Book chapters

Walton, G. (2018). Curb my cynicism: Employing photo elicitation to address the problem of research on bullying. In M. L. Boucher (Ed.), Participant empowerment through photo-elicitation in ethnographic education research: New perspectives and approaches. (pp. 163 – 175). New York, NY: Springer.

Walton, G. (2018). The two sides of “Run, faggot, run!” In P. Chamness Miller & C. Tsuyoshi McGivern (Eds.), Queer Voices from the Locker Room. (pp. 9 – 15). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Walton, G. (2016). Bullying. In Edward Brockenbrough, Jennifer Ingrey, Wayne Martino, and Nelson M. Rodriguez (Eds.), Queer Studies and Education: Critical Concepts for the Twenty-First Century. (pp. 35 – 46). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Walton, G. (2016). TV bullies: Glee and the perpetuation of bullying. In Elizabeth Marshall & Özlem Sensoy (Eds.), Rethinking Popular Culture & Media, 2nd ed. (pp. 191 – 197). Milwaukee, WI: Rethinking Schools.

Walton, G. (2014). Corrupting children: The regulation of children’s gender presentations and identities and implications for educators and school administrators. In Ira Bogotch and Carolyn Shields (Eds.), International Handbook on Educational Leadership and Social (In)Justice. New York, NY: Springer.

Carter, E.; Oakley, J.; Chambers, L.; Socha, T.; Russell, C.; & Walton, G. (2014). Disgusting [bio]pedagogies: The [in]justices of the schooled healthy body. In Ira Bogotch and Carolyn Shields (Eds.), International Handbook on Educational Leadership and Social (In)Justice. New York, NY: Springer.

Invited: Walton, G. (2011). TV bullies: How Glee and anti-bullying programs miss the mark. In Elizabeth Marshall & Özlem Sensoy (Eds.), Rethinking Popular Culture & Media (pp. 216 – 222). Milwaukee, WI: Rethinking Schools.

Invited: Walton, G. (2009). Eating cake: The paradox of sexuality as a counter-diversity discourse. In Shirley R. Steinberg (Ed.), Diversity and multiculturalism: A reader (pp. 211 – 222). New York, NY:  Peter Lang.

Invited: Walton, G. (2009). Homophobia, heterosexism, and heteronormativity in school. In Cynthia Levine-Rasky (Ed.), Canadian Perspectives on the Sociology of Education (pp. 183 – 195). London, UK: Oxford.