Items where SHU Author is "Barley, Ruth"
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BARLEY, Ruth (2016). Language, identity and peer interactions at a linguistically diverse school. In: THEOBALD, Maryanne, (ed.) Friendship and Peer Culture in Multilingual Settings. Sociological Studies of Children and Youth (21). Emerald, 89-111.
BARLEY, Ruth and MERCHANT, Guy (2016). ‘The naughty person’: exploring dynamic aspects of identity and children’s discourses before and during the Libyan Uprising. Childhood, 23 (4), 477-491.
ASOBAYIRE, Alice and BARLEY, Ruth (2015). Women's cultural perceptions and attitudes towards breast cancer : Northern Ghana. Health Promotion International, 30 (3), 647-657.
BARLEY, Ruth (2014). Identity and social interaction in a multi-ethnic classroom. Tufnell Press.
BARLEY, Ruth and BATH, Caroline (2014). The importance of familiarisation when doing research with young children. Ethnography and Education, 9 (2), 182-195.
BARLEY, Ruth (2013). An anthropological exploration of identity and social interaction in a multi-ethnic classroom. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.
SALWAY, Sarah, BARLEY, Ruth, ALLMARK, Peter, GERRISH, Kate, HIGGINBOTTOM, Gina and ELLISON, George (2012). Can the quality of social research on ethnicity be improved through the introduction of guidance? Findings from a research commissioning pilot exercise. International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 15 (5), 385-401.
PANTIRU, Simona, JOLLEY, Sarah and BARLEY, Ruth (2012). Strengths and limitations of a learner-centred approach to teaching research methods. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 1 (3).
SALWAY, Sarah, BARLEY, Ruth, ALLMARK, Peter, GERRISH, Kate, HIGGINBOTTOM, Gina and ELLISON, George (2011). Ethnic diversity and inequality:ethical and scientific rigour in social research. York, Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
SALWAY, Sarah, BARLEY, Ruth, ALLMARK, Peter, GERRISH, Kate, HIGGINBOTTOM, Gina, JOHNSON, Mark and ELLISON, George (2011). Enhancing the quality of published research on ethnicity and health: is journal guidance feasible and useful? Diversity in Health and Care, 8 (3), 155-165.
BARLEY, Ruth (2011). Why familiarise? Social Research Update (62), 1-4.
ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah, PIERCY, Hilary, BARLEY, Ruth, FAULKNER, Mark, FORMBY, Eleanor, GRIMSLEY, Mike, HYDE, Martin, KARLSEN, Saffron and MCCLIMENS, Alex (2010). Life and Health: An evidence review and synthesis for the Equality and Human Rights Commission's triennial review. Technical Report. Sheffield, Equality and Human Rights Commission.
ALLMARK, Peter, SALWAY, Sarah, CRISP, Richard and BARLEY, Ruth (2010). Ethnic minority customers of the Pensions, Disability and Carers Service: an evidence review. Other. London, Department for Work and Pensions.
SALWAY, S., ALLMARK, P. J., BARLEY, R., HIGGINBOTTOM, G., GERRISH, K. and ELLISON, G. (2009). Social research for a multiethnic population: do the research ethics and standards guidelines of UK Learned Societies address this challenge? Twenty-first century society, 4 (1), 53-81.
SALWAY, Sarah, ALLMARK, Peter, BARLEY, Ruth, HIGGINBOTTOM, Gina, GERRISH, Kate and ELLISON, George (2009). Researching ethnic inequalities. Social Sciences Research Update, 58, 1-4.