• Sociology
  • Published 2014

Listen Up! Be Responsible! What Graduate Students Hear About University Teaching, Graduate Education and Employment

@inproceedings{Aspenlieder2014ListenUB,
  title={Listen Up! Be Responsible! What Graduate Students Hear About University Teaching, Graduate Education and Employment},
  author={Erin D. Aspenlieder and Marie Vander Kloet},
  year={2014}
}
What we hear at universities and in public conversations is that there is a crisis in graduate student education and employment. We are interested here in the (re)circulation of the discourses of crisis and responsibility. What do graduate students hear about their education, their career prospects, and their responsibilities? How does work in educational development contribute to these conversations? We explore these questions through an analysis of two data sets: the course outlines for… CONTINUE READING

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