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Fensham-Smith, Amber (2021). The rise in home education: issues related to recognition, collaboration and successful partnerships. In: Wearmouth, Janice and Lindley, Karen eds. Bringing the Curriculum to Life. Open University Press, (In press).

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Bradbury, Steven; Lusted, Jim and Van Sterkenberg, Jacco eds. (2020). 'Race', Ethnicity, Racism and Sport Coaching. Routledge Critical Perspectives on Equality and Social Justice in Sport and Leisure. Abingdon: Routledge.

Cooper, Victoria and Holford, Naomi eds. (2020). Exploring Childhood and Youth. Abingdon: Routledge.

Cooper, Victoria (2020). Childhood identities and materiality. In: Cooper, Victoria and Holford, Naomi eds. Exploring childhood and youth. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 7–20.

Fensham-Smith, Amber (2020). Towards co-operative working in alternative education. The Freedom to Learn Project, Phoenix Education Trust.

Golding, Tyrrell and Dunn, Clare (2020). Recognising Prior Experiential Learning: Challenges and Opportunities for Advancing Employability and Accrediting Lifelong Learning. In: Employability Conference 2020: expanding the narrative for a rapidly changing world, 11 Mar 2020, The Open University, Milton Keynes.

Horne, Jo; Vseteckova, Jitka; Smith, Lee; Trott, Mike and Kentzer, Nichola (2020). A systematic review protocol on the barriers and facilitators to physical activity in informal/unpaid carers in the UK. PROSPERO: International prospective register of systematic reviews, CRD42020167742.

Murphy, Gráinne; Corcoran, Ciara; Tatlow-Golden, Mimi; Boyland, Emma and Rooney, Brendan (2020). See, Like, Share, Remember: Adolescents’ Responses to Unhealthy-, Healthy- and Non-Food Advertising in Social Media. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17(7), article no. 2181.

O’Farrelly, Christine; Booth, Ailbhe; Tatlow-Golden, Mimi and Barker, Beth (2020). Reconstructing readiness: Young children’s priorities for their early school adjustment. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 50(2) pp. 3–16.

Taverner, Phil; Larkin, Mary; Vseteckova, Jitka; Kentzer, Nichola; Horne, Jo; Penson, Martin; Robb, Martin; Berry, Alex; Spencer, Melinda and Methley, Abigail (2020). How can Adult Carers get the best support during Covid-19 pandemic and beyond? Open Learn, Milton Keynes.

Vseteckova, Jitka; Horne, Joanna; Smith, Lee; Trott, Mike and Kentzer, Nichola (2020). A systematic review on the prevalence of physical activity in informal / unpaid carers worldwide. Prospero - International prospective register of systematic reviews, CRD42020184204.

Vseteckova, Jitka; Kentzer, Nichola; Horne, Jo; Penson, Martin; Robb, Martin; Larkin, Mary; Berry, Alex; Spencer, Melinda; Methley, Abigail and Taverner, Phil (2020). Young carers,COVID-19 and physical activity. OpenLearn, Milton Keynes.

Vseteckova, Jitka; Kentzer, Nichola; Horne, Jo; Robb, Martin; Larkin, Mary; Berry, Alex; Spencer, Melinda; Methley, Abigail and Taverner, Phil (2020). The effects of self-isolation and lack of physical activity on carers. Open Learn, Milton Keynes.

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Adamis, Dimitrios; Tatlow-Golden, Mimi; Gavin, Blánaid and McNicholas, Fiona (2019). General practitioners’ (GP) attitudes and knowledge about attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in Ireland. Irish Journal of Medical Science, 188(1) pp. 231–239.

Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn; Jennings, George; Vaittinen, Anu and Owton, Helen (2019). Weather-wise? Sporting embodiment, weather work and weather learning in running and triathlon. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 54(7) pp. 777–792.

Bennett, Stephanie; Cooper, Victoria and Payler, Jane (2019). Beyond talk: Learning from children and young people experiencing a family health crisis. In: Robb, Martin; Montgomery, Heather and Thompson, Rachel eds. Critical Practice with Children and Young People (2nd edition). Bristol: Policy press, pp. 143–160.

Boampong, Michael (2019). Transnational practices and children’s local lives in times of economic crisis. In: Von Benzon, Nadia and Wilkinson, Catherine eds. Intersectionality and Difference in Childhood and Youth : Global Perspectives. London: Routledge, pp. 198–212.

Boampong, Michael (2019). Ghana. In: Wells, Karen ed. Teen Lives around the World: A Global Encyclopedia, Volume 1. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO, pp. 163–173.

Budiyanto and Sheehy, Kieron (2019). Developing Signalong Indonesia: issues of politics, pedagogy and perceptions. In: Grove, Nicola and Launonen, Kaisa eds. Manual Sign Acquisition by Children with Developmental Disabilities. Nova Science.

Clegg, Helen; Owton, Helen and Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn (2019). Attracting and Retaining Boys in Ballet: A Qualitative Study of Female Dance Teachers. Journal of Dance Education, 19(4) pp. 158–167.

Flack, Zoe M. and Fensham-Smith, Amber J. (2019). A systematic review of methods in UK home education studies: recommendations for development and practice. In: University of Brighton Second Education Research and Enterprise Conference, 14 Jun 2019, Brighton.

Hilliard, Jake; Kear, Karen; Donelan, Helen and Heaney, Caroline (2019). Exploring the emotions of distance learning students in an assessed, online, collaborative project. In: Connecting through Educational Technology - Proceedings of the European Distance and E-Learning Network 2019 Annual Conference (Volungeviciene, Airina and Szűcs, András eds.), 16-19 Jun 2019, Bruges, Belgium, pp. 251–259.

Huntley, Emma and Kentzer, Nichola (2019). Sport, Psychology and Christianity: The Importance of Reflective Practice. In: Hemmings, Brian; Watson, Nick J. and Parker, Andrew eds. Sport, Psychology and Christianity: Welfare, Performance and Consultancy. Routledge Research in Sport, Culture and Society. Routledge, pp. 171–190.

Kucirkova, Natalia; Messer, David J. and Sheehy, Kieron (2019). Investigating the effectiveness of the Our Story App to increase children’s narrative skills: Lessons learnt from one English preschool classroom. In: Veneziano, Edy and Nicolopoulou, Ageliki eds. Narrative, Literacy and Other Skills: Studies in intervention. Studies in Narrative (25). John Benjamins, pp. 265–281.

Langdown, Ben L.; Wells, Jack E.T.; Graham, Sean and Bridge, Matt W. (2019). Acute effects of different warm-up protocols on highly skilled golfers’ drive performance. Journal of Sports Sciences, 37(6) pp. 656–664.

