Dr Sarah Christie


NameDr Sarah Christie
Job titleLecturer

Research outputs

First in family to attend University: understanding and enabling the parent-child support relationship

Apps, J. and Christie, S. 2018. First in family to attend University: understanding and enabling the parent-child support relationship. International Journal About Parents in Education. 10 (1), pp. 59-69.

The experience of pregnancy and early parenting for women who are addicted to heroin

Christie, S. 2015. The experience of pregnancy and early parenting for women who are addicted to heroin.

Theorizing the relationship between UK schools and migrant parents of Eastern European origin: the parents’ perspective

Christie, S. and Szorenyi, A. 2015. Theorizing the relationship between UK schools and migrant parents of Eastern European origin: the parents’ perspective. The International Journal about Parents in Education. 9 (1), pp. 145-156.

Positivist scientific exploration – can universal truths and grand narratives be discovered in research about human beings?

Christie, S. 2015. Positivist scientific exploration – can universal truths and grand narratives be discovered in research about human beings? in: David, T., Goouch, K. and Powell, S. (ed.) The Routledge International Handbook of Philosophies and Theories of Early Childhood Education and Care. Abingdon Routledge. pp. 189-200

A preliminary report exploring the need for and development of a coherent Personal and Social Education curriculum

Maynard, T., Moss, J., Bowie, B., Christie, S., Bainbridge, A., Barnes, J., Blamires, M., Hassett, A., Powell, S., Robinson, S. and Canterbury Christ Church University 2013. A preliminary report exploring the need for and development of a coherent Personal and Social Education curriculum.

Intentional psychology, accidental biography: using a post hoc lens of biography to view the development of a psychological theory of learning and evolution during simultaneous life transitions of becoming a mother and recovering from heroin addiction.

Christie, S. 2013. Intentional psychology, accidental biography: using a post hoc lens of biography to view the development of a psychological theory of learning and evolution during simultaneous life transitions of becoming a mother and recovering from heroin addiction.
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