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Linda Cooper and Chrissie Rogers

Linda Cooper

Linda is a Senior Lecturer in Education Studies and Course Leader in Education and Childhood Studies. She is also working as a researcher at the University of Cambridge on the 'BUILD' project, a study into early careers teachers' development of inclusive pedagogy. Linda completed her PhD 'Extended Mothering: Maternal Influences in Daughters' Higher Education' at Anglia Ruskin which was on the attitudes to higher education of mother and daughter dyads. Linda has published in Gender and Education. Linda has also published in early childhood research with Mallika Kanyal, in both peer-reviewed journals and book chapters.

Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education
Bishop Hall Lane
United Kingdom

Email: linda.cooper@anglia.ac.uk
Web: http://www.anglia.ac.uk/ruskin/en/home/faculties/fhsce/about/staff/a-z/linda_cooper.html

Chrissie Rogers

Chrissie is a Senior Lecturer in Sociology at Aston University. She graduated from University of Essex with her PhD in 2005. Chrissie secured a post-doctoral fellowship at Cambridge University in 2004-2005. Her research was with parents who had children identified with ‘special educational needs’, which published as a monograph for Palgrave in 2007. More recently Chrissie has co-edited a book, Critical Approaches to Care with Susie Weller. Chrissie is currently working on Intellectual Disability and Social Theory: Philosophical Debates on Being Human for Routledge. She has also followed up on research within the area of relationships and intellectual disability.

Senior Lecturer in Sociology
School of Languages and Social Sciences
Aston University
Aston Triangle, Birmingham, B47ET
United Kingdom

Email: c.rogers3@aston.ac.uk
Web: http://www.aston.ac.uk/lss/staff-directory/dr-chrissie-rogers/

Please direct correspondence about this article to Chrissie Rogers