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ISBN 9789811575976
Evaluating Education: Normative Systems and Institutional Practices Ser.
Print version: Rider, Sharon World Class Universities Singapore : Springer Singapore Pte. Limited,c2020 ISBN 9789811575976
Chapter 6: Complicit Reproductions in the Global South: Courting World Class Universities and Global Rankings -- Introduction -- Essentialism and Fetishism in WCU Discourse.
Chapter 4: Three Notions of the Global -- The Globalization of HE: From "Generous Mother" to Tough Competitor -- Internationalism as Educational Ideal: The Politics of Human Perfectibility -- On Knowing One’s Place in the World -- At Home with Reason -- Concluding Thoughts -- References -- Part II: World-Class Around the World -- Chapter 5: The Kafkaesque Pursuit of ’World Class’: Audit Culture and the Reputational Arms Race in Academia -- Introduction: The Kafkaesque World of the UK University -- Context: Universities and the Rise of Audit Culture -- Measurement and Quantification of Everything -- Auditing Research Excellence: The Managerial Uses of Pseudo-scientific Measures -- Effects of Indicators and Rankings on Academia -- Conclusion: The Costs of Being ’World Class’ -- References ---
Chapter 6: Complicit Reproductions in the Global South: Courting World Class Universities and Global Rankings -- Introduction -- Essentialism and Fetishism in WCU Discourse.
World Class Universities -- Acknowledgment -- Contents -- Contributors -- Chapter 1: Welcome to the World Class University: Introduction -- References -- Part I: What’s in a Word? -- Chapter 2: Disorderly Identities: University Rankings and the Re-ordering of the Academic Mind -- Introduction -- The Shaping of the Sector -- The Established Order -- The Rankings Mind-Set -- Exquisite Tensions -- Disorderly Identities -- Disrupting Boundaries -- Disrupting Time-Frames -- Disrupting Hierarchies -- Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 3: Becoming World Class: What It Means and What It Does -- Introduction -- Measuring Universities-A Historical Sketch -- World Class: Theoretical Foundations and Implications -- Can Universities be Compared? -- Rankings and their Methodologies -- Different Types of Universities, Different Responses -- Conclusions: Will World Class Prevail? -- References ---
Autonomy and Excellence -- Accountability -- Rankings unto Death -- References -- Chapter 9: The Paradox of the Global University -- Universities and Place-Making -- Universities and Nation-States -- Shanghai, Bologna, Abu Dhabi -- Rankings -- Bologna -- Satellite Campuses -- Conclusion -- References -- Part III: Playing the World-Class Numbers Game -- Chapter 10: World Class Universities, Rankings and the Global Space of International Students -- Introduction -- World Class Universities, International Rankings and Nation States -- The Crucial Link -- Three Research Strands: Practice, Methodology and Context -- International Rankings: A Short History and an Overview -- International Rankings as League Tables of Nations -- The Dominance of the US… -- ... of the West in General ... -- … and of English -- Nuances -- Shifting Balances? ---
The Global Space of International Students -- A Three-Polar Structure -- Market, Colonial and Proximity Logics and Linguistic Patterns.
Digital Socialism -- Political Economy of Academic Publishing -- Open Access, cOAlition S, and ’Plan S’ -- References -- Chapter 15: Spaces of Life: Transgressions in Conceptualising the World Class University -- Introduction -- Re-configuring the Space of the World Class University -- Re-Critiquing the World Class University -- Revoking the Tendency to Know the Other -- Re-Conceiving the ’World’ Within the World Class University -- Conclusion: A Space of Life -- References -- Chapter 16: Realizing the World-Class University: An Ecological Approach -- Introduction -- Fact and Value -- An Ecological Situation -- Structure and Agency -- Fact and Value-Again -- The World-Class University: A Barren Idea -- Re-conceiving the World-Class University -- Conclusions -- References -- Correction to: Three Notions of the Global -- Correction to: Chapter 4 in: S. Rider et al. (eds.), World Class Universities, Evaluating Education: Normative Systems and Institutional Practices, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-7598-3_4 -- Correction to: Contesting the Neoliberal Discourse of the World Class University: ’Digital Socialism’, Openness and Academic Publishing -- Correction to: Chapter 14 in: S. Rider et al. (eds.), World Class Universities, Evaluating Education: Normative Systems and Institutional Practices, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-7598-3_14 -- Index.
