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Edited Volumes:

  • Hooley, T.. Sultana, R.G. & Thomsen, R. (2017) Career Guidance and the Struggle for Social Justice in a Neoliberal World. Oxford: Routledge (in press).
  • Sultana, R.G. (eds)(2017) Career Guidance and Livelihood Planning Across the Mediterranean: Challenging Transitions in South Europe and the MENA Region. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. [details here]
  • Zaalouk, M., Sultana, R.G. & Bradshaw, P. (eds)(2016) Building the Capacities of Faculty of Education: Peer Learning and Transformation in Teacher Education. Cairo: AUC Press.
  • Bray, M., Mazawi, A.E. & Sultana, R.G. (eds)(2012) Private Tutoring Across the Mediterranean: Power Dynamics and Implications for Learning and Equity. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  • Sultana, R.G, (ed)(2011)Educators of the Mediterranean: Up Close and Personal - Critical Voices from South Europe and the MENA Region. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. [details here]
  • Mazawi, A.E. & Sultana, R.G. (eds)(2010) Education and the Arab 'World': Political Stuggles, Projects, and Geometries of Power. New York: Routledge.
  • Borg, C., Mayo, P. & Sultana, R.G. (eds)(2009) Mediterranean Studies in Comparative Education. Malta: MESCE/EMCER. ISBN 978-99932-695-1-9 [135 pages]
  • Kuhn, M. & Sultana, R.G. (eds)(2006) Homo Sapiens Europaeus? Creating the European Learning Citizen. New York: Peter Lang. ISBN 0-8204-7600-5 [298 pages].
  • Sultana, R.G. (ed. with C. Bezzina, A. Camilleri-Grima & D. Purchase) (2002) Inside Secondary Schools: A Maltese Reader. Malta: Indigo Publishers. ISBN 99932-46-04-2. [and Workbook: ISBN 99932-46-05-2] [169 pages + 106 pages].
  • Sultana, R.G. (ed.)(2002) Teacher Education in the Euro-Mediterranean Region. New York: Peter Lang. ISBN 978-0-8204-6216-5 [278 pages].
  • Sultana, R.G. (ed., with A. Akkari & J.-L. Gurtner) (2001) Politiques et Stratégies Éducatives: Termes de l’Échange et Nouveaux Enjeux Nord-Sud. Berne: Peter Lang. ISBN 3-906767-87-6 [335 pages].
  • Sultana, R.G. (ed.) (2001) Yesterday’s Schools: Readings in Maltese Educational History. Malta: PEG. ISBN 99909-0-302-6 [286 pages].
  • Sultana, R.G. (ed.) (2001) Challenge and Change in the Euro-Mediterranean Region: Case Studies in Educational Innovation. New York: Peter Lang. ISBN 0-8204-5248-3 [470 pages].
  • Heikkinen, A. & Sultana, R.G.  (eds)(1997) Apprenticeship and Vocational Education - Changing Policy and Practice in Europe. Finland: University of Tampere Press. ISBN 951-44-4196-6 [296 pages]. Available here [PDF]
  • Sultana, R.G. (ed.)(1997) Inside/Outside Schools: Towards a Critical Sociology of Education in Malta. Malta: PEG. ISBN 99909-0-083-3 [477 pages].
  • Sultana, R.G. & Sammut, J.M (eds) (1997) Careers Education and Guidance in Malta: Issues and Challenges. Malta: PEG. ISBN 99909-0-077-9 [411 pages].
  • Sultana, R.G. & Baldacchino, G. (eds)(1994) Maltese Society: A Sociological Inquiry. Msida: Mireva. ISBN 10870579-24-0 [729 pages]
  • Sultana, R.G. (ed.)(1994) Genituri u Ghalliema ghal Edukazzjoni Ahjar: Gwida ghal Shubija Gdida. [Parents and Teachers for a Better Education: Guidelines to a New Partnership]. Msida: Mireva. ISBN 1-870579-37-2 [224 pages].
  • Sultana, R.G. (ed.)(1991) Themes in Education: A Maltese Reader. Msida: Mireva. ISBN 1-870579-08-9 [321 pages].
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Special Issues of Journals:

