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Publications

Books

Castro, I. and Clark, J. (eds.) (2019) Representing Agency in Popular Culture: Children and Youth on Page, Screen and In Between, New York: Lexington

Chapters

Clark, J. and Castro, I. (2019) Zuzu’s Petals and Scout’s Mockingbirds: The legacy of children’s agency

Clark, J. (2019) Speddies with Spraypaints: intersections of agency, childhood and disability in award winning young adult fiction

 

Boggis, A (2018) Dis/abled Childhoods? A Transdisciplinary Approach London: Palgrave Macmillan

Chapters

Marsa-Sambola, F. (2017). The Individual & Self-Identity

Clark, J. (2018) Embodiment and Representation

Clark, J. and Richards, S. (2018) Research with Disabled Children: Past, Present and Future

Ayling, P. (2018) Diversity in Disability

Richards, S. ‘Historical Policy and Provision’

 

Vine, T., Clark, J., Richards, S., Weir, D. (Eds.) (2018) Ethnographic Research and Analysis Anxiety, Identity and Self London: Palgrave Macmillan

Chapters

Boggis, A (2018) ‘Ethnographic Practices of Listening’

Vine, T., Clark, J., Richards, S., and Weir, D. (2018) Introducing Ethnography, Anxiety and Identity

Richards, S. ‘Chóng ér fēi: Cultural Performances of Belonging’

Vine, T., Clark, J., Richards, S., and Weir, D. (eds.) (2018)’ Conclusion’

 

Coombs, S. (2017) Young people’s perspectives on end-of-life: Death, culture and the everyday, Palgrave Macmillan

 

Joslyn E. (2016) Resilience in Childhood: Perspectives, Promise and Practice.  Macmillan Palgrave

 

Richards, S., Clark, J and Boggis, A (2015) Ethical Research with Children: Untold Narratives and Taboos London: Palgrave Macmillan

 

External book chapter contributions

Ayling, P. (2018) Bourdieu in Nigeria: The Colonial Habitus and Nigerian Elite Parents’ Future Aspirations for their Children in International Perspectives on Theorizing Aspiration: Applying Bourdieu’s Tools – Bloomsbury

Clark, J. and Richards, S. (2017) The Cherished Conceits of Research with Children: Do participatory methods that seek the voice of the agentic child deliver what they promise? In Castro, I. Harger, B. and Swauger, M. (eds.) Researching Children and Youth: Methodological issues, strategies and innovations, Sociological Studies in Childhood and Youth, Vol. 22, Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing

Trodd, L (ed) (2016) The Early Years Handbook for Students and Practitioners London: Routledge

Boggis, A (2016) Chapter 21 ‘Safeguarding young children’

Boggis, A (2016) Chapter 22 ‘ Supporting inclusive practice in the Early Years’

Boggis, A (2016) Chapter 24 ‘Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND) in the early years’

Ayling, P. Diversity, Equality and Rights (Chapter 23)

Ayling, P.  Eliteness' and elite schooling in Contemporary Nigeria (Chapter 12) in Elite Education:  International Perspectives (2016) - Routledge

Clark, J. (2014) Sexualisation and the Discursive Figure of the Child in Warehime, NM. (ed.) Soul of Society: A Focus on the Lives of Children and Youth, Sociological Studies in Childhood and Youth Vol. 18, Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing, pp. 173-198

 

Articles in peer reviewed journals

Clark, J. and Duschinksy, R. (2018) Young Masculinities, Purity and Danger: framings of boys and girls in policy discourses of sexualisation, Sexualities, Vol. 22: Issue 7 https://doi.org/10.1177/1363460717736718

Clark, J. (2018) There’s plenty more clunge in the sea: young masculinities and sexual  talk, Jnl Media, Sexualisation and Society, Sage Open, https://doi.org/10.1177/2158244018769756

Richards, S. and Clark, J. (2018) (Dis)ordered spaces? Managing the competing rights of children in the gendered space of the school toilet, Open Access Journal of Reproductive Systems and Sexual Disorders, 1(5) OAJRSD.MS.ID.000122

