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Tied Knowledge: Power in Higher Education

  title={Tied Knowledge: Power in Higher Education},
  author={Brian Martin},
Towards a Theory of the Intellectuals and their Political Ideology in the Post-Soviet Global Society
Gottdiener and Feagain proposed the socio-spatial approach as an integrated method for explaining the role of both settlement space and compositional/social characteristics in human behavior. This
Abuse and Exploitation of Doctoral Students: A Conceptual Model for Traversing a Long and Winding Road to Academia
This paper develops a conceptual model of PhD supervisors’ abuse and exploitation of their students and the outcomes of that abuse. Based on the literature about destructive leadership and the “dark
What makes an idea worth spreading? Language markers of popularity in TED talks by academics and other speakers
It is found that talks with more analytic language received fewer views, while a greater use of the pronoun “I,” positive emotion and social words was associated with more views.
Professors’ Views on the Relationship Between the Curriculum of the Teacher Education and the Development of Students’ Creativity Based on the Delphi Method – Longitudinal Research
The aim of the paper is to explore the opinions of university professors about the relationship between the curriculum of Teacher Education with the creativity of students and future teachers.
The encounter group in counseling training: is it therapy?
  • Dee C. Ray
  • Psychology
    Person-Centered & Experiential Psychotherapies
  • 2019
ABSTRACT The use of encounter groups in counselor training is widespread and long-standing tradition in academic programs. Some educators are opposed to the implementation of encounter groups due to
A Society in Revolt or Under Analysis? Investigating the Dialogue Between 19th-Century Anarchists and Sociologists
Anarchism has not had a noticeable impact upon sociology. The two traditions diverged in their interest in society and their relationship to it. This paper contrasts the practitioners or thinkers of
An Innovative Method of Teaching-Learning Strategy to Enhance the Learner's Educational Process: Paradigm Shift from Conventional Approach to Modern Approach by Neurocognitive Based Concept Mapping.
The experimental study revealed that extremely statistically significant between pre-test and post test at 0.01 level of significance enhances the students to secure good scores and this strategy can be implemented to various level of subjects as well as students.
Reform and Development Trend for Research Paradigm of University Governance
Study on university governance has undergone three research paradigms, i.e. essentialism, structuralism and culturalism, and now is moving towards post-modernism research paradigm, the university
The Visible Side of the Hidden Curriculum in Schools
A review of the studies conducted on hidden curriculum is introduced on the basis of four major themes highlighted in the literature on the grounds of the definition of the hidden curriculum, the methods for the inquiry into the Hidden Curriculum, the potential influences of theHidden curriculum on students’ learning, and the ways to cope with thehidden curriculum.
Whose Empowerment? The Dynamics of Power and Choice in Managing Student Access to Personalised Key Stage 4 Options
Within a framework of the roles of ‘empowerment’ and ‘personalisation’ in facilitating neo-liberal policy reform, this article analyses 14-year-old students' decision-making about their subject


The Ideology of Professionalism in Higher Education *
This essay begins by describing the components and dimensions of the ideal of professionalism. It is then argued that in the bureaucratic context professionalism functions as an ideology that