  • Hooley, T. & Sultana, R.G. (eds)(2016) Career Guidance for Social Justice - special issue of the NICEC Journal for Career Education and Counselling, issue No.36. ISSN 2046-1348.
  • Sultana, R.G. (ed. with Carmel Borg & Peter Mayo)(2008) Mediterranean Studies in Comparative Education. Special issue of the Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies, Vol.13(2). ISSN 1024-5375 [160 pages].
  • Sultana, R.G. (ed. With M’hammed Sabour) (2003) Education and Power in Mediterranean Societies. Special issue of International Journal of Contemporary Sociology, Vol.40(1), ISSN 0019-6398 [172 pages].
  • Sultana, R.G. & S. Guri-Rosenblit (eds) (1999) Higher Education in the Mediterranean. Special issue of the Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies, Vol. 4(2). ISSN 1024-5375 [310 pages].
  • Sultana, R.G. & Falzon, J. (1995) Architecture and Schooling in Malta, special issue co-editor (with J. Falzon) of Education (Malta), 5(3), ISSN 1022-551X [50 pages].
  • Sultana, R.G. (1990) Critical Theory and Education, special issue editor of Education (Malta), 3(4), ISSN 1022-551X [36 pages].
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Monographs / Reports:

  • TVET in the Gaza Strip: Mapping Provision, Identifying Gaps, and Ways Forward. Ramallah: UNESCO (2010).
  • Career Guidance in the Occupied Palestinian Territories: Mapping the Field and Way Forward. Ramallah: UNESCO (2008).
  • Career Guidance in the MEDA Region (with A.G. Watts). Turin: ETF (2006).
  • Human Resources Development and its Links to the Labour Market in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Mazen Hashweh, with Karl-Axel Skjølstrup & Ronald G. Sultana. Turin: European Training Foundation (2006).  ISBN 92-9154-484-8 [66 pages]. Available here [PDF]
  • Educating Students for Labour Market Needs: A Guidebook for Vocational School Directors. Warsaw: ECORYS (2006).
  • Tunisia’s Quest for Educational Quality: Introducing the Competence Approach in Primary Schooling. Amman: UNICEF (2004) ISBN 92-806-3788-8 [40 pages]. Available here [PDF]
  • Palestinian refugee children’s opportunity to quality education. Paris: UNESCO (2004).
  • Education…Against the Odds: The Distance Remedial Education Project in Hebron. Amman: UNICEF (2003).
  • Policies for Information, Guidance and Counselling Services in Malta. Turin: An ETF monograph (2002).
  • Vocational Education and Training and Employment Services in Malta, with A. Spiteri, S. Ashton and U. Schöner. Turin: A European Training Foundation monograph (2002). ISBN 92-9157-297-7 [84 pages]. Available here [PDF]
  • The Educational Management and Information System of the United Arab Emirates: The Way Forward. [with Victor Billeh] Unesco Regional Office Report, Beirut (2001).
  • The Secondary Education Certificate and Matriculation Examinations in Malta: A Case Study. INNODATA Monograph 1, published by UNESCO’s International Bureau of Education, Switzerland, (1999). [32 pages]. Available here [PDF]
  • Tomorrow’s Schools: Developing Effective Learning Cultures, a Ministerial Consultative Committee of Education monograph: Rapporteur (Floriana, Ministry of Education and Human Resources) (1995). Available here [PDF]
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Articles in Journals and Chapters* in Books:

2017

  • Sultana, R.G., Gellel, A. & Caruana, S. (2017) 'Preparing tomorrow's teachers for continued educational reform in Malta.' In C.C. Wolhuter (ed.) International Handbook of Teacher Education. Athens: Anthropos publications (in press).*
  • Sultana, R.G. (2017) 'Anchoring career guidance in the Mediterranean: Towards Southern perspectives and epistemologies.' In R.G. Sultana (ed) Career Guidance and Livelihood Planning Across the Mediterranean: Challenging Transitions in South Europe and the MENA Region. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers *
  • Sultana, R.G. (2017) 'Contexts matter: factors influencing career guidance in the Mediterranean countries.' In R.G. Sultana (ed) Career Guidance and Livelihood Planning Across the Mediterranean: Challenging Transitions in South Europe and the MENA Region. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (2017) 'Futures for career guidance in the Mediterranean? Implications, challenges, and prospects.' In R.G. Sultana (ed) Career Guidance and Livelihood Planning Across the Mediterranean: Challenging Transitions in South Europe and the MENA Region. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.*

