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Thomas, Gareth 2018. The zero trimester: pre-pregnancy care and the politics of reproductive risk, by Miranda R. Waggoner [Book Review]. American Journal of Sociology 124 (3) , pp. 932-934.
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Thomas, Gareth, Elliott, Eva, Exley, Eve, Ivinson, Gabrielle and Renold, Emma 2018. Light, connectivity, and place: young people living in a post-industrial town. Cultural Geographies 25 (4) , pp. 537-551. 10.1177/1474474018762811
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Thomas, Gareth and Sakellariou, Dikaios 2018. Introduction: Disability, normalcy and the everyday. In: ed. Disability, Normalcy, and the Everyday, Routledge,

Thomas, Gareth and Sakellariou, Dikaios Thomas, Gareth and Sakellariou, Dikaios, eds. 2018. Disability, normalcy, and the everyday. Routledge.

Latimer, Joanna and Thomas, Gareth 2017. Editorial: The politics of reproduction and parenting cultures: procreation, pregnancy, childbirth, and childrearing. Sociology of Health and Illness 39 (6) , pp. 811-815. 10.1111/1467-9566.12603
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Thomas, Gareth, Roberts, Julie and Griffiths, Frances 2017. Ultrasound as a technology of reassurance?: How pregnant women and health care professionals articulate ultrasound reassurance and its limitations. Sociology of Health and Illness 39 (6) , pp. 893-907. 10.1111/1467-9566.12554
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Thomas, Gareth Martin 2017. Picture perfect: ‘4D’ ultrasound and the commoditisation of the private prenatal clinic. Journal of Consumer Culture 17 (2) , pp. 359-377. 10.1177/1469540515602300
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Thomas, Gareth 2017. Doing gender in a hospital setting: reflections of a male researcher. Sociological Research Online 22 (2) , pp. 1-14. 10.5153/sro.4307
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Thomas, Gareth, Lupton, Deborah and Pedersen, Sarah 2017. ‘The appy for a happy pappy’: Expectant fatherhood and pregnancy apps. Journal of Gender Studies 27 (7) , pp. 759-770. 10.1080/09589236.2017.1301813
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Thomas, Gareth 2017. Down's Syndrome screening and reproductive politics: care, choice, and disability in the prenatal clinic. Routledge Studies in the Sociology of Health and Illness, London: Routledge.

Thomas, Gareth 2017. Decision-making by expectant parents: NIPT, NIPD, and current methods of prenatal screening for Down’s Syndrome (Evidence Review). [Project Report]. Nuffield Council on Bioethics. Available at: http://nuffieldbioethics.org/wp-content/uploads/Ga...
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Gale, Nicola, Thomas, Gareth, Thwaites, Rachel, Greenfield, Sheila and Brown, Patrick 2016. Towards a sociology of risk work: a narrative review and synthesis. Sociology Compass 10 (11) , pp. 1046-1071. 10.1111/soc4.12416
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Lupton, Deborah, Pedersen, Sarah and Thomas, Gareth 2016. Parenting and digital media: from the early web to contemporary digital society. Sociology Compass 10 (8) , pp. 730-743. 10.1111/soc4.12398/full
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Thomas, Gareth Martin and Rothman, Barbara Katz 2016. Keeping the backdoor to eugenics ajar?: Disability and the future of prenatal screening. AMA Journal of Ethics 18 (4) , pp. 406-415. 10.1001/journalofethics.2016.18.04.stas1-1604

Thomas, Gareth Martin 2016. An elephant in the consultation room? Configuring Down Syndrome in British antenatal care. Medical Anthropology Quarterly 30 (2) , pp. 238-258. 10.1111/maq.12222
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Thomas, Gareth Martin 2016. ‘It’s not that bad’: stigma, health, and place in a post-industrial community. Health & Place 38 , pp. 1-7. 10.1016/j.healthplace.2015.12.001
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Sakellariou, Dikaios and Thomas, Gareth 2016. Disability and everyday worlds. Presented at: 76th annual meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Vancouver, Canada, 29 March- 2 April 2016.

Thomas, Gareth Martin and Lupton, Deborah 2016. Threats and thrills: pregnancy apps, risk, and consumption. Health, Risk & Society 17 (7-8) , pp. 495-509. 10.1080/13698575.2015.1127333
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Latimer, Joanna Elizabeth and Thomas, Gareth Martin 2015. In/exclusion in the clinic: Down's Syndrome, dysmorphology, and the ethics of everyday medical work. Sociology 49 (5) , pp. 937-954. 10.1177/0038038515588470
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Thomas, Gareth Martin and Lupton, Deborah 2015. Playing pregnancy: the ludification and gamification of expectant motherhood in Smartphone apps. M/C Journal 18 (5)
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Thomas, Gareth Martin 2015. Un/inhabitable worlds: the curious case of Down’s syndrome. Somatosphere 2015 (29 Jul)
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Thomas, Gareth Martin 2014. Prenatal screening for down’s syndrome: parent and healthcare practitioner experiences. Sociology Compass 8 (6) , pp. 837-850. 10.1111/soc4.12185
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Thomas, Gareth Martin 2014. Cooling the mother out: revisiting and revising Goffman's account. Symbolic Interaction 37 (2) , pp. 283-299. 10.1002/SYMB.91
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Thomas, Gareth Martin 2014. The everyday work of healthcare professionals: an ethnography of screening for down's syndrome in UK antenatal care. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Thomas, Gareth Martin 2013. The continuing value of Erving Goffman: you follow? [Online]. Cardiff Ethnography. Available at: http://cardiffethnography.blogspot.co.uk/
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Thomas, Gareth Martin and Banks, Timothy 2013. 'We aren't racing a fair race': Rawls, Sen, and the Paralympic Games. Sociological Research Online 18 (3) , 14. 10.5153/sro.3123
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Thomas, Gareth Martin 2013. Fat chances? The obesity problem in Tamworth. [Online]. Cost of Living Blog. Available at: http://www.cost-ofliving.net/fat-chances-the-obesi...
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Thomas, Gareth Martin 2012. Rethinking Disability: Bodies, Senses, and Things, by Michael Schillmeier [Book Review]. The Sociological Review 60 (3) , pp. 575-577. 10.1111/j.1467-954X.2012.02108.x
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Thomas, Gareth Martin 2012. Beyond tagging, poking, and throwing sheep: Using Facebook in social research. Qualitative Researcher (14) , pp. 8-10.
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Davies, Sophie, Thomas, Gareth Martin and Rucinska, Karolina 2012. Review: The House of Beasts' Symposium: Enquiries into the human and the animal. Darwin Festival, Shropshire Wildlife Trust, Shrewsbury, 18th February 2012. Humanimalia: A Journal of Human/Animal Interface Studies 4 (1) , pp. 136-143.
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