Professor Carl Bagley - all publications
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Bagley, C. & Castro-Salazar, R. (2012). Dance: Making Movement Meaningful. In Handbook of Qualitative Research in Education. Delamont, S. Edward Elgar: Cheltenham. Beach D. &
Bagley, C. (2011). New Threats in Advanced Knowledge-based Economies to the Old Problem of Developing and Sustaining Quality. In Developing Quality Cultures in Teacher Education: Expanding Horizons in Relation to Quality Assurance. Eisenschmidt, E. & Lofstrom, E. Tallin University Press.
Bagley, C. & Castro-Salazar, R. (2010). Envisioning Undocumented Historias: Towards a Critical Performance Ethnography. In New Frontiers in Ethnography. Hillyard, S. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing.
Bagley, C.A. (2009). Professionals, People and Power: Sourcing Social Capital on an Early Years Education and Health Care Programme. In Social Capital, Professionalism and Diversity. Allan, J., Ozga, J. & Smyth, G. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. 107-121. Cancienne, M.B. &
Bagley, C. (2008). Dance as Method. In Knowing Differently: Arts-Based and Collaborative Research Methods. Liamputtong, P. & Rumbold, J. (eds) New York: Nova Science Publishers.
Bagley, C. (2008). Exploring Multimedia Performance in Educational Research. In Handbook of Research on Digital Information Technologies: Innovations, Methods and Ethical Issues. Hansson, T. (ed). Hershey, PA: ISR.
Bagley, C. (2007). (Re)visualising Childhood. In The Art of Visual Inquiry. Knowles, J.G., Luciani, T.C., Cole, A. & Neilsen, L. (eds). Halifax, NS & Toronto, ON: Backalong Books & Centre for Arts-Informed Research. 295-308. Edited book Bagley, C. & Cancienne, M.B. (2002).
. Lesley University series in arts & education; v. 5; P. Lang. Dancing the data Journal Article
Lee, N.Y.A. &
Bagley, C. (2017). School Choice with Education Vouchers: An Empirical Case Study from Hong Kong. International Studies in the Sociology of Education 26(1): 3-18.
Ward, S.C., Bagley, C., Lumby, J., Hamilton, T., Woods, P. & Roberts, A. (2016). What is ‘policy’ and what is ‘policy response’? An illustrative study of the implementation of the Leadership Standards for Social Justice in Scotland. Educational Management Administration & Leadership 44(1): 43-56.
Hillyard, S. & Bagley, C.A. (2015). Community strikes back? Belonging and exclusion in rural English villages in networked times. International Journal of Inclusive Education 19(7): 748-758. Ali, F.M. &
Bagley, C. (2015). Islamic Education in a Multicultural Society: The Case of a Muslim School in Canada. Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l'éducation 38(4): 1-26.
Bagley, C & Hillyard, S (2015). School Choice in an English Village: Living, Loyalty and Leaving. Ethnography and Education 10(3): 278-292.
Ward, S.C., Bagley, C., Lumby, J., Woods, P., Hamilton, T. & Roberts, A. (2015). School Leadership for Equity: Lessons from the Literature. International Journal of Inclusive Education 19(4): 333-346.
Bagley, C & Beach, D (2015). The marginalisation of social justice as a form of knowledge
in teacher education in England. Policy Futures in Education 13(4): 424-438. Beach, D.,
Bagley, C., Eriksson, A. & Player-Koro, C. (2014). Changing teacher education in Sweden: Using meta-ethnographic analysis to understand and describe policymaking and educational changes. Teaching and Teacher Education 44: 160-167.
Bagley, C.A. & Hillyard, S. (2014). Rural schools, social capital and the Big Society: a theoretical and empirical exposition. British Educational Research Journal 40(1): 63-67. Smit, J.,
Bagley, C. & Ward, S. (2014). Uncovering Policy Response: Primary School Principals in the Netherlands and the Professions in Education Act. Journal of Contemporary Educational Studies – Sodobna pedagogika 65/131(4): 30-47.
Bagley, C.A. (2014). Vintage Wine in New Bottles: Situating the Extraordinary Autobiographical Work of Charlotte Salomon (1917-1943) and the Sensuous Arts-based Power of her Multi-genre Visual Narrative. International Journal of Critical Cultural Studies 11(1): 33-43.
