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Researching Multilingually in Applied Linguistics (2020)
Book Chapter
Andrews, J., Holmes, .., Fay, R., & Dawson, S. (2020). Researching Multilingually in Applied Linguistics. In H. Rose, & J. McKinley (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Research Methods in Applied Linguistics, (76-86). Abingdon: Routledge

Valuing a translingual mindset in researcher education in Anglophone higher education: Supervision perspectives (2019)
Journal Article
Andrews, J., & Fay, R. (2020). Valuing a translingual mindset in researcher education in Anglophone higher education: Supervision perspectives. Language, Culture and Curriculum, 23(2), 188-202. https://doi.org/10.1080/07908318.2019.1677701

This article explores some implications of plurilingualism and translingual practice for teaching and learning in higher education. Research in this area tends to focus on the undergraduate experience whereas our focus is on doctoral supervision, a l... Read More about Valuing a translingual mindset in researcher education in Anglophone higher education: Supervision perspectives.

What shapes everyday translanguaging? Insights from a global mental health project in Northern Uganda (2018)
Book Chapter
Andrews, J., Fay, R., & White, R. (2018). What shapes everyday translanguaging? Insights from a global mental health project in Northern Uganda. In G. Mazzaferro (Ed.), Translanguaging in Everyday Practice, 257-273. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-94851-5_14

This chapter contributes to ongoing explorations of translanguaging in everyday contexts and acknowledges the origins of the concept in multilingual educational contexts and notes how researchers have also applied the concept to multilingual interact... Read More about What shapes everyday translanguaging? Insights from a global mental health project in Northern Uganda.

From linguistic preparation to developing a translingual orientation – possible implications of plurilingualism for researcher education (2018)
Book Chapter
Andrews, J., Fay, R., & White, R. (2018). From linguistic preparation to developing a translingual orientation – possible implications of plurilingualism for researcher education. In J. Choi, & S. Ollerhead (Eds.), Plurilingualism in teaching and learning, 220-233. Routledge

A chapter discussing what researchers need to know about linguistic diversity before engaging in their research.

Reflexive ethnographic research practice in multilingual contexts (2016)
Book Chapter
Martin-Jones, M., Andrews, J., & Martin, D. (2016). Reflexive ethnographic research practice in multilingual contexts. In M. Martin-Jones, & D. Martin (Eds.), Researching Multilingualism: Critical and Ethnographic Approaches, 189-202. Routledge

In this chapter we critically review the potential contribution of taking a linguistic ethnographic approach to research in service provision in health and education in multilingual settings.

How to research multilingually: Possibilities and complexities (2016)
Book Chapter
Holmes, P., Fay, R., Andrews, J., & Attia, M. (2016). How to research multilingually: Possibilities and complexities. In H. Zhu (Ed.), Research Methods in Intercultural Communication: A Practical Guide, 88-102. Wiley Blackwell

What’s happening in ‘their space’? Exploring the borders of formal and informal learning with undergraduate students of education in the age of mobile technologies (2015)
Journal Article
Andrews, J., & Jones, M. (2015). What’s happening in ‘their space’? Exploring the borders of formal and informal learning with undergraduate students of education in the age of mobile technologies. Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 2015(1), https://doi.org/10.5334/jime.ax

The changing nature of teaching and learning in an age of accessible technologies provides challenges and opportunities for the design of learning events. Working with a sample of undergraduate students of education in one UK higher education institu... Read More about What’s happening in ‘their space’? Exploring the borders of formal and informal learning with undergraduate students of education in the age of mobile technologies.

"It's a very difficult question isn't it?" Researcher, interpreter and research participant negotiating meanings in an education research interview (2013)
Journal Article
Andrews, J. (2013). "It's a very difficult question isn't it?" Researcher, interpreter and research participant negotiating meanings in an education research interview. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 23(3), 316-328. https://doi.org/10.1111/ijal.12039

Writers within Applied Linguistics and beyond have argued for research papers using interview methods to acknowledge all participants' contributions to that data for example, Kvale and Brinkmann, and Mann. When research encounters involve participant... Read More about "It's a very difficult question isn't it?" Researcher, interpreter and research participant negotiating meanings in an education research interview.

