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Christina Hughes is a Professor in the Department of Sociology, University of Warwick. She has longstanding interests in women's studies and gender relations. Her work spans a number of fields including stepparenting; education and lifelong learning; and women's careers and working lives. She also publishes on social research methods.

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'The seven papers that make up the book cover a wide range of the challenges faced in quantitative feminist academia. Together they successfully argue that quantitative and qualitative methods do not need to be at the opposing ends, but can complement each other in search for new approaches to feminist research.'
-Linda Wijlaars, London, in Significance Feb 2012

'...several of these essays will be of great interest to GAD [gender and development] researchers and practitioners.'
-Gwendolyn Beetham in Gender & Development, vol 20, no 2

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Christina Hughes is Chair of the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Warwick, UK. She has longstanding interests in feminist research methodologies and feminist theory, and is founding co-chair of the Gender and Education Association.

Rachel Lara Cohen is a Lecturer in the Department of Sociology at the University of Surrey, UK. She uses a mixed methods approach to study work and employment and is interested in the use and teaching of research methods.


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