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Tables of contents

International Journal of Research & Method in Education

Volume 32 Number 2, July 2009



Transformation and regulation in educational research

Melanie Nind & Birgit Pepin

135 – 136



Interrogating paradigmatic and narrative analyses against a backdrop of teacher professionalism

Sheryl MacMath

137 – 150

The use of CAQDAS in educational research: some advantages, limitations and potential risks

José Baltazar García-Horta & María Teresa Guerra-Ramos

151 – 165

Pictorial analysis in research on education: method and concepts

Eva Skåreus

167 – 183

Using social network methods to study school leadership

Virginia M. Pitts & James P. Spillane

185 – 207

Dual vision: capturing the learning journey of pre-service early childhood teachers of science

Christine Howitt & Grady Venville

209 – 230

Book reviews

Irene Kleanthous; Tim Millar; Kevin Myers

231 – 234


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Studying Teacher Education: a Journal of Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices

Volume 5 Number 1, 13 May 2009



Building a vision for practice

Amanda Berry

1 – 3

Research articles


Using preservice teacher emotion to encourage critical engagement with diversity

Kimberly R. White

5 – 20

Using metaphors to uncover the selves in my practice

Katheryn East

21 – 31

Responding to the challenges posed by summative teacher candidate evaluation: a collaborative self-study of practicum supervision by faculty

Darlene Ciuffetelli Parker & Louis Volante

33 – 44

Developing a vision of teacher education: how my classroom teacher understandings evolved in the university environment

Jason K. Ritter

45 – 60

Seeing through ICT: re-viewing student teachers' transformation of practice from university session to school placement

Jean Dourneen & Sasha Matthewman

61 – 74

Exploring the radical middle between theory and practice: a collaborative self-study of beginning teacher educators

Shawn Michael Bullock & Theodore Christou

75 – 88

Theoretical and methodological tensions in a poststructural, collaborative self-study research project

Susan Sandretto

89 – 101


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Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research

Volume 53 Number 4, 19 August 2009



Possibilities in the boy turn? Comparative lessons from Australia and Iceland

Ingólfur Ásgeir Jóhannesson, Bob Lingard & Martin Mills

309 – 325

Modelling and managing student loyalty: a study of a Norwegian university college

Erik Nesset & Øyvind Helgesen

327 – 345

Promoting democratic citizenship through non-formal adult education: the case of Denmark

Marcella Milana & Tore Bernt Sørensen

347 – 362

Psychological distress among nursing, physiotherapy and occupational therapy students: a longitudinal and predictive study

Per Nerdrum, Tone Rustøen & Michael Helge Rønnestad

363 – 378

Perceptions of learning environment and on-task orientation among students reporting different achievement levels: a study conducted among Norwegian secondary school students

Elena Maria Cosmovici, Thormod Idsoe, Edvin Bru & Elaine Munthe

379 – 396

Cognitive skills in internet-supported learning environments in higher education: research issues

Teklu Abate Bekele

397 – 419


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Ethics and Education

Volume 4 Number 1, March 2009


Richard Smith


Original articles


Respect-due and respect-earned: negotiating student–teacher relationships

Joan F. Goodman

3 – 17

Touched by injury: toward an educational theory of anti-racist humanism

Dina Georgis & R. M. Kennedy

19 – 30

Food for thought: resourcing moral education

Paul Standish

31 – 42

Cavell, literacy and what it means to read

Amanda J. Fulford

43 – 55

Places, spaces, holes for knowing and writing the earth: the geography curriculum and Derrida's Khôra

Christine Winter

57 – 68

Continuities, discontinuities, interactions: values, education and neuroethics

Inna Semetsky

69 – 80

Learning from Seneca: a Stoic perspective on the art of living and education

Leendert F. Groenendijk & Doret J. de Ruyter

81 – 92

Practising what we preach: justice and ethical instruction in management education

Tina L. Robbins & Ben C. Jeffords

93 – 102


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