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Little, Brenda and Arthur, Lore (2010). Less time to study, less well prepared for work, yet satisfied with higher education: A UK perspective on links between higher education and the labour market. Journal of Education and Work, 23(3) pp. 275–296. file

Arthur, Lore and Little, Brenda (2010). The REFLEX study: exploring graduates' views on the relationship between higher education and employment. Centre for Higher Education Research and Information, The Open University, London, UK. file

Brennan, John; Arthur, Lore; Little, Brenda; Cochrane, Allan; Williams, Ruth; Locke, William; Singh, Mala; David, Miriam; Kim, Terri and King, Roger (2010). Higher Education and Society: A research report. CHERI, London. file

Arthur, Lore (2006). Higher Education and the Knowledge Society: issues, challenges and responses in Norway and Germany. Research in Comparative and International Education, 1(3) pp. 241–252.

Burgess, Hilary; Sieminski, Sandy and Arthur, Lore (2006). Achieving Your Doctorate in Education. study skills. London, UK: Sage in association with the Open University.

Arthur, Lore (2004). Work-life balance. Debatte, 12(2) pp. 137–153.

Arthur, Lore and Tait, Alan (2004). Too little time to learn?: Issues and challenges for those in work. Studies in the Education of Adults, 36(2) pp. 222–234.

Arthur, Lore (2002). Work-Life balance: towards an agenda for policy learning between Britain and Germany. London, UK: Anglo-German Foundation. file

Arthur, Lore (2002). Precarious relationships: perceptions of culture and citizenship among teachers of German. Compare: A journal of comparative education, 32(1) pp. 83–93.

Arthur, Lore (2002). Networking and intercultural communication: triumphs and tribulations. In: Field, John ed. Promoting European Dimensions in Lifelong Learning. Leicester, UK: National Institute of Adult Continuing Education, pp. 43–53.

Arthur, Lore (2002). Intercultural communication and identities; foreign language teachers’ perceptions of culture and citizenship. In: Schweisfurth, Michele; Davies, Lynn and Harber, Clive eds. Learning democracy and citizenship: international experiences. Oxford, UK: Symposium Books, pp. 67–80.

Arthur, Lore (2001). Bits of baggage and wanderers' tales: Towards the construction of a new theoretical framework for comparative adult education. Studies in the Education of Adults, 33(2) pp. 100–108.

Arthur, Lore (2001). Tutors as lifelong learners. In: Arthur, Lore and Hurd, Stella eds. Supporting lifelong language learning. London: CILT in association with the Open University, pp. 7–15.

Arthur, Lore (2001). Language and cultural awareness. In: Arthur, Lore and Hurd, Stella eds. Supporting lifelong language learning. London: CILT in association with the Open University, pp. 16–25.

Arthur, Lore (2001). Understanding language learners. In: Arthur, Lore and Hurd, Stella eds. Supporting lifelong language learning. London: CILT in association with the Open University, pp. 36–45.

Arthur, Lore (2001). The teaching portfolio: approaches, values and professional developments. In: Klapper, John ed. Teaching languages in Higher Education: Issues in training and continuing professional development. London, UK: CILT, pp. 200–214.

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