Martin Ashley

Senior Research Fellow, Faculty of Education

FOE:FOE Research

Masculinity and boyhood, Male participation in choral singing, Epidemiology of the secular trend in boys' pubertal timing, Sustainable development education, Middle school education and Y6 - Y8 transition

I joined Edge Hill University in 2007 from UWE Bristol as a Reader in Education where I had held an AHRC research fellowship in masculinity and singing. I became Head of Research in 2008. I had previously taught for seventeen years in maintained and independent schools and before that, worked for the BBC in television film sound. My main research interest is in boys’ participation in choral singing and the development of boys’ voices during early adolescence. I have published two books and a substantial number of research papers about this. Two further books on this topic are currently in presmore...

* LTCL, Trinity College of Music, London, organ, performer., 1978. * B.Ed., University of London, Music, science and PE, middle years with QTS, 1979. * M.Phil., University of the West of England, Bristol, Peer Attachments and social deviancy in the primary school, 1993. * Ph.D., University of the West of England, Bristol, Value as a reason for action in environmental education, 1998. * PGCert HE, University of the West of England, 2001. * FHEA, Higher Education Academy, 2007.

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