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Ainley, P; Green, A; (1996) Education Without Employment: not meeting the national education and training targets. Journal of Vocational Education & Training , 48 (2) pp. 109-126. 10.1080/1363682960480201.

Alderson, P; (1996) Equipoise as a means of managing uncertainty: personal, communal and proxy. J Med Ethics , 22 (3) pp. 135-139.

Alderson, P; (1996) Health care choices: making decisions with children. Bulletin of Medical Ethics (117) pp. 8-11.

Alderson, P; Brill, S; Hinkley-Smith, P; (1996) How much do chidlren care about effective outcomes? In: Alderson, P and Brill, S and Chalmers, I and Oakley, A and Roberts, H, (eds.) What works? Effective social interventions in child welfare. (pp. 68-76). Social Science Research Unit + Barnardo's: London.

Alderson, P; Montgomery, J; (1996) Children may be able to make their own decisions. BMJ , 313 (7048) p. 50. 10.1136/bmj.313.7048.50a.

Alderson, P; Montgomery, J; (1996) Children's services. What about me? Health Serv J , 106 (5498) pp. 22-24.

Alderson, P; Montgomery, J; (1996) Volunteering children for bone marrow donation. Children may be able to make their own decisions. BMJ , 313 (7048) 50-.

Ashton, DN; Green, F; (1996) Education, Training, and the Global Economy. Edward Elgar Pub


Bargh, C; Scott, P; Smith, D; (1996) Governing universities changing the culture? Open Univ Pr

Bartley, M; Owen, C; (1996) Relation between socioeconomic status, employment, and health during economic change, 1973-93. BMJ , 313 (7055) pp. 445-449.

Bernstein, BB; Brannen, J; (1996) Children, Research, and Policy. Taylor & Francis

Brook, L; Chaudhary, C; Park, A; Thomson, K; (1996) British Social Attitudes: Young Peoples Social Attitudes and Northern Ireland Social Attitudes 1994 Surveys; Technical Report. Social and Community Planning Research

Brown, MI; Doughty, GF; Draper, SW; Henderson, FP; Mcateer, E; (1996) Measuring learning resource use. Computers and Education , 27 (2) pp. 103-113. 10.1016/0360-1315(96)00017-6.


Cowan, R; Dowker, A; Christakis, A; Bailey, S; (1996) Even More Precisely Assessing Children's Understanding of the Order-Irrelevance Principle. J Exp Child Psychol , 62 (1) pp. 84-101.


Dann, R; (1996) Developing Pupils’ Skills in Self-Assessment. Primary Practice 1996 June (5)

Dann, R; (1996) ) Teacher-Mentor to Teacher-Researcher. Mentoring and Tutoring Vol. 3 No. 3, March,

Davidoff, J; Masterson, J; (1996) The development of picture naming: Differences between verbs and nouns. Journal of Neurolinguistics , 9 (2) pp. 69-83. 10.1016/0911-6044(96)00004-8.

Dearden, L; Heath, A; (1996) Income support and staying in school: What can we learn from Australia's AUSTUDY experiment? Fiscal Studies , 17 (4) pp. 1-30.

Dex, S; Joshi, H; Macran, S; (1996) A widening Gulf among Britain's mothers. Oxford Review of Economic Policy , 12 (1) pp. 65-75.

Draper, SW; Brown, MI; Henderson, FP; McAteer, E; (1996) Integrative evaluation: An emerging role for classroom studies of cal. Computers and Education , 26 (1-3) pp. 17-32.


Evans, K; (1996) Reshaping colleges for the community in Canada and Britain. Research in Post-Compulsory Education , 1 (2) pp. 199-218. 10.1080/1359674960010206.


Francis, B; (1996) Children's Talk in Interviews about Gender Discrimination in Adult Occupation. Citizenship, Social and Economics Education , 1 (2) p. 118. 10.2304/csee.1996.1.2.118.


