The economic capture of criticality and the changing university in Australia and The UK
Daymon, C. and Durkin, K. (2013) The economic capture of criticality and the changing university in Australia and The UK. In: Majhanovich, S. and Macleans, A.G.J, (eds.) Economics, aid and education: Implications for development. Sense Publishers, pp. 97-113.
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The implications of neoliberal forms of globalization for national economies, states and individual lives have been the topic of major public debates over a number of years. Their hegemonic influence has been described as ‘an economic capture of the social’ (Banerjee 2007: 146) because of the extent to which free market forces, as spread through globalizing flows, have become normalized and even normative in regulating and evaluating the public sphere and the quality of social lives around the world.
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|Notes:||Series: The World Council of Comparative Education Societies; Vol. 8|
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