2016

  • Hooley, T. & Sultana, R.G. (2016) 'Career guidance for social justice.' NICEC Journal for Career Education and Counselling, Issue 36, 2-11. 
  • Sultana, R.G. (2016) 'Universities and the preparation of teachers in the Mediterranean: Cautionary tales from the global South.' In B. Moon (ed.) Do Universities have a Role in the Education and Training of Teachers? An International Analysis of Policy and Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (2016) 'Lebanon's educational context.' Chapter 7 in M. Zaalouk, R.G. Sultana & P. Bradshaw (eds) Building the Capacities of Faculties of Education: Peer Learning and Transformation in Teacher Education. Cairo: AUC Press (pp.107-113).*
  • Sultana, R.G. (2016) 'Lebanon: Transformations in teacher education at the University of Saint Joseph.' Chapter 8 in M. Zaalouk, R.G. Sultana & P. Bradshaw (eds) Building the Capacities of Faculties of Education: Peer Learning and Transformation in Teacher Education. Cairo: AUC Press (pp.125-134).*
  • Sultana, R.G. (2016) 'Lebanon: Transformation in teacher education at the American University of Beirut. Chapter 9 in M. Zaalouk, R.G. Sultana & P. Bradshaw (eds) Building the Capacities of Faculties of Education: Peer Learning and Transformation in Teacher Education. Cairo: AUC Press (pp.115-123).*
  • Sultana, R.G. (2016) 'Assessing the quality of education in the Euro-Mediterranean region.' In J. Padilla & L. Aimone (eds) Mediterranean Yearbook 2016. Barcelona: Institut Europeu de la Mediterrania.*

2015

  • Sultana, R.G. (2015) 'What and whose knowledge in schools is most worthwhile?' In D. Griffiths & J.P. Portelli (eds) Key Questions for Educational Leaders. Toronto: Word & Deed Publishers.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (2015) 'Universities and the preparation of teachers in the Mediterranean: Cautionary tales from the global South.' In B. Moon (ed.) Do Universities Have a Role in the Education and Training of Teachers? An International Analysis of Policy and Practice. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.*

2014 

  • Sultana, R.G. (2014) ‘Rousseau’s chains: Striving for greater social justice through emancipatory career guidance.’ Journal for Career Education and Counselling, in press. 
  • Sultana, R.G. (2014) ‘Livelihood planning and career guidance in Palestine and the broader MENA region.’ International Review of Education (in press) (iFirst, pp.1-21).
  • Sultana, R.G. (2014). Pessimism of the intellect, optimism of the will’? Troubling the relationship between career guidance and social justice. International Journal of Educational and Vocational Guidance, Vol.14(1), pp.5-19.
  • Sultana, R.G. (2014) 'Career guidance for social justice in neoliberal times.' In G. Arulmani, A.J. Bakshi, F.T.L. Leong, & A.G. Watts (eds) Handbook of Career Development: International Perspectives. Dordrecht: Springer (pp317-332).*

2013

  • Sultana, R.G. (2013) ‘Career management skills: assessment for learning.’ Australian Journal of Career Guidance, Vol.22(2), pp.82-90.
  • Hooley, T., Watts, A.G. Sultana, R.G. & Neary, S. (2013) ‘A critical examination of the ‘Blueprint’ model of career development.’ British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, Vol.41(2), 117-131.
  • Sultana, R.G. (2013) 'Open access: an international case study,' Research Intelligence, British Education Research Association, No.120, 24-25.
  • Bray, M., Mazawi, A.E. & Sultana, R.G. (2013) ‘Situating private tutoring.’ In M.Bray, A.E. Mazawi & R.G. Sultana (eds)  Private tutoring across the mediterranean: power dynamics and implications for learning and equity. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers (pp.1-10).*
  • Mazawi, A.E., Sultana, R.G., Bray, M. (2013) ‘Beyond shadows: equity, diversity, and private tutoring.’ In M.Bray, A.E. Mazawi & R.G. Sultana (eds) Private tutoring across the mediterranean: power dynamics and implications for learning and equity. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers (pp.205-216).*

2012

  • Sultana, R.G. (2012) 'Higher education and governance: a critical mapping of key themes and issues.' European Journal of Higher Education, Vol.2(4), 345-369. 
  • Sultana, R.G. (2012) 'Flexibility and security? The implications of 'flexicurity' for career guidance'. British Journal of Guidane and Counselling, Vol.41(2), 145-163..
  • Sultana, R.G. (2012) 'Learning from the Mediterranean: the return of the political and an education in hope'. Italian Journal of Sociology of Education, Vol.11(2), 21-39.
  • Sultana, R.G. (2012) 'Quality matters-ensuring high standards in career guidance services.' Career Designing, Vol.1(1), 46-67.
  • Sultana, R.G. (2012) 'Career guidance from a lifelong perspective: issues for Europe and beyond.' International Journal of Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning, Vol.4(2), 51-63.
  • Sultana, R.G. (2012) 'Career education: past, present...but what future?' British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, Vol.41(1), 69-80.

