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‘Ladettes’ and ‘Modern Girls’: ‘Troublesome’ Young Femininities
‘Ladettes’ are argued to be a sign, and product, of contemporary development and change; their fortunes are presented as inextricably related to the conditions of late modernity. Using the past toExpand
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Examining the Doctorate: Institutional policy and the PhD examination process in Britain
In this article the authors attempt to shed some light on the PhD examination process, a process that is arguably far less transparent than those at other levels of British higher education. MoreExpand
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The Doctoral Examination Process: A Handbook For Students, Examiners And Supervisors
Acknowledgements Introduction To The Doctoral Examination Process Understanding The Doctoral Viva - What Is It For? Understanding The Doctoral Viva - How Does It Work? Viva Preparation - Long TermExpand
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Using Photographs in Social and Historical Research
Sophisticated, original and comprehensive, this book investigates photographic research practices and the conceptual and theoretical issues that underpin them. Using international case studies andExpand
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Back to Basics: A consideration of the purposes of the PhD viva
This paper examines the roles and significance of the viva in the doctoral examination process. More specifically, it addresses the following question-what purposes does the viva serve in the PhDExpand
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In the dark? Preparing for the PhD viva
In a climate of tightening quality controls and audits within higher education, the transparency of doctoral examination practices is increasingly the subject of scrutiny. Examines quality andExpand
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A fragmented picture: reflections on the photographic practices of young people
Research on children and youth increasingly features young people's photographs and/or young people as photographers. While this suggests that quite a lot is known about young people's relationshipsExpand
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Constructing Girlhood: Popular Magazines For Girls Growing Up In England, 1920-1950
Chapter 1 Adolescent Girlhood: An Historical Context Chapter 2 Magazines, Readers, Editors Chapter 3 From School to Work Chapter 4 Relationships: Family and Friends Chapter 5 Relationships: CourtshipExpand
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‘red tips for hot lips’: advertising cigarettes for young women in Britain, 1920-70
  • P. Tinkler
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Women's history review
  • 1 June 2001
Abstract The girl or woman smoker is a twentieth-century phenomenon. In 1900, smoking was invariably associated with sexually deviant womanhood. Today, smoking is firmly, if contentiously,Expand
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