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Sharing Images, Spoiling Meanings?

Class, Gender, and Ethics in Visual Research with Girls

Janet Fink and Helen Lomax

Visual Research with Children and Young People . London : Routledge . Tilley , Elizabeth , and Kate Woodthorpe . 2011 . “ Is it the End of Anonymity as We Know it? A Critical Examination of the Ethical Principle of Anonymity in the Context of 21st

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Jacqueline Yeldon and Robert Pitter

. Kevin Young , 223 – 235 . Boston : Elsevier . Stafford , Anne , Kate Alexander , and Deborah Fry . 2013 . “ Playing Through Pain: Children and Young People’s Experiences of Physical Aggression and Violence in Sport .” Child Abuse Review

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Books Are Boring! Books Are Fun!

Boys’ Polarized Perspectives on Reading

Laura Scholes

Research on Gender and Education .” Review of Educational Research 73 ( 4 ): 471 – 498 . 10.3102/00346543073004471 Wilkinson , Richard , and Kate Pickett . 2009 . The Spirit Level: Why Equality Is Better for Everyone. London : Penguin Books

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The Schoolboy Sports Story

A Phenomenon and a Period Distinctive in the Cultural History of America

R.W. (Bob) Reising

, published over thirty years ago, but rather, for example, Kate Buford’s encyclopedic volume of 2010, Native American Son . Anderson’s book, however, merits praise, and nothing less. It is a rich and enriching work that illuminates a phenomenon and a period

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Michael J. Richardson

://fyff.blogs.lincoln.ac.uk/ References Burrell , Kathy. , Peter. Hopkins , Arshad. Isakjee , Colin. Lorne , Caroline. Nagel , Robin. Finlay , Anoop. Nayak , Matt. C. Benwell , Raksha. Pande , Michael. J. Richardson , Kate. Botterill , and Ben. Rogaly

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Robert Morrell

by Cathy Campbell who explained the willingness of miners to engage in unprotected sex because they perceived the work of underground mining to pose a greater danger. Kate Wood and Rachel Jewkes examined youth masculinities in the Eastern Cape to

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“Let Us Be Giants”

Masculinity Nostalgia and Military Edutainment in South Asian War Comics

Tehmina Pirzada

of the Prophet. Kate Brittlebank (2019) contends that Sultan's adoption of the epithet “Haider” not only bolstered his masculine presentation but also situated him as the ruler of both Muslims and non-Muslims. Aftab's comic, by associating the name

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Social Isolation and Disrupted Privacy

Impacts of COVID-19 on Adolescent Girls in Humanitarian Contexts

Sarah Baird, Sarah Alheiwidi, Rebecca Dutton, Khadija Mitu, Erin Oakley, Tassew Woldehanna, and Nicola Jones

important to develop a package of support that is responsive to age, gender, and intersectionality. Acknowledgements We thank Mindset, IPA, and Laterite for overseeing data collection, and Kate Pincock for research assistance. The GAGE program is

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“Why Do We Ask Them About Their Gender, If We Then Go on to Do Nothing with It?”

Constructions of Masculinity in Youth Justice in England and Wales

Eric Baumgartner

: while it highlights what David Farrington and Kate Painter have identified as “some gender differences” in risk factors for males and females ( 2004: 1 ), it underlines explicitly that boys are at a much higher risk of offending than girls. Implicitly

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Emily Anderson

, Modern, and Globalized Childhood . New York : Palgrave Macmillan . 10.1057/9780230601666 boyd , danah , and Kate Crawford . 2012 .” Critical Questions for Big Data: Provocations for a Cultural, Technological, and Scholarly Phenomenon