Items where Author / Artist / Editor is "Dillon, Jean"

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Dillon, Jean (2011) Black minority ethnic students navigating their way from access courses to social work programmes: key considerations for the selection of students. British Journal of Social Work, 41 (8) . pp. 1477-1496. ISSN 0045-3102 [Article] (doi:10.1093/bjsw/bcr026)

Dillon, Jean (2010) Realisable or thwarted ambitions?: ‘Access to social work’ students’ post-compulsory education and career choices. International Journal of Learning, 17 (2) . pp. 219-231. ISSN 1447-9494 [Article]

Dillon, Jean (2007) All change within the academy: dissonance and role conflict, or the potential for new forms of professionalism? Educate: the London journal of doctoral research in education., 7 (1) . pp. 27-38. ISSN 1477-5557 [Article]

Dillon, Jean (2007) Reflections on widening participation policy: macro influences and micro implications. Widening participation and lifelong learning : the journal of the Institute for Access Studies and the European Access Network., 9 (2) . pp. 16-25. ISSN 1466-6529 [Article]

Dillon, Jean (2007) The conundrum of balancing widening participation with the selection of suitable students for social work education. Social Work Education, 26 (8) . pp. 827-841. ISSN 0261-5479 [Article] (doi:10.1080/02615470601140609)

Allain, Lucille, Brown, H. C., Danso, Chantelle, Dillon, Jean, Finnegan, Pat, Gadhoke, Shally, Shamash, Michael and Whittaker, Felicity (2006) User and carer involvement in social work education: a university case study: manipulation or citizen control? Social Work Education, 25 (4) . pp. 403-413. ISSN 0261-5479 [Article]

Book Section

Hafford-Letchfield, Trish ORCID logoORCID: and Dillon, Jean (2015) The contribution of education and learning for ethical practice: situating ethics and values within the social work continuum. In: Ethics and values in social work practice. Bell, Linda and Hafford-Letchfield, Trish ORCID logoORCID:, eds. Open University Press | McGraw-Hill Education, Maidenhead, pp. 23-36. ISBN 9780335245291. [Book Section]


Dillon, Jean (2010) Accessing and making the transition from further education to higher education: important socio-economic and life course considerations. Project Report. Middlesex University, London, UK. . [Monograph]

Conference or Workshop Item

Dillon, Jean and Cartney, Patricia (2015) Researching practice: opportunities for reconfiguring nearness. In: Joint Social Work Education Conference: Social work education and research across boundaries, July 15 - 17, Open University, Milton Keynes. . [Conference or Workshop Item]

Dillon, Jean (2011) Exploring the possibilities of interdisciplinary research. In: First International Conference on Emerging Research Paradigms in Business and Social Sciences, 22-26th November 2011, Dubai. . [Conference or Workshop Item]

Dillon, Jean (2011) Key social justice considerations when selecting students for social work education. In: Research informed assessment of 'suitability' in social work education. . [Conference or Workshop Item]

Dillon, Jean (2010) Accessing social work education: barriers and triumphs. In: Fair Access? Research on admissions to higher education, 15th April 2010, London. . [Conference or Workshop Item]

Dillon, Jean (2010) Triumph against adversity: how ‘access to social work’ students’ in FE colleges exert individual agency and overcome structural barriers to gain entry to HE. In: Promoting Equity in Higher Education, 27-28th January 2010, Nottingham. . [Conference or Workshop Item]

Dillon, Jean (2010) Accessing and making the transition from FE to HE: important socio-economic and life course considerations. In: Grappling with Scholarship of Teaching: Students as Learning Partners, 25th March 2010, London Resource Centre. . [Conference or Workshop Item]


Dillon, Jean (2007) A critical investigation of access to social work students' post-compulsory education and career choices. DProf thesis, Institute of Education, University of London. [Thesis]

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