Dragonfly, Finland


Academic Paper:

  1. 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

Practitioner Paper:

  1. Hadley, R. A. 2012. "Navigating in an Uncharted World: How does the desire for fatherhood affect men?"  Journal of Fertility Counselling, 19 (01):12-13.

Chapters in edited books:

  1. Hadley, R.A. 2015: 'Life without Fatherhood. ‘Inside-Man: pioneering stories about men and boys. Eds., D. Bell and G. Poole. Matador: Kibworth Beauchamp, UK
  2. Hadley, R.A. 2014: The Impotence of Earnestness and the Importance of Being Earnest: Recruiting Older Men for Interview. Studies of Ageing Masculinities: Still in Their Infancy? Eds., A. Tarrant and J. H. Watts. The Centre for Policy on Ageing: London, UK

Manuscripts in pre-publication:

  1. Hadley, R.A. ‘ “I’m missing out and I think I have something to give”: experiences of older involuntarily childless men.’ Working with Older People. Emerald Publishing.
  2. Earle, S and Hadley, R.A. ‘Men’s views and experiences of infant feeding: a qualitative systematic review.’ Journal of Health Promotion International.
  3. Hadley, R.A. ‘Ageing and involuntary childlessness.’ Invited chapter for edited volume. Editor Professor Josie Tetley et al., (Manchester Metropolitan University).

Manuscripts in progress:                                                                                                                  

  1. Hadley, R.A. ‘The invisible Me(n) and Me(n).’ Invited paper for the journal ‘Methodological Innovations’.  
  2. Tetley, J; Koivunen, E; Holland, C; Kubiak, C; Fisher, J; and Hadley, R.A. “It’s not easy for a volunteer, you know”: How do volunteers fit into home care services for people living with dementia in the community. Journal of Health and Social Care in the Community.