Book Chapters + Commissioned Reports
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Rowe (current project)
Third Sector Involvement in Australian Schooling
In C. Lubienski, M. Yemini & C. Maxwell (Eds.) Rising Powers in Education: Global Trends and Local Implications. Bristol University Press: Policy Press.
Buying and selling the public school in the market: the politics of space and boundary crossings for urban school choosers
In G. Thompson & A. Hogan (Eds.), Privatisation and Commercialisation in Public Education: How the Public Nature of Schooling is Changing. New York & London: Routledge.
Government, Policy and the Role of the State in Primary Education (Australia).
In L. Perry, M. Tatto, & I. Menter (Eds.), Bloomsbury Education and Childhood Studies (1 ed.). London: Bloomsbury Academic.
Government, Policy and the Role of the State (Secondary Education).
In L. Perry, M.T Tatto and I. Menter (Eds.), Bloomsbury Education and Childhood Series. London: Bloomsbury Academic.
Rowe & Gerrard (2019)
Global social movements and dialogical pedagogy: politics, power and process.
In S. Riddle & M.W. Apple (Eds), Re-Imagining Education for Democracy (pp. 28-42). New York & London: Routledge.
The Youth Bulge: remaking precarity in times of illegitimacy.
In P. Kelly, P. Campbell, L. Harrison & C. Hickey (Eds.), Young People and the Politics of Hope and Outrage (pp. 186-206). Netherlands: Brill Publishing.
Breaking from the field: participant observation and Bourdieu's participant objectivation.
In J. Albright, D. Hartman & J. Widin (Eds.), Bourdieu's field theory and the social sciences (pp. 99-112). Singapore: Springer.
Middle-class school choice in the urban: educational campaigning for a public school.
In W.T. Pink and G.W Noblit (Eds.), Second International Handbook of Urban Education (pp. 945-958). Netherlands, Springer.
UNESCO: Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report: Australian Country Case Study - Accountability in Education
UNESCO: Global Education Monitoring (GEM) Report: Australian Country Case study—Accountability in Education. Global Education Monitoring Series. Published October 30th 2017. See: http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0025/002595/259541e.pdf