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Changing Identities in Higher Education

Voicing Perspectives (Key Issues in Higher Education)

by Ronald Barnett

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages216
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Open LibraryOL7495065M
ISBN 100415426057
ISBN 109780415426053

  ‘Intersectionality and Higher Education’ Editors discuss new volume of essays on the ways higher education is changing because of issues of race, gender and sexuality -- and how they think higher ed needs to change even more. "The book is based on extensive fieldwork in eleven English higher education institutions and seven disciplines. Parts One and Two set the conceptual framework and outline briefly the extent of policy change at national and institutional levels. Part Three focuses on two specific policy initiatives as case studies, the quality assurance policies of the early s and research assessment.

context to shape lives and careers. Implicit here is a call to embrace the best in higher education despite the “regulations, financial incentives, rewards, quality standards, as well as academic, public, and professional values” (6) that constrain and give shape to our identities. This book presents a wide selection of issues currently of interest and concern in higher education institutions in Ireland. The chapters are snapshots of the intersection between theory, practice and research in particular settings; they are not meant to be comprehensive. Nevertheless, they present practice approaches, new theoretical considerations and informal conversations, and include Cited by: 5.

Implicit here is a call to embrace the best in higher education despite the “regulations, financial incentives, rewards, quality standards, as well as academic, public, and professional values” (6) that constrain and give shape to our identities. Taking the form of a debate, Changing Identities in Higher Education helps to widen the contemporary space for debates on the future of higher education itself. The book is split into three parts.


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Changing Identities in Higher Education book. Voicing Perspectives. Taking the form of a debate, Changing Identities in Higher Education helps to widen the contemporary space for debates on the future of higher education itself.

The book is split into three parts:Cited by: part three illustrates perspectives on the identities of students, provided by students themselves. With its original, dialogic form and varied content, this book is of interest to all those concerned in current debates about the state and nature of higher education today and those interested in questions of identity.

It makes especially useful Manufacturer: Routledge. In this timely and innovative book scholars from Europe, the UK, North America and Australia, explore their own sense of identity, reflecting both on their research and scholarly interests, and their work experiences.

Taking the form of a debate, Changing Identities in Higher Education helps to wid. In this timely and innovative book scholars from Europe, the UK, North America and Australia, explore their own sense of identity, reflecting both on their research and scholarly interests, and their work experiences.

Taking the form of a debate, Changing Identities in Higher Brand: Ronald Barnett. part three illustrates perspectives on the identities of students, provided by students themselves. With its original, dialogic form and varied content, this book is of interest to all those concerned in current debates about the state and nature of higher education today and those interested in questions of identity.

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In this timely and innovative book scholars from Europe, Brand: Taylor And Francis. The latest volume in the Routledge International Studies in Higher Education Series, Academic and Professional Identities in Higher Education: The Challenges of a Diversifying Workforce, reviews the implications of new forms of academic and professional identity, which have emerged largely as a result of a broadening disciplinary base and increasing permeability between higher education.

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In this timely and innovative book scholars from Europe, the UK, North America and Australia, explore their own sense of identity, reflecting both on their research and scholarly interests, and their work experiences.

Taking the form of a debate, Changing Identities in Higher. The study noted that the implementation of Athena SWAN at higher education institutions in the United Kingdom provided “credibility, focus, and impetus for gender work already taking place in [higher education institution]s and also had positive impacts beyond STEM departments” (5).

part three illustrates perspectives on the identities of students, provided by students themselves. With its original, dialogic form and varied content, this book is of interest to all those concerned in current debates about the state and nature of higher education today and those interested in questions of identity.

It makes especially useful. The intention of this chapter is to explore the identities of a group of people holding significant positions in academic institutions – academic developers.

I will describe briefly what type of positions academic developers hold, which functions they carry out and what academic development means, at least in the context of this by: 9. Synopsis Reconstructing Identities in Higher Education: The Rise of Third Space Professionals draws on studies conducted in Australia, the United Kingdom and the United States to explore the roles and identities of a growing number of staff associated with broadly based institutional projects such as student life and welfare, widening participation, learning support, community Author: Celia Whitchurch.

Introduction. There is a growing literature on academic and professional identities in higher education in the context of more market-oriented environments, an increasing range of types of institution and modes of delivery, raised expectations by students of the experience they.

\/ Gunnar Handal -- Beyond administration and management: changing professional identities in UK higher education \/ Celia Whitchurch -- pt. Responses -- The myth of a golden age?: reflections from a vice-chancellor \/ Robert G. Burgess -- Scenes in a university: performing academic identities in shifting contexts \/ Laura Miller -- The.

Get this from a library. Academic identities in higher education: the changing European landscape. [Linda Evans; Jon Nixon;] -- "Academic identity is continually being formed and reformed by the institutional, socio-cultural and political contexts within which academic practitioners operate.

In Europe the impact of the. This paper adds to earlier reviews by the author of the changing roles and identities of contemporary professional staff in UK higher education, and builds on a categorisation of professional Author: Celia Whitchurch.

The book brings together academics, managers, educational developers and students to give their perspectives on identities in contemporary higher education. The text is ordered into three main sections - Part I, which offers reflections on professional identities; Part II, which provides responses to Part I; and Part III, which focuses upon.Reviews “In Academic Identities in Higher Education we are treated to a wonderfully accessible set of essays – most with an autobiographical component – by academics right across Europe.

Implicitly and intriguingly, this volume opens the possibility that, for all of the instability in its formation, we may be seeing the emergence of a European academic identity.