McCafferty, Claire; Shan, Christine Liran; Mooney, Robert; O'Rourke, Clare; Pourshahidi, Kirsty; Livingstone, Barbara; Kearney, John; Corish, Clare; Tatlow-Golden, Mimi and Murrin, Celine (2019). How do adults define the treats they give to children? A thematic analysis. Appetite, 133 pp. 155–122.

Oates, John (2019). Ethical Considerations in Psychology Research. In: Iphofen, Ron ed. Handbook of Research Ethics and Scientific Integrity. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature Switzerland AG.

Oates, John (2019). Research Ethics, Children, and Young People. In: Iphofen, Ron ed. Handbook of Research Ethics and Scientific Integrity. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Nature.

Oates, John and Gervai, Judit (2019). Mothers' Perceptions of Their Infants. Journal of Prenatal & Perinatal Psychology & Health, 33(4) pp. 282–300.

Rombouts, Ellen; Sheehy, Kieron; Buchanan-Mellon, Judith and Grove, Nicola (2019). Signing in School. In: Grove, Nicola and Launonen, Kaisa eds. Manual Sign Acquisition by Children with Developmental Disabilities. Nova Science.

Sheehy, Kieron; Budiyanto; Kaye, Helen and Khofidotur, Rofiah (2019). Indonesian Teachers’ Epistemological Beliefs and Inclusive Education. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 23(1) pp. 39–56.

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Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn; Vaittinen, Anu; Jennings, George and Owton, Helen (2018). Exploring Lived Heat, “Temperature Work,” and Embodiment: Novel Auto/Ethnographic Insights from Physical Cultures. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 47(3) pp. 283–305.

Baldisserotto, Márcia Leonardi; Theme-Filha, Mariza Miranda; Griep, Rosane Harter; Oates, John; Renó Junior, Joel and Cavalsan, Juliana Pires (2018). Transcultural adaptation to the Brazilian Portuguese of the Postpartum Bonding Questionnaire for assessing the postpartum bond between mother and baby. Cadernos de Saúde Pública, 34(7), article no. e00170717.

Budiyanto; Sheehy, Kieron; Kaye, Helen and Rofiah, Khofidotur (2018). Developing Signalong Indonesia: issues of happiness and pedagogy, training and stigmatisation. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 22(5) pp. 543–559.

Cooper, Victoria; Narzisi, Katia; Simons, Joan; Tatlow-Golden, Mimi and Twiner, Alison (2018). Theory And Empirical Research Of Children And Young People And Digital Food/Health Literacy. In: 2nd Digital Health and Wellbeing Conference, 1-3 May 2018, Open University, Milton Keynes.

Fensham-Smith, Amber (2018). Becoming a home-educator in a networked world. In: British Educational Research Association Annual Conference 2018, 11-13 Sep 2018, Newcastle.

Fensham-Smith, Amber (2018). Becoming a home-educator in a networked world: towards the democratisation of education alternatives? In: Researching for Social Justice and Educational Improvement, BERA English in Education Special Interest Group, 21 Jun 2018, University of Bedfordshire.

Gallacher, Jim and Reeve, Fiona (2018). New Frontiers for college education: the challenges. In: Gallacher, Jim and Reeve, Fiona eds. New Frontiers for College Education: International Perspectives. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 3–18.

Gallacher, Jim and Reeve, Fiona (2018). Challenges for college education: Reflections and some conclusions. In: Gallacher, Jim and Reeve, Fiona eds. New Frontiers for College Education: International Perspectives. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 223–230.

Helleve, Arnfinn; Sandberg, Helena; Berg, Christina; Prell, Hillevi; Ólafsdóttir, Steingerður; Gísladóttir, Elva; Andersen, Morten C.; Jewell, Jo; Breda, João; Marniemi, Annikka; Gabrijelcic, Mojca and Tatlow-Golden, Mimi (2018). Monitoring food marketing to children: A joint Nordic monitoring protocol for marketing of foods and beverages high in fat, salt and sugar (HFSS) towards children and young people. TemaNord, ISSN 0908-6692 ; 2018:504. Copenhagen, Denmark: Nordisk Ministerråd.

Honorio Neto, F.; Tatlow-Golden, M.; Mulligan, A.; Gavin, B. and McNicholas, F. (2018). Attitudes and reported practice of paediatricians and child psychiatrists regarding the assessment and treatment of ADHD in Ireland. Irish Journal of Psychological Medicine, 35(3) pp. 181–191.

Ibbotson, Paul; Hartman, Rose M. and Björkenstam, Kristina Nilsson (2018). Frequency filter: an open access tool for analysing language development. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 33(10) pp. 1325–1339.

Ibbotson, Paul; López, Diana G. and McKane, Alan J. (2018). Goldilocks Forgetting in Cross-Situational Learning. Frontiers in Psychology: Cognition, 9, article no. 1301.

Kehily, Mary Jane and Montgomery, Heather (2018). Children’s and young people’s cultures. In: Montgomery, Heather and Robb, Martin eds. Children and young people’s worlds. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 25–40.

Langdown, Ben; Burnett, Stephen; Jones, Nicholas and Coughlan, Daniel (2018). Practice And Tournament Volumes Of Young Golfers In Regional And National Squads. In: World Scientific Congress of Golf, 11-13 Jul 2018, Abbottsford, BC, Canada.

Lingam-Willgoss, Candice (2018). Maintaining positive mental health throughout sporting transitions: A case study of elite sporting females. In: Competing in the Dark – Mental Health in Sport, 21 Mar 2018, Open University, Milton Keynes.

Lingam-Willgoss, Candice (2018). How elite athletes balance motherhood and elite level sport. In: BPS DSEP 2018 Conference, 3-4 Dec 2018, Belfast.

Montgomery, Heather (2018). [Book Review] Oscar Wilde and the Cultures of Childhood. Childhood in the Past, 11(2) pp. 130–132.

Montgomery, Heather (2018). Children and Sex Tourism: The Case of Thailand. In: Gmelch, Sharon and Kaul, Adam eds. Tourists and Tourism: A Reader. Waveland Press, pp. 281–293.

Montgomery, Heather (2018). Children’s rights and cultural relativism. In: Montgomery, Heather and Robb, Martin eds. Children and young people’s worlds. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 57–72.

Montgomery, Heather (2018). Inequality and the social and cultural capital of childhood and youth. In: Montgomery, Heather and Robb, Martin eds. Children and young people’s worlds. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 73–88.

Montgomery, Heather and Tatlow-Golden, Mimi (2018). Reconciling Childhood and Youth Studies and developmental psychology. In: Montgomery, Heather and Robb, Martin eds. Children and young people's worlds. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 7–24.

