Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law

School of Education

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Prof. Phil Hodkinson's Publications

Books

  • Evans K, Hodkinson P, Rainbird H, Unwin L, Improving Workplace Learning (London: Routledge, 2006)

  • Colley H, Hodkinson PM, Malcolm J, Informality and Formality in Learning: a report for the Learning and Skills Research Centre (Learning and Skills Research Centre, 2003), 88p

  • Evans K, Hodkinson PM, Unwin L, Working to learn: transforming learning in the workplace (London: Kogan Page, 2002), 256p

  • Hodkinson PM, Sparkes AC, Hodkinson HD, Triumphs and Tears: Young People, Markets and the Transition from School to Work (London: David Fulton Publishers Ltd, 1996), 172p

  • Avis J, Bloomer M, Esland G, Gleeson D, Hodkinson PM, Knowledge and Nationhood: Education, Politics and Work (London: Cassell, 1996), 198p

Journal Articles

  • Hodkinson P, ‘Scientific Research, Educational Policy and Educational Practice in the United Kingdom: the impact of the audit culture on further education’, Cultural Studies - Critical Methodologies, 8.3 (2008), 303-324

  • Hodkinson P, Biesta G, James D, ‘Understanding Learning Culturally: Overcoming the Dualism Between Social and Individual Views of Learning’, Vocations and Learning, 1 (2008), 27-47

  • Hodkinson P, Ford G, Hodkinson H, Hawthorn R, ‘Retirement as a learning process’, Educational Gerontology, 34 (2008), 167-184

  • Hodkinson P, Biesta G, James D, ‘Understanding Learning Cultures’, Educational Review, 59.4 (2007), 415-427

  • Hodkinson HD, Hodkinson PM, ‘Improving schoolteachers' workplace learning’, Research Papers in Education, 20.2 (2005), 109-131

  • Fuller A, Hodkinson HD, Hodkinson PM, Unwin L, ‘Learning as peripheral participation in communities of practice: a reassessment of key concepts in workplace learning’, British Educational Research Journal, 31.1 (2005), 49-68
    DOI: 10.1080/0141192052000310029

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Learning as cultural and relational: Moving past some troubling dualisms’, Cambridge Journal of Education, 35.1 (2005), 107-119

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Reconceptualising the relations between college-based and workplace learning’, Journal of Workplace Learning 2005, 521-532

  • Hodkinson PM, Hodkinson HD, ‘The significance of individuals' dispositions in workplace learning: a case study of two teachers’, Journal of Education and Work, 17.2 (2004), 167-182
    DOI: 10.1080/13639080410001677383

  • Hodkinson PM, Hodkinson HD, Evans K, Kersh N, Fuller A, Unwin L, Senker P, ‘The significance of individual biography in workplace learning’, Studies in the Education of Adults, 36.1 (2004), 6-24

  • Bloomer M, Hodkinson PM, Billett S, ‘The significance of ontogeny and habitus in constructing theories of learning’, Studies in Continuing Education, 26.1 (2004), 19-43
    DOI: 10.1080/158037042000199443

  • Hodkinson HD, Hodkinson PM, ‘Rethinking the concept of community of practice in relation to schoolteachers' workplace learning’, International journal of training and development, 8.1 (2004), 21-31
    DOI: 10.1111/j.1360-3736.2004.00193.x

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Research as a form of work: expertise, community and methodological objectivity’, British Educational Research Journal, 30.1 (2004), 9-26
    DOI: 10.1080/01411920310001629947

  • Hodkinson PM, James D, ‘Transforming learning cultures in further education’, Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 55.4 (2003), 389-406
    DOI: 10.1080/13636820300200236

  • Hodkinson PM, Hodkinson HD, ‘Individuals, Communities of Practice and the Policy Context: school teachers' learning in their workplace’, Studies in Continuing Education, 25.1 (2003), 3-22
    DOI: 10.1080/01580370309284

  • Malcolm J, Colley H, Hodkinson PM, ‘The interrelationships between informal and formal learning’, The Journal of Workplace Learning: Employee Counselling Today, 15.7/8 (2003), 313-318

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Learning Careers and Careers Progression’, Learning and Skills Research: A Journal for Further Education and Lifelong Learning, 6.3 (2003), 24-26

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Review of 'Education in a Post-Welfare Society' by Sally Tomlinson’, Journal of Education for Teaching, 29.1 (2003), 78-80

  • Hodkinson PM, Bloomer M, ‘Cultural capital and young people's career progression. Part 2’, Career Research and Development: The NICEC Journal, 8 (2003), 3-6

