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2014

Buckingham, David; Bragg, Sara and Kehily, Mary eds. (2014). Youth Cultures in the Age of Global Media. Studies in Childhood and Youth. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bragg, Sara and Buckingham, David (2014). Elusive 'youth'. In: Buckingham, David; Bragg, Sara and Kehily, Mary eds. Youth Cultures in the Age of Global Media. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, (In press).

Cooper, Victoria (2014). Developing and understanding childhood identity. In: Reed, Michael and Rosie, Walker eds. A critical companion for early childhood. London: Sage, (In press). file

James, Zoe and Woodhead, Martin (2014). Choosing and changing schools in India’s private and government sectors: Young Lives evidence from Andhra Pradesh. Oxford Review of Education, 40(1) (In press). file

Kirke-Smith, Mimi; Henry, Lucy and Messer, David (2014). Executive functioning: developmental consequences on adolescents with histories of maltreatment. British Journal of Developmental Psychology (Early Access).

Kucirkova, Natalia; Messer, David; Critten, Val and Harwood, Jane (2014). Story-making on the iPad when children have complex needs: two case studies. Communication Disorders Quarterly (Early Access).

Mengoni, Silvana; Oates, John and Bardsley, Janet (2014). Developing Key Working. Council for Disabled Children, London. file

Pells, Kirrily and Woodhead, Martin (2014). Changing Children's Lives: Risks and Opportunities. Oxford: Young Lives, Department for International Development, University of Oxford . file

Underwood, Jean and Farrington-Flint, Lee (2014). Learning and the E-Generation (2nd ed). Oxford: John Wiley & Sons (forthcoming).

2013

Brooker, Liz and Woodhead, Martin eds. (2013). The Right to Play. Early Childhood in Focus, 9. Milton Keynes: The Open University with the support of Bernard van Leer Foundation. file

Clark, Alison ed. (2013). Childhoods in Context (2nd ed). Bristol: Policy Press.

Clark, Alison; Flewitt, Rosie; Hammersley, Martyn and Robb, Martin eds. (2013). Understanding Research with Children and Young People. London: Sage.

Blake, Canan; Scanlon, Eileen; Twiner, Alison; Collins, Trevor; Jones, Ann and Kerawalla, Lucinda (2013). Analysis of learners’ fieldtrip talk during a collaborative inquiry task. In: EC-TEL 2013 Eighth European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning , 17 - 21 September 2013, Paphos (Cyprus), pp. 32–42.

Bragg, Sara and Buckingham, David (2013). Global concerns, local negotiations and moral selves: contemporary parenting and the ‘sexualisation of childhood’ debate. Feminist Media Studies, 13(4) pp. 643–659. file

Camfield, Laura; Crivello, Gina and Woodhead, Martin (2013). Young Lives Qualitative Fieldwork Guide: Round One (2007). Young Lives, Oxford. file

Camfield, Laura; Crivello, Gina and Woodhead, Martin (2013). Young Lives Qualitative Fieldwork Guide: Round Two (2008). Young Lives, Oxford. file

Carney, Daniel P. J.; Henry, Lucy A.; Messer, David; Dannielsson, Henrik; Brown, Janice H. and Rönnberg, Jerker (2013). Using developmental trajectories to examine verbal and visuospatial short-term memory development in children and adolescents with Williams and Down syndromes. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 34(10) pp. 3421–3432.

Clark, Alison (2013). ‘Making Schools: spaces, objects and relationships’. In: Clark, Alison ed. Childhoods in Context (2nd ed). Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 163–212.

Clark, Alison (2013). Understanding research with children. In: Maynard , Trisha and Powell, Sacha eds. An Introduction to Early Childhood Studies (3rd ed). London: Sage.

Clark, Alison and Gallacher, Lesley-Anne (2013). Children in and out of place. In: Clark, Alison ed. Childhoods in Context (2nd ed). Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 1–52.

Clark, Alison and Kehily, Mary Jane (2013). Home and family. In: Clark, Alison ed. Childhoods in Context (2nd ed). Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 53–108.

Cooper, Victoria (2013). Designing research for different purposes. In: Clark, Alison; Hammersley, Martyn; Flewitt, Rosie and Robb, Martin eds. Understanding research with children and young people. London: Sage. file

Coyne, Emily; Stiller, James; Underwood, Jean and Farrington-Flint, Lee (2013). Longitudinal study of scaffolding errors and their impact on children's strategy choice in reading. In: British Psychological Society Joint Cognitive and Developmental Section Annual Conference, 4-6 September 2013, University of Reading.

Critten, Sarah; Farrington-Flint, Lee and Jones, Emily (2013). The development of spelling and reading strategies and children’s sensitivity to word type. In: British Psychological Society Joint Cognitive and Developmental Section Annual Conference, 4-6 September 2013, University of Reading.

Hammersley, Martyn (2013). What is Qualitative Research? What Is? Research Methods. London: Continuum/Bloomsbury.

Hammersley, Martyn (2013). The Myth of Research-Based Policy and Practice. Social Research Methods. London: Sage .

Henry, Lucy A.; Messer, David J. and Nash, Gilly (2013). Testing for near and far transfer effects with a short, face-to-face adaptive working memory training intervention in typical children. Infant and Child Development, 23(1) pp. 84–103.

Ibbotson, Paul (2013). The scope of usage-based theory. Frontiers in Psychology , 4, article no. 255. file

Ildikó, Danis; Scheuring, Noémi; Gervai, Judit; Oates, John M. and Czinner, Antal (2013). A rövidített szülö-csecsemö kapcsolat skála Magyar változának (H-MORS-SF) pszichometriai mutatói nagy mintán (Psychometric properties of the Hungarian MORS-SF parent-infant relationship measure in a large sample). Psychiatria Hungarica, 27(6) pp. 392–405. file

Jones, Ann; Scanlon, Eileen; Gaved, Mark; Blake, Canan; Collins, Trevor; Clough, Gill; Kerawalla, Lucinda; Littleton, Karen; Mulholland, Paul; Petrou, Marilena and Twiner, Alison (2013). Challenges in personalisation: supporting mobile science inquiry learning across contexts. Research and Practice in Technology Enhanced Learning, 8(1) pp. 21–42. file

Kerawalla, Lucinda (2013). Empowered participation through inclusive inquiry. In: Westwood, J.; Larkins, C.; Moxon, D.; Perry, Y. and Thomas, N. eds. Participation, Citizenship and Intergenerational Relations in Children and Young People’s Lives: Children and Adults in Conversation. Basingstoke: Palgrave Pivot , (In press).

Mengoni, Silvana and Oates, John (2013). Developmental Journal for Children and Young People with Multiple Needs. National Children's Bureau, London. file

Mengoni, Silvana and Oates, John (2013). Practice Guide to the Early Years Developmental Journal. National Children's Bureau, London. file

Mengoni, Silvana and Oates, John (2013). School Years Developmental Journal. National Children's Bureau, London. file

Messer, David and Dockrell, Julie (2013). Children with word finding difficulties: continuities and profiles of abilities. First Language, 33(5) pp. 433–448.

Montgomery, Heather and Cornock, Marc (2013). Children's bodies: the battleground for their rights? Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education, 9(1) pp. 19–34. file

Nayak, Anoop and Kehily, Mary Jane (2013). Gender Youth and Culture: Young Masculinities and Femininities (2nd ed). Basingstoke: Palgrave.

Oates, John (2013). Beyond the ‘red book’: the Early Years Developmental Journal. Journal of Health Visiting, 1(5) pp. 2–4. file

Oates, John and Mengoni, Silvana (2013). Early Years Developmental Journal. National Children's Bureau, London. file

Simkiss, Douglas E.; MacCallum, Fiona; Fan, Emma E. Y.; Oates, John M.; Kimani, Peter K. and Stewart-Brown, Sarah (2013). Validation of the mothers object relations scales in 2–4 year old children and comparison with the child–parent relationship scale. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 11(1), article no. 49. file

Woodhead, Martin; Dornan , Paul and Murray, Helen (2013). What inequality means for children: evidence from Young Lives. Young Lives, University of Oxford, Department of International Development. file

Woodhead, Martin; Frost, Melanie and James, Zoe (2013). Does growth in private schooling contribute to Education for All? Evidence from a longitudinal, two cohort study in Andhra Pradesh, India. International Journal of Educational Development, 33(1) pp. 65–73. file

Woodhead, Martin and Streuli, Natalia (2013). Early education for all: is there a role for the private sector? In: Britto, Pia; Engle, Patrice and Super, Charles eds. Handbook of Early Childhood Development Research and Its Impact on Global Policy. New York, USA: Oxford University Press. file

2012

Cooper, Barry; Glaesser, Judith; Gomm, Roger and Hammersley, Martyn eds. (2012). Challenging the Qualitative-Quantitative Divide: Explorations in Case-focused Causal Analysis. London: Continuum.

Oates, John; Karmiloff-Smith, Annette and Johnson, Mark eds. (2012). Developing Brains. Early Childhood in Focus, 7. Milton Keynes: The Open University. file

Woodhead, Martin and Brooker, Liz eds. (2012). Healthy Environments. Early Childhood in Focus, 8. Milton Keynes: The Open University. file

Appleton, Jane V.; Harris, Margaret; Oates, John and Kelly, Cat (2012). Evaluating health visitor assessments of mother–infant interactions: a mixed methods study. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 50(1) pp. 5–15. file

Bragg, Sara (2012). What I heard about sexualisation†: or, conversations with my inner Barbie. Gender and Education, 24(3) pp. 311–316. file

Bragg, Sara; Buckingham, David; Russell, Rachel and Willett, Rebekah (2012). Children, ‘sexualization’ and consumer culture. In: Sparrman, Anna; Sandin, Bengt and Sjöberg, Johanna eds. Situating Child Consumption: Rethinking values and notions of children, childhood and consumption. Lund, Sweden: Nordic Academic Press, pp. 213–230. file

Bragg, Sara and Manchester, Helen (2012). Pedagogies of student voice. Revista de Educación, 359 pp. 143–163. file

Clark, Alison (2012). Ways of Knowing: developing the Mosaic approach with young children and adults. PhD thesis The Open University.

Coyne, Emily; Farrington-Flint, Lee; Underwood, Jean and Stiller, James (2012). Sensitivity to rime unit frequency and children's early word-reading strategies. Journal of Research in Reading, 35(4) pp. 393–410. file

Crafter, Sarah (2012). Parental cultural models and resources for understanding mathematical achievement in culturally diverse school settings. Educational studies in Mathematics, 81(1) pp. 31–46.

Crafter, Sarah (2012). Making sense of homework: parental resources for understanding mathematical homework in multicultural settings. In: Hjörne, Eva; van der Aalsvoort, Geerdina and Abreu, Guida de eds. Learning, Social Interaction and Diversity - Exploring Identities in School Practices. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, pp. 53–68. file

Crafter, Sarah and Maunder, Rachel (2012). Understanding transitions using a sociocultural framework. Educational and Child Psychology, 29(1) pp. 10–18. file

Critten, Sarah; Pine, Karen J. and Messer, David J. (2012). Revealing children's implicit spelling representations. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 31(2) pp. 198–211.

Danielsson, Henrik; Henry, Lucy; Messer, David and Rönnberg, Jerker (2012). Strengths and weaknesses in executive functioning in children with intellectual disability. Research in Developmental Disabilities, 33(2) pp. 600–607.

Goodfellow, Robin; Strauss, Pat and Puxley, Marianne (2012). Web-based writing support: making it useable for distance teachers. European Journal of Open, Distance and e-Learning, I pp. 1–13. file

Hammersley, Martyn (2012). Troubling theory in case study research. Higher Education Research and Development, 31(3) pp. 393–405. file

Henry, Lucy A.; Messer, David; Luger-Klein, Scarlett and Crane, Laura (2012). Phonological, visual and semantic coding strategies and children’s short-term picture memory span. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 65(10) pp. 2033–2053.

Henry, Lucy A.; Messer, David and Nash, Gilly (2012). Executive functioning in children with specific language impairment. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 53(1) pp. 37–45.

Henry, Lucy A.; Messer, David J. and Nash, Gilly (2012). Phonological and visuospatial short-term memory in children with specific language impairment. Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology, 11(1) pp. 45–56.

Holliman, Andrew J.; Wood, Clare and Sheehy, Kieron (2012). A cross-sectional study of prosodic sensitivity and reading difficulties. Journal of Research in Reading, 35(1) pp. 32–48.

Hood, Bruce; Gjersoe, Nathalia L. and Bloom, Paul (2012). Do children think that duplicating the body also duplicates the mind? Cognition, 125(3) pp. 466–474.

Ibbotson, Paul (2012). A new kind of language. The Psychologist, 25(2) pp. 122–125. file

Ibbotson, Paul (2012). Child language acquisition. In: Clayton, Dan ed. Language: A Student Handbook On Key Topics And Theories. London: English & Media Centre, pp. 117–133. file

Ibbotson, Paul; Theakston, Anna; Lieven, Elena and Tomasello, Michael (2012). Semantics of the transitive construction: prototype effects and developmental comparisons. Cognitive Science, 36(7) pp. 1268–1288. file

Ibbotson, Paul and Tomasello, Michael (2012). Analogical mapping in construction learning. In: Robinson, Peter ed. Routledge Encyclopedia of Second Language Acquisition. Abingdon: Routledge, p. 21. file

Kerawalla, Lucinda (2012). Representing children’s development of voice and community advocacy: an inclusive inquiry framework. In: Children, Young People and Adults: Extending the Conversation, 5-7 Sept 2012, University of Central Lancashire, Preston.

Kerawalla, Lucinda; Littleton, Karen; Scanlon, Eileen; Collins, Trevor; Gaved, Mark; Mulholland, Paul; Jones, Ann; Clough, Gill and Blake, Canan (2012). Doing geography: a multimodal analysis of students' situated improvisational interpretation during fieldtrips. Learning, Culture and Social Interaction, 1(2) pp. 78–89.

Kerawalla, Lucinda; Petrou, Marilena and Scanlon, Eileen (2012). Talk Factory: supporting 'exploratory talk' around an interactive whiteboard in primary school science plenaries. Technology, Pedagogy and Education, 22(1) 89 -102.

Kirke-Smith, Mimi; Henry, Lucy and Messer, David (2012). Research review: Childhood maltreatment and executive functioning during adolescence. Adolescent Psychiatry, 2(3) pp. 211–220.

Littleton, Karen and Kerawalla, Lucinda (2012). Trajectories of inquiry learning. In: Littleton, Karen; Scanlon, Eileen and Sharples , Mike eds. Orchestrating Inquiry Learning. Oxford: Routledge, pp. 31–47. file

Montgomery, Heather (2012). Prevailing voices in debates over child prostitution. In: Dewey, Susan and Kelly, Patty eds. Prevailing voices in debates over child prostitution. New York: New York University Press, pp. 146–159.

Mulholland, Paul; Anastopoulou, Stamatina; Collins, Trevor; Feisst, Markus; Gaved, Mark; Kerawalla, Lucinda; Paxton, Mark; Scanlon, Eileen; Sharples, Mike and Wright, Michael (2012). nQuire: technological support for personal inquiry learning. IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies, 5(2) pp. 157–169. file

Orkin, Kate; Yadete, Workneh A. and Woodhead, Martin (2012). Delivering Quality Early Learning In Low-Resource Settings: Progress And Challenges In Ethiopia. Bernard van Leer Foundation, The Hague/ Netherlands. file

Thomson, Rachel; Hadfield, Lucy; Kehily, Mary Jane and Sharpe, Sue (2012). Acting up and acting out: encountering children in a longitudinal study of mothering. Qualitative Research, 12(2) pp. 186–201. file

Woodhead, Martin; Dornan, Paul and Murray, Helen (2012). What inequality means for children: evidence from young lives. Background paper for the Global Thematic Consultation “Addressing Inequalities” in the post-2015 Development Agenda. UNICEF & UN Women, New York. file

2011

Faulkner, Dorothy and Coates, Elizabeth eds. (2011). Exploring Children's Creative Narratives. Abingdon: Routledge.

Abreu, Guida de; Crafter, Sarah; Hale, Hannah and O'Sullivan Lago, Rita (2011). Teachers' representations of immigrant students and their home cultures: a dialogical self analysis. In: European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) , 30 Aug - 3 Sep 2011, Exeter, UK. (Unpublished)

Ash, James and Gallacher, Lesley Anne (2011). Cultural geography and videogames. Geography Compass, 5(6) pp. 351–368. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Attwood, Feona; Barker, Meg; Bragg, Sara; Egan, Danielle; Evans, Adrienne; Harvey, Laura; Hawkes, Gail; Heckert, Jamie; Holford, Naomi; Macvarish, Jan; Martin, Amber; McKee, Alan; Mowlabocus, Sharif; Paasonen, Susanna; Renold, Emma; Ringrose, Jessica; Valentine, Ludi; Frances Watson, Anne and van Zoonen, Liesbet (2011). Engaging with the Bailey Review: blogging, academia and authenticity. Psychology and Sexuality, 3(1) pp. 69–94. file

Baker, Sara T.; Gjersoe, Nathalia L.; Sibielska-Woch, Kasia; Leslie, Alan M. and Hood, Bruce M. (2011). Inhibitory control interacts with core knowledge in toddlers’ manual search for an occluded object. Developmental Science, 14(2) pp. 270–279.

Bradwell, J.; Crawfor, D.; Crawford, J.; Dent, L.; Finlinson, K.; Gibson, R.; Porter, E. and Kellett, M. (2011). How looked after children are involved in their review process. Child Indicators Research, 4(2) pp. 221–229.

