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Osgood, J. and Bhopal, K. (2014) Affective Academics: the negotiated maternal subjectivities of feminist academics, in Women’s Studies International Forum, under review

Osgood, J. and Giugni, M. (2014) Feminist Engagements and Worldviews: Putting Theory to Work in Early Childhood Education, in Special Edition of Reconceptualizing Education Research Methodology, Forthcoming

Osgood, J., Albon, D., Allen, K. and Hollingworth, S. (2013) 'Hard to Reach’ or Nomadic Resistance? Families ‘choosing’ not to participate in Early Childhood Services, in Global Studies in Childhood, Vol 3 (3)

Tsouroufli, M. and Sundaram, V., Davies, I. Hampden-Thompson, G. Lord, P. Jeffes, J. (2013) Diversity, difference and communities in secondary schools in England, in Journal of Diversity in Communities, August

Leathwood, C. and Ross, A. (2013) Editorial: Conceptualising Early School Leaving , pp 327-330 in European Journal of Education: Research, Development and Policy, Vol. 48 (3) August 2013

Jones, E., Osgood, J., Urban, M., MacLure, M. and Holmes, R. (2013) Eu(rope): (re)assembling, (re)casting and (re)aligning lines of de-and re-territorialisation of early childhood, in Qualitative Inquiry, forthcoming

Leathwood, C. and Ross, A. (2013) Problematising Early School Leaving, pp 405-418 in European Journal of Education: Research, Development and Policy, Vol. 48 (3) August 2013

Osgood, J., Albon, D., Allen, K. and Hollingworth, S. (2013) Reconceptualising the notion of ‘hard to reach’: the dilemmas of engaging families, in British Education Research Journal, forthcoming

Leathwood, C. and Read, B. (2013) Research policy and academic performativity: compliance, contestation and complicity , pp1162-1174 in Studies in Higher Education, 38 (8)

Allen, K. and Hollingworth, S. (2013) Social class, place and urban young people’s aspirations for work in the knowledge economy: ‘Sticky subjects’ or ‘cosmopolitan creatives’?, in Urban Studies Special Issue on ‘Young People’s Im/Mobile Urban Geographies’, eds. Tracey Skelton and Kate Gough, 50(3)

Davies, I., Hampden Thompson, G., Calhoun, J., Bramley, G., Tsouroufli, M. & and Sundaram, V. Lord P. and Jeffes, J. (2013) Young people’s community engagement: what does the research evidence tell us?, in British Educational Research Journal, 1

Allen, K. and Mendick, H (2013) Young people’s uses of celebrity: class, gender and ‘improper’ celebrity , in Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 34 (1)

Allen, K., Quinn, J., Hollingworth, S. and Rose, A (2012) Becoming the “ideal” heroic creative worker? Subjectification, neoliberalism and exclusion in higher education student work placements, in British Journal of Sociology of Education, ifirst

Tsouroufli, M. (2012) Breaking in and breaking out a Medical School: Feminist Academic Interrupted , pp467-483 in Special Issue on ‘Being a Feminist Academic’ Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Vol. 13 (5)

Brown, R. , Leathwood, C. and Carosso, H. (2012) Briefing Note on Issues in Higher Education , in New Visions for Education Group, October 2012

Hollingworth, S. & Mansaray, A. (2012) Conviviality under the cosmopolitan canopy? Social mixing and friendships in an urban secondary school , in Sociological Research Online, Volume 17, Issue 3

Davies, I. Hampden-Thompson, G., Tsouroufli, M. and Sundaram, V. Lord, P. Jeffes, J. Bramley, G. (2012) Creating citizenship communities , pp108-119 in Special issue of Social Sciences Education ‘Citizenship and Community, Vol.11 (3)

Davies, I., Hampden-Thompson, G., Tsouroufli, M. and Sundaram, V., Lord, P., Jeffes, J., and Bramley, G. (2012) Editorial, pp3-5 in Special Issue of Journal of Social Sciences Education, Vol. 11 (3)

Tsouroufli, M. and Ozbilgin, M. (2012) Gender and discourses of independent learning in medical education, pp36-47 in Global Education Review, Vol.1 (1)

