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Governing Research; the depredations of neoliberal education - Stephen Ball video

12.02.15
Doctoral Research Interest Group - Seminar Series
'Governing Research; the depredations of neoliberal education'

Dear Colleagues,

Thank you for coming to the BELMAS DRIG event on the 11th June. The key characteristics of a good doctoral community were: Blue Group Peer validation, trust, responsibility, willing to contribute, open and honest discussion with space to disagree, leadership in community, autonomy, capacity in groups to move forward. Red Group Trust, multicultural in nature, academic and personal support, optional, solidarity and commonality, respect, non-judgemental, space to exchange different perspectives, and ideas, secure, a space to grow in confidence, a space to learn and problem solve, hallmarked by constructive criticism, academic nodes, a space to build social capital, a substitute family, a loosely shared philosophy/approach. Please add your comments regarding these aspects.

Please visit this link to the video from the day - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6B6evKN0uHQ

The powerpoint from the day is also available in the DRIG document library.

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