Publications

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

Lowson, E and Arber, S. (2014) Preparing, working, recovering: Gendered expereinces of night work among women and their families, Gender Work and Organisations, Online Early

Ellmers, T., Arber, S., Luff, R., Eyers, I and Young, E. (2013) Factors affecting residents' sleep in care homes, Nursing Older People, 25(8): 29-32

Lowson, E., Middleton, B., Arber, S and Skene, D. (2013) Effects of night work on sleep, cortisol and mood of female nurses, their husbands and children, Sleep and Biological Rhythms, 11:7-13

Venn, S., Meadows, R. and Arber, S. (2013) Gender differences in approaches to self-management of poor sleep in later life, Social Science & Medicine 79(1): 117-123

Lallukka, T., Arber, S., Laaksonen, M., Lahelma, E., Partonen, T and Rahkonen, O (2013) Work-family conflicts and subsequent sleep medication among women and men: A longitudinal registry linkage study, Social Science & Medicine 79(1): 66-75

Eyers, I., Arber, S., Luff, R., Young, E. and Ellmers, T (2012) Rhetoric and reality in daily life in English care homes, International Journal of Ageing and Later Life 7(1): 53-78

Venn, S. and Arber, S (2012) Understanding older peoples' decisions about the use of sleeping medication: issues of control and autonomy, Sociology of Health and Illness 34(8): 1215-1229

Eyers, I., Young, E., Luff, R. and Arber, S. (2012) Striking the balance: Night care versus the facilitation of good sleep, British Journal of Nursing 21(5): 303-307

Meadows, R and Arber, S (2012) Understanding sleep among couples: Gender and the social patterning of sleep maintenance among younger and older couples, Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 3 (1): 66-79

Luff, R., Ellmers, T., Eyers, I., Cope, E., Arber, S.  (2011) ‘Time spent in bed at night by care homes residents.’  Ageing and Society, Vol 31.  

Venn S and Arber S. (2011) ‘Daytime sleep and active ageing in later life’, Ageing and Society, 31(2): 197-216. 

Arber, S. and Venn, S. (2011) ‘Caregiving at night: Understanding the impact on carers’, Journal of Aging Studies. 25: 155-165.

Lallukka T, Arber S, Rahkonen O and Lahelma E. (2010) ‘Complaints of insomnia among midlife employed people: The contribution of childhood and present socioeconomic circumstances’, Sleep Medicine, 11: 828-836.

Meadows R, Luff R, Eyers I, Venn S, Cope E and Arber S. (2010) ‘An actigraphic study comparing community dwelling poor sleepers with non-demented care home residents’, Chronobiology International  27(4): 842-854.

Lallukka T, Rahkonen O, Lahelma E and Arber S. (2010) ‘Sleep complaints in middle-aged women and men: The contribution of working conditions and work-family conflicts’, Journal of Sleep Research.  19:  466-477.

Bara A-C and Arber S. (2009) ‘Working shifts and mental health - findings from the British Household Panel Survey (1995-2005)’, Scandinavian Journal of Work, Environment and Health,  35 (5):  361-367.

Staples V, Archer SN, Arber S and Skene D. (2009) ‘Daily light exposure profiles in older non-resident extreme morning and evening types’, Journal of Sleep Research. 18:  466-471

Chatzitheochari, S. and Arber, S. (2009) Lack of sleep, work and the long hours culture: evidence from the UK time use survey, Work, Employment and Society 23(1): 30-48

Arber, S., Bote, M and Meadows, R (2009) Understanding how socio-economic status, gender and marital status influence self-reported sleep problems in Britain Social Science and Medicine 68: 281-289

Meadows, R., Arber, S., Venn, S., Hislop, J and Stanley, N (2009) Exploring the interdependence of couples' rest-wake cycles: an actigraphic study Chronobiology international 26(1): 80-92

Meadows, R., Arber, S., Venn, S. and Hislop, J. (2008) Unruly bodies and couples’ sleep. Body & Society 14(4):75-92

Meadows, R., Arber, S., Venn, S. and Hislop, J. (2008) Engaging with sleep: Male definitions, understandings and attitudes. Sociology of Health and Illness 30(5): 696-710

Venn, S., Arber, S., Meadows, R. and Hislop, J. (2008) The Fourth Shift: a gendered approach to night time caring, British Journal of Sociology. 59(1): 79-97

Arber S. and Bote M. (2007) ‘Apoyo social y calidad del sueno en el Reino Unido: Condicionamientos socioeconomicos, demograpficos y biologicos’ (‘Social support and sleep quality in the general population of United Kingdom: Socioeconomic, demographic and biological determinants’), Praxis Sociologica, 10: 152-182.

