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Durham University

School of Education

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Prof Stephen Gorard - all publications

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  • Gorard,S., Boliver,V. & Siddiqui,N. (2018). How can contextualised admissions widen participation?. In Achieving Equity and Quality in Higher Education. Shah, M. & McKay, J. London: Palgrave MacMillan. 307-326.
  • Gorard, S. a & Siddiqui, N. (2018). Refining measures of poverty and their impact on student progress in England. In Understanding school segregation. Bonal, X. & Bellei, C. London: Bloomsbury. 85-102
  • Gorard, S. (2017). An introduction to the importance of research design. In The BERA/SAGE Handbook of Educational Research. Wyse, D., Selwyn, N., Smith, E. & Suter, L. London: SAGE. 203-212.
  • Boliver, V., Gorard, S. & Siddiqui, N. (2017). How can we widen participation in higher education? The promise of contextualised admissions. In The University as a Critical Institution?. Deem, R. & Eggins, H. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. 95-110.
  • Gorard, S. (2017). How should numeric data be analysed?. In The BERA/SAGE Handbook of Educational Research. Wyse, D., Selwyn, N., Smith, E. & Suter, L. London: SAGE. 753-768.
  • Gorard, S. (2017). Multiple linear regression. In Research Methods and Methodologies in Education. Coe, R., Waring, M., Hedges, L. & Arthur, J. London: Sage. 348-355.
  • Gorard, S. (2017). Statistical and Correlational Techniques. In Research Methods and Methodologies in Education. Coe, R., Arthur, J., Hedges, L. & Waring, M. London: Sage. 119-124.
  • Harris, N. & Gorard, S. (2017). The United Kingdom. In Die Bildungssysteme Europas. Döbert, H., Hörner, W., von Kopp, B. & Reuter, Lutz (Hrsg.) Baltmannsweiler: Schneider Verlag Hohengehren. 842-876.
  • Harris, N. & Gorard, S. (2015). The Education System of the United Kingdom. In Education systems of Europe (Updated Second Edition). Hörner, W., Döbert, H., Reuter, L. & von Kopp, B. Springer Dordrecht Netherlands.
  • Harris, N. & Gorard, S. (2014). The Education System of the United Kingdom: Developments post 2008. In Education Systems of Europe. Döbert, H., Hörner, W., von Kopp, B. & Reuter, L. Springer Dordrecht, Netherlands.
  • Gorard, S. (2014). The potential determinants of educational disadvantage. In Harnessing what works in eliminating disadvantage: a tale of two classrooms. Wood, C. & Scott, R. London, DEMOS.
  • Gorard, S. (2013). An argument concerning overcoming inequalities in Higher Education. In Aspirations, Access and attainment n Widening Participation: International Perspectives and an Agenda for Change. Murray, N. & Klinger, C. Routledge: London.
  • Gorard, S. & Makopolou, K. (2012). Is mixed methods the natural approach to research?. In Reearch Methods in Physical Education and Yough Sport. Armour, K. & Macdonald, D. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 106-119.
  • Gorard, S. (2012). Multiple linear regression made simple. In Research Methodologies and Methods in Education. Coe, R., Arthur, J., Hedges, L. & Waring, M. London: Sage.
  • Gorard, S. (2012). Simple Statistical and correlational Research. In Research Methodologies and Methods in Education. Coe, R. & Arthur, J. London: Sage.
  • Gorard, S. (2011). Are Academies working? In The State and Education Policy. Gunter, H. London: Continuum.
  • Gorard, S & See, B H (2008). The impact of SES on participation and attainment in science - a review of existing literature. In Exploring the relationship between socio-economic status and participation and attainment in science education. Royal Society. 22-29.
  • Gorard, S, See, B H & Smith, E (2008). The impact of SES on participation and attainment in science - an analysis of available data. In Exploring the relationship between socio-economic status and participation and attainment in science education. Royal Society. 10-21

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