Anna Piela
Anna Piela
Visiting Scholar
Verified email at northwestern.edu
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Islam and Popular Culture
A Piela
Routledge, 2017
197*2017
Hard-to-reach youth online: Methodological advances in self-harm research
E McDermott, K Roen, A Piela
Sexuality Research & Social Policy, 2013
582013
Muslim Women Online: Faith and Identity in Virtual Space
A Piela
Routledge, 2012
462012
Explaining Self-Harm Youth Cybertalk and Marginalized Sexualities and Genders
E McDermott, K Roen, A Piela
Youth & Society 47 (6), 873-889, 2015
362015
Muslim Women's Online Discussions of Gender Relations in Islam
A Piela
Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 30 (3), 425-435, 2010
332010
Transforming marginalised adult learners’ views of themselves: Access to Higher Education courses in England
H Busher, N James, A Piela, AM Palmer
British Journal of Sociology of Education 35 (5), 2014
302014
Challenging stereotypes: Muslim women's photographic self-representations on the Internet
A Piela
Online-Heidelberg Journal of Religions on the Internet 4 (1), 2010
172010
I am Just Doing my Bit to Promote Modesty: Niqabis' self-portraits on photo-sharing websites
A Piela
Feminist Media Studies 13 (5), 2013
162013
Piety as a concept underpinning Muslim women’s online discussions of marriage and professional career
A Piela
Contemporary Islam 5 (3), 249-265, 2011
132011
How do Muslim women who wear the niqab interact with others online? A case study of a profile on a photo-sharing website
A Piela
new media & society 19 (1), 67-80, 2017
112017
‘I always wanted to do second chance learning’: identities and experiences of tutors on Access to Higher Education courses
H Busher, N James, A Piela
Research in Post-Compulsory Education 20 (2), 127-139, 2015
102015
“Women are Believers in Their Own Right”: One Muslim Woman's Challenge to Dominant Discourses Shaping Gender Relations in Islam
A Piela
The Muslim World 103 (3), 389-403, 2013
102013
Claiming religious authority: Muslim women and new media
A Piela
Media, Religion and Gender: Key Issues and New Challenges, 125-140, 2013
92013
Beyond the traditional-modern binary: Faith and identity in Muslim women’s online matchmaking profiles
A Piela
CyberOrient Jg 5, 2011
82011
On reflection: mature students’ views of teaching and learning on Access to Higher Education Courses
H Busher, N James, A Piela
International Studies in Sociology of Education 25 (4), 296-313, 2015
72015
Muslim women’s online discussions
A Piela
Brief–Online Journal of Snippets, 2, 2009
42009
Videoconferencing as a tool facilitating feminist interviews with Muslim women who wear the niqab
A Piela
Digital Methodologies in the Sociology of Religion, 2015
32015
Online Islamic Spaces as Communities of Practice for Female Muslim Converts Who Wear the Niqab
A Piela
Hawwa: Journal of Women of the Middle East and the Islamic World 13 (3), 363 …, 2015
32015
Muslim Women Speak Online
A Piela
Hawwa: Journal of Women of the Middle East and the Islamic World 13 (3), 271-278, 2015
1*2015
AGENCY AND FUTURE LIFE TRAJECTORIES IN ACCOUNTS OF ACCESS TO HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS IN ENGLAND
A Piela, H Busher, N James, AM Palmer
Changing Configurations of Adult Education in Transitional Times, 156, 2014
12014
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