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Nolas, S-M. (2021) ‘Childhood publics in search of an audience: reflections on the children’s environmental movement’, Children’s Geographies. Online First.
Nolas, S-M. and Varvantakis, C. (2021) ‘This Parenting Lark’: Idiomatic Ways of Knowing and an Epistemology of Paying Adequate Attention’. In In Francisco Martinez, Martin Demant Frederiksen and Lili di Puppo (Eds) Peripheral Methodologies: Unlearning, Not-Knowing and Ethnographic Limits. London, Routledge.
Aruldoss, V., Nolas, S-M. and Varvantakis, C. (2021) ‘Thinking with Feeling: Children’s Emotional Orientations to Public Life‘, Childhood, 28(1), pp. 56-71.
Nolas, S-M. (2020) ‘Childhood publics’. In Dan Cook (ed) Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies. London: Sage.
Varvantakis, C. and Nolas, S-M. (2020) ‘Children as Photographers’. In Dan Cook (ed) Encyclopedia of Children and Childhood Studies. London: Sage.
Varvantakis, C., Nolas, S-M. and Aruldoss, V. (2019) ‘Photography, politics and childhood: exploring children’s multimodal relations with the public sphere‘, Visual Studies, 34(3), pp. 266-280. (pre-pub version here.)
Nolas, S-M. and Varvantakis, C. (2019) ‘Fieldnotes for Amateurs’, Social Analysis, 63(3), pp. 130-148. (Open Access).
Aruldoss, V. and Nolas, S-M. (2019) ‘Tracing Indian Girls’ Embodied Orientations Towards Public Life‘, Gender, Place and Culture, 26(11), pp. 1588-1608. (Open Access).
Varvantakis, C. and Nolas, S-M. (2019) ‘Metaphors we experiment with in multimodal ethnography‘, International Journal of Social Research Methodology, 22(4), pp. 365-378. (Open Access).
Nolas, S-M., Aruldoss, V. and Varvantakis, C. (2019) ‘Learning to Listen: exploring the idioms of childhood’, Sociological Review Online, 24(3), pp. 394-413. (Free Access)** (pre-pub version here).
Varvantakis, C., Dragonas, T., Askouni, N. and Nolas, S-M. (2018) ‘Grounding childhood (trans)national identities in everyday life‘, Children & Society, 33(1), pp. 68-81. (Free Access). (pre-pub version here).
Varvantakis, C. (2018) ‘Like the palm of my hand: Children and Public Space in Central Athens’. In LivingMaps Review 4. (Open Access).
Nolas, S-M., Varvantakis, C. and Aruldoss, V. (2017) ‘Political activism across the life course‘, Contemporary Social Science, 12(1-2), pp.1-12. (Open Access).
Nolas, S-M., Varvantakis, C. and Aruldoss, V. (2017) ‘Talking politics in everyday family lives‘, Contemporary Social Science, 12(1-2), pp.68-83. (Open Access).
Nolas, S-M., Varvantakis, C. and Aruldoss, V. (2016) ‘(Im)possible conversations? Activism, childhood and everyday life’, Journal of Social and Political Psychology, 4(1), pp. 252-265. (Open Access).
Nolas, S-M. (2016)[Review] M.S. Pancer (2015) The Psychology of Citizenship and Civic Engagement, Oxford: Oxford University Press’, Social Psychological Review, 18(1), pp. 18-23. ISSN: 2396-9601. (email Melissa for a copy or click on title to access from institutional repository).
Nolas, S-M. (2015) ‘Children’s participation, childhood publics and social change: a review‘ Children & Society, Vol. 29(2), pp.157-167. (email Melissa for a copy or click on title to access from institutional repository).
Varvantakis, C. (2015) ‘Like the Palm of my Hand: Children and Public Space in Central Athens’ in Germanos, D, Liapi, M. (eds.) Digital Proceedings of the Symposium with International Participation: Places for Learning Experiences. Think, Make, Change, Athens: Greek National Documentation Centre.
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