22 SES 05 C, Widening Participation in Higher Education (Part 1)
Paper Session Continued in 22 SES 06 C
Archer, L. (2007). Diversity, equality and higher education: a critical reflection on the abuses of equity discourse within widening participation. Teaching in Higher Education, 12(5): 635-653.
Appadurai, A. (2003). Archive and Aspiration. In J. Brouwer & A. Mulder (eds.) Information is Alive, Rotterdam: NAI Publishers.
Appadurai, A. (2004). The Capacity to Aspire: Culture and the Terms of Recognition. In V. Rao & M. Walton (eds.) Culture and Public Action, Stanford: Stanford University Press: 59-84.
Barone, C. (2006). Cultural Capital and the Explanation of Inequalities in Learning Outcomes: A Comparative Analysis. Sociology, 40(6): 1039-1058.
Bradley, D., P. Noonan, H. Nugent, & B. Scales (2008). Review of Australian Higher Education: Final Report, Canberra: Commonwealth of Australia.
Reay, D., M.E. David, & S. Ball (2005). Degrees of choice: social class, race and gender in higher education. Stoke on Trent: Trentham Books.
Hatt, S., A. Baxter & J. Tate (2005). Who benefits from widening participation? A study of targeting in the South West of England. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 29(4): 341–351.
Hernandez-Martinez, P., L. Black, J. Williams, P. Davis, M. Pampaka & G. Wake (2008). Mathematics students’ aspirations for higher education: class, ethnicity, gender and interpretive repertoire styles. Research Papers in Education, 23(2): 153-165.
Higher Education Funding Council for England (2006). Widening participation: a review report to the Minister of State for Higher Education and Lifelong Learning. London: Higher Education Funding Council for England.
Leathwood, C. and A. Hayton (2002). Educational inequalities in the United Kingdom : a critical analysis of the discourses and policies of New Labour, Australian Journal of Education, 46(2): 138-153.
Maras, P. (2007). ‘But no one in my family has been to university’. Aiming Higher: School Students’ Attitudes to Higher Education. Australian Educational Researcher, 34(3): 69-90.
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (2007). Education at a glance 2006. Paris: OECD. Viewed 18 October 2008, from
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