Bragg, Sara (2011). Tales of the classroom: on making media in school. Media Education Research Journal, 1(2) file

Bragg, Sara (2011). Assessing learning from practical media production at an introductory level: the role of writing. Media Literacies: A Critical Introduction (2012). file

Bragg, Sara (2011). “Now it's up to us to interpret it”: ‘youth voice’ and visual methods. In: Thomson, Pat and Sefton-Green, Julian eds. Researching Creative Learning: Methods and Issues. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 88–103. file

Bragg, Sara; Allington, Daniel; Simmons, Katy and Jones, Ken (2011). Core values, education and research: a response to Mark Pike. Oxford Review of Education, 37(4) pp. 561–565. file

Bragg, Sara; Buckingham, David; Russell, Rachel and Willett, Rebekah (2011). Too much, too soon? Children, ‘sexualisation’ and consumer culture. Sex Education, 11(3) pp. 279–292. file

Bragg, Sara and Manchester, Helen (2011). Creativity, School Ethos and the Creative Partnerships programme. Creative Partnerships, London. file

Bragg, Sara and Manchester, Helen (2011). Doing it differently: youth leadership and the arts in a creative learning programme. UNESCO Observatory: Journal of Multi-Disciplinary Research in the Arts, 2(2) file

Clark, Alison (2011). Multimodal map making with young children: exploring ethnographic and participatory methods. Qualitative Research, 11(3) pp. 311–330. file

Clark, Alison (2011). Breaking methodological boundaries? Exploring visual, participatory methods with adults and young children. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal , 19(3) pp. 321–330.

Clark, Alison and Moss, Peter (2011). Listening To Young Children: The Mosaic Approach (2nd ed.). London: National Children's Bureau.

Cline, Tony; Crafter, Sarah; O'Dell, Lindsay and de Abreu, Guida (2011). Young people’s representations of language brokering. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development , 32(3) pp. 207–220. file

Cooper, Victoria and Ellis, Carole (2011). Ethnographic practitioner research. In: Callan, Sue and Reed, Michael eds. Work-based Research in the Early Years: Positioning Yourself as a Researcher. London: Sage, pp. 47–61. file

Cornock, Marc and Montgomery, Heather (2011). Children's rights in and out of the womb. The International Journal of Children's Rights, 19(1) pp. 3–19.

Crafter, Sarah (2011). On gaining a cultural identity and 'being white': reflexivity and moments of (dis)connection. Psychology of Women Section Review, 13(2) pp. 13–19.

Crafter, Sarah (2011). The social construction of home and school learning in multicultural communities. In: O'Dell, Lindsay and Leverett, Stephen eds. Working with Children and Young People: Co-constructing Practice. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan in association with The Open University, pp. 131–142.

Crafter, Sarah and de Abreu, Guida (2011). Teachers discussions about parental use of implicit and explicit mathematics in the home. In: Seventh Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education , 9-11 February 2011, Rzeszow, Poland. (Unpublished)

Faulkner, Dorothy (2011). Angels, tooth fairies and ghosts: thinking creatively in an early years classroom. In: Faulkner, Dorothy and Coates, Elizabeth eds. Exploring Children's Creative Narratives. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 39–62. file

Faulkner, Dorothy and Coates, Elizabeth (2011). Exploring children's creative narratives: some theoretical, methodological and applied perscpectives. In: Faulkner, Dorothy and Coates, Elizabeth eds. Exploring Children's Creative Narratives. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 1–10. file

Gallacher, Lesley-Anne (2011). (Fullmetal) alchemy: the monstrosity of reading words and pictures in Shonen Manga. Cultural Geographies, 18(4) pp. 457–473. file

Hammersley, Martyn (2011). On Becker’s studies of marijuana use as an example of analytic induction. Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 41(4) pp. 535–566.

Hammersley, Martyn (2011). Methodology: Who Needs It? London, UK: Sage.

Henry, Lucy A.; Messer, David J. and Nash, Gilly (2011). Executive functioning in children with specific language impairment. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 53(1) pp. 37–45.

Hood, Bruce, M.; Gjersoe, Nathalia; Donnelly, Katherine; Byers, Alison and Itakura, Shoji (2011). Moral Contagion Attitudes towards Potential Organ Transplants in British and Japanese Adults. Journal of Cognition and Culture, 11(3) pp. 269–286.

Ibbotson, Paul (2011). Abstracting grammar from social–cognitive foundations: a developmental sketch of learning. Review of General Psychology, 15(4) pp. 331–343. file

Ibbotson, Paul; Theakston, Anna; Lieven, Elena and Tomasello, Michael (2011). The role of pronoun frames in early comprehension of transitive constructions in English. Language Learning and Development, 7(1) pp. 24–39. file

Kehily, Mary Jane and Maybin, Janet (2011). A window on children's lives? The process and problematics of representing children in audio visual case study. Journal of Children and Media , 5(3) pp. 267–283. file

Kehily, Mary Jane and Thomson, Rachel (2011). Figuring families: generation, situation and narrative in contemporary mothering. Sociological Research Online, 16(4) Article 16. file

Kellett, Mary (2011). Empowering children and young people as researchers: overcoming barriers and building capacity. Child Indicators Research , 4(2) pp. 205–219.

Kellett, Mary (2011). Children's Perspectives on Integrated Services: Every child matters in policy and practice. Interagency working in health and social care. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Kellett, Mary (2011). How was it for me? Reviewing the impact of Every Child Matters through the lens of the child. In: 3rd Conference of the International Society for Child Indicators, 27-29th July 2011, York, UK. file

Kerawalla, Lucinda; Littleton, Karen; Scanlon, Eileen; Jones, Ann; Gaved, Mark; Collins, Trevor; Mulholland, Paul; Blake, Canan; Clough, Gill; Conole, Grainne and Petrou, Marilena (2011). Personal inquiry learning trajectories in geography: technological support across contexts. Interactive Learning Environments, 21(6) pp. 497–515.

Messer, David and Dockrell, Julie (2011). Lexical access and literacy in children with word-finding difficulties. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 46(4) pp. 473–480.

Montgomery, Heather (2011). Rumours of child trafficking after natural disasters: Fact, fiction or fantasy? Journal of Children and Media, 5(4) pp. 395–410.

Montgomery, Heather (2011). Defining child trafficking & child prostitution: the case of Thailand. Seattle Journal for Social Justice, 9(2) pp. 775–811.

Norgate, Sarah and Littleton, Karen (2011). Children's memories for events relating to treatment for eye cancer: influence of age at loss of eye. Infant Mental Health Journal, 32(5) pp. 563–577.

Oates, John and Szekeres, Csaba (2011). Vortex. Hunnia FilmStudio, Budapest.

Scanlon, E.; Anastopoulou, S.; Kerawalla, L. and Mulholland, P. (2011). How technology resources can be used to represent personal inquiry and support students' understanding of it across contexts. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 27(6) pp. 516–529.

Scanlon, Eileen; Anastopoulou, Stamatina and Kerawalla, Lucinda (2011). Inquiry learning reconsidered; contexts, representations and challenges. In: Littleton, Karen; Scanlon, Eileen and Sharples, Mike eds. Orchestrating Inquiry Learning. Abingdon: Routledge.

Scanlon, Eileen; Blake, Canan; Twiner, Alison; Collins, Trevor; Jones, Ann and Kerawalla, Lucinda (2011). Collaboration in communities of inquirers: an example from a geography field trip. In: 9th International Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning Conference, 04-08 July 2011, Hong Kong.

Sheehy, Kieron; Kumrai, Rajni and Woodhead, Martin (2011). Young people’s experiences of Personal Advisors and the Connexions service. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 30(3) pp. 168–182.

Streuli, Natalia; Vennam, Uma and Woodhead, Martin (2011). Increasing choice or inequality? Pathways through early education in Andhra Pradesh, India. Bernard van Leer Foundation. file

Tarapdar, Saima and Kellett, Mary (2011). Young people's voices on cyber bullying: what can age comparisons tell us. Diana Award. file

Thomson, Rachel and Kehily, Mary Jane (2011). Troubling reflexivity: the identity flows of teachers becoming mothers. Gender and Education, 23(3) pp. 233–245. file

Thomson, Rachel; Kehily, Mary Jane; Hadfield, Lucy and Sharpe, Sue (2011). Making Modern Mothers. Bristol: Policy Press.

Underwood, Jean D.M; Kerlin, Lianne and Farrington-Flint, Lee (2011). The lies we tell and what they say about us: using behavioural characteristics to explain Facebook activity. Computers in Human Behavior, 27(5) pp. 1621–1626. file

Woodhead, Martin (2011). Pathways through early childhood education in Ethiopia, India and Peru: rights, equity and diversity. In: Boyden, Jo and Bourdillon, Michael eds. Childhood Poverty: Multidisciplinary Approaches. Palgrave Studies on Children and Development. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 241–260.

Woodhead, Martin (2011). Promoting young children’s development: implications of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. In: Miller, Linda; Cable, Caroline and Drury, Rose eds. Extending Professional Practice in the Early Years. London: Sage.

2010

Brockliss, Laurence and Montgomery, Heather eds. (2010). Childhood and Violence in the Western Tradition. Oxbow Books, Childhood in Archaeology Monograph, 1. Oxford: Oxbow.

Brockliss, Laurence and Montgomery, Heather eds. (2010). Childhood and Violence in the Western Tradition. Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past Monograph series, 1. Oxford, UK: Oxbow Books.

Brooker, Liz and Woodhead, Martin eds. (2010). Culture and Learning. Early Childhood in Focus, 6. Milton Keynes: The Open University. file

Oates, John ed. (2010). Supporting Parenting. Early Childhood in Focus, 5. Milton Keynes: The Open University. file

Betts, Lucy; Farrington-Flint, Lee; Stiller, James; Larkin, Rebecca and Williams, Gareth (2010). Development during the early years. In: Banyard, Philip; Davies, Mark; Norman, Christine and Winder, Belinda eds. Essential Psychology: A Comprehensive Introduction. London: Sage, pp. 257–274.

Bragg, Sara (2010). Consulting Young People: a literature review. CCE, London. file

Brownlow, Charlotte (2010). Presenting the self: negotiating a label of autism. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 35(1) pp. 14–21.

Buckingham, David; Willett, Rebekah; Bragg, Sara and Russell, Rachel (2010). Sexualised goods aimed at children: a report to the Scottish Parliament Equal Opportunities Committee. Scottish Parliament Equal Opportunities Committee, Edinburgh, UK. file

Bucknall, Sue (2010). Children as researchers in English primary schools: developing a model for good practice. In: British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, 1-4 Sep 2010, University of Warwick, UK. file

Camfield, Laura; Streuli, Natalia and Woodhead, Martin (2010). Children's wellbeing in developing countries: a conceptual and methodological review. European Journal of Development Research, 22(3) pp. 398–416.

Clark, Alison (2010). Transforming Childrens' Spaces: Children's and Adults' Participation in Designing Learning Environments. London: Routledge.

Clark, Alison (2010). Young children as protagonists and the role of participatory, visual methods in engaging multiple perspectives. American Journal of Community Psychology, 46(1- 2) pp. 115–123. file

Clark, Alison (2010). 'In-between' spaces in postwar primary schools: a micro-study of a 'welfare room' (1977-1993). History of Education, 39(6) pp. 767–778.

Cline, Tony; De Abreu, Guida; O'Dell, Lindsay and Crafter, Sarah (2010). Recent research on child language brokering in the United Kingdom. MediAziono: Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies on Language and Cultures, 10 pp. 105–124. file

Conole, Grainne; Scanlon, Eileen; Littleton, Karen; Kerawalla, Lucinda and Mulholland, Paul (2010). Personal inquiry: innovations in participatory design and models for inquiry learning. Educational Multimedia International, 47(4) pp. 277–292. file

Cornock, Marc and Montgomery, Heather (2010). Children’s rights in and out of the womb. The International Journal of Children's Rights, 9(1) pp. 3–19. file

Coyne, Emily; Farrington-Flint, Lee; Underwood, Jean and Stiller, James (2010). The influence of rime-unit frequency on children’s lexical word-reading strategies. In: Seventeenth Annual Meeting, Society for the Scientific Study of Reading, 7-10 July 2010, Berlin, Germany.

Crafter, S.; O'Dell, Lindsay; Cline, T. and de Abreu, G. (2010). Researching children and young people's lives: the problem of interpretation in vignette methodology. In: BPS Qualitative Research in Psychology Section QMiP conference, 23–25 Aug 2010, Nottingham, UK. (Unpublished) filefile

Crafter, Sarah and Abreu, Guida de (2010). Constructing identities in multicultural learning contexts. Mind, Culture and Activity, 17(2) pp. 102–118. file

Crafter, Sarah and De Abreu, Guida (2010). The mediating role of a minority ethnic teacher's past experiences as a tool for understanding mathematical learning and teaching. In: European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) Special Interest Group 21: Learning and Teaching in Culturally Diverse Settings: Moving through cultures of learning , 2-3 Sep 2010, Utrecht, The Netherlands. (Unpublished)

Crafter, Sarah; De Abreu, Guida; Cline, Tony and O'Dell, Lindsay (2010). Using the vignette methodology as a tool for exploring cultural identity positions. In: European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) Special Interest Group 21: Learning and Teaching in Culturally Diverse Settings: Moving through cultures of learning, 2-3 Sep 2010, Utrecht, The Netherlands. (Unpublished) file

Crook, Charles; Harrison, Colin; Farrington-Flint, Lee; Tomas, Carmen and Underwood, Jean (2010). The Impact of Technology: Value-Added Classroom Practice. BECTA. file

Farrington-Flint, Lee; Betts, Lucy; Larkin, Rebecca; Stiller, James; Torrance, Mark and Williams, Gareth (2010). Development during the school years. In: Banyard, Philip; Davies, Mark; Norman, Christine and Winder, Belinda eds. Essential Psychology: A Comprehensive Introduction. London: Sage, pp. 276–295.

Farrington-Flint, Lee; Canobi, Katherine H.; Wood, Clare and Faulkner, Dorothy (2010). Children's patterns of reasoning about reading and addition concepts. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 28(2) pp. 427–448. file

Gaved, Mark; Collins, Trevor; Mulholland, Paul; Kerawalla, Lucinda; Jones, Ann; Scanlon, Eileen; Littleton, Karen; Blake, Canan; Petrou, Marilena; Clough, Gill and Twiner, Alison (2010). Using netbooks to support mobile learners' investigations across activities and places. Open Learning: The Journal of Open and Distance Learning, 25(3) pp. 187–200. file

Gaved, Mark; Mulholland, Paul; Kerawalla, Lucinda; Collins, Trevor and Scanlon, Eileen (2010). More notspots than hotspots: strategies for undertaking networked learning in the real world. In: mLearn 2010 9th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning, 20 - 22 October 2010, Valetta, Malta. file

Hadfield, Lucy; Kehily, Mary Jane; Sharpe, Sue and Thomson, Rachel (2010). The QLR 'workbook': A recursive approach to data generation. In: Timescapes 2010: The craft of qualitative longitudinal research, 20 January 2010, Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University.

Hammersley, Martyn (2010). Can we re-use qualitative data via secondary analysis? Notes on some terminological and substantive issues. Sociological Research Online, 15(1)

Hammersley, Martyn (2010). A historical and comparative note on the relationship between analytic induction and grounded theorising. Forum: Qualitative Social Research, 11(2) article no. 4.

Hammersley, Martyn (2010). The case of disappearing dilemma: Herbert Blumer on sociiological method. History of the Human Sciences, 23(5) pp. 70–90.

Hammersley, Martyn (2010). Is Social Measurement Possible, and is it Necessary? In: Walford, Geoffrey; Tucker, Eric and Viswanathan, Madhu eds. Sage Handbook of Measurement. London, UK: Sage, pp. 409–426.

Hammersley, Martyn (2010). A selective and partially annotated bibliography on transcription in social research. Unpublished. file

Hammersley, Martyn (2010). Reproducing or constructing? Some questions about transcription in social research. Qualitative Research, 10(5) pp. 553–569. file

Hammersley, Martyn (2010). Aristotelian or Galileian? On a puzzle about the philosophical sources of analytic induction. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, 40(4) pp. 393–409.

Kanngiesser, Patricia; Gjersoe, Nathalia and Hood, Bruce, M. (2010). The effect of creative labor on property-ownership transfer by preschool children and adults. Psychological Science, 21(9) pp. 1236–1241. file

Kellett, Mary (2010). Rethinking Children and Research. London: Continuum.

Kellett, Mary (2010). WeCan2: exploring the implications of young people with learning disabilities engaging in their own research. European Journal of Special Needs Education, 25(1) pp. 31–44.

Kerawalla, Lucinda; Petrou, Marilena and Scanlon, Eileen (2010). Talk Factory: the use of graphical representations to support argumentation around an interactive whiteboard in primary school science. In: Computer-Based Learning in Science, 7-10 Jul 2010, Warsaw, Poland.

Kerawalla, Lucinda; Scanlon, Eileen; Jones, Ann; Littleton, Karen; Mulholland, Paul; Collins, Trevor; Twiner, Alison; Clough, Gill; Blake, Canan; Petrou, Marilena; Conole, Grainne and Gaved, Mark (2010). Being a Geographer: the role of mobile, scripted inquiry in mediating embodied meaning-making during Geography fieldtrips. In: 9th World Conference on Mobile and Contextual Learning (mlearn 2010), 19-22 Oct 2010, Valletta, Malta.

