Gareth Thomas
Gareth Thomas
Lecturer in Sociology, Cardiff University
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Parenting and digital media: from the early web to contemporary digital society
D Lupton, S Pedersen, GM Thomas
Sociology Compass 10 (8), 730-743, 2016
Threats and thrills: pregnancy apps, risk and consumption
GM Thomas, D Lupton
Health, Risk & Society 17 (7-8), 495-509, 2016
Playing pregnancy: the ludification and gamification of expectant motherhood in smartphone apps
GM Thomas, D Lupton
M/C Journal 18 (5), 2015
Towards a sociology of risk work: A narrative review and synthesis
NK Gale, GM Thomas, R Thwaites, S Greenfield, P Brown
Sociology Compass 10 (11), 1046-1071, 2016
‘It’s not that bad’: stigma, health, and place in a post-industrial community
GM Thomas
Health & place 38, 1-7, 2016
‘The appy for a happy pappy’: expectant fatherhood and pregnancy apps
GM Thomas, D Lupton, S Pedersen
Journal of Gender Studies 27 (7), 759-770, 2018
Down’s Syndrome Screening and Reproductive Politics: Care, choice, and disability in the prenatal clinic
GM Thomas
Routledge, 2017
Keeping the backdoor to eugenics ajar?: Disability and the future of prenatal screening
GM Thomas, BK Rothman
AMA journal of ethics 18 (4), 406-415, 2016
Cooling the mother out: revisiting and revising Goffman's account
GM Thomas
Symbolic Interaction 37 (2), 283-299, 2014
An elephant in the consultation room?: configuring Down syndrome in British antenatal care
GM Thomas
Medical anthropology quarterly 30 (2), 238-258, 2016
Ultrasound as a technology of reassurance? How pregnant women and health care professionals articulate ultrasound reassurance and its limitations
GM Thomas, J Roberts, FE Griffiths
Sociology of Health & Illness 39 (6), 893-907, 2017
Picture perfect:‘4D’ultrasound and the commoditisation of the private prenatal clinic
GM Thomas
Journal of Consumer Culture 17 (2), 359-377, 2017
Introduction: Disability, normalcy, and the everyday
GM Thomas, D Sakellariou
Disability, normalcy, and the everyday, 3-16, 2018
Prenatal screening for Down's syndrome: Parent and healthcare practitioner experiences
GM Thomas
Sociology Compass 8 (6), 837-850, 2014
Light, connectivity and place: young people living in a post-industrial town
GM Thomas, E Elliott, E Exley, G Ivinson, E Renold
cultural geographies 25 (4), 537-551, 2018
Doing gender in a hospital setting: Reflections of a male researcher
GM Thomas
Sociological Research Online 22 (2), 190-203, 2017
In/exclusion in the clinic: Down’s syndrome, dysmorphology and the ethics of everyday medical work
GM Thomas, J Latimer
Sociology 49 (5), 937-954, 2015
The Making, Mapping and Mobilising in Merthyr project: young people, research and arts activisms in a postindustrial place
E Renold, G Ivinson, G Thomas, E Elliott
Imagining Regulation Differently: Co-creating Regulation for Engagement, 127-143, 2020
The everyday work of healthcare professionals: an ethnography of screening for down's syndrome in UK antenatal care
GM Thomas
Cardiff University, 2014
Dis-mantling stigma: Parenting disabled children in an age of ‘neoliberal-ableism’
GM Thomas
The Sociological Review 69 (2), 451-467, 2021
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