Publications

Goodwin, J. and O'Connor, H. (2007) 'Researching Forty Years of Learning For Work: The Experiences of One Cohort of Workers', Journal of Vocational Education and Training, Vol.59, No. 3, pp. 349-367.

Goodwin, J. and O'Connor, H. (2007) 'Continuity and Change in Forty Years of School-to-Work Transition', International Journal of Lifelong Education, Vol. 26, No. 5 pp. 555-572.

Goodwin, J. and O’Connor, H. (2006) Norbert Elias and the Lost Young Worker Project Journal of Youth Studies, Vol. 9, No. 2., pp. 159-173.

Madge, C. and O’Connor, H. (2006) Parenting Gone Wired: Empowerment of New Mothers on the Internet? Social and Cultural Geography, Vol. 7, No. 2 pp. 199-220.

Goodwin, J. and O'Connor, H. (2006) Contextualising the Research Process: Using Interviewer Notes in the Secondary Analysis of Qualitative Data, The Qualitative Report, Volume 11. No. 2.

O’Connor, H. and Madge, C. (2005) ‘My Mum’s Thirty Year’s Out Of Date: The Role Of The Internet In The Transition To Motherhood, Community, Work and Family, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 351-369.

Goodwin, J. and O’Connor, H. (2005) Engineer, Mechanic or Carpenter: Boys Transitions to Work in the 1960s. Journal of Education and Work, Volume 18 (4), pp. 451-471.

Goodwin, J. and O'Connor, H. (2005) Exploring Complex Transitions: Looking Back at the ‘Golden Age’ of Youth Transitions, Sociology, Vol. 39, No. 2., pp. 201-220.

Madge, C. and O’Connor, H. (2005) Mothers In The Making?: Exploring Liminality In Hybrid Cyber/Space. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers. Vol. 30, Issue 1, pp. 83-97.

O’Connor, H. and Goodwin, J. (2004) ‘She Wants To Be Like Her Mum’: Girls’ Experience Of The School-To-Work Transitions In The 1960s, Journal of Education and Work, Vol.17, No. 1, pp. 95-118.

Madge, C. and O’Connor, H. (2004) Online Methods in Geography Educational Research. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. Vol. 28, No 1, pp. 143-152.

Goodwin, J. and O’Connor, H. (2003) Entering Work in the 1960s: Reflections and Expectations, Education and Training, Vol. 45, No. 1, pp. 13-21 (Winner of Emerald Publishing Group Outstanding Paper Award for Excellence 2004).

O’Connor, H. and Madge, C. (2003) ‘Focus Groups in Cyberspace’: Using the Internet for Qualitative Research, Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal. Vol. 6, No. 2, pp.133-143.

O’Connor, H. and Goodwin, J. (2002) Work and the Diaspora: Locating Irish Workers in the British Labour Market, Irish Journal of Sociology, Vol. 11, No. 2, pp. 27-53.

O’Connor, H. and Madge, C. (2002) Group Interviewing Online: Lessons from the Cyberparents Project, Marketing Intelligence & Planning Journal, Vol. 20, No. 3, pp.185-198.

Madge, C. and O’Connor, H. (2002) Online With The E-Mums: Exploring The Internet As A Medium For Research, Area, Vol. 34, Number 1, pp.92-102.

O’Connor, H. and Madge, C. (2001) Cybermothers: Online Synchronous Interviewing Using Conferencing Software, Sociological Research Online, Vol. 5 issue 4.

King, R. and O’Connor, H. (1996) ‘Migration and Gender: Irish Women in Leicester’ Geography, Vol. 81 (4) pp.311-325.

Book Chapters

O’Connor, H. and Madge, C. (2012) Using The Internet For The Collection Of Qualitative Data. Chapter in Bryman, A., Becker, S. and Ferguson, H. (Eds.) Understanding Research Methods for Social Policy and Social Work: Themes, methods and approaches, 2nd Edition. Policy Press.

Goodwin, J and O'Connor, H. (2009) Youth and Generation: In the Midst of an Adult World: in Furlong, A. (Ed) Handbook of Youth and Young Adulthood: New Perspectives and Agendas. London: Routledge, pp. 22-30.

O’Connor, H., Madge, C., Shaw, R. and Wellens, J. (2008) Internet-based Interviewing Chapter 14 in Fielding, N. and Lee, R. (Eds.) Handbook of Online Research Methods, Sage: London, pp. 271-289.

O'Connor, H. and Goodwin, J. (2005) Girl’s Perceptions of Adulthood in the 1960s. Chapter 4 in Pilcher, J., Pole, C., and Williams, J. (Eds.) Young People in Transition. Becoming Citizens? London: Palgrave, pp. 52-73.

O’Connor, H. and Madge, C. (2004) Using The Internet For The Collection Of Qualitative Data. Chapter in Bryman, A. and Becker, S. (Eds.) Understanding Research Methods for Social Policy and Practice. Policy Press, pp. 294-298.

Goodwin, J. and O’Connor, H. (2003) The Young Worker Project Renewed. In Dunning E., and Mennell, S. (2003) Norbert Elias, London: Sage, pp. 39-43.

Goodwin, J. and O’Connor, H. (2001) ‘Learning the Ropes’: Young Workers’ Reflections on Workplace Learning in the 1960s. In Streumer, J. N (Ed.) Perspectives on Learning at the Workplace, Enschede: University of Twente, pp. 65-70.

Other Outputs

Goodwin, J., O’Connor, H., Plugor, R. (2012) Doctoral Experiences at the University of Leicester, Journal for Excellence in Teaching and Learning.

Goodwin J., O’Connor H. & Quinn M (2009) Youth Employment in Vietnam: Report of Survey Findings. Vietnam Chamber of Commerce (VCCI)/International Labour Organization(ILO). Hanoi and Geneva, pp 1-39.

Wellens, J., Madge, C., O’Connor, H., Shaw, R. and Hooley, T. (2006) A new virtual training environment to support researchers using online methods. Qualitative Researcher, Cardiff University, Issue 2, Spring.

O’Connor, H. (2006) Online Interviews. Section 2: Exploring Online Research Methods Project Website, ESRC and University of Leicester.

Goodwin, J. and O'Connor, H. (2002) The Young Workers Project Renewed. Figurations: The Newsletter of the Norbert Elias Foundation, No. 17, pp. 2-3.

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