Minocha, Shailey and Kerawalla, Lucinda (2010). Understanding students' self-motivated blogging and development of study skills and research skills. In: Lee, Mark J. W. and McLoughlin, Catherine eds. Web 2.0-Based E-Learning: Applying Social Informatics for Tertiary Teaching. IGI Global, pp. 149–179. file

Montgomery, Heather (2010). Focusing on the child, not the prostitute: shifting the emphasis in accounts of child prostitution. Wagadu: A Journal of Transnational Women's and Gender Studies, 8 pp. 166–188.

Montgomery, Heather (2010). Child Sex Tourism: Is extra-territorial legislation the answer? In: Botterill, David and Jones, Trevor eds. Tourism and Crime: Key Themes. Oxford, U.K.: Goodfellow Publishing.

Montgomery, Heather (2010). Unwanted children and adoption in England. In: Brockliss, Laurence and Montgomery, Heather eds. Childhood and Violence in the Western Tradition. Childhood in Archaeology Monograph (1). Oxford, U.K.: Oxbow Books.

Montgomery, Heather (2010). The rights of the child: Rightfully mine! In: Kassem, Derek; Murphy, Lisa and Taylor, Elizabeth eds. Key Issues in Childhood and Youth Studies. London: Routledge, pp. 149–158.

Montgomery, Heather (2010). Re-socialising the child from potential enemy to protected innocent: the early fundraising of the Save the Children Fund. AmS-Skrifter, 23, pp. 137–144. file

Montgomery, Heather (2010). Introduction: Childhood and violence in the Western tradition. In: Brockliss, Laurence and Montgomery, Heather eds. Children, violence and the western tradition. Childhood in Archaeology Monograph (1). Oxford, U.K.: Oxbow Books.

Montgomery, Heather (2010). Learning gender roles. In: Lancy, David F.; Bock, John and Gaskins, Suzanne eds. The Anthropology of Learning in Childhood. Lanham: Alta-Mira Press, pp. 287–308. file

O'Dell, L.; Crafter, S.; De Abreu, G. and Cline, T. (2010). Constructing 'normal childhoods': Young people talk about young carers. Disability and Society, 25(6) pp. 643–655.

Scanlon, Eileen; Kerawalla, Lucinda; Gaved, Mark; Jones, Ann; Collins, Trevor; Mulholland, Paul; Blake, Canan; Petrou, Marilena and Littleton, Karen (2010). The challenge of supporting networked personal inquiry learning across contexts. In: The 7th International Conference on Networked Learning 2010, 3-4 May 2010, Aalborg, Denmark. file

Scanlon, Eileen; Kerawalla, Lucinda; Twiner, Alison; Mulholland, Paul; Collins, Trevor; Jones, Ann; Gaved, Mark; Littleton, Karen; Blake, Canan and Conole, Grainne (2010). Personal Inquiry: scripting support for inquiry learning by participatory design. In: Computer-Based Learning in Science, 7-10 Jul 2010, Warsaw, Poland.

Simmons, Katy; Laerke, Anna; Conway, Danny and Woodhead, Martin (2010). 'We are the ones we have been waiting for': the work of community mobilisers in Milton Keynes. In: Rix, Jonathan; Nind, Melanie; Sheehy, Kieron; Simmons, Katy; Parry, John and Kumrai, Rajni eds. Equality, participation and inclusion: diverse contexts, Volume 2. London: Routledge, pp. 53–67.

Thomson, Rachel; Hadfield, Lucy; Kehily, Mary Jane and Sharpe, Sue (2010). Family fortunes: an intergenerational perspective on recession. Twenty-First Century Society, 5(2) pp. 149–157. file

Underwood, Jean; Baguley, Thomas; Banyard, Philip; Dillon, Gayle; Farrington-Flint, Lee; Hayes, Mary; Le Geyt, Gabrielle; Murphy, Jamie and Selwood, Ian (2010). Understanding the Impact of Technology: Learner and School Level Factors. BECTA. file

2009

Montgomery, Heather and Kellett, Mary eds. (2009). Children and young people’s worlds: Developing frameworks for integrated practice. Bristol, UK: Policy Press.

Montgomery, Heather and Watson, Nicola eds. (2009). Children's literature: Classic texts and contemporary trends. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Arreckx, F.; Bates, S.; Canning, N. and Oates, J. (2009). Developing through play: A multi-media professional development package. In: British Psychological Society (BPS) Developmental Psychology Section Conference, 9-11 September 2009, Nottingham Trent University.

Bragg, Sara and Buckingham, David (2009). Too much too young? Young people, sexual media and learning. In: Attwood, Feona ed. Mainstreaming Sex: The Sexualization of Western Culture. London: I. B. Tauris, pp. 129–146. file

Bragg, Sara; Manchester, Helen and Faulkner, Dorothy (2009). Youth Voice in the work of Creative Partnerships. Creativity, Culture and Education, London. file

Brownlow, Charlotte and O'Dell, Lindsay (2009). Representations of autism: Implications for community healthcare practice. Community Practitioner, 82(7) pp. 18–21. file

Brownlow, Charlotte and O'Dell, Lindsay (2009). Challenging understandings of 'theory of mind': a brief report. Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities, 47(6) pp. 473–478. file

Bucknall, Sue (2009). Children as researchers: exploring issues and barriers in English primary schools. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Camfield, Laura; Crivello, Gina and Woodhead, Martin (2009). Wellbeing research in developing countries: reviewing the role of qualitative methods. Social Indicators Research, 90(1) pp. 5–31.

Camfield, Laura; Streuli, Natalia and Woodhead, Martin (2009). What's the use of 'well-being' in contexts of child poverty? Approaches to research, monitoring and children's participation. International Journal of Children's Rights, 17(1) pp. 65–109. file

Chu, Judy Y.; Drummond, Murray; Redman, Peter; Fine, Gary Alan; Morrell, Robert; Keddie, Amanda; Korobov, Neill; Janssen, Diederik F.; Pallotta-Chiarolli, Maria; Kehily, Mary Jane; Timimi, Sami; Pomerance, Murray and Levant, Ronald F. (2009). Comments on the status of Boyhood Studies. Thymos: Journal of Boyhood Studies, 3(2) pp. 111–154. file

Clark, Alison (2009). Undertaking research with children. In: Maynard, Trisha and Thomas, Nigel eds. An Introduction to Early Childhood Studies (2nd ed). London: SAGE Publications Ltd.

Cline, Tony; Crafter, Sarah; de Abreu, Guida and O'Dell, Lindsay (2009). Changing families, changing childhoods: changing schools? Pastoral Care in Education, 27(1) pp. 29–39.

Cooper, Victoria (2009). Distance learning and professional development. In: Reed, Michael and Canning, Natalie eds. Reflective Practice in the Early Years. London: Sage Publications, pp. 143–155.

Crafter, Sarah; O'Dell, Lindsay; Abreu, Guida de and Cline, Tony (2009). Young peoples' representations of 'atypical' work in English society. Children and Society, 23(3) pp. 176–188. file

Crivello, Gina; Camfield, Laura and Woodhead, Martin (2009). How can children tell us about their wellbeing? Exploring the potential of participatory research approaches within young lives. Social Indicators Research, 90(1) pp. 51–72.

Farrington-Flint, Lee; Vanuxem-Cotterill, Sophie and Stiller, James (2009). Patterns of problem-solving in children's literacy and arithmetic. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 27(4) pp. 815–834. file

Gjersoe, Nathalia and Hood, Bruce, M. (2009). On the adaptive advantage of always being right (even when one is not). Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 32(6) pp. 521–522. file

Gjersoe, Nathalia L. and Hood, Bruce M. (2009). Clever eyes and stupid hands: current thoughts on why dissociations of apparent knowledge occur on solidity tasks. In: Hood, Bruce M. and Santos, Laurie R. eds. The Origins of Object Knowledge. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 353–371. file

Hadfield, Lucy; Kehily, Mary Jane; Thomson, Rachel and Sharpe, Sue (2009). Acting up and acting out: encountering children in a longitudinal study of mothering. In: 9th Conference of the European Sociological Association: European society or European societies, 2-5 September 2009, Lisbon, Portugal.

Hammersley, Martyn (2009). Challenging relativism: The problem of assessment criteria. Qualitative Inquiry, 15(1) pp. 3–29.

Hammersley, Martyn (2009). Objectivity. In: Williams, Malcolm and Vogt, W. Paul eds. Sage Handbook of Methodological Innovation. London: Sage.

Hammersley, Martyn (2009). Against the ethicists: on the evils of ethical regulation. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 12(3) pp. 211–225. file

Hammersley, Martyn (2009). Why critical realism fails to justify critical social research. Methodological Innovations Online, 4(2) pp. 1–11. file

Hammersley, Martyn (2009). What is evidence for evidence-based practice? In: Otto, Hans-Uwe; Polutta, Andreas and Ziegler, Holger eds. Evidence-Based Practice - Modernising the Knowledge Base of Social Work. Opladen: Budrich. file

Ibbotson, Paul and Tomasello, Michael (2009). Prototype constructions in early language acquisition. Language and Cognition, 1(1) pp. 59–85. file

Kehily, M. J. and Thomson, R. (2009). Troubling reflexivity: The identity flows of teachers becoming mothers. In: Gender and Education International Conference: 'Gender: Regulation and Resistance in Education', 25-27 March 2009, Institute of Education, University of London.

Kehily, M. J. and Thomson, R. (2009). Situations in a common culture: Interdisciplinary strategies for mapping modern motherhood. In: ESRC Research Seminar Series: Cross Cultural and Interdisciplinary Issues in Research on Motherhoods, Markets and Consumption, 16 January 2009, Keele University.

Kehily, M.J. and Nayak, A. (2009). Global femininities: consumption, culture and the significance of place. In: Dillabough, J.; McLeod, J. and Mills, M. eds. Troubling Gender in Education. New York: Routledge.

Kehily, M. J. (2009). What is identity? A sociological perspective. In: ESRC Seminar Series: The educational and social impact of new technologies on young people in Britain, 2 March 2009, London School of Economics, UK. file

Kehily, Mary (2009). Peer culture, masculinities and schooling. In: Budde, J. and Mammes , I. eds. Jurgenforschung Empirisch Zwischen Schule, Mannlichem Habitus und Peerkultur [Empirical Research on Boys – Between School, Male Habitus and Peer Culture]. Wiesbaden, Germany: VS Verlag, pp. 163–173. file

Kellett, Mary (2009). Children as researchers: what can we learn from them about the impact of poverty on literacy opportunities? International Journal of Inclusive Education, 13(4) pp. 395–408.

Kellett, Mary (2009). Children and young people’s voices. In: Montgomery, Heather and Kellett, Mary eds. Children and Young People’s Worlds: Developing Frameworks for Integrated Practice. Bristol: Policy Press.

Kellett, Mary (2009). Children and young people's participation. In: Montgomery, Heather and Kellett, Mary eds. Children and young people's worlds: Developing frameworks for integrated practice. Bristol: Policy press, pp. 43–60.

Kellett, Mary (2009). Children and young people's voices. In: Montgomery, Heather and Kellett, Mary eds. Children and Young People's Worlds: Developing Frameworks For Integrated Practice. Bristol: Policy press, pp. 237–252.

Kellett, Mary and Sahin, Ali (2009). Children as Researchers: Pedagogy and Praxis (an Introduction to a Special Issue of the Eurasian Journal of Educational Research). Ani Publishing (In Press).

Kellett, Mary (2009). Children as researchers: issues, impact and contribution to knowledge. In: Counting Children In! 2nd International Conference of Child Indicators, 3-5 Nov 2009, Sydney, Australia. file

Kerawalla, Lucinda; Minocha, Shailey; Kirkup, Gill and Conole, Grainne (2009). Supporting student blogging in higher education. In: Hatzipanagos, Stylianos and Warburton, Steven eds. Handbook of research on social software and developing community ontologies. New York: Information Science Reference, pp. 222–237.

Kerawalla, L.; Minocha, S.; Kirkup, G. and Conole, G. (2009). An empirically grounded framework to guide blogging in higher education. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 25(1) pp. 31–42. file

Kerawalla, L.; Scanlon, E.; Jones, A.; Collins, T.; Conole, G.; Littleton, K.; Mulholland, P.; Twiner, A.; Tosunoglu Blake, C. and Gaved, Mark (2009). Characterising participation trajectories and the negotiation of personalised inquiry learning in the secondary school geography classroom. In: British Educational Research Association, September 2009, Manchester, UK.

Kerawalla, Lucinda; Scanlon, Eileen; Twiner, Alison; Jones, Ann; Littleton, Karen; Conole, Grainne; Mulholland, Paul; Collins, Trevor; Blake, Canan; Clough, Gill and Gaved, Mark (2009). Technological mediation of personal inquiry in UK GCSE geography: opportunities and challenges. In: CAL09 - Learning in Digital Worlds, 23-25 March 2009, Brighton, UK.

Milford, Rebecca and Oates, John (2009). Universal screening and early intervention for maternal mental health and attachment difficulties. Community Practitioner, 82(8) pp. 30–33. file

Montgomery, Heather (2009). Childhood. In: Barnard, Alan and Spencer, Jonathan eds. Encyclopedia of Social and Cultural Anthropology. London, UK: Routledge.

Montgomery, Heather (2009). What constitutes transgressive sex? The case of child prostitution in Thailand. In: Donnan, Hastings and Magowan, Fiona eds. Transgressive Sex: Subversion and Control in Erotic Encounters. Volume 13, Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality. Oxford, UK: Berghahn, pp. 191–210.

Montgomery, Heather (2009). The purposes of children's literature. In: Maybin, Janet and Watson, Nicola J. eds. Children's Literature: Approaches and Territories. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Montgomery, Heather (2009). Children and families in an international context. In: Montgomery, Heather and Kellett, Mary eds. Children and Young People's Worlds: Developing Frameworks for Integrated Practice. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 77–89.

Montgomery, Heather (2009). Children, young people and poverty. In: Montgomery, Heather and Kellett, Mary eds. Children and Young People's Worlds: Developing Frameworks for Integrated Practice. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 165–180.

Montgomery, Heather (2009). Children within anthropology: lessons from the past. Childhood in the Past: An International Journal, 2(1) pp. 3–14. file

Nash, Avril S.; Pine, Karen J. and Messer, David J. (2009). Television alcohol advertising: Do children really mean what they say? British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 27(1) pp. 85–104.

Sheehy, K.; Rix, J.; Collins, J.; Hall, K.; Nind, M. and Wearmouth, J. (2009). A systematic review of whole class, subject based, pedagogies with reported outcomes for the academic and social inclusion of pupils with special educational needs in mainstream classrooms. EPPI-Centre, Social Science Research Unit, Institute of Education, University of London, UK. file

Simmons, Katy and Woodhead, Martin (2009). A Summary Report on the Community Mobilisers Evaluation. Milton Keynes Council for Voluntary Services, Milton Keynes.

Siraj-Blatchford, Iram and Woodhead, Martin eds. (2009). Effective Early Childhood Programmes. Early Childhood in Focus (4). Milton Keynes: Open University. file

Strauss, Pat; Goodfellow, Robin and Puxley, Marianne (2009). A contextualised online writing support system: Creating the links between generic skills and the discipline. In: ascilite 2009: Same places, different spaces, 6-9 Dec 2009, Auckland, New Zealand. file

Thomson, Rachel; Kehily, Mary; Hadfield, Lucy and Sharpe, Sue (2009). The making of modern motherhoods: Storying an emergent identity. In: Wetherell, Margaret ed. Identity in the 21st Century: New Trends in Changing Times. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 197–212. file

Underwood, Jean; Baguely, Thomas; Banyard, Philip; Dillon, Gayle; Farrington-Flint, Lee; Hayes, Mary; Hick, Peter; LeGeyt, Gabrielle; Murphy, Jamie; Selwood, Ian and Wright, Madeline (2009). Personalising Learning. BECTA. file

Underwood, Jean; Banyard, Philip; Betts, Lucy; Farrington-Flint, Lee; Kerlin, Lianne; Stiller, James and Yeomans, Suzanne (2009). Narrowing the gap: An exploration of the ways technology can support approaches to narrowing the gap for underachieving and low-achieving learners in secondary schools. BECTA. file

Underwood, Jean; Banyard, Philip; Betts, Lucy; Farrington-Flint, Lee; Stiller, James and Yeomans, Suzanne (2009). Narrowing the gap: Literature review. BECTA. file

Vennam, Uma; Komanduri, Anuradha; Cooper, Elizabeth; Crivello, Gina and Woodhead, Martin (2009). Early Childhood Education Trajectories and Transitions: A study of the experiences and perspectives of parents and children in Andhra Pradesh, India. Young Lives Working Paper 52. Young Lives, University of Oxford, Department of International Development. file

Vogler, Pia; Morrow, Virginia and Woodhead, Martin (2009). Conceptualising and measuring children’s time use. Young Lives Technical Note 14. Young Lives, University of Oxford, Department of International Development. file

Woodhead, Martin (2009). Child development and development of childhood. In: Qvortrup, Jens; Corsaro, William A. and Honig, Michael-Sebastian eds. The Palgrave Handbook of Childhood Studies. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Woodhead, Martin (2009). Pathways through early childhood education in Ethiopia, India and Peru: Rights, equity and diversity. Young Lives Working Paper 54. Young Lives, University of Oxford, Department of International Development. file

Woodhead, Martin; Ames, Patricia; Vennam, Uma; Abebe, Workneh and Streuli, Natalia (2009). Equity and quality? Challenges for early childhood and primary education in Ethiopia, India and Peru. Bernard van Leer Foundation, The Hague, Netherlands. file

Yuill, Nicola; Pearce, Darren; Kerawalla, Lucinda; Harris, Amanda and Luckin, Rosemary (2009). How technology for comprehension training can support conversation towards the joint construction of meaning. Journal of Research in Reading, 32(1) pp. 109–125. file

2008

Brooker, Liz and Woodhead, Martin eds. (2008). Developing Positive Identities: Diversity and Young Children. Early Childhood in Focus (3). Milton Keynes: Open University. file

Kehily, Mary Jane ed. (2008). Wprowadzenie do badań nad dzieciństwem. Krakow, Poland: Wydawnictwo.

