Meredith Nash
Meredith Nash
Associate Professor in Sociology, University of Tasmania
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Making'postmodern'mothers: pregnant embodiment, baby bumps and body image
M Nash
Springer, 2012
Weighty matters: Negotiating ‘fatness’ and ‘in-betweenness’ in early pregnancy
M Nash
Feminism & psychology 22 (3), 307-323, 2012
“You don't train for a marathon sitting on the couch”: Performances of pregnancy ‘fitness’ and ‘good’motherhood in Melbourne, Australia
M Nash
Women's studies international forum 34 (1), 50-65, 2011
Twenty-Something Girls v. Thirty-Something Sex And The City Women: Paving the way for “post? feminism”
M Nash, R Grant
Feminist Media Studies 15 (6), 976-991, 2015
The challenges of participant photography: A critical reflection on methodology and ethics in two cultural contexts
L Murray, M Nash
Qualitative Health Research 27 (6), 923-937, 2017
Shapes of motherhood: exploring postnatal body image through photographs
M Nash
Journal of Gender Studies 24 (1), 18-37, 2015
Caring during COVID‐19: A gendered analysis of Australian university responses to managing remote working and caring responsibilities
M Nash, B Churchill
Gender, Work & Organization 27 (5), 833-846, 2020
Picturing mothers: A photovoice study of body image in pregnancy
M Nash
Health Sociology Review 23 (3), 242-253, 2014
Squeezed between identity politics and intersectionality: A critique of ‘thin privilege’in Fat Studies
M Nash, M Warin
Feminist Theory 18 (1), 69-87, 2017
What style of leadership do women in STEMM fields perform? Findings from an international survey
M Nash, A Davies, R Moore
PloS one 12 (10), e0185727, 2017
Gender on the ropes: An autoethnographic account of boxing in Tasmania, Australia
M Nash
International Review for the Sociology of Sport 52 (6), 734-750, 2017
Brides N'Bumps: A critical look at bridal pregnancy identities, maternity wedding dresses, and post-feminism
M Nash
Feminist Media Studies 13 (4), 593-612, 2013
Oh baby, baby:(Un) veiling Britney Spears' pregnant body
M Nash
Bodies: Physical & Abstract 19, 2005
Reading Lena Dunham's Girls
M Nash, I Whelehan
Feminism, Postfeminism, Authenticity and Gendered Performance in …, 2017
‘Working out’for two: performances of ‘fitness’ and femininity in Australian prenatal aerobics classes
M Nash
Gender, Place & Culture 19 (4), 449-471, 2012
‘I was completely oblivious to gender’: an exploration of how women in STEMM navigate leadership in a neoliberal, post-feminist context
M Nash, R Moore
Journal of Gender Studies 28 (4), 449-461, 2019
Exploring the health-promoting potential of the “parkrun” phenomenon: what factors are associated with higher levels of participation?
V Cleland, M Nash, MJ Sharman, S Claflin
American Journal of Health Promotion 33 (1), 13-23, 2019
Reflections on teaching gender to Australian sociology undergraduates in the neoliberal postfeminist classroom
M Nash
Journal of Sociology 49 (4), 411-425, 2013
Selling health and fitness to sporty sisters: A critical feminist multi-modal discourse analysis of the Lorna Jane retail website
M Nash
Sociology of sport journal 33 (3), 219-229, 2016
‘I just think something like the “Bubs and Pubs” class is what men should be having’: Paternal subjectivities and preparing for first-time fatherhood in Australia and the …
T Miller, M Nash
Journal of Sociology 53 (3), 541-556, 2017
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