Diane Reay
Diane Reay
Professor of Education, University of Cambridge
Geverifieerd e-mailadres voor cam.ac.uk
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‘It's all becoming a habitus’: beyond the habitual use of habitus in educational research
D Reay
British journal of sociology of education 25 (4), 431-444, 2004
Degrees of choice: Social class, race, gender and higher education
D Reay, ME David, SJ Ball
Trentham Books, 2005
Class work: mothers' involvement in their children's primary schooling
D Reay
Routledge, 1998
Choices of degree or degrees of choice? Class,‘race’and the higher education choice process
D Reay, J Davies, M David, SJ Ball
Sociology 35 (04), 855-874, 2001
Bourdieu and education: Acts of practical theory
M Grenfell, D James
Routledge, 2003
‘Strangers in Paradise’?
D Reay, G Crozier, J Clayton
Sociology 43 (6), 1103-1121, 2009
'Classification'and'Judgement': social class and the'cognitive structures' of choice of Higher Education
SJ Ball, J Davies, M David, D Reay
British Journal of Sociology of Education 23 (1), 51-72, 2002
Beyond Consciousness?
D Reay
Sociology 39 (5), 911-928, 2005
‘Fitting in’or ‘standing out’: Working‐class students in UK higher education
D Reay, G Crozier, J Clayton
British educational research journal 36 (1), 107-124, 2010
Finding or losing yourself?: working-class relationships to education
D Reay
Journal of education policy 16 (4), 333-346, 2001
Gendering Bourdieu's concepts of capitals? Emotional capital, women and social class
D Reay
The Sociological Review 52, 57-74, 2004
The zombie stalking English schools: social class and educational inequality
D Reay
British Journal of Educational Studies 54 (3), 288-307, 2006
’Always knowing’and ‘never being sure’: familial and institutional habituses and higher education choice
D Reay
Journal of education policy 13 (4), 519-529, 1998
'Spice Girls','Nice Girls','Girlies', and'Tomboys': Gender discourses, girls' cultures and femininities in the primary classroom
D Reay
Gender and Education 13 (2), 153-166, 2001
A Useful Extension of Bourdieu’s Conceptual Framework?: Emotional capital as a way of understanding mothers’ involvement in their children’s education?
D Reay
The sociological review 48 (4), 568-585, 2000
Making a difference?: institutional habituses and higher education choice
D Reay, M David, S Ball
Sociological Research Online, 2001
’I’ll be a nothing’: structure, agency and the construction of identity through assessment [1]
D Reay, D Wiliam
British Educational Research Journal 25 (3), 343-354, 1999
Rethinking social class: Qualitative perspectives on class and gender
D Reay
Sociology 32 (2), 259-275, 1998
Spoilt for choice’: the working classes and educational markets
D Reay, SJ Ball
Oxford Review of Education 23 (1), 89-101, 1997
School-smart and mother-wise: Working-class women's identity and schooling
W Luttrell
Routledge, 2016
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