2011

  • Sultana, R.G. (2011) 'Lifelong guidance, citizen rights, and the state: reclaiming the social contract.' British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, Vol.39(2), 179-186.
  • Sultana, R.G. (2011) 'Learning career management skills in Europe: a critical review.' Journal of Education and Work. Vol.25(1),1-24.
  • Sultana, R.G. (2011) 'On being a boundary person: mediating between the global and the local in career guidance policy learning.' Globalisation, Societies and Education, Vol.9(2), 265-284.
  • Sultana, R.G. (2011) 'L'orientamento. lo stato e il cittadino', Euroguidance Italy, 19-23. [pdf]
  • Sultana, R.G. (2011) 'Comparative education: initiating novices into the field.' International Journal of Educational Development, Vol.31(3), 329-332. Extended review essay of M. Bray, B. Adamson & M. Mason (eds)(2007) Comparative Education Research: Approaches and Methods. Hong Kong: Comparative Education Research Centre, and Springer.
  • Sultana, R.G. (2011) 'A sociology for education: ethical reflexivity as intellectual practice.' British Journal of Sociology of Education. Vol.32(1), 137-145. An extended review essay of Sharon Gewirtz & Alan Cribb's volume Understanding Education: A Sociological Perspective. Cambridge: Polity Press, 2009.

2010

  • Mazawi, A.E. & Sultana, R.G. (2010) 'Situating the world of Arab education: critical engagements.' In A.E. Mazawi & R.G. Sultana (eds)(2010) Education in the Arab World: Political Projects, Struggles and Geometries of Power. New York: Routledge.*
  • Sultana, R.G. & Kraus, K. (2010) 'Problematising cross-cultural collaboration: critical incidents in higher education settings.' In V. Korhonen (ed.) Cross-cultural Pathways: Experiences and Expectations of Learning, Education and Work in a Global Age. Tampere: Tampere University Press.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (2010) 'Career guidance re-viewed: tiger, tiger burning bright?' British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, Vol.38(1), 113-130.
  • Sultana, R.G. (2010) 'Career guidance and social inclusion: a challenge for Europe.' Australian Journal of Career Development, Vol.19(1), 18-23.
  • Watts, A.G., Sultana, R.G. & McCarthy, J. (2010) 'The involvement of the European Union in career guidance policy and practice: a brief history.' International Journal of Educational and Vocational Guidance, Vol.10(2), 89-107.
  • Sultana, R.G. (2010) 'L'edukazzjoni tal-adulti u l-politika tat-taghlim: ir-relevanza ta' Dun Gorg Preca ta' Malta.' Rivista Dun Gorg 46, 5-16.

2009

  • Sultana, R.G. (2010)'Competence and competence frameworks in career guidance: complex and contested concepts'. International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance. Vol.9(1), 15-30.
  • Sultana, R.G. (2009) 'Career guidance policies: global dynamics, local resonances.' 11th Annual International Centre for Guidance Studies (iCeGS), Univeristy of Derby.

2008

2007

2006

2005

2004

  • Sultana, R.G. & Watts, A.G. (2004) 'Career guidance policies in 37 countries: contrasts and common themes.' International Journal for Educational and Vocational Guidance, Vol.4, 105-122.

2003

  • Sultana, R.G., Zelloth, H. & Gligorijevic, D. (2003) ‘Review of career guidance in acceding and candidate countries.’ [PDF] Lithuanian Vocational Education and Training Journal, Vol.7, 36-47.
  • Sultana, R.G. (2003) ‘Caring for future generations: an inter-religious Mediterranean educational agenda.’ Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies, Vol.7(2), 113-118.

2002

  • Sultana, R.G. (2002) ‘Éducation, développement et école de demain en Méditerranée.’, Vol.7(1), 105-114.
  • Sultana, R.G. (2002) ‘An EMIS for Palestine: The Education Management Information System in the West Bank and Gaza Strip.’ [PDF] Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies, Vol.7(2), 61-92.
  • Sultana, R.G. (2002) ‘Teacher education in Malta: national agendas and the reform process.’ In R.G. Sultana (ed.) Teacher Education in the Euro-Mediterranean Region. New York: Peter Lang.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (2002) ‘Changing conceptions of  ‘ability’ and educational reform: Can technology make a difference?’ In E.A. Mawgood (ed.) Education Reform in the UAE: Education Development through Utilization of Technology. Dubai: Ministry of Education and Youth.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (2002) ‘Quality education and training for tomorrow’s Europe: a contrapuntal reading of European Commission documents.’ In A. Nóvoa & M. Lawn (eds) Fabricating Europe: The Formation of an Education Space. Dordrecht: Kluwer, 109-130.*
 