Kehily, Mary Jane ed. (2008). An Introduction to Childhood Studies. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.

Bragg, Sara and Buckingham, David (2008). 'Scrapbooks' as a resource in media research with young people. In: Thomson, Pat ed. Doing Visual Research with Children and Young People. UK: Routledge, pp. 114–131. file

Camfield, L.; Streuli, N. and Woodhead, M. (2008). Children's Well-being in Contexts of Poverty: Approaches to Research, Monitoring and Participation. Young Lives. file

Collins, Trevor; Gaved, Mark; Mulholland, Paul; Kerawalla, Cindy; Twiner, Alison; Scanlon, Eileen; Jones, Ann; Littleton, Karen; Conole, Grainne and Blake, Canan (2008). Supporting location-based inquiry learning across school, field and home contexts. In: Proceedings of the MLearn 2008 Conference, 7 - 10 Oct 2008, Ironbridge Gorge, Shropshire, UK. file

Conole, Grainne; Scanlon, Eileen; Kerawalla, Lucinda; Mulholland, Paul; Anastopulou, Stamatina and Blake, Canan (2008). From design to narrative: the development of inquiry-based learning models. In: World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications (EDMEDIA), 30 June - 4 July 2008, Vienna. file

Cooper, V. (2008). Children's Identity. In: Collins, J. and Foley, P. eds. Promoting Children's Well-being: Policy and Practice. Bristol, UK: Policy Press in association with the Open University Press.

Crafter, Sarah (2008). Parental re-sources of understanding mathematical achievement in culturally diverse settings. In: European Association for Research in Learning and Instruction Conference: 1st SIG 21 (Learning and Teaching in Culturally Diverse Settings) Meeting, 19–20 May 2008, Gothenberg, Sweden. (Unpublished) file

Davey, Graham; Albert, Ian P.; Chandler, Chris; Jones, Dai; Stirling, Chris; Messer, David J. and Moore, Simon (2008). Complete Psychology, Second Edition. London, UK: Hodder Education.

Farrington-Flint, Lee; Coyne, Emily; Stiller, James and Heath, Emily (2008). Variability in children's early reading strategies. Educational Psychology, 28(6) pp. 643–661.

Farrington-Flint, Lee; Stash, Amanda and Stiller, James (2008). Monitoring variability and change in children's spelling strategies. Educational Psychology, 28(2) pp. 133–149.

Farrington-Flint, Lee; Underwood, Jean and Banyard, Philip (2008). Children's control of their digital world: developmental shifts in technology performance. In: British Psychological Society Developmental Section Annual Conference, 1-3 September 2008, Oxford Brookes University.

Faulkner, Dorothy (2008). Research by children for children: How the Children's Research Centre at the Open University supports children to become active researchers. In: Kourti, Evangelia and Jacquinot-Delaunay, Genevieve eds. Des jeunes et des medias en Europe: Nouvelles tendances de la recherche. Les médias en actes. Paris: L'Harmattan.

Gallacher, Lesley-Anne (2008). (Fullmetal) alchemy: practices of reading manga. In: Annual International Conference of the Royal Geographical Society with Institute of British Geographers, 27-29 Aug 2008, London.

Gallacher, Lesley-Anne (2008). Spatialising narrative: ‘irresponsible pictures’. In: Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers, 19 Apr 2008, Boston, USA.

Gallacher, Lesley-Anne and Gallagher, Michael (2008). Methodological immaturity in childhood research? Thinking through 'participatory methods'. Childhood, 15(4) pp. 499–516. file

Hammersley, Martyn (2008). Reflexivity for what? A response to Gewirtz and Cribb on the role of values in the sociology of education. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 29(5) pp. 549–558.

Hammersley, Martyn (2008). Questioning Qualitative Research: Critical Essays. London, UK: Sage.

Hammersley, Martyn (2008). Troubling criteria: a critical commentary on Furlong and Oancea's framework for assessing educational research. British Educational Research Journal, 34(6) pp. 747–762.

Hammersley, Martyn (2008). Causality as conundrum: The case of qualitative inquiry. Methodological Innovations Online, 2(3)

Hammersley, Martyn (2008). Paradigm war revived? On the diagnosis of resistance to randomized controlled trials and systematic review in education. International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 31(1) pp. 3–10.

Hammersley, Martyn (2008). Troubles with triangulation. In: Bergman, Manfred Max ed. Advances in Mixed Methods Research. London: Sage, pp. 22–36. file

Kehily, M and Montgomery, H (2008). Innocence and experience revisited. In: Kehily, M ed. An Introduction to Childhood Studies, 2nd Edition. Maidenhead: The Open University Press.

Kehily, M. J. (2008). Motherhood, class and education. In: Aspire Aimhigher South East London and London East Thames Gateway Aimhigher Annual Conference, 26 June 2008, Kings College, London.

Kehily, M. J. (2008). Picturing motherhood. In: ESRC National Centre for Research Methods, 'Vital Signs' Conference, 9-11 September 2008, University of Manchester.

Kehily, M. J. and Nayak, A. (2008). Global femininities: consumption, culture and the significance of place. In: American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, 24-28 March 2008, New York.

Kehily, M.J. (2008). The future of childhood: crisis, cyclical concern or accommodation? In: Kehily, Mary Jane ed. An Introduction to Childhood Studies, 2nd edition. Open University Press / McGraw Hill Education.

Kehily, Mary J. and Nayak, Anoop (2008). Lads, chavs and pram-face girls: embodiment and emotion in working-class youth cultures. In: Emotional Geographies of Education Symposium, Institute of Education, 6 November 2008, University of London.

Kehily, Mary Jane and Nayak, Anoop (2008). Global femininities: consumption, culture and the significance of place. Discourse: Studies in the cultural politics of education, 29(3) pp. 325–342.

Kehily, Mary Jane (2008). Taking centre stage? Girlhood and the contradictions of femininity across three generations. Girlhood Studies, 1(2) pp. 51–71. file

Kellett, Mary and Ward, Ben (2008). Children as active researchers: participation and power sharing. In: Moore, Shannon A. and Mitchell, Richard C. eds. Power, pedagogy and praxis: social justice in the globalized classroom. Critical issues in the future of learning and teaching (1). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers, pp. 91–104.

Kellett, Mary (2008). Issues of empowerment and human rights for children and young people with severe learning disabilities through the development of participatory research strategies. SLD Experience, 52(1) pp. 3–9.

Kellett, Mary (2008). Special educational needs and inclusion in the classroom: an historical overview. In: Matheson, David ed. An Introduction to the Study of Education (3rd Edition). Abingdon, UK: David Fulton Publishers, pp. 156–170.

Kerawalla, Lucinda; Minocha, Shailey; Kirkup, Gill and Conole, Grainne (2008). Characterising the different blogging behaviours of students on an online distance learning course. Learning, Media and Technology, 33(1) pp. 21–33.

Kerawalla, Lucinda; Pearce, Darren; Yuill, Nicola; Luckin, Rosemary and Harris, Amanda (2008). ‘‘I’m keeping those there, are you?’’ The role of a new userinterface paradigm – Separate Control of Shared Space(SCOSS) – in the collaborative decision-making process. Computers and Education, 50(1) pp. 193–206.

King, Bernardine; Wood, Clare and Faulkner, Dorothy (2008). Sensitivity to visual and auditory stimuli in children with developmental dyslexia. Dyslexia, 14(2) pp. 116–141.

Messer, David J.; Pine, Karen J. and Butler, Cathal (2008). Children's behaviour and cognitions across different balance tasks. Learning and Instruction, 18(1) pp. 42–53.

Montgomery, Heather (2008). An introduction to childhood: Anthropological perspectives on children's lives. Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Montgomery, Heather (2008). Are child prostitutes child workers? A case study. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 29(3/4) pp. 130–140.

Montgomery, Heather (2008). Buying Innocence: Child-sex tourists in Thailand. Third World Quarterly, 29(5) pp. 903–917.

Murphy, V. A.; Dockrell, J. E.; Messer, D. and Farr, H. (2008). Morphosyntax in children with word finding difficulties. Journal of Child Language, 35(3) pp. 703–720.

Nayak, Anoop and Kehily, Mary Jane (2008). Gender, Youth and Culture: Young Masculinities and Femininities. Basingstoke: Palgave.

Oates, J.; Canning, N.; Arreckx, F. and Bates, S. (2008). Reusable learning objects: a multimedia professional development package. In: CETL, PBPL Annual Conference: Assessment, Experience and Reflection, 15-16 October 2008, The Open Universtiy, Milton Keynes.

Oates, J. and Isaacs, E. (2008). Nutrition and cognition: assessing cognitive abilities in children and young people. European Journal of Nutrition, 47(s3) pp. 4–24. file

Scanlon, Eileen; Jones, Ann; Collins, Trevor; Conole, Grainne; Gaved, Mark; Kerawalla, Lucinda; Littleton, Karen; Mulholland, Paul; Twiner, Alison and Blake, Canan (2008). Investigating personal inquiry: An activity theory approach. In: Proceedings of mLearn, 8-10 October 2008, Wolverhampton, UK.

Sheehy, K. and Bucknall, S. (2008). How is technology seen in young people’s visions of future education systems? Learning, Media and Technology, 33(2) pp. 101–114.

Sheehy, Kieron and Ferguson, Rebecca (2008). Educational inclusion and new technologies. In: Scott, Thomas B. and Livingston, James I. eds. Leading Edge Educational Technology. New York: Nova Science, pp. 159–176.

Sheehy, K.; Ferguson, R. and Clough, G. (2008). Learning in the Panopticon: ethical and social issues in building a virtual educational environment. International Journal of Social Science. Special Edition: Virtual Reality in Distance Education, 2(2) pp. 25–32. file

Thomson, R. and Kehily, M. J. (2008). Maternal subjectivities over time: The reconfiguration of generational and biographical resources. In: Subjectivity Conference: International Conference in Critical Psychology, 27- 29 June 2008, Cardiff University.

Traianou, Anna and Hammersley, Martyn (2008). Making science education evidence based? reflections on a Teaching and Learning Research Programme (TLRP) study. Oxford Review of Education, 34(4) pp. 461–481.

Traianou, Anna and Hammersley, Martyn (2008). Making science education evidence based? A brief reply to Millar, Leach, Osborne and Ratcliffe. Oxford Review of Education, 34(4) pp. 489–492.

Vogler, Pia; Crivello, Gina and Woodhead, Martin (2008). Early childhood transitions research: A review of concepts, theory, and practice’ Working Paper 48. Bernard van Leer Foundation. file

Whitelock, Denise M.; Faulkner, Dorothy and Miell, Dorothy E. (2008). Promoting creativity in PhD supervision: Tensions and dilemmas. Thinking Skills and Creativity, 3(2) pp. 143–153. file

Woodhead, Martin (2008). Promoting young children's development: implications of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. In: Miller, Linda and Cable, Carrie eds. Professionalism in the Early Years. Hodder Education.

Woodhead, Martin (2008). Childhood studies: past, present and future. In: Kehily, Mary Jane ed. An Introduction to Childhood Studies. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press, pp. 17–34. file

Woodhead, Martin (2008). Respecting rights: implications for early childhood policies and practices. In: Mac Naughton, Glenda; Hughes, Patrick and Smith, Kylie eds. Young Children as Active Citizens: Principles, Policies and Pedagogies. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 15–30. file

Woodhead, Martin and Faulkner, Dorothy (2008). Subjects, objects or participants? Dilemmas of psychological research with children. In: Christiansen, Pia and James, Allison eds. Research With Children: Perspectives and Practices. London, UK: Falmer Press / Routledge, pp. 10–39. file

2007

Hammersley, Martyn ed. (2007). Educational Research and Evidence-based Practice. In association with the Open University. London: Sage.

Kehily, M.J. ed. (2007). Understanding youth: Perspectives, identities and practices. Youth: Perspectives and Practice. London: Sage/The Open University.

Oates, John ed. (2007). Attachment Relationships: Quality of Care for Young Children. Early Childhood in Focus, 1. Milton Keynes, UK: The Open University. file

Woodhead, Martin and Moss, Peter eds. (2007). Early Childhood and Primary Education: Transitions in the Lives of Young Children. Early Childhood in Focus (2). Milton Keynes: Open University. file

Bragg, Sara (2007). “Student Voice” and governmentality: the production of enterprising subjects? Discourse: Studies in the cultural politics of education, 28(3) pp. 343–358. file

Bragg, Sara (2007). 'But I listen to children anyway!'—teacher perspectives on pupil voice. Educational Action Research, 15(4) pp. 505–518. file

Bragg, Sara (2007). What Kevin knows: students' challenges to critical pedagogical thinking. In: Nowak, Anita; Abel, Sue and Ross, Karen eds. Rethinking Media Education: Critical Pedagogy and Identity Politics. The Hampton Press Communication Series: Women, Culture and Mass Communication. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, pp. 57–75. restricted access item, not available for direct download

Bragg, Sara (2007). “It's not about systems, it's about relationships”: building a listening culture in a primary school. In: Thiessen, D and Cook-Sather, A eds. The International Handbook of Student Experience of Elementary and Secondary School. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 659–680. file

Brownlow, Charlotte and O'Dell, Lindsay (2007). Constructing an autistic identity: AS voices online. Mental Retardation, 44(5) pp. 315–321.

Bucknall, Sue (2007). Researching young researchers in primary schools: responding to children's evaluations of a participatory technique. In: British Educational Research Association New Researchers/Student Conference, 5 Sep 2007, Institute of Education, University of London. file

Burkitt, Esther and Tala, Katri (2007). Finnish and English children's color use to depict affectively characterized figures. International Journal of Behavioral Development, 31(1) pp. 59–64. file

Clark, Alison (2007). Views from inside the shed: young children’s perspectives of the outdoor environment’. Education 3-13, 35(4) pp. 349–363.

Clark, Alison (2007). A hundred ways of listening: Gathering children’s perspectives of their early childhood environment. Young Children, 62(3) pp. 76–81.

Clark, Alison (2007). Early Childhood spaces: involving young children and practitioners in the design process. Bernard van Leer Foundation, The Hague.

Dockrell, Julie E. and Messer, David (2007). Language profiles and naming in Children with word finding difficulties. Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 59(6) pp. 318–323.

Farrington-Flint, Lee; Canobi, Katherine. H.; Wood, Clare and Faulkner, Dorothy (2007). The role of relational reasoning in children's addition concepts. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 25(2) pp. 227–246. file

Farrington-Flint, Lee and Coyne, Emily (2007). Adaptive strategy choice in children’s early reading and spelling. In: Annual British Psychological Society Developmental Section Conference, 29-31 August 2007, University of Plymouth.

Farrington-Flint, Lee and Wood, Clare (2007). The role of lexical analogies in beginning reading: insights from children's self-reports. Journal of Educational Psychology, 99(2) pp. 326–338. file

Hadfield, L. and Kehily, M. J. (2007). The making of modern motherhoods: Experiences of consent, cleaning data and archiving. In: Timescapes Residential Workshop, 17-18 May 2007, London South Bank University.

Hammersley, Martyn (2007). Reflections on linguistic ethnography. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 11(5) pp. 689–695.

Hammersley, Martyn (2007). The issue of quality in qualitative research. International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 30(3) pp. 287–306.

Hammersley, Martyn and Treseder, Peggy (2007). Identity as an analytic problem: who's who in `pro-ana' websites? Qualitative Research, 7(3) pp. 283–300.

Kehily, M. J. (2007). The making of modern motherhoods: Memories, identities, practices. In: BIRTH: The Cultural Politics of Reproduction conference: Fatherhood seminar, 6-7 March 2007, Lancaster University, UK.

Kehily, M. J. (2007). From the margins to the centre? Girlhood and the contradictions of femininity across three generations. In: Performative Health and body pedagogies: Every child matters?, 10 September 2007, Loughborough University, UK.

Kehily, Mary Jane (2007). Masculinities and humour. In: Flood, Michael; Gardiner, Judith Kegan; Pease, Bob and Pringle, Keith eds. International Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 320–321.

Kehily, Mary Jane (2007). A cultural perspective. In: Kehily, Mary Jane ed. Understanding Youth: Perspectives, identities and practices. UK: Sage, pp. 11–44.

Kehily, Mary Jane (2007). Playing. In: Kehily, Mary Jane ed. Understanding Youth: Perspectives, identities and practices. UK: Sage, pp. 249–282.

Kehily, Mary Jane (2007). Education. In: Robb, Martin ed. Youth in Context: Frameworks, settings and encounters. UK: Sage, pp. 155–184.

Kellett, Mary and Dar, Aqsa (2007). Children researching links between poverty and literacy. Joseph Rowntree, York, UK. file

King, Bernardine; Wood, Clare and Faulkner, Dorothy (2007). Sensitivity to auditory and visual stimuli during early reading development. Journal of Research in Reading, 30(4) pp. 443–453.

