Educational Review's regular 'Influential Readers' feature comprises short reviews written by current and recent Doctoral Researchers on a book that has greatly influenced their study. Many of these texts are seminal works that have stood the test of time. The reviewers demonstrate their relevance in new times, and in new contexts.
If you are a Doctoral or Early Career Researcher that wishes to contribute to Educational Review as an Influential Reader, please write to the Journal Manager, Dr. Gemma Banks, to suggest a book that has greatly influenced your study. The Book Reviews Editor will then decide which books are suitable for review.
Validity in educational and psychological assessment - Ricky Jeffrey
Identity and pedagogy in higher education: international comparisons - Mariam S. Hammoud
Art as experience - Louisa Penfold
Language in education: social implications - Louise M. Fernandez
Giving an account of oneself - Holly Henderson
Freedom to Learn for the 80's - Billy M Dasein
Dropping out: why students drop out and what can be done about it - Miron Kumar Bhowmik
John Dewey's pragmatic technology - Mike Bannen
DisCrit: disability studies and critical race theory in education - Valentina Migliarini
Talking about global migration: implications for language teaching - Christina Blanca Notman
An invitation to reflexive sociology - Stephen Holmes
Aspiring adults adrift: tentative transitions of college graduates - John Loewenthal