Helena Pimlott-Wilson
Helena Pimlott-Wilson
Senior Lecturer in Human Geography, Loughborough University
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Geographies of education and the significance of children, youth and families
SL Holloway, P Hubbard, H Jöns, H Pimlott-Wilson
Progress in Human Geography 34 (5), 583-600, 2010
2452010
International education and the employability of UK students
R Brooks, J Waters, H Pimlott‐Wilson
British Educational Research Journal 38 (2), 281-298, 2012
942012
Enriching children, institutionalizing childhood? Geographies of play, extracurricular activities, and parenting in England
SL Holloway, H Pimlott-Wilson
Annals of the Association of American Geographers 104 (3), 613-627, 2014
932014
Youthful escapes? British students, overseas education and the pursuit of happiness
J Waters, R Brooks, H Pimlott-Wilson
Social & Cultural Geography 12 (5), 455-469, 2011
882011
The politics of aspiration: neo-liberal education policy,‘low’parental aspirations, and primary school Extended Services in disadvantaged communities
SL Holloway, H Pimlott-Wilson
Children's Geographies 9 (1), 79-94, 2011
762011
Educational mobility and the gendered geography of cultural capital: The case of international student flows between Central Asia and the UK
SL Holloway, SL O'Hara, H Pimlott-Wilson
Environment and Planning A 44 (9), 2278-2294, 2012
732012
Neoliberalism, policy localisation and idealised subjects: a case study on educational restructuring in England
SL Holloway, H Pimlott‐Wilson
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 37 (4), 639-654, 2012
612012
Editorial introduction: Geographies of education and aspiration
SL Holloway, G Brown, H Pimlott-Wilson
Children's Geographies 9 (1), 1-5, 2011
602011
The role of familial habitus in shaping children's views of their future employment
H Pimlott-Wilson
Children's Geographies 9 (1), 111-118, 2011
582011
“Any advice is welcome isn't it?”: Neoliberal parenting education, local mothering cultures, and social class
SL Holloway, H Pimlott-Wilson
Environment and Planning A 46 (1), 94-111, 2014
562014
Individualising the future: the emotional geographies of neoliberal governance in young people's aspirations
H Pimlott‐Wilson
Area 49 (3), 288-295, 2017
482017
Geographies of children, youth and families: defining achievements, debating the agenda
SL Holloway, HP IMLOTT-WILSON
Geographies of children, youth and families, 29-44, 2010
482010
Visualising children’s participation in research: Lego Duplo, rainbows and clouds and moodboards
H Pimlott-Wilson
International Journal of Social Research Methodology 15 (2), 135-148, 2012
422012
New economy, neoliberal state and professionalised parenting: mothers’ labour market engagement and state support for social reproduction in class‐differentiated Britain
SL Holloway, H Pimlott‐Wilson
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 41 (4), 376-388, 2016
262016
Parental involvement in children's learning: Mothers' fourth shift, social class, and the growth of state intervention in family life
SL Holloway, H Pimlott‐Wilson
The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien 57 (3), 327-336, 2013
252013
Everyday experiences of economic change: repositioning geographies of children, youth and families
H Pimlott‐Wilson, SM Hall
Area 49 (3), 258-265, 2017
172017
Work–life reconciliation: Including children in the conversation
H Pimlott-Wilson
Geoforum 43 (5), 916-925, 2012
112012
Learning while playing: Children's forest school experiences in the UK
JK Coates, H Pimlott‐Wilson
British Educational Research Journal 45 (1), 21-40, 2019
92019
Parental responsibility for paid employment and social reproduction: children’s experiences in middle-class and working-class households in England
H Pimlott-Wilson
Environment and Planning A 47 (9), 1892-1906, 2015
92015
Reconceptualising play: Balancing childcare, extra‐curricular activities and free play in contemporary childhoods
SL Holloway, H Pimlott‐Wilson
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 43 (3), 420-434, 2018
82018
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