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Student engagement in the management of accelerated change

Anthropological reflections on ‘Project 2012’ and The Offer

Anselma Gallinat

institution, which merely provides a case study. Nevertheless, for reasons of ethics the institution and key actors have been kept anonymous. I therefore do not provide full references to internal policy documents, nor do I provide links to similar

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Unreasonable rage, disobedient dissent

The social construction of student activists and the limits of student engagement

Jessica Gagnon

. ( 2006 ) ‘ Images in ethics codes in an era of violence and tragedy ’, Journal of Mass Media Ethics 21 , no. 4 : 245 – 264 . 10.1207/s15327728jmme2104_3 Khalaf , R. ( 2016 ) ‘ Young people feel betrayed by Brexit but gave up their voice

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From rite of passage to a mentored educational activity

Fieldwork for master’s students of anthropology

Helle Bundgaard and Cecilie Rubow

ethics approved by a committee, or a formal risk assessment. The general expectation is that since some people live with danger, anthropologists (and apparently also anthropology students) must cope with that in order to carry out their métier. As a

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Constructing and practising student engagement in changing institutional cultures

Lisa Garforth and Anselma Gallinat

.L. ( 1997 ) Academic Capitalism: Politics, Policies, and the Entrepreneurial University , Baltimore, ML : Johns Hopkins University Press . Strathern , M. (ed.) ( 2000 ) Audit Cultures: Anthropological Studies in Accountability, Ethics and the Academy

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Catherine N. Butcher

get to critique an author or to challenge each other on difficult topics. The College also runs a summer induction seminar for all incoming students led by professors who speak on issues of governance, leadership and work ethics. A Socratic method of

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Transculturality in higher education

Supporting students’ experiences through praxis

Heidi A. Smith

( Benessaieh 2010 ). In doing so, humans have the ability to think and see from another's point of view, with a focus on ‘human rights and global ethics’ ( Wulf 2010: 37 ). Transculturality is acquired at the edges of our own culture and at ‘the crossroads with

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Neriko Musha Doerr

, anthropological problems ’, in A. Ong and S. Collier (eds) Global Assemblages: Technology, Politics, and Ethics as Anthropological Problems , Malden, MA : Blackwell ), 3 – 21 . Conradson , D. and Latham , A. ( 2005 ) ‘ Transnational urbanism

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‘Being TED’

The university intellectual as globalised neoliberal consumer self

Wesley Shumar

: Anthropological Studies in Accountability, Ethics and the Academy , London : Routledge , 523 – 526 . Shumar , W. ( 1997 ) College for Sale: A Critique of the Commodification of Higher Education , London : Falmer Press . Shumar , W. ( 2008 ) ‘ Space

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Susan Wright and Davydd J. Greenwood

Medical Ethics , 2nd ed., Louisville, KY : Westminster John Knox Press . McGettigan , A. ( 2013 ) The Great University Gamble: Money, Markets, and the Future of Higher Education , London : Pluto Press . McMahon , W. ( 2009 ) Higher Learning

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Liminal spaces, resources and networks

Facebook as a shaping force for students’ transitions into higher education

Sally Baker and Eve Stirling

… now the dust has settled ’, Learning, Media and Technology 41 , no. 1 : 1 – 5 . 10.1080/17439884.2015.1115769 Sharf , B. ( 1999 ) ‘ Beyond Netiquette: the ethics of doing naturalistic discourse research on the internet ’, in S. Jones (ed