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Tyrrell, Naomi and Sime, Daniela and Kelly, Claire and McMellon, Christina (2018) Belonging in Brexit Britain : Central and Eastern European 1.5 generation young people’s experiences. Population, Space and Place. ISSN 1544-8444

Sime, Daniela (2018) Educating migrant and refugee pupils. In: Scottish Education. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh. ISBN 9781474437844

McMellon, Christina and Sime, Daniela and Corson, Stephen and Käkelä, Emmaleena and Tyrell, Naomi and Kelly, Claire and Moskal, Marta (2018) Eastern European Young People's Political and Community Engagement in the UK. [Report]

Kelly, Claire and Tyrell, Naomi and Sime, Daniela and Käkelä, Emmaleena and Corson, Stephen and McMellon, Christina and Moskal, Marta (2018) Eastern European Young People's Use of Services in the UK. [Report]

Sime, Daniela (2018) Belonging and ontological security among Eastern European migrant parents and their children. Central and Eastern European Migration Review, 7 (1). pp. 35-53. ISSN 2300-1682

Tyrell, Naomi and Käkelä, Emmaleena and Corson, Stephen and Sime, Daniela and Kelly, Claire and McMellon, Christina and Moskal, Marta (2018) Eastern European Young People's Feelings of Belonging : Any Place in Brexit Britain? [Report]

Sime, Daniela and Kakela, Emmaleena and Corson, Stephen and Tyrell, Naomi and McMellon, Christina and Kelly, Claire and Moskal, Marta (2017) Eastern European Young People in Brexit Britain : Racism, Anxiety and a Precarious Future [Research and Policy Briefing No.1]. [Report]

Sime, Daniela and Fassetta, Giovanna and McClung, Michele (2017) 'It's good enough that our children are accepted' : Roma mothers' views of children's education post migration. British Journal of Sociology of Education. pp. 1-17. ISSN 1465-3346

Sime, Daniela (2017) Challenging barriers to participation : doing research with migrant children and young people. In: Methodological Approaches. Geographies of Children and Young People, 2 (1). Springer, Singapore, pp. 135-157. ISBN 9789812870193

Sime, Daniela (2016) Migrant children and young people's 'voice' in healthcare. In: Handbook of Migration and Health. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, Cheltenham. ISBN 9781784714772

Sime, Daniela (2016) Migrant children in cities : the spatial constructions of their everyday lives. In: Movement, Mobilities and Journeys. Geographies of Children and Young People, 6 . Springer, Singapore, pp. 271-288. ISBN 9789812870285

Forbes, Joan and Sime, Daniela (2016) Relations between child poverty and new migrant child status, academic attainment and social participation : insights using social capital theory. Education Sciences, 6 (3). pp. 1-15. ISSN 2227-7102

Sime, Daniela and Fox, Rachael (2015) Migrant children, social capital and access to services : transitions, negotiations and complex agencies. Children and Society, 29 (6). 524–534. ISSN 0951-0605

Moskal, Marta and Sime, Daniela (2015) Polish migrant children’s transcultural lives and transnational language use. Central and Eastern European Migration Review. ISSN 2300-1682

Sime, Daniela and Fox, Rachael (2015) Home abroad : Eastern European children's family and peer relationships after migration. Childhood, 22 (3). pp. 377-393. ISSN 1461-7013

Sime, Daniela (2015) Researching children's lives : on becoming and being a sociologist in education. In: Sociologists' Tales. Policy Press, Bristol, pp. 257-262. ISBN 9781447318668

Sime, Daniela and Pietka-Nykaza, Emilia (2015) Transnational intergenerationalities : cultural learning in Polish migrant families and its implications for pedagogy. Language and Intercultural Communication, 15 (2). ISSN 1747-759X

Sime, Daniela (2015) The Health of EU Migrant Children in the UK. [Report]

Forbes, Joan and Sime, Daniela and McCartney, Elspeth and Graham, Archie and Valyo, Anne and Weiner, Gaby (2015) Poverty and Children's Access to Services and Social Participation. [Report]

Sime, Daniela and Forbes, Joan and Lerpiniere, Jennifer (2015) Poverty and Children's Education. Scottish Universities Insight Institute, University of Strathclyde.

Willis, Mark and Sime, Daniela and Lerpiniere, Jennifer (2015) Poverty and children's health and well-being : policy briefing. [Report]

Sime, Daniela (2015) Poverty in Scotland. In: Poor Europe. Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Śląskiego, Katowice, pp. 1-16. ISBN 9788380125810

Sime, Daniela (2014) 'I think that Polish doctors are better' : experiences with and views of health services in Scotland among newly arrived migrant children and their parents. Health and Place, 30. pp. 86-93. ISSN 1353-8292

Sime, Daniela and Fassetta, Giovanna and McClung, Michele (2014) Roma Families' Engagement with Education and Other Services. [Report]

Sime, Daniela and Sheridan, Marion (2014) 'You want the best for your kids' : improving educational outcomes for children living in poverty through parental engagement. Educational Research, 56 (3). pp. 327-342. ISSN 0013-1881

Sime, Daniela (2013) Poverty and schooling in Scotland. In: Scottish Education. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 860-870. ISBN 9780748645824

Sime, Daniela and Fox, Rachael and Pietka, Emilia (2010) At home abroad: the life experiences of children of migrant workers in Scotland. [Report]

Save the Children (Funder) (2009) Improving outcomes for children living in poverty through home-school partnerships in the early years: final report. [Report]

Sime, Daniela (2008) 'Because of her gesture, it's very easy to understand'- learners' perceptions of teachers' gestures in the foreign language class. In: Gesture. ESL & Applied Linguistics Prrofessional Series . Routledge, New York, pp. 259-280. ISBN 9780805860528

Sime, D. (2008) Ethical and methodological issues in engaging young people living in poverty with participatory research methods. Children's Geographies, 6 (1). pp. 63-78. ISSN 1473-3285

Sime, Daniela (2006) What do learners make of teachers' gestures in the language classroom? International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching, 44 (2). pp. 211-230. ISSN 0019-042X

Priestley, Mark and Sime, Daniela (2005) Formative assessment for all : a whole-school approach to pedagogic change. Curriculum Journal, 16 (4). pp. 475-492. ISSN 0958-5176

Sime, Daniela and Priestley, Mark (2005) Student teachers' first reflections on information and communications technology and classroom learning : implications for initial teacher education. Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, 21 (2). pp. 130-142. ISSN 0266-4909

Becta (British Educational Communication and Technology Agency) (Funder) (2005) Already at a disadvantage? ICT in the home and children's preparation for primary school. (ICT Research Bursaries 2004 - Final Report). [Report]

Sime, D. (2005) Perceiving the whole teacher: speaking and gesturing in the language class. In: Holistic Approaches to Language Learning. Kolloquium Fremdsprachenunterricht, 20 . Peter Lang AG, pp. 87-102. ISBN 978-3-631-53984-2

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