Recent publications

  • Books

    • Esther Dermott with Main, G. (eds.) (2017) Poverty and Social Exclusion, Bristol : Policy Press
    • Tina Miller (forthcoming), Making Sense of Parenthood: Caring, Gender and Family Lives, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
    • Susan Milner (2015), Comparative employment relations, Palgrave
    • Giovanna Rossi with Scabini, E (2016) (eds.), L’allungamento della vita. Una risorsa per la famiglia, un’opportunità per la società, n.28, Vita&Pensiero : Milan
    • Allan Westerling with Sparrman, A., Lind J. and Dannesboe K. (eds.) (2017), Doing Good Parenthood. Ideals and Practices of Parental Involvement: Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Family and Intimate Life, Palgrave Macmillan : Basingstoke

    Journal articles

    • Maria Letizia Bosoni and Sarah Baker (2015), The intergenerational transmission of fatherhood: perspectives from the UK and Italy, Families, Relationships and Societies, Volume 4, Number 2, pp. 239-251.
    • Esther Dermott (2016), Non-resident fathers in the UK: Living standards and social support, Journal of Poverty and Social Justice, Volume 24, Number 2, pp. 113-125.
    • Esther Dermott with Boyer, K., James, A. and MacLeavy, J. (2016), Regendering care in the aftermath of recession?, Dialogues in Human Geography
    • Esther Dermott with Pomati, M. (2016), ‘Good' parenting practices: how important are poverty, education and time pressure?, Sociology, Volume 50, Number 1, pp.125-142
    • Caroline Gatrell with Cooper, C. (2016), A sense of entitlement? Fathers, mothers and organizational support for family and career, Community Work and Family, Volume 19, Number 2, pp. 134-147.
    • Caroline Gatrell with Burnett, S., Cooper, C. and Sparrow, P. (2015), The Price of Love: The Prioritisation of child care and income earning among UK fathers, Families, Relationships and Society, 4:2, 225–238.
    • Jonathan Ives (2015), Theorising the Deliberative Father: Compromise, progress and striving to do fatherhood well, Families, Relationships and Societies, Volume 4, Number 2, pp. 281-294.
    • Jonathan Ives (2015), Men, Maternity and Moral Residue: Negotiating the moral demands of the transition to first time fatherhood, Sociology of Health and Illness, Volume 36, Number 7, pp. 1003–1019
    • Fiona Shirani (2015), ‘I’m bringing back a dead art’: continuity and change in the lives of young fathers, Families, Relationships and Societies, Special Issue on Continuity and Change in Fatherhood, Volume 4, Number 2, pp. 253-266.
    • Sara Mazzucchelli with Addabbo T., Cardinali V., Giovannini D (2016), Italy, Update of Country notes, in A. Koslowski, S. Blum, P. Moss (eds.), 12th International Review of Leave Policies and Related Research 2016, pp.120-202.
    • Sara Mazzucchelli and Maria Letizia Bosoni (2016), Is the family really an outdated institution in Italy as well in Europe? Findings from the European Values Study, Social Theory, Empirics, Policy and Practice, Number 13, pp. 24-40
    • Sara Mazzucchelli and Giovanna Rossi (2015), "I'd like to but I can't": The Implementation of the Italian Act on Parental Leave, in T. Miller, E. Dermott (eds.), Fatherhood, caring and paid work: patterns of change and continuity, Special issue of Families, Relationships and Societies, Volume 4, Number 2, pp. 295-308.
    • Tina Miller with Nash, M. (2016), ‘I just think something like the “Bubs and Pubs” class is what men should be having’: Paternal subjectivities and preparing for first-time fatherhood in Australia and the United Kingdom, Journal of Sociology, DOI: 10.1177/1440783316667638 
    • Tina Miller and Esther Dermott (2015), Contemporary fatherhood: continuity, change and future (Editorial), Families, Relationships and Societies, Volume 4, Number 2, pp. 179-181
    • Susan Milner and Abigail Gregory (2015),   Fathers, care and family policy in France: an unfinished revolution?Families, Relationships and Societies, Volume 4, Number 2, pp. 197-208.
    • Giovanna Rossi with Carrà, E. (2016), The Relational Approach and The Family, STEPP (Social, theory, empirics, policy and practice), Number 13, pp.7-23.
    • Giovanna Rossi with Bramanti, D. and Meda S.G. (2016), Intergenerational Exchanges and Social Networks of Italian Active Elders: A Quantitative Analysis, The International Journal of Aging and Society, Volume 6, Issue 4, pp.27-45.
    • Allan Westerling (2015), Reflexive fatherhood in everyday life: the case of DenmarkFamilies, Relationships and Societies, Volume 4, Number 2, 209-223.
    • Therése Wissö and Lars Plantin (2015), Fathers and parental support in everyday family life: Informal support in Sweden beyond the welfare state, Families, Relationships and Societies, Volume 14, Number 2, pp. 267-280.