  • Colley H, Hodkinson PM, Malcolm J, ‘Understanding informality and formality in learning’, Adults Learning, 15.3 (2003), 7-9

  • Hodkinson P, James D, ‘Transforming Learning Cultures in Further Education’, Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 55.4 (2003), 393-406

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Review of Making Social Science Matter: why social inquiry fails and how it can succeed again by Flyvbjerg, B’, British Journal of Educational Psychology, 72.3 (2002), 450-451

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘The RAE as Qualitative Research’, Research Intelligence, 79 (2002), 7-8

  • Smith JK, Hodkinson PM, ‘Fussing about the Nature of Educational Research: the Neoreaslists versus the Relativists, Review Article’, British Educational Research Journal, 28.2 (2002), 291-296
    DOI: 10.1080/01411920120122194

  • Hodkinson PM, Hodkinson HD, ‘Case Study Research 2: Limitations’, Learning and Skills Research: A Journal for Further Education and Lifelong Learning, 6.1 (2002), 42-43

  • Hodkinson PM, Bloomer M, ‘Cultural capital and young people's career progression. Part 1’, Career Research and Development: The NICEC Journal, 7 (2002), 16-20

  • Hodkinson PM, Hodkinson HD, ‘Case Study Research 1: Strengths’, Learning and Skills Research: A Journal for Further Education and Lifelong Learning, 5.3 (2002), 48-49

  • Senker P, Rainbird H, Evans K, Hodkinson PM, Keep E, Maguire M, Raffe D, Unwin L, ‘Working to Learn: a holistic approach to young people's education and training’, Vocational Training News, 20 (2001), 37-46

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘The Strengths and Limitations of Career Guidance’, Career Research and Development: The NICEC Journal, 3 (2001), 7-10

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Review of Choices, Pathways and Transitions Post-16: New Economies and the Global City by S J Ball, M Maguire and S Macrae’, British Journal of Educational Studies, 49.3 (2001), 357-359

  • Hodkinson P, ‘Researching the Learning Society, a review article’, Work, Employment and Society, 15.2 (2001), 385-393

  • Hodkinson PM, Bloomer M, ‘Dropping Out of Further Education: complex causes and simplistic policy assumptions’, Research Papers in Education, 16.2 (2001), 117-140
    DOI: 10.1080/02671520110037401

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘How Can Research Influence Practice? - Learning from King Canute’, Learning and Skills Research: A Journal for Further Education and Lifelong Learning, 5.1 (2001), 15-16

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Researching the Learning Society’, Work, Employment & Society, 15.2 (2001), 385-394

  • Colley H, Hodkinson PM, ‘Problems with 'Bridging the Gap': the reversal of structure and agency in addressing social exclusion’, Critical Social Policy, 21.3 (2001), 335-360

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Review of Working Knowledge: the new vocationalism and higher education by C Symes and J McIntyre (eds)’, Journal of Education for Teaching, 27.3 (2001), 287-289

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘NERF strategy proposals: a major threat to academic freedom’, Research Intelligence, 74 (2001), 20-22

  • Hodkinson PM, Unwin L, Evans K, Keep E, Rainbird H, Senker P, Sutherland J, ‘Working to Learn? Is New Labour Working?’, 8th International Conference on Post Compulsory Education and Training 2000

  • Hodkinson PM, Bloomer M, ‘Learning Careers: conceptualising transformations in young lives and learning’, 8th International Conference on Post Compulsory Education and Training 2000

  • Hodkinson PM, Rainbird H, Evans K, Senker P, Unwin L, ‘Incentives and barriers to learning in the workplace: a research agenda’, Working Knowledge: Productive Learning at Work 2000

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘The Reversal of Structure and Agency in Policy Approaches to Social Exclusion’, BERA Annual Conference, University of Cardiff 2000

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Standpoints, Power and Conflicts in Contemporary Debates about Educational Research: an interpretation of repeated rejections’, BERA Annual Conference, University of Cardiff 2000

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Review of: Improving education: realist approaches to method and research by Swann, J and Pratt, J (eds)’, Journal of Education for Teaching, 26.2 (2000), 194-196

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Standpoints, Power and Conflicts in Contemporary Debates about Educational Research: an interpretation of repeated rejections’, Auto-Biography, VIII.1&2 (2000), 3-12

  • Hodkinson PM, Bloomer M, ‘Stokingham Sixth Form College: institutional culture and dispositions to learning’, British Journal of Sociology of Education, 21.2 (2000), 187-202

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Review of: The Curriculum of the Future: from the 'new sociology of education' to a critical theory of learning by Young M’, Journal of Education and Work, 13.1 (2000), 119-123

