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Martin-Jones, M., Andrews, J. and Martin, D. (2016) Reflexive ethnographic research practice in multilingual contexts. In: Martin-Jones, M. and Martin, D., eds. (2016) Researching Multilingualism: Critical and Ethnographic Approaches. London: Routledge, pp. 189-202. ISBN 9780415748414 Available from:

Holmes, P., Fay, R., Andrews, J. and Attia, M. (2016) How to research multilingually: Possibilities and complexities. In: Zhu, H., ed. (2016) Research Methods in Intercultural Communication: A Practical Guide. New York: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 88-102. ISBN 9781118837467 Available from:


Andrews, J., Attia, M., Fay, R. and Holmes, P. (2015) “Coming clean” about researching multilingually – what can we learn from mapping diverse approaches in different disciplines? Under consideration for publication in Qualitative Research. ISSN 1468-7941 [Submitted] Available from:

Fay, R., Andrews, J., Holmes, P. and Attia, M. (2015) Revisiting linguistic preparation: Some new directions arising from researching multilingually. Under consideration for publication in Cross Cultural Research. ISSN 1069-3971 [Submitted] Available from:

Andrews, J. and Jones, M. (2015) What’s happening in ‘their space’? Exploring the borders of formal and informal learning with undergraduate students of education in the age of mobile technologies. Journal of Interactive Media in Education, 2015 (1). ISSN 1365-893X Available from:


Andrews, J. (2013) Researching multilingually: New theoretical and methodological directions. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 23 (3). pp. 285-299. ISSN 1473-4192 Available from:

Andrews, J. (2013) It’s a very difficult question isn’t it? Researcher, interpreter and research participant negotiating meanings in an education research interview. International journal of applied linguistics, 23 (3). pp. 316-328. ISSN 0802-6106 Available from:


Andrews, J. (2010) Researching learning in and out of school: A narradigmatic approach. In: Bathmaker, A.-M. and Harnett, P., eds. (2010) Exploring Learning, Identity and Power through Life History and Narrative Research. Oxford: Routledge, pp. 84-96. ISBN 9780415496445 Available from:


Andrews, J., Hughes, M., Greenhough, P. and Yee, W. C. (2009) The daily transition between home and school. In: Ecclestone, K., Biesta, G. and Hughes, M., eds. (2009) Transitions and Learning through the Lifecourse. Routledge. ISBN 978-0415481748 Available from:

Andrews, J. (2009) How well am I doing on my outcomes? In: Eke , R., Butcher, H. and Lee , M., eds. (2009) Whose Childhood Is It? The Roles of Children, Adults and Policy Makers. Continuum. ISBN 9780826499813 Available from:

Winter, J., Andrews, J., Greenhough, P., Hughes, M., Salway, L. and Ching Yee, W. (2009) Improving primary mathematics - linking home and school. Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-36393-8 Available from:


Raphael Reed, L., Ritchie, R., Whitehead, J. and Andrews, J. (2008) An evaluation of the community dimension of the work of specialist schools. Technical Report. SSAT, London. Available from:

Feiler, A., Andrews, J., Greenhough, P., Hughes, M., Johnson, D., Scanlan, M. and Yee, W. C. (2008) The home-school knowledge exchange project: Linking home and school to improve children's literacy. Support for learning, 1 (23). pp. 12-18. ISSN 0268-2141 Available from:


Andrews, J. and Yee, W. C. (2006) Children's 'funds of knowledge' and their real life activities: two minority ethnic children learning in out-of-school contexts in the UK. Educational Review, 58 (4). pp. 435-449. ISSN 1465-3397 Available from:

Yee, W. C. and Andrews, J. (2006) Professional researcher or a 'good guest'? Ethical dilemmas involved in researching children and families in the home setting. Educational Review, 58 (4). pp. 397-413. ISSN 1465-3397 Available from:

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