Qualitative inquiry in neoliberal times

Norman K Denzin, Michael D. Giardina

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Abstract

Qualitative Inquiry in Neoliberal Times is written from the perspective that the scholarly lives of academics are changing, constantly in flux, and increasingly bound to the demands of the market - a context in which the university has increasingly morphed into a business enterprise, one that treats students as consumers to be marketed to, education as something to be purchased, and research as something to be capitalized on for financial gain. The effects of this market-orientation of scholarly life, especially on those in the social sciences and humanities, are ones that demand serious examination. At the same time, qualitative inquiry itself is changing and evolving within and against the rhythms of this 'new normal'. This volume engages with these emerging debates in qualitative research over new materialism, 'data', public policy, research ethics, public scholarship, and the corporate university in the neoliberal age. World-renowned contributors from the United States, United Kingdom, Spain, Norway, Australia, and New Zealand present a global perspective on these issues, framed within a landscape of higher education marked if not marred by efficiency metrics, accountability, external funding, and university rankings. Qualitative Inquiry in Neoliberal Times is a must-read for faculty and students alike interested in the changing dynamics of their profession, whether theoretically, methodologically, or structurally and materially. This title is sponsored by the International Association of Qualitative Inquiry, a major new international organization that sponsors an annual congress.

Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherTaylor and Francis Inc.
Number of pages196
ISBN (Electronic)9781315397788
ISBN (Print)9781138226432
DOIs
StatePublished - Mar 27 2017

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Qualitative inquiry in neoliberal times. / Denzin, Norman K; Giardina, Michael D.

Taylor and Francis Inc., 2017. 196 p.

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Denzin, Norman K ; Giardina, Michael D. / Qualitative inquiry in neoliberal times. Taylor and Francis Inc., 2017. 196 p.
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