Kim Allen
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Young people's uses of celebrity: class, gender and ‘improper’celebrity
K Allen, H Mendick
Discourse: studies in the cultural politics of education 34 (1), 77-93, 2013
1032013
Keeping it real? Social class, young people and ‘authenticity’in reality TV
K Allen, H Mendick
Sociology 47 (3), 460-476, 2013
942013
‘We can get everything we want if we try hard’: Young people, celebrity, hard work
H Mendick, K Allen, L Harvey
British Journal of Educational Studies 63 (2), 161-178, 2015
692015
Young women negotiating maternal subjectivities: The significance of social class
K Allen, J Osgood
Studies in the Maternal 1 (2), 1-17, 2009
662009
Thinking with ‘White Dee’: The gender politics of ‘austerity porn’
K Allen, I Tyler, S De Benedictis
Sociological Research Online 19 (3), 256-262, 2014
552014
Following policy: A network ethnography of the UK character education policy community
K Allen, A Bull
Sociological Research Online 23 (2), 438-458, 2018
472018
Producing and consuming inequality: A cultural sociology of the cultural industries
D O’Brien, K Allen, S Friedman, A Saha
Cultural Sociology 11 (3), 271-282, 2017
442017
Top girls navigating austere times: Interrogating youth transitions since the ‘crisis’
K Allen
Journal of Youth Studies 19 (6), 805-820, 2016
412016
Girls Imagining Careers in the Limelight
K Allen
In the limelight and under the microscope: Forms and functions of female …, 2011
412011
Celebrity, aspiration and contemporary youth: Education and inequality in an era of austerity
H Mendick, A Ahmad, K Allen, L Harvey
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2018
392018
Welfare queens, thrifty housewives, and do-it-all mums: Celebrity motherhood and the cultural politics of austerity
K Allen, H Mendick, L Harvey, A Ahmad
Feminist Media Studies 15 (6), 907-925, 2015
382015
Portraying poverty: The economics and ethics of factual welfare television
S De Benedictis, K Allen, T Jensen
Cultural Sociology 11 (3), 337-358, 2017
272017
Extraordinary acts and ordinary pleasures: Rhetorics of inequality in young people’s talk about celebrity
L Harvey, K Allen, H Mendick
Discourse & society 26 (4), 428-444, 2015
142015
Turning to the empirical audience: the desired but denied object of celebrity studies?
H Mendick, K Allen, L Harvey
Celebrity studies 6 (3), 374-377, 2015
122015
Engaging ‘Hard-to-Reach’Parents in Early Years Music-making
J Osgood, D Albon, K Allen, S Hollingsworth
London: Youth Music, 2013
112013
Collisions, coalitions and riotous subjects: Reflections, repercussions and reverberations-an introduction
K Allen, S Hollingworth, A Mansaray, Y Taylor
Sociological Research Online 18 (4), 1-14, 2013
92013
Celebrity culture and young people's aspirations: a resource for careers education?
K Allen, H Mendick
Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling 34 (1 …, 2015
62015
The influence of new media technologies used in learning on young people’s career aspirations
S Hollingworth, K Allen, KA Kuyok, K Williams
London Metropolitan university. London: Institute for Policy Studies in …, 2009
42009
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