Gendered universities in globalized economies : power, careers, and sacrifices

Jan Currie, Bev Thiele, Patricia Harris

Gendered Universities in Globalized Economies combines the best in theoretical analysis and practical research in an insightful survey of the organizational culture of the university in today's globalized world. Currie, Thiele, and Harris's qualitative research-narrating the views of academics, general staff, and managers of American and Australian universities-examines the gendered power structure of university life. Gendered Universities describes the corporatized university from the inside, showing how neoliberal globalization has forced it to become more competitive, aggressive, and entrepreneurial. The authors consider why universities seem to preserve patriarchal cultures despite pervasive equal opportunity legislation and feminist activism on campus. This important study is a must read for education, gender, and policy studies scholars seeking a deeper understanding of globalization and the impact of the "new managerialism" on equity issues.

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  • Chapter 1 Introduction Part 2 The Anglo-American Context Chapter 3 Globalization and Higher Education Chapter 4 Gendered Universities Part 5 The Australian Study Chapter 6 Context of the Australian Study Chapter 7 Normalization of Male Working Styles Chapter 8 Anatomy of Power in Universities Chapter 9 View from the Top: Captain of the Ship Chapter 10 View from Below: Sacrifices and Success in Greedy Universities Chapter 11 Conclusion: A Critical and Conserving Agenda for Universities

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書名 Gendered universities in globalized economies : power, careers, and sacrifices
著作者等 Harris Patricia
Thiele Bev
Currie Jan
出版元 Lexington Books
刊行年月 c2002
ページ数 xii, 217 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0739103644
NCID BA60539667
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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