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October 2016 - October 2020
For mobile workers accessing hygiene facilities is challenging as public and commercial facilities are not readily available, use may come at a financial cost and workers may need to seek permission. Workers often rely on the goodwill of people in private homes, develop their own workarounds or avoid using facilities. For mobile workers, lack of hy...
Temporal trajectories of health, illness, and disability - from biographical change to micro embodied practices within social time - are important strands within medical sociology and disability studies. Drawing upon a UK based qualitative study using diaries and follow-up interviews to explore everyday life with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), thi...
This article explores how solicited paper diaries, and the accompanying materials, are carefully handled over the course of one research project. It foregrounds the value of attending to mundane moments with research materials, by tracing tangible material encounters together with intimate fieldnote reflections. Through drawing upon theories of mat...
‘Public’ toilets are crucial to our social and geographical landscape, and access to them has become prominent in recent public and academic debates. Drawing on a qualitative study based on 25 daily diaries and follow-up interviews with people living with the common health condition irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), this paper explores toilet access...