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2013

Arrigo, Marco; Kukulska-Hulme, Agnes; Arnedillo-Sánchez, Inmaculada and Kismihok, Gábor (2013). Meta-analyses from a collaborative project in mobile lifelong learning. British Educational Research Journal, 39(2) pp. 222–247.

2012

Richardson, John T. E. (2012). The role of response biases in the relationship between students’ perceptions of their courses and their approaches to studying in higher education. British Educational Research Journal, 38(3) pp. 399–418.

2008

Craft, Anna and Jeffrey, Robert (2008). Creativity and performativity in teaching and learning: tensions, dilemmas, constraints, accommodations and synthesis. British Educational Research Journal, 34(5) pp. 577–584. file

Hammersley, Martyn (2008). Troubling criteria: a critical commentary on Furlong and Oancea's framework for assessing educational research. British Educational Research Journal, 34(6) pp. 747–762.

2007

Hurd, Steve (2007). Does school-based initial teacher training affect secondary school performance? British Educational Research Journal pp. 1–18.

Watkins, Chris; Mauthner, Melanie; Hewitt, Roger; Epstein, Debbie and Leonard, Diana (2007). School violence, school differences and school discourses. British Educational Research Journal, 33(1) pp. 61–74.

2005

Hammersley, Martyn (2005). Countering the 'new orthodoxy' in educational research: a response to Phil Hodkinson. British Educational Research Journal, 31(2) pp. 139–155.

Hurd, Steve; Mangan, Jean and Adnett, Nick (2005). Are secondary schools spending enough on books? British Educational Research Journal, 31(2) pp. 239–255.

Richardson, John T. E. (2005). Students’ perceptions of academic quality and approaches to studying in distance education. British Educational Research Journal, 31(1) pp. 7–27.

2004

Haggarty, Linda (2004). An alternative vision for the thoughtful teacher: Thematic Review. British Educational Research Journal, 30(4) pp. 591–600.

Hall, Kathy; Collins, Janet; Benjamin, Shereen; Nind, Melanie and Sheehy, Kieron (2004). SATurated models of pupildom: Assessment and Inclusion/Exclusion. British Educational Research Journal, 30(6) pp. 801–817.

Jeffrey, Bob and Troman, Geoff (2004). Time for ethnography. British Educational Research Journal, 30(4) pp. 535–548. file

Mercer, Neil; Dawes, Lyn; Wegerif, Roger and Sams, Claire (2004). Reasoning as a scientist: ways of helping children to use language to learn science. British Educational Research Journal, 30(3) 359 -377.

2003

Hammersley, Martyn (2003). Media representation of research: the case of a review of ethnic minority education. British Educational Research Journal, 29(3) pp. 327–343.

Jeffrey, Bob (2003). Countering student 'instrumentalism' through creative mediation. British Educational Research Journal, 29(4) pp. 489–503. file

2002

Burden, Robert; Williams, Marion and Lanvers, Ursula (2002). 'French is the Language of Love and Stuff': student perceptions of issues related to motivation in learning a foreign language. British Educational Research Journal, 28(4) pp. 503–528.

Cameron, Lynne (2002). Metaphors in the learning of science: A discourse focus. British Educational Research Journal, 28(5) pp. 673–688.

Haggarty, Linda and Pepin, Birgit (2002). An investigation of mathematics textbooks and their use in English, French and German classrooms: who gets an opportunity to learn what? British Educational Research Journal, 28(4) pp. 567–590.

Levacic, Rosalind and Woods, Philip A. (2002). Raising school performance in the league tables (Part 1): disentangling the effects of social disadvantage. British Educational Research Journal, 28(2) 207 -226.

Lunn, Stephen (2002). 'What we think we can safely say ...': primary teachers’ views of the nature of science. British educational research journal, 28(5) pp. 649–672.

Twining, Peter (2002). Conceptualising Computer Use in Education: introducing the Computer Practice Framework (CPF). British Educational Research Journal, 28(1) pp. 95–110.

Woods, Philip A. and Levacic, Rosalind (2002). Raising school performance in the league tables (Part 2): barriers to responsiveness in three disadvantaged schools. British Educational Research Journal, 28(2) pp. 227–247.

2001

Bagley, Carl; Woods, Philip A. and Woods, Glenys (2001). Implementation of school choice policy: Interpretation and response by parents of students with special educational needs. British Educational Research Journal, 27(3) pp. 287–311.

Blackwell, Alison; Bowes, Lindsey; Harvey, Lee; Hesketh, Anthony J. and Knight, Peter T. (2001). Transforming work experience in Higher Education. British Educational Research Journal, 27(3) pp. 269–285.

Hammersley, Martyn (2001). On “Systematic” reviews of research literatures: a narrative reply to Evans and Benefield. British Educational Research Journal, 27(5) pp. 543–554.

1998

Foster, Peter and Hammersley, Martyn (1998). A review of reviews: structure and function in reviews of educational research. British Educational Research Journal, 24(5) pp. 609–628.

Woods, P.; Jeffrey, B.; Troman, G.; Boyle, M. and Cocklin, B. (1998). Team and technology in writing up research. British Educational Research Journal, 24(5) pp. 573–592.

1997

Hammersley, Martyn (1997). Educational research and teaching: A response to David Hargreaves' TTA lecture. British Educational Research Journal, 23(2) pp. 141–161.

1995

Neal, Sarah (1995). Researching powerful people from a feminist and anti-racist perspective: a note on gender, collusion and marginality. British Educational Research Journal, 21(4) pp. 517–531.

1993

Hammersley, Martyn and Scarth, John (1993). Beware of wise men bearing gifts: A case study in the misuse of educational research. British Educational Research Journal, 19(5) pp. 489–498.

1990

Hammersley, Martyn (1990). An evaluation of two studies of gender imbalance in primary classrooms. British Educational Research Journal, 16(2) pp. 125–143.

1988

Scarth, John and Hammersley, Martyn (1988). Examinations and teaching. British Educational Research Journal, 14(3) pp. 231–249.

1987

Hammersley, Martyn (1987). Ethnography and the cumulative development of theory: A discussion of Woods' proposal for 'phase two' research. British Educational Research Journal, 14(3) pp. 283–296.

Hammersley, Martyn (1987). Ethnography for Survival?: A reply to Woods. British Educational Research Journal, 13(3) pp. 283–295.

Hammersley, Martyn (1987). Some notes on the terms 'validity' and 'reliability'. British Educational Research Journal, 13(1) pp. 73–81.

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