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Professor Alison Phipps
On (not) being the master’s tools: five years of ‘Changing University Cultures’2021
Professor Alison Phipps
White tears, white rage: Victimhood and (as) violence in mainstream feminism2021
Professor Alison Phipps
Me, Not You: the trouble with mainstream feminism2020
Professor Alison Phipps
Reckoning up: sexual harassment and violence in the neoliberal university2020
Professor Alison Phipps
The Fight Against Sexual Violence2019
Professor Alison Phipps
‘Lad culture’ and sexual violence against students2018
Professor Alison Phipps
'Lad culture' and sexual violence against students2018
Professor Alison Phipps
Rape culture, lad culture and everyday sexism: researching, conceptualizing and politicizing new mediations of gender and sexual violence2018
Professor Alison Phipps
(Re)theorising laddish masculinities in higher education2017
Professor Alison Phipps
Sex wars revisited: A rhetorical economy of sex industry opposition2017
Professor Alison Phipps
Speaking up for what’s right: Politics, markets and violence in higher education2017
Professor Alison Phipps
Whose personal is more political? Experience in contemporary feminist politics2016
Professor Alison Phipps
'Lad culture' in higher education: Agency in the sexualization debates2015
Professor Alison Phipps
Neoliberalisation and 'Lad Cultures' in Higher Education2015
Professor Alison Phipps
The Politics of the Body: Gender in a Neoliberal and Neoconservative Age2014
Professor Alison Phipps
Violence against women students in the UK: Time to take action2012
Professor Alison Phipps
Violent and victimized bodies: Sexual violence policy in England and Wales2010
Professor Alison Phipps
Rape and respectability: Ideas about sexual violence and social class2009
Professor Alison Phipps
Why do women in SET need feminism?2008
Professor Alison Phipps
Re-inscribing gender binaries: Deconstructing the dominant discourse around women's equality in science, engineering, and technology2007
Professor Alison Phipps
'I can't do with whinging women!' Feminism and the habitus of 'women in science' activists2006
Professor Alison Phipps
Engineering women: The 'gendering' of professional identities2002