Researching multilingually: New theoretical and methodological directions (2013)
Journal Article
Attia, M., Holmes, P., Fay, R., & Andrews, J. (2013). Researching multilingually: New theoretical and methodological directions. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 23(3), 285-299. https://doi.org/10.1111/ijal.12038

This paper reports findings from an AHRC-funded project into the use of more than one language in research projects. Using 35 seminar presentations and 25 researcher profiles, we investigated how researchers from differing disciplines became aware of... Read More about Researching multilingually: New theoretical and methodological directions.

Researching learning in and out of school: A narradigmatic approach (2010)
Book Chapter
Andrews, J. (2010). Researching learning in and out of school: A narradigmatic approach. In A. Bathmaker, & P. Harnett (Eds.), Exploring Learning, Identity and Power through Life History and Narrative Research, 84-96. Routledge

This chapter reports on empirical data collected as part of an ESRC funded project as part of the TLRP entitled 'Home-school knowledge exchange in primary education'. The data form part of a qualitative case study exploring out of school learning of... Read More about Researching learning in and out of school: A narradigmatic approach.

The daily transition between home and school (2009)
Book Chapter
Andrews, J., Hughes, M., Greenhough, P., & Yee, W. C. (2009). The daily transition between home and school. In K. Ecclestone, G. Biesta, & M. Hughes (Eds.), Transitions and Learning through the LifecourseRoutledge

How well am I doing on my outcomes? (2009)
Book Chapter
Andrews, J. (2009). How well am I doing on my outcomes?. In R. Eke, H. Butcher, & M. Lee (Eds.), Whose Childhood Is It? The Roles of Children, Adults and Policy MakersContinuum

The home school knowledge exchange project: Linking home and school to improve children's literacy (2008)
Journal Article
Feiler, A., Andrews, J., Greenhough, P., Hughes, M., Johnson, D., Scanlan, M., & Yee, W. C. (2008). The home school knowledge exchange project: Linking home and school to improve children's literacy. Support for Learning, 23(1), 12-18. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1467-9604.2008.00363.x

The Government is urging teachers to engage more closely with families and is promoting the concept of the 'extended' school. This article reports on the literacy strand of the Home School Knowledge Exchange (HSKE) project, directed by Professor Mart... Read More about The home school knowledge exchange project: Linking home and school to improve children's literacy.

Professional researcher or a 'good guest'? Ethical dilemmas involved in researching children and families in the home setting (2006)
Journal Article
Yee, W. C., & Andrews, J. (2006). Professional researcher or a 'good guest'? Ethical dilemmas involved in researching children and families in the home setting. Educational Review, 58(4), 397-413. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131910600971859

In this article we explore our experiences of researching children and families in the home setting. We trace the impact of the home setting on some ethical and methodological issues which arose in the course of conducting our field work and consider... Read More about Professional researcher or a 'good guest'? Ethical dilemmas involved in researching children and families in the home setting.

Children's 'funds of knowledge' and their real life activities: Two minority ethnic children learning in out-of-school contexts in the UK (2006)
Journal Article
Andrews, J., & Yee, W. C. (2006). Children's 'funds of knowledge' and their real life activities: Two minority ethnic children learning in out-of-school contexts in the UK. Educational Review, 58(4), 435-449. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131910600971909

In this paper we explore the concept of 'funds of knowledge' used by Moll and Greenberg (1990) in the US to recognize and value expertise located within minority ethnic communities and apply it to the out-of-school learning engaged in by two primary... Read More about Children's 'funds of knowledge' and their real life activities: Two minority ethnic children learning in out-of-school contexts in the UK.


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