Κυριακή, 25 Ιουνίου 2017

British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)

British Journal of Educational Technology (BJET)


 Vol. 38, n°5, 7/2017


  • British citizenship, gender and migration: the containment of cultural differences and the stratification of belonging, Linda Morrice
  • Mainland Chinese students at an elite Hong Kong university: habitus–field disjuncture in a transborder context, Cora Lingling Xu
  • Honourable mobility or shameless entitlement? Habitus and graduate employment, Jessie Abrahams
  • The odyssey: school to work transitions, serendipity and position in the field, Liz Atkins 
  • Framing young people’s educational transitions: the role of local and contemporary economic contexts, Ceryn Evans
  • The ‘doublethink’ of data: educational performativity and the field of schooling practices, Ian Hardy & Steven Lewis
  • From parents to children: the impact of mothers’ and fathers’ educational attainments on those of their sons and daughters in West Germany, Alessandra Minello & Hans-Peter Blossfeld
  • Ahead of the pack? Explaining the unequal distribution of scholarships in Germany, Christina Haas & Herman Van De Werfhorst
  • Cultural capital, family background and education: choosing university subjects in China, Xiaoming Sheng
  • Review Symposium Religion in the primary school: ethos, diversity, citizenship, Gerald Grace, Carol Vincent & Richard Race
  • Religion in the primary school: ethos, diversity, citizenship, Carol Vincent
  • Religion in the primary school: ethos, diversity, citizenship, Richard Race
  • Extended Review Not all pedagogies are created equal: researching and resisting teacher-led early childhood education for urban communities, Alice Bradbury


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