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Herman, Clem and Kirkup, Gill (2017). Combining feminist pedagogy and transactional distance to create gender-sensitive technology-enhanced learning. Gender and Education, 29(6) pp. 781–795. file


Kirkup, Gill and Whitelegg, Elizabeth (2013). The legacy and impact of Open University women's/gender studies: 30 years on. Gender and Education, 25(1) pp. 6–22.


Barker, Meg and Duschinsky, Robbie (2012). Sexualisation’s four faces: sexualisation and gender stereotyping in the Bailey Review. Gender and Education, 24(3) pp. 303–310. file

Bragg, Sara (2012). What I heard about sexualisation†: or, conversations with my inner Barbie. Gender and Education, 24(3) pp. 311–316. 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. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Hadfield, L.; Rudoe, N. and Sanderson-mann, J. (2007). Motherhood, choice and the British media: a time to reflect. Gender and Education, 19(2) pp. 255–263.

Priola, Vincenza (2007). Being female doing gender. Narratives of women in education management. Gender and Education, 19(1) pp. 21–40.


Edwards, Rosalind; Mauthner, Melanie and Hadfield, Lucy (2005). Children’s sibling relationships and gendered practices: talk, activity and dealing with change. Gender and Education, 17(5) pp. 499–513.

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

Redman, Peter (2005). Who cares about the psycho-social?: masculinities, schooling and the unconscious. Gender and Education, 17(5) pp. 531–538.


Lucey, Helen; Melody, June and Walkerdine, Valerie (2003). Uneasy hybrids: psychosocial aspects of becoming educationally successful for working class young women. Gender and Education, 15(3) pp. 285–299.


Thomson, Rachel and Holland, Janet (2002). Imagined adulthood: resources, plans and contradictions. Gender and Education, 14(4) pp. 337–350.


Whitelegg, Liz (2001). Women succeeding in the sciences: theories and practices across the Disciplines. Gender and Education, 13(3) pp. 339–340.

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