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Mannay, Dawn, Evans, Rhiannon, Staples, Eleanor, Hallett, Sophie, Roberts, Louise, Rees, Alyson and Andrews, Darren 2017. The consequences of being labelled ‘looked-after’: Exploring the educational experiences of looked-after children and young people in Wales. British Educational Research Journal 43 (4) , pp. 683-699. 10.1002/berj.3283
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Mannay, Dawn, Staples, Eleanor and Edwards, Victoria 2017. Visual methodologies, sand and psychoanalysis: employing creative participatory techniques to explore the educational experiences of mature students and children in care. Visual Studies
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Grant, Aimee, Mannay, Dawn, Morgan, Melanie, Gallagher, Dunla and Marzella, Ruby 2017. Qualitative interviews as a collaborative space: lessons from visual research methods to encourage a more participatory approach. Presented at: British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2017, University of Manchester, UK, 4-7 April 2017.
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Grant, Aimee, Mannay, Dawn and Marzella, Ruby 2017. 'People try and police your behaviour': the impact of surveillance on mothers' and grandmothers' perceptions and experiences of infant feeding. Families, Relationships and Societies 10.1332/204674317X14888886530223
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Mannay, Dawn 2017. Revisiting Shirley Jackson's 'The Haunting of Hill House'. Presented at: BookTalk Event, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK, 8 February 2017.
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Mannay, Dawn 2017. I, Daniel Blake - Katie's story: motherhood and marginalisation. Presented at: Screening - I, Daniel Blake, Birt Acres Lecture Theatre, Cardiff University, 30 March 2017.
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Mannay, Dawn, Grant, Aimee, Morgan, Melanie, Gallagher, Dunla and Marzella, Ruby 2017. Transitions in pregnancy and new motherhood: changing nappies and changing subjectivities. Presented at: British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2017, Manchester University, UK, 4-6 April 2017.
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Mannay, Dawn 2017. Researching marginalised femininities: why is it important to listen to men’s voices? Presented at: British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2017, Manchester University. UK, 4-6 April 2017.
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Mannay, Dawn 2017. Back through the Looking Glass: a review of the Fourth International Visual Research Methods Conference. Visual Methodologies 5 (1) , pp. 9-13.
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Mannay, Dawn 2017. Participatory visual and digital research in action, by Aline Gubrium et al [Book Review]. Qualitative Research 10.1177/1468794116685141
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Grant, Aimee, Mannay, Dawn and Morgan, Melanie 2017. Reducing researcher dominance in qualitative interviewing: the intersection of the novel and the mundane. Presented at: Third Annual Qualitative Research Symposium, University of Bath, Bath, UK, 1 February 2017.
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Mannay, Dawn 2017. Public Peer Review: What happens when you ask young people to become the critics? Presented at: Third Annual Southwest Qualitative Research Symposium, University of Bath, Bath, UK, 1 February 2017.
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Mannay, Dawn 2017. Métodos visuales, narrativos y creativos en investigación cualitativa. Madrid: Narcea, S.A. de Ediciones.

Mannay, Dawn 2016. The politics of visibility, voice and anonymity: ethically disseminating visual research findings without the pictures. In: Warr, D., Guillemin, M., Cox, S. and Waycott, J. eds. Ethics and Visual Research Methods: Theory, Methodology and Practice, London: Palgrave Macmillan,

