|Graduates in Smaller Business is a pilot study of a graduate identity approach, examining the experience of graduates who have gained employment in smaller organisations. Project undertaken with funding support of the Government Office for London; completed August 1998|
|Published journal articles and book chapters||
'Reframing the skills agenda in higher education: graduate identity and the double warrant', in D. Preston (ed.), University of Crisis, Rodopi Press (2002)
"Reconsidering Graduate Employability: the 'graduate identity' approach", in Quality in Higher Education, vol. 7, no. 4, July 2001
"Questioning the skills agenda"
"What can performance tell us about learning? Explicating a troubled
"Competence and Capability:
From 'Confidence Trick' to the Construction of the Graduate Identity"
"Skills - A Social Perspective"
Reconsidering Graduate Employability: Beyond Possessive-Instrumentalism (.pdf file)
Becoming a graduate, becoming a manager: the warranting of emergent identity
Higher Education and the Learning Agenda: A Degenerative Programme?
education and the learning agenda: a degenerative programme?"
identity, education and distributed assessment: an ethnomethodological
the concepts of 'learning' and 'competence': education and modalities
of emergent identity"
Learning: Performance, Identity and Practice"
"Reframing the skills agenda
in higher education: graduate identity and the double warrant"
"One more time, transferable
skills donít exist ... (and what we should do about it)"
"Reframing the Ability-Based
Curriculum in Higher Education"
"The capability curriculum,
conventions of assessment and the construction of graduate employability"