Green, AD; Ainley, P; (1996) Missing the Targets: The New State of Post-16 Education and Training. Forum; the Journal for Comprehensive Education , 38 (1) pp. 22-23.

Green, F; (1996) The effects of training, further education and YTS on the earnings of young employees. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics , 58 pp. 471-488.

Green, F; Felstead, A; (1996) Training and the Business Cycle: Evidence from the British Recession of the Early 1990s. In: Booth, A and Snower, D, (eds.) Acquiring Skills: Market Failures, Their Symptoms, And Policy Responses. Cambridge University Press

Green, F; Hoskins, M; Montgomery, S; (1996) The effects of company training, further education and the youth training scheme on the earnings of young employees. Oxford Bulletin of Economics and Statistics , 58 (2) pp. 469-488.

Green, F; Machin, S; Manning, A; (1996) The employer size-wage effect: Can dynamic monopsony provide an explanation? OXFORD ECON PAP , 48 (3) 433 - 455.

Guile, D; Young, M; (1996) Further professional development and further education teachers: setting a new agenda for work-based learning. In: Woodward, I, (ed.) Continuing professional development: issues in design and delivery. Cassell


Harris, S; Best, R; Lang, P; Lodge, C; Watkins, C; (1996) Pastoral Care and Personal-Social Education: Entitlement and Provision. British Journal of Educational Studies , 44 (1) p. 111. 10.2307/3121712.

Heath, PM; (1996) The works of Mrs Trimmer (1741-1810). UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.

Henwood, K; Phoenix, A; (1996) 'Race' in psychology: Teaching the subject. Ethnic and Racial Studies , 19 (4) pp. 841-863.

Highfield Junior School Plymouth, E; Alderson, P; Education, UOLIO; (1996) Changing Our School Promoting Positive Behaviour.

Hoyles, C; Noss, R; (1996) Understanding the Mathematics of Banking. Logo Update , 5 (1) pp. 5-12.

Hoyles, C; Noss, R; (1996) Software for Learning: some lessons from the Logo experience. In: Orhun, E and Hoyles, C and Bowerman, C and Vivent, M, (eds.) Computer-based Cognitive Tools for Teaching and Learning. (pp. 49-64). University of Ege: Turkey.

Hoyles, C; Noss, R; (1996) Computers and Mathematical learning: Which Way Now? In: Sendova, E and Azalov, P and Muirhead, J, (eds.) Informatics in the Secondary School - Today and Tomorrow. (pp. 179-188). United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization: Sofia; Bulgaria.

Hurry, J; (1996) What's so Special about Reading Recovery. Curriculum Journal , 7 pp. 93-108.


Joshi, H; Macran, S; Dex, S; (1996) Employment after childbearing and women's subsequent labour force participation: evidence from the British 1958 birth cohort. J Popul Econ , 9 (3) pp. 325-348.


Macran, S; Joshi, H; Dex, S; (1996) Employment after childbearing: A survival analysis. Work, Employment and Society , 10 (2) pp. 273-296.

McGlone, F; Park, A; Roberts, C; (1996) Relative values: kinship and friendship. In: Jowell, R and Curtice, J and Park, A and Brook, L and Thomson, K, (eds.) British Social Attitudes: the 13th Report. (pp. 53-72). Dartmouth: Aldershot.

Mcateer, E; Neil, D; Barr, N; Brown, M; Draper, S; Henderson, F; (1996) Simulation software in a life sciences practical laboratory. Computers and Education , 26 (1-3) pp. 101-112.

Milne, R; Oliver, S; (1996) Evidence-based consumer health information: developing teaching in critical appraisal skills. Int J Qual Health Care , 8 (5) pp. 439-445.

Montgomery, JR; Alderson, P; (1996) Health Care Choices: Making decisions with children. [Book]. Institute for Public Policy Research: London.

Morra, J; Smith, M; (1996) Dissonant Feminisms. Parallax: A Journal of Metadiscursive Theory and Cultural Practices , 3


Newton, PE; (1996) The reliability of marking of General Certificate of Secondary Education scripts : mathematics and English. British Educational Research Journal , 22 (4) pp. 405-420.

