Anne West focuses on School choice, Public relations, Economic growth, Developmental psychology and Pedagogy. Her study in Public relations is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Sophistication, Exploratory research and Embarrassment. Her Economic growth research includes themes of Older people, Demography and Social care.
Her studies in Developmental psychology integrate themes in fields like Compromise and Primary education. Her Primary education research includes elements of Out of school, Diversification, Attendance and Face. Her work on Junior school as part of general Pedagogy research is often related to Social background, Raising and Religious organization, thus linking different fields of science.
Anne West spends much of her time researching Pedagogy, Public administration, Economic growth, Medical education and Mathematics education. In general Pedagogy study, her work on Primary education often relates to the realm of Excellence, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Her Public administration research integrates issues from Public policy and Education policy.
In general Economic growth, her work in Disadvantaged, Poverty and Early childhood education is often linked to Policy development linking many areas of study. Her work on Academic achievement and Preparatory school is typically connected to Pupil as part of general Mathematics education study, connecting several disciplines of science. Anne West applies her multidisciplinary studies on Public relations and School choice in her research.
Her primary scientific interests are in Public administration, Economic growth, Early childhood education, Policy development and Central government. Anne West interconnects Corporate governance and School system in the investigation of issues within Public administration. Her study looks at the relationship between Economic growth and fields such as Quality, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
She combines subjects such as Poverty, International studies, Social mobility and Education policy with her study of Early childhood education. Her Debt research incorporates elements of Higher education and Social psychology. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Developmental psychology and Pedagogy.
Anne West mainly investigates Economic growth, Young adult, Public administration, Education policy and Early childhood education. Her work carried out in the field of Economic growth brings together such families of science as Quality and Debt. Her study in Quality is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Social care, Older people and Public relations.
Her study on Young adult is covered under Developmental psychology. Anne West has included themes like Respite care and Agency in her Developmental psychology study. The various areas that Anne West examines in her Public administration study include Comparative education and Corporate governance.
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Students' Facebook ‘friends’: public and private spheres
Anne West;Jane Lewis;Peter Currie.
Journal of Youth Studies (2009)
‘Friending’: London-based undergraduates’ experience of Facebook:
Jane Lewis;Anne West.
New Media & Society (2009)
Development of child-centered disease-specific questionnaires for living with asthma
M.J. Christie;Davina French;A. Sowden;A. West.
Psychosomatic Medicine (1993)
The effect of changes in published secondary school admissions on pupil composition
Rebecca Allen;John Coldron;Anne West.
Journal of Education Policy (2012)
Underachievement in Schools
Anne West;Hazel Pennell.
Mother's Intuition: Choosing Secondary Schools
Miriam E. David;Anne West;Jane Ribbens.
Parental Involvement in Education in and out of School
Anne West;Philip Noden;Ann Edge;Miriam David.
British Educational Research Journal (1998)
The Impact of Increased Fees on Participation in Higher Education in England
Hazel Pennell;Anne West.
Higher Education Quarterly (2005)
The Development of the Academies Programme: ‘Privatising’ School-Based Education in England 1986–2013
Anne West;Elizabeth Bailey.
British Journal of Educational Studies (2013)
Publishing School Examination Results in England: Incentives and consequences
Anne West;Hazel Pennell.
Educational Studies (2000)
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