Dr Dawn Mannay
Address:Room 1.03 Glamorgan Building
- BA. Education, First Class Honours, Cardiff University
- MSc. Social Science Research Methods, Cardiff University
- PhD Social Science, Cardiff University
Dawn Mannay is a Lecturer in Social Science (Psychology) at Cardiff University and also held the posts of Associate Lecturer at the Open University and Visiting Lecturer at the University of Newport; as well as being involved with the Women Making a Difference Program. Her research interests revolve around class, education, gender, geography, generation, violence and inequality: and she employs participatory, visual, creative and narrative methods in her work with marginalised communities.
Mannay, D. (in progress) ‘If it’s pink, scrape the pink off’: negotiating acceptable ‘tomboy’ femininity in the playground. Women in Society
Mannay, D. (in progress) Intergenerational spaces of fantasy, hope, desire and fear: utilising possible selves narratives to examine the imagined futures and lost pasts of mothers and daughters on the margins of contemporary Wales In R. M. Vanderbeck and Worth, N. Intergenerational Space. London: Routledge.
Mannay, D. (in progress). Story telling beyond the academy: exploring roles, responsibilities and regulations in the Open Access dissemination of research data. Journal of Corporate Citizenship.
Mannay, D. and Morgan, M. (in progress). Anatomies of inequality: Considering the emotional cost of aiming higher for marginalised, mature mothers re-entering education. Journal of Adult and Continuing Education
Mannay, D. (in progress) Who should do the dishes now? Exploring gender binaries around housework in contemporary urban south Wales. Contemporary Wales.
Mannay, D. and O’Connell, C. (in progress). Accessing the academy: developing strategies to engage and retain marginalised young people on successful educational pathways. Social Theory, Empirics, Policy and Practice
Mannay, D. and O’Connell, C. (in progress). Accessing the Ivory Tower: exploring new forms of non-hierarchical organisation to facilitate entry, acceptance and ownership in the academy. Journal of Organizational Ethnography