    Book chapters

    • Maria Letizia Bosoni with Crespi I. and Ruspini E. (2016), Between change and continuity: fathers and work-family balance in Italy, in I. Crespi, E. Ruspini (eds.) Balancing Work and Family in a Changing Society. The Fathers’ Perspective, Palgrave Macmillan
    • Esther Dermott (2016) Doing Good Parenthood: Reflexivity, practices and relationships in A. Sparrman, A. Westerling, J. Lind, K. Ida Dannesbo (eds.), Doing Good Parenthood: Ideals and Practices of Parental Involvement, Palgrave Macmillan
    • Esther Dermott and Tina Miller (eds.) (2015), ‘Contemporary Fatherhood’, Special issue of Families, Relationships and Societies
    • Esther Dermott and Tina Miller (2015), ‘More than the sum of its parts: Contemporary fatherhood, is anything new?’ in Families, Relationships and Societies, Volume 4, Number 2, pp. 179-181
    • Caroline Gatrell with Hassan, M. F., and Downs, C. (forthcoming), Muted Masculinities – ethical and personal challenges for male qualitative researchers interviewing women in C. Cassell, A. Cunliffe, G. Grandy (eds.), Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research.
    • Caroline Gatrell with Stovell, C., Collinson, D. and Radcliffe, L., (forthcoming), Re-thinking Work-life balance and Well-being from the Perspective of Fathers, in M. Leiter, C.L. Cooper (eds.), Routledge Companion to Wellbeing at Work
    • Lars Plantin (2015), Fathering across work and family life. On contemporary fatherhood in Sweden, in J. Roopnarine (ed.), Fathering across culture. The Importance, Roles, and Diverse Practices of Dads, Santa Barbara : Praeger Press.
    • Sara Mazzucchelli, Giovanna Rossi and Maria Letizia Bosoni (2017), The importance of the family as an institution. Findings from an Italian survey, in V. Česnuitytė, D. Lück, E. Widmer (eds.), Family continuity and change, Palgrave Macmillan.
    • Susan Milner with Chawla-Duggan, R. (forthcoming), Researching young children’s perspectives on fathers using visual technologies.
    • Giovanna Rossi with Bramanti, D. (2016), Gli scambi tra le generazioni: tre profili di anziani attivi a confronto, Rapporto sulla condizione anziana, in A.M. Melloni, M. Trabucchi (eds.), L’anziano attivo, 6° Rapporto sulla vita nelle età avanzate, Fondazione Leonardo, Maggioli Editore.
    • Allan Westerling (2017), Parenthood and We-ness in Everyday Life : Parenting Together Apart, in A. Sparrman, A. Westerling, J. Lind & K.I. Dannesboe (Eds.), Doing Good Parenthood. Ideals and Practices of Parental Involvement: Palgrave Macmillan Studies in Family and Intimate Life, Palgrave Macmillan : Basingstoke, pp. 127-136
    • Allan Westerling (2017), Familien og opdragelsen (The Family and Parenting), in P. Østergaard Andersen & T. Ellegaard (Eds.), Klassisk og moderne pædagogisk teori. (Klassic and Modern Pedagical Theories), 3rd Edition, Hans Reitzel : Copenhagen, pp. 503-521
    • Allan Westerling with Nielsen, S. B. (2016),  Familieliv under forandring, in S. Baagøe Nielsen (Ed.), Køn, seksualitet og mangfoldighed, Samfundslitteratur.