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Bornat, Joanna; Raghuram, Parvati and Henry, Leroi (2014). Oral history voicing differences: South Asian doctors and migration narratives. Economic and Political Weekly, 49(30) pp. 60–66.

Bornat, Joanna and Jones, Rebecca L. (2014). Introduction: The Future as a Topic in Ageing Research. In: Bornat, Joanna and Jones, Rebeccca L. eds. Imagining Futures: Methodological Issues for Research into Ageing. The Representation of Older People in Ageing Research Series (13). Centre for Policy on Ageing, pp. 1–11.

Bornat, Joanna and Bytheway, Bill (2010). Perceptions and presentations of living with everyday risk in later life. British Journal of Social Work, 40(4) pp. 1118–1134.

Bornat, Joanna (2010). Remembering in late Lifer: generating individual and social change. In: Ritchie, Donald A. ed. The Oxford Handbook of Oral History. Oxford Handbooks in History. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 202–218.

Bornat, Joanna and Bytheway, Bill (2008). Tracking the lives of the oldest generation. Generations Review, 18(4) no page numbers.

Bornat, Joanna (2008). 'Kate': The constant rediscovery of a poem. In: Johnson, Julia and De Souza, Corinne eds. Understanding Health and Social Care. London, UK: Sage, pp. 14–22.

Bornat, Joanna and Wilson, Gail (2008). Recycling the evidence: Different approaches to the reanalysis of elite life histories. In: Edwards, Rosalind ed. Researching families and communities: Social and generational change. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 95–113.

Bornat, Joanna (2008). Biographical methods. In: Alasuutari, Pertti; Bickman, Leonard and Brannen, Julia eds. The Sage Handbook of Social Research Methods. London, UK: Sage, pp. 344–356.

Bornat, Joanna and Diamond, Hanna (2007). Women’s history and oral history: developments and debates. Women's History Review, 16(1) pp. 19–39.

Bornat, Joanna and Walmsley, Jan (2004). Biography as empowering practice: lessons learned from research. In: Chamberlayne, Prue; Bornat, Joanna and Aptizsch, Ursula eds. Biographical methods and professional practice: an international perspective. Bristol, UK: Policy Press, pp. 221–236.

Bornat, Joanna (2004). Oral History. In: Seale, Clive; Gobo, Giampetro; Gubrium, Jaber F and Silverman, David eds. Qualitative Research Practice. London, UK: Sage Publications Ltd, pp. 34–47.

Bornat, Joanna (2003). The Constant Rediscovery of a Poem. Generations, 27(3) pp. 89–93.

Bornat, Joanna; Dimmock, B; Jones, D and Peace, Sheila (1999). Generational ties in the 'new' family: changing contexts for traditional obligations. In: Silva, Elizabeth B. and Smart, Carol eds. The new family? London: Sage, pp. 115–128.

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Raghuram, Parvati; Bornat, Joanna and Henry, Leroi (2016). "Without racism there would be no geriatrics": South Asian overseas-trained doctors and the development of Geriatric Medicine in the United Kingdom', 1950-2000. In: Monnais, Laurence and Wright, David eds. Doctors beyond Borders: the transnational migration of physicians in the twentieth century. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, pp. 185–207.

Raghuram, Parvati; Bornat, Joanna and Henry, Leroi (2011). The co-marking of aged bodies and migrant bodies: migrant workers’ contribution to geriatric medicine in the UK. Sociology of Health & Illness, 33(2) pp. 321–335.


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