Leathwood, C. (2012) Researching the impact of developments in research policy, pp 8-9 inResearch Global, The Association of Commonwealth Universities, August 2012, Issue 31

Ross, A. and Zuzeviciute (2011) Border Crossings, moving borders: young people’s constructions of identities in Lithuania in the early 21st Century, pp38-47 in Profesinis Rengimas: Tyrimai ir Realijos,, 20 (Kaunus, Lithuania)

Ross, A. (2011) Border Crossings: Young Peoples’ Identities in a Time of Change , in Claudiu MesaroĊŸ (editor) Knowledge Communication: Transparency, Democracy, Global Governance. Timisoara: West University of Timisoara, pp 65-82

Rose, A. (2011) Exploring the challenges some parents face in supporting their children's learning in an increasingly technologically-driven school environment, in Research and Practice in Adult Literacy Journal (RaPAL), Conference Edition

Maylor, U., Rose, A., Minty, S. and Ross, A., Issa, T., and Kuyok, A. K. (2011) Exploring the impact of supplementary schools on Black and Minority Ethnic pupils’ mainstream attainment, in British Educational Research Journal, iFirst Article, 1-19.

Rose, A. and Atkin, C. (2011) Family literacy programmes: a comparative study of gender roles in England, Ireland and Malta , pp775-790 in Journal of Early Child Development and Care, 18(6)

Tsouroufli, M., Rees, CE., Monrouxe, L. and Sundaram, V. (2011) Gender, Identities and Intersectionality in medical education research, pp213-216 in Medical Education, 45

Tsouroufli, M., Ozbilgin, M. and Smith, M. (2011) Gendered forms of othering in UK hospital medicine: Nostalgia as resistance against the modern doctor. Special Issue: ‘Understanding the dynamic of careers and identities through multiple strands of equality’, pp498-509 in Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Vol. 30 (6)

Hollingworth, S., Mansaray, A., Allen, K. and Rose, A. (2011) Parents’ perspectives on technology and children’s learning in the home: social class and the role of the habitus, pp347–360 in Journal of Computer Assisted Learning, Special Issue 27

Leathwood, C. (2011) Re/presenting Intellectual Subjectivity: Gender and Visual Imagery in the Field of Higher Education, in Gender and Education, iFirst

Tsouroufli, M. (2011) Routinization and constraints on informed choice in one-stop clinic offering first trimester chromosomal antenatal screening for Down’s syndrome, pp 431-436 in Midwifery, 27

Ozbilgin, M., Tsouroufli, M. and Smith, M. (2011) Understanding the interplay of time, gender and professionalism in UK Hospital Medicine, pp1588-94 in Social Science and Medicine, Vol. 72 (10)

Pozadzki, P., Stockl, A. , Musonda, P. and Tsouroufli, M. (2010) A mixed method approach to sense of coherence, health behaviours, self-efficacy and optimism: Towards the operationalization of positive health attitudes, pp246-252 in Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 51

Stead, M., Stradling, R., MacNeil, M., MacKintosh, A. M. , Minty, S. and McDermott, L., Eadie, D. (2010) Bridging the Gap between Evidence and Practice: A Multi-Perspective Examination of Real World Drug Education, pp1-20 in Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 17(1)

Leathwood, C. (2010) Browne’s recommendations will stop widening participation in its tracks’ , in Adults Learning, November 2010, Volume 22(3), pp20

Rose, A. (2010) Challenges facing parents with low education levels in an increasingly technologically-driven school environment, pp9-12 in RaPal (Research and Practice in Adult Literacy), Conference Edition, Volume 73

Kuyok, K. A. (2010) Classification of Horn of Africa school children: is it appropiate for the educational authorities in England to refer to them as refugees?, 67-78 in Intercultural Education, 21

Hollingworth, S. and Williams, K (2010) Multicultural Mixing or Middle-class Reproduction? The White Middle Classes in London Comprehensive Schools, pp47-64 in Space and Polity, 14 (1)

Osgood, J. (2010) Narrative methods in the nursery: (re)-considering claims to give voice through processes of decision-making, pp14-28 in Reconceptualising Educational Research Methodology, 1(1)

Osgood, J. (2010) Negotiating Professionalism: towards a critically reflective emotional professionalism, in Early Years, 30 (1)

