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Elisabeth Barratt Hacking will consider applications from those applicants who are happy to compete for University and Graduate School funding or obtain external funding. Funding is difficult to obtain and highly competitive. You are responsible for researching sources of funding early (in some cases up to 12 months in advance) and applying (in conjunction with your agreed supervisor) for as many as possible. For further details of Graduate School funding competitions see the webpage at http://www.bath.ac.uk/hss/graduate-school/research-programmes/funding
Barratt Hacking, E. Cutter-McKenzie, A. and Barratt, R. (in press). Children as Active Researchers: the potential of environmental education research involving children. In J. Dillon, A. Wals, M. Brody, B. Stevenson (eds.) The Handbook of Research on Environmental Education. AERA/ Routledge.
Barratt Hacking, E., Barratt, R., 2009. Children researching their urban environment: Developing a methodology. Education 3-13, 37 (4), pp. 371-383.
Hacking, E. B., Barratt, R., 2008. A Clash of Worlds: children talking about their community experience in relation to the school curriculum. In: Reid, A., Jensen, B. B., Nikel, J., Simovska, V., eds. Participation and learning: Perspectives on education and the environment, health and sustainability. Springer Press.
Barratt Hacking, E., Scott, W.A.H., Barratt, R., 2007. Children's Research into their Local Environment: Stevenson's gap, and possibilities for the curriculum. Environmental Education Research, 13, 225--245.
Barratt Hacking, E., Barratt, R., Scott, W.A.H., 2007. Engaging Children: research issues around participation and environmental learning. Environmental Education Research, 14 (2), pp. 529-544.
Barratt Hacking E., Scott ,W.A.H., Barratt R., Talbot W., Nicholls D., and Davies K. (2007). Education for Sustainability: schools and their communities in: J. Chi-Lee & M. Williams (eds.) Environmental and Geographical Education for Sustainability: cultural contexts. New York: Nova Science Publishers, 123-137.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 22.00
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