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JOURNAL ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
Lee, You-Geon and Joseph J. Ferrare. Accepted. "Finding One's Place or Losing the Race? The Consequences of STEM Departure for College Dropout and Degree Completion." The Review of Higher Education.
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.
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.