Arber, S., Hislop, J., Bote, M. and Meadows, R. (2007) Gender roles and women’s sleep in mid and later life: A quantitative approach Sociological Research Online http://www.socresonline.org.uk/12/5/3.html

Bianchera E. and Arber S. (2007) ‘Caring and sleep disruption among women in Italy’, Sociological Research Online, 12(5) (2007)
http://www.socresonline.org.uk/12/5/4.html

Moran-Ellis, J., and Venn, S., (2007) The sleeping lives of children and teenagers: nightworlds and arenas of action, Sociological Research Online, 12(5), http://www.socresonline.org.uk/12/5/9.html

Venn, S. (2007) ‘It’s okay for a man to snore”: the influence of gender on sleep disruption in couples, Sociological Research Online, 12(5) http://www.socresonline.org.uk/12/5/1.html

Dzaja, A., Arber, S., Hislop, J., Kerkhofs, M., Kopp, C., Pollmacher, T., Polo-Kantola, P., Skene, D., Stenuit, P., Tobler, I. and Porkka-Heiskanen, T. (2005) Women's sleep in health and disease, Journal of Psychiatric Research, 39: 55-76.

Hislop, J., Arber, S., Meadows, R. and Venn, S. (2005) 'Narratives of the Night: the Use of Audio Diaries in Researching Sleep', Sociological Research Online, 10(4), http://www.socresonline.org.uk/10/4/hislop.html

Meadows, R., Venn, S., Hislop, J., Stanley, N. and Arber, S. (2005) Investigating Couples’ Sleep: An evaluation of actigraphic analysis techniques Journal of Sleep Research 14:4. 377-386

Meadows, R (2005) The Negotiated Night: An embodied conceptual framework for the sociological study of sleep. The Sociological Review 53:2 240-254.

Hislop, J. and Arber, S. (2004) Understanding women's sleep management: beyond medicalization-healthicization: A response to Simon Williams , Sociology of Health and Illness, 26(4): 460-463.

Hislop, J. and Arber, S. (2003a) Sleepers Wake! The gendered nature of sleep disruption among mid-life women, Sociology, 37(4), 695-711.

Hislop, J. and Arber, S. (2003b) Understanding women's sleep management: beyond medicalization-healthicization?, Sociology of Health and Illness, 25(7), 815-837.

Book Chapters

Arber, S. (2014) 'Sleep' in Michalos A. C. (Ed) Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research Springer pp 5990-2

Meadows, R (2012) Denying death's counterfeit: the sociological aspects of sleep. In A Green et al (eds) Sleep: Multiprofessional Approaches, Jessica Kingsley

Arber S, Meadows R, Venn S.  (2012)  ‘Sleep and Society’. In C.A. Espie and C. M. Morin (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Sleep Disorders,   Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

Arber, S. and Meadows, R.   (2011)  ‘Social and Health Patterning of Sleep Quality and Duration’. In S McFall and C Garrington (eds)   Understanding Society: Early Findings from the first wave of the UK’s Household Longitudinal Study, Colchester: ISER, University of Essex, pp 88-98

Williams S, Meadows R and Arber S. (2010) ‘Sociology of Sleep’. In F. Cappaccio, M. Miller  and S Lockley (eds) Sleep Epidemiology,   Oxford:  Oxford University Press, pp 275-299.

Bianchara, E. and Arber, S. (2008) Women’s Sleep in Italy: The Influence of Caregiving Roles, in Lodewijk Brunt and Brigitte Steger (eds) Worlds of Sleep, Berlin: Frank & Timme

Venn, S. and Arber, S. (2008) Conflicting Sleep Demands: Parents and Young People in UK Households, in Lodewijk Brunt and Brigitte Steger (eds) Worlds of Sleep, Berlin: Frank & Timme

Hislop, J. and Arber, S. (2006) Sleep, gender and ageing: Changing relational and institutional constraints from mid-to-later life, T. Calasanti and K. Slevin. (eds) Age Matters: Realigning Feminist Thinking

Hislop, J. and Arber, S. (2003c). Sleep as a social act: A window on gender roles and relationships. S. Arber, K. Davidson and J. Ginn. (eds) Gender & Ageing: Changing Roles and Relationships , Maidenhead: McGraw Hill/Open University Press, 186-205.

Book Reviews/Newsletters/Letters

Meadows (2014) Review of The Politics of Sleep (cultural sociology)

Meadows (2014) Review of 24/7 (Work, Employment & Society)

Meadows, R. (2008) The rights and duties of the sleeper Virtual Mentor (American Medical Association Journal of Ethics) 10:585-588

Meadows, R. (2008) Older men's sleep: the body, function and ‘narratives of decline' Generations 32(1):28-31

Meadows, R; Stanley, N; Venn, S; Hislop, J; Arber, S. (2005) Completely unattended home sleep recordings, Letter in Sleep 28(4): 526

Hislop, J. and Williams, S.(2004) A Sociology of Sleep? Surely Not , BSA Network. Autumn 2004, 33.

Hislop, J. (2002a) Towards a sociology of sleep, British Sleep Society (BSS) Newsletter, Issue 9, June 2002, 5-6.

Hislop, J. (2002b) The missing link? Sociological approaches to the study of women's sleep, European Sleep Research Society (ESRS) Newsletter, December 2002, 5-6.

Lichstein, K. and Morin, C. (Eds.) (2000) Treatment of Late-Life Insomnia, Sage, Thousand Oaks . Reviewed by Hislop, J (2003) in Quality in Ageing- Policy, practice and research 4(1) April 2003, 39-40.

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