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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.

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, pp. 273–287.

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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.

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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.

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.

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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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.

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

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.

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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.

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.

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

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

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

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

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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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