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Best Early Career Article

British Journal of Sociology of Education

About the prize

Each year, the  Executive Editors of British Journal of Sociology of Education pick a winning article from a shortlist of articles by early career researchers. You can read the latest winning articles below.

The journal and publisher offer their warm congratulations, and wish all shortlisted authors every success as they continue their research careers in the sociology of education

British Journal of Sociology of Education

Visit Journal Articles

The British Journal of Sociology of Education Executive Editors are pleased to announce the Best Early Career Article of 2019 is ‘Reflexivity, structure and agency: using reflexivity to understand Further Education students’ Higher Education decision-making and choices’, written by Zoe Baker. Baker, whose article was published in Volume 40, issue 1, will receive £250 as a part of this prestigious prize. The 2019 shortlist for volume 40 is below. The journal and publisher offer their warm congratulations, and wish all shortlisted authors every success as they embark on further studies and continue their careers in sociological education research.