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Oxford – Effects of student participation in school health promotion: a systematic review, Ursula Griebler, Daniela Rojatz, Venka Simovska and Rudolf Forster, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute Health Promotion Research, Vienna, Austria and Department of Education, Aarhus University, Copenhagen, Denmark Corresponding author. E-mail: ursula.griebler@gmail.com

Peter Gray, Ph.D., je výzkumným profesorem na Boston College, je autorem knihy Free to Learn (Basic Books) and Psychology zde je odkaz na jeho blog na webu Psychology Today Freedom to learn

An expandable bibliography of research that has been done so far in the field of democratic education. Feel free to add, but please keep the alphabetical order! I know it could/should be more systematic and maybe somewhere else, but I just wanted to start somehow, and somewhere which was not a folder on my computer where only I can see it 😉 — Sabine, 15th August 2013

Aiken, Wilford (1942).The Story of the Eight-Year Study: New York: Harper. http://www.archive.org/stream/storyoftheeighty009637mbp/storyoftheeighty009637mbp_djvu.txt

Avidan, Ramit (2014). ‘Observation from a different perspective‘. Democratic schools in Germany a multiple case study. Masterarbeit an der Jaime and Joan Constantiner School of Education, Department of Education Policy and Administration der Universität Tel Aviv (hebrew, available in german soon)

Bennis, Dana (2012). Research on Freedom-based Education. http://ebookbrowse.com/bennis-comparative-study-doc-d37448620

Berg, Don (2013). Intrinsic motivation research thesis entitled, Enthusiastic Students: The Motivational Consequences of Two Alternative to Mandatory Instruction – http://www.teach-kids-attitude-1st.com/intrinsic-motivation-research.html

Chanoff, David (1981). Democratic Schooling: Means or End? Resolving the Ambiguity. In: The High School Journal, 64(4), 170-175

Cooper, Davina (2007). Opening Up Ownership: Community Belonging, Belongin

Darling, John (1992). A.S. Neill on Democratic Authority: A Lesson from Summerhill? Oxford Review of ducation,03054985, March 92, Vol. 18, Issue 1

Engel, Liba Hannah The Pedagogy of Janusz Korzak in the hadera democratic school: Early twentieth century reform in modern Israel – University of Wisconsin-Madison

Feldman, Jay (1997). The educational opportunities that lie in self-directed age-mixing play among children and adolescents. Paper presented at the Biennal Meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development, Washington DC, 3.-6. April 1997

Feldman, Jay & Peter Gray (1999). Some educational benefits of freely chosen age mixing among children and adolescents. Phi Delta Kappan, 80, 507-512.

Feldman, Jay (2001).The moral behavior of children and adolescents at a democratic school. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (Seattle, WA, April 10-14, 2001). ERIC ED453128.

Fielding, Michael & Peter Moss (2011). Radical Education and the Common School: A Democratic Alternative. London: Routledge.

Fielding, Michael (2005). Alex Bloom, Pioneer of Radical State Education. FORUM, 47(2 &3).

Fielding, Michael (2009). Education, identity and the possibility of democratic public space in schools. In ESRC Seminar Series (Ed.), The educational and social impact of new technologies on young people in Britain, ‘Digital identities: tracing the implications for learners and learning’ (Vol. Seminar 4). London: London School of Economics.

Fielding, Michael (2012). The College of Teachers’ Biennial Lecture: Student voice: patterns of partnership and the demands of deep democracy. Retrieved 13 June, 2013, from http://www.collegeofteachers.ac.uk/content/student-voice-patterns-partnership-and-demands-deep-democracy

Fielding, Michael (2013). Whole School Meetings and the Development of Radical Democratic Community. Studies in Philosophy and Education, 32(2), 123-140.

Fitzpatrick, Colleen M. (1992). A comparative psychological study in education: the concept of `freedom‘ in Summerhill and its effects on life satisfaction, self-concept cooperation/altruism and locus of control orientation., National University of Ireland, Dublin.

Goebel, Rhonda (2000). Can we talk? Manifestations of critical thinking in young people’s spontaneous talk. Master’s thesis, School of Education, DePaul University, Chicago.

Goodsman, Dane (1992). Summerhill: theory and practice. Norwich: Unpublished PhD thesis, University of East Anglia.

Gray, Peter & David Chanoff (1986). What happens to young people who have charge of their own education? In: American Journal of Education, 94(2), 182-213

Gray, Peter & David Chanoff (1984). When play is learning: A school designed for self-directed education. Phi Delta Kappan, 65, 608-611.

Gray, Peter (1986). Sudbury Valley students thrive in a setting founded on democratic principles. Changing Schools, 13, Issue 2, 3-5.

Gray, Peter & David Chanoff (1986). Democratic schooling: What happens to young people who have charge of their own education? American Journal of Education 94, no. 2: 182-213.

Gray, Peter (1993). The freedom to learn. The Washington Post Education Review, Oct. 31, pp. 25-26.

Gray, Peter (2013). Free to learn. Why Unleashing the Instinct to Play Will Make Our Children Happier, More Self­Reliant, and Better Students for Life. Basic Books

Greenberg, Daniel (1995). Free at last: The Sudbury Valley School. Framingham, MA: Sudbury Valley School Press.