Kvavilashvili, L.; Kyle, F. and Messer, D. J. (2007). Prospective memory in children: Methodological issues, empirical findings and future directions. In: Kliegel, Matthias; McDaniel, Mark A. and Einstein, Gilles O. eds. Prospective Memory: Cognitive, Neuroscience, Developmental, and Applied Perspectives. UK: Erlbaum, pp. 115–140.

Montgomery, Heather (2007). Working with child prostitutes in Thailand: problems of practice and interpretation. Childhood, 14(4) pp. 415–430.

Montgomery, Heather (2007). A comparative perspective. In: Kehily, Mary Jane ed. Understanding Youth: Perspectives, Identities and Practices. London: Sage/Open University, pp. 45–72.

Montgomery, Heather (2007). Moving. In: Kehily, Mary Jane ed. Understanding Youth: Perspectives, Identities and Practices. London: Sage.

Montgomery, Heather (2007). Participation. In: Robb, Martin ed. Youth in Context: Frameworks, Settings and Encounters. UK: Sage, pp. 89–120.

Montgomery, Heather (2007). Child sexual abuse: an Anthropological perspective. In: Rousseau, George ed. Children and Sexuality: The Greeks to the Great War. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 319–347.

Montgomery, Heather (2007). Child sexual abuse: The view from anthropology. In: Rousseau, George ed. Children and Sexuality: The Greeks to the Great War. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Norgate, S.; Littleton, K.; Weston, C. and Duffy, H. (2007). Adaptive head movements in children with monocular vision during social interaction. In: Society for Research in Child Development, Mar 2007, Boston, MA, USA.

Oates, John (2007). Attachment matters. Early Childhood Matters, 109 pp. 17–20. file

Oates, John and Messer, David (2007). Growing up with TV. The Psychologist, 20(1) pp. 30–32. file

Pine, Karen J.; Lufkin, Nicola; Kirk, Elizabeth and Messer, David (2007). A microgenetic analysis of the relationship between speech and gesture in children: Evidence for semantic and temporal asynchrony. Language and Cognitive Processes, 22(2) pp. 234–246.

Semmens, C. and Farrington-Flint, L. (2007). Deficiencies in broader language skills as predictors of reading skills in atypical development. In: British Psychological Society Developmental Section Annual Conference, 29-31 August 2007, University of Plymouth.

Sheehy, Kieron and Kumrai, Rajni (2007). The Upstream Research Project: Evaluation Report of the experiences of young people using the Connexions Service in Milton Keynes. Connexions:MK. file

Thomson, Rachel (2007). A Biographical Perspective. In: Kehily, Mary ed. Understanding Youth: Perspectives, Identities & Practices. London, UK: Sage.

Underwood, Jean; Baguley, Thomas; Banyard, Philip; Coyne, Emily; Farrington-Flint, Lee and Selwood, Ian (2007). Impact 2007: Personalising Learning with Technology. BECTA. file

Woodhead, Martin (2007). Developing policies on child labour: has research made a difference? In: Engwald, Kristina and Soderlind, Ingrid eds. Children's Work in Everyday Life. Stockholm: Institute for Futures Studies.

Woodhead, Martin (2007). Harmed by work or developing through work? Issues in the study of psychosocial impacts. In: Hungerland, Beatrice; Liebel, Manfred; Milne, Brian and Wihstutz, Anne eds. Working to be someone: Child focused research and practice with working children. UK: Jessica Kingsley, pp. 31–42.

Woodhead, Martin (2007). Le développement du jeune enfant : une affaire de droits. In: Vandenbroeck, Michel and Brougere, Gilles eds. Repenser l'Education des Jeunes Enfants. Bern: Peter Lang.

2006

Wood, Clare; Littleton, Karen and Sheehy, Kieron eds. (2006). Developmental Psychology in Action. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Boulton, David and Hammersley, Martyn (2006). Analysis of unstructured data. In: Sapsford, Roger and Jupp, Victor eds. Data Collection and Analysis. London: Sage, pp. 243–259.

Bragg, Sara (2006). 'Like Shakespeare it's a Good Thing': Cultural Value in the Classroom'. Media International Australia Special Issue on Media Literacy: Value, Identity, Authority, 120 pp. 130–141.

Bragg, Sara (2006). Young women, the media and sex education. Feminist Media Studies, 6(4) pp. 546–551.

Bragg, Sara and Buckingham, David (2006). 'I think I am too young to understand': young people, the media, gender, and sexuality. In: Charpentier, Isabelle ed. Comment sont reçues les œuvres. Paris, France: Creaphis.

Bragg, Sara (2006). 'Having a real debate': using media as a resource in sex education. Sex Education, 6(4) pp. 317–331. file

Burkitt, E. and Barnett, N. (2006). The Effects of Brief and Elaborate Mood Induction Procedures on the Size of Young Children’s Drawings. Educational Psychology, 26(1) pp. 93–108. file

Cable, Caroline; Eyres, Ian and Collins, Janet (2006). Bilingualism and inclusion: more than just rhetoric? Support for Learning, 21(3) pp. 129–134.

Clark, Alison and Percy-Smith, Barry (2006). Beyond Consultation: Participatory Practices in Everyday Spaces. Children, Youth and Environments, 16(2) pp. 1–9.

Collins, Janet (2006). Including the silent minority. Perspectives in Education, 24(1) pp. 87–98.

Faulkner, Dorothy; Coates, Elizabeth; Craft, Anna and Duffy, Bernadette (2006). Creativity and cultural innovation in early childhood education. International Journal of Early Years Education, 14(3) pp. 191–199.

Faulkner, Dorothy; Joubert, Mathilda and Kynan, Sally (2006). Project EXCITE!: Excellence, creativity and innovation in teaching and education Phase II: A longitudinal study of excellence, creativity and innovation in teaching and learning in primary education. Not Set, UK.

Gjersoe, Nathalia L. and Hood, Bruce M. (2006). The supernatural guilt trip does not take us far enough. Behavioral and Brain Science, 29(5) pp. 473–474. file

Hall, Kathy and Sheehy, Kieron (2006). Assessment and learning: Summative approaches. In: Arthur, James; Granger, Teresa and Wray, David eds. Learning to Teach in the Primary School. London, UK: Routledge/Taylor and Francis, pp. 343–356.

Hammersley, Martyn (2006). Media bias in reporting social research? The case of reviewing ethnic inequalities in education. London, UK: Routledge.

Hammersley, Martyn (2006). Philosophy's contribution to social science research on education. Journal of Philosophy of Education, 40(2) pp. 273–286.

Hammersley, Martyn (2006). Systematic or unsystematic, is that the question? Reflections on the science, art, and politics of reviewing research evidence. In: Killoran, Amanda; Swann, Catherine and Kelly, Michael P. eds. Public Health Evidence: Tackling Health Inequalities. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Hammersley, Martyn (2006). Ethnography: Problems and prospects. Ethnography and Education, 1(1) pp. 3–14. file

Kehily, Mary Jane and Nayak, Anoop (2006). ‘Lads and laughter’: humour and the production of heterosexual hierarchies. In: Arnot, Madeleine and Mac An Ghaill, Mairtin eds. The RoutledgeFalmer Reader in Gender and Education. Routledge/Falmer, pp. 131–146.

Kehily, Mary Jane and Pattman, Rob (2006). Middle‐class struggle? Identity‐work and leisure among sixth formers in the United Kingdom. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 27(1) pp. 37–52.

Kellett, Mary (2006). Pupils as active researchers: Using engagement with research process to enhance creativity and thinking skills in 10-12 year-olds. In: British Educational Research Association Annual Conference 2006, 6-9 Sep 2006, University of Warwick, Coventry, UK. file

Messer, David; Dockrell, Julie; Parmigiani, Charlotte and Karmiloff-Smith, Annette (2006). Speeded naming, frequency and the development of the lexicon in Williams syndrome. Language and Cognitive Processes, 21 pp. 721–759.

Messer, David and Dockrell, Julie E. (2006). Children's Naming and Word-Finding Difficulties: Descriptions and Explanations. Journal of Speech, Hearing and Language Research, 49(2) pp. 309–324.

Montgomery, Heather (2006). Child prostitution. In: Hope Ditmore, Melissa ed. Encyclopedia of Prostitution and Sex Work. Greenwood Press.

Murphy, Suzanne M. and Faulkner, Dorothy (2006). Gender differences in verbal communication between popular and unpopular children during an interactive task. Social Development, 15(1) pp. 82–108. file

Nayak, A. and Kehily, M. J. (2006). Gender undone: subversion, regulation and embodiment in the work of Judith Butler. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 27(4) pp. 459–472.

Nayak, Anoop and Kehily, Mary Jane (2006). Gender undone: subversion, regulation and embodiment in the work of Judith Butler. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 27(4) pp. 459–472.

Norgate, Sarah (2006). Beyond nine to five: your life in time. Mind & Brain Series. Orion.

Oates, John (2006). Ethical frameworks for research with human participants. In: Potter, Stephen ed. Doing postgraduate research. London: Sage, pp. 200–227.

Ralston, J.; Cooke, D.; Twining, P.; Dillon, G.; Evans, D.; Jones, A.; Kukulska-Hulme, A.; McAndrew, P.; Scanlon, E.; Selwood, I.; Sheehy, K. and Underwood, J. (2006). Introducing Tablet PCs in schools - a national study - some lessons learned. In: IFIP Conference, Imagining the future for ICT and Education, 26th - 30th June 2006, Norway.

Rix, J.; Hall, K.; Nind, M.; Sheehy, K. and Wearmouth, J. (2006). A systematic review of interactions in pedagogical approaches with reported outcomes for the academic and social inclusion of pupils with special educational needs. EPPI-Centre, Social Science Research Unit, Institute of Education, University of London, London, UK. file

Rose, Sarah E.; Jolley, Richard P. and Burkitt, Esther (2006). A review of children's, teachers' and parents' influences on children's drawing experience. International Journal of Art and Design Education, 25(3) pp. 341–349.

Ryley, Tim and Gjersoe, Nathalia (2006). Newspaper response to the Edinburgh congestion charging proposals. Transport Policy, 13(1) pp. 66–73. file

Twining, Peter and Sheehy, Kieron (2006). Not school – not home – schome – the education system for the Information Age. In: IFIP Conference, Imagining the future for ICT and Education, 26th - 30th June 2006, Norway.

Wood, Clare; Sheehy, Kieron and Passenger, Terri (2006). Understanding specific learning difficulties. In: Wood, Clare; Littleton, Karen and Sheehy, Kieron eds. Developmental Psychology in Action. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 9–52.

Woodhead, Martin (2006). Early childhood development: a question of rights. In: ed. A Guide to General Comment 7: Implementing Child Rights in Early Childhood. The Hague: Bernard van Leer Foundation, pp. 145–150.

Woodhead, Martin (2006). Changing perspectives on early childhood: theory, research and policy. International Journal of Equity and Innovation in Early Childhood, 4(2) pp. 1–43. file

Wright, Ingram; Lewis, Vicky and Collis, Glyn M. (2006). Imitation and representational development in young children with Down syndrome. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 24(2) pp. 429–450.

2005

Clark, Alison; Kjorholt, Ann Trine and Moss, Peter eds. (2005). Beyond Listening: Children's Perspectives on Early Childhood Services. Bristol: Policy Press.

Nind, Melanie; Rix, Jonathan; Sheehy, Kieron and Simmons, Katy eds. (2005). Curriculum and pedagogy in inclusive education: Values into practice. London, UK: Routledge.

Nind, Melanie; Rix, Jonathan; Sheehy, Kieron and Simmons, Katy eds. (2005). Policy and power in inclusive education: Values into practice. London, UK: Routledge.

Albery, Ian P. and Messer, David (2005). Comparative optimism about health and nonhealth events in 8- and 9-Year-old children. Health Psychology, 24(3) pp. 316–320.

Bragg, Sara and Buckingham, David (2005). A new approach to sex education in schools. ChildRight, 219 pp. 8–10.

Bragg, Sara and Fielding, Michael (2005). "It's an equal thing... it's about achieving together": student voice and the possibility of radical collegiality'. In: Street, Hilary and Temperley, Julie eds. Improving Schools Through Collaborative Enquiry. London: Continuum, pp. 105–134.

Buckingham, D and Bragg, Sara (2005). 'Opting in to (and out of) childhood: young people, sex and the media'. In: Qvortrup, J. ed. Studies in Modern Childhood: Society, Agency, Culture. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 59–77.

Buckingham, David and Bragg, Sara (2005). Opting in to (and out of) childhood: young people, sex and the media. In: Qvortrup, Jens ed. Studies in Modern Childhood: Society, Agency, Culture. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 59–77.

Clark, Alison (2005). "The silent voice of the camera"? Young children and photography as a tool for listening. Early Childhood Folio, 9

Clark, Alison (2005). Listening to and involving young children: a review of research and practice. Early Child Development and Care, 175(6) pp. 489–506.

Clark, Alison (2005). Time to listen: young children’s perspectives on spaces and design. Children in Europe, 8 pp. 28–29.

Clark, Alison (2005). Ways of seeing: using the Mosaic approach to listen to young children's perspective. In: Clark, Alison; Kjørholt, Anne Trine and Moss, Peter eds. Beyond listening: Children's Perspectives on Early Childhood Services. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 29–49.

Clark, Alison (2005). Talking and listening to young children. In: Dudek, Mark ed. Children’s Spaces. London, UK: Architectural Press, pp. 1–13.

Clark, Alison and Moss, Peter (2005). Spaces to play: More listening to young children using the Mosaic approach. London, UK: National Children’s Bureau.

Clark, Alison and Statham, June (2005). Listening to young children: experts in their own lives. Adoption and Fostering, 29(1) pp. 45–56.

Faulkner, Dorothy and Miell, Dorothy (2005). Collaborative story telling in friendship and acquaintanceship dyads. In: Littleton, Karen; Miell, Dorothy and Faulkner, Dorothy eds. Learning to collaborate: collaborating to learn. New York, USA: Nova Science Publishers.

Gallacher, Lesley-Anne (2005). 'The terrible twos': Gaining control in the nursery? Children's Geographies, 3(2) pp. 243–264. file

Hammersley, Martyn (2005). Should social science be critical? Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 35(2) pp. 175–195.

Hammersley, Martyn (2005). What can the literature on communities of practice tell us about educational research? Reflections on some recent proposals. International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 28(1) pp. 5–21.

Hammersley, Martyn (2005). Ethnography and discourse analysis: incompatible or complementary? Polifonia(10) pp. 1–20.

Hammersley, Martyn (2005). Is the evidence-based practice movement doing more good than harm? Reflections on Iain Chalmers' case for research-based policy making and practice. Evidence and Policy, 1(1) pp. 85–100.

Hammersley, Martyn (2005). Countering the 'new orthodoxy' in educational research: a response to Phil Hodkinson. British Educational Research Journal, 31(2) pp. 139–155.

Hammersley, Martyn (2005). Is social research political? In: Pole, Christopher ed. Fieldwork. London: Sage.

Hammersley, Martyn (2005). Taking sides in research. In: Pole, Christopher ed. Fieldwork. London: Sage.

Hammersley, Martyn (2005). The rhetorical turn in ethnography. In: Pole, Christopher ed. Fieldwork. London: Sage.

Hammersley, Martyn (2005). Ethnography, toleration and authenticity: ethical reflections on fieldwork, analysis and writing. In: Troman, Geoff; Jeffrey, Bob and Walford, Geoffrey eds. Methodological Issues and Practices in Ethnography. Studies in Educational Ethnography, 11. UK: Elsevier, pp. 37–55.

Hammersley, Martyn (2005). The myth of research-based practice: the critical case of educational inquiry. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 8(4) pp. 317–330. file

Johnston-Wilder, Susan and Collins, Janet (2005). 'I was never really there': reflecting on girls' non-participation in school. In: Lloyd, Gwynedd ed. Problem Girls: Understanding and Supporting Troubled and Troublesome Girls and Young Women. UK: Routledge.

Kehily, M. J. (2005). The making of modern motherhoods: cultural representations and lived practice. In: Gender and Education 5th International Conference, 29-31 March 2005, Cardiff, UK.

Kehily, Mary Jane (2005). The trouble with sex: sexuality and subjectivity in the lives of teenage girls. In: Lloyd, Gwynedd ed. Problem Girls: Understanding and Supporting Troubled and Troublesome Girls and Young Women. London: Routledge.

Kellett, Mary (2005). How to Develop Children as Researchers: a step by step guide to teaching the research process. London, UK: Sage.

Kellett, Mary (2005). Catherine’s legacy: social communication development for individuals with profound learning difficulties and fragile life expectancies. British Journal of Special Education, 32(3) pp. 116–122.

Kellett, Mary (2005). How to Develop Children as Researchers. London, UK: Paul Chapman Educational Publishing.

Kellett, Mary (2005). Inclusion in music in the primary classroom. In: Nind, Melanie; Rix, Jonathan; Sheehy, Kieron and Simmons, Katy eds. Curriculum and Pedagogy in Inclusive Education. London, UK: RoutledgeFalmer, pp. 191–198.

Kellett, Mary (2005). Children as active researchers: a new research paradigm for the 21st century? ESRC, UK. file

Messer, David (2005). Current perspectives in language acquisition. In: Peccei, Jean Stilwell ed. Child Language: a Resource Book for Students. Routledge English Language Introductions. London: Routledge, pp. 110–118.

Montgomery, Heather (2005). Gendered childhoods: a cross disciplinary overview. Gender and Education, 17(5) pp. 471–482.

