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A thematic synthesis of the experiences of adults living with hemodialysis (2016)
Journal Article
Seymour, J., Jones, C., & Reid, C. (2016). A thematic synthesis of the experiences of adults living with hemodialysis. Clinical journal of the American Society of Nephrology, 11(7), (1206-1218). doi:10.2215/CJN.10561015. ISSN 1555-9041

Background and objectives In-center dialysis patients spend significant amounts of time on the dialysis unit; additionally managing ESKD affects many aspects of life outside the dialysis unit. To improve the care provided to patients requiring hemodi... Read More

More than putting on a performance in commercial homes: merging family practices and critical hospitality studies (2015)
Journal Article
Seymour, J. (2015). More than putting on a performance in commercial homes: merging family practices and critical hospitality studies. Annals of leisure research, 18(3), 414-430. doi:10.1080/11745398.2015.1078247

Critical hospitality studies and family studies have shown a developing theoretical convergence predicated by the ‘social turn’ in the study of hospitality. Recent hospitality research on ‘Commercial Homes’ has drawn strongly on Goffman's concept of... Read More

Towards a sociology of 10–12 year olds? Emerging methodological issues in the ‘new’ social studies of childhood (2012)
Journal Article
McNamee, S., & Seymour, J. (2013). Towards a sociology of 10–12 year olds? Emerging methodological issues in the ‘new’ social studies of childhood. Childhood, 20(2), (156-168). doi:10.1177/0907568212461037. ISSN 0907-5682

This article reports on an analysis of 320 empirical research articles published between 1993 and 2010 in three of the leading ‘childhood’ journals. The study looked to establish the potential samples used in accounts of empirical researc... Read More

Keeping it in the Family: Conducting Research Interviews with your own Family Members (2011)
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Seymour, J. (2011). Keeping it in the Family: Conducting Research Interviews with your own Family Members. Researching Families and Relationships: Reflections on Process, 90 - 92. Palgrave Macmillan

As a family researcher I am writing about a project which came literally close to home; one that involved interviewing members of my own family.  I focus mostly on the process of interviewing them and the issues that emerged from this.  I a... Read More

Family Hold Back:Displaying Families in the Single-Location Home/Workplace (2011)
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Seymour, J. (2011). Family Hold Back:Displaying Families in the Single-Location Home/Workplace. Displaying families: a new concept for the sociology of family life, 160 - 174. Palgrave Macmillan

This chapter, in keeping with the overall aim of this volume, takes up Finch?s invitation to assess and develop the new concept of „Displaying Families? (Finch 2007). It aims particularly, as proposed in the original article, to use empirical d... Read More

On Not Going Home at the End of the Day: Spatialised Discourses of Family Life in Single Location Home/Workplaces (2010)
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Seymour, J. (2010). On Not Going Home at the End of the Day: Spatialised Discourses of Family Life in Single Location Home/Workplaces. Geographies of Children, Youth and Families: An International Perspective, 108 - 120. Routledge

This chapter draws on a study of family practices in family-run hotels, pubs and discourse therefore „allows the researcher to map the doing of family life is revealed as a and boarding houses in the UK. One focus of the research is the spatial... Read More

Treating the hotel like a home: the contribution of studying the single location home/workplace (2007)
Journal Article
Seymour, J. (2007). Treating the hotel like a home: the contribution of studying the single location home/workplace. Sociology, 41(6), (1097-1114). doi:10.1177/0038038507082317. ISSN 0038-0385

This article contributes to research on the dynamic of space and social life by examining a comparatively uncommon, configuration; that of the single location home/workplace, It draws on an empirical study of family-run hotels, pubs and boarding hous... Read More