Neil Harrison
Neil Harrison
Deputy Director, Rees Centre, University of Oxford
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Cultural distance, mindfulness and passive xenophobia: Using Integrated Threat Theory to explore home higher education students’ perspectives on ‘internationalisation at home’
N Harrison, N Peacock
British educational research journal 36 (6), 877-902, 2009
“It’s So Much Easier to Go with What’s Easy” “Mindfulness” and the Discourse Between Home and International Students in the United Kingdom
N Peacock, N Harrison
Journal of Studies in International Education 13 (4), 487-508, 2009
The impact of negative experiences, dissatisfaction and attachment on first year undergraduate withdrawal
N Harrison
Journal of further and higher education 30 (4), 377-391, 2006
Investigating the impact of personality and early life experiences on intercultural interaction in internationalised universities
N Harrison
International Journal of Intercultural Relations 36 (2), 224-237, 2012
Practice, problems and power in ‘internationalisation at home’: Critical reflections on recent research evidence
N Harrison
Teaching in Higher Education 20 (4), 412-430, 2015
Interactions in the international classroom: The UK perspective
N Harrison, N Peacock
Internationalisation and the student voice, 151-168, 2009
Financial literacy and student attitudes to debt: A cross national study examining the influence of gender on personal finance concepts
S Agnew, N Harrison
Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services 25, 122-129, 2015
Attitudes to debt among indebted undergraduates: A cross-national exploratory factor analysis
N Harrison, S Agnew, J Serido
Journal of Economic Psychology 46, 62-73, 2015
Towards a typology of debt attitudes among contemporary young UK undergraduates
N Harrison, F Chudry, R Waller, S Hatt
Journal of Further and Higher Education 39 (1), 85-107, 2015
Using the lens of ‘possible selves’ to explore access to higher education: A new conceptual model for practice, policy, and research
N Harrison
Social Sciences 7 (10), 209, 2018
Expensive and failing? The role of student bursaries in widening participation and fair access in England
N Harrison, S Hatt
Studies in Higher Education 37 (6), 695-712, 2012
Success and impact in widening participation policy: What works and how do we know?
N Harrison, R Waller
Higher Education Policy 30 (2), 141-160, 2017
Challenging discourses of aspiration: The role of expectations and attainment in access to higher education
N Harrison, R Waller
British Educational Research Journal 44 (5), 914-938, 2018
Have the changes introduced by the 2004 Higher Education Act made higher education admissions in England wider and fairer?
N Harrison
Journal of Education Policy 26 (3), 449-468, 2011
‘Disadvantaged learners’: who are we targeting? Understanding the targeting of widening participation activity in the United Kingdom using geo‐demographic data from southwest …
N Harrison, S Hatt
Higher Education Quarterly 64 (1), 65-88, 2010
Moving on up: Pathways of care leavers and care-experienced students into and through higher education
N Harrison
National Network for the Education of Care Leavers, 2017
An ecological fallacy in higher education policy: the use, overuse and misuse of ‘low participation neighbourhoods’
N Harrison, C McCaig
Journal of Further and Higher Education 39 (6), 793-817, 2015
Opportunity knocks? The impact of bursary schemes on students from low‐income backgrounds
S Hatt, A Hannan, A Baxter, N Harrison
Studies in Higher Education 30 (4), 373-388, 2005
The mismeasure of participation: how choosing the ‘wrong’statistic helped seal the fate of Aimhigher
N Harrison
Higher Education Review 45 (1), 30-61, 2012
Overactive, overwrought or overdrawn? The role of personality in undergraduate financial knowledge, decision‐making and debt
N Harrison, F Chudry
Journal of Further and Higher Education 35 (2), 149-182, 2011
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