Noss, R; Hoyles, C; (1996) Windows on mathematical meanings: learning cultures and computers. Kluwer: London.

Noss, R; Hoyles, C; (1996) The visibility of meanings: modelling the mathematics of banking. International Journal of Computers for Mathematical Learning , 1 (1) pp. 3-31. 10.1007/BF00191470.


Paran, A; (1996) Reading in EFL: facts and fictions. ELT Journal , 50 (1) pp. 25-34.

Park, AM; Park, A; Jowell, R; (1996) Questioning British Attitudes. In: Taylor, B and Thomson, K, (eds.) Understanding Change in Social Attitudes. Dartmouth: Aldershot.

Phoenix, A; Owen, C; (1996) From miscegenation to hybridity: Mixed parentage and mixed relationships in context. In: Brannen, J and Bernstein, B, (eds.) Children, Research, Policy. (pp. 111-135). Taylor and Francis Group: London.

Phoenix, A; Tizard, B; (1996) Thinking through Class: The Place of Social Class in the Lives of Young Londoners. Feminism and Psychology , 6 (3) pp. 427-442.

Pridmore, P; (1996) Visualizing health: exploring perceptions of children using the draw-and-write method. Promot Educ , 3 (4) pp. 11-15.

Pridmore, P; Pridmore, P; (1996) Innovation in Health Education: Building Children?s Capabilities for Health: the ?Child-to-Child? Approach. In: Modgil, CAM and Modgil, CAM, (eds.) Education and development: tradition and innovation, volume 3: Innovations in delivering primary education. (pp. 25-44). Cassell: London.


Rees, R; (1996) Evaluating complementary therapy on the National Health Service: a critique of reports from three pilot projects. Complementary Therapies in Medicine , 4 pp. 254-257.

Rees, R; (1996) Promoting research in complementary medicine: the work of the Research Council for Complementary Medicine. Forschende Komplement?rmedizin , 3 pp. 207-209.

Reiss, MJ; (1996) Food, smoking and sex: Values in health education. In: Halstead, JM and Taylor, MJ, (eds.) (Proceedings) Conference on Spiritual and Moral Education. (pp. pp. 92-103). FALMER PRESS

Reynolds, D; Creemers, B; Bollen, R; Hopkins, D; Stoll, L; Lagerwijs, N; (1996) Making Good Schools: Linking School Effectiveness and Improvement. Routledge: London.


Stoll, L; Fink, D; (1996) Changing Our Schools: Linking School Effectiveness and School Improvement. Open University Press: Buckingham.


Tunnicliffe, SD; (1996) A comparison of conversations of primary school groups at animated, preserved, and live animal specimens. JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL EDUCATION , 30 (3) pp. 195-206. 10.1080/00219266.1996.9655503.

Tunnicliffe, SD; (1996) The relationship between pupils' age and the content of conversations generated at three types of animal exhibits. Research in Science Education , 26 (4) pp. 461-480.


Vincent, C; (1996) Parent empowerment? Collective action and inaction in education. Oxford Review of Education , 22 (4) pp. 465-482.

Vincent, C; Evans, J; Lunt, I; Young, P; (1996) Professionals under pressure: The administration of special education in a changing context. British Educational Research Journal , 22 (4) pp. 475-491.


Ward, C; Dale, A; Joshi, H; (1996) Combining employment with childcare: An escape from dependence? Journal of Social Policy , 25 (2) pp. 223-247.

White, PJ; Sergeant, DC; Welch, GF; (1996) Some observations on the singing development of five-year-olds. Early Child Development and Care , 118 (1) pp. 27-34. 10.1080/0300443961180103.

Wyse, D; (1996) Recording primary language. Reading , 30 (1) pp. 32-36.


Zollman, C; Rees, R; (1996) Disputes conclusions in Hildenbrand study. Alternative Therapies in Health & Medicine , 2 pp. 14-15.

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