Oates, John; Gervai, Judit; Danis, Ildiko; Lakatos, Krisztina and Davies, John (2018). Validation of the Mothers’ Object Relations Scales Short-form (MORS-SF). Journal of Prenatal and Perinatal Psychology and Health, 33(1) pp. 38–50.

Owton, Helen (2018). Sorry. Journal of Poetry Therapy, 31(1) pp. 68–69.

Reeve, Fiona and Gallacher, Jim (2018). Is there a higher level skills gap that colleges can fill? In: Gallacher, Jim and Reeve, Fiona eds. New Frontiers for College Education: International Perspectives. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 120–136.

Regional Office for Europe, World Health Organization; Boyland, Emma; Garde, Amandine; Jewell, Jo and Tatlow-Golden, Mimi (2018). Evaluating implementation of the WHO set of recommendations on the marketing of foods and non-alcoholic beverages to children: Progress, challenges and guidance for next steps in the WHO European Region. The World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe, Copenhagen, Denmark.

Shan, Liran Christine; McCafferty, Claire; Tatlow-Golden, Mimi; O'Rourke, Claire; Mooney, Robert; Livingstone, Barbara; Pourshahidi, Kirsty; Corish, Clare; Kearney, John; Wall, Patrick and Murrin, Celine (2018). Is it still a real treat? Adults' treat provision to children. Appetite, 130 pp. 228–235.

Tatlow-Golden, M.; Twiner, A.; Hollywood, L.; Hennessy, E. and Dean, M. (2018). “They were saying it was delicious”: Very young children’s understanding of food advertising. In: 2nd Digital Health and Wellbeing Conference, 1-3 May 2018, Open University, Milton Keynes.

Tatlow-Golden, Mimi (2018). Food in children and young people’s lives: ambiguous agency and contested moralities. In: Montgomery, Heather and Robb, Martin eds. Children and young people's worlds. Bristol: Policy Press.

Wells, Jack and Langdown, Ben (2018). Warm-Up Habits of Highly-Skilled Golfers Prior to Practice and Tournament Conditions. In: World Scientific Congress of Golf 2018, 11-13 Jul 2018, Abbottsford, BC, Canada.

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Cooper, Victoria and Kellett, Mary (2017). Listening to children. In: Moyles, Janet; Georgeson, Jan and Payler, Jane eds. Beginning Teaching, Beginning Learning in Early Years and Primary Education. Milton Keynes: McGraw Hill Education / Open University Press.

Fensham-Smith, Amber (2017). Breaking Badman: online networks and the making of new divisions in a landscape of home-education practice. In: British Educational Research Association Annual Conference 2017, 5-7 Sep 2017, University of Sussex, Brighton.

Gunter, Anthony (2017). Youth Transitions and Legacies in an East London Olympic Host Borough. In: Cohen, P and Watt, P eds. London 2012 and the Post-Olympics City: A Hollow Legacy? London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 287–309.

Howells, Karen; Sarkar, Mustafa and Fletcher, David (2017). Can athletes benefit from difficulty? A systematic review of growth following adversity in competitive sport. In: Wilson, Mark R.; Walsh, Vincent and Parkin, Beth eds. Progress in Brain Research, Volume 234. Elsevier, pp. 117–159.

Lingam-Willgoss, Candice (2017). The transitional experiences of recreational and elite sporting. In: BPS DSEP Conference 2017, Dec 2017, Glasgow.

McMahon, Jennifer; MacDonald, Abbey and Owton, Helen (2017). A/r/tographic inquiry in sport and exercise research: A pilot study examining methodology versatility, feasibility and participatory opportunities. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 7(4) pp. 403–417.

Owton, Helen (2017). Doing Poetic inquiry. Palgrave Pivot. Palgrave.

Owton, Helen (2017). The video space in sensitive research: Using arts based methods. In: The Annual British Psychological Society Conference, 3-5 May 2017, Hilton Metropole, Brighton, UK.

Owton, Helen and Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn (2017). Athlete Domestic Violence: contaminating acts and the violation of self-boundaries. In: Milner, Adrienne and Braddock, II, J.H. eds. Women in Sports: Breaking Barriers, Facing Obstacles. ABC-CLIO, pp. 185–202.

Owton, Helen and Sparkes, Andrew C. (2017). Sexual abuse and the grooming process in sport: Bella’s story. Sport, Education and Society, 22(6) pp. 732–743.

Sheehy, Kieron (2017). Ethics, epistemologies and inclusive education. In: Gajewski, Agnes ed. Ethics, Equity, and Inclusive Education. International Perspectives on Inclusive Education (9). Bingley: Emerald Publishers, pp. 59–78.

Sheehy, Kieron and Holliman, Andrew (2017). New technologies and a world of differences: Introducing the perils and promises for learners. In: Sheehy, Kieron and Holliman, Andrew eds. Education and New Technologies: Perils and Promises for Learners. Routledge.

Tatlow-Golden, Mimi; Gavin, Blanaid; McNamara, Niamh; Singh, Swaran; Ford, Tamsin; Paul, Moli; Cullen, Walter and McNicholas, Fiona (2017). Transitioning from child and adolescent mental health services with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in Ireland: Case note review. Early Intervention in Psychiatry, 12(3) pp. 505–512.

Tatlow-Golden, Mimi; O’Farrelly, Christine; Booth, Ailbhe and Doyle, Orla (2017). ‘‘Bursting’’ to Go and Other Experiences: Children’s Views on Using the Toilet in the First School Year. The Journal of School Nursing, 33(3) pp. 214–222.

Woodhead, Martin; Rossiter, Jack; Dawes, Andrew and Pankhurst, Alula (2017). Scaling-up Early Learning in Ethiopia: Exploring the Potential of O-Class. Young Lives, Oxford Department of International Development (ODID), University of Oxford, Oxford.

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Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn; Owton, Helen and Crust, Lee (2016). Opening up dialogues and airways: using vignettes in research to enrich asthma understandings in sport and exercise. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 8(4) pp. 352–364.

Clegg, Helen; Owton, Helen and Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn (2016). The cool stuff!: Gender, dance and masculinity. Psychology of Women Section Review, 18(2) pp. 6–16.

Gunter, Anthony (2016). From bad to worse? Marginalised youth and ‘Road life’ (mis)representations and realities. In: Blackman, Shane and Kempson, Michelle eds. The Subcultural Imagination: Theory, Research and Reflexivity in Youth Cultures. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 46–62.

Heaney, Caroline; Walker, Natalie; Green, Alison and Rostron, Claire (2016). Bringing Sport Psychology into Physiotherapy. In: British Association of Sport & Exercises Sciences (BASES) Conferences 2016, 29-30 Nov 2016, East Midlands Conference Centre, Nottingham.