Greenberg, Daniel & Mimsy Sadofsky (1992). Legacy of trust life after Sudbury Valley School. Framingham, MA: Sudbury Valley School Press.

Greenberg, Daniel; Mimsy Sadofsky; and Jason Lempka (2005). The pursuit of happiness: The lives of Sudbury Valley alumni. Framingham, MA: Sudbury Valley School Press.

Hannam, Derry (2001). A pilot study to evaluate the impact of the student participation aspects of the citizenship order in standards of education in secondary schools research on self-directed education in England. Manuskript für Prof. Bernard Crick, Ministerial Adviser for Citizenship Education at the Department for Education and Employment (DfEE), London, England.

Keeble-Allen, Diane (2004). Inspection at Summerhill: Did OFSTED inspection result in improvement? , Leicester. Phd or master’s thesis?

Kittel, Rut (2006). Demokratische Bildung in der Diskussion. Am Beispiel des Sudbury-Schul-Konzeptes. Magisterarbeit im Studienbereich Erziehungswissenschaften, Fernuniversität Hagen (german)

Lathrop, R. (2005). Democratic schools: Empowering students through active learning and applied civic education. PhD diss., State University of New York.

Morhayım, B. G. (2008). Bir alternatif okul türü olan demokratik okula dair öğrenci yatkınlığının değerlendirilmesi. Unpublished master theises. İstanbul: Marmara Univesity.

Morrison, K. A. (2007). Free school teaching: A journey into radical progreesive education. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Morrison, Kristan. Progressive educators‘ assumptions, structures, and practices: critical pedagogy at the albany free school – University of North Carolina

O’Rourke, D. L. (2010). Defining and defending a democratic public education site. PhD diss., York University.

Peramas, M. (2007). The Sudbury School and Influences of Psychoanalytic Theory on Student-Controlled Education – Essays in Education – Volume 19 Winter 2007.

Posner, R. (2009). Lives of passion, school of hope: How one public school ignites a lifelong love of learning. CO: Sentient Publications.

Ram, Eyal. Between Despair and Hope – A Critique of Democratic Education Using the Concepts of Michel Foucault – Tel Aviv University

Sadofsky, Mimsy (2009): What it Takes to Create a Democratic School (What Does That Mean Anyway?) . Lecture, International Democratic Education Conference (IDEC 2008), Vancouver, Canada, "Sustainable Democracy: Creating a Stable Culture in a Democratic School." Retrieved February 3, 2010.

Shilon, Abi (2003). Quantitative criteria in assessment of democratic schools in Israel. Master Thesiess. University of Derby. http://www.democratic.co.il/uploads/pdfs/articles/Studies/DemoSchoolGrads.doc

Stelle, C. S., Jr. (2011). Examining a free school through auto-photo elicitation. The Florida State University). ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, http://search.proquest.com/docview/999094231?accountid=17384

Stronach, Ian & Heather Piper (2008). Can liberal education make a comeback? The case of ‚relational touch‘ at Summerhill School. American Educational Research Journal, 45(1), 6-37.

Stronach, Ian (2005). Progressivism against the audit culture: the continuing case of Summerhill School versus OfSTED, First International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Stronach, Ian (2010). Has Progressive Education a Future? The Fall and Rise of Summerhill School, British Educational Research Association annual conference. Warwick University.

Thomas, Alan (2013). Autonomous and Informal Education Under Threat: Summerhill, UK, Sudbury Schools in The Netherlands and Home Education. Other Education , 2(1), 75-77.

Vedder-Weiss, Dana & David Fortus (2011). Adolescent’s Declining Motivation to Learn Science: Inevitable or Not? In: Journal of Research in Sciene Teaching, 48(2), 199-216

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1) Mager and Novak is a crucial Austrian meta-study into outcomes of student participation in decision making in schools

https://academic.oup.com/heapro/article/32/2/195/2950915

2) The Hannam Report is my own work for Bernard Crick/David Blunkett/DFEE

3) Demokrati i Skolen is report of democratic outcomes of a project that I did with the Swedish Speaking School Students Union in some Helsinki Schools in Swedish I’m afraid

4) I include a paper I wrote for EUDEC summarising research into Rights Respecting Schools in the UK

5) There is a scoping study I did for QCA on how government could hear the voice of students re. the curriculum.

6) Eve Mayes from Australia piece on power relations in schools

7) Also highly recommended work by DSE (Danske Skolelever) and University of Aarhus “Pupil Engagement in Education” Andersen, Jeppesen, and Gloy – excellent international literature review as well as analysis of causality between school democracy and outcomes re well-being and learning.

8) Also recommended – Facebook open group “Student Voice Research and Practice” – much US and Australian up-to-date work.

9) Free online journal mixing peer-reviewed and practitioner material called ‘Student Voice Research and Practice’ – edited by Dana Mitra at Penn State Uni.

10) Free on-line Australian journal called CONNECT – edited by Roger Holdsworth at University of Melbourne – centred on Victoria State schools but with wide range of international articles.

11) The HIGH SCOPE work from US – longest running longitudinal study following up cohorts of kids who experience authoritarian, laissez-faire or democratic early years experience and effect on whole-life outcomes.

12) The work by Mimsy Sadofsky following up alumni of the Sudbury Valley School over many years “Legacy of Trust” plus more on SVS website.

Derry Hannam <dhannam@eudec.org>

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