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Parental engagement with complementary feeding information in the United Kingdom: A qualitative evidence synthesis (2023)
Journal Article
Spurlock, K., Deave, T., Lucas, P. J., & Dowling, S. (in press). Parental engagement with complementary feeding information in the United Kingdom: A qualitative evidence synthesis. Maternal and Child Nutrition, https://doi.org/10.1111/mcn.13553

Complementary feeding is the process of introducing solid foods to milkā€fed infants (also known as weaning). Current UK guidance states that complementary feeding should occur around 6 months but not before 4 months. This systematic review explores h... Read More about Parental engagement with complementary feeding information in the United Kingdom: A qualitative evidence synthesis.

Experiences of parents of trans young people: A qualitative literature review (2023)
Presentation / Conference
Hubbard, R. (2023, July). Experiences of parents of trans young people: A qualitative literature review. Paper presented at Sexualities and Social Work International Conference 2023, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow

Despite the perception that the experiences of parents of trans children and young people is under-researched there is a growing body of evidence gathered using qualitative methodologies from the US, Canada, the UK, Italy, Australia and Ireland, part... Read More about Experiences of parents of trans young people: A qualitative literature review.

Exploring the interaction between online practices and offline domestic food practices in family homes: Implications for food waste reduction campaigns (2023)
Thesis
Ridgway, A. Exploring the interaction between online practices and offline domestic food practices in family homes: Implications for food waste reduction campaigns. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository.worktribe.com/output/10307861

Food waste is a significant problem in the food system, contributing to the environmental impact of food production and distribution as well as food inequality. In the UK and other high-income countries, a high proportion of the food waste in the foo... Read More about Exploring the interaction between online practices and offline domestic food practices in family homes: Implications for food waste reduction campaigns.

Candles (2022)
Book Chapter
Sobers, S. (2022). Candles. In Sway of Shadows Response: Black Men Reminiscing (42 - 43). Taunton: Black Pansophy Books

In this short auto-ethnographic essay, Sobers uses material culture as a doorway into a deeply personal reflection. Focusing on a pair of candles given to him by his late brother, the chapter leads the reader through the complexity of family dynamics... Read More about Candles.

Divided by Law (2021)
Digital Artefact
(2021). Divided by Law. [Film and website content]

Captured just before and during the Coronavirus outbreak and in the lead up to Brexit, 'Divided by Law' bears witness to binational families and couples trying to cope with the UK's hostile immigration environment.

Relationships at risk: Family migration, regulation and communication (2019)
Presentation / Conference
Agusita, E. (2019, March). Relationships at risk: Family migration, regulation and communication. Paper presented at Risky Relationships: Navigating Immigration Regulation in Family and Intimate Relationships, Arnolifini, Bristol, UK

This paper reflects on the findings of a research study investigating the communications practices of partners and families geographically separated due to restrictive UK immigration controls. The study examined the nature and effects of cross-border... Read More about Relationships at risk: Family migration, regulation and communication.