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Ribbens McCarthy, Jane; Guo, Yu; Phoenix, Ann; Xu, Xiaoli and Knight, Abigail (2017). The Institutionalisation of ‘TongNian’ and ‘childhood’ in China and Britain: Exploring Cautious Comparisons. Children and Society, 31(1) pp. 1–12. file


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. restricted access item, not available for direct download

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

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