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2013

Parry, John; Rix, Jonathan; Sheehy, Kieron and Simmons, Katy (2013). The journey travelled: a view of two settings a decade apart. British Journal of Educational Studies, 61(4) pp. 385–399. file

2009

Myers, Martin and Bhopal, Kalwant (2009). Gypsy, Roma and Traveller children in schools: Understandings of community and safety. British Journal of Educational Studies, 57(4) pp. 417–434.

2006

Marchant, Paul; Hussain, Anwar and Hall, Kathy (2006). Autistic spectrum disorders and Asian children. British Journal of Educational Studies, 54(2) pp. 230–244.

2003

Ahier, John and Beck, John (2003). Education and the Politics of Envy. British Journal of Educational Studies, 51(4) pp. 320–343.

Craft, Anna (2003). The limits to creativity in education: dilemmas for the educator. British Journal of Educational Studies, 51(2) pp. 113–127.

2002

Woods, Philip A. and Woods, Glenys J. (2002). Policy on School Diversity: Taking an Existential Turn in the Pursuit of Valued Learning? British Journal of Educational Studies, 50(2) p. 254.

2001

Anderson, Lesley (2001). A ‘Third Way’ towards self-governing schools?: New Labour and opting out. British Journal of Educational Studies, 49(1) pp. 56–70.

Hammersley, Martyn (2001). Interpreting acheivement gaps: Some comments on a dsipute. British Journal of Educational Studies, 49(3) pp. 285–298.

2000

Foster, Peter; Gomm, Roger and Hammersley, Martyn (2000). Case studies as spurious evaluations: the example of research on educational inequalitites. British Journal of Educational Studies, 48(3) pp. 215–230.

1996

Hammersley, Martyn (1996). Post Mortem of Post Modern? Some refelctions on British sociology of education. British Journal of Educational Studies, 44(1) pp. 395–408.

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