Publications

Journal Articles

  1. & Exploring intergenerational, intra-generational and transnational patterns of family caring in minority ethnic communities: the example of England and Wales. International Journal of Care and Caring 3(1), 75-96.
  2. & A co-produced method to involve service users in research: the SUCCESS model. BMC Medical Research Methodology 19(1)
  3. & A critical review and development of a conceptual model of exclusion from social relations for older people. European Journal of Ageing
  4. & The welsh Welsh – Y Cymry cymreig: A study of cultural exclusion among ruraldwelling older people using a critical human ecological framework. International Journal of Ageing and Later Life 12(2), 1-33.
  5. & The impact of residential immobility and population turnover on the support networks of older people living in rural areas: Evidence from CFAS Wales. Population, Space and Place 24, e2132
  6. & Social support networks of older migrants in England and Wales: the role of collectivist culture. Ageing and Society, 1-25.
  7. & A Social Model of Loneliness: The Roles of Disability, Social Resources, and Cognitive Impairment. The Gerontologist, gnw125
  8. & Dementia and Imagination: a mixed-methods protocol for arts and science research. BMJ Open 6(11), e011634
  9. & Older People’s External Residential Assessment Tool (OPERAT): a complementary participatory and metric approach to the development of an observational environmental measure. BMC Public Health 16(1)
  10. & Transnational Relationships and Cultural Identity of Older Migrants. GeroPsych 29(2), 57-69.
  11. & Extracare: Does It Promote Resident Satisfaction Compared to Residential and Home Care?. British Journal of Social Work 45(3), 949-967.
  12. & Poor Health and Loneliness in Later Life: The Role of Depressive Symptoms, Social Resources, and Rural Environments. The Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences 69(2), 311-324.
  13. & The impact of supported living environments on social resources and the experience of loneliness for older widows living in Wales: An exploratory mediation analysis. Family Science 4(1), 121-132.
  14. & A support network typology for application in older populations with a preponderance of multigenerational households. Ageing and Society 34(7), 1-28.
  15. & Imagery and imaginary of islander identity: Older people and migration in Irish small-island communities. Journal of Rural Studies 31, 1-12.
  16. The dimensionality of ‘place attachment’ for older people in rural areas of South West England and Wales. Environment and Planning A 44(12), 2901-2921.
  17. & Research on rural ageing: Where have we got to and where are we going in Europe?. Journal of Rural Studies 28(4), 432-446.
  18. & Loneliness and Ethnic Minority Elders in Great Britain: An Exploratory Study. Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology 27(1), 65-78.
  19. & Short Form 36 (SF-36) Health Survey Questionnaire: normative data for Wales. Journal of Public Health 33(4), 587-603.
  20. & Short Form 36 (SF-36) Health Survey Questionnaire: normative data for Wales. Journal of Public Health 33(4), 587
  21. & Training Older Volunteers in Gerontological Research in the United Kingdom: Moving Towards an Andragogical and Emancipatory Agenda. Educational Gerontology 36(9), 753-780.
  22. & Caregiving and Carereceiving Relationships of Older South Asians. GeroPsych: The Journal of Gerontopsychology and Geriatric Psychiatry 23(4), 215-225.
  23. & Training Older Volunteers in Gerontological Research in the United Kingdom: Moving Towards an Andragogical and Emancipatory Agenda. Educational Gerontology 36(9), 753-780.
  24. & Caregiving and Carereceiving Relationships of Older South Asians. GeroPsych: The Journal of Gerontopsychology and Geriatric Psychiatry 23(4), 215-225.
  25. & Life Satisfaction in 6 European Countries: The Relationship to Health, Self-Esteem, and Social and Financial Resources among People (Aged 65-89) with Reduced Functional Capacity. Geriatric Nursing 29(1), 48-57.
  26. & Ageing in Wales: policy responses to an ageing population. Contemporary Wales 19(1), 180-197.
  27. & Reliability and validity of the Older Americans Resources and Services (OARS) social resources scale in six European countries. Journals of Gerontology B : Psychological Sciences 62B(6), S371–S379
  28. & Retaining independence and autonomy in a rural area: Older people’s preferences for specialised housing. Research, Policy and Planning 25(1), 13-26.
  29. & Life Satisfaction and Associated Factors Among People Aged 60 Years and Above in Six European Countries. Applied Research in Quality of Life 2(1), 33-50.
  30. ‘Adref’: theoretical contexts of attachment to place for mature and older people in rural North Wales. Environment and Planning A 38(6), 1095
  31. & Keeping warm? Self-reported housing and home energy efficiency factors impacting on older people heating homes in North Wales. Energy Policy 34(10), 1198-1208.
  32. & Housing related difficulties, housing tenure and variations in health status: evidence from older people in Wales. Health & Place 12(3), 267-278.
  33. & The activity patterns of older adults: a cross-sectional study in six European countries. Population, Space and Place 12(5), 353-369.
  34. & The relationship between rural community type and attachment to place for older people living in North Wales, UK. European Journal of Ageing 2(2), 109-119.
  35. & Changes in Levels of Social Isolation and Loneliness among Older People in a Rural Area: A Twenty–Year Longitudinal Study. Canadian Journal on Aging / La Revue canadienne du vieillissement 23(02), 115-127.
  36. & A concise alternative for researching health-related quality of life in older people. Quality in Ageing 5(3), 13-24.
  37. & Life satisfaction of older people in six European countries: findings from the European Study on Adult Well-Being. European Journal of Ageing 1(1), 15-25.
  38. The settlement patterns and residential histories of older Gujaratis, Punjabis and Sylhetis in Birmingham, England. Ageing and Society 24(3), 383
  39. Transnationalism, economic transfers and families’ ties: Intercontinental contacts of older Gujaratis, Punjabis and Sylhetis in Birmingham with families abroad. Ethnic and Racial Studies 27(5), 800
  40. Older people in Wales, their transport and mobility: A literature review. Quality in Ageing and Older People 4(2), 28-35.
  41. & Differences over time in older people’s relationships with children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews in rural North Wales. Ageing & Society 21(05), 567-590.
  42. & Soziale Integration und Partizipation älterer Menschen in ländlichen Räumen Europas. Sozialer Fortschritt 50(9-10), 208-13.
  43. & Bangladeshi immigration to the United Kingdom: Older people’s support networks in the sending and receiving countries. Quality in Ageing 1(2), 18-30.
  44. Testing a behavioural and a developmental model of migration: a reevaluation of migration patterns among the elderly and why older people move. Environment and Planning A 31(11), 2071-2088.
  45. & Dementia and help with household tasks: a comparison of cases and non-cases. Health & Place 4(1), 33-44.
  46. Pathways into residential care : Service use, help and health prior to admission. Health Care in Later Life 3(1), 15-33.
  47. & Differences over time in older people’s relationships with children and siblings. Ageing and Society 18(5), 537-62.
  48. & Parent child relations among very old parents in Wales and the United States: A test of modernization theory. Journal of Aging Studies 12(4), 387-409.
  49. & Dementia, disability and contact with formal services: a comparison of dementia sufferers and non-sufferers in rural and urban settings. Health & Social Care in the Community 5(6), 384-397.

Book Chapters

  1. & Rural Ageing and Equality. In (pp. 311-328). London: Routledge.
  2. The material resources of older women in Wales and Welsh Assembly Government policy responses. In Gender and Social Justice in Wales. University of Wales Press.

Other Research Outputs

  1. & (2015). The Integrated Care Evaluation Framework (ICE-F): A Realistic Evaluation of Integrated Health and Social Care Services in Wales.. Cardiff: Welsh Governnebt Social Research.