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Volume 45 Number 2 June 2015



On not becoming ‘a mere empirical existence’: exploring ‘who’ and ‘what’ narratives in pre-service English teachers’ writing
Graham Parr, Scott Bulfin, Renee Castaldi, Elisabeth Griffiths and Charmaine Manuel

‘Not only satisfied and responsible, but also hopeful’: prospective teachers’ career choice satisfaction, hope, and personal responsibility
Altay Eren

Establishing respectful educative relationships: a study of newly qualified teachers in Ireland
Emmanuel O’Grady

Gender and high school chemistry: student perceptions on achievement in a selective setting
Andrew Cousins and Martin Mills

Exploring the intentions and practices of principals regarding inclusive education: an application of the Theory of Planned Behaviour
Zi Yan and Kuen-fung Sin

Changes among Israeli youth movements: a structural analysis based on Kahane’s code of informality
Erik H. Cohen

Funding, reputation and targets: the discursive logics of high-stakes testing
Steven Lewis and Ian Hardy

Producing the docile body: analysing Local Area Under-performance Inspection (LAUI)
Andrew Clapham

Unlocking the gates to the peasants: are policies of ‘fairness’ or ‘inclusion’ more important for equity in higher education?
Tim Pitman

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