2001

  • Sultana, R.G. (2001) ‘Les défis de l’enseignement supérieur dans les pays méditerranéens,’ Monde Arabe Maghreb-Machrek, no.171-172 (janvier-juin), 26-41.
  • Sultana, R.G. (2001) ‘Vocational curricula, globalisation and the new economy in a North-South perspective.’ In J. Akkari, R.G. Sultana & J.-L. Gurtner (eds) Politiques et Stratégies Éducatives: Termes de l’Échange et Nouveaux Enjeux Nord-Sud. Berne: Peter Lang, 81-104.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (2001) ‘Educational innovation in the context of challenge and change: a Euro-Mediterranean perspective.’ [PDF] In R.G. Sultana (ed.) Challenge and Change in the Euro-Mediterranean Region: Case Studies in Educational Innovation. New York: Peter Lang, 3-44.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (2001) ‘Syria’s global education initiative.’ [PDF] In R.G. Sultana (ed.) Challenge and Change in the Euro-Mediterranean Region: Case Studies in Educational Innovation. New York: New York, 389-409.*
  • Sultana, R.G., Akkari, A. & Gurtner, J.-L.(2001) ‘Les prochains defies de l’éducation dans les pays du Sud.’ In A. Akkari, R.G. Sultana & J.-L. Gurtner (eds) Expériences d'Éducation Comparée. Berne: Peter Lang, 303-322.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (2001) ‘Malta’s educational history: past, present – what future?’. In R.G. Sultana Yesterday’s Schools: Readings in Maltese Educational History. Malta: PEG, xv-xxv.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (2001) ‘Technical and vocational education in 19th century Malta.’ In R.G. Sultana Yesterday’s Schools: Readings in Maltese Educational History. Malta: PEG, 67-100.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (2001) ‘Percorsi di formazione professionale, globalizzazione e nuova economia in una prospettive Nord-Sud.’ In G. Noto (ed.) La Formazione che Cambia: Contenuti, Percorsi e Processi Culturali nella Società della Globalizzazione e dei Nuovi Saperi. Milan: Franco Angeli, 49-74.*
      

2000

  • Sultana, R.G. (2000) ‘Conceptualising teachers’ work in a uniting Europe.’ [PDF] In S.J. Ball (ed.) Sociology of Education: Major Themes. Volume 3: Institutions and Processes. London: Routledge [reprinted from Compare, Vol.24(2), 171-182].*
  • Sultana, R.G. (2000) ‘The development of a Mediterranean Community of education scientists’. In R. Abou Chacra (ed.) L’Enseignement des Sciences. Contenu, Didactique et Évaluation. Beirut: Université Saint-Joseph, 32-40.*
  

1999

        

1998

 
  • Sultana, R.G. (1998) 'Career guidance in Malta: A Mediterranean micro state in transition.' International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling, Vol.20(1), 3-15.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1998) ‘Education and social cohesion in a micro-state: the case of Malta’, Education and Society, Vol.16(1), 3-14.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1998) ‘Examination systems in small states: the case of Malta.’ In M. Bray & L. Steward (eds) Examination Systems in Small States: Comparative Perspectives on Policies, Models and Operations. London: Commonwealth Secretariat, 120-144.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (1998) ‘The Mediterranean: a new focus for comparative education studies?’ In  A.M. Kazamias and M.G. Spillane (eds) Education and the Structuring of the European Space: North-South, Centre-Periphery, Identity-Otherness. Athens: Seirios Publishers, 73-93.*

