Education at the interfaces of culture, policy and practice, usually though not exclusively in the primary phase: pedagogy, classroom discourse, curriculum, comparative/international education, education for development.
About this Fellow
Educational stratification; social mobility; education and civic values; history of education; the culture, society and politics of Scotland; quantitative methods in social science
- Professor of Education Policy, University of Edinburgh
- Professor of Education Policy, School of Social and Political Science, Edinburgh, 1970 - 1970
Intergenerational relationships in families & society; Social policies & poverty; Comparative family patterns & policies; Gender inequalities; Issues of reconciliation of family & work.
The design, implementation and impact of social policy: comparative research on family policy, social security and employment policy, with particular reference to gender and changing family patterns
Family change in developed countries: family environments and child well-being in the early years: co-habitation & unmarried parenthood; parental separation & children's well-being; life course analysis