Montgomery, Heather (2016). Understanding the indefensible: reflections on fieldwork with child prostitutes in Thailand. In: Allerton, Catherine ed. Children: Ethnographic Encounters. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 141–154.

Montgomery, Heather (2016). The Rise of Childhood Studies. In: Montgomery, Heather ed. Childhood Studies. Routledge, pp. 1–17.

Montgomery, Heather (2016). Anthropological Perspectives on Children’s Rights. In: Ruck, Martin D.; Peterson-Badali, Michele and Freeman, Michael eds. Handbook of Children’s Rights: Global and Multidisciplinary Perspectives. Taylor & Francis, pp. 97–113.

O'Farrelly, Christine; Booth, Ailbhe; Tatlow-Golden, Mimi and Doyle, Orla (2016). Self-reported early experiences of children from low socioeconomic status backgrounds: The children's thoughts about school study. Children's Research Digest: Transitions, 3(2)

Owton, Helen (2016). Visual Methods Workshop. In: 5th International Conference in Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise, 30 Aug - 01 Sep 2016.

Owton, Helen (2016). Representing taboos in sport: Video representation. In: 5th International Conference in Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise, 30 Aug - 01 Sep 2016.

Owton, Helen (2016). Slow moving arts-based methods in sport. In: Psychology of Women's Section Annual Conference, 6-8 Jul 2016, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor.

Owton, Helen (2016). A Father’s Son. Qualitative Inquiry, 22(7) pp. 559–560.

Owton, Helen and Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn (2016). Conformers, contesters, creators: vignettes of asthma identities and sporting embodiment. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 51(6) pp. 699–714.

Owton, Helen and Clegg, Helen (2016). "I want to be a ballet teacher just like you": Gendered Tensions in Dance. In: Gender and Inequalities in Sport Conference, 17 Mar 2016, Milton Keynes, UK.

Owton, Helen; Clegg, Helen and Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn (2016). “I wanted to be Darcey Bussell”: Motivations and expectations of female dance teachers. Qualitative Methods in Psychology Bulletin, 22 pp. 55–64.

Owton, Helen; Clegg, Helen and Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn (2016). The coolness of dance and masculinity. In: 5th International Conference in Qualitative Research in Sport and Exercise, 30 Aug - 01 Sep 2016, University of Chichester, UK.

O’Doherty, Siobhain; Linehan, Christine; Tatlow-Golden, Mimi; Craig, Sarah; Kerr, Mike; Lynch, Christy and Staines, Anthony (2016). Perspectives of family members of people with an intellectual disability to a major reconfiguration of living arrangements for people with intellectual disability in Ireland. Journal of Intellectual Disabilities, 20(2) pp. 137–151.

Tatlow-Golden, Mimi; O’Farrelly, Christine; Booth, Ailbhe; O’Rourke, Claire and Doyle, Orla (2016). ‘Look, I have my ears open’: Resilience and early school experiences among children in an economically deprived suburban area in Ireland. School Psychology International, 37(2) pp. 104–120.

Tatlow-Golden, Mimi; Prihodova, Lucia; Gavin, Blanaid; Cullen, Walter and McNicholas, Fiona (2016). What do general practitioners know about ADHD? Attitudes and knowledge among first-contact gatekeepers: systematic narrative review. BMC Family Practice, 17(1), article no. 129.

Woodhead, Martin (2016). Early Childhood Development in the SDGs. Young Lives Policy Brief 28, Oxford Department of International Development (ODID).

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Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn; Owton, Helen and Siriwardena, Aloysius Niroshan (2015). It’s scary, scary, scary …”: the lived experience of asthma. In: Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust and University of Lincoln Research Forum, 25 Jun 2015, University of Lincoln.

Dornan, Paul and Woodhead, Martin (2015). How Inequalities Develop through Childhood: Life-course Evidence from Young Lives Cohort Study. Innocenti Discussion Paper No.2015-01, UNICEF Office of Research, Florence.

Fensham-Smith, Amber (2015). New technologies, knowledge networks and communities in home education. In: The European Conference on Education (ECE) 2015, 1-5 Jul 2015, Brighton.

Fensham-Smith, Amber J (2015). Home education: networks and communities. In: WISERD Annual Conference, Cardiff University, 30 of Jun 2015, Cardiff.

Heaney, Caroline and Owton, Helen (2015). Using social media to raise your profile. In: Faculty of Education and Language Studies Learning and Teaching Conference, Open University, Milton Keynes, 7 Oct 2015, Milton Keynes.

Holford, Naomi (2015). Gender and sexuality. In: Farrington-Flint, Lee and Montgomery, Heather eds. An introduction to childhood studies and child psychology (2nd ed.). Milton Keynes: The Open University, pp. 255–276.

Holford, Naomi (2015). Transitions to adulthood. In: Farrington-Flint, Lee and Montgomery, Heather eds. An introduction to childhood studies and child psychology (2nd ed.). Milton Keynes: The Open University, pp. 299–324.

Holford, Naomi (2015). Lost innocence? The sexualization of childhood. In: Kehily, Mary Jane ed. An introduction to childhood studies. Third edition. Open University Press, pp. 173–190.

Linehan, Christine; O'Doherty, Siobhain; Tatlow-Golden, Mimi; Craig, Sarah; Kerr, Michael; Lynch, Christy; McConkey, Roy and Staines, Anthony (2015). Moving Ahead: Factors contributing to successful transition of people with intellectual disabilities from congregated to community-based residential options in two regions in Ireland. School of Social Work, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.

Montgomery, Heather (2015). Understanding Child Prostitution in Thailand in the 1990s. Child Development Perspectives, 9(3) pp. 154–157.

Montgomery, Heather (2015). Anthropological approaches to childhood. In: Kehily, Mary Jane ed. Introduction to Childhood Studies (Third Edition). Maidenhead: Open University Press, p. 83.

Montgomery, Heather (2015). The Dynamics of Culture. In: Waterhouse, Lorraine and McGhee, Janice eds. Challenging Child Protection: New Directions in Safeguarding Children. Research Highlights in Social Work. London: Jessica Kingsley, pp. 34–41.

Montgomery, Heather (2015). Prostitution (child). In: Whelehan, Patricia and Bolin, Anne eds. The International Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality. Wiley-Blackwell.

Owton, Helen (2015). Reinventing the female body-self: transcending gender roles and bodily investment in women’s boxing embodiment. In: QMiP Conference 2015, 2-4 Sep 2015, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.

Owton, Helen (2015). Bella’s Story: Sexual abuse in sport. A video representation of child sexual abuse in sport. In: Psychology of Women’s Section Conference, 8-10 Jul 2015, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor.

