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Linda Quirke
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Rogue resistance: Sidestepping isomorphic pressures in a patchy institutional field
L Quirke
Organization Studies 34 (11), 1675-1699, 2013
1402013
The impact of sector on school organizations: Institutional and market logics
S Davies, L Quirke
Sociology of Education 80 (1), 66-89, 2007
1042007
“Keeping young minds sharp”: Children's cognitive stimulation and the rise of parenting magazines, 1959–2003
L Quirke
Canadian Review of Sociology/Revue canadienne de sociologie 43 (4), 387-406, 2006
842006
The new institutionalism goes to the market: The challenge of rapid growth in private K-12 education
S Davies, L Quirke, J Aurini
The new institutionalism in education, 103-122, 2006
582006
The new entrepreneurship in higher education: The impact of tuition increases at an Ontario university
L Quirke, S Davies
The Canadian Journal of Higher Education 32 (3), 2002
582002
Providing for the priceless student: Ideologies of choice in an emerging educational market
S Davies, L Quirke
American journal of education 111 (4), 523-547, 2005
562005
What’s the harm? The coverage of ethics and harm avoidance in research methods textbooks
S Dixon, L Quirke
Teaching Sociology 46 (1), 12-24, 2018
492018
New markets for private education in Canada
S Davies, J Aurini, L Quirke
EDUCATION CANADA-TORONTO- 42 (4), 36-41, 2002
472002
Alternative pathways to legitimacy: promotional practices in the Ontario for-profit college sector
R Pizarro Milian, L Quirke
Journal of Marketing for Higher Education 27 (1), 77-98, 2017
342017
Legitimacy through alternate means: Schools without professionals in the private sector
L Quirke
British Journal of Sociology of Education 30 (5), 621-634, 2009
282009
"Fat-proof your child”: Parenting advice and child obesity
L Quirke
Fat Studies 5 (2), 137-155, 2016
262016
Does Market Competition Encourage Strategic Action in the Private Education Sector?
J Aurini, L Quirke
Canadian Journal of Sociology 36 (3), 173-198, 2011
192011
Innovation in educational markets: An organizational analysis of private schools in Toronto
S Davies, L Quirke
Journal of Catholic Education 8 (3), 274-304, 2005
112005
The joy of foodwork: allergies, gendered foodwork and emotion work in parenting advice, 1991–2020
VL Muñoz, L Quirke
Food, Culture & Society 25 (5), 953-976, 2022
92022
Looking for work: The coverage of work in Canadian introductory sociology textbooks
SM Dixon, L Quirke
Teaching Sociology 42 (3), 207-219, 2014
92014
Access in jeopardy? Social class, finances and university attendance
L Quirke
Missing pieces II: An alternative guide to Canadian post-secondary education …, 2001
82001
Crafting legitimate identities: Promotional strategies in the Ontario non-elite private school sector
RP Milian, L Quirke
Educational Studies 53 (4), 342-358, 2017
62017
When ‘Parent’Becomes a Verb: Changes to Parenting and the Rise of Cognitively Intensive Education
L Quirke
Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association Annual Meeting, Halifax …, 2003
52003
Recreating legitimacy:'Niche'private schools as organizational responses to a shifting ethos of childrearing
L Quirke
ProQuest, 2006
12006
Sociology of Education: An A to Z Guide by James Ainsworth (ed.); Chapter: "Concerted Cultivation and Accomplishment of Natural Growth"
L Quirke
Sage, 2013
2013
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