Mannay, Dawn 2016. Within reach: creative ways to engage and work with communities. Presented at: Flying Start Conference – Now We Are 10!, City Hall, Cardiff, UK, 12 September 2016.
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Mannay, Dawn 2016. Conclusion. In: Mannay, Dawn ed. Our Changing Land: Revisiting Gender, Class and Identity in Contemporary Wales, Gender Studies in Wales, Cardiff: University of Wales Press,
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Mannay, Dawn 2016. Who should do the dishes now? Revisiting gender and housework in contemporary urban South Wales. In: Mannay, Dawn ed. Our Changing Land: Revisiting Gender, Class and Identity in Contemporary Wales, Gender Studies in Wales, Cardiff: University of Wales Press,
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Mannay, Dawn 2016. Introduction. In: Mannay, Dawn ed. Our Changing Land: Revisiting Gender, Class and Identity in Contemporary Wales, Gender Studies in Wales, Cardiff: University of Wales Press,
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Grant, Aimee, Mannay, Dawn and Marzella, Ruby 2016. Surveillance and stigma during pregnancy and early motherhood: the changing experiences of mothers and grandmothers. Presented at: British Sociological Society Annual Conference, Aston Conference Centre, Birmingham, UK, 6-8 April 2016.
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Mannay, Dawn, Staples, Eleanor, Hallett, Sophie, Roberts, Louise, Rees, Alyson, Evans, Rhiannon and Andrews, Darren 2016. Exploring the educational experiences and aspirations of Looked After Children and Young People (LACYP) in Wales. [Project Report]. CASCADE Research Briefing, vol. 7. Cardiff: Children's Social Care and Research and Development Centre (CASCADE).
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Mannay, Dawn and Hallett, Sophie 2016. Reflecting on the educational experiences and opinions, attainment, achievement and aspirations of looked after children in Wales. Presented at: Looked After Children In Education: National Strategic Group (NSG), Cardiff, UK, 9 March 2016.
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Mannay, Dawn 2016. Aspirations, inspirations and expectations: exploring the educational experiences and transitions of looked after young people and care leavers in Wales. Presented at: Inspire Me! Looked After Young People and Care Leavers transition and progression in post-16 Learning, Learning and Work Institute Conference, University of South Wales, 17 March 2016.
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Mannay, Dawn 2016. ‘A child’s perspective': understanding the educational experiences and opinions, attainment, achievement and aspirations of looked after children in Wales. Presented at: Good Practice Event: Supporting Looked after Children in the Central South Consortium and South-East Wales Region, Ty Dysgu Cefn Coed, Nantgarw, Wales, 29 February 2016.
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Mannay, Dawn 2016. Reflections on the Opera for the Unknown Woman. Presented at: Salon: Opera for the Unknown Woman, Millennium Centre, Cardiff, UK, 9 March 2016.
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Mannay, Dawn and Roberts, Louise 2016. What have we learnt from looked after children in Wales? Reflecting on their views about educational experiences and opinions, attainment, achievement and aspirations. Presented at: Workshop with Designated Teachers, Christchurch Centre, Newport, UK, 16 March 2016.
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Mannay, Dawn and Creaghan, Jordon 2016. Similarity and familiarity: reflections on indigenous ethnography with mothers, daughters and school teachers on the margins of contemporary Wales. In: Ward, Michael ed. Gender Identity and Research Relationships, Vol. 14. Studies in Qualitative Methods, Bingley: Emerald, pp. 85-103. (10.1108/S1042-319220160000014017)
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Mannay, Dawn, ed. 2016. Our changing land: revisiting gender, class and identity in contemporary Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.

Mannay, Dawn 2015. I’m just a normal child: looked after children and education. Presented at: Cardiff Urbanistas and Women Making a Difference - Social Action Lightning Talks, Cardiff Story Museum, Cardiff, UK, 8 December 2015.
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Mannay, Dawn 2015. Visual landscapes of in/visibility: exploring and challenging the representation and demonisation of marginalised mothers and daughters. Presented at: In/visibility and Difference: A Visual Methods Workshop, Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany, 4-5 December 2015.
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Mannay, Dawn 2015. Making the visual invisible: exploring creative forms of dissemination that respect anonymity but retain impact. Visual Methodologies 3 (2) , pp. 68-76. 10.7331/vm.v3i2.47

Mannay, Dawn, Staples, Eleanor, Hallett, Sophie, Roberts, Louise, Rees, Alyson, Evans, Rhiannon Emily and Andrews, Darren 2015. Understanding the educational experiences and opinions, attainment, achievement and aspirations of looked after children in Wales. [Project Report]. Social Research, vol. 62/201. Cardiff: Welsh Government. Available at: http://gov.wales/statistics-and-research/understan...
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Mannay, Dawn, Staples, Eleanor, Hallett, Sophie, Roberts, Louise, Rees, Alyson, Evans, Rhiannon Emily and Andrews, Darren 2015. Executive summary: Understanding the educational experiences and opinions, attainment, achievement and aspirations of looked after children in Wales. [Technical Report]. Cardiff: Welsh Government. Available at: http://gov.wales/docs/caecd/research/2015/151111-u...
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Mannay, Dawn and Morgan, David 2015. [Guest Editorial] Introduction: Employing visual methods in exploring family, community and personal relationships. Families, Relationships and Societies 4 (3) , pp. 481-482. 10.1332/204674315X14381836678634

Mannay, Dawn 2015. Visual, narrative and creative research methods: application, reflection and ethics. Abingdon: Routledge.

