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Dr Kirsty Morrin BA, MA, PHD

Lecturer Sociology, Social Policy and Criminology

    Publications

    2021

    Inside the English Education Lab: Critical Ethnographic Perspectives on the Academies Experiment (Book)

    Kulz, C., Morrin, K. J., & McGinity, R. (Eds.) (2021). Inside the English Education Lab: Critical Ethnographic Perspectives on the Academies Experiment. Manchester University Press.

    2020

    For the Abolition of Academies (and other connected institutions), The Sociological Review Blog (Internet publication)

    Morrin, K. (2020). For the Abolition of Academies (and other connected institutions), The Sociological Review Blog. Retrieved from https://www.thesociologicalreview.com/

    Critical and ‘Connected’ Ethnography: The Case of an Entrepreneurial Academy (Chapter)

    Morrin, K. J. (2020). Critical and ‘Connected’ Ethnography: The Case of an Entrepreneurial Academy. In S. Delamont, & M. Ward (Eds.), Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education. Cheltenam: Elgar.

    ‘The Still-Moving Position’ of the 'Working Class' Feminist Academic: dealing with disloyalty, dislocation and discomfort (Journal article)

    Wilson, A., Reay, D., Morrin, K., & Abrahams, J. (n.d.). ‘The Still-Moving Position’ of the 'Working Class' Feminist Academic: dealing with disloyalty, dislocation and discomfort. Discourse: studies in the cultural politics of education.

    2019

    Mobilising a Feminist Manifesta: Critical Reflections on Challenging and Being Challenged in The Neoliberal Academy (Chapter)

    Morrin, K. J., & The Res-Sisters. (2019). Mobilising a Feminist Manifesta: Critical Reflections on Challenging and Being Challenged in The Neoliberal Academy. In G. Crimmins (Ed.), Resisting Sexism in the Academy: Higher Education, Gender and Intersectionality. Palgrave MacMillan.

    2018

    The 'Gift' of Meritocracy: the Rise (and Fall) of the Academies Programme (Internet publication)

    Morrin, K. J. (2018). The 'Gift' of Meritocracy: the Rise (and Fall) of the Academies Programme. Retrieved from http://discoversociety.org/

    Tensions in Teaching Character: How the ‘entrepreneurial character’ is reproduced, 'refused' and negotiated in an English academy school (Journal article)

    Morrin, K. J. (2018). Tensions in Teaching Character: How the ‘entrepreneurial character’ is reproduced, 'refused' and negotiated in an English academy school. Sociological Research Online, 23(2), 459-476. doi:10.1177/1360780418769670

    DOI: 10.1177/1360780418769670

    2017

    Mobile immobilities: The formation of habitus in 'disadvantaged' families (Chapter)

    Gardner, M., Morrin, K., & Payne, G. (2017). Mobile immobilities: The formation of habitus in 'disadvantaged' families. In Social Mobility for the 21st Century: Everyone a Winner? (pp. 37-53). doi:10.4324/9781315276588

    DOI: 10.4324/9781315276588

    2016

    ‘I’m an Early Career Feminist Academic: Get Me Out of Here?’ Encountering and Resisting the Neoliberal Academy (Chapter)

    Morrin, K. J., & The Res-Sisters. (2016). ‘I’m an Early Career Feminist Academic: Get Me Out of Here?’ Encountering and Resisting the Neoliberal Academy. In Being an Early Career Feminist Academic. Palgrave.

    The Emperor Comes to Town Again: Academies and their Sponsors (Internet publication)

    Morrin, K. J. (2016). The Emperor Comes to Town Again: Academies and their Sponsors. Retrieved from http://discoversociety.org/

    2015

    Unresolved Reflections: Bourdieu, Haunting and Struggling with Ghosts (Chapter)

    Morrin, K. (2015). Unresolved Reflections: Bourdieu, Haunting and Struggling with Ghosts. In J. Thatcher, N. Ingram, C. Burke, & J. Abrahams (Eds.), Bourdieu: The Next Generation The Development of Bourdieu's Intellectual Heritage in Contemporary UK Sociology. Routledge. Retrieved from https://www.routledge.com/