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'Feel what I feel': making da(r)ta with teen girls for creative activisms on how sexual violence matters.
Journal of Gender Studies
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Huuki, Tuija and Renold, Emma
Crush: mapping historical, material and affective force relations in young children's hetero-sexual playground play.
Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education
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Renold, Emma and Ringrose, Jessica
Selfies, relfies and phallic tagging: posthuman part-icipations in teen digital sexuality assemblages.
Education, Philosophy and Theory
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|Adam, Barbara Elisabeth, Groves, Christopher Robert, Davis, Juliet, Oliver, Seth, Latchem, Julie, Stokes, Elen, Bennett, Jan and Renold, Emma 2014. Promise through the lens of time. Presented at: Futures in Question, Goldsmiths, University of London, 11-12 September 2014.|
|Renold, Emma and Ivinson, Gabrielle 2014. Horse-girl assemblages: towards a post-human cartography of girls' desire in an ex-mining valleys community. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 35 (3) , pp. 361-376. 10.1080/01596306.2014.888841|
|Ringrose, J. and Renold, Emma 2014. "F**k Rape!": Exploring affective intensities in a feminist research assemblage. Qualitative Inquiry 20 (6) , pp. 772-780. 10.1177/1077800414530261|
|Ivinson, Gabrielle Mary and Renold, Emma 2013. Valleys' girls: re-theorising bodies and agency in a semi-rural post-industrial locale. Gender and Education 25 (6) , pp. 704-721. 10.1080/09540253.2013.827372|
|Renold, Emma and Ringrose, Jessica 2012. Phallic girls?: girls’ negotiations of phallogocentric power. In: Landreau, John C. and Rodriguez, Nelson M. eds. Queer Masculinities: a Critical Reader in Education, Explorations of Educational Purpose, vol. 21. Dordrecht: Springer Netherlands, pp. 47-67. (10.1007/978-94-007-2552-2_4)|
|Renold, Emma and Ringrose, Jessica 2011. Schizoid subjectivities? Re-theorizing teen girls' sexual cultures in an era of 'sexualization'. Journal of Sociology 47 (4) , pp. 389-409. 10.1177/1440783311420792|
|Renold, Emma, Holland, Sally, Ross, N. J. and Hillman, A. 2011. 'Becoming participant': problematising 'informed consent' in participatory research with young people in care. In: Atkinson, Paul Anthony and Delamont, Katherine Sara eds. SAGE Qualitative Research Methods, Vol. 4. London: Sage, pp. 55-74.|
|Ross, N., Renold, Emma, Holland, Sally and Hillman, A. 2011. Meaningful meanderings: using mobile methods to research young people’s everyday lives. In: Heath, Sue and Walker, Charlie eds. Innovations in youth research, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 37-57.|
|Ross, Nicola Jane, Renold, Emma, Holland, Sally and Hillman, Alexandra 2011. Moving stories: using mobile methods to explore the everyday lives of young people in public care. In: Coffey, Amanda Jane and Hall, Thomas Adrian eds. Researching Young People, Vol. 1. Fundamentals of Applied Research, London: Sage, pp. 123-140.|
|Ringrose, Jessica and Renold, Emma 2010. Boys, girls and normative violence in schools: a gendered critique of bully discourses. In: Barter, Christine and Berridge, David eds. Children Behaving Badly?: Peer Violence Between Children and Young People, Chichester: John Wiley and Sons Ltd, pp. 181-198. (10.1002/9780470976586.ch13)|
|Holland, Sally, Renold, Emma, Ross, Nichola and Hillman, Alexandra 2010. Power, agency and participatory agendas: A critical exploration of young people's engagement in participative qualitative research. Childhood 17 (3) , pp. 360-375. 10.1177/0907568210369310|
|Ringrose, Jessica and Renold, Emma 2010. Normative cruelties and gender deviants: the performative effects of bully discourses for girls and boys in school. British Educational Research Journal 36 (4) , pp. 573-596. 10.1080/01411920903018117|
|Ross, Nicola Jane, Renold, Emma, Holland, Sally and Hillman, Alexandra 2009. Moving stories: using mobile methods to explore the everyday lives of young people in public care. Qualitative Research 9 (5) , pp. 605-623. 10.1177/1468794109343629|
|Ivinson, Gabrielle Mary and Renold, Emma 2009. Whose 'gender agenda'?: a feminist response to the DfCSF’s appropriation of gender in their achievement agenda. Presented at: Gender and Education Conference, London, UK, 12 - 14 May 2009.|
|Renold, Emma 2009. Tomboys and 'female masculinity': (dis)embodying hegemonic masculinity, queering gender identities and relations. In: Martino, Wayne, Kehler, Michael D. and Weaver-Hightower, Marcus B. eds. The Problem With Boys' Education: Beyond the Backlash, New York: Routledge, pp. 224-241.|
|Renold, Emma, Holland, Sally, Ross, Nicola and Hillman, Alexandra 2008. 'Becoming participant': problematizing 'informed consent' in participatory research with young people in care. Qualitative Social Work 7 (4) , pp. 427-447. 10.1177/1473325008097139|
|Renold, Emma and Ringrose, Jessica 2008. Regulation and rupture: Mapping tween and teenage girls' resistance to the heterosexual matrix. Feminist Theory 9 (3) , pp. 313-338. 10.1177/1464700108095854|
|Wiles, Rose, Prosser, Jon, Bagnoli, Anna, Clark, Andrew, Davies, Katherine, Holland, Sally and Renold, Emma 2008. Visual ethics: ethical issues in visual research. [Working Paper]. NCRM Working Paper, National Centre for Research Methods,. Available at: http://eprints.ncrm.ac.uk/421/1/MethodsReviewPaper...|
