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 Browse by Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines The Research Fields, Courses and Disciplines (Australian Standard Research Classification) is published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS catalogue number 1297.0) 1998. ABS data is used with permission from the Australian Bureau of Statistics -> 330000 Education -> 330100 Education Studies -> 330103 Sociology of Education :

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Keogh, J. and Garrick, B. (2002). 25th April 2002: Pictures of teachers: What have we forgotten?. In: W. Shilton and R. Jeffery, Problematic Futures: Educational Research in an Era of ... Uncertainty. AARE 2002 International Education Research Conference, Brisbane, (78-78). 1-5 December 2002. 90  
Luke, C. (2001) Academic career paths: Women in senior management in Malaysian higher education. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 21 2: 52-75. 243  
Leiminer, M. and Baker, C. D. (2000) A child's say in parent-teacher talk at the pre-school: Doing conversation analytic research in early childhood settings. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 1 2: 135-152. doi:10.2304/ciec.2000.1.2.3 270   0
Leiminer, M. (2000). A child's way: Gaining the floor in parent-teacher talk at the preschool. In: Childhood and Social Research. Childhood and Social Research, Brisbane, (3-3). 29 July 2000. 128  
Lim, L. and Tan, J. (2001). Addressing disability in educational reforms: A force for renewing the vision of Singapore 21. In J. Tan, S. Gopinathan and H.W. Kam (Ed.), Challenges Facing the Singapore Education System Today (pp. 175-188) Singapore: Prentice Hall. 173  
Luke, A. and Luke, C. (2001) Adolescence lost/childhood regained: On early intervention and the emergence of the techno-subject. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 1 1: 91-120. 137  
Carrington, V., Mills, M. D. and Roulston, K. (1999). A feel for the game: Strategic deployments of masculinity. In: Global Issues and Local Effects: The Challenge for Educational Research. Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, Melbourne, (). 27 Nov - 2 Dec 1999. 69  
Carrington, V., Mills, M. D. and Roulston, K. (2000) A feel for the game: Strategic deployments of masculinity. Critical Pedagogy Networker, 13 4: 1-11. 81  
Keddie, A. M. (2005) A framework for 'best practice' in boys' education: Key requisite knowledges and productive pedagogies. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 13 1: 59-74. 463  
Goos, M. E. and Lowrie, T. (2005). A framework for examining numeracy education partnerships between families, schools and communities. In: Critical Perspectives on Partnerships: The Role of Families, Schools and Communities in Numeracy Education. 4th Internat . Conf. on Mathematics Education & Sociey, Gold Coast, (1-6). 2-6 July, 2005. 130  
Keddie, A. M. (2005) A framework for gender justice: Evaluating the transformative capacities of three key Australian schooling initiative. The Australian Educational Researcher, 32 3: 83-102. 105   10 Cited 11 times in Scopus11
Lingard, R. L. (2000) Aligning the message systems. Independent Education, 30 3: 24-26. 84  
Courtice, R. (1999). All-male schooling: Speech night and the construction of masculinities. In Colin Symes and Daphne Meadmore (Ed.), The extra-ordinary school: Parergonality & pedagogy (pp. 59-74) New York: Peter Lang. 39  
Hambel, S. M. (2005) Alternative futures of whiteness. Journal of Futures Studies, 10 2: 75-83. 47   Cited 2 times in Scopus2
Ichimoto, T. (2001). Ambivalent 'selves': Japanese women's diasporic experiences in Australian higher education. In: Transforming Cultures/Shifting Boundaries: Asian Diasporas & Identities in Australia & Beyond, Brisbane, (12-12). 30 November - 2 December, 2001. 59  
Luke, A. (2000). Analise do discurso numa perspectiva critica. In A.M. Hypolito and L.A. Gandin (Ed.), Educacao em tempos de incertezas (pp. 93-110) Belo Horizonte, Spain: Autentica. 376  
Ailwood, Jo (2003) A national approach to gender equity policy in Australia: Another ending, another opening?. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 7 1: 19-32. doi:10.1080/13603110210143635 78   Cited 14 times in Scopus14 0
Luke, A. and Luke, C. (2002) A new toolkit for understanding early intervention: A dialogue with Stuart McNaughton and Douglas Kellner. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 2 1: 113-116. 125  
Hunter, L. (2000). Are 'we' focussing on young adolescents? Students as 'partners' in learning. In: Middle Years of Schooling Association Inaugural Conference Programme. Middle Years of Schooling Association Inaugural Conference, Brisbane, (np). 10-11 March 2000. 43  
Luke, A. and Luke, C. (2000). A situated perspective on cultural globalization. In Nicholas C. Burbules and Carlos Alberto Torres (Ed.), Globalization and education: Critical perspectives (pp. 275-297) London: Routledge. 1993  
Brown, Raymond A. J. (2001). A sociocultural study of the emergence of a classroom community of practice PhD Thesis, Graduate School of Education, The University of Queensland. 358 2
Brown, C. (2003). Athleticism in the classroom: A teacher-guided discussion. In Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur and Shaun Rawolle (Ed.), Educational Imaginings: On the Play of Texts and Contexts (pp. 152-178) Brisbane Australia: Australian Academic Press. 36  
Mills, Martin, Martino, Wayne and Lingard, Bob (2004) Attracting, recruiting and retaining male teachers: policy issues in the male teacher debate. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 25 3: 355-369. doi:10.1080/0142569042000216990 313 2 56 Cited 65 times in Scopus65 2
