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“Doing” science versus “being” a scientist: Examining 10/11‐year‐old schoolchildren's constructions of science through the lens of identity
L Archer, J DeWitt, J Osborne, J Dillon, B Willis, B Wong
Science Education 94 (4), 617-639, 2010
7522010
Science aspirations, capital, and family habitus: How families shape children’s engagement and identification with science
L Archer, J DeWitt, J Osborne, J Dillon, B Willis, B Wong
American educational research journal 49 (5), 881-908, 2012
6112012
“Science capital”: A conceptual, methodological, and empirical argument for extending bourdieusian notions of capital beyond the arts
L Archer, E Dawson, J DeWitt, A Seakins, B Wong
Journal of research in science teaching 52 (7), 922-948, 2015
4782015
‘Not girly, not sexy, not glamorous’: Primary school girls’ and parents’ constructions of science aspirations
L Archer, J DeWitt, J Osborne, J Dillon, B Willis, B Wong
Pedagogy, Culture & Society 21 (1), 171-194, 2013
3042013
Spheres of influence: What shapes young people’s aspirations at age 12/13 and what are the implications for education policy?
L Archer, J DeWitt, B Wong
Journal of Education Policy 29 (1), 58-85, 2014
2812014
Young children's aspirations in science: The unequivocal, the uncertain and the unthinkable
J DeWitt, J Osborne, L Archer, J Dillon, B Willis, B Wong
International Journal of Science Education 35 (6), 1037-1063, 2013
2812013
“Balancing acts'': Elementary school girls' negotiations of femininity, achievement, and science
L Archer, J DeWitt, J Osborne, J Dillon, B Willis, B Wong
Science Education 96 (6), 967-989, 2012
2482012
ASPIRES: Young people’s science and career aspirations, age 10 –14
L Archer, J DeWitt, J Osborne, J Dillon, B Wong, B Willis
King's College London, 2013
232*2013
High aspirations but low progression: The science aspirations–careers paradox amongst minority ethnic students
J DeWitt, L Archer, J Osborne, J Dillon, B Willis, B Wong
International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education 9 (2), 243-271, 2011
1862011
Disorientating, fun or meaningful? Disadvantaged families’ experiences of a science museum visit
L Archer, E Dawson, A Seakins, B Wong
Cultural Studies of Science Education, 1-23, 2016
792016
Careers “From” but not “in” science: Why are aspirations to be a scientist challenging for minority ethnic students?
B Wong
Journal of Research in Science Teaching 52 (7), 979-1002, 2015
792015
Analyzing science education in the United Kingdom: Taking a system‐wide approach
JH Falk, LD Dierking, J Osborne, M Wenger, E Dawson, B Wong
Science education 99 (1), 145-173, 2015
642015
Analysing the UK science education community: The contribution of informal providers
J Falk, J Osborne, L Dierking, E Dawson, M Wenger, B Wong
The Wellcome Trust, 2012
642012
Identifying with science: A case study of two 13-year-old ‘high achieving working class’ British Asian girls
B Wong
International Journal of Science Education 34 (1), 43-65, 2012
522012
ASPIRES: Young people’s science and career aspirations
L Archer, J Osborne, J DeWitt, J Dillon, B Wong, B Willis
age 10, 14, 2013
492013
Let me entertain you: The ambivalent role of university lecturers as educators and performers
B Wong, YLT Chiu
Educational Review 71 (2), 218-233, 2019
472019
Technical boys and creative girls: the career aspirations of digitally skilled youths
B Wong, PEJ Kemp
Cambridge Journal of Education 48 (3), 301-316, 2018
422018
By Chance or by Plan?: The Academic Success of Nontraditional Students in Higher Education
B Wong
AERA Open 4 (2), 1-14, 2018
382018
University lecturers’ construction of the ‘ideal’ undergraduate student
B Wong, YLT Chiu
Journal of Further and Higher Education 44 (1), 54-68, 2020
362020
‘I’m good, but not that good’: Digitally-skilled young people’s identity in computing
B Wong
Computer Science Education 26 (4), 2017
312017
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