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Tables of contents

Journal of Education Policy

Volume 24 Number 4, July 2009

Articles

 

Education, meritocracy and the global war for talent

Phillip Brown & Stuart Tannock

377 – 392

Between control and resistance: Planning and evaluation texts in the Swedish preschool

Annica Löfdahl & Héctor Pérez Prieto

393 – 408

Resistance and enrolment in the enterprise university: An ethno-drama in three acts, with appended reading

Eva Bendix Petersen

409 – 422

Personalisation: The nostalgic revival of child-centred education?

David Hartley

423 – 434

When policy instruments combine to promote coherence: An analysis of Connecticut’s policies related to teacher quality

Peter Youngs & Courtney Bell

435 – 460

Students ‘at-risk’ policy: competing social and economic discourses

Linda Audrey Joy Mosen-Lowe, Lesley Vidovich & Anne Chapman

461 – 476

Educators’ responses to policy concerns about the gender balance of the teaching profession in Scotland

Lyn Tett & Sheila Riddell

477 – 493

Creating a niche in the education market: the rise of internationalised secondary education in the Netherlands

Don Weenink

495 – 511

Documents and Debates

 

Documents and Debates

Stephen Ball & Meg Maguire

513

Case study of implementation amidst corruption linkages: The National Textbook Delivery Program (TDP) of the Philippine Department of Education

Vicente Chua Reyes

515 – 535

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Gifted Child Quarterly

Volume 53 Number 3, June 2009

Articles

 

Parenting gifted and talented children: conceptual and empirical foundations
Alina Morawska & Matthew R. Sanders

163-173

Dimensionality and typology of perfectionism: the use of the Frost Multidimensional Perfectionism Scale with Chinese gifted students in Hong Kong
David W. Chan

174-187

The impact of advanced curriculum on the achievement of mathematically promising elementary students
M. Katherine Gavin, Tutita M. Casa, Jill L. Adelson, Susan R. Carroll & Linda Jensen Sheffield

188-202

Self-regulated learning and instructional factors in the scientific inquiry of scientifically gifted Korean middle school students
Cho-Hee Yoon

203-216

Book Review: Hamilton, N. (2007). Biography: A Brief History. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press
Ann Robinson

217-218

Effect sizes in gifted education research
Marcia Gentry & Scott J. Peters

219-222

 

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Educational Review

Volume 61 Number 2, May 2009

Editorial

 

Critical perspectives on activity theory

Deirdre Martin & Nick Peim

131 – 138

Articles

 

Education policy, distributed leadership and socio-cultural theory

David Hartley

139 – 150

Transformation or transformism: Engeström’s version of activity theory?

James Avis

151 – 165

Activity theory and ontology

Nick Peim

167 – 180

Vygotsky’s Enlightenment precursors

John Hardcastle

181 – 195

Reflections on activity theory

David Bakhurst

197 – 210

A Derridaean reading of the zone of proximal development (ZPD): the monster in the play of différance

Kevin J. Flint

211 – 227

Book reviews

Christopher Rhodes; Paul Warmington; Robyn Carston; Lynn Davies; Pamela Taylor; Miriam E. David; Frank Hardman; Nick Peim; Pamela Taylor; Nicola Rollock; Keith Watson; Nick Peim

229 – 248

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International Review of Education

Volume 55 Number 2, May 2009

Introduction: education for reconciliation and conflict resolution

Birgit Brock-Utne

145

Why there can be no conflict resolution as long as people are being humiliated

Evelin G. Lindner

157

Educating against extremism: towards a critical politicisation of young people

Lynn Davies

183

A gender perspective on peace education and the work for peace

Birgit Brock-Utne

205

An African perspective on peace education: Ubuntu lessons in reconciliation

Tim Murithi

221

The complexities of teaching historical conflictual narratives in integrated Palestinian–Jewish schools In Israel

Zvi Bekerman

235

Policing matters: addressing the controversial issue of policing through education for reconciliation

Mella Cusack

251

Black Hawk Down: Film Zwischen Reflektion und Konstruktion Gesellschaftlicher Wirklichkeit

Holger Pötzsch

269

Core competencies: the challenge for graduate peace and conflict studies education

John Windmueller, Ellen Kabcenell Wayne & Johannes (Jannie) Botes

285

Co-ordinating peace research and education in Australia: a report on the Canberra forum of 2 May 2008

James Page

303

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