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Books


  • (2016) Posthuman Research Practices in Education, Basingstoke, Palgrave MacMillan (Edited with Carol Taylor)
  • (2013) Researching Gender, London Sage
  • (2011) Feminism Counts: Quantitative Methods and Researching Gender, Oxford, Routledge (Christina Hughes and Rachel Cohen)
  • (2010) How to Research: Fourth Edition, Open University Press (Loraine Blaxter, Christina Hughes and Malcolm Tight
  • (2006) How to Research, Buckingham, Open University Press, Third Edition (Loraine Blaxter, Christina Hughes and Malcolm Tight)
  • (2005) How to Research (Chinese Translation), Beijing, McGraw Hill Asia (342pp)
  • (2003) Disseminating Qualitative Research, Buckingham, Open University Press (Edited) (155 pp)
  • (2002) Key Concepts in Feminist Theory and Research, London, Sage (221 pp)
  • (2002) Women’s Contemporary Lives: Within and Beyond the Mirror, London, Routledge (168 pp)
  • (2001) How to Research*, Buckingham, Open University Press, Second Edition (Loraine Blaxter, Christina Hughes and Malcolm Tight) (286 pp)
  • (2000) Como Se Hacé Una Investigacion, Barcelona, Gedisa Editorial (Loraine Blaxter, Christina Hughes and Malcolm Tight) (351 pp)
  • (1999) How to Research, New Delhi, Viva Books (Loraine Blaxter, Christina Hughes and Malcolm Tight) (263 pp)
  • (1998) The Academic Career Handbook**, Buckingham, Open University Press (Loraine Blaxter, Christina Hughes and Malcolm Tight) (230 pp)
  • (1996) How to Research, Buckingham, Open University Press (Loraine Blaxter, Christina Hughes and Malcolm Tight) (263 pp)
  • (1993) Stepparents, Stepchildren, London, Kyle Cathie (228 pp)
  • (1992) Stepparents: Wicked or Wonderful? Aldershot, Gower (160 pp)
  • (1989) Educating the Under Fives in Salford, University of Warwick, CEDAR (Robert Burgess, Christina Hughes and Sue Moxon) (90 pp)

Journal Editorship of Special Issues

  • (2015) Feminist Research Methods, International Journal of Social Research Methodology Virtual Special Issue, http://explore.tandfonline.com/page/bes/tsrm-vsi-feminist-methods
  • (2010) Feminism Counts: Quantitative Methods and Gender Research, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 13(3) (with Rachel Cohen)
  • (2006) Gender and ‘Race’ in Lifelong Learning, British Educational Research Journal (Christina Hughes, Loraine Blaxter, Sue Jackson, Jacky Brine)
  • (2006) Transgressive Feminisms, Studies in Higher Education (Pam Cotterill, Christina Hughes and Gayle Letherby)
  • (2002) Rethinking Gender Work and Organization, Gender Work and Organization, 9, 5 (Christina Hughes and Deborah Kerfoot)
  • (1997) Learning and Careers, Adults Learning, 9, 2 (Loraine Blaxter, Christina Hughes and Malcolm Tight)

Refereed Journal Articles

  • (2013) Re-turning Feminist Methodologies: From a Social to an Ecological Epistemology, Gender and Education, 26(6): 786-799 (with Celia Lury)

