Items where Author is "Fincham, B."
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Fincham, B. (2007) Bicycle messengers: Image, identity and culture In: Cycling and society. Ashgate, Aldershot, UK.
Fincham, B. (2006) Bicycle messengers and the road to freedom In: Bohm, S., Jones, C., Paterson, M. and Land, C., eds. Against Automobility. Blackwell, United Kingdom, pp. 208-222. ISBN 9781405152709
Fincham, B., McGuiness, M. and MURRAY, LESLEY (2010) Mobile Methodologies [Edited Collections]
Fincham, B. (2008) Balance is everything: bicycle messengers, work and leisure Sociology, 42 (4). pp. 619-635. ISSN 0038-0385
Langer, S., Scourfield, J. and Fincham, B. (2008) Documenting the quick and the dead: a study of suicide case files in a coroner's office Sociological Review, 56 (2). pp. 293-308. ISSN 0038-0261
Fincham, B., Scourfield, J. and Langer, S. (2008) The impact of working with disturbing secondary data: reading suicide files in a coroner's office Qualitative Health Research, 18 (6). pp. 853-862. ISSN 1049-7323
Bloor, M., Fincham, B. and Sampson, H. (2007) Qualiti (NCRM) commissioned inquiry into the risk to well-being of researchers in qualitative research Qualitative Research. pp. 2-4.
Fincham, B., Scourfield, J. and Langer, S. (2007) Documentary data: single medium, multiple modes? Qualitative Researcher. pp. 2-4.
Fincham, B. (2007) 'Generally speaking people are in it for the cycling and the beer': Bicycle couriers, subculture and enjoyment Sociological Review, 55 (2). pp. 189-202. ISSN 1467-954X
Fincham, B. (2007) "Generally speaking people are in it for the cycling and the beer" Sociological Review, 55 (2). pp. 189-202. ISSN 0038-0261
Fincham, B. (2006) Back to the 'old school': bicycle messengers, employment and ethnography Qualitative Research, 6 (2). pp. 187-206. ISSN 1468-7941
Langer, S., Scourfield, J. and Fincham, B. (2007) Documents of life and death: identities beyond the life course in a coroner's suicide files [Working Paper]
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Fincham, B., Scourfield, J. and Langer, S. (2007) The emotional impact of working with disturbing secondary data Qualiti (NCRM).