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Well-founded social fictions: a defence of the concepts of institutional and familial habitus
CT Burke, N Emmerich, N Ingram
British Journal of Sociology of Education 34 (2), 165-182, 2013
1532013
Culture, capitals and graduate futures: Degrees of class
C Burke
Routledge, 2015
1502015
Capturing habitus: Theory, method and reflexivity
C Costa, C Burke, M Murphy
International Journal of Research & Method in Education 42 (1), 19-32, 2019
952019
Bourdieu: the next generation: the development of Bourdieu's intellectual heritage in contemporary UK sociology
J Thatcher, N Ingram, C Burke, J Abrahams
Routledge, 2015
872015
Critical perspectives on graduate employability
C Burke, T Scurry, J Blenkinsopp, K Graley
Graduate employability in context: Theory, research and debate, 87-107, 2017
822017
Navigating the graduate labour market: the impact of social class on student understandings of graduate careers and the graduate labour market
C Burke, T Scurry, J Blenkinsopp
Studies in Higher Education 45 (8), 1711-1722, 2020
652020
Decent work in the UK: Context, conceptualization, and assessment
V Dodd, T Hooley, C Burke
Journal of Vocational Behavior 112, 270-281, 2019
652019
Bourdieu's theory of practice: Maintaining the role of capital
C Burke
Bourdieu: The next generation, 8-24, 2015
452015
Habitus and graduate employment: A re/structured structure and the role of biographical research
C Burke
Bourdieu, Habitus and Social Research: The Art of Application, 55-73, 2015
362015
‘Graduate Blues’: Considering the effects of inverted symbolic violence on underemployed middle class graduates
C Burke
Sociology 51 (2), 393-409, 2017
342017
The biographical illumination: A Bourdieusian analysis of the role of theory in educational research
CT Burke
Sociological Research Online 16 (2), 1-9, 2011
322011
Capitals and habitus: A Bourdieusian framework for understanding transitions into higher education and student experiences
C Burke
Access to Higher Education, 65-80, 2016
232016
Introduction: The development of Bourdieu's intellectual heritage in UK sociology
C Burke, J Thatcher, N Ingram, J Abrahams
Bourdieu: The next generation, 1-7, 2015
182015
Higher education and aspiration
T Bowers-Brown, N Ingram, C Burke
International Studies in Sociology of Education 28 (3-4), 207-214, 2019
162019
Biographical narrative interview method: tracing graduates' futures
CT Burke
SAGE Publications, Ltd., 2014
162014
Graduate careers in context: research, policy and practice
C Burke, F Christie
Routledge, 2018
15*2018
Maybe it is for the likes of us: Reconsidering classed higher education and graduate employment trajectories
C Burke
International Perspectives on Theorizing Aspirations: Applying Bourdieu’s …, 2018
122018
Social Research and Disability
C Burke, B Byrne
Routledge, 2020
112020
Introduction: Using Bourdieu to theorize aspirations
G Stahl, D Wallace, C Burke, S Threadgold
International Perspectives on Theorizing Aspirations: Applying Boudieu’s …, 2019
112019
International perspectives on Theorizing aspirations: Applying Bourdieu’s tools
G Stahl, D Wallace, C Burke, S Threadgold
Bloomsbury Publishing, 2018
112018
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