Hillyard, S. & Bagley, C. (2013). 'The fieldworker not in the head's office': an empirical exploration of the role of an English rural primary school within its village. Social & Cultural Geography 14(4): 410-427. Beach, D. &
Bagley, C. (2013). Changing professional discourses in teacher education policy back towards a training paradigm a comparative study. European Journal of Teacher Education 36(4): 379-392. Ali, F. &
Bagley, C. (2013). Islamic Education and Multiculturalism: Engaging with the Canadian Experience. Journal of Contemporary Issues in Education 8(2): 19-31.
Bagley, C. & Castro-Salazar, R. (2012). Critical Arts-Based Research in Education: Performing undocumented historias. British Educational Research Journal 38(2): 219-239. Beach, D. &
Bagley, C.A. (2012). The weakening role of education studies and the re-traditionalisation of Swedish teacher education. Oxford Review of Education 38(3): 287-303.
Clough, S. & Bagley, C. (2012). UK Higher Education Institutions and the Third stream Agenda. Policy Futures in Education 10(2): 178-190.
Bagley, C. (2011). From Sure Start to Children's Centres: capturing the erosion of social capital. Journal of Education Policy 26(1): 95-113.
Bagley, C. & Hillyard, S. (2011). Village Schools in England: At the heart of their community?. Australian Journal of Education 55(1): 5. Castro-Salazar, R. &
Bagley, C. (2010). 'Ni de aqui ni from there' Navigating between contexts: counter narratives of undocumented Mexican students in the United States. Race, Ethnicity and Education 13(1): 23-40. Cancienne, M.B. &
Bagley, C. (2009). Dance as Method. The process and product of movement in educational research. Arts and Learning Research Journal 25(1): 1-25.
Bagley, C. (2009). The ethnographer as impresario-joker in the (re)presentation of educational research as performance art: towards a performance ethic. Ethnography and Education 4(3): 283-300.
Bagley, C. (2008). Educational ethnography as performance art: towards a sensuous feeling and knowing. Qualitative Research 8(1): 53-72.
Bagley, C. & Ackerley, C.L. (2006). 'I am much more than just a mum'. Social capital, empowerment and Sure Start. Journal of Education Policy 21(6): 717-734. Giamouridis, A. &
Bagley, C. (2006). Policy, Politics, and Social Inequality in the Educational System of Greece. Journal of Modern Greek Studies 24(1).
Bagley, C. (2006). School choice and competition: a public-market in education revisited. Oxford Review Education 32(3): 347-362.
C. Bagley, C.L. Ackerley & J. Rattray (2004). Social exclusion, Sure Start and organizational social capital: evaluating inter-disciplinary multi-agency working in an education and health work programme. Journal of Education Policy 19(5): 595-607. M. O'Neill, S. Giddens, P. Breatnach,
C. Bagley, D. Bourne & T. Judge (2002). Renewed methodologies for social research: ethno-mimesis as performative praxis. Sociological Review 50(1): 69-88.
Bagley, C.A. & Cancienne, M.B. (2001). Educational Research and Intertextual Forms of (Re)Presentation: The case for Dancing the Data. Qualitative Inquiry 7(2): 221-237.
Bagley, C.A., Woods, P.A. & Woods, G. (2001). Implementation of School Choice Policy: Interpretation and Response by Parents of Students with Special Educational Needs. British Educational Research Journal 27(3): 287-311.
Bagley, C.A., Woods, P.A. & Glatter, R. (2001). Rejecting Schools: Towards a Fuller Understanding of the Process of Parental Choice. School Leadership & Management 21(3): 309-25. P.A. Woods,
C. Bagley & R. Glatter (2000). School choice and competition: a public-market in education revisited. Oxford Review Education
C. Bagley, P.A. Woods & R. Glatter (1998). School Responsiveness in a Competitive Climate: the public market in England. Educational Administration Quarterly Vol 34(Supplement): 650-676.
C. Bagley (1996). Black and White Unite or Flight? The racialised dimension of schooling and parental choice. British Educational Research Journal 22(5): 569-580.
C. Bagley & P.A. Woods (1996). Market elements in a public service: an analytical model for studying educational policy. Journal of Education Policy 11(6): 641-653.
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