    http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/09540253.2013.829910

  • (2013) I Draw the Line at Stringing Pearls: The Craftswoman’s Imperative and Hopeful Economies, Journal of Cultural Economy, 6(2); 153-167)
  • (2013) The metaphors we study by : the doctorate as a journey and/or as work. Higher Education Research & Development, Volume 32 (Number 5). pp. 765-775. ISSN 0729-4360 (with Malcolm Tight)
  • (2012) Gender, craft labour and the creative sector. International Journal of Cultural Policy, Vol.18 (No.4). pp. 439-454. ISSN 1028-6632
  • (2011) The methodological impact of feminism: A troubling issue for Sociology? Sociology 45 (4), 570-586 (with Rachel Cohen and Richard Lampard)
  • (2011) Salivary identities : the matter of affect. Subjectivity, Vol.4 (No.4). pp. 413-433. ISSN 1755-6341
  • (2011) Pleasure, Change and Values in Doctoral Pedagogy, Studies in Higher Education, 36(3)
  • (2010) Feminists Really Do Count: The Complexity of Feminist Methodologies, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 13(3): 189-196 (with Rachel Cohen)
  • (2007) Rethinking Research, British Journal of Sociology of Education, 28(6): 823-831
  • (2007) The Equality of Social Envies, Sociology, 41(2)
  • (2007) The Pleasures of Learning at Work: Phenomenology and Foucault Compared, British Journal of Sociology of Education
  • (2004) New Times? New Learners? New Voices? Towards a Contemporary Social Theory of Learning, British Journal of Sociology of Education, 25, 3, pp 395-408
  • (2004) Class and Other Identifications in Managerial Careers: The Case of the Lemon Dress, Gender, Work and Organization, 11, 5, pp 526-543
  • (2004) Perhaps She Was Having a Bad Hair Day: taking issue with ungenerous readings of feminist texts, European Journal of Women's Studies, 11, 1, pp 103-109
  • (2004) Tongue Sandwiches and Bagel Days: Sex, Food and the Mind-Body Dualism, Gender, Work and Organization, 11, 4, pp 363-380 (Lynn Baxter and Christina Hughes)
  • (2003) Deconstructing Dissemination: Dissemination as Qualitative Research, Qualitative Research, 3, 2, pp 411-428 (Viv Barnes, Lynn Clouder, Christina Hughes, Judy Purkis, Jackie Pritchard)
  • (2002) Scaling the theoretical wall of the poststructural-modern impasse through the case of the woman returner as ‘exile’ and ‘nomad’, Gender and Education, 14, 4, pp 411-424
  • (2001) Developing Conceptual Literacy in Lifelong Learning Research: A Case of Responsibility, British Educational Research Journal, 27, 5, pp 601-614
  • (2000) Resistant learners: a contradiction in feminist terms? Studies in the Education of Adults, Spring, 32, 1, pp 51-62
  • (2000) Painting new (feminist) pictures of human resource development (and) identifying research issues for political change, Management Learning, 31, 1, pp 51-65
  • (2000) Is it possible to be a feminist manager in the ‘real world’ of further education? Journal of Further and Higher Education, 24, 2
  • (1999) Learning to be intellectually insecure: the dis/empowering effects of reflexive practice, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 1, 4, pp 281-296
  • (1999) Writing on academic careers, Studies in Higher Education, 23, 3, pp 281-295 (Loraine Blaxter, Christina Hughes and Malcolm Tight)
  • (1998) Telling it how it is: accounts of academic life, Higher Education Quarterly, 52, 3, pp 300-315 (Loraine Blaxter, Christina Hughes and Malcolm Tight)
  • (1997) On the edge: making meanings of flexible careers, Gender and Education, 9, 4, pp 505-510 (Loraine Blaxter, Christina Hughes, Tessa Lovell and Kate Scanlon)
  • (1996) The ever-changing world of further education, Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 1, 1, pp 7-18 (Christina Hughes, Paul Taylor and Malcolm Tight)
  • (1996) In the field, in the library: methodological analogies for library-based researchers, Teaching in Higher Education, 1, 3, pp 373-383 (Meg Bond, Christina Hughes and Kate Owen)
  • (1996) Doughnuts and jam roly-poly: sweet metaphors for organisational researchers, Journal of Further and Higher Education, 20, 1, pp 51-57 (Christina Hughes and Malcolm Tight)
  • (1995) The myth of the learning society, British Journal of Educational Studies, 43, 3, pp 290-304 (Christina Hughes and Malcolm Tight)
  • (1994) Linking university teaching and research, Higher Education Review, 28, 1, pp 51-65 (Christina Hughes and Malcolm Tight)
  • (1991) Parents are welcome: head teachers’ and matrons’ perspectives on parental participation in the early years, International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 4, 2, pp 95-107 (Christina Hughes, Robert Burgess and Sue Moxon)

