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Publications

Publications, Conference Papers, and Relevant Experience

 

Publications

Dytham, S. (2018) ‘The Construction and Maintenance of Exclusion, Control and Dominance through Secondary School Students’ Sitting Practices’, British Journal of Sociology of Education, doi: 10.1080/01425692.2018.1455494
 
Dytham, S. (2018) 'The role of popular girls in bullying and intimidating boys and other popular girls in secondary school', British Educational Research Journal, 44(2), 212-229.
 
Dytham, S. (2017) 'A framework of postgraduate collaboration: postgraduate collaborative space in a UK university', Studies in Higher Education, doi:10.1080/03075079.2017.1371688.
 
Dytham, S. and Rowell, C. R. (2015) 'Inequality in Education, Innovation in Methods: Reflections and Considerations', Exchanges Journal, 2(2), 277-283.
 
Rowell, C. R., Dytham, S., Ingram, N. and Nind, M. (2015) 'Special Feature: Inequality in Education – Innovation in Methods, with reflections by Dr Nicola Ingram and Professor Melanie Nind', Exchanges Journal, 2(2), 224-233.

Research Outputs and Reports
Crawford, C., Dytham, S. and Naylor, R. (2017) ‘Improving the Evaluation of Outreach: Proposed Standards of Evaluation Practice and Associated Guidance’, Office for Fair Access (OFFA), Available at: https://www.offa.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/Standards-of-Evaluation-Practice-and-Associated-Guidance-FINAL.pdf 
 
Crawford, C., Dytham, S. and Naylor, R. (2017) ‘Improving the Evaluation of Outreach: Interview Report’, Office for Fair Access (OFFA), Available at: https://www.offa.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/OFFA-Interview-report.pdf
 
Dytham, S. and Hughes, C. (2017) ‘Widening participation research and evaluation: where are we now?’, University of Warwick. Available at: http://wrap.warwick.ac.uk/88772/

 

Dytham, S. (April 2018) ‘Fights, faggots and absolute mingers: dominance, aggression and ‘masculinity’ in young women’. At: British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2018, Newcastle, UK.
 
Dytham, S. and Stanistreet, D. (Nov 2017) Workshop: Methods, Methodologies and Approaches. At: 'Why Evaluate: A Widening Participation Sympoisum', Office for Fair Access, University of Sheffield, UK.
 
Naylor, R. and Dytham, S. (Feb 2017) Workshop: Evaluating Outreach Activities. At: ‘Developing your 2018-19 access agreement’ conference (Office for Fair Access (OFFA), Action on Access and Universities UK), London, UK.
 
Dytham, S. (April 2016) Conference: “God here we go, a big emotional story”: ‘Popular’ and ‘Geek’ Positionings in Student Interactions and The Challenges of ‘Popular’ Students. At: Global Societies: Fragmenting and Connecting, British Sociological Association Annual Conference 2016, Birmingham, UK.
 
Dytham, S. (June 2015) Conference: '"That's not your seat": The Meaning and Method of Sitting in Secondary School'. At: Feminisms, Power and Pedagogy: 10th International Biennial Conference of the Gender and Education Association, University of Roehampton, London, UK.
 
Dytham, S. (Nov 2013) Conference: 'Researching Popularity in Secondary School Using Focus Groups and/or Group Interviews'. At: The British Sociological Association Youth Study Group Workshop, London, UK
 
Dytham, S. (Sept 2013) Conference: 'The Dynamic and Contestable Nature of Friendship Groups at Secondary School'. At: Young People’s Educational Identities in Challenging Times, The British Sociological Association Sociology of Education Study Group Conference, London, UK.

 

Relevant Experience

Editorial Board Membership

I am a member of the IJSRM Editorial Board and review articles submitted for publication to the International Journal of Social Research Methodology (IJSRM).

 
Special Feature

In November 2014 a colleague and I organised a conference entitled:
'Inequality in Education - Innovation in Methods' (IEIM).
This conference was funded by the ESRC (Warwick DTC) - Award value £1,100.

Resulting Publications:

After the conference, we organised a special feature, including a collection of articles from the conference which was published in the Exchanges Journal in April 2015.