Discover Society #5

DISCOVER SOCIETY

Measured-Factual-Critical

http://discoversociety.org

ISSUE FIVE:

February 2014

 

Focus:

 

Andrew McGettigan

Managerialism, Democracy and the New Political Economy of English Higher Education

 

Articles:

                              

Mary Stuart

Reconnecting and Re–Purposing the Civic Purpose of Universities

Diane Reay

From Academic Freedom to Academic Capitalism

Nick Stevenson

Wars Over English The Culture Schools

Timothy Clarke, Pojanath Bhatanacharoen & David Greatbatch

Manufacturing Management Celebrity

Malcolm James

Mark Duggan and Britain’s Postcolonial Politics of Death

Paola Tubaro

Why Online Privacy is not Dead: Negotiation and Conflict in Social Media

Michael O’Regan

The Tyrannies of Collaborative Consumption

Des Fitzgerald, Nikolas Rose,
& Ilina Singh

Urban Life and Mental Health: Re-Visiting Politics, Society and Biology

                Jackie Turton

Moral Panics and Youth Crime – Where are the Girls?

John Veit-Wilson

Poverty 50 Years On – But What is Poverty?

Viewpoint:

 

Priyamvada Gopal

The Assault on Higher Education and Democracy

 

On the Frontline:

 

Mahmoona Shah

Further Education – for other people’s children?

 

Policy Briefing:

 

John Holmwood

Whither Fees and Loans?

Managing Editors: John Holmwood (University of Nottingham) and Sue Scott (University of York)

Editorial Board: Kehinde Andrews (Newman University); Lorenza Antonucci (University of West of Scotland); Les Back (Goldsmiths); Ben Baumberg (University of Kent); Gurminder K. Bhambra (University of Warwick); Mark Carrigan (University of Warwick); Suzanne Hall (LSE); Steve MacKay (University of Lincoln); David Mellor (University of Oxford); Alison Shaw (Policy Press at the University of Bristol); Katherine Smith (University of Edinburgh); Emma Uprichard (University of Warwick).

Twitter: @discoversoc | Facebook |Email: discoversociety@outlook.com

Published by Social Research Publishing (a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee)

 

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