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The interaction of age and gender in illness narratives (2008)
Journal Article
Seale, C., & Charteris-Black, J. (2008). The interaction of age and gender in illness narratives. Ageing and Society, 28(07), 1025-1045. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0144686X0800737X

Recognition of the greater capacity of older women to draw on supportive social networks has now supplemented an earlier focus of research into gender and ageing which portrayed older men as a 'privileged gerontocracy' because of their greater access... Read More about The interaction of age and gender in illness narratives.

The interaction of class and gender in illness narratives (2008)
Journal Article
Seale, C., & Charteris-Black, J. (2008). The interaction of class and gender in illness narratives. Sociology, 42(3), 453-469. https://doi.org/10.1177/0038038508088835

Perspectives on gender and identity that emphasize variability of performance, local context and individual agency have displaced earlier paradigms.These are now perceived to have supported gender stereotypes and language ideologies by emphasizing ge... Read More about The interaction of class and gender in illness narratives.

The effect of joint interviewing on the performance of gender (2008)
Journal Article
Seale, C., Charteris-Black, J., Dumelow, C., Locock, L., & Ziebland, S. (2008). The effect of joint interviewing on the performance of gender. Field Methods, 20(2), 107-128. https://doi.org/10.1177/1525822X07313837

The authors report a series of controlled comparisons of fifty-eight one-to-one qualitative interviews and thirty-seven mixed-sex joint interviews on the same health-related topics. Their analysis identifies comparative keyword frequencies and is sup... Read More about The effect of joint interviewing on the performance of gender.