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2014

Pells, Kirrily and Woodhead, Martin (2014). Changing Children's Lives: Risks and Opportunities. Oxford: Young Lives, Department for International Development, University of Oxford . file

James, Zoe and Woodhead, Martin (2014). Choosing and changing schools in India’s private and government sectors: Young Lives evidence from Andhra Pradesh. Oxford Review of Education, 40(1) (In press). file

2013

Brooker, Liz and Woodhead, Martin eds. (2013). The Right to Play. Early Childhood in Focus, 9. Milton Keynes: The Open University with the support of Bernard van Leer Foundation. file

Camfield, Laura; Crivello, Gina and Woodhead, Martin (2013). Young Lives Qualitative Fieldwork Guide: Round Two (2008). Young Lives, Oxford. file

Camfield, Laura; Crivello, Gina and Woodhead, Martin (2013). Young Lives Qualitative Fieldwork Guide: Round One (2007). Young Lives, Oxford. file

Woodhead, Martin and Streuli, Natalia (2013). Early education for all: is there a role for the private sector? In: Britto, Pia; Engle, Patrice and Super, Charles eds. Handbook of Early Childhood Development Research and Its Impact on Global Policy. New York, USA: Oxford University Press. file

Woodhead, Martin; Frost, Melanie and James, Zoe (2013). Does growth in private schooling contribute to Education for All? Evidence from a longitudinal, two cohort study in Andhra Pradesh, India. International Journal of Educational Development, 33(1) pp. 65–73. file

Woodhead, Martin; Dornan , Paul and Murray, Helen (2013). What inequality means for children: evidence from Young Lives. Young Lives, University of Oxford, Department of International Development. file

2012

Woodhead, Martin; Dornan, Paul and Murray, Helen (2012). What inequality means for children: evidence from young lives. Background paper for the Global Thematic Consultation “Addressing Inequalities” in the post-2015 Development Agenda. UNICEF & UN Women, New York. file

Orkin, Kate; Yadete, Workneh A. and Woodhead, Martin (2012). Delivering Quality Early Learning In Low-Resource Settings: Progress And Challenges In Ethiopia. Bernard van Leer Foundation, The Hague/ Netherlands. file

Woodhead, Martin and Brooker, Liz eds. (2012). Healthy Environments. Early Childhood in Focus, 8. Milton Keynes: The Open University. file

2011

Woodhead, Martin (2011). Pathways through early childhood education in Ethiopia, India and Peru: rights, equity and diversity. In: Boyden, Jo and Bourdillon, Michael eds. Childhood Poverty: Multidisciplinary Approaches. Palgrave Studies on Children and Development. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 241–260.

Streuli, Natalia; Vennam, Uma and Woodhead, Martin (2011). Increasing choice or inequality? Pathways through early education in Andhra Pradesh, India. Bernard van Leer Foundation. file

Sheehy, Kieron; Kumrai, Rajni and Woodhead, Martin (2011). Young people’s experiences of Personal Advisors and the Connexions service. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, 30(3) pp. 168–182.

Woodhead, Martin (2011). Promoting young children’s development: implications of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. In: Miller, Linda; Cable, Caroline and Drury, Rose eds. Extending Professional Practice in the Early Years. London: Sage.

2010

Brooker, Liz and Woodhead, Martin eds. (2010). Culture and Learning. Early Childhood in Focus, 6. Milton Keynes: The Open University. file

Camfield, Laura; Streuli, Natalia and Woodhead, Martin (2010). Children's wellbeing in developing countries: a conceptual and methodological review. European Journal of Development Research, 22(3) pp. 398–416.

Simmons, Katy; Laerke, Anna; Conway, Danny and Woodhead, Martin (2010). 'We are the ones we have been waiting for': the work of community mobilisers in Milton Keynes. In: Rix, Jonathan; Nind, Melanie; Sheehy, Kieron; Simmons, Katy; Parry, John and Kumrai, Rajni eds. Equality, participation and inclusion: diverse contexts, Volume 2. London: Routledge, pp. 53–67.

2009

Siraj-Blatchford, Iram and Woodhead, Martin eds. (2009). Effective Early Childhood Programmes. Early Childhood in Focus (4). Milton Keynes: Open University. file

Woodhead, Martin (2009). Child development and development of childhood. In: Qvortrup, Jens; Corsaro, William A. and Honig, Michael-Sebastian eds. The Palgrave Handbook of Childhood Studies. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Simmons, Katy and Woodhead, Martin (2009). A Summary Report on the Community Mobilisers Evaluation. Milton Keynes Council for Voluntary Services, Milton Keynes.