  • Hodkinson PM, Bloomer M, ‘Learning Careers: Continuity and Change in Young People's Dispositions to Learning’, British Educational Research Journal, 26.5 (2000), 583-597

  • Senker P, Rainbird H, Evans K, Hodkinson PM, Keep E, Maguire M, Raffe D, Unwin L, ‘Working to Learn: a holistic approach to young people's education and training’, Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 20 (2000), 37-46

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Review of: Lifelong Learning: the plitics of the new learning environment’, Educational Policy, 15.2 (2000), 260-261

  • Hodkinson PM, Bloomer M, ‘The Complexity and Unpredictability of Young People's Learning Careers’, Education and Training, 42.2 (2000), 68-74

  • Hodkinson PM, Bloomer M, ‘Learning Career: conceputalising transformations in young people and their learning’, AERA Annual Meeting 1999

  • Bates IMH, Hodkinson PM, Unwin L, ‘Editorial: Diversity and Community in Post-Compulsory Educational Research’, British Educational Research Journal, 25.4 (1999), 419-425

  • Hodkinson PM, Hodkinson HD, ‘Teaching to Learn, learning to teach? School based non-teaching activity in an initial teacher education and training partnership scheme’, Teaching & Teacher Education, 15 (1999), 273-285

  • Bloomer M, Hodkinson PM, ‘Changing Learning Careers in Further Education’, Learning Resources Journal, 15.2 (1999), 28-31

  • Hodkinson PM, Bentley T, ‘Learning Beyond the Classroom: education for a changing world’, Journal of Education and Work, 12.2 (1999), 221-223

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Choosing GNVQ’, Journal of Education and Work, 12.2 (1998), 151-165

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘The Origins of a Theory of Career Decision Making: a case study of hermeneutical research’, British Educational Research Journal, 24.5 (1998), 557-572

  • Garratt D, Hodkinson PM, ‘Can There Be Criteria for Selecting Research Criteria? - A Hermeneutical Analysis of an Inescapable Dilemma’, Qualitative Inquiry, 4.4 (1998), 515-539

  • Hodkinson PM, Sparkes AC, ‘Careership: a sociological theory of career decision making’, British Journal of Sociology of Education, 18.1 (1997), 29-44

  • Hodkinson HD, Hodkinson PM, ‘Micro-politics in Initial Teacher Education: Luke's story’, Journal of Education for Teaching, 23.2 (1997), 119-129

Chapters

  • Hodkinson PM, Bowman HA, Colley H, ‘Conceptualising transitions from education to employment as career development and/or learning’, in Constructing the Future: transforming career guidance, ed. by Reid H and Bimrose J (Institute of Career Guidance, 2006), 35-48

  • Hodkinson PM, Smith JK, ‘Relativism, criteria, and politics’, in The Sage Handbook of Qualitative Research, ed. by Denzin NK and Lincoln YS (Sage, 2005), 915-932

  • Hodkinson PM, Colley H, ‘Formality and Informality in College-based Learning’, in International Yearbook of Adult Education 31/32, 2005: Informal learning, self-education and social praxis, ed. by Kuenzel K (Koeln: Boehlau Verlag, 2005)

  • Hodkinson PM, Hodkinson HD, ‘The complexities of workplace learning: problems and dangers in trying to measure attainment’, in Workplace learning in context, ed. by Rainbird H, Fuller A and Munro A (Routledge, 2004), 259-275

  • Bloomer M, Hodkinson PM, ‘Learning Careers and Cultural Capital: adding a social and longitudinal dimension to our understanding of learning’, in Progress in Education, ed. by Nata R (Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science, 2002), 5, 115-141

  • Hodkinson PM, Bloomer M, ‘Learning Careers: conceptualising lifelong work-based learning’, in Working to Learn: Transforming Learning in the Workplace, ed. by Evans K, Hodkinson P and Unwin L (London: Kogan Page, 2002), 29-43

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘The practices of a new VET professional’, in Shaping flexibility in vocational education and training: institutional, curricular, and professional conditions, ed. by Nijhof WJ, Heikkinen A and Nieuwehhuis LFM (Kluwer, 2002), 259-267

  • Hodkinson PM, Gleeson D, ‘Ideology and Curriculum Policy under the Old and New Conservatives: GNVQ revisited’, in Post Compulsory Education and Training Policy for the 21st Century, ed. by Gray D and Griffin C (London: Jessica Kingsley, 2000)

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Use of Habitus, Capital and Field in Understanding Young People's Career Decision Making’, in Pierre Bourdieu: Language, Culture and Education, ed. by Grenfell M and Kelly M (Bern: Peter Lang, 1999)

