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2014

Buckingham, David; Bragg, Sara and Kehily, Mary eds. (2014). Youth Cultures in the Age of Global Media. Studies in Childhood and Youth. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan (forthcoming).

Bragg, Sara and Buckingham, David (2014). Elusive 'youth'. In: Buckingham, David; Bragg, Sara and Kehily, Mary eds. Youth Cultures in the Age of Global Media. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, (In press).

2013

Bragg, Sara and Buckingham, David (2013). Global concerns, local negotiations and moral selves: contemporary parenting and the ‘sexualisation of childhood’ debate. Feminist Media Studies, 13(4) pp. 643–659. file

2012

Bragg, Sara; Buckingham, David; Russell, Rachel and Willett, Rebekah (2012). Children, ‘sexualization’ and consumer culture. In: Sparrman, Anna; Sandin, Bengt and Sjöberg, Johanna eds. Situating Child Consumption: Rethinking values and notions of children, childhood and consumption. Lund, Sweden: Nordic Academic Press, pp. 213–230. file

Bragg, Sara (2012). What I heard about sexualisation†: or, conversations with my inner Barbie. Gender and Education, 24(3) pp. 311–316. file

Bragg, Sara and Manchester, Helen (2012). Pedagogies of student voice. Revista de Educación, 359 pp. 143–163. file

2011

Bragg, Sara and Manchester, Helen (2011). Doing it differently: youth leadership and the arts in a creative learning programme. UNESCO Observatory: Journal of Multi-Disciplinary Research in the Arts, 2(2) file

Bragg, Sara; Allington, Daniel; Simmons, Katy and Jones, Ken (2011). Core values, education and research: a response to Mark Pike. Oxford Review of Education, 37(4) pp. 561–565. file

Bragg, Sara; Buckingham, David; Russell, Rachel and Willett, Rebekah (2011). Too much, too soon? Children, ‘sexualisation’ and consumer culture. Sex Education, 11(3) pp. 279–292. file

Bragg, Sara (2011). “Now it's up to us to interpret it”: ‘youth voice’ and visual methods. In: Thomson, Pat and Sefton-Green, Julian eds. Researching Creative Learning: Methods and Issues. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 88–103. file

Bragg, Sara (2011). Assessing learning from practical media production at an introductory level: the role of writing. Media Literacies: A Critical Introduction (2012). file

Bragg, Sara (2011). Tales of the classroom: on making media in school. Media Education Research Journal, 1(2) file

Bragg, Sara and Manchester, Helen (2011). Creativity, School Ethos and the Creative Partnerships programme. Creative Partnerships, London. file

Attwood, Feona; Barker, Meg; Bragg, Sara; Egan, Danielle; Evans, Adrienne; Harvey, Laura; Hawkes, Gail; Heckert, Jamie; Holford, Naomi; Macvarish, Jan; Martin, Amber; McKee, Alan; Mowlabocus, Sharif; Paasonen, Susanna; Renold, Emma; Ringrose, Jessica; Valentine, Ludi; Frances Watson, Anne and van Zoonen, Liesbet (2011). Engaging with the Bailey Review: blogging, academia and authenticity. Psychology and Sexuality, 3(1) pp. 69–94. file

2010

Buckingham, David; Willett, Rebekah; Bragg, Sara and Russell, Rachel (2010). Sexualised goods aimed at children: a report to the Scottish Parliament Equal Opportunities Committee. Scottish Parliament Equal Opportunities Committee, Edinburgh, UK. file

Bragg, Sara (2010). Consulting Young People: a literature review. CCE, London. file

2009

Bragg, Sara; Manchester, Helen and Faulkner, Dorothy (2009). Youth Voice in the work of Creative Partnerships. Creativity, Culture and Education, London. file

Bragg, Sara and Buckingham, David (2009). Too much too young? Young people, sexual media and learning. In: Attwood, Feona ed. Mainstreaming Sex: The Sexualization of Western Culture. London: I. B. Tauris, pp. 129–146. file

