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Fuller, Alison, Heath, Sue and Johnston, Brenda (eds.) (2011) Rethinking widening participation in higher education: the role of social networks, Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 159pp.
Dyke, Martin (2011) The extent to which higher education (HE) is conceived as ‘within the bounds of the possible’ and worthwhile for non-participating adults. In, Fuller, Alison, Heath, Sue and Johnston, Brenda (eds.) Widening Participation for Reluctant Students: Involving ‘ordinary people'. London, GB, Routledge.
Dyke, Martin, Fuller, Alison and Johnston, Brenda (2011) Approaches to reflexivity: navigating educational and career pathways. British Journal of Sociology of Education (doi:10.1080/01425692.2012.686895).
Felstead, Alan, Fuller, Alison, Jewson, Nick and Unwin, Lorna (2011) Following the retail chain: sandwiches, supermarkets and the potential for workplace learning. In, Grugulis, Irena and Bozkurt, Ödül (eds.) Retail Work. London, GB, Palgrave Macmillan. (Critical Perspectives on Work and Employment).
Felstead, Alan, Fuller, Alison, Jewson, Nick and Unwin, Lorna (2011) Praxis: Working to learn, learning to work. South Yorkshire, GB, UK Commission for Employment and Skills, 22pp.
Fuller, A., Foskett, R., Johnston, B. and Paton, K. (2011) 'Getting by' or 'getting ahead'? Gendered educational and career decision-making in networks of intimacy. In, Gendered Choices and Transitions in Lifelong Learning: Part-Time Pathways, Full-Time Lives. Heidelberg, DE, Springer.
Haverig, Anika and Roberts, Steven (2011) The New Zealand OE as governance through freedom: rethinking 'the apex of freedom'. Journal of Youth Studies (In Press).
Johnston, Brenda (2011) Making sense of complex social network data. In, Fuller, Alison, Heath, Sue and Johnston, Brenda (eds.) Rethinking Widening Participation in Higher Education: the Role of Social Networks. London, GB, Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, 15-31.
Johnston, Brenda and Fuller, Alison (2011) Employer engagement initiative evaluation: Main report. Southampton, GB, University of Southampton, 255pp.