Mannay, Dawn 2015. Moving beyond the fractured future of ‘the technique’: arguments for slow science, serendipity and creativity in a neoliberal academic market. Presented at: Qualitative Research: Beyond the Fractured Future, Neuchâtel, Switzerland, 15-17 July 2015.
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Mannay, Dawn 2015. Myths, monsters and legends: negotiating an acceptable working class femininity in a marginalised and demonised Welsh locale. In: Cree, Vivienne E., Clapton, Gary and Smith, Mark eds. Revisiting Moral Panics, Moral Panics in Theory and Practice, Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 19-29.

Mannay, Dawn 2015. Visual methodologies for communication studies: Making the familiar strange and interesting again. Estudos em Comunicação 19 , pp. 61-78.
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Mannay, Dawn and Wilcock, Ceri 2015. What students want? Exploring the role of the institution in supporting successful learning journeys in online distance education. Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning 17 (1) , pp. 49-63. 10.5456/WPLL.17.1.49
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Mannay, Dawn and Edwards, Victoria 2015. Visual methods and the World Technique: the importance of the elicitation interview in understanding non-traditional students’ journeys through university. [SAGE Research Methods Datasets]. SAGE Publications. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781473938076

Mannay, Dawn 2015. Visual methods in social research (2nd Ed.), by Marcus Banks and David Zeitlyn [Book Review]. Visual Methodologies 3 (1) , vii-viii.
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Mannay, Dawn and Morgan, Melanie 2015. Reflections from the waiting field: engendering quality time in qualitative research. Presented at: Quality in Qualitative Research and Enduring Problematics, Bath, UK, 27 January 2015.
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Mannay, Dawn, Lomax, Helen and Fink, Janet 2015. Scissors, sand and the cutting room floor: Employing visual and creative methods ethically with marginalised communities. Presented at: British Sociological Association Annual Conference, Glasgow, UK, 15-17 April 2015.

Mannay, Dawn and Edwards, Victoria 2015. Sandboxes, psychoanalysis and participatory practice: Refiguring therapeutic techniques as ethical visual research methods. Presented at: British Sociological Association Annual Conference, Glasgow, UK, 15-17 April 2015.

Mannay, Dawn, Grant, Aimee and Marzella, Ruby 2015. Constructions of morality and parenthood: the place of everyday visual artefacts in exploring intergenerational infant-feeding practices with mothers and grandmothers. Presented at: Qualitative Research: Beyond the Fractured Future, Neuchâtel, Switzerland, 15-17 July 2015.

Mannay, Dawn and Edwards, Victoria 2015. Visual methodologies, sand and psychoanalysis: Exploring creative participatory techniques to engage with subjective experiences through ‘the world technique’. Presented at: 4th International Visual Methods Conference, Brighton, UK, 16-18 September 2015.

Mannay, Dawn, Ward, Michael R. M., Parken, Alison and Chaney, Paul 2015. Our changing land: Revisiting gender, class, identity, work, and public and private life in contemporary Wales. Presented at: The Wales Institute of Social & Economic Research, Data & Methods (WISERD) Annual Conference 2015, Cardiff, 30 June - 2 July 2015.

Mannay, Dawn 2015. Who should do the dishes now? Exploring gender and housework in contemporary urban south Wales. Presented at: The Wales Institute of Social & Economic Research, Data & Methods (WISERD) Annual Conference 2015, Cardiff, 30 June - 2 July 2015.
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Mannay, Dawn 2015. The world technique. Presented at: Families Identity and Gender Research Network and ESRC Wales Doctoral Training Centre Workshops - Constructing and Deconstructing Selfhood, Cardiff, 30 May, 20 June 2015.
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Betts, Sandra and Mannay, Dawn 2015. Understanding Welsh social lives: course materials supporting DD102 Introduction to the Social Sciences. [Teaching Resource]

Mannay, Dawn and Morgan, Melanie 2015. Doing ethnography or applying a qualitative technique?: Reflections from the 'waiting field'. Qualitative Research 15 (2) , pp. 166-182. 10.1177/1468794113517391
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Mannay, Dawn and Morgan, Melanie 2014. Doing ethnography or applying a qualitative technique?: Reflections from research with non-traditional, mature students in the ‘waiting field’. Presented at: Society for Research into Higher Education, Celtic Manor, Newport, Wales, 9 December 2014.
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Mannay, Dawn 2014. Achieving respectable motherhood? exploring the impossibility of feminist and egalitarian ideologies against the everyday realities of lived Welsh working-class femininities. Women's Studies International Forum 53 , pp. 159-166. 10.1016/j.wsif.2014.10.020
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Mannay, Dawn 2014. Mother and daughter ‘homebirds’ and possible selves: generational (dis)connections to locality and spatial identity in South Wales. In: Vanderbeck, Robert M. and Worth, Nancy eds. Intergenerational Space, Routledge Studies in Human Geography, London: Routledge, pp. 100-122.