  • Senker P, Rainbird H, Evans K, Hodkinson PM, Keep E, Maguire M, Raffe D, Unwin L, ‘Working to Learn: a holistic approach to young people's education and training’, in Apprenticeships: Towards a new paradigm for learning, ed. by Rainbird H and Ainley P (London: Kogan Page, 1999)

Conference Papers

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Reconceptualising the relations between college-based and workplace learning’, in Workplace Learning - from the learners' perspective (Workplace Learning - from the learners' perspective, 2004)

  • Hodkinson PM, Biesta G, James D, ‘Towards a Cultural Theory of College-based Learning’, in British Educational Research Association Annual Conference (British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, 2004)

  • Hodkinson PM, Anderson G, Colley H, Davies J, Diment K, Scaife T, Tedder M, Wahlberg M, Wheeler E, ‘Learning Cultures in Further Education’, in British Educational Research Association Annual Conference (British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, 2004)

  • Hodkinson HD, Hodkinson PM, ‘Improving the learning of secondary school teachers: supporting an expansive learning environment’, in British Educational Research Association Annual Conference 2003 (British Educational Research Association Annual Conference 2003, 2003)

  • Hodkinson PM, Malcolm J, Colley H, ‘The interrelationships between informal and formal learning’, in Experiential, Community and Workbased: Researching Learning Outside the Academy (Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning, Glasgow Caledonian University, 2003)

  • Hodkinson HD, Hodkinson PM, ‘Learning in different communities of practice: a case study of English secondary school teachers’, in 3rd International Conference of Researching Work and Learning (3rd International Conference of Researching Work and Learning, 2003), 3, 40-49

  • Hodkinson PM, Hodkinson HD, ‘Rethinking communities of Practice: a case study of school teachers' workplace learning’, in 3rd International Conference of Researching Work and Learning. (3rd International Conference of Researching Work and Learning., 2003), 3, 50-59

  • Malcolm J, Hodkinson PM, Colley H, ‘The interrelationships between informal and formal learning’, in 3rd International Conference of Researching Work and Learning, Tampere, Finland (University of Tampere, 2003), 157-166

  • Hodkinson PM, Colley H, ‘Variations in learning cultures’, in Learning and Skills Research Network Yorkshire and Humberside Regional Conference (Learning and Skills Research Network Yorkshire and Humberside Regional Conference, 2003)

  • Hodkinson HD, Hodkinson PM, ‘Rescuing Communities of Practice from accusations of idealism: a case study of workplace learning for English secondary school teachers’, in Experiential:Community:Workbased:Researching Learning Outside the Academy., ed. by Osborne M and Gallacher J (The Centre for Research in Lifelong Learning, Scotland., 2003), 177-182

  • Hodkinson HD, Hodkinson PM, Evans K, Fuller A, Kersh N, Senker P, Unwin L, ‘Theme paper 3: the significance of individual biography in workplace learning’, in Joint SKOPE/TLRP research network conference on workplace learning (Joint SKOPE/TLRP research network conference on workplace learning, 2003)

  • Unwin L, Fuller A, Evans K, Hodkinson HD, Hodkinson PM, Kersh N, Munro A, Rainbird H, Senker P, ‘Theme Paper 2: Expansive and restrictive workplace learning: towards an over-arching conceptual framework’, in Joint SKOPE/TLRP Research Network conference on workplace learning. (Joint SKOPE/TLRP Research Network conference on workplace learning., 2003)

  • Colley H, Hodkinson PM, ‘Non-formal, informal and formal learning’, in Learners' Journeys: the role of research - 6th Annual Conference of the Learning and Skills Research Network, University of Warwick (Learners' Journeys: the role of research - 6th Annual Conference of the Learning and Skills Research Network, University of Warwick, 2002)

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Learner Biographies and Progression’, in Learners' Journeys: the role of research - 6th Annual Conference of the Lerning and Skills Research Network, University of Warwick (Learners' Journeys: the role of research - 6th Annual Conference of the Lerning and Skills Research Network, University of Warwick, 2002)

  • Hodkinson HD, Hodkinson PM, ‘Learning in a workplace community: secondary school teachers in their subject departments’, in British Educational Research Association Annual Conference - University of Exeter (British Educational Research Association Annual Conference - University of Exeter, 2002)

  • Hodkinson PM, Hodkinson HD, ‘Individuals as Learners in Communities of Practice: a case study of two school-teachers’, in British Educational Research Association Annual Conference - University of Exeter (British Educational Research Association Annual Conference - University of Exeter, 2002)

