You can download outputs from the project here including
working papers and conference presentations.
Please contact Anna for a copy of any of these publications if you are unable to access them.
Tarrant, A. and Hughes, K. (under contract) Precarious Families, Marginalised Men: Telling Longitudinal Stories of Low-Income Family Life, Palgrave Pivot.
Hughes, K. and Tarrant, A. (forthcoming) Advances in Qualitative Secondary Analysis, London: Sage.
Tarrant, A. and Hughes, K. (2018) Qualitative Secondary Analysis: Building Longitudinal Samples to Understand Men’s Generational Identities in Low Income Contexts, Sociology, 0 (0),
Tarrant, A. (2018) Care in an age of austerity: men’s care responsibilities in low-income families, Ethics and Social Welfare, 12 (1): 34-28, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/17496535.2017.1413581
Tarrant, A. (2016) Getting out of the swamp? Methodological reflections on using qualitative secondary analysis to develop research design, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13645579.2016.1257678
Policy and Practice Briefings
Chapman, A. and Tarrant A. (2017) Exploring inequalities in the context of kinship care. Ark Ageing Programme Policy Brief. Based on the event Exploring inequalities in caring: grandparents’ experiences of kinship care from multiple perspectives, which was held on 7 June 2017.
Tarrant A. and Neale, B. (2017) Supporting Young Fathers in Welfare Settings: An Evidence Review of What Matters and What Helps, Responding to Young Fathers in a Different Way: Evidence Review. [Open access]
Tarrant, A. and Neale, B. (2017) (eds.) Learning to Support Young Dads, Responding to Young Fathers in a Different Way: Project Report. [Open access]
SAGE Methods Case
Tarrant, A. (2017) Researching Men’s Care Responsibilities in Low-Income Families Using Qualitative Secondary Analysis, http://methods.sagepub.com/case/mens-care-responsibilities-in-low-income-families-qualitative-analysis
Qualitative Secondary Analysis and research design: reflections on a methodological framework for data re-use: Working Paper – QSA
Report from the data sharing workshop with primary researchers from the Following Young Fathers and Intergenerational Exchange research teams, Data Sharing Workshop Report
‘Getting out of the swamp’: Realist research and qualitative secondary analysis, The State of the art of realist methodologies, Realism Leeds 2015.
British Sociological Association 2015, A strategy for exploring men’s care responsibilities in low-income localities using qualitative secondary analysis
Qualitative Longitudinal Methods: an advanced workshop, FLaG, University of Leeds, June 2015, A methodological strategy for working effectively across qualitative longitudinal datasets as a secondary researcher