Sarah Barnard
Sarah Barnard
Lecturer, School of Business and Economics, Loughborough University
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‘They're not girly girls’: an exploration of quantitative and qualitative data on engineering and gender in higher education
S Barnard, T Hassan, B Bagilhole, A Dainty
European Journal of Engineering Education 37 (2), 193-204, 2012
Researching UK women professionals in SET: A critical review of current approaches
S Barnard, A Powell, B Bagilhole, A Dainty
International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology 2 (3), 2010
Researching cultures in science, engineering and technology: an analysis of current and past literature. Research Report Series for UKRC No. 7
B Bagilhole, A Powell, S Barnard, A Dainty
UKRC, 2008
‘Celebrate humanity’or ‘consumers?’: A critical evaluation of a brand in motion
J Maguire, S Barnard, K Butler, P Golding
Social Identities 14 (1), 63-76, 2008
Athena SWAN and ADVANCE: effectiveness and lessons learned
SV Rosser, S Barnard, M Carnes, F Munir
The lancet 393 (10171), 604-608, 2019
Olympism and consumption: An analysis of advertising in the British media coverage of the 2004 Athens Olympic Games
J Maguire, K Butler, S Barnard, P Golding
Sociology of Sport Journal 25 (2), 167-186, 2008
Understanding the logic of EU reporting from Brussels: analysis of interviews with EU correspondents and spokespersons
AIM Research Consortium
Projekt Verlag, 2007
'Making the news:'the 2004 Athens Olympics and competing ideologies?
S Barnard, K Butler, P Golding, J Maguire
Olympika: The International Journal of Olympic Studies 15, 35-57, 2006
The strategic impacts of Intelligent Automation for knowledge and service work: An interdisciplinary review
C Coombs, D Hislop, SK Taneva, S Barnard
The Journal of Strategic Information Systems 29 (4), 101600, 2020
Olympic legacies in the IOC's ‘celebrate humanity’campaign: Ancient or modern?
J Maguire, S Barnard, K Butler, P Golding
The international journal of the history of sport 25 (14), 2041-2059, 2008
The Athena SWAN Charter: promoting commitment to gender equality in higher education institutions in the UK
S Barnard
Gendered success in higher education, 155-174, 2017
No more softly, softly: review of women in the construction workforce
L Clarke, E Michielsens, S Snijders, C Wall
ProBE publication, 2015
Impact of artificial intelligence, robotics and automation technologies on work
D Hislop, C Coombs, S Taneva, S Barnard
CIPD Rapid evidence review, 2017
Interdisciplinary content, contestations of knowledge and informational transparency in engineering curriculum
S Barnard, T Hassan, A Dainty, B Bagilhole
Teaching in Higher Education 18 (7), 748-760, 2013
The case of Great Britain
P Golding, D Deacon, J McGuigan, H Purdey, S Rawson
Adequate Information Management in Europe, 2005
Onwards and upwards: tracking women’s work experience in higher education year 3 report
J Arnold, S Barnard, S Bosley, F Munir
London, UK: Advance HE, 2019
Researching Cultures in Science
B Bagilhole, A Powell, S Barnard, A Dainty
Engineering and Technology: An Analysis of Current and Past Literature, 2008
Pushing the limits: The need for a behavioural approach to equality in civil engineering
CR McCarthy, DS Thomson, SH Barnard, ARJ Dainty
International Journal of Gender, Science and Technology 11 (1), 146-174, 2019
Coming out and staying in: how sexual orientation and gender identity matters in construction employment
S Barnard, A Dainty
Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers-Municipal Engineer 171 (3 …, 2018
Understanding social constructions of becoming an academic through women’s collective career narratives
S Barnard, A Rose, A Dainty, T Hassan
Journal of Further and Higher Education, 1-14, 2021
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