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teaching learning and… interviewing for education and social science research now available in paperback the gateway approach carolyn lunsford mears university of denver usa ‘challenging enough to be of interest to faculty yet readable enough to hold the attention of a graduate student this work is an explanation of the methodology mears used when conducting her american educational research association award-winning dissertation research being of the columbine parent community gave her insider status that allowed access and provided richness to her presentation mears leaves the reader shocked wanting more and above all fully understanding that this approach is not merely a novelty but an enormously useful legitimate form of presentation.’ oral history review this volume introduces a fresh approach to research using a narrator-centred method which provides a means for researchers to access the often hidden human responses about a situation so that those who make

childhood and youth culture childhood youth and violence in global contexts studies in childhood and youth series research and practice in dialogue childhood with bourdieu edited by leena alanen university of jyväskylä finland liz brooker institute of education university of london uk berry mayall institute of education university of london uk this collection is an engaging exploration of how bourdieu s key concepts field habitus and capital help us re-think the status of childhood the authors are committed to improving the social status and wellbeing of childhood in social economic and political worlds that too often fail to accord children respect for their human rights contents 1 introduction leena alanen liz brooker and berry mayall 2 intergenerational relations embodiment over time berry mayall 3 cultural capital in the preschool years can the state ‘compensate’ for the family liz brooker 4 between young children and adults practical logic in

history of education a social history of student volunteering britain and beyond 1880-1980 georgina brewis institute of education university of london uk georgina brewis study of student volunteering is both illuminating and rich in detail we move from university settlements in edwardian slums to charity rags to concern with unemployment and internationalism between the wars and finally to the ban the bomb and anti-apartheid protests of the fifties and sixties this book brings together youthful idealism social and political engagement and the history of universities in an original and insightful way carol dyhouse research professor of history university of sussex uk sociology of education the palgrave handbook of race and ethnic inequalities in education edited by peter a j stevens ghent university belgium a gary dworkin university of houston usa this comprehensive state-of-the-art reference work provides the first systematic review to date of how sociologists have studied the

sociology of education knowledge and the future of the curriculum gender pedagogy international studies in social realism teaching learning and tracing gender in higher education edited by brian barrett state university of new york college at cortland usa elizabeth rata university of auckland new zealand knowledge and the future of the curriculum packs in a collection of powerful analyses from seminal scholars working in diverse areas of research and international contexts and who share a common vision for what a future-oriented curriculum must look like if it is to be both socially just and truly progressive the book will be of particular interest to graduate schools of education seeking rigorous programs of study especially considering the rich theoretical framework presented and the application of the framework to various debates occurring in the field as well as to various research programs international studies in sociology of education this collection explores why powerful

education theory redefining religious education education theory spirituality for human flourishing educational developments practices and effectiveness edited by scherto gill guerrand-hermès foundation for peace garrett thomson the college of wooster usa global perspectives and contexts edited by jennifer lock university of calgary canada petrea redmond university of southern queensland australia patrick alan danaher university of southern queensland australia exploring a range of educational developments and practices in different national contexts in australia canada and switzerland this book analyses the effectiveness of such initiatives case studies in the book include business and online education supporting students with disabilities and school-wide pedagogical improvement contents part i educational developments and improving outcomes for learners and teachers part ii educational developments and specialised disciplines of knowledge april 2015 uk april 2015 us 192pp 22

higher education the changing nature of the graduate labour market higher education media policy and political discourses in the uk gerbrand tholen oxford university uk the assumptions made in the media regarding graduate skills and occupations are no longer valid within the changing educational context this book traces seven key trends that shape the graduate labour market and reveals that their effects contradict the conceptualisation of the graduate labour market which dominates media and policy discourses contents introduction 1 the representation of the graduate labour market media and political discourses 2 seven trends shaping the uk graduate labour market 3 where has it gone wrong september 2014 uk september 2014 us 96pp 1 b/w table 10 figures hardback £45.00 $67.50 cn$78.00 canadian rights ebooks available k=9781137479068 9781137479068 higher education policy editor jeroen huisman university of ghent belgium higher education policy is an

higher education professional learning in higher education and communities feminist community engagement achieving praxis towards a new vision for action research ortrun zuber-skerritt griffith university australia margaret fletcher griffith university australia judith kearney griffith university australia it is rare to find such an exceptional contribution to knowledge and change as this new book by leading world scholars on action research and professional learning professor jonathan jansen vicechancellor university of the free state south africa this thought-provoking book provides a treasure trove even for experienced readers in the field emeritus professor stephan laske university of innsbruck austria edited by susan van deventer iverson kent state university usa jennifer hauver james university of georgia usa this innovative collection offers lessons from feminist praxis to demonstrate the collective power of critical community engagement for social justice challenging

leadership management… quandaries of the small-district superintendency philosophy of education edited by gary ivory new mexico state university usa adrienne hyle college of education and health professions the university of texas at arlington usa rhonda mcclellan university of central arkansas usa michele acker-hocevar washington state university usa today s superintendent has one of the hardest jobs in america you re on an island all by yourself at times at the same time public education is under more scrutiny than ever before what quandaries of the small-district superintendency does is provide real-life scenarios and a multitude of perspectives to help new and aspiring superintendents grow and thrive on the job and ultimately become educational thought leaders – daniel a domenech executive director aasa the school superintendents association focused on the particular needs of superintendents of districts of fewer than ten thousand students the chapters teach

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