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    West, Linden and Fleming, Ted and Finnegan, Fergal (2013) Connecting Bourdieu, Winnicott, and Honneth: Understanding the experiences of non-traditional learners through an interdisciplinary lens. Studies on the Education of Adults, 45 (2). pp. 119-134. ISSN 0266-0830

    Field, John and Fleming, Ted and West, Linden and Merrill, Barbara and Holliday, Mehri and MorganKlein, Natalie and Finnegan, Fergal (2010) On Structure and subjectivity, reproduction and transformation: Understanding non-traditional students in higher education; a trans-European approach. RANHE.

    Fleming, Ted and Finnegan, Fergal (2010) Honneth and recognition as sensitizing concepts for narrative research. RANLHE.

    Fleming, Ted and Finnegan, Fergal (2010) Retention and Progression in Irish Higher Education. Paper read at Higher Education Authority of Ireland Launch of Retention and Progression in Higher Education in Ireland. Higher Education Authority Website.

    Fleming, Ted and Finnegan, Fergal (2010) Towards a critical theory of access and retention in Irish Higher Education. Looking Back, Looking Forward: Learning, teaching & research in adult education past, present & future . pp. 132-135.

    Fleming, Ted and Loxley, Andrew and Kenny, Aidan and Finnegan, Fergal (2010) Where Next? A Study of Work and Life Experiences of Mature Disadvantaged Students in three Higher Education Institutions. Combat Poverty. ISSN ISBN: 978-0-9565660-0-3

    Fleming, Ted (2009) Access and Retention: Experiences of Non-traditional Learners in HE. European Lifelong Learning Project 2008-10.

    Fleming, Ted (2009) Editorial Comment. The Adult Learner, 45. pp. 7-12.

    Fleming, Ted (2008) We are condemned to learn: Higher education as a learning society. Level 3 (6).

    Fleming, Ted (2008) A Secure Base for Adult Learning: Attachment Theory and Adult Education. The Adult Learner, 35. pp. 33-53. ISSN 978-0-906826-27-0

    Fleming, Ted (2004) The State of Adult Education. Journal of Adult and Community Education in Ireland, 2004. pp. 9-17.

    Fleming, Ted (2004) The State of Adult Education. The Adult Learner, 21. pp. 9-17. ISSN 0790-8040

    Fleming, Ted and Murphy, Mark (2003) Partners in Participation: integrated approaches to widening access in higher education. European Journal of Education, 38 (1). pp. 25-39.

    Fleming, Ted (2001) Learning for Life –The White Paper: A Discussion. The Adult Learner, 18. pp. 27-35.

    Fleming, Ted and Murphy, Mark (2000) Between common and college knowledge: Exploring the boundaries between adult and higher education. Studies in Continuing Education, 22 (1). pp. 77-93.

    Fleming, Ted (2000) Habermas on Civil Society, Lifeworld and System: Unearthing the Social in Transformation Theory. Teachers College Record. pp. 1-17.

    Book Section

    Fleming, Ted (2010) Equality and Diversity in Education. In: Equality in a time of change. The Equality Authority, Dublin, pp. 42-47. ISBN 978-1-905628-89-6

    Fleming, Ted (2007) Picking Wild Flowers and Orchids: Attachment theory and the implication for adult education. In: Radical Learning for Liberation 2. Maynooth Adult and Community Education (MACE), Maynooth, pp. 79-94. ISBN 978 0 901519 33 7

    Fleming, Ted (2006) The University and Democracy: Habermas, Adult Learning and Learning Society. In: What Price the University? Perspectives on the meaning and value of higher education from the National University of Ireland, Maynooth. A Special Issue of Maynooth Philosophical Papers . National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Maynooth, pp. 96-116. ISBN 0901519766

    Fleming, Ted (1996) The Future of Adult Education: Learning towards a new democracy. In: Radical learning for Liberation. MACE, Centre for Adult and Community Education, NUI Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland, Maynooth, pp. 45-56.

    Conference or Workshop Item

    Kenny, Michael and Fleming, Ted (2009) Attachment Theory, Foster Parents and Diversity Tolerance. In: IFCO Conference, July 2009, Dublin.

    Johnston, Rennie and Merrill, Barbara and Holliday, Mehri and West, Linden and Finnegan, Fergal and Fleming, Ted (2009) Exploring HE retention and drop-out - a European biographical research approach. In: 29th Annual SCUTREA Conference, July 7-9 2009, University of Cambridge.

    Kenny, Michael and Fleming, Ted (2009) The influence of the Complexity of Attachment in Adult & Higher Education Learning. In: AISHE Conference 2009 Valuing Complexity: Celebrating Diverse Approaches to Teaching & Learning in Higher Education., August 27, 2009 – August 28, 2009, National University of Ireland Maynooth.

    Fleming, Ted (2007) The Awful Truth and Budgies: What Liberation is offered by Learning? In: 11th EPEA International Conference Learning for Liberation, 13th - 17th June, 2007, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland.

    Fleming, Ted (2003) Narrative means to transformative ends:Towards a narrative language for transformation. In: UNSPECIFIED.

    Fleming, Ted (2002) Access and accessibility: Where student and academy meet. In: UNSPECIFIED.

    Fleming, Ted (2000) Adding life to your years: Transformative learning for older people at the Irish Museum of Modern Art. In: UNSPECIFIED.

    Fleming, Ted (2000) Habermas, democracy and civil society: Unearthing the social in transformation theory. In: UNSPECIFIED.

    Fleming, Ted (1997) Lifelong learning: the challenge of the later years. In: Age and Opportunity Seminar: Learning in Later Years - The Challenge to Educational Service Providers, 9 April, 1997, Marino Institute of Education, Dublin.


    Fleming, Ted and Gallagher, Anne (2003) Power Privilege and Points: the choices and challenges of access in Dublin: A review of current practice. Dublin Employment Pact.

    Fleming, Ted and Murphy, Mark (2002) College Knowledge: Power, Policy and the Mature Student Experience of University. MACE.

    Fleming, Ted and Gallagher, Anne (2002) In trouble from day one: Children in Clondalkin with Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties - A Community Response. Clondalkin Partnership & MACE.

    Fleming, Ted and Murphy, Dr Mark (2000) SQUARING THE CIRCLE: An analysis of programmes in Dublin schools to prevent early school leaving. With recommendations for effective best practice. Dublin Employment Pact.

    Fleming, Ted and Gallagher, Anne (1999) Even Her Nudes Were Lovely: Toward Connected Self-Reliance At The Irish Museum Of Modern Art - A Research Report On The Museum's Programme For Older Adults. Dublin: Irish Museum of Modern Art Kilmainham.

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