1997

  • Sultana, R.G. (1997) ‘Employers and education in a Mediterranean micro-state: the case of Malta.’ Journal of Education and Work, Vol.10(1), 37-58. [Also appeared in M. Darmanin & P. Mayo (eds)(2007) Education, Society and Leadership. Malta: Allied Press].
  • Sultana, R.G. (1997) ‘Education, work, and vocationalism: a historical and comparative review of the major issues.’ In A. Heikkinen and R. Sultana (eds) Vocational Education and Apprenticeships in Europe - Challenges for Practice and Research. Finland: University of Tampere Press, 11-70.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (1997) ‘The restructuring of the Maltese economy and its impact on vocational guidance.’ In R.G. Sultana and J.M. Sammut (eds) Careers Education and Guidance in Malta: Issues and Challenges. Malta: PEG, 57-72.*
  • Sultana, R,G. (1997) 'Educational development in post-colonial Malta.' International Journal of Educational Development, Vol.17(3), 335-351. [Also appeared as a chapter in R.G. Sultana (ed.)(1997) Inside/Outside Schools: Towards a Critical Sociology of Education in Malta. Malta: PEG, 55-85].
  • Sultana, R.G. (1997) ‘Personal and social education: opportunities for work education.’ In R.G. Sultana and J.M. Sammut (eds) Careers Education and Guidance in Malta: Issues and Challenges. Malta: PEG, 243-270.*
  • Sultana, R,G. (1997) ‘Higher education in the Mediterranean: managing change and ensuring quality’, Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies, Vol.2(2), 131-148.
  • Sultana, R,G. (1997) ‘Towards a critical sociology of education’. In R.G. Sultana (ed.) Inside/Outside Schools: Towards a Critical Sociology of Education in Malta. Malta: PEG, 21-54.*
  • Sultana, R,G. (1997) ‘Education as Struggle’. In R.G. Sultana (ed.) Inside/Outside Schools: Towards a Critical Sociology of Education in Malta. Malta: PEG, 55-86.*
  • Sultana, R,G. (1997) ‘Teachers and the struggle for democracy: educators as political actors’. In R.G. Sultana (ed.) Inside/Outside Schools: Towards a Critical Sociology of Education in Malta. Malta: PEG, 409-438.*

1996

  • Sultana, R.G. (1996) ‘The Mediterranean, education and the millennium’, Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies, Vol.1(1), i-xi.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1996) ‘Adult education and the politics of knowledge: the Relevance of Malta’s Dun Gorg Preca’, International Journal of Lifelong Education, Vol.15(4), 276-285 [also appeared as a chapter in G. Baldacchino and P. Mayo (eds.)(1997)Beyond Schooling: Adult Education in Malta. Msida: Mireva].
  • Sultana, R.G. (1996) ‘Towards increased collaboration in the South: the Mediterranean Education Project’, Compare, Vol.26(1), 105-110.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1996) ‘The European Union and its educational agenda: a wolf in sheep’s clothing?’, in K. Watson, S. Modgil & C. Modgil (eds) Educational Dilemmas: Debates and Diversity (Volume 3), London: Cassell , 66-74.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (1996) ‘Of facts, fiction and the EU: a response to Ryba’, in K. Watson, S. Modgil & C. Modgil (eds) Educational Dilemmas: Debates and Diversity (Volume 3), London: Cassell, 82-87.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (1996) ‘Between promise and possibility: but will it really work?’, in K. Watson, S. Modgil & C. Modgil (eds) Educational Dilemmas: Debates and Diversity (Volume 4), London: Cassell, 341-348.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (1996) ‘Dialogue with Liv Mjelde’, in K. Watson, S. Modgil & C. Modgil (eds) Educational Dilemmas: Debates and Diversity (Volume 4), London: Cassell, 349-354.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (1996) ‘Education and development in Malta’, in J. Inguanez (ed.) Malta Human Development Report. UNDP (Media Centre Print, Blata l-Bajda), 20-34.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (1996) ‘Underachievement: are students failing school or are our schools failing students?’, in F. Ventura (eds) Secondary Education in Malta: Challenges and Opportunities (Malta, MUT Publications), 111-127.*

1995

  • Sultana, R.G. (1995) ‘A uniting Europe, a dividing education?  Supranationalism, Euro-centrism and the curriculum.’ [PDF] International Studies in Sociology of Education, Vol.5(2), 115-144.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1995) ‘Education and social transition: vocationalism, ideology and the problems of development.’ [PDF] International Review of Education, Vol.41(3), 199-221.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1995) ‘Vocational secondary schools in Malta: quality of education and the reproduction of inequality.’ The Vocational Aspect of Education, Vol.47(1), 51-67.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1995) ‘Developing a vision for teacher education programmes: a values-based approach.’ [PDF] European Journal of Teacher Education, Vol.18(2/3), 215-229.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1995) ‘From critical education to a critical practice of teaching.’ In J. Smyth (ed.) Critical Discourses on Teacher Development (London, Cassell), 131-145.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1995) ‘Problems in equalizing access to higher education: Policy lessons from Malta’, Higher Education Policy, 8(3), 51-56.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1995) ‘The architecture of pedagogical encounters’, Education, Vol.5(3), 2-6.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1995) ‘From critical education to a critical practice of teaching’, in J. Smyth (ed.) Critical Discourses on Teacher Development (London, Cassell), 131-145.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (1995)  ‘It-Tarzna u l-edukazzjoni ta’ l-adulti’, in D. Coleiro (ed.) In Memoriam: Tislima lill-Vittmi tat-Tarzna, Valletta: Union Print, 83-92.*

