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Zembylas, Michalinos – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
This paper analyses the emotional governance of responses to terrorist attacks and examines the extent to which affective pedagogies in civic education may contest the emotional norms that are institutionalised in society. This analysis is important, not only because it makes visible how forms of violence (especially terrorism) have an emotional…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Terrorism, Self Control, Emotional Response
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Sas, Marlies; Hardyns, Wim; Reniers, Genserik; Ponnet, Koen – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
The current study explores the role of individual and environmental determinants on students' fear of crime. Based on a large-scale survey among students of a Belgian university (n = 1,463), the relationship between perceived social and physical disorder and the three dimensions of fear of crime (perceived risk of victimization, feelings of…
Descriptors: College Students, Fear, Crime, Correlation
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Barnes, L. Philip – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
This article considers the proposals of the final report of the Commission on Religious Education (CoRE 2018) and its controversial conclusion that the law should require religious education to include teaching about non-religious worldviews alongside religions, presumably in equal measure. Attention is given both to Trevor Cooling's recent…
Descriptors: Religious Education, World Views, Reports, Laws
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Jordan, Karen – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
Although fostering values is promoted within sustainability education (SE), many educators appear concerned or conflicted about how, or whether, to approach values education. An interdisciplinary research project sought to draw on insights from character education (CE) in order to explore the problem. Using the Delphi technique, 12 CE and SE…
Descriptors: Values Education, Sustainability, Environmental Education, Interdisciplinary Approach
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Colman, Aly – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
This paper contributes to recent debates pertaining to neoliberal technologies of performativity including fabrication, panopticism and post-panopticism. These terms are discussed here in relation to constant visibility from recent school inspection arrangements in England and the impact of this on school leadership. Case study research within one…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary Schools, Secondary Schools, Instructional Leadership
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Cooling, Trevor – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2022
In a recent article, L. Philip Barnes critiques the Commission on Religious Education (CoRE) Final Report by scrutinising its text and by responding to my interpretation of that text. His particular, but not exclusive, focus is CoRE's proposal that the idea of worldview should be central to RE. His conclusion is that: 'The collective force of…
Descriptors: Religious Education, World Views, Course Content, Teaching Methods
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Rensimer, Lee – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2021
Transnational higher education (TNHE) has been characterised as a crude form of market-driven internationalisation, often targeting immobile student populations in countries with high demand for international academic degrees. In response to recent scholarship on the role of higher education internationalisation in facilitating and producing…
Descriptors: Immigrants, Asians, International Education, Multicampus Colleges
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Brooks, Rachel; Waters, Johanna – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2021
This paper explores the contemporary relationship between international student migration and diaspora formation. It argues that international students have been largely absent from recent discussions of 'knowledge diasporas', where migrants' 'home' states attempt to harness and co-opt the skills and knowledge of their émigrés. This is surprising,…
Descriptors: Foreign Students, Study Abroad, Immigrants, Correlation
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Rizvi, Fazal – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2021
A contemporary definition of diaspora points to communities that are transnationally dispersed but remain connected to their place of origin. Accordingly, diaspora do not have an objective existence but are forged through a variety of means, involving multiple agencies and sites of formation. One of these sites is higher education. Based on…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Global Approach, Higher Education, Foreign Students
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George, Rosalyn; Maguire, Meg – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2021
In the UK, a default retirement age no longer exists and more people choose to 'stay on' in their academic posts. 'Staying on' poses opportunities and threats in the academic labour market. Older academics can make a positive contribution to their institution through their expertise and experience. By continuing to work, paying tax and keeping…
Descriptors: Teacher Educators, Teacher Attitudes, Teacher Retirement, Decision Making
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Graham, Mark A.; Lewis, Rebecca – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2021
This article describes a qualitative study of pre-service art education students that was designed to explore relationships between mindfulness, self-inquiry, and artistic practices. The researchers, who are art educators, were curious about how mindfulness practices might connect, overlap or influence the personal artistic practice of the…
Descriptors: Metacognition, Preservice Teacher Education, Art Teachers, Art Education
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Morrison, Andrew – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2021
This article discusses concerns raised by the Office for Students (OfS) and other policy actors regarding perceived grade inflation in undergraduate degree classifications in England. I employ a desert-based justice philosophical framework to argue that the criticisms made by the OfS can be understood in light of the position that degree…
Descriptors: Grade Inflation, Higher Education, Undergraduate Students, Justice
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Stolz, Steven A. – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2021
The use of narrative has been a time-honoured way of exploring complex ideas, and a valuable way to learn. An obvious example that epitomises this thesis, are the dialogues of Plato. Indeed, what gives significance to these dialogues is the way in which complex ideas are revealed through the struggles and conflicts of one or more characters. With…
Descriptors: Justice, Dialogs (Language), Story Telling, Fiction
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Dishon, Gideon; Gilead, Tal – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2021
In recent years, the idea that the future is inherently unpredictable has gained considerable currency in educational policymaking. In this paper, we seek to critically examine and analyze the implications that stem from embracing this concept of the future. To do so, we focus on current discussions of 21-century skills, and more specifically on…
Descriptors: Futures (of Society), 21st Century Skills, Educational Policy, International Organizations
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McLean, Karen – British Journal of Educational Studies, 2021
This paper considers utilising the sociocultural concept of learning activity to understand parents' learning about young children's play in the context of community playgroups and social media use. Parents' knowledge about children's play influences the provision of parental-provided play experiences for young children and can be enhanced through…
Descriptors: Sociocultural Patterns, Play, Social Media, Group Activities
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