Martin Woodhead
Martin Woodhead
Young Lives, University of Oxford; Emeritus Professor, The Open University.
Verified email at qeh.ox.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Subjects, objects or participants? Dilemmas of psychological research with children
M Woodhead, D Faulkner
Research with children, 26-55, 2008
5662008
Psychology and the cultural construction of children’s needs
M Woodhead
Constructing and reconstructing childhood, 54-73, 2015
5242015
How can children tell us about their wellbeing? Exploring the potential of participatory research approaches within young lives
G Crivello, L Camfield, M Woodhead
Social indicators research 90 (1), 51-72, 2009
2572009
Combatting child labour: listen to what the children say
M Woodhead
Childhood 6 (1), 27-49, 1999
2311999
In Search of the Rainbow: Pathways to Quality in Large-Scale Programmes for Young Disadvantaged Children. Early Childhood Development: Practice and Reflections Number 10.
M Woodhead
Bernard van Leer Foundation, PO Box 82334, 2508 EH, The Hague, Netherlands …, 1996
2281996
When psychology informs public policy: The case of early childhood intervention.
M Woodhead
American psychologist 43 (6), 443, 1988
2061988
Changing perspectives on early childhood: theory, research and policy
M Woodhead
International Journal of Equity and Innovation in Early Childhood 4 (2), 1-43, 2006
2042006
Wellbeing research in developing countries: Reviewing the role of qualitative methods
L Camfield, G Crivello, M Woodhead
Social Indicators Research 90 (1), 5, 2009
1902009
Editorial: What works? The role of evidence in public sector policy and practice
HTO Davies, SM Nutley, PC Smith
Taylor & Francis Group 19 (1), 3-5, 1999
189*1999
Reconstructing developmental psychology—Some first steps
M Woodhead
Children & Society 13 (1), 3-19, 1999
1821999
Early childhood transitions research: A review of concepts, theory, and practice’Working Paper 48
P Vogler, C Gina, M Woodhead
Bernard van Leer Foundation, 2008
1692008
A cultural perspective on the transition from prelinguistic to linguistic communication
BB Schieffelin, E Ochs
1983 77, 115-31, 1983
166*1983
Does growth in private schooling contribute to Education for All? Evidence from a longitudinal, two cohort study in Andhra Pradesh, India
M Woodhead, M Frost, Z James
International Journal of Educational Development 33 (1), 65-73, 2013
1492013
Early childhood development: A question of rights
M Woodhead
International Journal of Early Childhood 37 (3), 79, 2005
1442005
Understanding childhood: an interdisciplinary approach
M Woodhead, H Montgomery
Wiley, 2002
1352002
The joint socialisation of development by young children and adults
B Rogoff
Learning to think, 1991
1341991
Children's perspectives on their working lives: a participatory study in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, The Philippines, Guatemala, El Salvador and Nicaragua
M Woodhead
Radda Barnen, 1998
1271998
Childhood studies: Past, present and future
M Woodhead
Open University Press, 2008
1242008
Psychosocial impacts of child work: A framework for research, monitoring and intervention
M Woodhead
Int'l J. Child. Rts. 12, 321, 2004
1242004
What's the use of'well-being'in contexts of child poverty? approaches to research, monitoring and children's participation
N Streuli, M Woodhead, L Camfield
The International Journal of Children's Rights 17 (1), 65-109, 2009
1232009
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