Ashleigh Rushton
Ashleigh Rushton
University of The Fraser Valley
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Beyond binary:(re) defining “gender” for 21st century disaster risk reduction research, policy, and practice
A Rushton, L Gray, J Canty, K Blanchard
International journal of environmental research and public health 16 (20), 3984, 2019
The gendered body politic in disaster policy and practice
A Rushton, S Phibbs, C Kenney, C Anderson
International journal of disaster risk reduction 47, 101648, 2020
‘She’ll be right’: the place of gendered emotions in disasters
A Rushton, S Phibbs, C Kenney, C Anderson
Gender, Place & Culture 29 (6), 793-815, 2022
‘I wouldn’t trade this country of ours for anything’: place, identity and men’s stories of the 2016 M7. 8 Kaikōura/Waiau earthquake
A Rushton, S Phibbs, C Kenney, C Anderson
Social & Cultural Geography 23 (8), 1155-1173, 2022
The lived experience of hotel isolation and quarantine at the Aotearoa New Zealand border for COVID-19: A qualitative descriptive study
L Gray, C MacDonald, A Puloka, C Bocock, R Gwyther, A Rushton, ...
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 70, 102779, 2022
The blame game: disaster, queerness and prejudice
A Rushton, J Scarlett
Disaster Prevention and Management: An International Journal 32 (2), 352-363, 2023
Defining disaster in volcanology
JP Scarlett, A Naismith, A Rushton
Defining Disaster, 107-121, 2022
“We only have the one”: Mapping the prevalence of people with high body mass to aid regional emergency management planning in Aotearoa New Zealand
L Gray, A Rushton, M Hobbs
International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction 51, 101859, 2020
But what about the men?: storying rural men's experiences and perspectives of the 2016 Kaikōura/Waiau Earthquake, Aotearoa New Zealand: a thesis presented in fulfilment of the …
A Rushton
Massey University, 2020
Programs and practices that support pregnant people who use drugs’ access to sexual and reproductive health care in Canada: a scoping review
H Mathias, LA Foster, A Rushton
BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 24 (1), 72, 2024
Gendering fieldwork: Who buys the coffee?
A Rushton
Area, 2024
Promising Programs, Policies and Practices that Support Pregnant People who Use Drugs’ Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Care in Canada: A Scoping Review Protocol
H Mathias, LA Foster, A Rushton
OSF, 2023
" Puck it up and do your role" Men and the Kaikōura Earthquake
A Rushton, C Kenney, S Phibbs, C Anderson
The Interplay of Climate and Disaster in Men's Stories of the 2016 Kaikōura Earthquake in Aotearoa New Zealand1
A Rushton, S Phibbs, C Kenney, C Anderson
Sociological Inquiry, 0
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