London Metropolitan University Research Institutes
 
 

Identities, Diversity and Education

 

IPSE has developed a rich strand of new theoretical understandings about young people’s social identities and educational experiences through our research on the diverse identities, aspirations and relationships of young learners, their parents and communities.

Our expertise and interests include:

  • Student identities and experiences in schooling
  • Learning and gender, ‘race’ and social class
  • Transitions, pathways and ‘choice’
  • Diversity, equality and citizenship
  • Aspirations and achievements of diverse groups
  • Media representations of learning and learners
  • Urban and rural youth

Research Projects

Key Publications include:

Mendick (2006) Mathematics and Masculinity, Open University Press


IPSE staff working in this field include: Allen, Hollingworth, Hutchings, Leathwood, Maylor, Quinn, Ross.






 

   Company Information    Page last updated 15 April 2009     Contact Page Owner (Angela Kamara)