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Gillies, Val

Power, Knowledge and the Academy

Gillies, Val - Power, Knowledge and the Academy, ebook

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
Val Gillies, Helen Lucey

2. Power and the Unconscious in Doctoral Student-Supervisor Relationships
Helen Lucey, Chrissie Rogers

3. Power and the PhD Journey: ‘Getting in’ and ‘Getting on’
Kathryn Almack, Harriet Churchill

4. Ambivalent Positions: Ethnicity and Working in our ‘Own Communities’
Kanwal Mand, Susie Weller

5. Interweaving Academic and Professional Power in Higher Education
Linda Bell, Maxine Birch

6. Power Relationships in Research Teams
Melanie Mauthner, Linda Bell

7. Making the Right Connections: ‘Knowledge’ and Power in Academic Networking
Val Gillies, Pam Alldred

8. Representing Academic Knowledge: The Micro Politics of a Literature Review
Jane Ribbens McCarthy

9. Measuring What’s Valued or Valuing What’s Measured? Knowledge Production and the Research Assessment Exercise
Pam Alldred, Tina Miller

10. Feminism, the Relational Micro-Politics of Power and Research Management in Higher Education in Britain
Natasha Mauthner, Rosalind Edwards

Keywords: Social Sciences, Sociology of Education, Sociology of Education, Gender Studies, Industrial, Organisational and Economic Psychology

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2007
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
205 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230287013
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-54676-3

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