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Adams, P. (2014) ‘Chapter 2: Education Policy and Policy Making’, in Policy and education. London: Routledge. Available at: http://dx.doi.org/10.4324/9780203138755.
Apple, M. W. (2000) ‘The Politics of Common-Sense: Why the Right is Winning.’, in Official knowledge: democratic education in a conservative age. 2nd ed. New York: Routledge. Available at: https://ucl-new-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/primo-explore/fulldisplay?docid=UCL_LMS_DS21120697350004761&context=L&vid=UCL_VU2&search_scope=CSCOP_UCL&isFrbr=true&tab=local&lang=en_US.
Ball, S. (2017) ‘Current Policy Models and the UK government’s approach to public sector reform’, in The education debate. Third edition. Bristol, UK: Policy Press. Available at: http://readinglists.ucl.ac.uk/items/5FD7E7B6-47EE-FB6F-8A28-DBE3C1086F76.html?referrer=%2Flists%2F575390C6-2AD6-5EE0-8036-DB580C7D8E87.html%23item-5FD7E7B6-47EE-FB6F-8A28-DBE3C1086F76.
Ball, S. J. (2008) Current Policy Models and the UK government’s approach to public sector reform. Bristol: Policy Press. Available at: http://ucl.alma.exlibrisgroup.com/view/action/uresolver.do?operation=resolveService&package_service_id=3839426400004761&institutionId=4761&customerId=4760.
Ball, S. J. (2016) ‘Neoliberal education? Confronting the slouching beast’, Policy Futures in Education, 14(8), pp. 1046–1059. doi: 10.1177/1478210316664259.
Ball, S. J. (2017) ‘Laboring to Relate: Neoliberalism, Embodied Policy, and Network Dynamics’, Peabody Journal of Education, 92(1), pp. 29–41. doi: 10.1080/0161956X.2016.1264802.
Ball, S. J., Junemann, C. and Santori, D. (2017) ‘Chapter 1: Networks, globalisation and policy mobility’, in Edu.net: globalisation and education policy mobility. Milton Park, Abingdon Oxon: Routledge, pp. 1–14. Available at: https://contentstore.cla.co.uk/secure/link?id=64a3e899-d9d5-e711-80cd-005056af4099.
Ben Kisby (2017) ‘‘“Politics is ethics done in public”: Exploring Linkages and Disjunctions between Citizenship Education and Character Education in England’, JSSE - Journal of Social Science Education, 16(3). doi: 10.2390/jsse-v16-i3-1582.
Bradbury, A. and Roberts-Holmes, G. (2018) ‘Chapter 3: Datafication in the classroom: the production of data-driven subjectivities’, in The datafication of primary and early years education: playing with numbers. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. Available at: https://contentstore.cla.co.uk/secure/link?id=7a051bca-ede0-e711-80cd-005056af4099.
Braun, A. et al. (2011) ‘Taking context seriously: towards explaining policy enactments in the secondary school’, Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 32(4), pp. 585–596. doi: 10.1080/01596306.2011.601555.
Brooks, R. (2018) ‘Chapter 3: Policy and Policymaking’, in Education and society: places, policies, processes. Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan. Available at: https://contentstore.cla.co.uk/secure/link?id=b1a1b367-d5f7-e811-80cd-005056af4099.
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Mills, M. and McCluskey, G. (eds) (2018) ‘What can a socially just approach to education learn from alternative schools?’, in International Perspectives on Alternative Education Policy and Practice. London: UCL Institute of Education Press, University College London. Available at: https://contentstore.cla.co.uk/secure/link?id=ed761a36-903a-e911-80cd-005056af4099.
Nambissan, G. and Lall, M. (2011) ‘Introduction: Education, Globalisation and Social Justice’, in Education and social justice in the era of globalisation: perspectives from India and the UK. London: Routledge, pp. 1–24. Available at: https://contentstore.cla.co.uk/secure/link?id=0409b7cd-6c1b-e711-80c9-005056af4099.
Olmedo, A., Bailey, P. L. J. and Ball, S. J. (2013) ‘To Infinity and beyond …: Heterarchical Governance, the Teach for All Network in Europe and the Making of Profits and Minds’, European Educational Research Journal, 12(4), pp. 492–512. doi: 10.2304/eerj.2013.12.4.492.
Rizvi, F. and Lingard, B. (2010) ‘Chapter 1: Conceptions of education policy’, in Globalizing education policy. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, pp. 1–21. Available at: https://ucl-new-primo.hosted.exlibrisgroup.com/primo-explore/fulldisplay?docid=UCL_LMS_DS51235844950004761&context=L&vid=UCL_VU2&search_scope=CSCOP_UCL&tab=local&lang=en_US.
See ‘Can We Teach Character?’ (no date). Available at: https://www.jubileecentre.ac.uk/userfiles/jubileecentre/pdf/about-the-centre/16953%20Jubilee%20Centre%203-Fold%20Leaflet%20CHARACTER%20EDU%20-%20WEB.pdf.
Wilkins, A. (2010) ‘Citizens and/or consumers: mutations in the construction of concepts and practices of school choice’, Journal of Education Policy, 25(2), pp. 171–189. doi: 10.1080/02680930903447671.