Chapters in Books

  • (2012) The Myth of the Learning Society Revisited, in T Kerry (Ed) International Perspectives on Higher Education: Challenging Values and Practice, London, Continuum • (2012) Introduction In Clouder, L, Broughan, C, Jewell, S and Steventon, G (Eds) Improving Student Engagement and Development through Assessment: Theory and Practice in Higher Education, Cambridge, CSP
  • (2009) Plaisir, Jouissance and Other Forms of Pleasure: Exploring the Intellectual Development of the Student In Virginia King, Frances Deepwell, Lynn Clouder and Christine Broughan (Eds) Academic Futures: Inquiries into Higher Education and Pedagogy , Cambridge, CSP (with Maud Perrier and Anne-Marie Kramer)
  • (2008) Deconstructing Dissemination: Dissemination as Qualitative Research, in P Atkinson and S Delamont (Eds) (2008) Representing Ethnography, London, Sage (with Viv Barnes, Lynn Clouder, Judy Purkis, Jackie Pritchard) (Reprint of article previously published in Qualitative Research)
  • (2007) Revisiting Feminist Appropriations of Social Capital, in T Lovell (Ed) (Mis)Recognition, Social Inequality and Social Justice, London, Routledge (Christina Hughes and Loraine Blaxter)
  • (2006) Caring Monsters? A Critical Exploration of contradictions and ambiguities in caring at work, in P Cotterill, S Jackson and G. Letherby (Eds) Challenges and Negotiations for Women in Higher Education, London, Kluwer (Christina Hughes, Viv Barnes, Lynn Clouder, Judy Purkis and Jackie Pritchard)
  • (2005) Deconstructing the Human in Human Resource Development, in C Elliott and S Turnbull (Eds) Critical Perspectives of Human Resource Development, London, Routledge, pp 128-140
  • (2003) Introduction in C Hughes (Ed) Disseminating Qualitative Research, Maidenhead, Open University Press, pp 1-6
  • (2003) From dissemination to imopact: historical and contemporary issues, in C Hughes (ed) Disseminating Qualitative Research, Maidenhead, Open University Press, pp 9-23
  • (2003) Models of Dissemination, in C Hughes (ed) Disseminating Qualitative Research, Maidenhead, Open University Press, pp 24-40
  • (2003) Developing informed practice for disseminating qualitative research, in C Hughes (Ed) Disseminating Qualitative Research, Maidenhead, Open University Press, pp 125-140
  • (2002) Pedagogies of, and for, resistance, in G Howie (Ed) Gender, Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, Aldershot, Ashgate, pp 99-110
  • (2000) Social capital: A critique, in J Thompson (Ed) Stretching the Academy: The Politics and Practice of Widening Participation in Higher Education, Leicester, NIACE (Loraine Blaxter and Christina Hughes)
  • (1998) The myth of the learning society, in S Ranson (Ed) Inside the Learning Society, London, Cassell (Christina Hughes and Malcolm Tight), pp 179-188
  • (1997) Education, work and adult life: how adults relate their learning to their work, family and social lives, in P Sutherland (Ed) Adult Learning: A Reader, London, Kogan Page, pp 135-147 (Loraine Blaxter, Christina Hughes and Malcolm Tight)
  • (1997) Organisational change: implications for human resource management, in A Morton-Cooper and M Bamford (Eds) Excellence in Health Care Management, Oxford, Blackwell, pp 3-19
  • (1997) Mystifying through coalescence: the underlying politics of methodological choices, in K Watson (Ed) Educational Dilemmas: Debate and Diversity, London, Cassell, pp 413-420
  • (1994) From field notes to dissertation: analysing the stepfamily, in A Bryman and R Burgess (Eds) Analysing Qualitative Data, London, Routledge, pp 35-46
  • (1992) A stranger in the house: researching the stepfamily, in R Burgess (Ed) Studies in Qualitative Methodology: Learning from Fieldwork, London, JAI Press, pp 33-62
  • (1994) A curriculum for the under-fives? in F Laevers (Ed) Defining and Assessing Quality in Early Childhood Education, Leuven, Leuven University Press, pp 55-72 (Robert Burgess, Christina Hughes and Sue Moxon)
  • (1990) Postgraduate education in the United Kingdom, in D de Wied (Ed) Postgraduate Research Training Today, the Hague, Netherlands Ministry of Education and Science, pp 69-91 (Robert Burgess, Christina Hughes and John Hockey)