politics of the hap

Published work


Pearce, C. (Forthcoming) The public and private management of grief: Recovering normal. Palgrave Macmillan.

Peer-reviewed papers:

Pearce, C. (2018) Negotiating recovery in bereavement care practice in England: a qualitative study, Bereavement Care, 37(1): 6-16.

Pearce, C. and Parkes, C. M. (2017) ‘Bridging the divides in bereavement research: A conversation with Colin Murray Parkes’, Mortality, 22(3): 181-193.

Pearce, C. (2011). Girl, Interrupted: An exploration into the experience of grief following the death of a mother in young women’s narratives. Mortality, Vol 16(1): 35-53.

Pearce, C. (2010). The Crises and Freedoms of Researching your own life. Journal of Research Practice, Vol 6(1).

Pearce, C. (2008). World Interrupted: An autoethnographic exploration into the rupture of self and family narratives following the onset of chronic illness and the death of a mother. Qualitative Sociology Review, Vol 4(1).

Online articles:

‘Hoarding – A 21st Century condition?’ OpenLearn, 2014. http://www.open.edu/openlearn/health-sports-psychology/hoarding-21st-century-condition

‘Happiness is a feminist issue’, The F-Word, (April 18th 2013) http://www.thefword.org.uk/blog/2013/04/happiness_is_a_feminist_issue

‘Everyone needs a hug, right?’, Semionaut, (Dec 2011) http://www.semionaut.net/everyone-needs-a-hug-right/


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