-20-2.  

Turgo, N. (2017) 'Why selfie matters in the maritime industry?' AMET Maritime Journal, pp4-11

Sampson, H. (2016) "Seabirds Matter More Than Us!" Understanding the Complex Exercise of CSR in the Global Shipping IndustryJournal of Sustainable Mobility, 3(2): 101-119, DOI 10.9774/GLEAF.23502016de.00007.

Sampson, H. and Ellis, N. (2015) ‘Elusive corporate social responsibility (CSR) in global shipping’, Journal of Global Responsibility, 6(1): 80-98, DOI 10.1108/JGR-08-2014-0028.

Ellis, N., Sampson, H., Acejo, I., Tang, L., Turgo, N. and Zhao, Z. (2012) 'Seafarer Accommodation on Contemporary Cargo Ships, Cardiff: SIRC, December, ISBN: 1-900174-43-X.

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, 33(7): 973-986. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9566.2011.01347.x.

Bailey, N., Ellis, N. and Sampson, H. (2011) 'Living and Working Conditions in the Large Yacht Sector', SIRC Symposium, Cardiff University 6-7 July, ISBN 1-900174-39-1.

Bailey, N., Ellis, N. and Sampson, H. (2010) 'SIRC Report to the PYA on Living and Working Conditions Aboard Yachts', Cardiff: SIRC, commissioned by the Professional Yachtsmen's Association, August.

Ellis, N, (2010) ‘Seafarers’ Well-Being – The role of ship design. Seaways, January 2010, pp 14-16.

Ellis, N. (2009) ‘Life at Sea: Room for Improvement?', Nautilus International Telegraph, London: August 2009, pg 24-25.

Ellis, N. (2009) 'Vessel design and the wellbeing of seafarers', SIRC Symposium, Cardiff University, 8-9 July, ISBN 1-900174-36-7.

Bailey, N. (2007) 'Changing views - the world through a porthole', The Sea, issue 187, May/June, p 4.

Kahveci, E. (2007) 'Welfare services for seafarers', SIRC Symposium, Cardiff University, July, ISBN 1-900174-31-6.

Kahveci, E. (2006) ‘A Union Ship is a Happy Ship’, Seafarers’ Bulletin, The Journal of the International Transport Workers’ Federation, No 20, pp 34-36.

Kahveci, E. (2006) ‘Agreements Deliver’, Transport International, The Journal of the International Transport Workers’ Federation, Issue 22, January.

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

Gekara, V. (2006) 'Recruits in need of a better deal', The Sea, issue 181, May/Jun, p 4.

Kahveci, E. (2006) ‘Neither at sea nor ashore: the abandoned crew of the Obo Basak’ Annuaire de droit maritime, University of Nantes, France, pp 279-320.

Sampson, H. (2003) ‘Transnational drifters or hyperspace dwellers: an exploration of the lives of Filipino seafarers aboard and ashore’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 26(2): 253-277. DOI: 10.1080/0141987032000054420. Reproduced in H Beynon and T Nichols (Eds) (2006) Patterns of Work in the Post Fordist Era, Fordism and Post-Fordism, Volume II, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp 612-636, ISBN 1-84542-324-0.

Kahveci, E. (2005) ‘Abandoned seafarers: the case of Obo Basak’, SIRC Symposium, Cardiff University, July, ISBN 1-900174-26-X.

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

Sampson, H. (2004) ‘Global wages for global workers’, The Sea, London: Mission to Seafarers, Issue 167, Jan/Feb, pp 4-5.

Thomas, M. (2004) ‘All in a day’s work for seafarers?’, The Sea, London: Mission to Seafarers, Issue 170, Jul/Aug, pp 4-5.

Sampson, H., (2003) ‘Powerful unions vulnerable workers: the representation of seafarers in the global labour market’, Brazilian Congress of Anthropologists and Sociologists (ANPOCS), 21-15 October.

Kahveci, E. (2003) ‘Are Car Carriers Different?: Seafarers’ life/work balance’, Seaways, December.

Kahveci, E. (2003) ‘Seafarers are Different? A Comparison of Car Carrier Crews and Car Factory Workers’, SIRC Symposium 2003, Cardiff University, September 19th, ISBN 1-900174-22-7.

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.

Amante, M.S.V. (2003) ‘How much do Filipino seafarers get paid?’ Seaway Shipping Digest, pp 9-11, September.

Kahveci, E. (2000) ‘Fast Turnaround Ships and their Impact on Crews’, Seaways, The International Journal of the Nautical Institute, March.

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

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