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Article

Colley, Helen and Guéry, Frédérique (2015) Understanding new hybrid professions: Bourdieu, illusio and the case of public service interpreters. Cambridge journal of education, 45 (1). 113-131.. ISSN 0305-764X

Chadderton, Charlotte and Colley, Helen (2012) School-to-work transition services: marginalising ‘disposable’ youth in a state of exception? Discourse: studies in the cultural politics of education, 33 (3). pp. 329-343. ISSN 0159-6306

Lewin, Cathy and Colley, Helen (2011) Professional capacity for 14–19 career guidance in England: some baseline data. British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 39 (1). pp. 1-24. ISSN 1469-3534

Colley, Helen (2007) Understanding time in learning transitions through the lifecourse. International Studies in Sociology of Education, 17 (4). pp. 427-443. ISSN 0962-0214

Colley, Helen and Jarvis, Janis (2007) Formality and informality in the summative assessment of motor vehicle apprentices: a case study. policy and practice, 14 (3). pp. 295-314. ISSN 0969-594X

Colley, Helen and James, David and Diment, Kim (2007) Unbecoming teachers: towards a more dynamic notion of professional participation. Journal of education policy, 22 (2). pp. 173-193. ISSN 0268-0939

Colley, Helen (2006) Mentoring for young people not in education, employment or training: a ‘NEET’ solution, but to whose problems?

Colley, Helen (2006) Do we choose careers or do they choose us? Questions about career choices, transitions and social inclusion. Career research and development. ISSN 1472-6564

Colley, Helen (2006) Learning to labour with feeling: class, gender and emotion in childcare education and training. Contemporary issues in early childhood, 7 (1). pp. 15-29.

Colley, Helen (2006) Mentoring in career guidance and career development: problems in formalising an informal practice? Career Research & Development. ISSN 1472-6564

Colley, Helen and Hodkinson, P. (2005) Formality and informality in college-based learning. ISSN 0074-9818

Colley, Helen (2005) Research, policy and practice in guidance: what should the relationship be? Career research and development, 2005, no.12, pp.3-9. ISSN 1472-6564

Colley, Helen and James, David and Tedder, Michael and Diment, Kim (2003) Learning as becoming in vocational education and training: class, gender and the role of vocational habitus. Journal of vocational education and training, 55 (4). pp. 471-498. ISSN 1363-6820

Colley, Helen (2003) Engagement mentoring for 'disaffected' youth: a new model of mentoring for social inclusion. British educational research journal, 29 (4). pp. 521-542. ISSN 0141-1926

Colley, Helen (2003) Engagement mentoring for socially excluded youth: problematising an 'holistic' approach to creating employability through the transformation of habitus. British journal of guidance and counselling, 31 (1). pp. 77-99. ISSN 0306-9885

Malcolm, Janice and Hodkinson, Phil and Colley, Helen (2003) The interrelationships between informal and formal learning. ISSN 1366-5626

Colley, Helen (2002) A 'rough guide' to the history of mentoring from a Marxist feminist perspective. Journal of education for teaching, 28 (3). pp. 257-273. ISSN 0260-7476

Colley, Helen and Hodkinson, Phil (2001) Problems with "bridging the gap": the reversal of structure and agency in addressing social exclusion. Critical social policy, 21 (3). pp. 335-359. ISSN 0261-0183

Colley, Helen (2001) Righting rewritings of the myth of Mentor: a critical perspective on career guidance mentoring. British journal of guidance and counselling, 29 (2). pp. 177-197. ISSN 0306-9885

Colley, Helen (2001) An ABC of mentors’ talk about disaffected youth: alternative lifestyles, benefit dependency or complete dunces? ISSN 0262-9798

Book Section

Colley, Helen (2011) Learning to labour with feeling: class, gender and emotion in childcare education and training. In: Marxism and education: renewing the dialogue, pedagogy and culture. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230111691

Colley, Helen (2011) Learning to mentor young people: a saintly vocation or an alienating experience? In: Educating from Marx: race, gender, learning. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780230115811

Colley, Helen (2010) 'There is no golden key’: overcoming problems with data analysis in qualitative research. In: The Routledge doctoral student's companion. Routledge. ISBN 0415484111

Colley, Helen (2009) Time in learning transitions through the lifecourse: a feminist perspective. In: Transitions and learning through the lifecourse. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-48174-8

Colley, Helen (2008) Myths of mentoring: developing a Marxist-Feminist critique. In: Renewing dialogues in Marxism and education. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781403974969

Colley, Helen and Hodkinson, Phil and Bowman, Helen (2006) Conceptualising transitions from education to employment as career development and/or learning. In: Constructing the future: transforming career guidance. Institute of career guidance.

Colley, Helen and Hodkinson, Phil and Malcolm, Janice (2006) European policies on 'non-formal' learning: a genealogical review. In: Learning outside the academy: international research perspectives. Routledge. ISBN 0415365856

Colley, Helen (2006) From childcare practitioner to FE tutor: biography, identity and lifelong learning. In: Gender and lifelong learning: critical feminist engagements. Routledge. ISBN 0415374855

Colley, Helen (2005) Formal and informal models of mentoring for young people: issues for democratic and emancipatory practice. In: Colley H. Formal and informal models of mentoring for young people: issues for democratic and emancipatory practice. In L. Chisholm and B. Hoskins. Strasbourg, Council of Europe, 2005. Council of Europe. ISBN 9287157650

Colley, Helen (2000) Deconstructing 'realism' in career planning: how globalisation impacts on vocational guidance. In: Careers guidance constructing the future: a global perspective. Trotman.

Conference or Workshop Item

Colley, Helen and Lewin, Cathy and Chadderton, Charlotte (2010) 14-19 career guidance in England: an unbecoming profession? [Conference or Workshop Item]

Chadderton, Charlotte and Colley, Helen (2010) Career guidance unbound: a case of strategic resistance? [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Colley, Helen (2010) Communities of practice: reinscribing global labour in workplace learning. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Colley, Helen (2010) Time, space and ethics work: towards a ‘politics of we’ in a de-boundaried occupation. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Colley, Helen and Wahlberg, Madeleine and Gleeson, Denis (2005) Improving teaching and learning in further education: towards a genealogy. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Colley, Helen (2004) Learning experiences of adults mentoring socially excluded young people: issues of power and gender. [Conference or Workshop Item] (Unpublished)

Colley, Helen (2001) Understanding experiences of engagement mentoring for ‘disaffected’ young people and their student mentors: problems of data analysis in qualitative research. [Conference or Workshop Item]

Book

Colley, Helen and Boetzelen, Philipp and Hoskins, Bryony and Parveva, Teodora (2007) Social inclusion for young people: breaking down the barriers. Council of Europe. ISBN 9789287161000

Colley, Helen (2003) Mentoring for social inclusion: a critical approach to nurturing mentor relationships. Routledge Falmer. ISBN 0415311101

Other

Torrance, Harry and Colley, Helen and Garratt, Dean and Jarvis, Janis and Piper, Heather and Ecclestone, Kathryn and James, David (2010) The impact of different modes of assessment on achievement and progress in the learning and skills sector. Learning and Skills Research Centre.

Colley, Helen and Lewin, Cathy and Chadderton, Charlotte (2010) The impact of 14-19 reforms on the career guidance profession in England: final report. Education and Social Research Institute, Manchester Metropolitan University.

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