LAT research recieves accolade of Routledge’s Most Read in 2014

Dr. Julia Carter’s article, co-authored with colleagues Prof. Simon Duncan, Dr. Miranda Phillips and Dr. Sasha Rosenneil, has been included into Routledge’s Behavioural Science Most Read of 2014 list. The article is about how people in Living Apart Together relationships both maintain their relationships as well as how they are perceived by the couples. The article examines the themes of risk and emotional security, as well as patterns of care, notions of autonomy and flexibility. If you wish to read more on this, visit the Routledge Most Read of 2014 website here. Or, view the paper directly here


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