Items where Research Institute, Centre or Group is "Sociology, Politics and Policy Research Group"
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DEAN, Jonathan (2015). Class diversity and youth volunteering in the UK : applying Bourdieu's habitus and cultural capital. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 45 (1), 95S-113S.
DEAN, Jonathan (2015). Desert Island Data : an experiment in researcher positionality and interpretivism. In: Societies in transition : progression or regression : conference programme and abstract book. British Sociological Association.
DEAN, Jonathan (2015). Drawing what homelessness looks like : using creative visual methods as a tool of critical pedagogy. Sociological research online, 20 (1).
DEAN, Jonathan (2015). “Submitting Love?”: a sensory sociology of Southbourne. Qualitative Inquiry. (In Press)
DEAN, Jonathan (2015). Volunteering, the market, and neoliberalism. People, place and policy online, 9 (2), 139-148.
MITCHELL, Wendy, BROOKS, Jennifer, BERESFORD, Bryony, MORAN, Nicola and GLENDINNING, Caroline (2015). Taking on and taking over : choice and control for physically disabled young adults. Project Report. NIHR School for Social Care Research.
ALBERTSON, Katherine, O'KEEFFE, Caroline, BURKE, Catherine, LESSING-TURNER, Georgina and RENFREW, Mary (2014). Addressing health inequalities for mothers and babies in prison: findings from a consultation exercise. In: TODD, Angela and HIRST, Julia, (eds.) Health and Inequality: Applying Public Health Research to Policy and Practice. Abingdon, Routledge, 39-47.
DEAN, Jonathan (2014). How structural factors promote instrumental motivations within youth volunteering : a qualitative analysis of volunteer brokerage. Voluntary Sector Review, 5 (2), 231-247.
DEAN, Jonathan (2014). Recruiting young volunteers in an area of selective education : a qualitative case study. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 1-19. (In Press)
DEAN, Jonathan (2014). The images in our heads : fundraising literature and drawing what homelessness looks like. In: Changing society : conference programme and abstarct book. British Sociological Association.
DEAN, Jonathan (2014). The role of the reflexive self in mailer's protests. Contention: The Multidisciplinary Journal of Social Protest, 1 (2), 11-26.
MITCHELL, Wendy, BROOKS, Jennifer and GLENDINNING, Caroline (2014). Personalisation : where do carers fit? In: NEEDHAM, Catherine and GLASBY, Jon, (eds.) Debates in Personalisation. Bristol, Policy Press, 65-74.
BLAIN, Jenny (2013). Consciousness, Wights and Ancestors. In: HARVEY, Graham, (ed.) The handbook of contemporary animism. Acumen Handbooks . London, Routledge, 423-110.
DEAN, Jonathan (2013). Manufacturing citizens : the dichotomy between policy and practice in youth volunteering in the UK. Administrative Theory and Praxis, 35 (1), 46-62.
DEAN, Jonathan (2013). A market to sell experience: how neoliberal volunteering policies trade on the pressures of being young. In: 42nd ARNOVA Conference : Recession, renewal, revolution? Nonprofit and coluntary action in an age of turbulence, Hertford, Connecticut, 21-23 November 2013. (Unpublished)
DEAN, Jonathan (2013). The representation and perception of need : the moral choices facing homelessness fundraisers. Homeless in Europe, 2012/3 (Winter), 21-22.
DIMELOW, Nicola, WALKER, Ann and HEAVEY, Lisa (2013). Group work experiences. Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 2 (1).
MADRIAGA, Manuel (2013). Output of radical collegiality? Student Engagement and Experience Journal, 2 (1).
BLAIN, Jenny (2012). Seidr Oracles. In: DRURY, Nevill, (ed.) Pathways in Modern Western Magic. Ars Concrescent.
BLAIN, Jenny and WALLIS, Robert (2012). Negotiating archaeology/spirituality : pagan engagements with the prehistoric past in Britain. In: ROWNTREE, Kathryn, MORRIS, Christine and PEATFIELD, Alan, (eds.) Archaeology of spiritualities. One world archaeology . New York, Springer, 47-70.
BREEZE, B and DEAN, Jonathan (2012). Pictures of me : user views on their representation in homelessness fundraising appeals. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 17 (2), 132-143.
BREEZE, Beth and DEAN, Jonathan (2012). User views of fundraising. Project Report. Alliance Publishing Trust.
CROSSLEY, Nick and IBRAHIM, Joseph (2012). Critical mass, social networks and collective action: exploring student political worlds. Sociology, 46 (4), 596-612.