Owton, Helen (2015). Video representation as literature review: child sexual abuse in sport. In: Qualitative Methods in Psychology, Sep 2015, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge.

Owton, Helen (2015). Performative female boxing embodiment. In: Martial Arts Studies Conference, 11-12 Jun 2015, Cardiff University.

Owton, Helen (2015). Reinventing the body-self: intense, gendered and heightened sensorial experiences of women's boxing embodiment. In: Channon, Alexander and Matthews, Christopher R. eds. Global Perspectives on Women in Combat Sport: Women Warriors around the world. Global Culture and Sport Series. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 221–236.

Owton, Helen and Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn (2015). Intense embodiment: Senses of Heat [Video Abstract]. YouTube.

Owton, Helen and Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn (2015). Take a deep breath: Asthma and auditory work [Video abstract]. YouTube.

Owton, Helen; Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn and Siriwardena, Niroshan (2015). Using a narrative approach to enhance clinical care for patients with asthma. Chest, 148(1) pp. 288–293.

Owton, Helen and Clegg, Helen (2015). The young dancer of the year misses the pointe about gender. The Psychology of Women Section Blog.

Owton, Helen and Sparkes, Andrew (2015). “You are very special you know”: sexual abuse and the grooming process in sport. In: BPS Psychology of Women Section Annual Conference, 8-10 Jul 2015, Cumberland Lodge, Windsor.

Sheehy, Kieron and Budiyanto (2015). The pedagogic beliefs of Indonesian teachers in inclusive schools. International Journal of Disability, Development and Education, 62(5) pp. 469–485.

Tatlow-Golden, Mimi; Hennessy, Eilis; Hollywood, Lynsey and Dean, Moira (2015). Food marketing to young children on the island of Ireland: Parents' views, attitudes and practices and implications for early years policy. Children's Research Digest: Researching Early Childhood, 2(2) pp. 15–23.

Tatlow-Golden, Mimi; Murrin, Celine; Bergin, Rebecca; Kerr, Maeve; O’Brien, Sinead and Livingstone, Barbara (2015). Creating good feelings about unhealthy food: children’s televised ‘advertised diet’ on the island of Ireland, in a climate of regulation. The Irish Journal of Psychology, 36(1-4) pp. 83–100.

Theakston, Anna L.; Ibbotson, Paul; Freudenthal, Daniel; Lieven, Elena V. M. and Tomasello, Michael (2015). Productivity of noun slots in verb frames. Cognitive Science (In press).

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Wells, Karen; Burman, Erica; Montgomery, Heather and Watson, Alison eds. (2014). Childhood, Youth and Violence in Global Contexts: Researchers and Practitioners in Dialogue. Studies in Childhood and Youth. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn and Owton, Helen (2014). Take a deep breath: Asthma, sporting embodiment and ‘auditory work’. International Review for the Sociology of Sport, 49(5) pp. 592–608.

Batey, Jo and Owton, Helen (2014). Team mums: team sport experiences of athletic mothers. Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal, 22(1) pp. 30–36.

Cooper, Victoria (2014). Education and the impact of schooling. In: Farrington-Flint, Lee ed. An introduction to childhood studies and child psychology. Milton Keynes: The Open University, pp. 143–164.

Cooper, Victoria (2014). Children's developing identity. In: Reed, Michael and Rosie, Walker eds. A Critical Companion to Early Childhood. London: Sage, pp. 281–296.

Cornock, Marc and Montgomery, Heather (2014). Children’s rights since Margaret Thatcher. In: Wagg, Stephen and Pilcher, Jane eds. Thatcher’s Grandchildren. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 160–178.

Fensham-Smith, Amber J (2014). Representations of Home Education: challenging misrecognition. In: British Educational Research Association: Early Career Researchers Conference, The Institute of Education, 2014, London.

Golding, Tyrrell (2014). Female volunteers and youth work: education, emancipation or society? In: Fourth Youth and Policy Thinking Seriously Conference: Thinking Afresh: Feminism and Youth Work, 10-11 Jun 2014, Leeds, UK.

Kerawalla, Lucinda (2014). 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, pp. 117–127.

Kucirkova, Natalia; Messer, David; Sheehy, Kieron and Fernandez-Panadero, Carmen (2014). Children's engagement with educational iPad apps: insights from a Spanish classroom. Computers & Education, 71 pp. 175–184.

Linehan, Christine; O'Doherty, Siobhain; Tatlow-Golden, Mimi; Craig, Sarah; Kerr, Michael; Lynch, Christy; McConkey, Roy and Staines, Anthony (2014). Mapping the National Disability Policy Landscape. School of Social Work, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.

Montgomery, Heather (2014). Participant observation. In: Clark, Alison; Flewitt, Rosie; Hammersley, Martyn and Robb, Martin eds. Understanding Research with Children and Young People. Published in association with The Open University. Sage, pp. 122–135.

Owton, Helen (2014). Studying as a Parent: A Handbook for Success. Palgrave Student to Student. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan.

Owton, Helen (2014). Book review: Advances in Visual Methodology. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 11(1) pp. 115–117.

Owton, Helen (2014). Book review: Leaning: A Poetics of Personal Relations. Journal of Poetry Therapy, 27(3) pp. 157–160.

Owton, Helen (2014). Emerging feminisms. Psychology of Women Section Review, 16(1)

Owton, Helen (2014). Studying at university as a single mother. BigChoice Group Limited.

Owton, Helen and Allen-Collinson, Jacquelyn (2014). Close but not too close: friendship as method(ology) in ethnographic research encounters. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, 43(3) pp. 283–305.

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

Rix, Jonathan and Sheehy, Kieron (2014). Nothing special – the everyday pedagogy of teaching. In: Florian, Lani ed. Sage Handbook of Special Education, Volume 2. London: Sage, pp. 459–474.

Tatlow-Golden, Mimi; Linehan, Christine; O'Doherty, Siobhain; Craig, Sarah; Kerr, Michael; Lynch, Christy; McConkey, Roy and Staines, Anthony (2014). Living Arrangement Options for People with Intellectual Disabilities: A Scoping Review. School of Social Work and Social Policy, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland.

Woodhead, Martin; Dornan, Paul and Murray, Helen (2014). What inequality means for children: evidence from young lives. International Journal of Children's Rights, 22(3) pp. 467–501.

Woodhead, Martin; Feathersone, Imogen; Bolton, Laura and Robertson, Penny (2014). Early Childhood Development: Delivering Inter‐sectoral Policies, Programmes and Services in Low‐resource Settings. Topic guide, November (2014). Oxford: Health & Education Advice & Resource Team (HEART).

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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.

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 Sep 2013, Paphos (Cyprus), pp. 32–42.

Conradie, Liesl and Golding, Tyrrell (2013). The Short Guide to working with Children and Young People. Short Guide Series. Bristol: Policy Press.

