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The (re)negotiation of the critical warrant in critical management education: a research agenda

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JournalHuman Resource Development International
DateE-pub ahead of print - 30 Jun 2014
DatePublished (current) - 29 Sep 2014
Issue number4
Volume17
Number of pages16
Pages (from-to)384-399
Early online date30/06/14
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

Since the introduction of tuition fees for undergraduate programmes in the UK universities, there has been a great deal of attention paid to the impact of the changes on higher education. But the lack of coverage given to the effects of the growing consumerist discourse was influencing teaching methods and assessment approaches was puzzling (Naidoo and Jamieson, 2005). There has been a similar silence within the critical management education (CME) literature despite the anecdotal accounts of the progressive erosion of the educational space for criticality. The changes to the educational environment present an opportunity to take stock of how critical approaches are able to respond – or if they are able to respond – to a more consumerist environment where different generational priorities and expectations of education are being expressed. This paper seeks to open up the debate and outline a research agenda to examine critical management education in the new higher education context of marketization, generational change and internationalization.

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  • Critical management, Education, Change, Research

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