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Danaher, P. A. (2014) Seeming, being and becoming: lifelong learning and teacher transformation [due Feb 2014]. In: Weaving words: personal and professional transformation through writing as research. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom , pp. 233-247. ISBN 978-1-4438-5452-8 (In Press)
Abawi, Lindy (2013) School meaning systems: the symbiotic nature of culture and 'language-in-use'. Improving Schools, 16 (2). pp. 89-106. ISSN 1365-4802
Riddle, Stewart (2013) Can education change society? [Book review]. Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 34 (3). pp. 1-3. ISSN 0159-6306
Burton, Lorelle and Lawrence, Jill and Dashwood, Ann and Brown, Alice (2013) Producing pedagogy. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom. ISBN 978-1443-84592-2
Riddle, Stewart (2013) Looking for madness in the method: rhizo-becoming in educational research. In: Metaphors for, in and of education research. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom , pp. 131-144. ISBN 1-4438-4398-9
Price, Kaye (2013) A brief history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education in Australia. In: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education: an introduction for the teaching profession. Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, Australia, pp. 1-20. ISBN 978-1-107-68589-5
Dowden, Tony (2011) Locating curriculum integration within the historical context: innovations in Aotearoa New Zealand state schools, 1920s-1940s. History of Education Review, 40 (1). pp. 47-61. ISSN 0819-8691
Hawkins, Karen (2009) Addressing Lather's concerns: practicing in research endeavours what is preached in theoretical formulations. In: AARE 2008: Australian Association for Research in Education Annual Conference 2008: Changing Climates - Education for Sustainable Futures?, 30 Nov - 4 Dec 2008, Brisbane, Australia.
Dowden, Tony and Bishop, Penny and Nolan, C. J. Patrick (2009) Middle schooling in New Zealand. In: An international look at educating young adolescents. Handbook of Research in Middle Level Education (7). Information Age Publishing, Charlotte, NC. United States, pp. 135-156. ISBN 978-1-60752-042-9
Danaher, Geoff and Moriarty, Beverley and Danaher, Patrick Alan (2008) Lifelong learning journeys on the move: reflecting on successes and framing futures for Australian show people. In: 5th International Lifelong Learning Conference: Reflecting on Successes and Framing Futures, 16-19 June 2008, Yeppoon, Australia.
Huijser, Hendrik (2008) Straddling the continuum between three course meals and snacks: the changing flavour of knowledge creation and dissemination. Journal of the World Universities Forum, 1 (2). pp. 85-91. ISSN 1835-2030
Andrews, Dorothy and Crowther, Frank (2006) Teachers as leaders in a knowledge society: encouraging signs of a new professionalism. Journal of School Leadership, 16 (5). pp. 534-549. ISSN 1052-6846
Potter, Gillian and O'Neill, Shirley and Danaher, Patrick Alan (2006) Creative dissent and constructive solutions: what contributions does Bahktin make to our understanding of transnational education? In: AARE 2005: Australian Association for Research in Education Annual Conference 2005: Creative Dissent: Constructive Solutions, 27 Nov-1 Dec 2005, Sydney, Australia.
Hickey, Andrew and Austin, Jon (2006) (Re)presenting education: students, teachers, schools and the public imagination. Pearson Education Australia, Sydney, Australia. ISBN 978 0 7339 8404 4
Eddington, Ian (2005) Soul, mind and science education. International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning, 1 (2). pp. 33-46.
Quong, Terrence Edward (2003) School leadership and cognitive interests: the development of a leadership framework based on Habermas' theory of knowledge-constitutive interests. [Thesis (PhD/Research)] (Unpublished)
Adendorff, Mike and Mason, Mark and Maropeng, Modiba and Faragher, Lynette and Kunene, Zandile (2002) Being a teacher: professional challenges and choices. SAIDE Teacher Education . South African Institute for Distance Education (SAIDE), Braamfontein, South Africa. ISBN 978-0-620-46795-7