2008

Bragg, Sara and Buckingham, David (2008). 'Scrapbooks' as a resource in media research with young people. In: Thomson, Pat ed. Doing Visual Research with Children and Young People. UK: Routledge, pp. 114–131. file

2007

Bragg, Sara (2007). “It's not about systems, it's about relationships”: building a listening culture in a primary school. In: Thiessen, D and Cook-Sather, A eds. The International Handbook of Student Experience of Elementary and Secondary School. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 659–680. file

Bragg, Sara (2007). “Student Voice” and governmentality: the production of enterprising subjects? Discourse: Studies in the cultural politics of education, 28(3) pp. 343–358. file

Bragg, Sara (2007). 'But I listen to children anyway!'—teacher perspectives on pupil voice. Educational Action Research, 15(4) pp. 505–518. file

Bragg, Sara (2007). What Kevin knows: students' challenges to critical pedagogical thinking. In: Nowak, Anita; Abel, Sue and Ross, Karen eds. Rethinking Media Education: Critical Pedagogy and Identity Politics. The Hampton Press Communication Series: Women, Culture and Mass Communication. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, pp. 57–75. file

2006

Bragg, Sara (2006). Young women, the media and sex education. Feminist Media Studies, 6(4) pp. 546–551.

Bragg, Sara (2006). 'Having a real debate': using media as a resource in sex education. Sex Education, 6(4) pp. 317–331. file

Bragg, Sara (2006). 'Like Shakespeare it's a Good Thing': Cultural Value in the Classroom'. Media International Australia Special Issue on Media Literacy: Value, Identity, Authority, 120 pp. 130–141.

Bragg, Sara and Buckingham, David (2006). 'I think I am too young to understand': young people, the media, gender, and sexuality. In: Charpentier, Isabelle ed. Comment sont reçues les œuvres. Paris, France: Creaphis.

2005

Buckingham, David and Bragg, Sara (2005). Opting in to (and out of) childhood: young people, sex and the media. In: Qvortrup, Jens ed. Studies in Modern Childhood: Society, Agency, Culture. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 59–77.

Bragg, Sara and Fielding, Michael (2005). "It's an equal thing... it's about achieving together": student voice and the possibility of radical collegiality'. In: Street, Hilary and Temperley, Julie eds. Improving Schools Through Collaborative Enquiry. London: Continuum, pp. 105–134.

Bragg, Sara and Buckingham, David (2005). A new approach to sex education in schools. ChildRight, 219 pp. 8–10.

Buckingham, D and Bragg, Sara (2005). 'Opting in to (and out of) childhood: young people, sex and the media'. In: Qvortrup, J. ed. Studies in Modern Childhood: Society, Agency, Culture. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 59–77.

2004

Buckingham, David and Bragg, Sara (2004). Young People, Sex and the Media: the facts of life? Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Bragg, Sara and Buckingham, David (2004). Embarrassment, education and erotics: the sexual politics of family viewing. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 7(4) pp. 441–459. file

2003

Fielding, Michael and Bragg, Sara (2003). Students as Researchers: Making a difference. Consulting Pupils about Teaching and Learning. Cambridge, UK: Pearson Publishing.

2002

Bragg, Sara (2002). Wrestling in Woolly Gloves: Not Just Being Critically Media Literate. Journal of Popular Film and Television, 30(1) pp. 41–52.

2001

Bragg, Sara (2001). Just what the doctors ordered? - Media regulation, education and the "problem" of media violence. In: Barker, Martin and Petley, Julian eds. Ill Effects: the media violence debate. Communication and Society. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 87–110.

Bragg, Sara (2001). Perverse and improper pedagogies: the case of Freddy's fingers and Russell's head. The Velvet Light Trap: A Critical Journal of Film and Television, 48 pp. 68–80.

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