Hutchings, M. (2010) Review of 'Industrial Relations In Education: Transforming the School Workforce' by Bob Carter, Howard Stevenson and Rowena Passy , in Workplace: A Journal for Academic Labour, 17, pp109-115

Ross, A. (2010) The University’s role in developing rights and social equity, in Pedagogia no Ensino Superio [Pedagogy in Higher Education] Coimbra: Escola Superior de Educação de Coimbra, 7

Hollingworth, S. and Archer, L. (2010) Urban schools as urban places: school reputation, children’s identities and engagement with education, pp584-603 in Urban Studies, 47(3)

Ross, A. and Dooly, M. (2010) Young people’s intentions about their political activity, pp 43-60 in Citizenship Teaching and Learning, Vol 6 (1)

Robson, J. and Bailey, B. (2009) Bowing from the heart: an investigation into discourses of professionalism and the work of caring for students in FE, pp99-117 in British Journal of Educational Research, 35 (1)

Osgood, J. (2009) Childcare workforce reform in England and 'the early years professional': a critical discourse analysis, pp733-751 in Journal of Education Policy, 24(6)

Hollingworth, S. and Williams, K. (2009) Constructions of the working class ‘other’ among urban white middle class youth: ‘chavs’, subculture and the valuing of education, pp467-483 in Journal of Youth Studies, 12 (5)

Skelton, C., Carrington, B., Francis, B., Hutchings, M. and Read, B. & Hall, I. (2009) Gender ‘matters’ in the primary classroom: pupils’ and teachers' perspectives, pp187-204, in British Educational Research Journal, 35(2)

Leathwood, C. and Hey, V. (2009) Gender/ed Discourses and Emotional Sub-texts: Theorising Emotion in UK Higher Education, pp429-440 in Teaching in Higher Education, 14(4)

Hollingworth, S. (2009) ICT and school improvement: a closer look, in Learning and Teaching Update Newsletter, Issue 28, October

Lawy, R., Quinn, J. and Diment, K. (2009) Listening to 'the thick bunch': (mis)understanding and (mis) interpretation of young people in jobs without training in the South West of England, pp741-755. inBritish Journal of Sociology of Education, 30(6)

Quinn, J. (2009) Many more rivers to cross: women in higher education, pp237-241, in Gender and Education, 21(3)

Allen, K. and Osgood, J. (2009) Motherhood as non-ambition?: young women negotiating maternal subjectivities, in Studies in the Maternal, Issue 2

Hey, V. and Leathwood, C. (2009) Passionate Attachments: Higher Education, Policy, Knowledge, Emotion and Social Justice, pp101-118, in Higher Education Policy, 22

Hollingworth, S. (2009) Review of A. Nayak and M. J. Kehily ‘Gender Youth and Culture, young masculinities and femininities’, pp123-125, in Gender and Education, 21 (1)

Rose, A (2009) Review of: G. Moss - Literacy and Gender: researching texts, contexts and readers , in Gender and Education , 22(2)

Ross, A. and Maylor, U. (2009) Teacher Identities for Multiple Identities, in Europe Social Science Tribune, Vol. 55, Summer 2009 (University of Thessaly Press)

Maylor, U. and Ross, A. (2009) Teacher Identities for Multiple Identities in Europe, in Social Science Tribune, (University of Thessaly, Greece), Vol 55, Summer

Maylor, U. (2009) What is the meaning of 'black'? Researching 'black' respondents. , pp369-387 in Ethnic and Racial Studies, 32 (2)

Maylor, U. (2009) ‘They do not relate to Black people like us’: Black teachers as role models for Black pupils, pp 1-21 in Journal of Education Policy, 24 (1)

Williams, K., Jamieson, F. and Hollingworth, S. (2008) ‘He was a bit of a delicate thing’: white middle-class boys, gender, school choice and parental anxiety, pp399-408 in Gender and Education, 20 (4)

Quinn, J. (2008) 'Dead end Kids in Dead end jobs'? Reshaping debates on young people in jobs without training, pp185-194 in Research in Postcompulsory Education, 13(2)

