Publications arising from each of the RECOUP research programmes are listed under their home page. This page provides a list of related publications arising from the work undertaken by members of the Centre for Education and International Development.
Forthcoming and in press
Britwum, A. O., Oduro, G. Y. and Prah, M. (2014, forthcoming). Institutionalising Gender and Women's Studies at the University of Cape Coast, Ghana. Rwanda Journal of Education.
Oduro, G. Y and Otsin, M. (2014, forthcoming). 'Abortion - it is my Own Body': Women's Narratives about Influences on their Abortion Decisions in Ghana. Health Care for Women International (Taylor and Francis).
Sika-Bright, S. and Oduro, G. Y. (2014, forthcoming). Exclusive Breastfeeding Practices of Mothers in Duakor, a Traditional Migrant Community in Cape Coast, Ghana. In Paracka, D. and Abaidoo, S. (guest editors) Democratic Governance, Women and Sustainable Development in Ghana, Journal of Global Initiatives, 8(2)
Tamim, T. (forthcoming) Languages in education and symbolic violence in Pakistan. In Ersch, E. & Solly, M. (Eds.) Language and Globalization, Cambridge Scholar publications.
Tamim, T. (in press) Languages in Education and Implications for Poverty Reduction, Lahore Journal of Policy Studies.
Tamim, T. (in press) Languages and Physical Wellbeing, NUML Journal of Critical Inquiry.
Naveed, A. (2013) ‘Landscaping Policy Relevant Research in Pakistan: Identifying the key actors’. Project Paper, Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Islamabad/Research 4 Development, DFID, London. http://r4d.dfid.gov.uk/pdf/outputs/PubPolRes/61045_Paper2_LandscapingPolicyRelevantResearchinPakistan.pdf
Naveed, A. (2013) ‘Mapping the Institutions of Educational Policy Research in Pakistan: Who is doing what?’. Project Paper, Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Islamabad/Research 4 Development, DFID, London. http://r4d.dfid.gov.uk/pdf/outputs/PubPolRes/Paper3_LandscapingInstitutions_of_EducationalPolicyResearch_in_Pakistan.pdf
Nnorom, C. C. P., Oduro, G. Y., & Yahaya, A. B. (2013). The 'Dog-Chain' Syndrome: A Voluntary and Compelling Phenonmenon among Unemployed Youth in Ghana. In the Journal of Arts and Social Sciences. Vol. 1 (2) pp. 194-223.
Singal, N. (2013) Entry, engagement and empowerment: Dilemmas for inclusive education in an Indian context. In L. Florian (Ed) The Sage Handbook of Special Education. Second Edition. Sage Publication. Needs page numbers
Swartz, S. and Arnot, M. (Eds) (2013) Youth Citizenship and the Politics of Belonging, London: Routledge 142 pp.
Tamim, T. (2013) Higher education, languages and persistence of inequitable structures for working class women in Pakistan, Gender and Education, Vol 25, No, 2pp.155-169.
Tamim, T. (2013) The politics of languages in education and issues of access and participation in the multilingual context of Pakistan, British Educational Research Journal (paper published online: 25 FEB 2013 DOI: 10.1002/berj.3041
Naveed A. and Ali, N. (2012): Clustered Deprivation: District Profile of Poverty in Pakistan, Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Islamabad. Pp.1-110.
Naveed, A. and Islam, T. (2012). ‘A New Methodological Framework for Measuring Poverty in Pakistan’. Working Paper 122, Sustainable Development Policy Institute, Islamabad
Arnot, M. (2011) Conflict, religion and gender hegemonies – the implications for global citizenship education, a response to Islah Jad’s paper, Ethnicities 11(3) 373-377
Bhatti, F. A., Malik, R. & Naveed, A. (2011) ‘Household Quantitative Survey Report: Educational Outcomes and Poverty in Pakistan’, Working Paper 39 for ResearchConsortium on Educational Outcomes and Poverty, University of Cambridge, UK.
Hussain, A., Salim, A., and Naveed, A. (2011). Connecting the Dots: Education and Religious Discrimination in Pakistan - A Study of Public Schools and Madrasas.Washington; US Commission on International Religious Freedom, USA.
Singal, N. and Jeffery, R. (2011) Inclusive education in India: the struggle for quality in consonance with equity. In A. J. Artiles, E., B. Kozleski and F. R. Waitoller (Eds.) Inclusive Education: Examining Equity on Five Continents. Boston: Harvard Education Press.
Arnot, M. (2010) Global citizenship education and equality: gendered hegemonies, tensions and a global gender ethic, in K. Sporre and J.Mannberg (eds) Values, Religions and Education in Changing Societies, London: Sage. 51-66pp
Arnot, M. (2010) Addressing gender conflict, sexuality and violence: feminist perspectives on the challenges faced by global citizenship education’ in Alexander, H. Pinson, H. and Yonhah, Y. (eds) Citizenship Education and Social Conflict, London: Routledge. 83-99pp
Pinson, H., Arnot, M. and Candappa, M. (2010) Education, Asylum and the ‘Non-citizen’ child: The politics of compassion: educating asylum-seeking and refugee children in the UK, London: Palgrave. 259pp
Arnot, M. (2009) Educating the Gendered Citizen: sociological engagements with national and global agendas, London: Routledge 260pp Translated into Spanish as Arnot, M. (2009) Coeducando para una ciudadania en igualdad Madrid, Morata Press and Ministerio de Educacion.303pp.
Arnot, M. (2009) ‘A global conscience collective? Incorporating gender injustices into global citizenship education’, D. Kiwan and H. Starkey (guest editors) Education, Citizenship and Social Justice Special issue. 4,2, pp. 117-132
Janjua, S. and Naveed, A. (2009) ‘Skills acquisition and the significance of the informal training system in Pakistan – Some policy implications’, Policy Brief for ResearchConsortium on Educational Outcomes and Poverty, University of Cambridge, UK.
Malik, R. and Naveed, A. (2012) ‘Financing Education in Pakistan: The Impact of Public Expenditure and Aid on Educational Outcomes’, Working Paper 42 for ResearchConsortium on Educational Outcomes and Poverty, University of Cambridge, UK.
Marshall, M. and Arnot, M. (2008) ‘Globalising the school curriculum: gender, EFA and global citizenship education’ in S. Fennell and Arnot, M. (2008) Gender Education and Equality in a Global Context, London: Routledge,pp.165-180(reprinted as RECOUP Working Paper No. 17. /publications/workingpapers/)
Marshall, H. and Arnot, M. (2008) ‘The gender agenda: the limits and possibilities of global and national citizenship education’ in J. Zajda, L. Davies and S. Majhonovich (eds) Globalisation and Comparative Education Vol. 2: Comparative and Global Pedagogies: equity, access and democracy in education, New York, Springer.