Items where Theme is "Subjects / Themes > H Social Sciences > HQ The family. Marriage. Woman"
- University Themes (101)
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Number of items at this level: 11.
|Adam, AE, Griffiths, M, Keogh, C, Moore, K, Richardson, H and Tattersall, AL 2006, 'Being an ’it’ in IT: gendered identities in IT work' , European Journal of Information Systems, 15 (4) , pp. 368-378. Item not available from this repository.|
|Adam, AE, Howcroft, D and Richardson, HJ 2004, 'A decade of neglect: reflecting on gender and IS' , New Technology, Work And Employment, 19 (3) , pp. 222-240. Item not available from this repository.|
|Chesney, M and Davies, SE 2005, 'Women's birth experiences in Pakistan: the importance of the Dai' , Evidence Based Midwifery, 3 (1) , pp. 26-32.|
|Davys, D and Haigh, CA 2007, 'Older parents of people who have a learning disability: perceptions of future accomodation needs' , British Journal Of Learning Disabilities, 36 (1) , pp. 66-72.|
|Featherstone, VA 1996, 'A feminist critique of family therapy' , Counselling Psychology Quarterly, 9 (1) , pp. 15-23. Item not available from this repository.|
|Lindsay, S 2004, 'The influence of the 'spaces of everyday life' on pregnancy health' , The Canadian Geographer / Le Géographe Canadien, 48 (1) , pp. 35-51. Item not available from this repository.|
|Long, T and Johnson, M 2001, 'Living and coping with excessive infantile crying' , Journal of Advanced Nursing, 34 (2) , pp. 155-162. Item not available from this repository.|
|Wray, J 2006, 'Seeking to explore what matters to women about postnatal care' , British Journal of Midwifery, 14 (5) , pp. 246-254.|
|Wray, J and Hastings-Asatourian, B 2005, The Manchester and Salford Sure Start Plus pilot programme: A baseline evaluation. SCNMCR Report: 12 , Project Report, University of Salford, Salford.|
|Davis, CM 2003, Housing associations: rehousing women leaving domestic violence: new challenges and good practice , The Policy Press, Bristol. Item not available from this repository.|
|Sudbery, J 2009, Human growth and development: An introduction for social workers , Student Social Work , Routledge, London, New York. Item not available from this repository.|