The Impact of Globalisation on Seafarers and their Families

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Sampson, H. and 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.

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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. and Zhao, M. (2004) The global seafarer: living and working conditions in a globalized industry, 224 pp, Geneva: ILO, ISBN 92-2-112713-3.

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

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.

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

Sampson, H. and 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.

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