Montgomery, Heather (2005). Discussion paper in response to 'Dangerous trade-offs: The behavioral ecology of child labor and prostitution in rural northern Thailand' by Lisa Rende Taylor. Current Anthropology, 46(3) pp. 426–427.

Montgomery, Heather; Evans, Roz and De Sas Kropiwnicki, Zosa (2005). Trafficking Women and Children: Overcoming the Illegal Sex Trade. Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford, UK.

O'Dell, Lindsay and Brownlow, Charlotte (2005). Media reports of links between MMR and autism: a discourse analysis. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 33(4) pp. 194–199.

O'Toole, Sarah and de Abreu, Guida (2005). Parents' past experiences as a mediational tool for understanding their child's current mathematical learning. European Journal of Psychology of Education, 20(1) pp. 75–89.

Oates, John (2005). Observation Methods. Not Set, UK.

Oates, John; Sheehy, Kieron and Wood, Clare (2005). Theories of development. In: Oates, John; Wood, Clare and Grayson, Andrew eds. Psychological Development and Early Childhood. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 47–88.

Richardson, Ken and Norgate, Sarah (2005). The equal environments assumption of classical twin studies may not hold. British Journal of Educational Psychology, 75(3) pp. 339–350.

Sheehy, Kieron (2005). Morphing images: a potential tool for teaching word recognition to children with severe learning difficulties. British Journal of Educational Technology, 36(2) pp. 293–301.

Sheehy, Kieron and Nind, Melanie (2005). Emotional well-being for all: mental health and people with profound and multiple learning disabilities. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 33(1) pp. 34–38.

Sheehy, K.; Kukulska-Hulme, A.; Twining, P.; Evans, D.; Cook, D. and Jelfs, A. (2005). Tablet PCs in schools: A review of literature and selected projects. BECTA, Coventry, UK. file

Thomson, R. and Kehily, M. J. (2005). Thinking intergenerationally. In: 7th Conference of European Sociological Association: Rethinking Inequalities, 9-12 September 2005, Torun, Poland.

Thomson, R.; Kehily, M. J. and Hadfield, L. (2005). The making of modern motherhoods. In: British Sociological Association Family Studies Group Conference: Time Space and Family Practices, 14-15 January 2005, Keele University, UK.

Townsend, J.; Wolke, D.; Hayes, J.; Dave, S.; Rogers, C.; Bloomfield, L.; Quist-Therson, E.; Tomlin, M. and Messer, D. (2005). Routine examination of the newborn: the EMREM study. Evaluation of an extension of the midwife role including a randomised controlled trial of appropriately trained midwives and paediatric senior house officers. International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care, 21(1) pp. 146–147.

Twining, P.; Cook, D.; Dillon, P.; Evans, G.; Heppell, A.; Jones, A.; Kukulska-Hulme, A.; McAndrew, P.; Ralston, J.; Scanlon, E.; Selwood, A.; Sheehy, K. and Underwood, J. (2005). Tablet PCs in schools. In: CALRG-TRLG Seminar, 15 June 2005, Milton Keynes, UK.

Wood, Clare (2005). Beginning readers' use of 'talking books' software can affect their reading strategies. Journal of Research in Reading, 28(2) pp. 170–182.

Wood, Clare; Littleton, Karen and Chera, Pav (2005). Beginning readers' use of talking books: styles of working. Early Years: An International Journal of Research and Development, 39(3) pp. 135–141. file

Woodhead, Martin (2005). Combating child labour. In: Jenks, Chris ed. Childhood: Critical Concepts. Critical Concepts in Sociology, 2. London: Routledge.

Woodhead, Martin (2005). Children and development. In: Oates, John; Wood, Clare and Grayson, Andrew eds. Psychological Development and Early Childhood. Blackwell/Open University, pp. 9–46.

Woodhead, Martin; Rhodes, Sinead and Oates, John (2005). Disturbed and disturbing development. In: Ding, Sharon and Littleton, K eds. Children's Personal and Social Development. Oxford/Milton Keynes: Blackwell/Open University, pp. 53–92.

Woodhead, Martin (2005). Early childhood development: a question of rights. International Journal of Early Childhood, 37(3) pp. 79–98. file

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Collins, Janet and Hancock, Roger eds. (2004). Teaching Assistants in Primary Schools. London: David Fulton.

Fraser, Sandy; Lewis, Vicky; Ding, Sharon; Kellett, Mary and Robinson, Chris eds. (2004). Doing Research with Children and Young People. London, UK: Sage.

Kehily, Mary Jane ed. (2004). An Introduction to Childhood Studies. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press.

Lewis, Vicky; Kellett, Mary; Robinson, Chris; Fraser, Sandy and Ding, Sharon eds. (2004). The Reality of Research with Children and Young People. London, UK: Sage.

Littleton, Karen; Miell, Dorothy and Faulkner, Dorothy eds. (2004). Learning to collaborate, collaborating to learn: understanding and promoting educationally productive collaborative work. Nova Science Publishers Inc.

Nind, M; Rix, Jonathan; Sheehy, Kieron and Simmons, Katy eds. (2004). Curriculum and pedagogy in Inclusive Education: values into practice. UK: RoutledgeFalmer.

Sheehy, Kieron; Nind, Melanie; Rix, Jonathan and Simmons, Katy eds. (2004). Ethics and research in Inclusive Education: values into practice. UK: RoutledgeFalmer.

Bragg, Sara and Buckingham, David (2004). Embarrassment, education and erotics: the sexual politics of family viewing. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 7(4) pp. 441–459. file

Buckingham, David and Bragg, Sara (2004). Young People, Sex and the Media: the facts of life? Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Burkitt, Esther; Barrett, Martyn and Davis, Alyson (2004). The effect of affective characterizations on the use of size and colour in drawings produced by children in the absence of a model. Educational Psychology, 24(3) pp. 315–343. file

Clark, Alison (2004). The Mosaic Approach and research with young children. In: Lewis, Vicky; Kellett, Mary; Robinson, Chris; Fraser, Sandy and Ding, Sharon eds. The Reality of Research with Children and Young People. London, UK: Sage, pp. 142–161.

Collins, Janet and Hancock, Roger (2004). Primary teaching assistants: learners and learning. David Fulton Publishers Ltd.

Dockrell, Julie E. and Messer, David A. (2004). Lexical acquisition in the early school years. In: Berman, Ruth A. ed. Language Development across Childhood and Adolescence. Trends in Language Acquisition Research Series (3). Amsterdam, Netherlands: John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 35–52.

Farrington-Flint, Lee; Wood, Clare; Canobi, Katherine H. and Faulkner, Dorothy (2004). Patterns of analogical reasoning among beginning readers. Journal of Research in Reading, 27(3) pp. 226–247.

Farrington-Flint, Lee (2004). Analogical reasoning in children's reading and addition. PhD thesis The Open University. file

Hall, Kathy; Collins, Janet; Benjamin, Shereen; Nind, Melanie and Sheehy, Kieron (2004). SATurated models of pupildom: Assessment and Inclusion/Exclusion. British Educational Research Journal, 30(6) pp. 801–817.

Hammersley, M. and Gomm, R. (2004). Recent radical criticism of the interview in qualitative research. Developments in Sociology: Annual review, 20 pp. 91–102.

Hammersley, Martyn (2004). Action Research: a contradiction in terms? Oxford Review of Education, 30(2) pp. 165–181.

Hammersley, Martyn (2004). Towards a usable past for qualitative research. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 7(1) pp. 19–27.

Hammersley, Martyn (2004). A new political arithmetic to make sociology useful? Comments on a debate. British Journal of Sociology, 55(3) pp. 439–446.

Hammersley, Martyn (2004). Should ethnographers be against inequality? On Becker, value neutrality and researcher partisanship. In: Jeffrey, Bob and Walford, Geoffrey eds. Ethnographies of Educational and Cultural Conflicts: Strategies and resolutions. Oxford, UK: Elsevier, pp. 25–43.

Hammersley, Martyn (2004). Teaching qualitative methodology: craft, profession or bricolage. In: Seale, Clive; Gobo, Giampietro; Gubrium, Jay F. and Silverman, David eds. Qualitative Research Practice. Thousand Oaks: Sage, pp. 549–560.

Hammersley, M (2004). Causality as conundrum. In: ESRC Research Methods Programme, Research Methods Festival, 2004, St Catherines College, Oxford. file

Kehily, M.J. (2004). Gender and sexuality: continuities and change for girls in school. In: Harris, Anita ed. All About the Girl: Culture, Power and Identity. New Yori: Routledge, pp. 205–218.

Kehily, Mary (2004). Girls on Girls: tensions and anxieties in research with girls. Feminism & Psychology, 14(3) pp. 366–370.

Kehily, Mary and Montgomery, Heather (2004). Innocence and experience: a historical approach to childhood and sexuality. In: Kehily, Mary Jane ed. An Introduction to childhood studies. UK: Open University Press/McGraw-Hill, pp. 57–74.

Kehily, Mary Jane (2004). Understanding childhood: an introduction to some key themes and issues. In: Kehily, Mary Jane ed. An Introduction to Childhood Studies. Maidenhead: Open University Press.

Kehily, Mary Jane and Montgomery, Heather (2004). Innocence and experience: a historical approach to childhood and sexuality. In: Kehily, M.J. ed. An Introduction to Childhood Studies. Maidenhead: Open University Press/McGraw Hill.

Kellett, Mary (2004). Special educational needs and inclusion in education. In: Matheson, David ed. An Introduction to the Study of Education. London, UK: David Fulton, pp. 148–162.

Kellett, Mary; Robinson, Chris and Burr, Rachel (2004). Images of childhood. In: Fraser, Sandy; Lewis, Vicky; Ding, Sharon; Kellett, Mary and Robinson, Chris eds. Doing Research with Children and Young People. London, UK: Sage, pp. 27–42.

Langston, Ann; Abbott, Lesley; Lewis, Vicky and Kellett, Mary (2004). Early childhood. In: Fraser, Sandy; Lewis, Vicky; Ding, Sharon; Kellett, Mary and Robinson, Chris eds. Doing Research with Children and Young People. London: Sage/Open University, pp. 147–160.

Lewis, Vicky; Collis, G; Nock, Jennifer; Burns, J and Twiselton, R (2004). How the social environment provides blind children with information about space. Touch

Lewis, Vicky and Kellett, Mary (2004). Disability. In: Fraser, Sandy; Lewis, Vicky; Ding, Sharon; Kellett, Mary and Robinson, Chris eds. Doing Research with Children and Young People. London, UK: Sage, pp. 191–205.

Littleton, Karen; Wood, Clare and Chera, Pav (2004). Reading Together: Computers and Collaboration. In: Littleton, Karen; Miell, Dorothy and Faulkner, Dorothy eds. Learning to Collaborate: Collaborating to Learn. New York: Nova, pp. 31–47. file

Messer, David (2004). An introduction to developmental psychology. In: Davey, Graham ed. Complete Psychology. London: Hodder & Stoughton, pp. 282–298.

Messer, David (2004). Cognitive development : thinking, information and representations. In: Davey, Graham ed. Complete Psychology. London: Hodder & Stoughton, pp. 299–320.

Messer, David (2004). Communication, language and literacy. In: Davey, Graham ed. Complete Psychology. London: Hodder & Stoughton, pp. 321–339.

Messer, David (2004). The self, others and social relationships. In: Davey, Graham ed. Complete Psychology. London: Hodder & Stoughton, pp. 340–360.

Messer, David; Dockrell, Julie E. and Murphy, Nicola (2004). Relation between naming and literacy in children with Word-finding difficulties. Journal of Educational Psychology, 96(3) 462 -470.

Miell, D.; Faulkner, D.; Henry, J.; Kynan, S.; Littleton, K. and Searle, R. (2004). Excite Project: Final Evaluation Report from The Open University Research Team. DfES and Esmee Fairbairn Charitable Trust.

Nind, Melanie; Benjamin, Shereen; Sheehy, Kieron; Collins, Janet and Hall, Kathy (2004). Methodological challenges in researching inclusive school cultures. Educational Review, 56(3) pp. 259–270.

Nind, Melanie; Simmons, Katy; Sheehy, Kieron and Rix, Jonathan (2004). Introduction. In: Nind, Melanie; Sheehy, Kieron and Simmons, Katy eds. Inclusive Education: Learners and Learning Contexts. UK: Routledge.

Nind, M.; Wearmouth, J.; Collins, J.; Hall, K.; Rix, J. and Sheehy, K. (2004). A systematic review of pedagogical approaches that can effectively include children with special educational needs in mainstream classrooms with a particular focus on peer group interactive approaches. EPPI-Centre, Social Science Research Unit, Institute of Education, UK. file

Pattman, R. and Kehily, M. J. (2004). Memories of youth and interviewing young people: Reflections on young people’s understanding of drug use. In: Robinson, D.; Horrocks, C.; Kelly, N. and Roberts, B. eds. Narrative, Memory and Identity: Theoretical and Methodological Issues. University of Huddersfield Press, pp. 67–75.

Rix, J.; Tan, A. and Moden, S. (2004). A balance of power: observing a teaching assistant. In: Hancock, William and Collins, Janet eds. Primary Teaching Assistants: learners and learning. Routledge in association with the Open University.

Rix, Jonathan (2004). Creating and using inclusive materials: collaboration and reflection. In: Nind, Melanie; Rix, Jonathan; Simmons, Katy and Sheehy, Kieron eds. Curriculum and pedagogy in inclusive education. UK: Routledge.

Robinson, Chris and Kellett, Mary (2004). Power. In: Fraser, Sandy; Lewis, Vicky; Ding, Sharon; Kellett, Mary and Robinson, Chris eds. Doing Research with Children and Young People. London, UK: Sage, pp. 81–96.

Sheehy, Kieron (2004). Approaches to autism. In: Wearmouth, J.; Glynn, T.; Richmond, R. C. and Berryman, M. eds. Understanding Pupil Behaviour in School: A Diversity of Approaches. London: David Fulton Publishers, pp. 339–357.

Sheehy, Kieron; Hall, Kathy; Benhamin, B.; Collins, Janet and Nind, Melanie (2004). Schooling Year 6: Inclusion or SATuration? In: Hayes, Dennis ed. The RoutledgeFalmer guide to key debates in Education. RoutledgeFalmer.

Sheehy, Kieron; Rix, Jonathan; Nind, Melanie and Simmons, Katy (2004). Perspectives on inclusive education: learning from each other. Support for Learning, 19(3) pp. 137–141.

Willis, Alexandra; Gjersoe, Nathalia; Havard, Catriona; Kerridge, Jon and Kukla, Robert (2004). Human movement behaviour in urban spaces: implications for the design and modelling of effective pedestrian environments. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 31(6) pp. 805–828. file

Wood, C.; Brown, S. and Wilson, N. (2004). Undergraduate students’ use of course related web conferences. In: Littleton, K.; Miell, D. and Faulkner, D. eds. Learning to collaborate, collaborating to learn: Understanding and promoting educationally productive collaborative work. New York, USA: Nova Science Publishers Inc.

Wood, Clare (2004). Do levels of pre-school alphabetic tuition affect the development of phonological awareness and early literacy? Educational Psychology, 24(1) pp. 3–11.

Wood, Clare (2004). A Matter of Time? Literacy Today, 39 p. 22.

Woodhead, Martin (2004). When psychology informs public policy: the case of early childhood intervention. In: Zigler, Edward and Styfco, Sally J eds. The Head Start Debates. Baltimore: Brookes Publishing.

Woodhead, Martin (2004). Psychosocial impacts of child work: a framework for research, monitoring and intervention. The International Journal of Children's Rights, 12(4) pp. 321–377. file

2003

Kehily, Mary Jane and Swann, Joan eds. (2003). Children's Cultural Worlds. Childhood, 3. Chichester, UK: John Wiley in association with the Open University.

Maybin, Janet and Woodhead, Martin eds. (2003). Childhoods in Context. Chichester, UK: Wiley.

Montgomery, Heather; Burr, Rachel and Woodhead, Martin eds. (2003). Changing childhoods: global and local. John Wiley.

Barnes, Peter and Kehily, Mary (2003). Play and the cultures of childhood. In: Kehily, Mary and Swann, Joan eds. Children’s Cultural Worlds. Chichester: Wiley/Open University.

Benjamin, Shereen; Nind, Melanie; Hall, Kathy; Collins, Janet and Sheehy, Kieron (2003). Moments of Inclusion and Exclusion: pupils negotiating classroom contexts. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 24(5) pp. 547–558.

Burkitt, E.; Barrett, M. and Davis, A. (2003). The effect of affective characterisations on the size of children's drawings. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 21(4) pp. 565–583. file

Burkitt, Esther; Barrett, Martyn and Davis, Alyson (2003). Children's colour choices for completing drawings of affectively characterised topics. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 44(3) pp. 445–455. file

Burr, Rachel and Montgomery, Heather (2003). Family, kinship and beyond. In: Maybin, Janet and Woodhead, Martin eds. Childhoods in Context. Chichester: Wiley.

Chera, Pav and Wood, Clare (2003). Animated multimedia 'talking books' can promote phonological awareness in children beginning to read. Learning and Instruction, 13(1) pp. 33–52.

Clark, Alison (2003). Get creative. Nursery World

Clark, Alison (2003). Listening to children. In: Miller, Linda and Devereux, Jane eds. Supporting Children's Learning in the Early Years. London, UK: David Fulton Publishing, pp. 67–72.

Clark, Alison; McQuail, Susan and Moss, Peter (2003). Exploring the field of listening to and consulting with young children. Research Report 445. Department for Education and Skills, UK.

