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Hegemony (2020)
Book Chapter
Maisuria, A. (in press). Hegemony. In S. Themelis (Ed.), Critical Reflections on the Language of Neoliberalism in Education (84-92). (1). Taylor & Francis (Routledge)

Hegemony is one the most powerful concepts to understand reality in any social scientist's toolbox. Hegemony comes from the term - hegemon meaning leader. Gramsci’s works presented the provocation: how can power be won, and how can it be sustained. T... Read More about Hegemony.

The possibility and importance of immersive technologies during COVID-19 for autistic people (2020)
Journal Article
Newbutt, N., Schmidt, M., Riva, G., & Schmidt, C. (in press). The possibility and importance of immersive technologies during COVID-19 for autistic people. Journal of Enabling Technologies,

Towards the end of 2019 and into the early months of 2020 every country on earth was impacted in some way by COVID-19, and on 11th March 2020 the WHO declared a pandemic. Most countries across the world reported significant increases in cases of COV... Read More about The possibility and importance of immersive technologies during COVID-19 for autistic people.

Addressing unrealistic optimism with counterfactual reasoning in an employability module in higher education (2020)
Journal Article
Hanson, J., & Burke, C. (in press). Addressing unrealistic optimism with counterfactual reasoning in an employability module in higher education. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, https://doi.org/10.1108/JARHE-02-2019-0047

Purpose: The study aimed to explore the effect of second year business students engaging in counterfactual reasoning on their unrealistic optimism regarding attainment on an employability module. Design/methodology/approach: Using an experimental des... Read More about Addressing unrealistic optimism with counterfactual reasoning in an employability module in higher education.

Good enough to eat or just to hunt? Edible insects, the Sustainable Development Goals and the primary classroom (2020)
Journal Article
Jones, V. (in press). Good enough to eat or just to hunt? Edible insects, the Sustainable Development Goals and the primary classroom. Primary Science,

This article considers how primary science curriculum planning can be framed around the Sustainable Development Goals (2015). As a case study it presents how learning about insects on a bug hunt in the playground can quickly transform into more cont... Read More about Good enough to eat or just to hunt? Edible insects, the Sustainable Development Goals and the primary classroom.

‘Just don’t tell them what’s in it’: Ethics, edible insects and sustainable food choice in schools (2020)
Journal Article
Jones, V. (in press). ‘Just don’t tell them what’s in it’: Ethics, edible insects and sustainable food choice in schools. British Educational Research Journal, 46(4), 894-908. https://doi.org/10.1002/berj.3655

Supporting young people with global crises mitigation strategies is essential, yet loaded with ethical dilemmas for the educator. This study explores whether young people will make ethical decisions regarding the sustainability of food choice in scho... Read More about ‘Just don’t tell them what’s in it’: Ethics, edible insects and sustainable food choice in schools.

“Whose bridges? And to where?” Exploring the rational for supplementary schooling: A stakeholder informed case study (2020)
Thesis
Elhaddad, M. “Whose bridges? And to where?” Exploring the rational for supplementary schooling: A stakeholder informed case study. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/1491119

This research investigates the motives for the establishment of supplementary schools; how the case study school addressed those aspirations; what happens if stakeholders’ needs are divergent; and what can be learnt about the perceived value of suppl... Read More about “Whose bridges? And to where?” Exploring the rational for supplementary schooling: A stakeholder informed case study.

‘It’s our job to take the limits away’: A case study approach to exploring a culture of teacher expectations in an English secondary school (2020)
Thesis
Smith, J. ‘It’s our job to take the limits away’: A case study approach to exploring a culture of teacher expectations in an English secondary school. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/4421728

The concept of labelling and notions of fixed abilities are prevalent in our education system (Archer et al., 2018). From the earliest stages of formal education, teachers are required to make predictions about future development of the children base... Read More about ‘It’s our job to take the limits away’: A case study approach to exploring a culture of teacher expectations in an English secondary school.

Participatory technology design for autism and cognitive disabilities: a narrative overview of issues and techniques. (2020)
Book Chapter
Robb, N., Doyle, B., Politis, Y., Newbutt, N., Hung Jen, K., & Sung, C. (in press). Participatory technology design for autism and cognitive disabilities: a narrative overview of issues and techniques. In Recent Advances in Technologies of Inclusive Well-Being: Virtual patients, gamification and simulation. , (1-14). Springer

Abstract. Participatory design (PD) refers to the involvement of users in the design and development process. Those who may be identified as eventual users of such technology are often involved in the development process as testers or as informants... Read More about Participatory technology design for autism and cognitive disabilities: a narrative overview of issues and techniques..

