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  • Journal

    Becker, H. S.

    Whose Side Are We On?

    1967 - Social Problems

    In-text: (Becker 239-247)

    Your Bibliography: Becker, Howard S. "Whose Side Are We On?." Social Problems 14.3 (1967): 239-247. Web.

  • Journal

    Callender, C.

    Bursaries and institutional aid in higher education in England: do they safeguard and promote fair access?

    2010 - Oxford Review of Education

    In-text: (Callender 45-62)

    Your Bibliography: Callender, Claire. "Bursaries And Institutional Aid In Higher Education In England: Do They Safeguard And Promote Fair Access?." Oxford Review of Education 36.1 (2010): 45-62. Web.

  • Journal

    Delamont, S., Oliver, M. and Connolly, P.

    Taking Sides in Social Research: Essays on partisanship and bias

    2001 - British Journal of Sociology of Education

    In-text: (Delamont, Oliver and Connolly 157-169)

    Your Bibliography: Delamont, Sara, Mike Oliver, and Paul Connolly. "Taking Sides In Social Research: Essays On Partisanship And Bias." British Journal of Sociology of Education 22.1 (2001): 157-169. Web. 8 Jan. 2015.

  • Book

    Fine, G. A.

    A second Chicago school?

    1995 - University of Chicago Press - Chicago

    In-text: (Fine)

    Your Bibliography: Fine, Gary Alan. A Second Chicago School?. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1995. Print.

  • Book

    Gouldner, A. W.

    For sociology: renewal and critique in sociology today

    1973 - Basic Books - New York

    In-text: (Gouldner)

    Your Bibliography: Gouldner, Alvin Ward. For Sociology: Renewal And Critique In Sociology Today. New York: Basic Books, 1973. Print.

  • Journal

    Hammersley, M.

    A Reply to Partisan Reviews

    2001 - British Journal of Sociology of Education

    In-text: (Hammersley 417-421)

    Your Bibliography: Hammersley, Martyn. "A Reply To Partisan Reviews." British Journal of Sociology of Education 22.3 (2001): 417-421. Web.

  • Book

    Hammersley, M.

    Taking sides in social research

    2000 - Routledge - London

    In-text: (Hammersley)

    Your Bibliography: Hammersley, Martyn. Taking Sides In Social Research. London: Routledge, 2000. Print.

  • Journal

    Harrison, N. and Hatt, S.

    Expensive and failing? The role of student bursaries in widening participation and fair access in England

    2012 - Studies in Higher Education

    In-text: (Harrison and Hatt 695-712)

    Your Bibliography: Harrison, Neil, and Sue Hatt. "Expensive And Failing? The Role Of Student Bursaries In Widening Participation And Fair Access In England." Studies in Higher Education 37.6 (2012): 695-712. Web.

  • Journal

    Hatt, S., Hannan, A. and Baxter, A.

    Bursaries and Student Success: a Study of Students from Low-Income Groups at Two Institutions in the South West

    2005 - Higher Education Q

    In-text: (Hatt, Hannan and Baxter 111-126)

    Your Bibliography: Hatt, Sue, Andrew Hannan, and Arthur Baxter. "Bursaries And Student Success: A Study Of Students From Low-Income Groups At Two Institutions In The South West." Higher Education Q 59.2 (2005): 111-126. Web.

  • Journal

    Liebling, A.

    Whose Side are We on? Theory, Practice and Allegiances in Prisons Research

    2001 - British Journal of Criminology

    In-text: (Liebling 472-484)

    Your Bibliography: Liebling, A. "Whose Side Are We On? Theory, Practice And Allegiances In Prisons Research." British Journal of Criminology 41.3 (2001): 472-484. Web.

  • Journal

    Marriott, P.

    An Analysis of First Experience Students' Financial Awareness and Attitude to Debt in a Post-1992 UK University

    2007 - Higher Education Q

    In-text: (Marriott 498-519)

    Your Bibliography: Marriott, Pru. "An Analysis Of First Experience Students' Financial Awareness And Attitude To Debt In A Post-1992 UK University." Higher Education Q 61.4 (2007): 498-519. Web.

  • Journal

    Troyna, B.

    Beyond Reasonable Doubt? Researching ‘race’ in educational settings

    1995 - Oxford Review of Education

    In-text: (Troyna 395-408)

    Your Bibliography: Troyna, Barry. "Beyond Reasonable Doubt? Researching ‘Race’ In Educational Settings." Oxford Review of Education 21.4 (1995): 395-408. Web.

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