Three-D Issue 23: Does my impact look big in this?

Karen Ross Northumbria University On 21 October 2014, I gave evidence on the first day of the Inquiry into Women, News and Current Affairs launched by the House of Lords Communications Sub-Committee. Together with Prof Suzanne Franks (City University), we answered a number of questions from the Committee, informed largely by the written evidence which …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 23: Neo-liberalism and the end of education

Mike Wayne Brunel University The neo-liberal paradigm is economically dead but ideologically still very active, especially in the education sector. The structures and value system of the sector have been colonized by neo-liberalism and its ideology of ‘entrepreneurialism’. Liberal values have been appropriated and hollowed out. The forces of business – discredited as they should …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 23: The Cinderella in the system

Giannina Warren & Natalie Fenton Goldsmiths, University of London     In the summer of 2014 MeCCSA funded research into the changing higher education environment experienced by media, communications and cultural studies departments. Through a survey and interviews1 the research explores and evaluates changes to admissions and recruitment processes and practices; strategic considerations around curriculum …Continue Reading

Three-D Issue 23

Three-D, issue 23 (PDF, 1.6 Mb) In this issue: 1 Doing more with less (Einar Thorsen) HE Policies and MeCCSA Members 2 The Cinderella in the system (Giannina Warren & Natalie Fenton) 4 Neo-liberalism and the end of education (Mike Wayne) Women in Media 6 The campaign to increase the number of women experts on …Continue Reading

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