|Renold, Emma and Ringrose, J. 2008. Mapping ‘resistances’ to regulative heteronormativity: methodological challenges in researching young marginalised femininities. Presented at: Symposia: Problematising the methodological terrain: The limits and possibilities of posts The limits and possibilities of post structural ethnographic research on young non/normative sexualities in educational settings, British Educuation RA, Edinburgh, UK, 3 - 8 September 2008.|
|Renold, Emma and Ringrose, J. 2008. Critical openings: Girls rupturing the heterosexual matrix and heteronormative femininity in UK schools. Presented at: International Conference in Critical Psychology, Cultural Studies and Social Theory, Cardiff, UK, 27- 29 June 2008. Published in: Renold, Emma and Ringrose, Jessica eds.|
|Renold, Emma and Ross, Nicola 2008. "Look at my eyes, they’re lush”: representing mediated identities in longitudinal participatory research with children and young people in public care. Advancing the use of visual methods in researching children’s cultures. Presented at: Advancing the Use of Visual Methods in Research on Children’s Cultures Seminar, Cardiff University, UK, 16 April 2008.|
|Holland, Sally, Renold, Emma, Ross, Nicola and Hillman, Alexandra 2008. Rights, ‘right on’ or the right thing to do? A critical exploration of young people's engagement in participative social work research. [Working Paper]. Working Paper – Qualiti/WPS/006, ERSC National Centre for Reseacrh Methods. Available at: http://eprints.ncrm.ac.uk/460/1/0708%2520critical%...|
|Ringrose, J. and Renold, Emma 2008. Regulation and resistance?: Exploring postfeminist discourses of girlhood and girls’ negotiations of heteronormative femininity. Presented at: Symposia - Rethinking Resistance and Agency: What Comes After Girl Power? American Education Research Association, New York, USA, 22 - 28 March 2008.|
|Renold, Emma and Ringrose, J. 2008. Regulation and rupture: Mapping tween and teenage girls' resistance to the heterosexual matrix. Presented at: London Sexuality Forum, London, UK, 26th February 2008.|
|Holland, Sally, Renold, Emma, Ross, Nicola J. and Hillman, Alexandra 2008. The everyday lives of children in care: using a sociological perspective to inform social work practice. In: Luckock, Barry and Lefevre, Michelle eds. Direct work: social work with children and young people in care, London: British Association for Adoption & Fostering, pp. 77-94.|
|Ross, Nicola, Holland, Sally, Renold, Emma and Hillman, Alexandra 2008. The multi-sensory experiences of mobile research encounters. Presented at: NCRM Research Methods Festival 2008, St Catherine's College, Oxford, 30 June - 3 July 2008.|
|Renold, Emma 2008. Queering masculinity: Re-theorising contemporary tomboyism in the schizoid space of innocent/heterosexualized young femininities. Girlhood Studies 1 (2) , pp. 129-151. 10.3167/ghs.2008.010208|
|Renold, Emma 2007. Tomboys. In: Mitchell, Claudia A. and Reid-Walsh, Jacqueline eds. Girl Culture: An Encyclopedia, Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group,|
|Renold, Emma 2006. "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. British Journal of Sociology of Education 27 (4) , pp. 489-509. 10.1080/01425690600803111|
|Coffey, Amanda Jane, Renold, Emma, Dicks, Bella, Soyinka, Bambo Luci and Mason, Bruce Lionel 2006. Hypermedia ethnography in educational settings. Ethnography and Education 1 (1) , pp. 15-30. 10.1080/17457820500512721|
|Renold, Emma 2005. Girls, boys and junior sexualities: exploring children's gender and sexual relations in the primary school. London: RoutledgeFalmer.|
|Barter, Christine, Renold, Emma, Cawson, Patricia and Berridge, David 2004. Peer violence in children's residential care. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.|
|Williams, Matthew Leighton, Mason, Bruce and Renold, Emma 2004. Using computers in qualitative research: a review of software packages. Building Research Capacity 7 , pp. 4-7.|
|PILL, R., WOOD, F.C., Renold, Emma, Robling, Michael, EDWARDS, A. and WILKINSON, C. 2003. Welsh women's comments about breast problems and the care given: a qualitative study in the community. European Journal of Cancer Care 12 (3) , pp. 240-248. 10.1046/j.1365-2354.2003.00407.x|
|Pill, Roisin, Wood, Fiona Claire, Renold, Emma, Robling, Michael Richard, Edwards, Adrian G. and Wilkinson, Clare Elizabeth 2003. Welsh women’s comments about breast problems and the care given: a qualitative study in the community. European Journal of Cancer Care 12 (3) , pp. 240-248.|
|Renold, Emma 2003. 'If You Don't Kiss Me, You're Dumped': Boys, boyfriends and heterosexualised masculinities in the primary school. Educational Review 55 (2) , pp. 179-194. 10.1080/0013191032000072218|
|Renold, Emma 2002. Presumed Innocence: (Hetero)Sexual, Homophobic and Heterosexist Harassment amongst Primary School Girls and Boys. Childhood 9 (4) , pp. 415-434. 10.1177/0907568202009004004|
|Gorard, Stephen, Crozier, Ray and Renold, Emma 2002. What can we learn from educational research? The implications of work from the Cardiff University School of Social Sciences: the 5* educational research centre with a wider social science perspective. [Working Paper]. School of Social Sciences Working Papers Series, vol. 28. Cardiff: Cardiff University.|
|Renold, Emma 2000. 'Coming out': Gender, (hetero)sexuality and the primary school. Gender and Education 12 (3) , pp. 309-326. 10.1080/713668299|