Richards, S, (2018) ‘‘I’m more than just adopted’: Narratives of belonging in intercountry adoption’ in "Adoption Experiences and the Tracing and Narration of Family Genealogies" special edition edited by Derek Kirton Genealogy

Richards, S. (2018) book review of Wall, J. ‘Children’s rights, today’s global challenge’ in Global Studies in Childhood

Clark, N.R., Lecluyse, W. & Jürgens,T. (2018). Analysis of compressive properties of the BioAid hearing aid algorithm. International Journal of Audiology. 57(S3), S130-S138.  DOI: 10.1080/14992027.2017.1378931

Boggis, A., Dogaru, C & Cornwell-Dunnett, T (2017) “I discovered I’m an Artist!” An evaluation of the impact of a collaborative arts project on the wellbeing of young adults with learning disabilities. Journal of Education and Social Policy Vol 4, No 4 December 2017

Jürgens,T., Clark, N.R., Lecluyse, W. & Meddis, R. (2016). Exploration of a physiologically-inspired hearing aid algorithm using a computer model mimicking impaired hearing, International Journal of Audiology, 55, 346-357. DOI:10.3109/14992027.2015.1135352.https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.3109/14992027.2015.1135352?journalCode=iija20

Embodying “Britishness”: The (re)making of the contemporary Nigerian elite child (2015), Curriculum Inquiry, 45:5, 455-471, DOI: 10.1080/03626784.2015.1095623

Marsa –Sambola F, Muldoon, J., Williams, J., Lawrence, A., Connor, M., & Currie, C. (2015). The Short Attachment to Pets Scale (SAPS) for Children and Young People: Development, Psychometric Qualities and Demographic and Health Associations. Child Indicators Research. DOI 10.1007/s12187-015-9303-9. IF: 1.038 Q2. (SOCIAL SCIENCES, INTERDISCIPLINARY).

Coombs, S. (2014) Death wears a T-Shirt: Listening to young people talk about death, Mortality: Promoting the interdisciplinary study of death and dying, 19(3), 284-302

Richards (2014) ‘HCIA Implementation and the Best Interests of the Child’ Report for Thematic Area 1 of the International Forum on Intercountry Adoption and Global Surrogacy (11-13 August 2014)

Panda, M.R., Lecluyse, W., Tan, C.M., T. Jürgens, and Meddis, R. (2014). Individualised computer models of hearing impairment. International Journal of Audiology, 53, 699-709.

 

Projects

Changed lives - This qualitative study led by Dr Sarah Richards and Jessica Clark is in partnership with Suffolk County Council as part of the wider Hold Project and is funded by Heritage Lottery. This research seeks to explore the social and economic impact of graduate status for our alumni who are the first generation in their families to go to university. In the stories of our past students, we hope to capture the ways in which university education changed their lives and the lives of their family members.  These narratives will help identify the contribution that the University of Suffolk has had in the local region.

First generation stories’, a qualitative study for, ‘The Hold’, the new heritage centre for Suffolk. This project is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and forms part of the HLF funded activities https://www.suffolkarchives.co.uk/the_hold/

Dogaru, C. M., Bond, E., Rawlings, V. (2016-2017) Children and Young People’s Emotional Health and Wellbeing Fund

Boggis, A, Dogaru, C. M., and Cornwell-Dunnett, T. (2016-2017) make+create

Lecluyse, W. (Project Lead) and Odell, D. - 2014-2016: Early Ears Project, Funder: Youth Music

Project overview - organising and implementing an evaluation of two parallel music programmes delivered by Future projects trained music tutors to children in two different Early Years’ settings in Norfolk. The aim was to identify new ways of working with music technology and music therapy to achieve better outcomes for children in challenging circumstances.

Dissemination - the results of the evaluation were published in a final report for the funding body in April 2016.

Rawlings, V. & Coombs, S. (2016) Suffolk Young Peoples’ Health and Wellbeing Profiling Project 12 to 21: Ref: SRGA: 225, iseed University Campus Suffolk in association with Suffolk County Council