  • Hodkinson HD, Hodkinson PM, ‘The Significance of Biography in Workplace Learning: a case study of teachers in their mid-career’, in 1st International Conference on Training, Employability and Employment - King's College, London (1st International Conference on Training, Employability and Employment - King's College, London, 2002)

  • Hodkinson HD, Hodkinson PM, ‘Cultures, communities and biographies: relations between workplace learning and managerialism for schoolteachers’, in SCUTREA Annual Conference - University of Stirling (SCUTREA Annual Conference - University of Stirling, 2002)

  • Unwin L, Hodkinson PM, ‘The role of vocational education and training in a changing world: pro-active agent or compliant child?’, in Transferability, Flexibility and Mobility as Targets of Vocational Education and Training, Proceedings of the final conference of the COST Action A11 - Gothenburg (Transferability, Flexibility and Mobility as Targets of Vocational Education and Training, Proceedings of the final conference of the COST Action A11 - Gothenburg, 2002), 72-82

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Research, discourse and power: resisting and replacing technical instrumentalism’, in Discourse, Power and Resistance in Post-Compulsory Education and Training, University of Plymouth (Discourse, Power and Resistance in Post-Compulsory Education and Training, University of Plymouth, 2002)

  • Hodkinson PM, Hodkinson HD, ‘The Strengths and Limitations of Case Study Research’, in Research: making an impact on policy and practice, LSDA Annual Conference, Cambridge (Research: making an impact on policy and practice, LSDA Annual Conference, Cambridge, 2001)

  • Hodkinson PM, Hodkinson HD, ‘Individuals, Cultures and Types of Learning: a study of teachers' learning in their workplaces’, in Research: making an impact on policy and practice, LSDA Annual Conference, Cambridge (Research: making an impact on policy and practice, LSDA Annual Conference, Cambridge, 2001)

  • Hodkinson PM, Hodkinson HD, ‘Problems of measuring learning and attainment in the workplace: complexity, reflexivity and the localised nature of understanding’, in Context, Power and Perspective: Confronting the Challenges to Improving Attainment in Learning at Work - Joint Network/SKOPE/TLRP International Workshop, University College, Northampton (Context, Power and Perspective: Confronting the Challenges to Improving Attainment in Learning at Work - Joint Network/SKOPE/TLRP International Workshop, University College, Northampton, 2001)

  • Hodkinson PM, Bloomer M, ‘Cultural Capital and the Learning Careers of Young People’, in British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, University of Leeds (British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, University of Leeds, 2001)

  • Hodkinson HD, Hodkinson PM, ‘Conceptualising Schoolteachers' Workplace Learning’, in British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, University of Leeds (British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, University of Leeds, 2001)

  • Hodkinson HD, Hodkinson PM, ‘Problems Measuring Learning and Attainment in the Workplace’, in Joint SKOPE/Working to Learn seminar, University of Warwick (Joint SKOPE/Working to Learn seminar, University of Warwick, 2001)

  • Hodkinson PM, Bloomer M, ‘Learning Careers and Career Intentions’, in Journal of Vocational Education and Training 3rd International Conference (Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 1999)

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘The philosophical naivete of technical rationalism: current attacks on qualitative educational research’, in BERA Annual Conference (University of Sussex, 1999)

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Shifting Choices and Career Intentions’, in Journal of Vocational Education and Training - 3rd International Conference (Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 1999)

  • Hodkinson PM, Bloomer M, ‘The Complex Nature of Educational Failure’, in BERA Annual Conference (University of Sussex, 1999)

  • Hodkinson PM, ‘Conceptualising Lifelong Work Based Learning’, in Researching Work and Learning Conference (University of Leeds, 1999)

Reports

  • Colley H, Hodkinson PM, Malcolm J, Formality and Informality in Learning: a report for the Learning and Skills Research Centre, (London: Learning and Skills Research Centre, 2003)

  • Bloomer M, Hodkinson PM, College Life: the voice of the learner, in FEDA Reports, (London: FEDA, 1999)

Others

  • Colley H, Hodkinson PM, Malcolm J, Non-formal learning: mapping the conceptual terrain - A Consultation Report, (Leeds: University of Leeds, Lifelong Learning Institute, 2002)

  • Hodkinson HD, Hodkinson PM, Briefing Paper No 2 - Supporting Effective Secondary Teachers' Learning, ESRC TLRP Network project "The school as a site for workplace learning", (Lifelong Learning Institute, University of Leeds, 2002) 2

  • Hodkinson HD, Hodkinson PM, Briefing paper 1 - Three Dimensions of Teachers' Learning, ESRC TLRP Network Project "The school as a site for workbased learning", briefing papers, (Lifelong Learning Institute, University of Leeds, 2001)

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