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Grant, Aimee, Morgan, Melanie, Mannay, Dawn and Gallagher, Dunla 2019. Understanding health behaviour in pregnancy and infant feeding intentions in low-income women from the UK through qualitative visual methods and application to the COM-B (Capability, Opportunity, Motivation - Behaviour) model. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 19 , 56. 10.1186/s12884-018-2156-8
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Grant, Aimee, Morgan, Melanie, Gallagher, Dunla and Mannay, Dawn 2018. Smoking during pregnancy, stigma and secrets: visual methods exploration in the UK. Women and Birth 10.1016/j.wombi.2018.11.012
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Mannay, Dawn, Creaghan, Jordon, Gallagher, Dunla, Marzella, Ruby, Mason, Sherelle, Morgan, Melanie and Grant, Aimee 2018. Negotiating closed doors and constraining deadlines: the potential of visual ethnography to effectually explore private and public spaces of motherhood and parenting. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 47 (6) , pp. 758-781. 10.1177/0891241617744858
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Mannay, Dawn, Creaghan, Jordon, Gallagher, Dunla, Mason, Sherelle, Morgan, Melanie and Grant, Aimee 2018. ‘Watching what I’m doing, watching how I’m doing it’: Exploring the everyday experiences of surveillance and silenced voices among marginalised mothers in Welsh low-income locales. In: Taylor, Tiffany and Bloch, Katrina eds. Marginalized Mothers, Mothering from the Margins, Advances in Gender Research, vol. 25. Bingley: Emerald,

Grant, Aimee, Mannay, Dawn, Morgan, Melanie, Gallagher, Dunla and Marzella, Ruby 2017. Qualitative interviews as a collaborative space: lessons from visual research methods to encourage a more participatory approach. Presented at: British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2017, University of Manchester, UK, 4-7 April 2017.
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Grant, Aimee, Mannay, Dawn and Morgan, Melanie 2017. Reducing researcher dominance in qualitative interviewing: the intersection of the novel and the mundane. Presented at: Third Annual Qualitative Research Symposium, University of Bath, Bath, UK, 1 February 2017.
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Mannay, Dawn, Grant, Aimee, Morgan, Melanie, Gallagher, Dunla and Marzella, Ruby 2017. Transitions in pregnancy and new motherhood: changing nappies and changing subjectivities. Presented at: British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2017, Manchester University, UK, 4-6 April 2017.
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Mannay, Dawn and Morgan, Melanie 2015. Doing ethnography or applying a qualitative technique? Reflections from the 'waiting field'. Qualitative Research 15 (2) , pp. 166-182. 10.1177/1468794113517391
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Mannay, Dawn and Morgan, Melanie 2015. Reflections from the waiting field: engendering quality time in qualitative research. Presented at: Quality in Qualitative Research and Enduring Problematics, Bath, UK, 27 January 2015.
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Morgan, Melanie 2015. Class, motherhood and mature studentship: (re)constructing and (re)negotiating subjectivity. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Mannay, Dawn and Morgan, Melanie 2014. Doing ethnography or applying a qualitative technique?: Reflections from research with non-traditional, mature students in the ‘waiting field’. Presented at: Society for Research into Higher Education, Celtic Manor, Newport, Wales, 9 December 2014.
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Mannay, Dawn and Morgan, Melanie 2014. Rethinking academic sisterhood: reflections on relationships between women in research practice and within the ivory tower. Presented at: Rethinking Sisterhood: The Affective Politics of Women’s Relationships FWSA Interim Conference, Bristol University, Bristol, UK, 13 September 2014.
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Mannay, Dawn and Morgan, Melanie 2013. Anatomies of inequality: considering the emotional cost of aiming higher for marginalised, mature, mothers re-entering education. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education 19 (1) , pp. 57-75. 10.7227/JACE.19.1.5
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