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Murray, J; Teszenyi, Eleonora; Nagy Varga, A; Pálfi, Sándor; Tajiyeva, M and Iskakova, A (2018). Parent-practitioner partnerships in early childhood provision in England, Hungary and Kazakhstan: similarities and differences in discourses. Early Child Development and Care, 188(5) pp. 594–612.

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Pálfi, S.; Rákó, E.; Varga Nagy, A. and Teszenyi, Eleonora (2019). Children’s Rights In Hungary in Early Childhood Education and Care. In: Murray, J.; Swadener, B. B. and Smith, K. eds. The Routledge International Handbook of Young Children's Rights. Routledge International Handbooks of Education. Abingdon: Routledge.

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Teszenyi, Eleonora; Varga Nagy, Anikó and Pálfi, Sándor (2022). Re-imagining socialist childhoods: Changing narratives of spatial and temporal (dis)orientations. Journal of Childhood, Education & Society, 3(3) pp. 212–217.

Teszenyi, Eleonora; Devecchi, Christina and Richardson, Tanya (2020). Enhancing learning for Early Years Foundation Degree students: empowerment through heutagogy and reflecting on the notion of knowledgeable others. Polish Journal of Educational Studies, 72(1) pp. 25–44.

Teszenyi, Eleonora (2016). Children at Four. In: Cox, Anna and Sykes, Gillian eds. The Multiple Identities of the Reception Teacher: Pedagogy and Purpose. London: Learning Matters/Sage.

Teszenyi, Eleonora and Hevey, D (2015). Age group, location or pedagogue: factors affecting parental choice of kindergartens in Hungary. Early Child Development and Care, 185(11-12) pp. 1961–1977.

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Varga Nagy, Anikó; Pálfi, Sándor and Teszenyi, Eleonora (2022). From institutional dominance to parental involvement: Models of working with families in Hungarian Kindergartens. In: Garvis, Susanne; Phillipson, Sivanes; Hajdu-Luukkainen, Heidi and Sadownik, Alicja Renata eds. Parental Engagement and Early Childhood Education Around the World. Evolving Families. Abingdon: Routledge, pp. 136–150.


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