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Children working with pictures (1998)
Book Chapter
Harnett, P. (1998). Children working with pictures. In P. Hoodless (Ed.), HIstory and English, exploiting the linksRoutledge

Occupational safety and health: A method to test the collection of 'grey data' by line managers (1997)
Journal Article
Hoel, H., Falconer, L., & Hoel, H. (1997). Occupational safety and health: A method to test the collection of 'grey data' by line managers. Occupational Medicine, 47(2), 81-89. https://doi.org/10.1093/occmed/47.2.81

This paper describes and discusses a method for collecting data relating to the potential for illness or injury to occur in an organization. The reason for using the term 'grey' is explained and the underpinning philosophy of fuzzy thinking is also d... Read More about Occupational safety and health: A method to test the collection of 'grey data' by line managers.

Attitudes to privatization of UK public utilities: Anticipating industrial practice and environmental effects (1996)
Journal Article
Eiser, J. R., Reicher, S. D., & Podpadec, T. J. (1996). Attitudes to privatization of UK public utilities: Anticipating industrial practice and environmental effects. Journal of Consumer Policy, 19(2), 193-208. https://doi.org/10.1007/bf00412473

Attitudes toward the impending privatization of the UK electricity supply and water industries were assessed by means of a questionnaire distributed to 225 visitors to holiday beaches in SW England as part of a broader survey of perceptions of coasta... Read More about Attitudes to privatization of UK public utilities: Anticipating industrial practice and environmental effects.

The perceptions of line and senior managers in relation to occupational health issues (1996)
Journal Article
occupational health issues. Occupational Medicine, 46(2), 151-156

Perceptions of line and senior managers in relation to their role in managing workplace injury and illness were investigated with a large UK manufacturing company. The significance of this research to occupational health practitioners lies in the fac... Read More about The perceptions of line and senior managers in relation to occupational health issues.

Humanities in primary education (1995)
Book
Kimber, D., Clough, N., Forrest, M., Harnett, P., Menter, I., & Newman, E. (1995). Humanities in primary education. David Fulton Publishers

This work asks how primary school children are best helped to understand what is special about being human, in terms of people, place, events, time, beliefs and values. Professional readers are invited to consider their own values against a range of... Read More about Humanities in primary education.

Men Behaving Badly or Attempting to Fit In? Laddism and its Impact on Learning and Teaching in HE
Conference Proceeding
Bovill, H., & Waller, R. Men Behaving Badly or Attempting to Fit In? Laddism and its Impact on Learning and Teaching in HE

Anti-social, anti-intellectual 'laddish' behaviour and its impact on students and the teaching and learning environment has long been a topic of study in school settings (e.g. Connolly, 1997; Delamont, 2000; Francis, 1999), but until relatively rec... Read More about Men Behaving Badly or Attempting to Fit In? Laddism and its Impact on Learning and Teaching in HE.

How and why do working-class women engage with the structures of (higher) education?
Thesis
Bovill, H. (2008). How and why do working-class women engage with the structures of (higher) education?. (Thesis). University of the West of England. Retrieved from https://uwe-repository....ribe.com/output/1491341

…I have lain awake at night contemplating all the mild and genteel methods by which working-class children are led to see – out of what kind and painful necessity it is done! – that, really, they aren’t very clever,… (Steedman, 1982: 7). This re... Read More about How and why do working-class women engage with the structures of (higher) education?.

What kind of student am I?: Transition talk and investment in learning
Report
Brooks, K., & Kelly, K. What kind of student am I?: Transition talk and investment in learning

The transition from ‘fresher’ to graduate has been widely conceptualised as a ‘learning journey’. This paper is an attempt to apply a broadly discursive approach to the study of the transition from school or college to the first year of university t... Read More about What kind of student am I?: Transition talk and investment in learning.

Working Paper 10. Organsing unions, organising communities? Trades unions councils and community union politics in England and Wales
Working Paper
Taylor, G., & Mathers, A. (2008). Working Paper 10. Organsing unions, organising communities? Trades unions councils and community union politics in England and Wales

The division of labour between labour economists and organisation theorists results in there being little or no (epistemic) connection between the disciplines of labour economics and organization theory, and little or no recognition of the (ontic) co... Read More about Working Paper 10. Organsing unions, organising communities? Trades unions councils and community union politics in England and Wales.


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