Mannay, Dawn 2014. Who should do the dishes now? exploring gender and housework in contemporary urban South Wales. Contemporary Wales 27 (1) , pp. 21-39.
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Mannay, Dawn 2014. Story telling beyond the academy: exploring roles, responsibilities and regulations in the Open Access dissemination of research outputs and visual data. The Journal of Corporate Citizenship 54 , pp. 109-116. 10.9774/GLEAF.4700.2014.ju.00010
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Mannay, Dawn and Edwards, Victoria 2014. Sand, psychoanalysis and visual methodologies: Exploring creative techniques to engage with subjective experiences of marginalised students in Higher Education. Presented at: Visual Methodologies: A Postdiscipline of Inclusions?, Neuchatel, Switzerland, 19-21 June 2014.
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Mannay, Dawn and Wilcock, Ceri 2014. What students want? Exploring the role of the institution in supporting successful learning journeys. Presented at: #WPCONF2014: Widening Participation through Curriculum, Milton Keynes, UK, 30 April - 1 May 2014.
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Mannay, Dawn 2014. Emotion and the researcher: Communicating affect in academic spaces. Presented at: Emotion and the Researcher: Workshop 2, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, UK, 29 March 2014.
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Mannay, Dawn 2014. Visual Sociology. Douglas Harper, 2012, New York, Routledge, Pages 298, $45.95, ISBN 9780415778961 [Review]. Visual Methodologies 1 (2) , ix-xi.
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Mannay, Dawn 2014. And then there were none: Agatha Christie and class. Presented at: Cardiff Book Talk - And Then There Were None, Cardiff University, Wales, UK, 17 May 2014.
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Mannay, Dawn and Edwards, Victoria 2014. Coffee, milk and a sprinkling of sand: an initiative to assist non-traditional, mature students form supportive networks in Higher Education. Presented at: 2014 FACE Annual Conference, Salford University, Salford, UK, 2 - 4 July 2014.
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Mannay, Dawn 2014. Visual methodologies: participatory potential, practicalities, de-familiarisation and dissemination. SAGE Research Methods Cases, London: SAGE Publications, (10.4135/978144627305013496529)
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Mannay, Dawn and Morgan, Melanie 2014. Rethinking academic sisterhood: reflections on relationships between women in research practice and within the ivory tower. Presented at: Rethinking Sisterhood: The Affective Politics of Women’s Relationships FWSA Interim Conference, Bristol University, Bristol, UK, 13 September 2014.
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Marzella, Ruby, Mannay, Dawn and Grant, Aimee 2014. Mam knows best? Exploring intergenerational feeding practices and decision making with mothers and grandmothers in urban South Wales. Presented at: Welsh Public Health Conference 2014: A Prudent Approach to a Healthier, Happier, Fairer Wales, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, UK, 6th - 7 October 2014.
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Mannay, Dawn, Grant, Aimee and Marzella, Ruby 2014. Motherhood, morality and infant feeding. Presented at: MeSC - Medicine, Science and Culture Event, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, UK, 15 October 2014.
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Mannay, Dawn and Edwards, Victoria 2013. It’s written in the sand: Employing sandboxing to explore the experiences of non-traditional, mature students in higher education. Presented at: Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) Annual Research Conference 2013, Celtic Manor, Newport, Wales, UK, 11-13 December 2013.
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Mannay, Dawn 2013. Youth culture and private space, by Sian Lincoln [Review]. Qualitative Research 13 (6) , pp. 759-761. 10.1177/1468794113494332

Mannay, Dawn 2013. Myths, monsters and legends: negotiating an acceptable working class femininity in a marginalised and demonised Welsh locale. Presented at: Revisiting moral panics: a critical examination of 21st century social issues and anxieties - ESRC Seminar Series - Moral Panics and the State, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, UK, 22 November 2013.