Francis, B., Skelton, C., Carrington, B. , Hutchings, M., Read, B. and Hall, I. (2008) A Perfect Match? Pupils’ and teachers’ views of the impact of matching educators and learners by gender, pp 21-36 in Research Papers in Education, 23 (1)

Tsouroufli, M. and Payne, H. (2008) Consultant Medical Teachers, Modernising Medical Careers (MMC) and the European Working Time Directive (EWTD): Tensions and Challenges in a Changing Medical Education Context, in BMC Medical Education, 8(31)

Moreau, M-P., Osgood, J. and Halsall, A. (2008) Equal Opportunites Policies in English Schools: Towards greater gender equality in the teaching workforce?, pp553-578 in Gender, Work and Organization, 15 (6)

Hundt-Lewando, G., Sandall, J., Spencer, K., Heyman, B., Williams, C., Grellier, R., Pitson, L. and Tsouroufli, M. (2008) Experiences of 1st Trimester Prenatal Screening in a One Stop Clinic, pp156-159 in British Journal of Midwifery, 16 (3)

Lindenmeyer, A. , Griffiths, F. , Green, E., Thompson, D. and Tsouroufli, M. (2008) Family Health Narratives: midlife women’s concepts of vulnerability to illness, in Health, 12 (3)

Skelton, C., Carrington, B., Francis, B., Hutchings, M. Read, B. and Hall, I. (2008) Gender 'matters' in the primary classroom: pupils' and teachers' perspectives, in British Educational Research Journal , (iFirst)

Mendick, H. , Moreau, M.-P. & Hollingworth, S. (2008) High School Mathematical: some thoughts on images of women doing mathematics in popular culture. , pp205-207 in Mathematics Today, 44 (5)

Kuyok, K.A. (2008) Horn of Africa parents and their children's education, pp 21-25 in Race Equality Teaching, 26 (2)

Ross, A. (2008) Human Rights and education for citizenship, society and identity: Europe and its regions , in EDUCARE - Vetenskapliga skrifter, 8 (2)

Ross, A. (2008) Human rights and education for citizenship, society and identity: Europe and its regions, pp99-111 in Educare, 2008/3

Robson, J., Bailey, B. and Mendick. H (2008) Learners' emotional and psychic responses to encounters with learning support in further education and training, pp304-322. in British Journal of Educational Studies, 56 (3)

Hutchings, M., Carrington, B., Francis, B., , Skelton, C., Read, B. and Hall, I. (2008) Nice and kind, smart and funny: what children like and want to emulate in their teachers, pp 135-157 in Oxford Review of Education, 34 (2)

Reay, D., Crozier, G., James, D. , Hollingworth, S. & Williams, K., Jamieson, F., Beedell, P. (2008) Re-invigorating democracy? White middle class identities and comprehensive schooling , pp238-255 in Sociological Review, 56(2)

Mendick, H. (2008) Subtracting difference: troubling transitions from GCSE to AS-level mathematics, pp711-732 in British Educational Research Journal, 34 (6)

Minty, S. (2008) Supplementary School Teacher Aspirations, pp11 in Community Languages Bulletin, Issue 23, Autumn

Mendick, H. (2008) What's so great about doing mathematics like a mathematician?, pp15-16 in For The Learning of Mathematics, 28 (3)

Rollock, N. (2008) When rewards and sanctions fail: a case study of a primary school rule-breaker, pp 197-200 in International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 21 (1)

Crozier, G., Reay, D., James, D., Jamieson, F., Beedell, P., Hollingworth, S. and Williams, K. (2008) White Middle-class Parents, Identities, Educational Choice and the Urban Comprehensive School: Dilemmas, Ambivalence and Moral Ambiguity, pp261-272 in British Journal of Sociology of Education, 29 (3)

Archer, L., Hollingworth, S. and Halsall, A. (2007) 'University's not for me - I'm a Nike person': Urban, working class young people's negotiations of 'style', identity and educational engagement, pp 219-237 in Sociology, 41 (2)

Reay, D. , Hollingworth, S. , Williams, K. & Crozier, G., Jamieson, F., James, D. & Beedell, P (2007) A Darker Shade of Pale?: Whiteness, the middle classes and multi-ethnic inner city schooling , pp 1041-1060 in Sociology, 41(6)

