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2013

Murphy, Patricia and Wolfenden, Freda (2013). Developing a pedagogy of mutuality in a capability approach - teachers' experiences of using the open educational resources (OER) of the teacher education in sub-Saharan Africa (TESSA) programme. International Journal of Educational Development , 33(3) pp. 263–271.

2007

Ivinson, Gabrielle and Murphy, Patricia (2007). Rethinking single sex teaching. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.

Whitelegg, Elizabeth; Murphy, Patricia and Hart, Christina (2007). Girls in physics: dilemmas and tensions. In: Pintó, Roser and Couso, Digna eds. Contributions from Science Education Research. Dordrecht: Springer, pp. 27–32.

2006

Murphy, Patricia and Whitelegg, Elizabeth (2006). Girls and physics: continuing barriers to 'belonging'. Curriculum Journal, 17(3) pp. 281–305.

Murphy, Patricia and Whitelegg, Elizabeth (2006). Girls in the physics classroom: a review of the research on the participation of girls in physics. Institute of Physics, London, UK. file

Murphy, Patricia (2006). Gender and technology: gender mediation in school knowledge. In: Dakers, John R. ed. Defining technological literacy: Towards an epistemological framework. New York, USA: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 219–237.

2004

Murphy, Patricia and Ivinson, Gabrielle (2004). Gender differences in educational achievement: a socio-cultural analysis. In: Olssen, Mark ed. Culture and learning: Access and opportunity in the classroom. International Perspectives on Curriculum. Greenwich Connecticut, USA: Information Age Publishing Inc, pp. 365–386.

Craft, A; Miell, D; Vass, E; Whitelock, D; Littleton, K; Joubert, M and Murphy, P (2004). Ignite! Fellowship Programme for Young People: A Research Study. National Endownment for Science Technology and the Arts (NESTA), London, UK.

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