Academic Capitalism and (Secondary) Academic Labor Markets: Negotiating a New Academy and Research Agenda

@inproceedings{Rhoades2015AcademicCA,
  title={Academic Capitalism and (Secondary) Academic Labor Markets: Negotiating a New Academy and Research Agenda},
  author={Gary Rhoades and Blanca Torres-Olave},
  year={2015}
}
The chapter examines how academic labor markets in the U.S. are socially structured. These markets express and enhance social stratification, and are reproduced and renegotiated through ongoing social action. First, we review the classic literature on the subject. Then we consider the presence of secondary labor markets in STEM fields, contextualizing our consideration of academic labor markets in developments in the larger labor force. Subsequently, we focus on academic labor markets in terms… CONTINUE READING
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