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Dr Laura Mazzoli Smith
Lucy Tiplady
Professor Liz Todd
Lydia Wysocki
Fighting against poverty: case studies of school action. Poverty Proofing the School Day evaluation update 2019/20.2020
Lydia Wysocki
Hate, Marginalization, and Tramp-bashing: A Raceclass and Critical Realist Approach to Researching British National Identity through Comics2020
Lydia Wysocki
Dr Mark Jackson
Dr Jane Webster
Making the invisible visible: hyperlinked webcomics as alternative points of entry to the digitised Gertrude Bell archive2020
Professor Heather Smith
Lydia Wysocki
Roma Translanguaging Enquiry Learning Space (ROMtels)2020
Professor Heather Smith
Lydia Wysocki
Translanguaging as a political act with Roma: carving a path between pluralism and collectivism for transformation2020
Lydia Wysocki
Professor David Leat
Collaborative comic as Boundary Object: the creation, reading, and uses of Freedom City Comics Cómic colaborativo como Objeto de Frontera: la creación, lectura y usos de Freedom City Comics2019
Lydia Wysocki
Comics in Qualitative Research2019
Professor Janice McLaughlin
Lydia Wysocki
Drawing the MRI: Qualitatively evaluating a comic form information guide to having an MRI and reflecting on the collaborative process2019
Lydia Wysocki
Linking research and practice: qualitative social science data collection at a UK comics convention2019
Lydia Wysocki
Comics as a method throughout an empirical research process2018
Lydia Wysocki
Farting Jellyfish and Synergistic Opportunities: The Story and Evaluation of Newcastle Science Comic2018
Lydia Wysocki
Freedom City Comics2017
Lydia Wysocki
Internet research methods second edition2017
Lydia Wysocki
Spineless: The Newcastle Science Comic2015
Lydia Wysocki
EPIC THEMES IN AWESOME WAYS: How we made Asteroid Belter: The Newcastle Science Comic, and why it matters2014
Lydia Wysocki
Asteroid Belter: The Newcastle Science Comic2013
Lydia Wysocki
Sociometric mapping of who talks to whom in class2012