Items where SHU Author is "Garland, Paul"
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FANG, Xi and GARLAND, Paul (2014). Teacher orientations to ELT curriculum reform: an ethnographic study in a Chinese secondary school. The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher, 23 (2), 311-319.
GARLAND, Paul (2012). What can the work of Habermas offer educational researcher development programmes? Studies in Higher Education, 1-15.
GARLAND, Paul and GARLAND, Irene (2012). A participative research for learning methodology on education doctoral training programmes. International Journal for Researcher Development, 3 (1), 7-25.
GARLAND, Irene and GARLAND, Paul (2012). Performative Cultures: changing professional roles, responsibilities and relationships of teachers and teaching assistants. In: Performativity in UK Education: Ethnographic Cases of its Effects, Agency and Reconstructions. Stroud, E&E Publishing.
GARLAND, Paul (2008). Action theory in Habermas and educational practices. In: HUDSON, Brian and ZGAGA, Pavel, (eds.) Teacher Education Policy in Europe: a voice of Higher Education Institutions. Ljubljana, Teacher Education Policy in Europe Network, Umeå: University of Umeå, Faculty of Teacher Education, 209-224.
Conference or Workshop Item
LARSON, A., GARLAND, P. and MCCAIG, C. (2009). How can the concepts of habitus and field help us to understand the engagement of educational workers in higher Education? In: European conference of education research, Vienna, 28-30 September 2009. (Submitted)