Πέμπτη, 24 Νοεμβρίου 2016

British Journal of Sociology of Education (BJSE)

British Journal of Sociology of Education (BJSE)


  Vol. 37, n°8, 12/2016


  • Articles ‘Students that just hate school wouldn’t go’: educationally disengaged and disadvantaged young people’s talk about university education, Samantha McMahon, Valerie Harwood & Anna Hickey-Moody
  • Subjectivity as a site of struggle: refusing neoliberalism?, Stephen J. Ball
  • Music on the move: methodological applications of Bernstein’s concepts in a secondary school music context, Graham J. McPhail
  • Practicing a new curriculum in Turkey: loose coupling, organisational and social milieus, and their practical capital formations, Arnd-Michael Nohl & R. Nazlı Somel
  • Specialization and school organization: investigating pedagogic culture, Ursula Hoadley & Jaamia Galant
  • Students’ unions, consumerism and the neo-liberal university, Rachel Brooks, Kate Byford & Katherine Sela
  • Linguistic and cultural effects on the attainment of ethnic minority students: some methodological considerations, Galatia Theodosiou-Zipiti & Iasonas Lamprianou
  • The rise of the video-recorder teacher: the sociomaterial construction of an educational actor, Carlo Perrotta, Laura Czerniewicz & Helen Beetham
  • Mobility as ‘becoming’: a Bourdieuian analysis of the factors shaping international student mobility, Ly Thi Tran


http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cbse20/37/8

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