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2020Show types1626
Article1324
Chapter32
2019Show types4479
Literature review11
Editorial22
Comment/debate11
Book/Film/Article review23
Article3169
Conference paper12
Chapter61
2018Show types4854
Conference paper11
Book/Film/Article review11
Article2443
Entry in encyclopedia/dictionary11
Conference paper12
Chapter155
Book51
2017Show types4163
Review article12
Book/Film/Article review21
Article2458
Other chapter contribution1
Chapter71
Book61
2016Show types3347
Comment/debate11
Book/Film/Article review12
Article1733
Foreword/postscript11
Conference paper12
Chapter75
Commissioned report32
Book21
2015Show types3635
Comment/debate11
Book/Film/Article review11
Article1526
Entry in encyclopedia/dictionary2
Chapter133
Report11
Book33
2014Show types3031
Review article11
Book/Film/Article review11
Article1517
Chapter77
Confidential report1
Commissioned report23
Book21
Anthology11
2013Show types4240
Article11
Editorial12
Book/Film/Article review32
Article2324
Chapter105
Commissioned report12
Book23
Anthology11
2012Show types3433
Article2326
Entry in encyclopedia/dictionary1
Chapter84
Commissioned report23
2011Show types4532
Working paper12
Editorial22
Comment/debate11
Book/Film/Article review11
Article2321
Chapter122
Report23
Book3
2010Show types3820
Book/Film/Article review11
Article1915
Chapter113
Book6
Anthology11
2009Show types254
Book/Film/Article review1
Article134
Chapter8
Book3
2008Show types2117
Review article1
Book/Film/Article review2
Article1817
2007Show types1810
Article107
Chapter62
Book1
Anthology11
2006Show types1410
Article88
Chapter3
Book32
2005Show types189
Article97
Foreword/postscript11
Chapter61
Book2
2004Show types219
Article159
Chapter5
Book1
2003Show types2011
Editorial13
Article158
Chapter4
2002Show types256
Book/Film/Article review2
Article106
Conference paper3
Chapter5
Report1
Book4
2001Show types3211
Other contribution1
Book/Film/Article review1
Article1610
Chapter10
Book3
Anthology11
2000Show types287
Book/Film/Article review11
Article146
Chapter7
Book6
1999Show types3
Article2
Chapter1
1998Show types11
Article11
1997Show types1
Article1
1996Show types1
Article1
  1. Winch, Christopher. / Researching Education: Perspectives from Winch’s Approach to the Social Sciences. Nordic Wittgenstein Studies. editor / Michael Campbell ; Lynette Reid. Vol. 6 1. ed. London : SpringerLink, 2020. pp. 231 (Nordic Wittgenstein Studies).
  2. Accepted/In press
  3. Accepted/In press
  4. Accepted/In press
  5. Gewirtz, Sharon ; Cribb, Alan. / Can teachers still be teachers? The near impossibility of humanity in the transactional workplace. Knowledge, Policy and Practice in Education and the Struggle for Social Justice: Essays Inspired by the Work of Geoff Whitty. editor / Andrew Brown ; Emma Wisby. London : UCL Press, 2020. pp. 217
  6. Winch, Christopher. / The learning outcome approach to European VET policy tools: Where are the arguments and the evidence?. Comparative Vocational Education Research : Enduring Challenges and New Ways Forward . editor / Matthias Pilz ; Junmin Li. Wiesbaden : Springer, 2020. pp. 81-96 (Internationale Berufsbildungsforschung).
  7. Accepted/In press
  8. Accepted/In press
  9. Connaughton, Paula ; de St Croix, Tania ; Grace, Pauline ; Thompson, Naomi. / In Defence of Youth Work storytelling as methodology and curriculum in HEI teaching. Teaching youth work in Higher Education: Tensions, connections, continuities and contradictions. editor / Mike Seal. Estonia : University of Tartu, 2019. pp. 247-255
  10. Accepted/In press
  11. Kerasidou, Angeliki ; Cribb, Alan. / Austerity, Health and Ethics. In: Health Care Analysis. 2019 ; Vol. 27, No. 3. pp. 153–156.
  12. Rumbold, Benedict ; Charlton, Victoria Helen ; Rid, Annette ; Mitchell, Polly ; Wilson, James ; Littlejohns, Peter ; Max, Catherine ; Weale, Albert . / Affordability and Non-Perfectionism in Moral Action. In: ETHICAL THEORY AND MORAL PRACTICE. 2019 ; Vol. 22, No. 4. pp. 973-991.
  13. Willis, Rosalind ; Channon, Andrew Amos ; Viana, Joe ; LaValle, Maria Herica ; Hutchinson, Aisha. / Resurrecting the interval of need concept to improve dialogue between researchers, policymakers, and social care practitioners. In: Health and Social Care in the Community. 2019 ; Vol. 27, No. 5. pp. 1271-1282.
  14. Accepted/In press
  15. Tereshchenko, Antonina ; Francis, Becky ; Archer, Louise ; Hodgen, Jeremy ; Mazenod, Anna ; Taylor, Becky ; Pepper, David ; Travers, Mary Claire. / Learners’ attitudes to mixed-attainment grouping : examining the views of students of high, middle and low attainment. In: Research Papers in Education. 2019 ; Vol. 34, No. 4. pp. 425-444.
  16. Accepted/In press
    Driscoll, Jennifer Jane. / Children’s rights and the protective care continuum. Child Protection and the Protective Care Continuum : Theoretical, empirical and practice insights . editor / Fernandez Elizabeth ; Delfabbro Paul. Allen & Unwin, 2019.
  17. Driscoll, Jennifer Jane. / Present Needs and Future Prospects : Exploring the policy conundrum of working children in developing nations. Children's Rights & Sustainable Development. editor / Claire Fenton-Glynn. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2019.
  18. Littlejohns, Peter ; Chalkidou, Kalipso ; Culyer, Anthony J. ; Weale, Albert ; Rid, Annette ; Kieslich, Katharina ; Coultas, Clare ; Max, Catherine ; Manthorpe, Jill ; Rumbold, Benedict ; Charlton, Victoria ; Roberts, Helen ; Faden, Ruth ; Wilson, James ; Krubiner, Carleigh ; Michell, Polly ; Wester, Gry ; Whitty, Jennifer A. ; Knight, Selena. / National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, social values and healthcare priority setting. In: Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine. 2019 ; Vol. 112, No. 5. pp. 173-179.
  19. Accepted/In press
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