ECSDN Members research on the influence of ECS degrees
This page highlights some the research presented by ECSDN members that help to inform the nature, structure, relevance and contribution of Early Childhood Studies Degrees.
- Wild, M., C. Silberfeld, and B. Nightingale. (2015). “More? Great? Childcare? A Discourse Analysis of Two Recent Social Policy Documents Relating to the Care and Education of Young Children in England.” International Journal of Early Years Education 23 (3): 230–244.
- Pamela Calder (2015) "Policies and discourses in early childhood education and care"
- Mark Hadfield, Michael Jopling, Martin Needham (2015) "Practice Leadership in the Early Years: Becoming, Being and Developing as a Leader)"