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Jones, Lynne and Doughty, Hannelore (2015) (Turning our) back to the future? Cross-sector perspectives on language learning. Scottish Languages Review (29). pp. 27-40.
Gallagher-Brett, Angela and Doughty, Hannelore and McGuinness, Heather (2014) Social capital and modern language initiatives in times of policy uncertainty. Scottish Languages Review, Spring/Su (27). pp. 39-52.
Doughty, Hannelore (2011) La Grande Illusion : why Scottish further education has failed to grasp the potential of modern languages. Scottish Languages Review (23). pp. 7-14.
Doughty, Hannah (2011) Modern languages in Scotland: Social capital out on a limb. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 10 (2). pp. 141-155. ISSN 1474-0222
Doughty, H. and Allan, Julie (2008) Social capital and the evaluation of inclusiveness in Scottish further education colleges. Journal of Further and Higher Education, 32 (3). pp. 275-284. ISSN 0309-877X
Conference or Workshop Item
Doughty, H. (2009) Support for language baccalaureate candidates. In: SQA Baccalaureate Support Network Event, 2009-09-30. (Unpublished)
Doughty, H. and , Subject Centre Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies (Funder) (2009) Internationalisation and modern languages in Scottish Further and Higher Education. [Report]
Subject Centre Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies (Funder) (2008) Cross-sector collaborative activities to promote modern languages in Scotland. [Report]
Scottish Executive Education Department (Funder) (2007) S3 Pupils' Career Aspirations and Views on Language Learning. [Report]
Scottish Executive Education Department (Funder) (2004) Partners in Excellence : Evaluation Report. [Report]
Johnstone, Richard and Doughty, H. and McKinstry, Robert and , Scottish Executive Education Department (Funder) (2003) Gaelic Learners in the Primary School (GLPS)in Argyll & Bute, East Ayrshire, North Lanarkshire, Perth & Kinrossand Stirling : Evaluation Report. [Report]
Doughty, H. (2005) Critical Perspectives on Modern Languages in Scottish Further Education 2000-2002. PhD thesis, University of Stirling.