Dr. Kahryn Hughes is Associate Professor in Sociology at the University of Leeds. She has received Economic and Social Research Council funding for several of their flagship methodological programmes, including the Research Methods Programme, and Timescapes. Her research over the past fifteen years has primarily aimed at methods for innovation and development. Her current research interests relate to three overlapping areas: the sociology of health inequalities, sociological theory, and research methodology. More specifically, she is interested in: addiction, poverty, time, relationality and identity. Anna Tarrant is Associate Professor in Sociology at the University of Lincoln. Her research interests include men and masculinities, family life, and methodological developments in qualitative longitudinal methodologies and qualitative secondary analysis. She previously worked at the University of Leeds where she began the Leverhulme Trust funded study, "Men, Poverty and Lifetimes of Care" (2014-2018), which explores the care responsibilities of men living on a low income from a lifecourse perspective. Affiliated to Following Young Fathers, this project led to another funded impact project called "Responding to Young Fathers in a Different Way." This study supported developments in more effective support for marginalised young fathers.