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Phoenix, Ann and Rattansi, Ali (2005). Proliferating theories: self and identity in post-Eriksonian context: A Rejoinder to Berzonsky, Kroger, Levine, Phinney, Schachter, and Weigert and Gecas. Identity, 5(2) pp. 205–225.


Phoenix, Ann (2004). Neoliberalism and masculinity: racialization and the contradictions of schooling for 11-to 14-year-olds. Youth and Society, 36(2) pp. 227–246.

Phoenix, Ann (2004). Using informal pedagogy to oppress themselves and each other: Critical pedagogy, schooling and 11–14 year old London boys. Nordisk Pedagogik(1) pp. 19–38.

Phoenix, Ann (2004). Extolling eclecticism: language, psychoanalysis and demographic analyses in the study of 'race' and racism. In: Bulmer, Martin and Solomos, John eds. Researching race and racism. New York: Routledge, p. 37.


Phoenix, Ann; Frosh, Stephen and Pattman, Rob (2003). Producing contradictory masculine subject positions: Narratives of threat, homophobia and bullying in 11-14 year old boys. Journal of Social Issues, 59(1) pp. 179–195.


Seymour-Smith, Sarah; Wetherell, Margaret and Phoenix, Ann (2002). 'My wife ordered me to come!': A discursive analysis of doctors' and nurses' accounts of men's use of general practitioners. Journal of Health Psychology, 7(3) pp. 253–267. file

Frosh, Stephen and Phoenix, Ann (2002). Young masculinities: understanding boys in contemporary society. UK: Palgrave.

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