2023 - Research.com Social Sciences and Humanities in United Kingdom Leader Award
Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Stephen Gorard mainly investigates Educational research, Pedagogy, Social psychology, Demographic economics and Academic achievement. His Educational research research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Research design, Management science, Research methodology and Operations research. Stephen Gorard is interested in Lifelong learning, which is a branch of Pedagogy.
He combines subjects such as Index, Class, Positive economics and Variety with his study of Social psychology. His studies deal with areas such as Economic growth, Socioeconomic status, Access to Higher Education and Agency as well as Demographic economics. His Academic achievement research includes themes of Variation, Teaching staff and Primary education.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Pedagogy, Mathematics education, Economic growth, Medical education and Social psychology. Pedagogy is closely attributed to Postsecondary education in his work. Particularly relevant to Academic achievement is his body of work in Mathematics education.
His work in Economic growth tackles topics such as Socioeconomic status which are related to areas like Demographic economics. His Medical education study incorporates themes from Program evaluation and Literacy. His studies in Lifelong learning integrate themes in fields like Government, Adult education and Public relations.
His primary areas of investigation include Medical education, Disadvantaged, Public relations, Literacy and Disadvantage. His Disadvantaged study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Poverty and Social psychology. His Poverty study is concerned with the larger field of Economic growth.
His Economic growth study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Grammar school and Social mobility. His work deals with themes such as Context and Higher education, Education policy, which intersect with Public relations. His work carried out in the field of Pedagogy brings together such families of science as Information and Communications Technology and Contextual design.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Disadvantaged, Medical education, Poverty, Academic achievement and Education policy. His Disadvantaged research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Social psychology, Curriculum, Public relations, Disadvantage and Literacy. His research investigates the connection between Disadvantage and topics such as Ethnic group that intersect with issues in Mathematics education.
His Poverty study deals with Demographic economics intersecting with Cash transfers. His studies examine the connections between Academic achievement and genetics, as well as such issues in Philosophy for Children, with regards to Critical thinking and Relevance. Educational attainment is closely connected to Empathy in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Pedagogy.
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Combining Methods in Educational and Social Research
Stephen Gorard;Chris Taylor.
Older adults' use of information and communications technology in everyday life
Neil Selwyn;Stephen Gorard;John Furlong;Louise Madden.
Ageing & Society (2003)
Quantitative methods in educational research : the role of numbers made easy
Review of Widening Participation Research: Addressing the Barriers to Participation in Higher Education
Stephen Gorard;Emma Smith;Helen May;Liz Thomas.
Schools, Markets and Choice Policies
John Fitz;Stephen Gorard;Chris Taylor.
Research Design: Creating Robust Approaches for the Social Sciences
Adult Learning in the Digital Age: Information Technology and the Learning Society
Neil Selwyn;Stephen Gorard;John Furlong.
Death of mixed methods? Or the rebirth of research as a craft
Jennifer E. Symonds;Stephen Gorard.
Evaluation & Research in Education (2010)
Creating a learning society?: Learning careers and policies for lifelong learning
Stephen Gorard;Gareth Meredydd Rees.
An international comparison of equity in education systems
Stephen Gorard;Emma Smith.
Comparative Education (2004)
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