DEAN, Jonathan (2012). 'It's just part of what they do': Habitus, social class and youth volunteering policy. In: University of Kent Sociology Seminar Series. (Unpublished)
HIRST, Julia (2012). It's got to be about enjoying yourself: young people, sexual pleasure,and sex and relationships education. Sex Education: sexuality, society and learning, 13 (4), 423-436.
TONGE, Jon, MYCOCK, Andrew and JEFFERY, Robert (2012). Does citizenship education make young people better-engaged citizens? Political Studies, 60 (3), 578-602.
BLAIN, Jenny (2011). Hills of the ancestors, townscapes of artisans. In: MACLELLAN, Gordon, (ed.) The Wanton Green. Mandrake of Oxford, 173-186.
BLAIN, Jenny (2011). Landscape, meaning, paganisms and ancestors. In: New Spiritualities, Dept of Geography, University of Glasgow, 11 May 2011. (Unpublished)
BLAIN, Jenny (2011). Neo-Shamanism: Pagan and 'neo-shamanic' interactions with archaeology. In: INSOLL, Tim, (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of the Archaeology of Ritual and Religion. OUP, 1017-1031.
DEAN, Jonathan (2011). Baden-Powell’s Scouting for Boys : governmentality, state power and the responsibilization of youth. In: Contesting the State Conference, University of Kent, 13 May, 2011. (Unpublished)
DEAN, Jonathan (2011). Challenging narratives : the importance of informal volunteering. In: NCVO/VSSN Researching the Voluntary Sector Conference 2011, NCVO, London, 7-8 September 2011. (Unpublished)
DEAN, Jonathan (2011). Volunteering and social class : a narrative approach. In: ARNOVA Conference 2011, Toronto, Canada, 17-19 November, 2011. (Unpublished)
IBRAHIM, Joseph (2011). Political distinction in the British anti-capitalist movement. Sociology, 45 (2), 318-334.
MADRIAGA, Manuel, HANSON, Katie, KAY, Helen and WALKER, Ann (2011). Marking-out normalcy and disability in higher education. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 32 (6), 901-920.
SOUTHERN, Neil (2011). Political opposition and the challenges of a dominant party system: the democratic alliance in South Africa. Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 29 (3), 281-298.
WALLIS, Robert J and BLAIN, Jenny (2011). From respect to reburial: negotiating pagan interest in prehistoric human remains in Britain, through the Avebury consultation. Public Archaeology, 10 (1), 23-45.
DEAN, Jonathan (2010). ‘I’ve never met them or spoken to them’: statutory and voluntary sector relationships - a case study approach to understanding youth volunteering. In: NCVO/VSSN Researching the Voluntary Sector Conference 2010, 6-7 September 2010. (Unpublished)
DEAN, Jonathan (2010). Youth volunteering policy : the rise of governmentality. In: Voluntary Action History Society Conference 2010, University of Kent at Canterbury, 14-16 July 2010. (Unpublished)
MADRIAGA, M. (2010). 'I avoid pubs and the student union like the plague': Students with Asperger Syndrome and their negotiation of university spaces. Children's geographies, 8 (1), 39-50.
MADRIAGA, M. (2010). Why US nationalism should never be considered postnationalist. National identities, 12 (1), 81-94.
MADRIAGA, Manuel and GOODLEY, Dan (2010). Moving beyond the minimum : socially just pedagogies and Asperger's syndrome in UK higher education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 14 (2), 115-131.
MADRIAGA, Manuel, HANSON, Katie, HEATON, Caroline, KAY, Helen, NEWITT, Sarah and WALKER, Ann (2010). Confronting similar challenges? : disabled and non‐disabled students’ learning and assessment experiences. Studies in Higher Education, 35 (6), 647-658.
MALLETT, Rebecca and MADRIAGA, Manuel (2010). Images of criminality, victimisation and disability. In: SHOHAM, S.G., KNEEPER, P. and KETT, M., (eds.) International handbook of victimology. Boca Raton, Fla. ; London, CRC, 585-610.
TONGE, Jon, EVANS, Jocelyn, JEFFERY, Robert and MCAULEY, James W. (2010). New order: political change and the Protestant Orange tradition in Northern Ireland. The British Journal of Politics & International Relations, 13 (3), 400-419.
BLAIN, Jenny and WALLIS, Robert (2009). Beyond Sacred: Recent Pagan Engagements with Archaeological Monuments – Current findings of the Sacred Sites Project. The Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies, 11 (1), 97-123.
