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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; 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.

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.

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Robb, Martin (2019). Wanted men? Gendered discourses in work with children and young people. In: Robb, Martin; Montgomery, Heather and Thomson, Rachel eds. Critical Practice with Children and Young People, 2nd edition. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 219–237.

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Ruxton, Sandy; Robb, Martin; Featherstone, Brigid and Ward, Michael (2018). Beyond Male Role Models: Gender Identities and Work with Young Men in the UK. In: Kulkarni, Mangesh and Jain, Rimjhim eds. Global Masculinities: Interrogations and Reconstructions. India: Routledge.

Robb, Martin and Ruxton, Sandy (2018). Young men and gender identity. In: Montgomery, Heather and Robb, Martin eds. Children and young people’s worlds. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 141–156.

Robb, Martin; Featherstone, Brid; Ruxton, Sandy and Ward, Michael R.M. (2018). Family relationships and troubled masculinities: the experience of young men in contact with care and welfare services. In: O'Dell, Lindsay; Brownlow, Charlotte and Bertilsdotter-Rosqvist, Hanna eds. Different Childhoods: Non/Normative Development and Transgressive Trajectories. Abingdon, Oxfordshire: Routledge, pp. 72–84.

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Robb, Martin (2014). Disseminating research: shaping the conversation. 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. London: SAGE Publication Ltd., pp. 237–249.

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Robb, Martin (2010). Men wanted? Gender and the children's workforce. In: Robb, Martin and Thomson, Rachel eds. Critical Practice with Children and Young People. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 185–199.

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Robb, Martin (2007). Gender. In: Kehily, Mary ed. Understanding Youth: perspectives, identities and practices. London: Sage, pp. 109–145.

Robb, Martin (2007). Wellbeing. In: Kehily, Mary ed. Understanding Youth: perspectives, identities and practices. London: Sage, pp. 181–213.

Robb, Martin (2007). Relating. In: Kehily, Mary ed. Understanding Youth: perspectives, identities and practices. London: Sage, pp. 313–344.

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Robb, Martin (2004). Exploring fatherhood: masculinity and intersubjectivity in the research process. Journal of Social Work Practice, 18(3) pp. 395–406.

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Robb, Martin (2003). Men talking about fatherhood: discourse and identities. In: Barrett, Sheila; Komaromy, Carol; Robb, Martin and Rogers, Anita eds. Communication, Relationships and Care: A Reader. London, UK: Routledge, pp. 121–130.

Barrett, Sheila; Komaromy, Carol; Robb, Martin and Rogers, Anita eds. (2003). Communication, relationships and care: A Reader. London: Routledge.

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Robb, M. (2000). Men working in childcare. In: Foley, Pam; Roche, Jeremy and Tucker, Stan eds. Children in Society: Contemporary Theory, Policy and Practice. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave/The Open University, pp. 230–238.

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