Dockrell, J.; Messer, D.; George, R. and Ralli, A. (2003). Beyond naming patterns in children with WFDs. Journal of Neuropsychology, 16 pp. 191–211.

Fielding, Michael and Bragg, Sara (2003). Students as Researchers: Making a difference. Consulting Pupils about Teaching and Learning. Cambridge, UK: Pearson Publishing.

Hammersley, M. (2003). Can and should educational research be educative? Oxford Review of Education, 29(1) pp. 3–25.

Hammersley, Martyn (2003). Media representation of research: the case of a review of ethnic minority education. British Educational Research Journal, 29(3) pp. 327–343.

Hammersley, Martyn (2003). Conversation analysis and discourse analysis: methods or paradigms? Discourse and Society, 14(6) 751- 781.

Hammersley, Martyn (2003). Social research today: some dilemmas and distinctions. Qualitative Social Work, 2(1) pp. 25–44.

Hammersley, Martyn (2003). Recent radical criticism of interview studies: Any implications for the sociology of education? British Journal of Sociology of Education, 24(1) pp. 119–126.

Hammersley, Martyn (2003). "Analytics" are no substitute for methodology: a response to Speer and Hutchby. Sociology, 37(2) pp. 339–351.

Hammersley, Martyn (2003). Doing the fine thing: A rejoinder to Johnathon Potter. Discourse and Society, 14(6) pp. 795–798.

Hammersley, Martyn (2003). The impracticality of scepticism: A further response to Potter. Discourse and Society, 14(6) pp. 803–804.

Kehily, Mary (2003). Consumption and creativity. In: Kehily, Mary and Swann, Joan eds. Children’s Cultural Worlds. Chichester: Wiley/The Open University.

Kehily, Mary Jane (2003). Youth cultures. In: Kehily, Mary Jane and Swann, Joan eds. Children’s Cultural Worlds. Wiley.

Kellett, Mary (2003). Jacob's journey: developing sociability and communication in a young boy with severe and complex learning difficulties using the Intensive Interaction teaching approach. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, 3(1) pp. 18–34.

Kellett, Mary and Nind, Melanie (2003). Implementing intensive interaction in schools: guidance for practitioners, managers and coordinators. London: David Fulton.

Kellett, Mary (2003). Empowering ten-year-olds as active researchers. In: British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, 11-13 September 2003, Edinburgh, U.K.. file

Kirby, Perpetua and Woodhead, Martin (2003). Children's participation in society. In: Montgomery, Heather; Burr, Rachel and Woodhead, Martin eds. Changing Childhoods: Local and Global. Chichester: Wiley/Open University.

Lewis, Vicky (2003). Play and language in children with autism. Autism, 7(4) pp. 391–399.

Maybin, Janet and Woodhead, Martin (2003). Socialising children. In: Maybin, Janet and Woodhead, Martin eds. Childhoods in Context. Chichester: John Wiley, pp. 1–38.

McGlaughlin, Alex and Grayson, Andrew (2003). Behavioural psychology: a cross-sectional and prospective study of crying in the first year of life. In: Shohov, Serge P. ed. Advances in psychology research, Volume 22. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers Inc..

Messer, David (2003). Processes of development in early communication. In: Bremner, Gavin and Slater, Alan eds. Theories of Infant Development. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 284–316.

Miller, Linda; Soler, Janet and Woodhead, Martin (2003). Shaping early childhood education. In: Woodhead, Martin and Maybin, Janet eds. Childhoods in Context. Chichester: Wiley/Open University.

Montgomery, Heather (2003). Children and violence. In: Montgomery, Heather; Burr, Rachel and Woodhead, Martin eds. Changing Childhoods: Local and Global. Chichester: Wiley.

Montgomery, Heather (2003). Intervening in children's lives. In: Montgomery, Heather; Burr, Rachel and Woodhead, Martin eds. Changing Childhoods: Local and Global. Chichester: Wiley.

Montgomery, Heather (2003). Childhood in time and place. In: Woodhead, Martin and Montgomery, Heather eds. Understanding Childhood: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Childhood (1). Chichester: John Wiley, pp. 45–74.

Montgomery, Heather and Burr, Rachel (2003). Children, poverty and social inequality. In: Montgomery, Heather; Burr, Rachel and Woodhead, Martin eds. Changing Childhoods: Local and Global. Chichester: Wiley.

Nind, Melanie; Sheehy, Kieron; Rix, Jonathan and Simmons, Katy (2003). Inclusive education: diverse perspectives. Learning from each other. London: David Fulton Publishers Ltd.

Pattman, Rob and Kehily, Mary Jane (2003). Gender. In: Fraser, Sandy; Lewis, Vicky; Ding, Sharon; Kellett, Mary and Robinson, Chris eds. Doing Research with Children and Young People. Sage/Open University.

Pine, K. and Messer, D. (2003). The development of representations as children learn about balancing. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 21(2) pp. 285–301.

Rix, Jonathan; Sheehy, Kieron; Simmons, Katy and Nind, Melanie (2003). Introduction: from where you are. In: Nind, Melanie; Sheehy, Kieron; Rix, Jonathan and Simmons, Katy eds. Inclusive education: diverse perspectives. Learning from each other. London: David Fulton Publishers Ltd, pp. 1–8.

Sheehy, Kieron (2003). New technology and inclusion: The world (wide web) is not enough. In: Nind, Melanie; Rix, Jonathan; Sheehy, Kieron and Simmons, Katy eds. Inclusive Education: Diverse Perspectives. London: David Fulton, pp. 115–128.

Smith, Pamela; Nix, Andrew; Davey, Neil and Messer, David (2003). A connectionist account of Spanish determiner production. Journal of Child Language, 30(2) pp. 305–331. file

Woodhead, Martin; Burr, Rachel and Montgomery, Heather (2003). Adversities and resilience. In: Montgomery, Heather; Burr, Rachel and Woodhead, Martin eds. Changing Childhoods: Local and Global. Chichester: Wiley/Open University.

Woodhead, Martin and Maybin, Janet (2003). Socializing children. In: Woodhead, Martin and Maybin, Janet eds. Childhoods in Context. Chichester: Wiley.

Woodhead, Martin; Montgomery, Heather and Burr, Rachel (2003). Adversities and resilience. In: Montgomery, Heather; Burr, Rachel and Woodhead, Martin eds. Changing Childhoods: local and global. Childhood (4). Chichester: John Wiley, pp. 1–34.

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Barker, Trevor; Jones, Sara; Britton, Carol and Messer, David (2002). The use of a co-operative student model of learner characteristics to configure a multimedia application. User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction, 12(2-3) pp. 207–241.

Bragg, Sara (2002). Wrestling in Woolly Gloves: Not Just Being Critically Media Literate. Journal of Popular Film and Television, 30(1) pp. 41–52.

Brownlow, Charlotte and O'Dell, Lindsay (2002). Ethical Issues for Qualitative Research in Online Communities. Disability and Society, 17(6) pp. 685–694. file

Burr, Rachel and Montgomery, Heather (2002). Children and rights. In: Woodhead, Martin and Montgomery, Heather eds. Understanding Childhood: an Interdisciplinary Approach. Chichester: Wiley.

Collins, Janet; Harkin, Joe and Nind, Melanie (2002). Manifesto for learning: fundamental principles. London, UK: Continuum.

Dunbar, G.; Lewis, V. and Hill, R. (2002). Parent-child interaction and road behaviour: an exploratory study. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 20(4) pp. 601–622.

Hammersley, M. (2002). Ethnography and realism. In: Huberman, Michael and Miles, Matthew B. eds. The Qualitative Researcher’s Companion. London: Sage.

Hammersley, Martyn (2002). Educational Research, Policymaking and Practice. London: Paul Chapman.

Hammersley, Martyn (2002). Obvious, all too obvious? Methodological issues in using sex/gender as a variable in educational research. In: Francis, Becky and Skelton, Christine eds. Investigating gender: contemporary perspectives in education. Open University Press.

Hammersley, Martyn (2002). Ethnography and the disputes over validity. In: Walford, Geoffrey ed. Debates and developments in ethnographic methodology. Studies in educational ethnography (6). New York, USA: JAI Press.

Hammersley, Martyn (2002). Research as emancipatory: the case of Bhaskar's realism. Journal of Critical Realism, 1(1) pp. 33–48. file

Hammersley, Martyn (2002). The relationship between qualitative and quantitative research: paradigm loyalty versus methodological eclecticism. In: Richardson, John T. E. ed. Handbook of Qualitative Research Methods for Psychology and the Social Sciences. Oxford: BPS Blackwell, pp. 159–174. file

Kehily, Mary (2002). Sexuality, Gender and Schooling: Shifting Agendas in Social Learning. London: Routledge.

Kehily, Mary (2002). Issues of gender and sexuality in school. In: Francis, Becky and Skelton, Christine eds. Investigating gender: contemporary perspectives in education. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.

Kehily, Mary and Montgomery, Heather (2002). Innocence and experience. In: Woodhead, Martin and Montgomery, Heather eds. Understanding Childhood: an Interdisciplinary Approach. Chichester: Wiley.

Kehily, Mary Jane (2002). Sexing the Subject: teachers, pedagogies and sex education. Sex Education, 2(3) pp. 215–231.

Lewis, V.; Collis, G.; Shadlock, R.; Potts, M. and Norgate, S. (2002). New methods for studying blind children’s understanding of familiar space. British Journal of Visual Impairment, 20(1) pp. 17–23.

Lewis, Vicky (2002). Development and disability. Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishers.

Lewis, Vicky; Norgate, S. and Collis, G. (2002). Les capacities de représentation d’un enfant aveugle congénital entre un et sept ans. Enfance, 54 pp. 291–307.

Luckett, T.; Powell, S. D.; Messer, D.; Thornton, M. E. and Schulz, J. (2002). Do children with autism who pass false belief tasks understand the mind as active interpreter? Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 32(2) pp. 127–140.

Moore, D.G.; Oates, J.M.; Hobson, P. and Goodwin, J. (2002). Cognitive and social factors in the development of infants with Down Syndrome. Down Syndrome Research and Practice, 8(2) pp. 43–52.

Nind, Melanie and Kellett, Mary (2002). Responding to individuals with severe learning difficulties and stereotyped behaviour: challenges for an inclusive era. European Journal of Special Needs Education, 17(3) pp. 265–282.

Nind, Melanie and Kellett, Mary (2002). Response [to James Hogg, Juliet Goldbart & John Harris re 'Responding to individuals with severe learning difficulties and stereotyped behaviour: challenges for an inclusive era']. European Journal of Special Needs Education, 17(3) pp. 299–300.

Oates, John (2002). Researching young children. In: Miller, Linda; Drury, Rose and Campbell, R. eds. Exploring issues in early years education and care. London, UK: David Fulton.

Pine, K. J.; Messer, D. J. and St. John, K. (2002). Children's learning from contrast modelling. Cognitive Development, 17(2) pp. 1249–1263. file

Pollard, Andrew; Collins, Janet; Simco, Neil; Swaffield, Sue; Warin, Jo and Warwick, Paul (2002). Reflective Teaching: Effective and Evidence-Informed Professional Practice. UK: Continuum.

Redman, Peter; Epstein, Debbie; Kehily, Mary Jane and Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin (2002). Boys Bonding: same-sex friendship, the unconscious and heterosexual masculinities. Discourse, 23(2) pp. 179–191.

Sheehy, Kieron (2002). The Effective Use of Symbols in Teaching Word Recognition to Children with Severe Learning Difficulties: a comparison of word alone, integrated picture cueing and the handle technique. International Journal of Disability, Development & Education, 49(1) pp. 47–59.

Sheehy, Kieron (2002). Overcoming failure to begin word recognition using a local feature strategy: The handle technique and children with severe learning difficulties. Learn: The Journal of the Irish Learning Support Association, 24 pp. 78–87.

Wood, Clare (2002). Orthographic analogies and phonological priming effects. Journal of Research in Reading, 25(2) pp. 144–159.

Wood, Clare (2002). Parent-child pre-school activities can affect the development of literacy skills. Journal of Research in Reading, 25(3) pp. 241–258.

Woodhead, Martin (2002). Work, play and learning in the lives of young children. In: Drury, Rose; Miller, Linda and Campbell, Robin eds. Exploring Early Years Education and Care. London: David Fulton.

Woodhead, Martin (2002). The child in development. In: Montgomery, Heather and Woodhead, Martin eds. Understanding Childhood: an Interdisciplinary Approach. Wiley.

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Bragg, Sara (2001). Perverse and improper pedagogies: the case of Freddy's fingers and Russell's head. The Velvet Light Trap: A Critical Journal of Film and Television, 48 pp. 68–80.

Bragg, Sara (2001). Just what the doctors ordered? - Media regulation, education and the "problem" of media violence. In: Barker, Martin and Petley, Julian eds. Ill Effects: the media violence debate. Communication and Society. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 87–110.

Brockington, I. F.; Oates, J.; George, S.; Turner, D.; Vostanis, P.; Sullivan, M.; Loh, C. and Murdoch, C. (2001). A screening questionnaire for mother-infant bonding disorders. Archives of Women’s Mental Health, 3(4)

Clark, Alison and Moss, P (2001). Listening to young children: the Mosaic approach. London: National Children's Bureau for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

Dunbar, George; Hill, Ros and Lewis, Vicky (2001). Children’s attentional skills and road behavior. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Applied, 7(3) pp. 227–234.

Emerson, Anne; Grayson, Andrew and Griffiths, Adrienne (2001). Can’t or won’t?: Evidence relating to authorship in facilitated communication. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 36 (Supplement to) pp. 98–103.

Epstein, Debbie; Kehily, Mary; Mac an Ghaill, Mairtin and Redman, Peter (2001). Boys and girls come out to play: making masculinities and femininities in school playgrounds. Men and Masculinities, 4(2) pp. 158–172.

Grant, Cathy M.; Grayson, Andy and Boucher, Jill (2001). Using tests of false belief with children with autism: How valid and reliable are they? Autism, 5(2) pp. 135–145.

Hammersley, Martyn (2001). On “Systematic” reviews of research literatures: a narrative reply to Evans and Benefield. British Educational Research Journal, 27(5) pp. 543–554.

Hammersley, Martyn (2001). On Michael Bassey's concept of the fuzzy generalisation. Oxford Review of Education, 27(2) pp. 219–225.

Hammersley, Martyn (2001). A reply to partisan reviews. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 22(3) pp. 417–421.

Hammersley, Martyn (2001). Interpreting acheivement gaps: Some comments on a dsipute. British Journal of Educational Studies, 49(3) pp. 285–298.

Hammersley, Martyn (2001). Ethnography and realism. In: Emerson, Robert M. ed. Contemporary Field Research (Second edition). Prospect Heights, Illinois: Waveland Press.

Hammersley, Martyn (2001). Some questions about evidence-based practice in education. In: Pring, Richard and Thomas, Gary eds. Evidence-based Practice in Education. Open University Press, pp. 133–149.

Hammersley, M (2001). Whose side was Becker on? Questioning political and epistemological racialism. Qualitative Research, 1(1) pp. 91–110. file

Jeffrey, Robert and Woods, P. (2001). Challenging prescription in ideology and practice: the case of Sunny first school. In: Collins, Janet; Insley, Kim and Soler, Janet eds. Developing pedagogy: researching practice. Developing practice in primary education. London, UK: Paul Chapman.

Kehily, Mary (2001). Bodies in school: Young men, embodiment, and heterosexual masculinities. Men and Masculinities, 4(2) pp. 173–185.

Kehily, Mary and Nayak, Anoop (2001). 'Learning to laugh?': a study of schoolboy humour in the English secondary school. In: Martino, Wayne and Mayenn, Bob eds. What about the boys?: issues of masculinity in schools. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press, pp. 110–123.

Kehily, Mary Jane; Mac An Ghaill, Martin; Epstein, Debbie and Redman, Peter (2001). Private girls and public worlds: producing femininities in the primary school. Discourse, 23(2) pp. 167–177.

Kellett, Mary and Nind, Melanie (2001). Ethics in quasi-experimental research on people with severe learning disabilities: dilemmas and compromises. British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 29(2) pp. 51–55.

McGlaughlin, A. and Grayson, A. (2001). Crying in the first year of infancy: Patterns and prevalence. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology, 19(1) pp. 47–59.

Montgomery, Heather (2001). Modern Babylon?: Prostituting children in Thailand. Fertility, Reproduction and Sexuality, 2. Oxford, UK: Berghahn Books.

Montgomery, Heather (2001). Imposing rights?: A case study of child prostitution in Thailand. In: Cowan, Jane K.; Dembour, Marie-Benedicte and Wilson, Richard A. eds. Culture and rights: anthropological perspectives. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, pp. 80–101.

Montgomery, Heather (2001). Child sex tourism in Thailand. In: Harrison, D. ed. Tourism and the less developed countries: issues and case studies. Wallingford, UK: CABI Publishing.

Montgomery, Heather (2001). Child Sex Tourists: Myths and Realities’. In: Harrison, David ed. Tourism and the Less Developed World. 2nd edition. UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 191–202.

Montgomery, Heather (2001). Motherhood, fertility and ambivalence among young prostitutes in Thailand. In: Tremayne, Soraya ed. Managing Reproductive Life: Cross Cultural Themes in Sexuality and Fertility. Oxford, UK: Berghahn, pp. 71–84. file

Nind, M.; Kellett, M. and Hopkins, V. (2001). Teachers' talk styles: communicating with learners with severe and complex learning difficulties. Child Language Teaching and Therapy, 17(2) pp. 143–159.