Theoretical Frameworks -- Syed Hussein Alatas on Complicity -- Pierre Bourdieu on Reproduction -- Comparative Case Studies -- Malaysia -- Kazakhstan -- Selecting Strategic Partners -- Developing Curriculum and Assessing Students -- Sending Students Abroad -- Evaluating Senior Leaders and Academics -- Discussion -- References -- Chapter 7: On Realizing the World-Class University: Litigation and the State -- Tuition Fees in Sweden: A Path to World-Class Universities? -- Case Facts -- Did the Student and the University Enter into a Mutually Binding Agreement? -- Did the University Breach the Contract? -- What Are the Consequences of the University’s Breach of the Contract? -- The Juridification of Higher Education -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- Chapter 8: World Class at All Costs -- The Scandal -- Academic Norms -- Global Competitiveness ---
Autonomy and Excellence -- Accountability -- Rankings unto Death -- References -- Chapter 9: The Paradox of the Global University -- Universities and Place-Making -- Universities and Nation-States -- Shanghai, Bologna, Abu Dhabi -- Rankings -- Bologna -- Satellite Campuses -- Conclusion -- References -- Part III: Playing the World-Class Numbers Game -- Chapter 10: World Class Universities, Rankings and the Global Space of International Students -- Introduction -- World Class Universities, International Rankings and Nation States -- The Crucial Link -- Three Research Strands: Practice, Methodology and Context -- International Rankings: A Short History and an Overview -- International Rankings as League Tables of Nations -- The Dominance of the US… -- ... of the West in General ... -- … and of English -- Nuances -- Shifting Balances? ---
Chapter 12: The State Role in Excellent University Policies in the Era of Globalization: The Case of China -- Introduction -- The State’s Role-From Superstructure to Cultural Hegemony -- Social Discourse, Internal Rationality and Policy -- Isomorphism, Globalization and Higher Education -- Higher Education Under the Leadership of President Xi Jinping -- The Expansion of Top Universities -- Conclusions -- References -- Part IV: The Future of World-Class Universities -- Chapter 13: The Marketingisation of Higher Education -- A Framework (Not an Enframing) of the Approach -- Building WCUs Without Watching over Them-The Technological Enframement as Marketingisation -- Marketing and Consumerisation-The Concealment of Enframement -- Can We Watch over Our Marketing and Enhance Our WCU? ---
The Global Space of International Students -- A Three-Polar Structure -- Market, Colonial and Proximity Logics and Linguistic Patterns.
What Might Be Done to Achieve Release from the Technological Control Exerted by WCUs? -- References -- Chapter 14: Contesting the Neoliberal Discourse of the World Class University: ’Digital Socialism’, Openness and Academic Publishing -- Introduction -- Knowledge as a Global Public Good.
Digital Socialism -- Political Economy of Academic Publishing -- Open Access, cOAlition S, and ’Plan S’ -- References -- Chapter 15: Spaces of Life: Transgressions in Conceptualising the World Class University -- Introduction -- Re-configuring the Space of the World Class University -- Re-Critiquing the World Class University -- Revoking the Tendency to Know the Other -- Re-Conceiving the ’World’ Within the World Class University -- Conclusion: A Space of Life -- References -- Chapter 16: Realizing the World-Class University: An Ecological Approach -- Introduction -- Fact and Value -- An Ecological Situation -- Structure and Agency -- Fact and Value-Again -- The World-Class University: A Barren Idea -- Re-conceiving the World-Class University -- Conclusions -- References -- Correction to: Three Notions of the Global -- Correction to: Chapter 4 in: S. Rider et al. (eds.), World Class Universities, Evaluating Education: Normative Systems and Institutional Practices, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-7598-3_4 -- Correction to: Contesting the Neoliberal Discourse of the World Class University: ’Digital Socialism’, Openness and Academic Publishing -- Correction to: Chapter 14 in: S. Rider et al. (eds.), World Class Universities, Evaluating Education: Normative Systems and Institutional Practices, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-15-7598-3_14 -- Index.
Increased Dominance of the Pacific Pole and Market Logic -- Rankings and International Student Flows: Reinforcing Logics -- Conclusion -- Appendix -- References -- Chapter 11: What Counts as World Class? Global University Rankings and Shifts in Institutional Strategies -- Introduction -- Transnational Higher Education: Global University Rankings as a Policy Discourse -- Global University Rankings and ’European Higher Education’ -- Rankings, Models and Institutions of Higher Education -- Global University Rankings and HEIs Strategies -- Case Selection -- References to National and International Rankings -- Perceptions of University Rankings and Institutional Outlook -- World-Class or Regional University? International Excellence and Regional Needs -- Conclusions -- References ---
Theoretical Frameworks -- Syed Hussein Alatas on Complicity -- Pierre Bourdieu on Reproduction -- Comparative Case Studies -- Malaysia -- Kazakhstan -- Selecting Strategic Partners -- Developing Curriculum and Assessing Students -- Sending Students Abroad -- Evaluating Senior Leaders and Academics -- Discussion -- References -- Chapter 7: On Realizing the World-Class University: Litigation and the State -- Tuition Fees in Sweden: A Path to World-Class Universities? -- Case Facts -- Did the Student and the University Enter into a Mutually Binding Agreement? -- Did the University Breach the Contract? -- What Are the Consequences of the University’s Breach of the Contract? -- The Juridification of Higher Education -- Concluding Remarks -- References -- Chapter 8: World Class at All Costs -- The Scandal -- Academic Norms -- Global Competitiveness ---
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