Faculty of Education, Social Sciences and Law

School of Education

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Dr Rebecca O'Rourke's Publications

Books

  • O'Rourke RK, Creative Writing: Education, culture and community (NIACE, 2005), 160p

  • O'Rourke RK, Robinson M, Running Good Writing Groups - A Resource Pack (University of Leeds Department of Adult Continuing Education, 1996)

Journal Articles

  • O'Rourke RK, ‘Living the writing: Gendering local cultures of writing’, Women's Studies International Forum, 25.2 (2002), 235-246
    DOI: 10.1016/S0277-5395(02)00233-9

  • O'Rourke RK, Hunter L, ‘The values of community writing’, Soundings, 12.12 (1999), 144-152

  • O'Rourke RK, ‘The Learning Journal: from chaos to coherence’, Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 23.4 (1998), 403-413

  • O'Rourke RK, ‘Writing on the Line’, Federation, 8 (1996), 17-18

  • O'Rourke RK, ‘Is there a future for community in continuing education?’, Diversity and Development: Futures in the Education of Adults, ed. by Zukas M 1996, 147-150

Chapters

  • O'Rourke RK, ‘Men in United Kingdom adult and community education: the politics of practice and pedagogy’, in Gender, Maculinities and Lifelong Learning, ed. by Bowl M and others (London: Routledge, 2012), 82-94

  • O'Rourke RK, Pearse J, Ross J, Tinman A, ‘Wordpower and the publishing of student writing’, in Insights from Research and Practice, ed. by Herrington M and Kendall A (Leicester: NIACE, 2005), 338-350

Conference Papers

  • Bajanki S, Kaufold K, Le Bek A, Dimitrova V, Lau L, O‚ÄôRourke R, Walker A, ‘Use of Semantics to Build an Academic Writing Community Environment’, in Artificial Intelligence in Education, Building Learning Systems that Care: From Knowledge Representation to Affective Modelling, ed. by Dimitrova and others (IOS Press, 2009), 357-364 14th Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education

  • Armstrong PF, Coles J, O'Rourke RK, Zukas M, ‘An Interrupted Conversation’

  • O'Rourke RK, Zukas M, ‘Exploring disciplinary and pedagogic identities in the teaching of writing’, in What a difference a pedagogy makes: researching lifelong learning and teaching (What a difference a pedagogy makes: researching lifelong learning and teaching, 2005)

  • O'Rourke RK, ‘Rurality, regeneration and lifelong learning - a thoroughly modern challenge’, in Learning Through Practice: Modernising Local Lifelong Learning, UACE Annual Conference, University of Bath (Learning Through Practice: Modernising Local Lifelong Learning, UACE Annual Conference, University of Bath, 2002)

  • Malcolm J, O'Rourke RK, ‘Rethinking social purpose in contemporary British adult education’, in Cultures, communities and citizens: the altered states of adult education?, ed. by Edwards R and others (University of Stirling/SCUTREA, 2002), 192-197

  • Malcolm J, O'Rourke RK, ‘Lifelong Learning and the Legacy of Social Purpose’, in British Educational Research Association Conference, University of Leeds, September 2001 (British Educational Research Association Conference, University of Leeds, September 2001, 2001)

  • O'Rourke RK, ‘Men on the margins: towards an account of men's experience of adult education’, in The Final Frontier: Exploring Spaces in the Education of Adults, ed. by Merrill B (Standing Conference on University teaching and research in the education of adults, 1999), 303-308

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