BLAIN, Jenny and WALLIS, Robert J (2009). Heathenry. In: LEWIS, James and PIZZA, Murph, (eds.) Handbook of Contemporary Paganisms. Leiden, The Netherlands, Brill, 413-432.
LETCHER, Andy, BLAIN, Jenny and WALLIS, Robert J (2009). Re-viewing the past: discourse and power in images of prehistory. In: ROBINSON, Mike and PICARD, David, (eds.) The Framed World: Tourism, Tourists and Photography. Ashgate, 169-184.
MADRIAGA, M. (2009). Moving beyond the minimum: socially just pedagogies and Asperger's syndrome in UK higher education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 1-17.
MALLETT, Rebecca and MADRIAGA, Manuel (2009). Negotiating 'normal': how notions of US national identity are (re)constructed in The West Wing. In: Society for Disability Studies Conference, Tucson, Arizona, 17-20 June 2009. (Unpublished)
SOUTHERN, Neil (2009). Post-agreement societies and inter-ethnic competition: a comparative study of the Protestant community of Londonderry and the white population of Pretoria. National Identities, 11 (4), 397-415.
WALLIS, Robert J. and BLAIN, Jenny (2009). ‘Sacred’ Sites, Artefacts and Museum Collections: Pagan Engagements with Archaeology in Britain. In: LEWIS, James and PIZZA, Murph, (eds.) Handbook of Contemporary Paganisms. Leiden, Brill, 591-610.
BLAIN, J. and WALLIS, R. J. (2008). Sacred, secular, or sacrilegious? prehistoric sites, pagans and the Sacred Sites project in Britain. In: SCHACHTER, J. and BROCKMAN, S., (eds.) (Im)permanence: Cultures In/Out of Time. Pittsburg, Penn State University Press, 212-223.
MADRIAGA, M., GOODLEY, D., HODGE, N. and MARTIN, N. (2008). Enabling transition into higher education for students with asperger syndrome. Project Report. Higher Education Academy.
SOUTHERN, Neil (2008). The Freedom Front Plus: an analysis of Afrikaner politics and ethnic identity in the new South Africa. Contemporary Politics, 14 (4), 463-478.
SOUTHERN, Neil (2008). Territoriality, alienation, and loyalist decommissioning: the case of the Shankill in Protestant West Belfast. Terrorism and Political Violence, 20 (1), 66-86.
MADRIAGA, M. (2007). Enduring disablism: students with dyslexia and their pathways into UK higher education and beyond. Disability and Society, 22 (4), 399-412.
MADRIAGA, Manuel (2007). The Star-Spangled Banner and "whiteness" in American national identities. In: ERIKSEN, Thomas Hylland and JENKINS, Richard, (eds.) Flag, nation and symbolism in Europe and America. Routledge, 53-67.
WALLIS, Robert and BLAIN, Jenny (2007). The Sanctity of Burial: Pagan Views, Ancient and Modern. In: Respect for Ancient British Human Remains: Philosophy and Practice’, Manchester Museum, University of Manchester, 17 Nov 2006. (Submitted)
BLAIN, J. and WALLIS, R. J. (2006). Pasts and pagan practices: moving beyond Stonehenge. Public archaeology, 5, 211-222.
MCCAIG, Colin, STEVENS, Anna and BOWERS-BROWN, Tamsin (2006). Does Aimhigher work? evidence from the national evaluation. In: Higher Education Research Network, Sheffield, 2006. 1-16. (Submitted)
MADRIAGA, M. (2005). Understanding the symbolic idea of the American dream and its relationship with the category of whiteness. Sociological research online, 10 (3).
MADRIAGA, M. (2005). The star-spangled banner, US military veterans and the category of whiteness. In: Flying the flag: critical perspectives on symbolism and identity, Cultural Complexity in the New Norway, University of Oslo, 24-25 November 2005.
BLAIN, Jenny and WALLIS, Robert (2004). Sites, Texts, Contexts and Inscriptions of Meaning: Investigating Pagan Authenticities. in a Text-Based Society. Pomegranate: The International Journal of Pagan Studies, 6 (2), 231-252.
BLAIN, J. and WALLIS, R. J. (2004). Sacred sites, contested rites/rights: contemporary pagan engagements with the past. Journal of material culture, 9 (3), 237-261.
WALLIS, R. J. and BLAIN, J. (2003). Sites, sacredness, and stories: Interactions of archaeology and contemporary Paganism. Folklore, 114 (3), 307-321.