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Transitions from higher education to employment among recent graduates in England: unequal chances of achieving desired possible selves (2018)
Book Chapter
Papafilippou, V., & Bathmaker, A. (2018). Transitions from higher education to employment among recent graduates in England: unequal chances of achieving desired possible selves. In H. Henderson, J. Stevenson, & A. Bathmaker (Eds.), Possible Selves and Higher Education, 111-126. Routledge

This chapter uses the concept of possible selves to examine processes of making the transition from undergraduate study to the world of work in England, focusing specifically on career futures in the accountancy sector. Inequalities in access to high... Read More about Transitions from higher education to employment among recent graduates in England: unequal chances of achieving desired possible selves.

Gendered transitions, career identities and possible selves: the case of engineering graduates (2017)
Journal Article
Papafilippou, V., & Bentley, L. (2017). Gendered transitions, career identities and possible selves: the case of engineering graduates. Journal of Education and Work, 30(8), 827-839. https://doi.org/10.1080/13639080.2017.1375088

© 2017 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. This article, drawing upon the Paired Peers project, a longitudinal qualitative study (n=90), examines how seven UK engineering graduates, four women and three men, construct their caree... Read More about Gendered transitions, career identities and possible selves: the case of engineering graduates.

Paired peers: Moving on up? Project Report (2017)
Report
Bradley, H., Waller, R., Bathmaker, A. M., Ingram, N., Hoare, A., Bentley, L., …Abrahams, J. (2017). Paired peers: Moving on up? Project Report

Paired Peers Phase 2 (August 2014 - July 2017)followed up Paired Peers: Class and the Student Experience, also funded by Leverhulme Trust, which ran from September 2010 to August 2013. This project followed a cohort of students from Bristol’s two uni... Read More about Paired peers: Moving on up? Project Report.