Dragonfly, Finland

Publications

Hadley, R. A. (2015). Good reading, Vietnam. Network, Summer (120), 42.

Hadley, R. A. (October, 2014). ‘If you think men don’t care about having kids, listen to what these childless men have to say.’ Inside-man blog: bit.ly/1G1G6tnHadley, R. A. ( 2014). Sociology at Work: Interactions between Media and Research. In Zevallos, Z. (Ed.), Sociology at Work: YouTube: bit.ly/QHA2AG Hadley, R. A. (2013). 'Research study: Examining the life experiences of involuntarily childless men.' Midlands Health Psychology Network Newsletter, (5).

Hadley, R. A. (November, 2015) The Future of Care - the case of the invisible childlessolder men… ILC-UK Bog: bit.ly/1SFNsrJ 
Hadley, R. A. (October, 2013), ‘Childless-by-circumstance: Is it different for men?’ ReValuing Care Research Network Blog: bit.ly/17rELs9 
Hadley, R. A. (2013). 'I know all about broody men who long to be dads. I am one.' The Daily Telegraph, p. 27. Online at: bit.ly/17IB8Bq  
Hadley, R. A. (2013). 'Men 'just as broody as women', study suggests'The Daily Telegraph. Online at: bit.ly/179NLSD
Hadley, R. A. (2012). Navigating in an Uncharted World: How does the desire for fatherhood affect men?  Journal of Fertility Counselling, 01 (19), 12-13

Hadley, R. A. (2012). Not even tomorrow’s chip paper. MoreToLife Newsletter (Summer).

Hadley, R. A. & Hanley, T. S. (2011). Involuntarily childless men and the desire for fatherhood. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 29(1), 56-68

Hadley, R. A. (2009). Navigating in an Uncharted World: How does the desire for fatherhood affect men? Unpublished MSc Dissertation, The University of Manchester.  

Hadley, R. A. (2008). Involuntarily Childless Men: Issues surrounding the desire for fatherhood. Unpublished MA Dissertation, The University of Manchester. Hadley, R. A. (2008). This Man’s Story. MoreToLife Newsletter.