Light, R. and Kirk, D. (2001) Australian cultural capital: Rugby's social meaning: Physical assets, social advantage and independent schools. Culture, Sport, Society, 4 3: 81-98. 184  
Miller, Jennifer (1999) Becoming audible: Social identity and second language use. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 20 2: 149-165. 365  
Hunter, L. T. (2004) Book review: Evans, J., Davies, B., & Wright, J. (Eds.) Body knowledge and Control: Studies in the Sociology of Physical Education and Health. Sport, Education and Society, 9 2: 296-298. 110  
McGregor, G. and Mills, M. D. (2006) Boys and music education: RMXing the curriculum. Pedagogy, Culture and Society, 14 2: 221-233. doi:10.1080/14681360600738350 155 1 0
Mills, M. (2002). Boys, schooling and backlash politics. In S. Pearce and V. Muller (Ed.), Manning the Next Millennium: Studies in Masculinities (pp. 169-185) Bentley, WA: Black Swan Press. 62  
Hunter, L. T. (2004) Bringing the body back into education?. Redress: Journal of the Association of Women Educators, 13 2: 2-9. 66  
Sidhu, Ravinder (2005) Building a global schoolhouse: International education in Singapore. Australian Journal of Education, 49 1: 46-65. 331 4 Cited 11 times in Scopus11
Mills, Martin D. Challenging Violence in Schools: An Issue of Masculinities. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press, 2001. 120  
Mills, M. D. (2001). Challenging violence in schools: An issue of masculinities. In: BERA Annual Conference Book of Abstracts. BERA Annual Conference, University of Leeds, (52-52). 13-15 September 2001. 75  
Christie, P. H. (2001). Changing cultures and schools in South Africa. In J. Cairns, D. Lawton and R. Gardner (Ed.), Values, Culture and Education (pp. 268-278) London: Kogan Page. 90  
Ichimoto, T. (2001). Changing identities: Listening to the voices of Japanese women studying in Australian universities. In: 6th Women in Asia Conference, Canberra, ACT Australia, (16-16). 23-26 September, 2001. 34  
Hardy, Joy (1999) Chaos in environmental education. Environmental Education Research, 5 2: 125-142. doi:10.1080/1350462990050201 47   0
Baker, C. D. and Campbell, R. (2000). Children, language and power. In Rod Campbell and David Green (Ed.), Literacies and learners: Current perspectives (pp. 15-29) Sydney: Prentice Hall. 54  
Courtice, R. (2000). Classroom experiences and the social relations organizing all-male schools. In Cushla Kapitzke, Wing-Leong Cheung and Yuanfang Yu (Ed.), Difference and dispersion: Educational research in a postmodern context (pp. 17-28) Flaxton, Qld: Post Pressed. 49  
Kelly, A. (1999). Clerical training standards: Their congruence with workplace practices. In Karen Chalmers, Samuela Bogitini and Peter Renshaw (Ed.), Educational research in new times: Imagining communities for diversity and inclusiveness (pp. 127-136) Flaxton, Qld.: Post Pressed. 66  
Smala, S. (2001). Communal divisions in Northern Ireland: Addressing visual symbols and signs. In R. Capeness, A. Kolatsis and A. Woods (Ed.), Creating New Dialogues: Policy, Pedagogy and Reform (pp. 120-126) Flaxton, Qld: Post Pressed. 46  
Smala, S. (2001). Confronting essentialism with essentialism: An anti-sectarian strategy in Northern Ireland. In: What We Know and How We Know It. What We Know and How We Know It, Seattle, (). 10-14 April, 2001. 55  
Smala, S. (1999). Confronting essentialism with essentialism: The Belfast Workers' Educational Association's anti-sectarian strategy. In: Global Issues and Local Effects: The Challenge for Educational Research. Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, Melbourne, (). 27 Nov - 2 Dec 1999. 52  
Smala, S. (2000). Confronting essentialism with essentialism: The Belfast Workers' Educational Association's anti-sectarian strategy. In C. Kapitzke, W-L. Cheung and Y. Yu (Ed.), Difference and Dispersion: Educational Research in a Postmodern Context (pp. 133-139) Flaxton, Queensland: Post Pressed. 56  
Arcodia, C. V. (2000) Confucian contributions to the citizenship debates. New Horizons in Education, 102 June: 68-76. 39  
Pendergast, D. (2004) Constructing a professional identity: A view from within. Caribbean Journal of Home Economics, 3 June 2004: 3-19. 75  
Hardy, I. J. (2003). Contextualising teacher professional development in complex times. In Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur and Shaun Rawolle (Ed.), Educational Imaginings: On the Play of Texts and Contexts (pp. 182-208) Brisbane Australia: Australian Academic Press. 66  
Kelly, Ann (1999). Conversation analysis as a method for explicating work practices by researchers, trainers and assessors. In: Changing Practice Through Research: Changing Research Through Practice. 7th Annual International Conference on Post-Compulsory Education and Training, Gold Coast, Qld., (43-54). 6-8 Dec 1999. 96  
Roulston, K. (1999). Costing the 'worldly riches of extra time'. In Karen Chalmers, Samuela Bogitini and Peter Renshaw (Ed.), Educational research in new times: Imagining communities for diversity and inclusiveness (pp. 97-106) Flaxton, Queensland: Post Pressed. 45  
Smala, S. (1999). Creating empathy: Ideas for cultural literacy. In: Global Citizenship: Languages and Literacies. Global Citizenship, Adelaide, (). 6-9 July 1999. 46  
Iyer, R. (2000). Creating entrepreneurship: Negotiated space in global and local media(ted) discourse. In: Education Research: Towards an Optimistic Future. AARE Sydney 2000, Sydney, (113). 4-7 December 2000. 43  
Macdonald, D. (2002). Critical pedagogy: What might it look like and why does it matter?. In A. Laker (Ed.), The Sociology of Sport and Physical Education: An Introductory Reader (pp. 167-189) London: Routledge/Farmer. 177  

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