Neoliberal hegemony and the task for critical education (2020)
Journal Article
Maisuria, A. (2020). Neoliberal hegemony and the task for critical education. Rethinking Critical Pedagogy, 1(1),

The starting point for this article is an explication of the essence of Marxism, which is argued as the most efficacious theoretical framework for understanding the current historical conjuncture. I then provide a description of the development of ca... Read More about Neoliberal hegemony and the task for critical education.

How does student activism drive cultural campus change in the UK and US regarding sexual violence on campus? (2020)
Journal Article
Bovill, H., Mcmahon, S., Demers, J., Banyard, V., Carrasco, V., & Keep, L. (in press). How does student activism drive cultural campus change in the UK and US regarding sexual violence on campus?. Critical Social Policy, 1-23. https://doi.org/10.1177/0261018320913967

Using policy frameworks and author expertise to identify relevant literature, four academics and two student-activist-authors, critically review literature upon student activist responses to sexual violence on campus. We conclude, student activism is... Read More about How does student activism drive cultural campus change in the UK and US regarding sexual violence on campus?.

Ignorance is not bliss: A UK study of sexual and domestic abuse awareness on campus, and correlations with confidence and positive action in a bystander program (2020)
Journal Article
Bovill, H., & White, P. (in press). Ignorance is not bliss: A UK study of sexual and domestic abuse awareness on campus, and correlations with confidence and positive action in a bystander program. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 1-25. https://doi.org/10.1177/0886260520916267

This article reports on a U.K. research study encompassing two surveys which used evidence-based scales of awareness, confidence to intervene, and intervention opportunities and action regarding sexual and domestic abuse on campus. They were sent to... Read More about Ignorance is not bliss: A UK study of sexual and domestic abuse awareness on campus, and correlations with confidence and positive action in a bystander program.

Jackie goes home, young working-class women: Higher Education, employment and social (re)alignment (2020)
Thesis
Bentley, L. Jackie goes home, young working-class women: Higher Education, employment and social (re)alignment. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/3292642

This thesis builds on and contributes to work in the field of sociology of education and employment. It provides an extension to a research agenda which has sought to examine how young people’s transitions from ‘undergraduate’ to ‘graduate’ are ‘clas... Read More about Jackie goes home, young working-class women: Higher Education, employment and social (re)alignment.

The assessment has become the curriculum: Teachers’ views on the Phonics Screening Check in England (2020)
Journal Article
Carter, J. (2020). The assessment has become the curriculum: Teachers’ views on the Phonics Screening Check in England. British Educational Research Journal, 46(3), 593-609. https://doi.org/10.1002/berj.3598

The Phonics Screening Check (PSC) was introduced in England in 2012 for Year 1 children (aged 5 and 6). There have been criticisms of the check in relation to its reliability and appropriateness as an assessment for early reading, although advocates... Read More about The assessment has become the curriculum: Teachers’ views on the Phonics Screening Check in England.

Realising young children's rights: Researching conversations with rights respecting early childhood leaders (2020)
Thesis
Butcher, H. E. Realising young children's rights: Researching conversations with rights respecting early childhood leaders. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/1491158

Children in the UK have been rights bearing citizens since ratification of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC, 1991). Between 1996-2017 the Department of Education, published 5 iterations of a curriculum for children youn... Read More about Realising young children's rights: Researching conversations with rights respecting early childhood leaders.

Edible insects: Applying Bakhtin’s carnivalesque to understand how education practices can help transform young people’s eating habits (2020)
Journal Article
Beynon, S., Benyon, S., & Jones, V. (in press). Edible insects: Applying Bakhtin’s carnivalesque to understand how education practices can help transform young people’s eating habits. Children's Geographies, https://doi.org/10.1080/14733285.2020.1718608

Western European populations are being encouraged to reconsider their diets in light of population growth and the associated intensification of farming systems. In addition, health concerns associated with diets high in sugar, salt and saturated fat... Read More about Edible insects: Applying Bakhtin’s carnivalesque to understand how education practices can help transform young people’s eating habits.

The climate emergency and eating insects: Food for thought (2020)
Journal Article
Jones, V. (in press). The climate emergency and eating insects: Food for thought. Primary Geography,

The children in our classrooms are bombarded with doom and gloom stories about the state of the world: food poverty, war, carbon emissions, water shortages… . Fellow geographers, David Hicks (2018) and Hilary Whitehouse (2018), remind us that we shou... Read More about The climate emergency and eating insects: Food for thought.

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


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