Mendick, H., Hollingworth, S., Moreau, M.P. and Epstein, D. (2007) Being a sumbody: new stories of choosing mathematics, pp84-89 in Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 27(3)

Ross, A. (2007) Citizenship Education and Identity in Europe, pp 120-131 in Revista Electrónica Iberoamericana sobre Calidad, Eficacia y Cambio en Educación, 5 (4)

Archer, L., Halsall, A. and Hollingworth, S. (2007) Class, gender, (hetero)sexuality and schooling: paradoxes within working class girls' engagement with education and post-16 aspirations, pp165-180 in British Journal of Sociology of Education, 28 (2)

O’Toole, G. (2007) Count me in: the role of action learning in making learning and skills provision more inclusive, pp69-75 in Action Learning: research and practice, Vol 4 (1)

Carrington, B., Francis, B., Hutchings, M., Skelton, C., Read, B. and Hall, I. (2007) Does the gender of the teacher really matter? Seven - to eight-year- olds accounts of their interactions with their teachers, pp397-413. in Educational Studies, 33 (4)

Ross, A. (2007) Educación Ciudadana e Identidad en Europa, pp 132-143 in Revista Electrónica Iberoamericana sobre Calidad, Eficacia y Cambio en Educación, 5 (4)

Rose, A. and Atkin, C. (2007) Family Literacy Programmes in Europe: Do the children need to be there?, 28-34 in RaPAL Research and Practice in Adult Literacy, 63

Rose, A. & Atkin, C. (2007) Family Literacy in Europe: separate agendas?, pp601-615 in Journal of Comparative Education, 37 (5)

Stead, M., Stradling, R., Macneil, M., Mackintosh, A. and Minty, S. (2007) Implementation evaluation of the Blueprint multi-component drug prevention programme: fidelity of school component delivery, pp 653-664 in Drug and Alcohol Review, 26 (6)

Smart, S. (2007) Informal Education, (in)formal control? What is youth work to make of self-assessment?, pp.73-82 in Youth and Policy, 95, Spring

Archer, L., Halsall, A. and Hollingworth, S. (2007) Inner-city feminities and education: 'race', class, gender and schooling in young women's lives, pp549-568 in Gender and Education, 19 (5)

Rollock, N. (2007) Legitimising black academic failure: deconstructing staff discourse of academic success, appearance and behaviour, pp275-287 in International Studies in Sociology of Education, 17(3)

Mendick, H., Moreau, M. P. and Epstein, D. (2007) Looking for Mathematics, pp60-65 in Proceedings of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics, 27 (1)

Moreau, M-P., Osgood, J. and Halsall, A. (2007) Making Sense of the Glass Ceiling in Schools: an exploration of women teachers' discourses, pp 237-253 in Gender and Education, 19 (2)

Jones, L. and Osgood, J. (2007) Mapping the Fabricated Identities of Childminders: pride and prejudice, pp 289-300 in Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 8 (4)

Mendick, H., with Black, L., Solomon, Y., Brown, M and Rodd, M. (2007) Mathematical Relationships: the story of a seminar series, pp7-8 in Research Intelligence, 99

Mendick, H., Epstein, D. and Moreau, M. P. (2007) Moving Images of Maths, pp 26-27 in Primary Mathematics, 11(3)

Ross, A. (2007) Multiple Identities and Education for Active Citizenship, pp 286-303. in British Journal of Educational Studies, 55 (3)

Mendick, H. (2007) Only Connect: Troubling Oppositions in Gender and Mathematics, in Philosophy of Mathematics Education Journal Online, Online

Ross, A. (2007) Review of S. R. Ben-Porath's 'Citizenship under fire: democratic education in times of conflict', pp142-143 in Cambridge Journal of Education, 37(1)

Rose, A. (2007) Review of: A. S. Kelly (2006) - Writing with Families, Strengthening the Home/School Connection with Family Scribe Groups, in Education Review, June

Maylor, U. and Ross, A. (2007) Teacher Education for Multiple Identities in Europe: a study, in Vima Ton Koinonikon Episthon (Social Science Tribune), Vol 51. University of Thessalia (Volos)

