Professor Emma Renold
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The use of vignettes in qualitative research
C Barter, E Renold
Social research update 25 (9), 1-6, 1999
Girls, boys, and junior sexualities: Exploring children's gender and sexual relations in the primary school
E Renold
Psychology Press, 2005
'I wanna tell you a story': exploring the application of vignettes in qualitative research with children and young people
C Barter, E Renold
International journal of social research methodology 3 (4), 307-323, 2000
Schizoid subjectivities? Re-theorizing teen girls’ sexual cultures in an era of ‘sexualization’
E Renold, J Ringrose
Journal of sociology 47 (4), 389-409, 2011
‘Other’boys: negotiating non‐hegemonic masculinities in the primary school
E Renold*
Gender and education 16 (2), 247-265, 2004
'Coming out': Gender,(hetero) sexuality and the primary school
E Renold
Gender and education 12 (3), 309-326, 2000
Power, agency and participatory agendas: A critical exploration of young people’s engagement in participative qualitative research
S Holland, E Renold, NJ Ross, A Hillman
Childhood 17 (3), 360-375, 2010
Visual ethics: Ethical issues in visual research
R Wiles, J Prosser, A Bagnoli, A Clark, K Davies, S Holland, E Renold
n/a, 2008
Learning the'hard'way: Boys, hegemonic masculinity and the negotiation of learner identities in the primary school
E Renold
British journal of Sociology of Education 22 (3), 369-385, 2001
Normative cruelties and gender deviants: The performative effects of bully discourses for girls and boys in school
J Ringrose, E Renold
British educational research journal 36 (4), 573-596, 2010
Slut-shaming, girl power and ‘sexualisation’: Thinking through the politics of the international SlutWalks with teen girls
J Ringrose, E Renold
Gender and Education 24 (3), 333-343, 2012
Regulation and rupture: Mapping tween and teenage girls' resistance to the heterosexual matrix
E Renold, J Ringrose
Feminist theory 9 (3), 313-338, 2008
Presumed Innocence: (Hetero) Sexual, Heterosexist and Homophobic Harassment among Primary School Girls and Boys
E Renold
Childhood 9 (4), 415-434, 2002
‘They won’t let us play… unless you’re going out with one of them’: Girls, boys and Butler’s ‘heterosexual matrix’in the primary years
E Renold
British Journal of Sociology of education 27 (4), 489-509, 2006
“F** k rape!” Exploring affective intensities in a feminist research assemblage
J Ringrose, E Renold
Qualitative Inquiry 20 (6), 772-780, 2014
‘All They've Got on Their Brains is Football.’Sport, Masculinity and the Gendered Practices of Playground Relations
E Renold
Sport, Education and Society 2 (1), 5-23, 1997
Bright and beautiful: High achieving girls, ambivalent femininities, and the feminization of success in the primary school
E Renold, A Allan
Discourse: studies in the cultural politics of education 27 (4), 457-473, 2006
Moving stories: Using mobile methods to explore the everyday lives of young people in public care
NJ Ross, E Renold, S Holland, A Hillman
Qualitative Research 9 (5), 605-623, 2009
Becoming Participant' ProblematizingInformed Consent'in Participatory Research with Young People in Care
E Renold, S Holland, NJ Ross, A Hillman
Qualitative Social Work 7 (4), 427-447, 2008
Peer violence in children's residential care
C Barter, E Renold, D Berridge, P Cawson
Springer, 2004
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