1994

  • Sultana, R.G. (1994) ‘Vocational schooling and economic development: a Maltese case study.’ International Journal of Educational Development, Vol.14(1), 75-87.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1994) ‘Conceptualising teachers’ work in a uniting Europe.’ [PDF] Compare, Vol.24(2), 171-182.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1994) ‘Child workers in Malta: Critical perspectives on a new underclass’, Economics and Social Studies Journal, Vol.7, 44-66.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1994) ‘Sociology in Malta: the field and its context’, (co-authored with G. Baldacchino) in R.G. Sultana & G. Baldacchino (eds) Maltese Society: A Sociological Inquiry (Mireva, Malta), 1-22.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (1994) ‘Perspectives on class in Malta’, in R.G. Sultana & G. Baldacchino (eds) Maltese Society: A Sociological Inquiry (Mireva, Malta), 27-54.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (1994) ‘Towards a sociology of consumption in Malta’, in R.G. Sultana & G. Baldacchino (eds) Maltese Society: A Sociological Inquiry (Mireva, Malta), 163-186.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (1994) ‘School children in Malta’s twilight economy’, in R.G. Sultana & G. Baldacchino (eds) Maltese Society: A Sociological Inquiry (Mireva, Malta), 521-536.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (1994) ‘L-Ghalliema, il-Genituri u l-kunsilli ta’ l-iskejjel: bini ta’ pont fuq ba]ar jaqsam?’ in R.G. Sultana (ed.) Genituri u Ghalliema ghal Edukazzjoni Ahjar: Gwida ghal Shubija Gdida [‘Teachers, parents and school councils: building bridges over dividing seas?’ in Parents and Teachers for a Better Education], (Msida, Mireva), 7-16.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (1994) ‘Il-qaghda prezenti tal-kunsilli ta’ l-iskejjel’  in R.G. Sultana (ed.) Genituri u Ghalliema ghal Edukazzjoni Ahjar: Gwida ghal Shubija Gdida [‘School councils: their present situation’ in Parents and Teachers for a Better Education], (Msida, Mireva), 50-59.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (1994) ‘Il-kunsilli fl-iskejjel ta’ l-Unjoni Ewropea’ in R.G. Sultana (ed.) Genituri u Ghalliema ghal Edukazzjoni Ahjar: Gwida ghal Shubija Gdida [‘Councils in the schools of the European Union’ in Parents and Teachers for a Better Education], (Msida, Mireva), 120-125.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (1994) ‘Lejn tishih tas-shubija bejn genituri u ghalliema’ in R. Sultana (ed.) Genituri u Ghalliema ghal Edukazzjoni Ahjar: Gwida ghal Shubija Gdida [‘Towards a stronger partnership between parents and teachers’ in Parents and Teachers for a Better Education], (Msida, Mireva), 141-146.*

1993

  • Sultana, R.G. (1993) ‘Practices and policies in child labour: lessons from Malta’, British Journal of Education and Work, Vol.6(3), 45-60.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1993) ‘‘Let me dream!’ Transforming educational futures: some comments on the education of Maltese background students in Australia’, Occasional Paper No.1., Forum for Migration and Multicultural Issues, Faculty of Arts, Victoria University of Technology, Melbourne, Australia [also appeared in Education, Vol.5(2), 42-49].

1992

1991

  • Sultana, R.G. (1991) ‘Research in teaching and teacher education: qualitative methods and grounded theory methodology’, South Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, Vol.19(1), 59-68.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1991) ‘Sociological perspectives on class in Malta’, Economic and Social Studies Journal, 5, 1-24 (reproduced in R.G. Sultana & G. Baldacchino (eds) Maltese Society: A Sociological Inquiry. Mireva, Malta, 1992, 27-54.)
  • Sultana, R.G. (1991) ‘Social movements and the transformation of teachers’ work’, Research Papers in Education, Vol.6(2), 133-152.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1991) ‘The challenge of critical education’, McGill Journal of Education, 26(2), 115-128 [an earlier version appeared in Education (Malta)(1990), Vol.3(4), 2-9].
  • Sultana, R.G. (1991) ‘Motivation and education’, in R.G. Sultana (ed.) Themes in Education: A Maltese Reader (Msida, Mireva), 1-18.*
  • Sultana, R.G. (1991) ‘Social class and educational achievement in Malta’, in R.G. Sultana (ed.) Themes in Education: A Maltese Reader (Msida, Mireva), 207-252.*

