Τρίτη, 21 Μαρτίου 2017

British Journal of Sociology of Education (BJSE)

British Journal of Sociology of Education (BJSE)


  Vol. 38, n°3, 4/2017


  • The education penalty: schooling, learning and the diminishment of wages, working conditions and worker power, Mayssoun Sukarieh & Stuart Tannock
  • ‘It’s not the test, it’s how it’s used!’ Critical analysis of public response to NAPLAN and MySchool Senate Inquiry, Angela T. Ragusa & Kellie Bousfield
  • Involving Roma parents: analysing the good practice of a primary school in Ghent, Joris Wauters, Christof Van Mol, Noel Clycq, Joris Michielsen & Christiane Timmerman
  • ‘We’re as good as anybody else’: a comparative study of working-class university students’ experiences in England and Ireland, Fergal Finnegan & Barbara Merrill
  • Neoliberalism inside two American high schools, Joseph Cleary Jr.
  • School security measures and extracurricular participation: an exploratory multi-level analysis, Thomas J. Mowen & Matthew J. Manierre
  • Reappraising the pedagogic device’s evaluative rules: state-reformed examinations of Chinese middle schools in Singapore, Ting-Hong Wong
  • The significance of materiality in shaping institutional habitus: exploring dynamics preceding school effects, Pär Isling Poromaa
  • Review Symposium Research and policy in education, Clare Gartland, Nicola Ingram & Steven J. Courtney
  • Extended Review The return of the real: youth, ethnography and social change, Keri Facer
  • Review Essay Misplaced optimism: how higher education reproduces rather than reduces social inequality, Vikki Boliver


http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cbse20/38/3

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