Camfield, Laura; Streuli, Natalia and Woodhead, Martin (2009). What's the use of 'well-being' in contexts of child poverty? Approaches to research, monitoring and children's participation. International Journal of Children's Rights, 17(1) pp. 65–109. file

Woodhead, Martin; Ames, Patricia; Vennam, Uma; Abebe, Workneh and Streuli, Natalia (2009). Equity and quality? Challenges for early childhood and primary education in Ethiopia, India and Peru. Bernard van Leer Foundation, The Hague, Netherlands. file

Vennam, Uma; Komanduri, Anuradha; Cooper, Elizabeth; Crivello, Gina and Woodhead, Martin (2009). Early Childhood Education Trajectories and Transitions: A study of the experiences and perspectives of parents and children in Andhra Pradesh, India. Young Lives Working Paper 52. Young Lives, University of Oxford, Department of International Development. file

Woodhead, Martin (2009). Pathways through early childhood education in Ethiopia, India and Peru: Rights, equity and diversity. Young Lives Working Paper 54. Young Lives, University of Oxford, Department of International Development. file

Camfield, Laura; Crivello, Gina and Woodhead, Martin (2009). Wellbeing research in developing countries: reviewing the role of qualitative methods. Social Indicators Research, 90(1) pp. 5–31.

Crivello, Gina; Camfield, Laura and Woodhead, Martin (2009). How can children tell us about their wellbeing? Exploring the potential of participatory research approaches within young lives. Social Indicators Research, 90(1) pp. 51–72.

Vogler, Pia; Morrow, Virginia and Woodhead, Martin (2009). Conceptualising and measuring children’s time use. Young Lives Technical Note 14. Young Lives, University of Oxford, Department of International Development. file

2008

Woodhead, Martin (2008). Childhood studies: past, present and future. In: Kehily, Mary Jane ed. An Introduction to Childhood Studies. Maidenhead, UK: Open University Press, pp. 17–34. file

Camfield, L.; Streuli, N. and Woodhead, M. (2008). Children's Well-being in Contexts of Poverty: Approaches to Research, Monitoring and Participation. Young Lives. file

Woodhead, Martin (2008). Promoting young children's development: implications of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. In: Miller, Linda and Cable, Carrie eds. Professionalism in the Early Years. Hodder Education.

Woodhead, Martin (2008). Respecting rights: implications for early childhood policies and practices. In: Mac Naughton, Glenda; Hughes, Patrick and Smith, Kylie eds. Young Children as Active Citizens: Principles, Policies and Pedagogies. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 15–30. file

Brooker, Liz and Woodhead, Martin eds. (2008). Developing Positive Identities: Diversity and Young Children. Early Childhood in Focus (3). Milton Keynes: Open University. file

Woodhead, Martin and Faulkner, Dorothy (2008). Subjects, objects or participants? Dilemmas of psychological research with children. In: Christiansen, Pia and James, Allison eds. Research With Children: Perspectives and Practices. London, UK: Falmer Press / Routledge, pp. 10–39. file

Vogler, Pia; Crivello, Gina and Woodhead, Martin (2008). Early childhood transitions research: A review of concepts, theory, and practice’ Working Paper 48. Bernard van Leer Foundation. file

2007

Woodhead, Martin and Moss, Peter eds. (2007). Early Childhood and Primary Education: Transitions in the Lives of Young Children. Early Childhood in Focus (2). Milton Keynes: Open University. file

Woodhead, Martin (2007). Developing policies on child labour: has research made a difference? In: Engwald, Kristina and Soderlind, Ingrid eds. Children's Work in Everyday Life. Stockholm: Institute for Futures Studies.

Woodhead, Martin (2007). Harmed by work or developing through work? Issues in the study of psychosocial impacts. In: Hungerland, Beatrice; Liebel, Manfred; Milne, Brian and Wihstutz, Anne eds. Working to be someone: Child focused research and practice with working children. UK: Jessica Kingsley, pp. 31–42.

Woodhead, Martin (2007). Le développement du jeune enfant : une affaire de droits. In: Vandenbroeck, Michel and Brougere, Gilles eds. Repenser l'Education des Jeunes Enfants. Bern: Peter Lang.

2006

Woodhead, Martin (2006). Early childhood development: a question of rights. In: Not Set ed. A Guide to General Comment 7: Implementing Child Rights in Early Childhood. The Hague: Bernard van Leer Foundation, pp. 145–150.

