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Who do you think you are? Exploring Learning Identities, 2019/20, Semester 1
Anita Collins
Tutor information is taken from the Module Catalogue


Reading organised within Themes


*Cote, J.E. & Levine, C.G. 2002 Identity formation, agency, and culture : a social psychological synthesis Lawrence Earlbaum Associates Chapter 2 pp14-31

*Saarni, C. 1997 Emotional Competence and Self-Regulation in Childhood in Salovey, P. & Sluyter, D. J.  Emotional development and emotional intelligence : educational implications Basic Books Chapter 2 pp35-66

*Erikson, E. 1980 Identity and the life cycle ISBN: 0393311325 (pbk) New York, London: Norton Chapter 3 pp108-175

Bauman, Z. 1996 From Pilgrim to Tourist – or a Short History of Identity in Hall, S. & du Guy, P. Questions of cultural identity London Sage Publications pp18-36

Bettelheim, B. 1959 Feral Children and Autistic Children American Journal of Sociology. Vol. 64, No. 5 The University of Chicago pp.455-467

Goffman, E. (1963) Stigma Englewood Cliffs, Prectice Hall Chapter 4 pp151-165

Jenkins, R. (2008) Social Identity Routledge Chapter 8 pp90-101

Goffman, E. (1990) The Presentation of Self in Everyday Life Penguin Chapter 1 pp15-66

Hall, S. and De Guy, P.  (1996) Questions of cultural identity London: Sage pp1-17

Huddy, L. (2001) From Social to Political Identity: A Critical Examination of Social Identity Theory Political psychology. y 22:1 2001 pp127-156

Rogers, C. (1961) On Becoming a Person Constable pp273-296


*Tennant, M. (2006) Psychology and Adult Learning Routledge Chapter 4 pp35-57

Belenky, M.F. et. al. (1986) Women’s Ways of Knowing: The Development of Self, Voice, and Mind Basic Books Introduction pp3-20

Bentham, S. (2002) Psychology and education Routledge pp1-19

Boud, D. (2005) Reflection: Turning Experience into Learning RoutledgeFalmer Chapter 1 pp18-40

Donnell, K. (2007) Getting to We: Developing a Transformative Urban Teaching Practice Urban education 42:3 pp223-249

Freire, P. (1996) Pedagogy of the Oppressed Penguin Chapter 2 pp52-67

Fuller, A. et al (2005) Learning as peripheral participation in communities of practice: a reassessment of key concepts in workplace learning in British educational research journal. Vol 31, No. 1 February 2005) pp49-68

Jarvis, P. et. al. (2005) The Theory and Practice of Learning 2nd ed. Abingdon: RoutledgeFalmer

Knowles, M. (1990) The Adult Learner: A Neglected Species Gulf Publishing Chapter 3 pp27-65

Kolb, D. (1984) Experiential learning : experience as the source of learning and development Prentice Hall Chapter 2 pp20-38

Meyer, J. and Land, R. (2003) Threshold concepts and troublesome knowledge : linkages to ways of thinking and practising within the disciplines (paper in VLE) pp1-12

Reece, I. & Walker, S. (2006) Teaching, Training and Learning: A Practical Guide Business Education Publishers pp76-98

Stevenson, R. & Palmer, J. (1994) Learning principles, processes and practices London:Cassell


Abbott, D. (1998) Culture and identity Hodder & Stoughton Ch. 8 pp100-115

Alibhai-Brown, Y. (2001) Imagining the new Britain Penguin Ch. 4 pp95-122

Bartlett, L (2005) Identity work and cultural artefacts in literacy learning and use: a socio-cultural analysis.  Language and education : an international journal. , 19, 1, pp.

Brown, J, Collins, Duguid, P (1989) Situated cognition and the culture of learning Educational researcher. 18, 1, pp. 32-42

Cohen, A. P. (1982) Belonging : identity and social organisation in British rural cultures Manchester University Press Ch 1 pp 1-17

Cohen, A.P. (2000) Signifying identities : anthropological perspectives on boundaries and contested values Routledge pp1-13

Donnell, K. (2007) Getting to We: Developing a Transformative Urban Teaching Practice Urban education 42:3 pp223-249

Fox, K. (2004) Watching the English : the hidden rules of English behaviour Hodder Introduction pp.1-22

Fuller, A et al. (2005) Learning as peripheral participation in communities of practice: a reassessment of key concepts in workplace learning. British educational research journal. 31, 1, pp. 49-68

Hall, S (ed) (1997) Representation : cultural representations and signifying practices . London: Sage/Open University Press

Hendry, L. (2007) Belonging or Opposing?   A Grounded Theory Approach to Young People’s Cultural Identity in a Majority/Minority Societal Context in Identity 7:3 pp181-204

Hoggart, R. (1957) The Uses of Literacy Chatto & Windus Ch. 1 pp15-26

Kay, E & Tisdall, M. (2003) A Culture of Participation? In Riddell, S. & Watson, N. ed (2003) Disability, culture and identity Pearson: Prentice Hall Ch.2 pp19-33

Rutherford, J. (1990) A Place Called Home: Identity : community, culture, difference   London: Lawrence & Wishart pp9-27


*Tennant, M. (2006) Psychology and adult learning (Available as Electronic book) Chapter 4 pp35-57

Carter, K and Doyle, W (1996) Personal narrative and life history in learning to teach in J. Sikula (ed) Handbook of research on teacher education : a project of the Association of Teacher Educators , New York: Macmillan, pp. 120-142

Gardner, K. (2002) Age, narrative, and migration : the life course and life histories of Bengali elders in London Oxford: Berg pp27-49

Gergen, K.J. & Kaye, J. (1992) Beyond Narrative in the Negotiation of Therapeutic Meaning in McNamee, S. & Gergen, K.J. Therapy as social construction Sage Publications Ch 11 pp166-185

Moon, J.  (2004) A handbook of reflective and experiential learning : theory and practice Routledge Falmer pp196-203

Weedon, C. (2004) Identity and culture OU Press Ch 4 pp61-84

This list was last updated on 29/10/2014