Table of contents for Education policy and social class : the selected works of Stephen Ball / Stephen Ball.

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Section 1
Perspectives on policy research
1. Policy Sociology and Critical Social Research: a personal review of recent education policy and policy research.
2. Discipline and chaos: the New Right and discourses of derision
3. What is Policy? Texts, Trajectories and Toolboxes.
4. Educational Studies, Policy Entrepreneurship and Social Theory.
5. Big Policies/Small World: an introduction to international perspectives on education policy.
Section 2
Policy Technologies and policy analysis
6. Ethics, self interest and the market form in education.
7. Good school/Bad school: paradox and fabrication.
8. Educational Reform, Market concepts and Ethical re-tooling.
9. Standards in Education: privatisation, profit and values.
10. The teacher's soul and the terrors of performativity.
Section 3
Social Class and Education policy
11. Ball, S.J., R. Bowe, and S. Gewirtz: Circuits of schooling: a sociological exploration of parental choice of school in social class contexts. 
12. Ball, S.J., M. Maguire and S. Macrae: Space, Work and the 'New Urban Economies'.
13. Social Justice in the Head: are we all libertarians now.
14. Ball, S. J., D. Reay, D. and M. David: 'Ethnic Choosing': Minority Ethnic students and Higher Education Choice.
15. Ball. S.J., and C. Vincent: 'I heard it on the grapevine': 'hot' knowledge and school choice.
16. The Risks of Social Reproduction: the middle class and education markets.

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Education and state -- Great Britain.
Educational sociology -- Great Britain.
Educational equalization -- Great Britain.
Social classes -- Great Britain.