Selected Publications

  • Hayes A. 2019. Inclusion, Epistemic Democracy and International Students: The Teaching Excellence Framework and Education Policy. Palgrave McMillan. link> full text>
  • Hayes A and Findlow S. 2022. International Student Mobility to and from the Middle East Theorising Public, Institutional, and Self-Constructions of Cross-Border Students. Routledge. link> doi> link>
  • Hayes A and Jie C. 2020. Datafication of epistemic equality: advancing understandings of teaching excellence beyond benchmarked performativity. TEACHING IN HIGHER EDUCATION, 493-509, vol. 25(4). link> doi> full text>
  • Findlow S, Hayes A, Sundell T. 2019. Academic Capitalism, Conceptualizations of. In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Higher Education. (vol. 5). Sage. link> doi> link> full text>
  • Hayes AM. 2019. 'We loved it because we felt that we existed there in the classroom!’ International students as epistemic equals vs. double country oppression. Journal of Studies in International Education, vol. 23(5). doi> full text>

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Books

  • Hayes A and Findlow S. 2022. International Student Mobility to and from the Middle East Theorising Public, Institutional, and Self-Constructions of Cross-Border Students. Routledge. link> doi> link>
  • Hayes A. 2019. Inclusion, Epistemic Democracy and International Students: The Teaching Excellence Framework and Education Policy. Palgrave McMillan. link> full text>

Journal Articles

  • Hayes A and Jie C. 2020. Datafication of epistemic equality: advancing understandings of teaching excellence beyond benchmarked performativity. TEACHING IN HIGHER EDUCATION, 493-509, vol. 25(4). link> doi> full text>
  • Hayes AM. 2019. 'We loved it because we felt that we existed there in the classroom!’ International students as epistemic equals vs. double country oppression. Journal of Studies in International Education, vol. 23(5). doi> full text>
  • Hayes A and Cheng J. 2020. Liberating the "oppressed" and the "oppressor": a model for a new TEF metric, internationalisation and democracy. EDUCATIONAL REVIEW, 346-364, vol. 72(3). link> doi> full text>
  • Hayes AM and Al'Abri KM. Regional solidarity undermined? Higher Education Developments in the Arabian Gulf, Economy and Time. Comparative Education. doi> full text>
  • Hayes AM. Nation boundedness and international students’ marginalisation: what’s emotion got to do with it?. International Studies in Sociology of Education. full text>
  • Hayes AM. 2017. The Teaching Excellence Framework in the UK: an opportunity to include international students as ‘equals’?. Journal of Studies in International Education, 483-497, vol. 21(5). doi> full text>
  • Hayes AM and Findlow S. 2017. The role of time in policy making: a Bahraini model of higher education competition. Critical Studies in Education. doi> link> full text>
  • Hayes A. 2016. Tacit rejection of policy and teacher ambivalence – insights into English language teaching in Bahrain through actors’ perceptions. TESOL Quarterly, 114-137, vol. 9(1). doi> link> full text>
  • Hayes AM. 2016. Why International students have been TEF-ed out?. Educational Review. doi> link> full text>
  • Hayes AM. 2016. Deconstructing the ‘magnetic’ properties of neoliberal politics of education in Bahrain. Globalisation, Societies and Education. doi> full text>
  • Hayes AM. 2016. Confidence in Knowledge Base of English Language Learners Studying Science: Using Agency to Compensate for the Lack of Adequate Linguistic Identity. Research in Science Education. doi> full text>
  • Findlow S and Hayes A. 2016. Transnational academic capitalism in the Arab Gulf:balancing global and local, public and private, capitals. British Journal of Sociology of Education. doi> full text>
  • Hayes L A. 2015. The Role of Cultural Contexts in Research Design Decisions: Reflections on the Conflicting Study Results in the Bahraini Context. SAGE Open. doi> full text>
  • Hayes L A. 2015. Understanding intercultural transitions of medical students. International Journal of Medical Education, 26-37, vol. 6. doi> full text>

Chapters

  • Findlow S, Hayes A, Sundell T. 2019. Academic Capitalism, Conceptualizations of. In The SAGE Encyclopedia of Higher Education. (vol. 5). Sage. link> doi> link> full text>
  • Hayes AM and Mansour N. 2015. Great Expectations or Great Outcomes? Exploring the context of English language policy transfer in Bahrain. In Writing Research and Pedagogy in the MENA region (in press). Parlor Press/WAC Clearinghouse’s, USA. full text>
  • Hayes L A. 2015. Adopting Western Models of Learning to Teaching Science as a Means of Offering a Better Start at University? The Impact of Socio-Cultural Factors: A Case of Bahrain. In Science Education in the Arab Gulf States. Springer Link. doi> link>
  • Hayes L AM. 2014. Monitoring Students' Engagement with an Online Course: Reflections and Implications for Practice. In Innovations in Technology Enhanced Learning. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Other

  • Hayes L AM. ‘Turning Points': Exploring how International Students adjust to assessment in higher education.
  • L Hayes A. 2015. DEVELOPING A CONCEPTUAL MODEL FOR UNDERSTANDING INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS’ ENGAGEMENT WITH ASSESSMENT IN HIGHER EDUCATION. THE IMPORTANCE OF INSTITUTIONAL PROFILES.

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