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The importance of internal conversations and reflexivity for work-based students in higher education: Valuing contextual continuity and 'giving something back' (2012)
Journal Article
Bovill, H. (2012). The importance of internal conversations and reflexivity for work-based students in higher education: Valuing contextual continuity and 'giving something back'. International Journal of Lifelong Education, 31(6), 687-703. https://doi.org/10.1080/02601370.2012.723049

This paper utilises the theories of Archer to explore the impact of student 'internal conversations' upon the development of reflexive approaches employed by work-based students (WBS). The study informing this paper draws on the voices of a range of... Read More about The importance of internal conversations and reflexivity for work-based students in higher education: Valuing contextual continuity and 'giving something back'.

Constructions of childhood, youth and families (2011)
Book Chapter
Bovill, H. (2011). Constructions of childhood, youth and families. In B. Oliver, & B. Pitt (Eds.), Working with Children, Young People and Families, 12-27. Learning Matters