This page lists some of my scholarly publications. Please get in touch if there are any you can’t access freely. You can find more info on my publications page at the University of Manchester and a complete list of outputs on my citations page at Google Scholar.
Jones, Steven, Michael J. Sutcliffe, Joanna Bragg and Diane Harris. 2016. “To what extent is capital expenditure in UK Higher Education meeting the pedagogical needs of staff and students?” Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management. Published online: 09 May 2016. DOI: 10.1080/1360080X.2016.1181881
Jones, Steven. 2016. “Expressions of student debt aversion and tolerance among academically able young people in low-participation English schools”. British Educational Research Journal. 42(2), 277-293. DOI: 10.1002/berj.3209.
Jones, Steven, Anthony Mann and Katy Morris. 2016. “The ‘Employer Engagement Cycle’ in Secondary Education: analysing the testimonies of young British adults”. Journal of Education and Work. Published online: 07 Sep 2015. DOI: 10.1080/13639080.2015.1074665.
Mountford-Zimdars, Anna, John Sanders, Joanne Moore, Duna Sabri, Steven Jones and Louise Higham. 2016. “What can universities do to support all their students to progress successfully throughout their time at university?”. Perspectives: Policy and Practice in Higher Education. Published online: 05 Aug 2016. DOI: 10.1080/13603108.2016.1203368
Jones, Steven. 2014. “Equity in the Higher Fees Era: a case study of English universities”. Revista de Docencia Universitaria. 12(2), 61-76. (download directly here)
Jones, Steven. 2013. “‘Ensure That You Stand Out From the Crowd’: A corpus-based analysis of personal statements according to applicants’ school type”. Comparative Education Review. 57(3), 397-423. DOI: 10.1086/670666
Zimdars, Anna, Steven Jones, Alice Sullivan and Anthony Heath. 2013. “Framing Higher Education: questions and responses in the British Social Attitudes survey, 1983 to 2010”. British Journal of the Sociology of Education. 34(5-6), 792-811. DOI: 10.1080/01425692.2013.816040
Chapters in Edited Collections:
Jones, Steven. 2015. “Non-academic indicators and the Higher Education admissions process: a case study of the Personal Statement.” In Handbook of Higher Education Admission Policy and Practice, ed. Virginia Stead. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
Jones, Steven. 2015. ‘“Ensure That You Stand Out From the Crowd”: A corpus-based analysis of personal statements according to applicants’ school type’. In Fair Access to Higher Education, ed. Anna Mountford-Zimdars, Daniel Sabbagh and David Post. Chicago: Chicago University Press.
Jones, Steven. 2014. “The role of work experience in the UK Higher Education admissions process”. In Understanding Employer Engagement in Education: theories and evidence, ed. Louise Archer, Anthony Mann and Julian Stanley. London:Routledge.
Jones, Steven. 2014. “Ambassador or Observer? Competing identities of the academic researcher in studies of higher education participation.” In Education Policy Research: design and practice at a time of rapid reform, ed. Helen M Gunter, David Hall and Colin Mills. London: Bloomsbury.
Jones, Steven. 2016. Making A Statement. The Sutton Trust. (download here)
Vigurs, Katy, Steven Jones and Diane Harris. 2016. Greater Expectations of Graduate Futures? A Comparative Analysis of the Views of the Last Generation of Lower-Fees Undergraduates and the First Generation of Higher-Fees Undergraduates at Two English Universities. SRHE Final Report. (download here)
Mountford-Zimdars, Anna, Duna Sabri, Joanne Moore, John Sanders, Steven Jones and Louise Higham. 2015. Causes of Differences in Student Outcomes (HEFCE). London: HEFCE. (download here)
Jones, Steven. 2015. Election Manifesto Poverty Audit (Education Section). Academics Stand Against Poverty UK. (download here)
Atherton, Graeme, Steven Jones and Alex Hall. 2015. Does Cost Matter? Students’ understanding of the higher education finance system and how cost affects their decisions. National Education Opportunities Network. (download here)
Jones, Steven. 2012. Is the personal statement a fair way to assess university applicants? The Sutton Trust. (download here)
Raffo, Carlo, Diane Harris, Alan Dyson, Cate Goodlad, Steven Jones and Julian Skyrme. 2014. JRF Adult and Tertiary Education and Poverty – a review. Joseph Rowntree Foundation. (download here)
Books about Linguistics
Jones, Steven, M. Lynne Murphy, Carita Paradis and Caroline Willners. 2012. Antonyms in English. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.
Jones, Steven. 2002. Antonymy: a corpus-based perspective. Routledge: London.