Mannay, Dawn 2013. Women in academia: reflecting on the empirical and the personal. Presented at: Gendered Research Opportunities – (In)visibility, Cardiff, Wales., 2 October 2013.
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Mannay, Dawn 2013. Connecting pictured and written worlds: can we translate the visual into academic text without losing its creativity? Presented at: 3rd International Visual Methods Conference, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand, 2-6 September 2013.

Mannay, Dawn and Morgan, Melanie 2013. Anatomies of inequality: considering the emotional cost of aiming higher for marginalised, mature, mothers re-entering education. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education 19 (1) , pp. 57-75. 10.7227/JACE.19.1.5
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Mannay, Dawn 2013. 'Who put that on there … why why why?' Power games and participatory techniques of visual data production. Visual Studies 28 (2) , pp. 136-146. 10.1080/1472586X.2013.801635
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Mannay, Dawn 2013. Public images and private lives: Exploring the 'presentation of self' in visual research. Presented at: International Visual Sociology Association (IVSA) 2013 Annual Conference: The Public Image, Goldsmiths, London, UK, 8-10 July 2013.

Mannay, Dawn 2013. The permeating presence of past domestic and familial violence: So like I’d never let anyone hit me but I’ve hit them, and I shouldn’t have done. In: Gillies, Val, Hooper, Carol Ann and Ribbens McCarthy, Jane eds. Family Troubles? Exploring Changes and Challenges in the Family Lives of Children and Young People, Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 151-162.
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Mannay, Dawn 2013. Generation, education and identification: evoking the Kleinian chalice to explore the psychological cost of social mobility in urban south Wales. Presented at: British Psychological Society Annual Conference 2013, Harrogate International Centre, Harrogate, UK, 9-11 April 2013.

Mannay, Dawn 2013. Doing Family Photography: The Domestic, the Public and the Politics of Sentiment, by Gillian Rose [Review]. Qualitative Research 13 (2) , pp. 248-250. 10.1177/1468794112442875

Mannay, Dawn 2013. Review article. Qualitative Research 13 (2) , pp. 242-244. 10.1177/1468794112450831

Mannay, Dawn 2013. 'I like rough pubs': exploring places of safety and danger in violent and abusive relationships. Families, Relationships and Societies 2 (1) , pp. 131-137. 10.1332/204674313X664761

Mannay, Dawn 2013. 'If it's pink, scrape the pink off': Negotiating acceptable 'tomboy' femininity in the playground. Women in Society 5 (Spring)
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Mannay, Dawn 2013. Contemporary feminism: avant-garde or antiquated? British Journal of Sociology of Education 34 (2) , pp. 301-309. 10.1080/01425692.2012.761392

Mannay, Dawn 2013. 'She aint getting them, she needs like, big knickers': the policing of young sexualities and working-class femininities. Presented at: The Young Sexualities Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Conference, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, UK, 25 January 2013.

Mannay, Dawn 2013. 'Keeping close and spoiling' revisited: exploring the significance of 'home' for family relationships and educational trajectories in a marginalised estate in urban south Wales. Gender and Education 25 (1) , pp. 91-107. 10.1080/09540253.2012.736954

Mannay, Dawn and O'Connell, Claire 2013. Accessing the academy: developing strategies to engage and retain marginalised young people on successful educational pathways. Socialinė Teorija, Empirija, Politika ir Praktika - Social Theory, Empirics, Policy and Practice 7 , pp. 133-140.

Mannay, Dawn 2013. The SAGE Handbook of Visual Research Methods, edited by Eric Margolis and Luc Pauwels [Review]. Qualitative Research 13 (3) , pp. 371-374. 10.1177/1468794113475415

Mannay, Dawn 2012. Creating a community of learning: engendering opportunities for equality across the academic and student divide. Presented at: Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) Annual Research Conference 2012: What is Higher Education For? Shared and Contested Ambitions, Celtic Manor, Newport, Wales, UK, 12-14 December 2012.

Mannay, Dawn 2012. Creative, visual and poetic spaces of activism in the academy. Presented at: Beyond the Field: Opportunities and Challenges for Contemporary Social Science Research, Department of International Politics, Aberystwyth University, Aberystwyth, Wales, UK, 9-10 November 2012.

