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JOURNAL ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
Galey-Horn, Sarah, Sarah Reckhow, Joseph J. Ferrare and Lorien Jansy. Accepted. “Building Consensus: Idea Brokerage in Teacher Policy Networks.” American Educational Research Journal.
Ferrare, Joseph J. In Press. “Embedding Networks in Fields: Toward an Expanded Model of Relational Analysis in Education.” In Relational Sociology and Research on Schools, Colleges and Universities, edited by W. G. Tierney and S. Kolluri. New York, NY: SUNY Press.
Ferrare, Joseph J. 2019. “Charter School Outcomes.” Pp. 160-173 in Handbook of Research on School Choice (2nd Edition), edited by M. Berends, A. Primus, and M. G. Springer. New York, NY: Routledge.
Ferrare, Joseph J. and Julia Miller. 2019. “Making Sense of Persistence in Scientific Purgatory: A Multi-Institutional Analysis of Instructors in Introductory STEM Courses.” The Journal of Higher Education. OnlineFirst:1-26.
Ferrare, Joseph J. 2019. “A Multi-Institutional Analysis of Instructional Beliefs and Practices in Gateway Courses to the Sciences.” CBE-Life Sciences Education 18(2):1-16.
Lee, You-Geon and Joseph J. Ferrare. 2019. "Finding One's Place or Losing the Race? The Consequences of STEM Departure for College Dropout and Degree Completion." The Review of Higher Education 43(1):221-261.
Ferrare, Joseph J. and R. Renee Setari. 2018. "Converging on Choice: The Inter-State Flow of Foundation Dollars to Charter School Organizations." Educational Researcher 47(1):34-45.
Chalkbeat article about the piece
Kretchmar, Kerry, Beth Sondel and Joseph J. Ferrare. 2018. “The Power of the Network: Teach for America and the Deregulation of Teacher Education.” Educational Policy 32(3):423-453.
Ferrare, Joseph J. and Michael W. Apple. 2017. “Practicing Policy Networks: Using Organizational Field Theory to Examine Philanthropic Involvement in Education Policy.” Pp. 108 - 126 in Practice Theory and Education: Diffractive Readings in Professional Practice, edited by J. Lynch, J. Rowlands, T. Gale, and A. Skourdoumbis (eds.). London: Routledge.
Ferrare, Joseph J. 2016. "Intergenerational Education Mobility Trends By Race and Gender in the United States." AERA Open 2(4):1-17.
Ferrare, Joseph J. and Katherine Reynolds. 2016. "Has the Elite Foundation Agenda Spread Beyond the Gates? An Organizational Network Analysis of Non-Major Philanthropic Giving in K12 Education." American Journal of Education 123(1):137-169.
Companion blog post at AJE Forum
Ferrare, Joseph J. and Michael W. Apple. 2015. "Field Theory and Educational Practice: Bourdieu and the Pedagogic Qualities of Local Field Positions in Educational Contexts." Cambridge Journal of Education 45(1):43-59.
Collin, Ross and Joseph J. Ferrare. 2015. "Rescaling Education: Reconstructions of Scale in President Reagan's 1983 State of the Union Address." Journal of Education Policy 30(5):796-809.
Au, Wayne and Joseph J. Ferrare. 2015. “Introduction: Neoliberalism, Social Networks, and the New Governance of Education.” Pp. 1-22 in Mapping Corporate Education Reform: Power and Policy Networks in the Neoliberal State, edited by W. Au and J. J. Ferrare. New York: Routledge.
Au, Wayne and Joseph J. Ferrare. 2015. “Other Peoples’ Policy: Wealthy Elites and Charter School Reform in Washington State.” Pp. 147-164 in Mapping Corporate Education Reform: Power and Policy Networks in the Neoliberal State, edited by W. Au and J. J. Ferrare. New York: Routledge.
*Sondel, Beth, Kerry Kretchmar and Joseph J. Ferrare. “Mapping the Education Entrepreneurial Network: Teach For America, Charter School Reform, and Corporate Sponsorship.” Pp. 65-85 in Mapping Corporate Education Reform: Power and Policy Networks in the Neoliberal State, edited by W. Au and J. J. Ferrare. New York: Routledge.
* Reprint of 2014 JEP article
Ferrare, Joseph J. and Matthew T. Hora. 2014. “Cultural Models of Teaching and Learning in Math and Science: Exploring the Intersections of Culture, Cognition, and Pedagogical Situations.” The Journal of Higher Education 85(6):792-825.
*Au, Wayne and Joseph J. Ferrare. 2014. “Sponsors of Policy: A Network Analysis of Wealthy Elites, their Affiliated Philanthropies, and Charter School Reform in Washington State.” Teachers College Record 116(8):1-24, http:tcrecord.org ID Number: 17387.
Kretchmar, Kerry, Beth Sondel and Joseph J. Ferrare. 2014. “Mapping the Terrain: Teach for America, Charter School Reform, and Corporate Sponsorship.” Journal of Education Policy 29(6):742-759.
*Ferrare, Joseph J. 2014. “The Duality of Courses and Students: A Field-Theoretic Analysis of Secondary School Course-Taking.” Pp. 253-258 in Schools and Society: A Sociological Approach to Education (Fifth Edition), edited by J. H. Ballantine and J. Z. Spade. Thousand Oakes, CA: Sage.
* Selected reprint from 2013 SOE article
Hora, Matthew T. and Joseph J. Ferrare. 2014. “Re-measuring Postsecondary Teaching: How Singular Categories of Instruction Obscure the Multiple Dimensions of Classroom Practice.” Journal of College Science Teaching 43(3):36-41.
Ferrare, Joseph J. 2013. “The Duality of Courses and Students: A Field-Theoretic Analysis of Secondary School Course-Taking.” Sociology of Education 86(2):139-157.
Hora, Matthew T. and Joseph J. Ferrare. 2013. “Instructional Systems of Practice: A Multidimensional Analysis of Undergraduate Math and Science Course Planning and Classroom Teaching.” Journal of the Learning Sciences 22(2):212-257.
Buras, Kristen L., Joseph J. Ferrare and Michael W. Apple. 2013. “Grassroots Educational Organizing in an Era of Venture Capital [Special Issue].” Critical Studies in Education 54(1):1-4.
Ferrare, Joseph J. and Michael W. Apple. 2012. “Bourdieu, Bricolage, and Education Research.” An essay review of Schooling in Disadvantaged Communities: Playing the Game from the Back of the Field by Carmen Mills and Trevor Gale. London and New York: Springer, 2010. pp. 136. Pedagogy, Culture, and Society 20(2):341-351.
Ferrare, Joseph J. and Michael W. Apple. 2012. “Youth, Marginalization, and the City.” An Essay Review of Lost Youth in the Global City: Class, Culture and the Urban Imaginary by Jo-Anne Dillabough and Jacqueline Kennelly. London: Routledge, 2010. pp. 256. Pedagogy, Culture, and Society 20(1):163-172.
Ferrare, Joseph J. and Michael W. Apple. 2010. “Spatializing Critical Education: Progress and Cautions.” Critical Studies in Education 51(2):209-221.
Ferrare, Joseph J. 2009. “Can Critical Education Research be ‘Quantitative’?” Pp. 465-481 in The Routledge International Handbook of Critical Education, edited by M. W. Apple, W. Au, and L. A. Gandin. New York: Routledge.
Au, Wayne and Joseph J. Ferrare (eds). 2015. Mapping Corporate Education Reform: Power and Policy Networks in the Neoliberal State. New York, NY: Routledge.