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.

Curran, Sheila and Golding, Tyrrell (2013). Crossing the boundaries? Working informally in formal settings. In: Curran, Sheila; Harrison, Roger and Mackinnon, Donald eds. Working with Young People (2nd ed). London: Sage, pp. 125–136.

Devi, Anita and Sheehy, Kieron (2013). Can biofeedback technology help young children "learn" to relax in school? Ubiquitous Learning: an international journal, 4(4) pp. 73–88.

Heaney, Caroline (2013). The impact of sport psychology education on the practice of physiotherapists. In: International Sports Science and Sports Medicine Conference 2013, 21-23 Aug 2013, Newcastle upon Tyne.

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

Langdown, Ben; Li, Francois-Xavier and Bridge, Matt (2013). Impact Position Variability in Golfers of Differing Skill Level. International Journal of Golf Science, 2(2) pp. 142–151.

Langdown, Ben L.; Li, Francois-Xavier and Bridge, Matt (2013). Address position variability in golfers of differing skill level. International Journal of Golf Science, 2(1) pp. 1–9.

Lewis, Janet; Dingwall, Robert; Iphofen, Ron; Oates, John and Emmerich, Nathan (2013). Generic Ethics Principles in Social Science Research. In: Generic Ethics Principles in Social Science Research symposia, 5 Mar 15 Apr & 23 May 2013, London, Academy of Social Sciences.

McElvaney, Rosaleen; Tatlow-Golden, Mimi; Webb, Roisin; Lawlor, Eilis and Merriman, Brian (2013). Someone to Care: The mental health needs of children and young people with experience of the care and youth justice systems. Amnesty Ireland and the Children's Mental Health Coalition, Dublin, Ireland.

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.

Owton, H. and Allen-Collinson, J. (2013). The lived experiences of asthma in sportspeople: phenomenological perspectives. In: Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust Research Forum, 01 Dec 2013, Sleaford.

Owton, H. and Allen-Collinson, J. (2013). Close but not too close. In: Qualitative Methods in Psychology Section Conference 2013: Making a difference, making ourselves known, 04-06 Sep 2013, Huddersfield University.

Owton, Helen (2013). Interfacing with older LGBT citizens. Psychology of Women Section Review, 15(2) pp. 73–74.

Owton, Helen (2013). Ecotherapy: Healing with nature in mind. European Journal of Psychotherapy & Counselling, 15(3) pp. 300–302.

Owton, Helen (2013). Love. Sociological Imagination.

Sheehy, Kieron (2013). Eugenics. Oxford University Press, New York..

Sheehy, Kieron (2013). Educational psychology and the development of inclusive education. In: Holliman, Andrew ed. Routledge International Companion to Educational Psychology. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 235–245.

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.

Walker, Natalie and Heaney, Caroline (2013). Relaxation techniques in sport injury rehabilitation. In: Arvinen-Barrow, Monna and Walker, Natalie eds. The Psychology of Sport Injury and Rehabilitation. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 86–102.

Walker, Natalie and Heaney, Caroline (2013). Psychological responses to injury: a review and critique of exisitng models. In: Arvinen-Barrow, Monna and Walker, Natalie eds. The Psychology of Sport Injury and Rehabilitation. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 23–39.

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.

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

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

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.

Curran, Sheila and Golding, Tyrrell (2012). Moving from the periphery to the centre: promoting conversation and developing communities of practice in online environments’. In: Renewing the tradition: sustaining and sustainable communities through informal education, 9-11 Jul 2012, Brathay Hall, Cumbria.

Golding, Tyrrell; Harrison, Roger and Harrison, Stephen (2012). Real lives, imagined futures: stories of participation and progression through the Open University professional qualification in youth work. In: Developing Internships and Work Based Learning Opportunities for Mature Students: Creating Opportunities and Raising Aspirations, 31 Oct 2012, Milton Keynes, UK.

Howells, Karen and Grogan, Sarah (2012). Body image and the female swimmer: muscularity but in moderation. Qualitative Research in Sport, Exercise and Health, 4(1) pp. 98–116.

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.

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.

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 Sep 2012, University of Central Lancashire, Preston.

Kucirkova, Natalia (2012). Our Story - Eine App zur Herstellung von Bilderund Geschichtenbüchern [Our Story - an app for creating digital picture books]. In: Brinkmann, Erika and Valtin, Renate eds. Lesen- und Schreibenlernen mit digitalen Medien [Reading and writing learning with digital media]. Berlin: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Lesen und Schreiben, pp. 92–101.

Kucirkova, Natalia; Messer, David and Sheehy, Kieron (2012). Deti ako autori vlastnych kniziek na ipadoch: Hl'Adanie strednej cesty(Children as authors of their own iPad books: searching for a balance. In: Miňová, Monika ed. Predprimárne vzdelávanie v súčasnosti. Presove, Slovakia: Presovska univerzita v Presove, Pedagogic fakulta. Slovensky vybor Svetovej organizacie pre predskolsku vychovu, pp. 285–298.

Langdown, Ben L.; Li, Francois-Xavier and Bridge, Matt (2012). Movement variability in the golf swing. Sports Biomechanics, 11(2) pp. 273–287.

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.

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.

Montgomery, Heather (2012). ¿Qué es un niño? La visón desde la antropología. In: Walzer, Alejandra ed. Qué es un niño hoy: Reflexiones sobre el cambio. Salamanca: Comunicación Social, pp. 43–70.

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.

Owton, Helen (2012). Narrative art of sporting women with asthma. In: BPS Psychology of Women Section Annual Conference, 11-13 Jul 2012, Windsor. UK.

Owton, Helen (2012). Streams of bereavement. Qualitative Inquiry, 18(5) pp. 438–441.

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Barclay, Caroline; West, Sophie; Shoaib, Qasim; Morrissey, Dylan and Langdown, Ben (2011). Injuries patterns among professional golfers: an international survey. In: British Journal of Sports Medicine, BMJ Publishing Group Limited, 45(2), article no. e1.

Browne, Naima; Paige-Smith, Alice and Cooper, Victoria (2011). Supporting children’s personal, social and emotional development. In: Drury, Rose and Paige-Smith, Alice eds. Book 1: Extending reflective practice: Leadership, learning and environments. Milton Keynes: The Open University, pp. 135–220.

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.

Cornock, Marc and Montgomery, Heather (2011). Children’s rights in and out of the womb. The International Journal of Children's Rights, 9(1) pp. 3–19.

Edmond, Nadia; Little, Brenda and Reeve, Fiona (2011). Work-based higher education and skill utilisation. In: Critical Perspectives on Professional Learning, 13 Jun 2011, University of Leeds.

