British Educational Research Journal
Copyright © John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Edited By: Mark Connolly, Carina Girvan, Sally Power and Chris Taylor, Cardiff University, Wales, UK
Impact Factor: 1.172
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 53/219 (Education & Educational Research)
Online ISSN: 1469-3518
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Spotlight on: Employability
Read recent articles published in BERJ on Education and Employability:
What every worker wants? Evidence about employee demand for learning
Jeanette Findlay, Patricia Findlay, Chris Warhurst
International education and the employability of UK students
Rachel Brooks, Johanna Waters, Helena Pimlott-Wilson
Possible selves: Students orientating themselves towards the future through extracurricular activity
Jacqueline Stevenson, Sue Clegg
Graduate identity and employability
Geoffrey William Hinchliffe, Adrienne Jolly
BERJ News and Announcements
Message From the New Editors of BERJ
We are really excited about taking on the Editorship of the British Educational Research Journal from January 2014 and hope that we can continue to build on the very strong foundations laid down by the outgoing editorial team. Click here to read the full message.
BERJ Editors’ Choice Award
We are building on the outgoing Editorial Team’s practice of celebrating success through nominating a ‘Paper of the Year’. We have chosen to rename this award ‘Editors’ Choice’. For 2014, three papers from 2013 were nominated. The outcome of our decision-making process was as follows:
Ruth Lupton and Martin Thrupp
‘Headteachers’ reading of and responses to disadvantaged contexts: evidence from English primary schools’ 39 (4) 769-788.
Peter Davies, Jean Mangan, Amanda Hughes and Kim Slack
‘Labour market motivation and undergraduate’s choice of degree subject’ 39 (2) 320-382.
Susan Hallam and Samantha Parsons
‘Prevalence of streaming in UK primary schools: evidence from the Millennium Cohort Study’ 39 (3) 514-544.
The BERJ Paper of the Year
We are delighted to announce the 2013 BERJ Paper of the Year - enjoy free access to these articles:
The politics of knowledge in education
Critical arts-based research in education:Performing undocumented historias
Carl Bagley, Ricardo Castro-Salazar
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