Mannay, Dawn and O'Connell, Clare 2012. Accessing the academy: developing strategies to engage and retain marginalised young people on successful educational pathways. Presented at: Scientific-Practical Conference - Do I know young people?, Department of Youth Affairs under the Ministry of Social Security and Labour and Vilnius University, Chambers of the Parliament of Lithuanian Republic, Vilnius, Lithuania, 26-27 September 2012. Vilnius: Vilnius University, pp. 133-140.
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Mannay, Dawn 2012. Addressing anatomies of educational inequality: considering need, intervention and service user consultation. Presented at: Equality 2020: Creating our Vision for Wales, Cardiff University and Welsh Government, Millennium Stadium, Cardiff , Wales, UK, 11 September 2012.

Mannay, Dawn 2012. Intergenerational exchange: transmission, negotiation, and contestation of values, beliefs and practices on the margins of contemporary Wales. Presented at: Exchange Interdisciplinary Postgraduate Conference, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, UK, 28-29 July 2012.

Mannay, Dawn 2012. 'Keeping close and spoiling' revisited: exploring the significance of 'home' for family relationships and educational trajectories in a marginalised estate in urban south Wales. Presented at: Intergenerational Geographies: Spaces, Identities, Relationships, Encounters, School of Geography, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK, 10-11 May 2012.

Mannay, Dawn 2012. Researching domestic abuse: roles, responsibilities and regrets. Presented at: Advocate, Challenge, Transform: Feminist Conference for International Women's Day, Cardiff Feminist Network, Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff, Wales, UK, 11 March 2012.

Mannay, Dawn 2012. If it's pink, scrape the pink off: negotiating acceptable 'tomboy' femininity in the playground. Presented at: Battle of the Sexes: a large group encounter, Newport University, Wales, UK, 3 March 2012.

Mannay, Dawn 2012. Mothers and daughters on the margins: gender, generation and education. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.

Mannay, Dawn 2012. Aimhigher? Considering the emotional cost of aiming higher for marginalised, mature mothers re-entering education. Presented at: 2011 FACE Annual Conference, Glasgow, UK, 21 June - 1 July 2011. Published in: Jones, P., Storan, J., Hudson, A. and Braham, J. eds. Lifelong Learning and Community Development - Proceedings of the Forum for Access and Continuing Education 2011 Annual Conference. London: Forum for Access and Continuing Education, pp. 11-28.

Mannay, Dawn 2012. A delegate’s perspective: review of the Second International Visual Research Methods Conference 13-15 September 2011. Visual Methodologies 1 (1) , i-vii.
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Mannay, Dawn 2011. Delegate’s report: Forum for Access and Continuing Education 2011 Annual Conference, Lifelong Learning and Community Development. FACE e-Bulletin (46)

Mannay, Dawn 2011. Taking refuge in the branches of a guava tree: the difficulty of retaining consenting and non-consenting participants’ confidentiality as an indigenous researcher. Qualitative Inquiry 17 (10) , pp. 962-964. 10.1177/1077800411425151
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Mannay, Dawn 2011. Visual Interventions: Applied Visual Anthropology, edited by Sarah Pink [Review]. Qualitative Research 11 (6) , pp. 766-768. 10.1177/1468794111421228

Mannay, Dawn 2010. Making the familiar strange: Can visual research methods render the familiar setting more perceptible? Qualitative Research 10 (1) , pp. 91-111. 10.1177/1468794109348684
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Mackay, Hugh and Mannay, Dawn 2010. Making and exploring Welsh social lives. [Audio Materials] supporting DD101 Introducing the social sciences. [Teaching Resource]

Mannay, Dawn 2009. An introduction to childhood studies (2nd ed.), edited by Mary Jane Kehily [Review]. Gender and Education 21 (5) , pp. 620-621. 10.1080/09540250903192432

Grant, Aimee, Mannay, Dawn, Alberti, Gabriella, Needs, Jackie and Dimond, Rebecca 2009. Postgraduate café papers 2008-9. [Working Paper]. School of Social Sciences Working Papers Series, vol. 122. Cardiff: Cardiff University.
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Shirani, Fiona, Yang, Peidong and Mannay, Dawn 2009. Postgraduate café papers 2009. [Working Paper]. School of Social Sciences Working Papers Series, vol. 126. Cardiff: Cardiff University.
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Shirani, Fiona Jane, Yang, Peidong and Mannay, Dawn 2009. Adhering to the conventional sequence: men’s accounts of first-time fatherhood. [Working Paper]. Working Paper Series: Postgraduate Café Papers, vol. 126. Cardiff: Cardiff School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University. Available at: http://www.cardiff.ac.uk/socsi/resources/wp126.pdf
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