Peer refereed journals:
Morrison, A. (2013) ‘A Class Act: Lecturers’ Views on Undergraduates’ Employability’ British Journal of Sociology of Education http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01425692.2013.802420
Morrison, A. (2013) ‘Outclassed?: Undergraduates’ Perceptions of the Competition for Primary Teaching Jobs in England and Wales Sociological Research Online, 18 (3)
Morrison, A. (2012) ‘ ‘You have to be well spoken’: Students’ Views on Employability within the Graduate Labour Market’ Journal of Education and Work http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13639080.2012.742178
Morrison, A. (2012) ‘Time for Class: Undergraduates’ and Lecturers’ Perceptions on why Undergraduates want to teach’ Sociological Research Online, 17 (3).
Morrison, A. (2011) ‘Learning cultures in travel and tourism: a critique of Manuela du Bois-Reymond’s trendsetter learner thesis’ Research in Post-Compulsory Education 16 (3): 357-369.
Morrison, A. (2011) ‘Questions of Degree?: An Analysis of Middle-Class Rejection of Higher Education and of Intra-Class Differences in Educational Decision-Making’. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 35 (1): 37-54.
Morrison, A. (2010) ‘ ‘I want an education’: two case studies of working-class ambition and ambivalence in further and higher education’. Research in Post-Compulsory Education, 15 (1): 67-80.
Morrison, A. (2008) 'I can't do any more education': Class, Individualization and Educational Decision-Making' Journal of Vocational Education and Training 60 (4): 349-362
Morrison, A. (2009) ''Too comfortable'? Young People, Social Capital Development and the F.H.E Institutional Habitus' Journal of Vocational Education and Training 61 (3): 217-230
Morrison, A. (2012)‘‘If you’re holding a degree in this country no-one’s gonna ask no questions’: Intra-categorical Intersectionality and BAME Youth Post-Compulsory Educational Achievement in the U.K’. In Intersectionality and ‘Race’ in Education, Preston, J. and Bhopal, K. (eds), 116-137. London: Routledge.
BERA, University of Sussex, 3rd—5th September 2013: ‘‘I think that’s bad’: Lay Normativity and Class and Gender Barriers to Employment in Primary Teaching in the UK’.
DPR, University of Greenwich, 9th—11th April 2013: ‘Hegemony and Responsibilisation: Getting Working-Class Students into Higher Education in the UK’.
Building Bridges: Community—University partnerships for social justice, Cardiff Metropolitan University, 28th March 2013: ‘University—Community Links: But What Kind of University?’.
BERA, University of Manchester, 4th—6th September 2012: ‘Absolute and Relative Employability: Lecturers’ Views on Undergraduates’ Employability’.
BERA, University of Manchester, 4th—6th September 2012: ‘You have to be well spoken’: Students’ views on employability within the Graduate Labour Market.
BESA, University of Hull, 28th—29th June 2012: ‘Class, Competition and Insecurity: Education Studies Undergraduates’ Perceptions of the Jobs Market for Primary School Teachers’.
BERA, Institute of Education, London, 6th—8th September 2011: ‘Public v Private Sectors: undergraduates’ constructions of employment in teaching, accountancy and marketing/sales management’.
JVET, Worcester College, Oxford, 8th—10th July 2011: Crossing Sectors?: a case study of U.K undergraduates’ perceptions of employment across the public-private sector divide’.
BERA, University of Warwick, 1st—4th September 2010: ‘ ‘I want an education’: two case studies of working-class ambition and ambivalence in further and higher education’.
JVET, Worcester College, Oxford, 3rd-5th July 2009: An ambivalent Social Capital?: Youth Educational Decision-making and the F.H.E Institutional Habitus
W.I.E. Research Seminar Series, University of Warwick, 6 May 2009: 'The Trendsetter Thesis and the Culture of Learning'
BERA, Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, 3-6 September 2008: "If you're holding a degree in this country no-one's gonna ask no questions': An Application of the Intersectionality Model of 'Race', Class and Gender to explain BME Youth Post-16 Educational Achievement'
Continuity and Change in Service Sector Education, University College Birmingham, 7 July 2008: ''The more things change...?: Class, Individualization and Post-compulsory Education'
Ways of Living, ENQUIRE, University of Nottingham, 17-18 June 2008: 'How to Theorise Youth Educational and Occupational Decision-Making: individualization and culturalist perspectives'
DPR, Manchester Metropolitan University, 18-20 March 2008: ''I can't see me doing any more education': Class, Individualization and Youth Educational and Occupational Decision-Making'.
BERA, Institute of Education, University of London, 5-8 September 2007: 'Institutional Habitus and the Vocational Positioning of Students: A Case Study'.
JVET, Worcester College, Oxford, 6-8 July 2007: 'Race, Class and Gender and the Development of Vocational Identities in FE'