Edmond, Nadia and Reeve, Fiona (2011). Work-based higher education and skill utilisation, examining the interaction between the academy and the workplace. In: 7th International Conference on Researching Work and Learning (RWL 7), 4-7 Dec 2011, Shanghai, China.

Joseph, I and Gunter, Anthony (2011). What’s a Gang and What’s Race Got to Do With It? Runnymede Trust, https://www.runnymedetrust.org/uploads/publications/pdfs/GangsRevisited(online)-2011.pdf.

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

Montgomery, Heather (2011). What is a child? What is childhood? In: Liebel, Manfred and Lutz, Ronald eds. Sozialarbeit des Südens: Kindheiten und Kinderrechte, Volume 3. Oldenberg: Paulo Freire Verlag.

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

Owton, H. (2011). Problematising the mode of inquiry. In: 26th PsyPAG Annual Conference, 6-8 Jul 2011, University of Bangor.

Owton, H. (2011). Interviewing 'Granny': balancing the researcher self and the family self. In: BPS Psychology of Women Section Annual Conference, 13-15 Jul 2011, Windsor. UK.

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 Jul 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.

Tatlow-Golden, Mimi (2011). Who I Am: Exploring the nature and meaning of children’s active and social selves. Scholarship Briefing Notes, No.13. Department of Children and Youth Affairs, Dublin, Ireland.

Whalley, Mary; Cooper, Victoria; Callan, Sue and Drury, Rose (2011). Extending practice: promoting participation and evaluating professional roles. In: Drury, Rose and Paige-Smith, Alice eds. Extending practice: promoting participation and evaluating professional roles. Milton Keynes: The Open University, 0-5.

Wright, J. A.; Sheehy, K.; Parsons, S. and Abbott, C. (2011). Guidelines for research into the effectiveness of Assistive Technologies (AT). Kings College London/De Montford University Leicester.

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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.

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

Ferguson, Rebecca and Sheehy, Kieron (2010). Breaking down the barriers. In: Sheehy, Kieron; Ferguson, Rebecca and Clough, Gill eds. Virtual Worlds: Controversies at the Frontier of Education. Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World. Hauppauge, N.Y: Nova Science Publishers.

Ferguson, Rebecca; Sheehy, Kieron and Clough, Gill (2010). Introduction: challenging education in virtual worlds. In: Sheehy, Kieron; Ferguson, Rebecca and Clough, Gill eds. Virtual Worlds: Controversies at the Frontier of Education. Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World. Hauppauge, N.Y: Nova Science Publishers.

Hall, Kathy and Sheehy, Kieron (2010). Assessment and Learning: Summative Approaches. In: Arthur, James and Cremin, Teresa eds. Learning to Teach in the Primary School, 2nd edition. London: Routledge/Taylor and Francis, pp. 245–256.

Herring, Paul; Sheehy, Kieron; Jones, Roger and Kear, Karen (2010). Designing a virtual teacher for non-verbal children with autism: Pedagogical affordances and the influence of teacher voice. In: 4th International Wireless Ready Symposium, Digital Asia: Language\Technology & Community, JALT, 19 Feb 2010, Nagoya, Japan.

Holliman, Andrew J.; Wood, Clare and Sheehy, Kieron (2010). Does speech rhythm sensitivity predict children's reading ability 1 year later? Journal of Educational Psychology, 102(2) pp. 356–366.

Holliman, Andrew J.; Wood, Clare and Sheehy, Kieron (2010). The contribution of sensitivity to speech rhythm and non-speech rhythm to early reading development. Educational Psychology, 30(3) pp. 247–267.

Long, Martyn; Wood, Clare; Littleton, Karen; Passenger, Terri and Sheehy, Kieron (2010). The Psychology of Education: The Evidence Base for Teaching and Learning (2nd ed.). London: Routledge.

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.

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). 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). 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). 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.

Oates, John; Appleton, Jane; Ponsford, Ruth; Kynan, Sally and Huntington, Corinne (2010). Milton Keynes Family-Nurse Partnership: Wave 2A 'Collaborative Working with Children's Centres'; a service evaluation. The Open University and Oxford Brookes University, Milton Keynes.

Owton, H.; Bond, K. and Day, M. (2010). The 'Coolness' of Sport Psychology. In: British Association of Sport and Exercise Sciences Student Conference, 2010, Aberystwyth University.

Owton, Helen (2010). Granny’s story: Trauma, dance, (smoking & drinking) and chronic illness. In: 6th Meeting of the Transnational Working Group for the Study of Gender and Sport, 26-27 Nov 2010, University of Bath.

Rix, Jonathan and Sheehy, Kieron (2010). A collective model of difference. In: Rix, Jonathan; Nind, Melanie; Sheehy, Kieron; Simmons, Katy and Walsh, Christopher eds. Equality, Participation and Inclusion 1: Diverse Perspectives (2nd Edition). Abingdon, UK and New York, USA: Routledge, Taylor & Francis, pp. 306–319.

Sheehy, Kieron (2010). Stigmatising and removing defective children from society: the influence of eugenic thinking. In: Brockliss, Laurence and Montgomery, Heather eds. Childhood and Violence in the Western Tradition. Childhood in Archaeology. Oxford, U.K.: Oxbow Books.

Sheehy, Kieron (2010). Virtual environments: issues and opportunities for researching inclusive educational practices. In: Peachey, Anna; Gillen, Julia; Livingstone, Daniel and Smith-Robbins, Sarah eds. Researching Learning in Virtual Worlds. Human-Computer Interaction Series. London: Springer, pp. 1–15.

Sheehy, Kieron (2010). Inclusive education and virtual worlds: the Teacher Embodiment And LEarning Affordance Framework (TEALEAF). In: Sheehy, Kieron; Ferguson, Rebecca and Clough, Gill eds. Virtual Worlds: Controversies at the Frontier of Education. Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World. Hauppauge, N.Y: Nova Science Publishers.

Sheehy, Kieron and Littleton, Tamara (2010). The business of child protection in educational virtual worlds. In: Sheehy, Kieron; Ferguson, Rebecca and Clough, Gill eds. Virtual Worlds: Controversies at the Frontier of Education. Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World. Hauppauge, N.Y: Nova Science Publishers.

Sheehy, Kieron and Seamans, Dan (2010). Virtual worlds: the states of play. In: Sheehy, Kieron; Ferguson, Rebecca and Clough, Gill eds. Virtual Worlds: Controversies at the Frontier of Education. Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World. Hauppauge, N.Y: Nova Science Publishers.

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Heaney, Caroline; Oakley, Ben and Rea, Simon eds. (2009). Exploring Sport and Fitness: Work-based Practice. Abingdon: Routledge/The Open University.