Wood, Clare and Farrington-Flint, Lee (2001). Orthographic analogy use and phonological priming effects in non-word reading. Cognitive Development, 16(4) pp. 951–963. file

Woodhead, Martin (2001). The value of work and school: a study of working children's perspectives. In: Lieten, Kristoffel and White, Ben eds. Child Labour: Policy Options. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Aksant Academic Publishers, pp. 103–116. file

2000

Gomm, Roger; Hammersley, Martyn and Foster, Peter eds. (2000). Case study method: Key texts, key issues. London: Sage.

Joiner, Richard; Littleton, Karen; Faulkner, Dorothy and Miell, Dorothy eds. (2000). Rethinking Collaborative Learning. London, UK: Free Association Press.

Faulkner, Dorothy; Joiner, Richard; Littleton, Karen; Miell, Dorothy and Thompson, Linda (2000). The mediating effect of task presentation on collaboration and children's acquisition of scientific reasoning. European Journal of Psychology of Education, 15(4) pp. 417–430. file

Foster, Peter; Gomm, Roger and Hammersley, Martyn (2000). Case studies as spurious evaluations: the example of research on educational inequalitites. British Journal of Educational Studies, 48(3) pp. 215–230.

Hammersley, M.; Foster, P. and Gomm, R. (2000). Case study and generalisation. In: Gomm, R.; Hammersley, M. and Foster, P. eds. Case Study Method: Key Issues, Key Texts. London: Sage, pp. 98–115.

Hammersley, M.; Foster, P. and Gomm, R. (2000). Case study and theory. In: Gomm, R.; Hammersley, M. and Foster, P. eds. Case Study Method: Key Issues, Key Texts. London: Sage, pp. 234–258.

Hammersley, Martyn (2000). Taking sides in social research: Essays on partisanship and bias. London: Routledge.

Hammersley, Martyn (2000). Varieties of social research. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 3(3) pp. 221–229.

Hammersley, Martyn (2000). The relevance of qualitative research. Oxford Review of Education, 26(3-4) pp. 393–405.

Hammersley, Martyn (2000). Evidence-based practice in education and the contribution of educational research. In: Reynolds, Shirley and Trinder, Liz eds. Evidence-Based Practice. Oxford: Blackwell, pp. 163–183.

Hammersley, Martyn (2000). Taking sides against research: an assessment of the rationales for partisanship. In: Scott, David ed. Values and Educational Research. Institute of Education, University of London.

Kellett, Mary (2000). Motivating the musically disaffected. In: Upton, Graham and Clipson-Boyles, Suzi eds. Putting Research into Practice in Primary Teaching and Learning. David Fulton, pp. 141–153.

Kellett, Mary (2000). Raising musical self esteem in the primary classroom: an exploratory study of young children's listening skills. British Journal of Music Education, 17(2) pp. 157–181.

Kellett, Mary (2000). Sam's story: evaluating Intensive Interaction in terms of its effect on the social and communicative ability of a young child with severe learning difficulties. Support for Learning, 15(4) pp. 165–171.

Keogh, Teresa; Barnes, Peter; Joiner, Richard and Littleton, Karen (2000). Gender, pair composition and computer versus paper presentations of an english language task. Educational Psychology, 20(1) pp. 33–44.

Light, Paul; Littleton, Karen; Bale, Stuart; Joiner, Richard and Messer, David (2000). Gender and social comparison effects in computer-based problem solving. Learning and Instruction, 10(6) pp. 483–496.

Littleton, Karen (2000). Re-thinking collaborative learning: An overview. In: Joiner, Richard; Littleton, Karen; Miell, Dorothy and Faulkner, Dorothy eds. Rethinking Collaborative Learning. London, UK: Free Association Books, pp. 248–258.

Littleton, Karen; Faulkner, Dorothy; Miell, Dorothy; Joiner, Richard and Hakkinen, Paivi (2000). Editorial introduction. European Journal of Psychology of Education, XV(4) pp. 371–374.

Sheehy, Kieron (2000). The development of cognition, moral reasoning and language. In: Gupta, R. M. and Gupta, D. eds. Psychology for Psychiatrists. London: Whurr Publishing Ltd, pp. 79–103.

1999

Hammersley, Martyn ed. (1999). Researching school experience: Ethnographic studies of teaching and learning. London: Routledge.

Hammersley, Martyn (1999). Sociology, what's it for? A critique of Gouldner'. Sociological Research Online, 4(3)

Hammersley, Martyn (1999). Not bricolage but boatbuilding: Exploring two metaphors for thinking about ethnography. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 28(6) pp. 574–585.

Woodhead, Martin (1999). Is there a place for work in child development? Implications of child development theory and research for interpretation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, with particular reference to Article 32, on children, work and exploitation. Rädda Barnen. file

Woodhead, Martin (1999). Towards a global paradigm for research in early childhood education. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 7(1) pp. 5–22. file

Woodhead, Martin (1999). Reconstructing developmental psychology: some first steps. Children & Society, 13(1) pp. 3–19. file

1998

Foster, Peter and Hammersley, Martyn (1998). A review of reviews: structure and function in reviews of educational research. British Educational Research Journal, 24(5) pp. 609–628.

Hammersley, Martyn (1998). Partisanship and credibility: the case of anti-racist educational research. In: Connolly, P. and Troyna, B. eds. Researching "Race" in Educational Settings. Buckingham: Open University Press.

Hammersley, Martyn (1998). Get real! A defence of realism. In: Hodkinson, Phil ed. The Nature of Educational Research: Realism, Relativism, or Post-Modernism? Manchester: Manchester Metropolitan University.

Hammersley, Martyn (1998). The profession of a 'methodological purist'? In: Walford, Geoffrey ed. Doing Research about Education. London: Falmer Press, pp. 139–153.

Oates, John (1998). Risk factors for infant attrition and low engagement in experiments and free-play. Infant Behaviour and Development, 21(4) pp. 555–569. file

Woodhead, Martin (1998). Children's Perspectives on their Working Lives: a participatory study in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, The Philippines, Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua. Radda Barnen, Stockholm, Sweden. file

Woodhead, Martin (1998). The Children’s Perspectives Protocol: A participatory approach to studying child work issues. Radda Barnen, Stockholm. file

1997

Hammersley, Martyn (1997). On the foundations of critical discourse analysis. Language and Communication, 17(3) pp. 237–248.

Hammersley, Martyn (1997). Educational research and teaching: A response to David Hargreaves' TTA lecture. British Educational Research Journal, 23(2) pp. 141–161.

Hammersley, Martyn (1997). Qualitative data archiving: Some reflections on its prospects and problems. Sociology, 31(1) pp. 131–142.

Hammersley, Martyn (1997). Educational inequality as a social problem: The case of England. In: Cosin, Ben and Hales, Margaret eds. Families, Education and Social Differences. London: Routledge, pp. 102–115.

Hammersley, Martyn and Gomm, Roger (1997). Bias in social research. Sociological Research Online, 2(1) http://www.socresonline.org.uk/socresonline/2/1/2.html.

1996

Foster, Peter; Gomm, Roger and Hammersley, Martyn (1996). Constructing educational inequality: An assessment of research on school processes. Social research & educational studies, 15. London: Falmer.

Hammersley, Martyn (1996). Post Mortem of Post Modern? Some refelctions on British sociology of education. British Journal of Educational Studies, 44(1) pp. 395–408.

Woodhead, Martin (1996). In search of the rainbow: pathways to quality in large scale programmes for young disadvantaged children. Early Childhood Development: Practice and Reflections (7). The Hague: Bernard van Leer Foundation. file

1995

Hammersley, Martyn (1995). The politics of social research. London: Sage.

Hammersley, Martyn (1995). Theory and evidence in qualitative research. Quality and Quantity, 29(1) pp. 55–66. file

1994

Hammersley, Martyn (1994). On feminist methodology: A response. Sociology, 28(1) pp. 293–300.

Hammersley, Martyn (1994). Ethnography, policy-making and practice in education. In: Halpin, David and Troyna, Barry eds. Researching Education and Policy: Ethical and Methodological Issues. London: Falmer, pp. 139–153.

1993

Hammersley, Martyn ed. (1993). Educational research: Current issues. London: Sage.

Hammersley, M. (1993). An appraisal of 'Labouring to learn'. In: Gomm, Roger and Woods, Peter eds. Educational Research in Action. London: Paul Chapman, pp. 171–183.

Hammersley, Martyn (1993). Research and anti-racism: The case of Peter Foster and his critics. British Journal of Sociology, 44(3) pp. 429–448.

Hammersley, Martyn (1993). The rhetorical turn in ethnography. Social Science Information, 32(1) pp. 23–37.

Hammersley, Martyn (1993). On the teacher as researcher. Educational Action Research, 1(3) pp. 425–445.

Hammersley, Martyn (1993). Introducing ethnography. In: Graddol, David; Maybin, Janet and Stierer, Barry eds. Researching Language and Literacy in Social Context. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters, pp. 1–17.

Hammersley, Martyn and Scarth, John (1993). Beware of wise men bearing gifts: A case study in the misuse of educational research. British Educational Research Journal, 19(5) pp. 489–498.

1992

Hammersley, Martyn ed. (1992). Social research: Philosophy, politics and practice. London: Sage.

Hammersley, Martyn and Woods, Peter eds. (1992). Gender and ethnicity in schools: Ethnographic accounts. London: Routledge.

Hammersley, Martyn (1992). What's wrong with ethnography? London: Routledge.

Hammersley, Martyn (1992). Some reflections on ethnography and validity. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 5(3) pp. 195–203.

Hammersley, Martyn (1992). Reflections on the Liberal University: Truth, citizenship and the role of the academic. International Studies in Sociology of Education, 2(2) pp. 165–183.

Hammersley, Martyn (1992). On feminist methodology. Sociology, 26(2) pp. 187–206.

Hammersley, Martyn (1992). Deconstructing the qualitative-quantitative divide. In: Brannen, Julia ed. Mixing Methods: Qualitative and Quantitative Research. Aldershot: Avebury.

1991

Hammersley, Martyn (1991). A myth of a myth? An assessment of two ethnographic studies of option choice schemes. British Journal of Sociology, 42(1) pp. 61–94.

Hammersley, Martyn (1991). A note on Campbell's distinction between internal and external validity. Quality and Quantity, 25(4) pp. 381–387.

1990

Hammersley, Martyn (1990). Classroom ethnography: Empirical and methodological essays. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Hammersley, Martyn (1990). Reading ethnographic research: A critical guide. London: Longman.

Hammersley, Martyn (1990). Herbert Blumer and qualitative method. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 3(1) pp. 31–36.

Hammersley, Martyn (1990). An evaluation of two studies of gender imbalance in primary classrooms. British Educational Research Journal, 16(2) pp. 125–143.

Hammersley, Martyn (1990). What's wrong with ethnography? The myth of theoretical description. Sociology, 24(4) pp. 597–615.

1989

Hammersley, Martyn (1989). The dilemma of qualitative method: Herbert Blumer and the Chicago tradition. London: Routledge.

Hammersley, Martyn (1989). The problem of the concept: Herbert Blumer on the relationship between concepts and data. Journal of Comtemporary Ethnography, 18(2) pp. 133–159.

1988

Hammersley, Martyn (1988). On Transmissionism and Evaluative Inquiry: a reply to Heap. Curriculum Inquiry, 18(2) pp. 231–233.

Scarth, John and Hammersley, Martyn (1988). Examinations and teaching. British Educational Research Journal, 14(3) pp. 231–249.

1987

Hammersley, Martyn (1987). Ethnography and the cumulative development of theory: A discussion of Woods' proposal for 'phase two' research. British Educational Research Journal, 14(3) pp. 283–296.

Hammersley, Martyn (1987). Ethnography for Survival?: A reply to Woods. British Educational Research Journal, 13(3) pp. 283–295.

Hammersley, Martyn (1987). Some notes on the terms 'validity' and 'reliability'. British Educational Research Journal, 13(1) pp. 73–81.

Hammersley, Martyn (1987). Heap and Delamont on transmissionism and British Ethnography of Schooling. Curriculum Inquiry, 17(2) pp. 235–237.

Hammersley, Martyn and Scarth, John (1987). More questioning of ORACLE: A reply to Croll and Galton. Educational Research, 29(1) pp. 37–46.

1986

Hammersley, Martyn ed. (1986). Controversies in classroom research: A reader. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Hammersley, Martyn ed. (1986). Case studies in classroom research: A reader. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Hammersley, Martyn (1986). Measurement in ethnography. In: Hammersley, Martyn ed. Controversies in Classroom Research. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Hammersley, Martyn and Scarth, John (1986). The impact of examinations on secondary school teaching: A research report. Milton Keynes: The Open University.

Hammersley, Martyn and Scarth, John (1986). Questioning ORACLE: An assessment of ORACLE'S analysis of teachers' questions. Educational Research, 28(3) pp. 174–184.

Scarth, J and Hammersley, M (1986). Some problems in assessing the closedness of classroom tasks. In: Hammersley, Martyn ed. Case Studies in Classroom Research. Milton Keynes: Open University Press, pp. 70–84.

1985

Hammersley, Martyn (1985). From ethnography to theory: A programme and paradigm in the sociology of education. Sociology, 19(2) pp. 244–259.

Hammersley, Martyn (1985). Ethnography: What it is and what it does. In: Hegarty, Seamus and Evans, Peter eds. Research and Evaluation Methods in Special Education. Windsor: NFER-Nelson, pp. 152–163.

Hammersley, Martyn; Scarth, John and Webb, Sue (1985). Developing and testing theory: the case of research on pupil learning and examinations. In: Burgess, Robert G ed. Issues in Educational Research: Qualitative Methods. Lewes: Falmer Press, pp. 48–66.

1984

Hammersley, Martyn and Hargreaves, Andy eds. (1984). Curriculum practice: Some sociological case studies. UK: Falmer Press.

Hammersley, Martyn and Woods, Peter eds. (1984). Life in school: Sociology of pupil culture. Milton Keynes: Open University Press.

Hammersley, Martyn (1984). Some reflections on the macro-micro problem in the sociology of education. Sociological Review, 32(2) pp. 316–324.

Hammersley, Martyn (1984). The paradigmatic mentality: A diagnosis. In: Barton, Len and Walker, Stephen eds. Social Crisis and Educational Research. Croom Helm, pp. 230–255.

Hammersley, Martyn (1984). The researcher exposed: A natural history. In: Burgess, Robert ed. The Research process in Educational Settings: Ten Case Studies. Sussex: Falmer Press, pp. 39–67.

Hammersley, Martyn (1984). Making a vice of our virtues: Some notes on theory in ethnography and history. In: Goodson, Ivor F. and Ball, Stephen eds. Defining the Curriculum: Histories and ethnographies. London: Falmer Press, pp. 15–24.

Hammersley, Martyn (1984). Staffroom news. In: Hargreaves, Andy and Woods, Peter eds. Classrooms and Staffrooms: Sociology of Teachers and Teaching. UK: Open University Press, pp. 230–214.

1983

Hammersley, Martyn ed. (1983). The Ethnography of schooling: Methodological issues. N. Humberside: Nafferton.

Hammersley, Martyn and Atkinson, Paul (1983). Ethnography: Principles in practice. London: Tavistock.

1982

Hammersley, Martyn (1982). The sociology of classrooms. In: Hartnett, Anthony ed. The Social Sciences in Educational Studies. London: Heinemann, pp. 227–242.

Hammersley, Martyn and Hargreaves, Andy (1982). CCCS Gas! Politics and science in the work of the Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies. Oxford Review of Education, 8(2) pp. 139–144.

1981

Hammersley, Martyn (1981). Using qualitative methods. Social Science Information Studies, 1(4) pp. 209–220.

Hammersley, Martyn (1981). Ideology in the Staffroom: A critique of false consciousness. In: Barton, Len and Walker, Stephen eds. Schools, Teachers and Teaching. Sussex: Falmer Press.

1980

Hammersley, Martyn (1980). Classroom ethnography. Educational Analysis, 2(2) pp. 47–74.

Hammersley, Martyn (1980). Putting competence in action: Some sociological notes on a model of classroom interaction. In: French, Peter and MacLure, Margaret eds. Adult-Child Conversation. London: Croom Helm, pp. 47–58.

Hammersley, Martyn (1980). On interactionist empiricism. In: Woods, Peter ed. Pupil Strategies: Explorations in the Sociology of the School. London: Croom Helm, pp. 198–213.

Hammersley, Martyn and Turner, Glenn (1980). Conformist pupils? In: Woods, Peter ed. Pupil Strategies: Explorations in the Sociology of the School. London: Croom Helm, pp. 29–49.

1979

Hammersley, Martyn (1979). Towards a model of teacher activity. In: Eggleston, John ed. Teacher Decision-Making in the Classroom: a Collection of Papers. Routledge and Kegan Paul, pp. 181–192.

1977

Woods, Peter and Hammersley, Martyn eds. (1977). School Experience: Explorations in the sociology of education. London: Croom Helm.

Hammersley, Martyn (1977). School learning: the cultural resources required by pupils to answer a teacher's question. In: Woods, Peter and Hammersley, Martyn eds. School Experience: Explorations in the Sociology of Education. London: Croom Helm, pp. 57–86.

1976

Hammersley, Martyn and Woods, Peter eds. (1976). The process of schooling: A sociological reader. Routledge/Kegan Paul Ltd.

Hammersley, M (1976). The mobilisation of pupil attention. In: Hammersley, Martyn and Woods, Peter eds. The Process of Schooling: a Sociological Reader. London: Routledge and Kegan Paul, pp. 104–115.

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