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Attenborough, F. (2018) For public (and recontextualized) sociology: The promises and perils of public engagement in an age of mediated communication. The Communication Review, 21 (3). pp. 228-251. ISSN 1071-4421

Attenborough, F. (2013) Jokes, pranks, blondes and banter: recontextualising sexism in the British print press. Journal of Gender Studies, 23 (2). pp. 137-154. ISSN 0958-9236

Baker, S., Warburton, J., Hodgkin, S. and Pascal, J. (2016) The supportive network: rural disadvantaged older people and ICT. Ageing & Society. ISSN 0144-686X

Bowles, H., Fleming, S. and Parker, A. (2021) A confessional representation of ethnographic fieldwork in an academy sport setting. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography. ISSN 0891-2416

Forbes, A., Edwards, L. and Fleming, S. (2014) ‘Women can’t referee’: Exploring the experiences of female football officials within UK football culture. Soccer and Society, 16 (4). pp. 521-539. ISSN 1466-0970

McInch, A. and Fleming, S. (2021) Sport policy formation and enactment in post-devolution Wales: 1999–2020. International Journal of Sport Policy and Politics. ISSN 1940-6940

Quickfall, A. (2018) 'Insiderness' in my Pilot Study Research. Hillary Place Papers.

Sharp, J., Hemmings, B., Kay, R. and Atkin, C. (2017) Academic boredom, approaches to learning and the final year degree outcomes of undergraduate students. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 42 (8). pp. 1055-1077. ISSN 0309-877X

Sofologi, M., Efstratopoulou, M. and Dunn, T.J. (2018) Predicting burnout syndrome in Greek mental health professionals. Journal of Social Service Research, 45 (1). pp. 142-149. ISSN 0148-8376

Stewart, F. (2019) “No More Heroes Anymore”: marginalized identities in punk memorialisation and curation. Punk & Post Punk, 8 (2). pp. 209-226. ISSN 2044-1983

Stewart, F. (2015) The Orange Order: a religious institution or an expression of implicit religious spinning? Implicit Religion, 18 (2). pp. 177-207. ISSN 1463-9955

Stewart, F. (2014) Straight edge punk – religious mutation or over-reaching? DISKUS: The Journal of the British Association for the Study of Religions, 16 (1). pp. 49-67. ISSN 0967-8948

Stewart, F. (2016) This is [not] the A.L.F.?: anarchism, punk rock and animal advocacy. Punk & Post Punk, 5 (3). 227 -245. ISSN 2044-1983

Stewart, F. and King, C. (2016) Blue suede shoes to Doc Marten boots: music, protest and implicit religion. Implicit Religion, 19 (1). pp. 95-118. ISSN 1463-9955

Stewart, F. and Way, L. (2023) Beyond Boundaries: Disability, DIY and Punk Pedagogies. Research in Education. ISSN 0034-5237

Way, L. (2019) ‘I don’t go to the gigs to go to the gigs – I don’t give a shit about the gigs!’: Exploring gig attendance and older punk women. Punk & Post Punk, 8 (2). pp. 257-269. ISSN 2044-1983

Book Section

Attenborough, F. (2015) A forgotten legacy? Towards a discursive psychology of the media. In: Discursive psychology? Classic and contemporary issues. Explorations in Social Psychology . Routledge, London, pp. 224-240. ISBN 9780415721608

Quickfall, A. (2021) “Down here, it’s our time”: Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Systems and ‘The Goonies’. In: Unlocking Social Theory with Popular Culture. Critical Studies of Education (15). Springer Nature, Switzerland, pp. 83-99. ISBN 9783030770112

Quickfall, A. (2022) Tales from the soft-play fifth shift mother, teacher, mentor, academic and student. In: Reflections on Valuing Wellbeing in Higher Education. Taylor Francis, Abingdon, pp. 65-78. ISBN 9781003213161

Stewart, F. (2014) Alternative Ulster: punk rock as a means of overcoming the religious divide in Northern Ireland. In: Irish Religious Conflict in Comparative Prespective: Catholics, Protestants and Muslims. Histories of the Sacred and Secular . Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 76-91. ISBN 9781137351890

Stewart, F. (2020) Blurring the boundaries - punk rock and religion. In: Critical Religion Reader. Studio Dreamshare Press, Ontario, pp. 31-33. ISBN 9781775394365

Stewart, F. (2021) From Belfast with love: the women and female presenting punks of Northern Ireland and their 'subculture'. In: Punk Identities, Punk Utopias Global Punk and Media. Intellect, Chicago, pp. 19-38. ISBN 9781789384123

Stewart, F. (2021) "Save my soul from the poisons of this world": straight edge punk and religious re-enchantment. In: Exploring the Spiritual in Popular Music. Bloomsbury studies in religion and popular music . Bloomsbury, London, pp. 175-192. ISBN 9781350086920

Stewart, F. (2020) The unknown creed: punk and political uncertainty in Northern Ireland. In: Minority Religions and Uncertainty. Routledge inform series about minority religions and spiritual movements . Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9781472484512

Stewart, F. and Abraham, I. (2019) Straight edge evangelicalism and DIY spirituality. In: Christian Punk: Identity and Performance. Bloomsbury Studies in Religion and Popular Music . Bloomsbury, pp. 67-84. ISBN 9781350094802

Way, L. (2018) Girls to the front? Gender and alternative spaces. In: Subcultures, Bodies and Spaces: Essays on Alternativity and Marginalization. Emerald Studies in Alternativity and Marginalization . Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 205-218. ISBN 9781787565128

Book

Efstratopoulou, M. (2017) The Enigma of Autism: Genius, Disorder or just different? Neuroscience Research Progress, Disability and the Disabled-Issues, Laws and Programs . NOVA Sciences, New York. ISBN 978-1-53612-597-9

Stewart, F. (2017) Punk rock is my religion: straight edge punk and 'religious' identity. Routledge, Abingdon. ISBN 9781472489661

Thesis

Muir, L. (2023) A Teacher's Progress - professional identity development, gender transition and drama praxis. Doctoral thesis, University of Manchester.

Nicholson, N. (2020) Supporting children with identified speech, language and communication needs at two-years-old: voices of early years practitioners. Post-Doctoral thesis, University of Lincoln.

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