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Holliman, Richard; Davies, Gareth; Ford, Diane; Russell, Mark; Steed, Anthony; Brown, Helen; Pearson, Victoria; Collins, Trevor; Stutchbury, Kris; Squires, Andrew; Scanlon, Eileen; Whitelegg, Liz; Ansine, Janice; Braithwaite, N St.J; Swithenby, Stephen; Dommett, Ellie; Sumner, Janet; Lee, Clare; Kendall, Joe; Green, Penny; Sharp, Damien; Bullivant, Mike; Devine, Peter and Hawthorne, Val (2018). Engaging Opportunities: Connecting young people with contemporary research and researchers. The Open University and the Denbigh Teaching School Alliance, Milton Keynes.

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Herman, Clem; Hodgson, Barbara; Kirkup, Gill and Whitelegg, Elizabeth (2011). Innovatory educational models for women returners in science, engineering and technology professions. In: Jackson, Sue; Malcolm, Irene and Thomas, Kate eds. Gendered Choices: Learning Work Identities in Lifelong Learning. Lifelong Learning Book Series (15). London, U.K. and New York, NY, U.S.: Springer, pp. 53–68.

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Carr, Jennifer; Whitelegg, Liz; Holliman, Richard; Scanlon, Eileen and Hodgson, Barbara (2009). Investigating gendered representations of scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians on UK children’s television. In: Holliman, Richard; Whitelegg, Liz; Scanlon, Eileen; Smidt, Sam and Thomas, Jeff eds. Investigating science communication in the information age: Implications for public engagement and popular media. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, pp. 237–252.

Whitelegg, L.; Carr, J.; Holliman, R.; Hodgson, B. and Scanlon, E. (2009). Exploring gendered stereotypes on science television with children and young people: towards a classroom application. In: European Science Education Research Association (ESERA), 31 Aug - 4 Sep 2009, Istanbul.

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Whitelegg, Liz; Holliman, Richard; Allgaier, Joachim; Hodgson, Barbara and Scanlon, Eileen (2007). Invisible witnesses? How scientists, technologists, engineers and mathematicians are represented on UK television. In: Paper presented at the British Educational Research Association (BERA) Conference, 6-9 Sep, University of Warwick, UK.

Whitelegg, Elizabeth; Murphy, Patricia and Hart, Christina (2007). Girls in physics: dilemmas and tensions. In: Pintó, Roser and Couso, Digna eds. Contributions from Science Education Research. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 27–32.

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Donovan, Claire; Hodgson, Barbara; Scanlon, Eileen and Whitelegg, Elizabeth (2005). Women in higher education: issues and challenges for part time scientists. Women's Studies International Forum, 28(2-3) pp. 247–258.

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Whitelegg, Liz (2004). Retention of young female post-doc physics researchers in the UK. In: American Physical Society Conference, 22-26 Mar 2004, Montreal, Canada.

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Hodgson, B.; Whitelegg, L. and Scanlon, E. (2003). Women in Science in higher Education - participation, progress and equity? In: Proceedings of the 11th International Gender and Science and Technology Conference (GASAT) Conference, 6-11 Jul 2003, Mauritius.

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Whitelegg, Elizabeth; Hodgson, Barbara; Scanlon, Eileen and Donovan, Claire (2002). Young Women's Perceptions and Experiences of Becoming a Research Physicist. In: Proceedings of 12th International Conference of Women Engineers and Scientists, 27-31 Jul 2002, Ottawa, Canada.

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Whitelegg, Elizabeth and Edwards, Chris (2001). Beyond the laboratory: learning physics in real-life contexts. In: Behrendt, Helga; Dahncke, Helmut; Duit, Reinders; Graber, Wolfgang; Komorek, Michael; Kross, Angela and Reiska, Priit eds. Research in science education: past, present and future. Dordrect, Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp. 337–342.

Whitelegg, Liz (2001). Girls in science education: of rice and fruit trees. In: Lederman, Muriel and Bartsch, Ingrid eds. The gender and science reader. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 373–381.

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