Πέμπτη, 19 Μαρτίου 2015

British Journal of Sociology of Education (BJSE)

British Journal of Sociology of Education (BJSE)


  Vol. 36, n°3, 4/2015

 
  • Clandestine Readers: boys and girls going ‘undercover’ in school spaces, Laura Scholes
  • Education as a ‘risky business’: Theorising student and teacher learning in complex times, Ian Hardy
  • School choice: neoliberal education policy and imagined futures, Lawrence Angus
  • Intercultural interactions of mono-cultural, mono-lingual local students in small group learning activities: a Bourdieusian analysis, Cassandra Colvin, Farida Fozdar & Simone Volet
  • Widening participation in higher education: the role of professional and social class identities and commitments, Andrew Wilkins & Penny Jane Burke
  • Critical incidents as formative influences on the work of educational researchers: understanding an insider perspective through narrative enquiry, Chris Holligan & Michael Wilson
  • Norbert Elias and social theory, Henrietta O’Connor, David Ashton & Daniel R. Smith
  • The knowledge paradox: Bernstein, Bourdieu, and beyond, Parlo Singh
  • Knowledge politics, Ken Jones

 http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cbse20/36/3#.VQqwn47LLIs

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