Ross, A. (2007) Teacher's constructions of cooperation, competition and citizenship: a comparison of teachers in London, Budapest and Ljubljana, pp45-58 in Citizenship Teaching and Learning International Journal, 3 (1)

Rollock, N. (2007) Why Black girls don't matter: deconstructing gendered and racialised discourses of academic success in an inner city school, 4 in British Journal of Learning Support

Halsall, A. (2006) A Survey of the Values of Christian-Affiliated Girls in the UK, pp 333-348 in Feminist Theology, 14 (3)

Issa, T. (2006) An ethnographic case study of code switiching and language choice, pp83-106 in The International Journal of Sociology of Language, 181

Moreau, M-P. and Leathwood, C. (2006) Balancing paid work and studies: working (-class) students in higher education, pp23-42 in Studies in Higher Education, 31 (1)

Hutchings, M., Menter, I., Holligan, C. and Walker, M. (2006) Becoming a head teacher: the perspectives of new head teachers in twenty-first century England, in Journal of In-Service Education, 32(1)

Rollock, N. (2006) Beyond education for 'tolerance': response to the Prime Minister's speech 'The duty to integrate: shared British values'. , in Runnymede Quarterly Bulletin, No.348

Archer, L. and Francis, B. (2006) Challenging classes? Exploring the role of social class within the identities and achievement of British Chinese pupils, 29-49 in Sociology, 40 (1)

Osgood, J. (2006) Deconstructing Professionalism in the Early Years: resisting the regulatory gaze, pp 5-14 in Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 7 (1)

Osgood, J. (2006) Editorial: Rethinking 'Professionalism' in the Early Years: English perspectives , pp1-4 in Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 7 (1)

Jowett, M. and O'Toole, G. (2006) Focusing Researchers' Minds: Contrasting Experiences of Using Focus Groups in Feminist Qualitative Research, pp 453-472 in Qualitative Research, Vol 6 (4)

Leathwood, C. (2006) Gender, equity and the discourse of the independent learner in higher education, pp611-613 in Higher Education, 52 (4)

Osgood, J. , Francis, B. and Archer, L. (2006) Gendered Identities and Work Placement: why don't boys care?, pp 305-321 in Journal of Education Policy, 21 (3)

Moreau, M-P. and Leathwood, C. (2006) Graduates' Employment and the Discourse of Employability: a critical analysis , pp305-324 in Journal of Education and Work, 19 (4)

Maylor, U. (2006) ITE Policy: the new QTS standards, pp 22-24 in Race Equality Teaching, 24 (3)

Halsall, A. and Roebben, B. (2006) Intercultural and Interfaith Dialogue through Education: review of a learning process in the Russian Federation, in Religious Education, 101 (4)

Quinn, J., Thomas, L., Casey, L. and Thexton, W. et al (2006) Lifting the Hood: Lifelong learning and young, white, provincial working class masculinites, pp 735-750 in British Educational Research Journal, 32 (5)

Mansaray, A. (2006) Liminality & In/exclusion: An Exploration of Teaching Assistants’ Work, pp171-187 in Pedagogy, Culture & Society, 14 (2)

Skelton, C. and Read, B. (2006) Male and female teachers' evaluative responses to gender and the implications of these for the learning environments of primary age pupils, pp 105-120 inInternational Studies in Sociology of Education, 16 (2)

Ives, R. and Ghelani, P. (2006) Polydrug use (the use of drugs in combination): a brief review , pp225-232 in Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 13 (3)

Osgood, J. (2006) Professionalism and Performativity: the paradox facing early years practitioners, in Early Years, 26 (2)

Gill, M., Rose, A., Collins, K. and Hemming, M. (2006) Redeployable CCTV and drug related crime: a case of implementation failure, pp451-460 in Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 13 (5)

Moreau, M-P. (2006) Review Essay of ‘Women, Education and the Self: A Foucauldian perspective’, M. Tamboukou, 2003, Basingstoke, Palgrave McMillan, pp113-117 in Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 14 (1)

Osgood, J. (2006) Review of N.Yelland's 'Critical Issues in Early Childhood Education', in Pedagogy, Society and Culture, (forthcoming)

Moreau, M-P. (2006) Review of ‘La Culture des Individus: Dissonances culturelles et distinction de soi’ B. Lahire, 2004, Paris, La Découverte, in International Sociology Review of Books