1990

  • Sultana, R.G. (1990) "'It's who you know, not what you know": Penetrating the credentialing ideology.' British Journal of Guidance and Counselling, Vol.18(1), 51-65.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1990) ‘Schooling for work in New Zealand: reproduction, contestation and transformation in three High Schools’, British Journal of Education and Work, Vol.3(3), 35-48.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1990) ‘Towards a critical teaching practice: notes for the teacher educator’, Journal of Further and Higher Education, Vol.14(1), 14-30.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1990) ‘Breaking them in?  School kids in the twilight economy’, New Zealand Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol.15(1), 19-34.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1990) ‘Gender, schooling and transformation: evaluating liberal feminist action in education’, New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, Vol.25(1), 5-26.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1990, 1991) ‘Reproduction or transformation? Contemporary radical discourse in education’, Democratization and Reform of Education, 1990(4), 19-24; 1991 (1), 14-17.

1989

  • Sultana, R.G. (1989) 'Transition education, student contestation and the production of meaning.' British Journal of Sociology of Education, Vol.10(3), 287-309.
  • Sultana,  R.G. (1989) ‘What’s keeping them back? Life choice and life chances’, SET, Research Notes for Teachers, New Zealand Council for Educational Research, No.1, Item 12.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1989) ‘Streaming: a sociological perspective’, Education (Malta), Vol.3(3), 1-8.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1989) ‘Are there any critical educators out there? Perspectives on teachers and transformation’, Critical Pedagogy Networker, Vol.2(4), 1-8.

1988

  • Sultana, R.G. (1988) 'Schooling tomorrow's worker: trade union education in secondary schools.' New Zealand Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol.13(1), 3-20.
  • Sultana, R.G. (1988) ‘Ethnicity and the reproduction of labour market locations’, Delta, 50-68.

1987

  • Sultana, R.G. (1987) ‘Educational responses to the unemployment crisis’, Education (Malta), Vol.3(1), 14-19.

1986

  • Sultana, R.G. & Ramsay, P.D.K. (1986) ‘The employment crisis and schooling in New Zealand’, in Proceedings of the New Zealand Sociological Association Conference, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.*

1985

  • Sultana, R.G. (1985) ‘A theoretical framework for a critical analysis of schooling’, Education (Malta), 2(2), 1-6.

1984

  • Sultana, R.G. (1984) ‘A school adaptation check-list’, Education (Malta), 1(4), 19-23 [revised version published as ‘Counsellors as transformative agents’, New Zealand Counselling and Guidance Association  Journal, Vol.8(1), 1986, 39-48].
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Book Reviews:

1999  

  • Review of C. Bezzina (1999) 'Opening Doors to School Improvement, in Education 2000, No.5, 4-5.

1998  

  • Review of A. Green (1997) Education, Globalization and the Nation State, in British Journal of Sociology of Education, 19(4), 575-578.

1996

  • Review of I. Farag (ed.), L’Education en Egypte, in Pedagogica Historica, 32(2), 537-541.

1994

  • Review of Les Terry, Helen Borland & Ron Adams To Learn More than I Have...The Educational Aspirations of the Maltese in Melbourne, in Sunday Times of Malta, 13 March.
  • Review of L. Mjelde, Apprenticeship: From Practice to Theory and Back Again, in British Journal of Education and Work, 7(2), 82-84.

1992

  • Review of A.Miller, A.G. Watts & I. Jamieson Rethinking Work Experience, in British Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 20(3), 366-369.
  • Review of W.E. Myers (ed.) Protecting Working Children, in British Journal of Education and Work, 5(2),  80-82.
  • Review of M. Lipman Thinking in Education, in McGill Journal of Education, 27(2), 223-226.

1991

  • Review of  M.Cole (ed.) Bowles and Gintis Revisited: Correspondence and Contradiction in Educational Theory; W. Secada (ed.) Equity in Education; B. Cosin et al. School, Work and Equity: A Reader, in British Journal of Education and Work, 4(1), 96-99.
  • Review of J.C. Walker Louts and Legends: Male Youth Culture in an Inner City School, in British Journal of Education and Work, 4(3), 89-91.
  • Review of K. Wain The Maltese National Curriculum: A Critical Evaluation, in Education, 4(2), 32-34.

1988 

  • ‘From school to where?  Asking the right questions in the field of education’, in New Zealand Counselling and Guidance Association Journal, 9(1), 51-56.
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