Her scientific interests lie mostly in Gender studies, Ethnography, Human sexuality, Qualitative research and Masculinity. Her Ethnography research incorporates elements of Negotiation and White. Her research in Human sexuality intersects with topics in Developmental psychology, Moral panic and Girl power.
The concepts of her Qualitative research study are interwoven with issues in Power structure and Applied psychology. Her work deals with themes such as Academic achievement and Sexual identity, which intersect with Masculinity. Her Sexual identity research includes elements of Femininity, Heterosexuality and Primary education.
Her primary areas of investigation include Gender studies, Human sexuality, Ethnography, Pedagogy and Femininity. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Posthuman and Girl. As part of the same scientific family, Emma Renold usually focuses on Human sexuality, concentrating on Developmental psychology and intersecting with Compulsory heterosexuality.
Her Academic achievement and Curriculum study in the realm of Pedagogy interacts with subjects such as Social work. Her Femininity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Resistance and Working class. The study incorporates disciplines such as Performative utterance and Sexual identity in addition to Masculinity.
Her primary areas of study are The arts, Gender studies, Sexuality education, Aesthetics and Human sexuality. Her research integrates issues of Materialism, Praxis and Embodied cognition in her study of The arts. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Affect and Gender studies.
Among her research on Sexuality education, you can see a combination of other fields of science like Transphobia, Social justice, Welsh, Pedagogy and Creative professional. She has researched Human sexuality in several fields, including Professional development, Creativity and Media studies. Her Curriculum research focuses on subjects like Sexual violence, which are linked to Posthuman.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Population, Injustice, Action, Anthropocentrism and Educational research. Her Population research incorporates Posthuman and Xenophobia.
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The use of vignettes in qualitative research
CA Barter;E Renold.
Social Research Update (1999)
Girls, Boys and Junior Sexualities: Exploring Childrens' Gender and Sexual Relations in the Primary School
'I wanna tell you a story': Exploring the application of vignettes in qualitative research with children and young people
Christine Barter;Emma Renold.
International Journal of Social Research Methodology (2000)
Schizoid subjectivities? Re-theorizing teen girls’ sexual cultures in an era of ‘sexualization’
Emma Renold;Jessica Ringrose.
Journal of Sociology (2011)
‘Other’ boys: negotiating non‐hegemonic masculinities in the primary school
Gender and Education (2004)
Visual Ethics: Ethical Issues in Visual Research
Rose Wiles;Jon Prosser;Anna Bagnoli;Andrew Clark.
Power, agency and participatory agendas: A critical exploration of young people’s engagement in participative qualitative research
Sally Holland;Emma Renold;Nicola J. Ross;Alexandra Hillman.
"Coming Out": Gender, (Hetero)Sexuality and the Primary School.
Gender and Education (2000)
Learning the 'Hard' Way: Boys, hegemonic masculinity and the negotiation of learner identities in the primary school
British Journal of Sociology of Education (2001)
Normative cruelties and gender deviants: the performative effects of bully discourses for girls and boys in school
Jessica Ringrose;Emma Renold.
British Educational Research Journal (2010)
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