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 Sep 2009, Nottingham Trent University.

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.

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.

Edmonds, Nadia; Fuller, Alison; Hillier, Yvonne; Ingram, Robert; Little, Brenda; Reeve, Fiona and Webb, Sue (2009). Really useful qualifications and learning? Exploring the policy effects of new sub-bachelors degree qualifications. In: 39th Annual Conference of the Standing Conference on university teaching and research in the education of adults (SCUTREA), 7-9 Jul 2009, Cambridge, UK.

Heaney, Caroline (2009). Creating a motivational climate. In: Heaney, Caroline; Oakley, Ben and Rea, Simon eds. Exploring Sport and Fitness: Work-based Practice. Routledge/ The Open University.

Heaney, Caroline (2009). Ethical and professional issues in sport and exercise. In: Heaney, Caroline; Oakley, Ben and Rea, Simon eds. Exploring Sport and Fitness: Work-based Practice. Routledge/The Open University, pp. 121–130.

Heaney, Caroline (2009). Active listening and effective questioning in sport and fitness. In: Heaney, Caroline; Oakley, Ben and Rea, Simon eds. Exploring Sport and Fitness: Work-based Practice. Routledge/The Open University, pp. 113–120.

Herring, Paul; Sheehy, Kieron and Jones, Roger (2009). Investigating a 'virtual tutor' approach for improving the communication skills of children with autism. In: ALT-C 2009 "In Dreams Begins Responsibility": Choice, Evidence and Change, 8-10 Sep 2009, Manchester, UK, Association for learning technology.

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

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.

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, 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 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.

Oakley, Ben (2009). What makes successful sessions? In: Heaney, Caroline; Oakley, Ben and Rea, Simon eds. Exploring Sport and Fitness: Work-based practice. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 243–255.

Reeve, Fiona; Gallacher, Jim and Ingram, Robert (2009). Drawing on 'work-related learning': a comparative study of higher nationals in Scotland and foundation degrees in England. In: Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning 5th International Conference, 24-26 Jun 2009, University of Stirling.

Sheehy, Kieron and Duffy, Hester (2009). Attitudes to Makaton in the ages on integration and inclusion. International Journal of Special Education, 24(2) pp. 91–102.

Sheehy, Kieron and Holliman, Andrew J. (2009). Teaching children with severe learning difficulties: routes to word recognition using logographic symbols. In: Wood, Clare and Connelly, Vincent eds. Contemporary Perspectives on Reading and Spelling. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 280–304.

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

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.

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.

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.

Wright, Trevor; Trudel, Pierre; Culver, Diane and Oakley, Ben (2009). Learning how to coach: the different learning situations reported by coaches. In: Heaney, Caroline; Oakley, Ben and Rea, Simon eds. Exploring Sport and Fitness: Work-based practice. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 219–229.

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.

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

Oakley, Ben and Rhys, Martin eds. (2008). The Sport and Fitness Sector: an Introduction. Abingdon: Open University/Routledge.

Conole, Grainne; Scanlon, Eileen; Kerawalla, Lucinda; Mulholland, Paul; Anastopoulou, 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 Jun - 4 Jul 2008, Vienna.

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.

Gunter, Anthony (2008). Growing up bad: Black youth, ‘road’ culture and badness in an East London neighbourhood. Crime, Media, Culture: An International Journal, 4(3) pp. 349–366.

Heaney, Caroline (2008). Athlete preferences in the title and gender of sport psychology professionals: A preliminary investigation. In: 2008 Division of Sport & Exercise Psychology Inaugural Conference, 11-12 Dec 2008, London.

Holliman, Andrew; Wood, Clare and Sheehy, Kieron (2008). Sensitivity to speech rhythm explains individual differences in reading ability independently of phonological awareness. British Journal of Developmental Psychology, 26(3) pp. 357–367.

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.

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

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

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 Oct 2008, The Open Universtiy, Milton Keynes.

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, 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.

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 Publishers, pp. 159–176.

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.

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.

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.

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

Oates, John ed. (2007). Kötődési kapcsolatok. Early Childhood in Focus, 1. Milton Keynes, UK: The Open University.

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.

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

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). 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.

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

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

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.

Heaney, Caroline (2006). Physiotherapists' perceptions of sport psychology intervention in professional soccer. International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology, 4(1) pp. 67–80.

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

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, 26-30 Jun 2006, Norway.

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, 26-30 Jun 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). Changing perspectives on early childhood: theory, research and policy. International Journal of Equity and Innovation in Early Childhood, 4(2) pp. 1–43.

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

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

Oakley, Ben and Hencken, Clare (2005). Oral examination assessment practices: effectiveness and change within a first year undergraduate cohort. Journal of Hospitality, Leisure, Sport and Tourism Education, 4(1) pp. 3–14.

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.

Reeve, Fiona and Gallacher, Jim (2005). Employer – university ‘partnerships’: a key problem for work-based learning programmes? Journal of Education and Work, 18(2) pp. 219–233.

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 Jun 2005, Milton Keynes, UK.

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

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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.

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 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.

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.

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.

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

Gunter, Anthony (2003). The Trouble with Black (Male) Youth. Criminal Justice Matters, 54(1) pp. 22–23.

Harrison, Roger; Clarke, J; Edwards, R and Reeve, Fiona (2003). Power and resistance in further education: the discursive work of negotiating identities. In: Kydd, Lesley; Anderson, Lesley and Newton, Wendy eds. Leading people and teams in education. London: Sage Publications.

Harrison, Roger; Clarke, Julia; Reeve, Fiona and Edwards, Richard (2003). Doing Identity Work: fuzzy boundaries and flexibility in further education. Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 8(1) pp. 93–106.

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

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.

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

Clarke, J.; Harrison, R.; Reeve, F. and Edwards, R. (2002). Assembling spaces: the question of ‘place’ in further education. Discourse, 23(3) pp. 285–297.

Clarke, Julia; Harrison, Roger; Reeve, Fiona and Edwards, Richard (2002). Why don’t you give the money back? Questions of accounting and accountability in three accounts of educational research. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 15(5) pp. 555–568.

Edwards, Richard; Clarke, Julia; Harrison, Roger and Reeve, Fiona (2002). Is there madness in the method? Representations of Research in Lifelong Learning. Adult Education Quarterly, 52(2) pp. 128–139.

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

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.

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.

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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)

Edwards, Richard; Clarke, Julia; Harrison, Roger and Reeve, Fiona (2001). Flexibility at work: a study of further education. Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 53(3) pp. 373–390.

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.

Oakley, Ben and Green, Michael (2001). The production of Olympic champions: international perspectives on elite sport development systems. European Journal for Sports Management pp. 83–105.

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.

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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.

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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.

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