Christine Jarvis
Christine Jarvis
Professor of Adult Educatioin
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Education in popular culture: Telling tales on teachers and learners
R Fisher, A Harris, C Jarvis
Routledge, 2008
Fiction, empathy and lifelong learning
C Jarvis
International Journal of Lifelong Education 31 (6), 743-758, 2012
Using fiction for transformation
C Jarvis
New directions for adult and continuing education 2006 (109), 69-77, 2006
Fiction and film and transformative learning
C Jarvis
The handbook of transformative learning: Theory, research, and practice, 486-502, 2012
Real stakeholder education? Lifelong learning in the Buffyverse
C Jarvis
Studies in the Education of Adults 37 (1), 31-46, 2005
Love changes everything: The transformative potential of popular romantic fiction
C Jarvis
Studies in the Education of Adults 31 (2), 109-123, 1999
School is hell: Gendered fears in teenage horror
C Jarvis
Educational Studies 27 (3), 257-267, 2001
The Transformative Potential of Popular Television: The Case of Buffy the Vampire Slayer
C Jarvis, V Burr
Journal of Transformative Education 9 (3), 165-182, 2011
Desirable reading: The relationship between women students' lives and their reading practices
CA Jarvis
Adult Education Quarterly 53 (4), 261-276, 2003
The twilight of feminism? Stephenie Meyer’s saga and the contradictions of contemporary girlhood
C Jarvis
Children's literature in education 45, 101-115, 2014
The role of the arts in professional education: Surveying the field
C Jarvis, P Gouthro
Studies in the Education of Adults 47 (1), 64-80, 2015
Student withdrawal, retention and their sense of belonging; their experience in their words
L Russell, C Jarvis
Research in Educational Administration and Leadership 4 (3), 494-525, 2019
Becoming a woman through Wicca: Witches and wiccans in contemporary teen fiction
C Jarvis
Children's Literature in Education 39 (1), 43-52, 2008
Reading and knowing: How the study of literature affects adults? Beliefs about knowledge
C Jarvis
International Journal of Lifelong Education 19 (6), 535-547, 2000
Imagining the Family: Representations of Alternative Lifestyles in Buffy the Vampire Slayer
V Burr, C Jarvis
Qualitative Social Work 6 (3), 263-280, 2007
Fiction as feminist pedagogy: an examination of curriculum and teaching strategies embodied in the novel
C Jarvis
Studies in Continuing Education 42 (1), 118-132, 2020
‘Friends are the family we choose for ourselves’ Young people and families in the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer
C Jarvis, V Burr
Young 13 (3), 269-283, 2005
How to be a woman: Models of masochism and sacrifice in young adult fiction
C Jarvis
Popular Culture as Pedagogy, 135-150, 2015
The art of freedom in HE teacher development
C Jarvis
Teaching in Higher Education 24 (1), 17-31, 2019
Professional education with fiction media: Imagination for engagement and empathy in learning
C Jarvis, P Gouthro
Springer, 2019
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