Woodhead, Martin (2006). Changing perspectives on early childhood: theory, research and policy. International Journal of Equity and Innovation in Early Childhood, 4(2) pp. 1–43. file

2005

Woodhead, Martin (2005). Combating child labour. In: Jenks, Chris ed. Childhood: Critical Concepts. Critical Concepts in Sociology, 2. London: Routledge.

Woodhead, Martin (2005). Children and development. In: Oates, John; Wood, Clare and Grayson, Andrew eds. Psychological Development and Early Childhood. Blackwell/Open University, pp. 9–46.

Woodhead, Martin; Rhodes, Sinead and Oates, John (2005). Disturbed and disturbing development. In: Ding, Sharon and Littleton, K eds. Children's Personal and Social Development. Oxford/Milton Keynes: Blackwell/Open University, pp. 53–92.

Woodhead, Martin (2005). Early childhood development: a question of rights. International Journal of Early Childhood, 37(3) pp. 79–98. file

2004

Woodhead, Martin (2004). Psychosocial impacts of child work: a framework for research, monitoring and intervention. The International Journal of Children's Rights, 12(4) pp. 321–377. file

Woodhead, Martin (2004). When psychology informs public policy: the case of early childhood intervention. In: Zigler, Edward and Styfco, Sally J eds. The Head Start Debates. Baltimore: Brookes Publishing.

2003

Montgomery, Heather; Burr, Rachel and Woodhead, Martin eds. (2003). Changing childhoods: global and local. John Wiley.

Woodhead, Martin; Burr, Rachel and Montgomery, Heather (2003). Adversities and resilience. In: Montgomery, Heather; Burr, Rachel and Woodhead, Martin eds. Changing Childhoods: Local and Global. Chichester: Wiley/Open University.

Maybin, Janet and Woodhead, Martin eds. (2003). Childhoods in Context. Chichester, UK: Wiley.

Woodhead, Martin and Maybin, Janet (2003). Socializing children. In: Woodhead, Martin and Maybin, Janet eds. Childhoods in Context. Chichester: Wiley.

Kirby, Perpetua and Woodhead, Martin (2003). Children's participation in society. In: Montgomery, Heather; Burr, Rachel and Woodhead, Martin eds. Changing Childhoods: Local and Global. Chichester: Wiley/Open University.

Woodhead, Martin; Montgomery, Heather and Burr, Rachel (2003). Adversities and resilience. In: Montgomery, Heather; Burr, Rachel and Woodhead, Martin eds. Changing Childhoods: local and global. Childhood (4). Chichester: John Wiley, pp. 1–34.

Miller, Linda; Soler, Janet and Woodhead, Martin (2003). Shaping early childhood education. In: Woodhead, Martin and Maybin, Janet eds. Childhoods in Context. Chichester: Wiley/Open University.

Maybin, Janet and Woodhead, Martin (2003). Socialising children. In: Maybin, Janet and Woodhead, Martin eds. Childhoods in Context. Chichester: John Wiley, pp. 1–38.

2002

Woodhead, Martin and Montgomery, Heather (2002). Understanding childhood: an interdisciplinary approach. Wiley.

Woodhead, Martin (2002). Work, play and learning in the lives of young children. In: Drury, Rose; Miller, Linda and Campbell, Robin eds. Exploring Early Years Education and Care. London: David Fulton.

Woodhead, Martin (2002). The child in development. In: Montgomery, Heather and Woodhead, Martin eds. Understanding Childhood: an Interdisciplinary Approach. Wiley.

2001

Woodhead, Martin (2001). The value of work and school: a study of working children's perspectives. In: Lieten, Kristoffel and White, Ben eds. Child Labour: Policy Options. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Aksant Academic Publishers, pp. 103–116. file

1999

Woodhead, Martin (1999). Is there a place for work in child development? Implications of child development theory and research for interpretation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, with particular reference to Article 32, on children, work and exploitation. Rädda Barnen. file

Woodhead, Martin (1999). Towards a global paradigm for research in early childhood education. European Early Childhood Education Research Journal, 7(1) pp. 5–22. file

Woodhead, Martin (1999). Reconstructing developmental psychology: some first steps. Children & Society, 13(1) pp. 3–19. file

1998

Woodhead, Martin (1998). Children's Perspectives on their Working Lives: a participatory study in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, The Philippines, Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua. Radda Barnen, Stockholm, Sweden. file

Woodhead, Martin (1998). The Children’s Perspectives Protocol: A participatory approach to studying child work issues. Radda Barnen, Stockholm. file

1996

Woodhead, Martin (1996). In search of the rainbow: pathways to quality in large scale programmes for young disadvantaged children. Early Childhood Development: Practice and Reflections (7). The Hague: Bernard van Leer Foundation. file

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