Moreau, M-P. (2006) Review of ‘Le Travail du Genre: Les sciences sociales à l’épreuve des différences de sexe’, J. Laufer, C. Marry, M. Maruani (ed.), 2003, Paris, La Découverte, pp 464-7 inInternational Sociology Review of Books, 21 (3)

Mendick, H. and Cole, M. (2006) Review symposium of R. Moore's 'Education and Society: issues and explanations in the sociology of education', pp 111-123 in British Journal of the Sociology of Education, 27 (1)

Ross, A. (2006) Teaching and Learning Citizenship Education in a Changing Europe, pp 33-42 in The New Educational Review, 10 (3-4)

Ives, R. (2006) Volatile Substance Abuse: a review of findings in ESPAD 2003, pp 441-449 in Drugs: Education, Prevention and Policy, 13 (5)

Archer, L. and Francis, B. (2005) 'They never go off the rails like other groups: teachers' constructions of British-Chinese pupils' gender identities and approaches to learning, pp 165-182 in British Journal of Sociology of Education, 26 (2)

Leathwood, C. (2005) 'Treat me as a human being - don't look at me as a woman': Femininities and professional identities in further education, pp 387-409 in Gender and Education, 17 (4)

Mendick, H. (2005) A Beautiful Myth? The gendering of being/doing "good at maths", pp 89-105 in Gender and Education, 17 (2)

Leathwood, C. (2005) Assessment Policy and Practice in Higher Education: purpose, standards and equity, pp 307-324 in Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 30 (3)

Menter, I., Hutchings, M., Holligan, C. and Seagraves, L. (2005) Balancing act? The dynamics of the supply teacher market in Scotland, pp 30-39 in Education in the North, 12

Quinn, J. (2005) Belonging in a Learning Community: The reimagined university and imagined social capital, pp 4-17 in Studies in the Education of Adults, 37(1)

Francis, B. and Archer, L. (2005) British-Chinese pupils' and parents' constructions of the value of education, pp 89-107 in British Educational Research Journal, 31 (1)

Francis, B. and Archer, L. (2005) British-Chinese pupils' constructions of gender and learning, pp 497-515 in Oxford Review of Education, 31 (4)

Peters, H. (2005) Contested Discourses: assessing the outcomes of learning from experience for the award of credit in higher education, pp 273-285 in Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 30 (3)

Rollock, N. (2005) Dressed to fail? Black students and academic success, pp 17-18 in Runnymede Quarterly Bulletin, No. 342

Read, B. and Francis, B. (2005) Editorial: Examining assessment in higher education: an academic literacies approach, in Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 30 (3)

Read, B. and Francis, B. (2005) Examining assessment in higher education: assessment as a socially situated practice, pp 209-213 in Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 30 (3)

Read, B. , Francis, B. and Robson, J. (2005) Gender, 'bias', assessment and feedback: analyzing the written assessment of undergraduate history essays, in Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 30 (3)

Issa, T. (2005) Language Teaching in Turkish Supplementary Schools: Language? Whose Language?, pp 37-42 in Race Equality Teaching, 24 (1)

Quinn, J., Thomas, L., Slack, K., Vigurs, K. and Flynn, N. (2005) Learners on their own terms? Learning brokerage, mainstream transformation and social exclusion, pp 21-44 in Journal of Access Policy and Practice, 3 (1)

Mendick, H. (2005) Mathematical stories: why do more boys than girls choose to study mathematics at AS-level in England?, pp 225-241 in British Journal of Sociology of Education, 26 (2)

Mendick, H. (2005) Maths on Film, pp 5-8 in Mathematics in School, 34 (2)

Francis, B. and Archer, L. (2005) Negotiating the dichotomy between boffin and triad: British-Chinese constructions of 'laddism', pp 495-521 in The Sociological Review, 53 (3)

Mendick, H. (2005) Only connect: troubling oppositions in gender and mathematics, pp161-180 in International Journal of Inclusive Education, 9 (2)

Moreau, M-P. (2005) Review of 'Equality Issues Towards the New Millenium', S. Shah (ed), 2000; Aldershot, in Gender and Education, 16 (4)

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