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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Brew, Angela, 1943-
Academic research and researchers.
Maidenhead : Society for Research into Higher Education & Open University Press, 2009
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Angela Brew; Lisa Lucas
|ISBN:||033523920X 9780335239207 1283338165 9781283338165|
|Description:||1 online resource (xviii, 229 pages) : illustrations|
|Contents:||Introduction. Academic research and researchers / Angela Brew and Lisa Lucas --
1. Academic un-freedom in the new knowledge economy / Margaret Thornton --
2. Research quality assessment : objectives, approaches, responses and consequences / Ian McNay --
3. structure of academic research : what can citation studies tell us? / Malcolm Tight --
4. Research management and research cultures : power and productivity / Lisa Lucas --
5. Creating collaboration : an exploration of multinational research partnerships / Betty Rambur --
6. Producing researchers : the changing role of the doctorate / Alison Lee and David Boud --
7. Balancing different audiences : experiences of Dutch academics / Liudvika Leisyte, Jurgen Enders and Harry F. de Boer --
8. Post-colonial perspectives on interdisciplinary researcher identities / Catherine Manathunga --
9. 'You do it from your core' : priorities, perceptions and practices of research among indigenous academics in Australian and New Zealand universities / Christine Asmar, Ocean Ripeka Mercier and Susan Page --
10. Isn't research just research? : what are candidates and supervisors thinking? / Margaret Kiley --
11. Learning to be a researcher : challenges for undergraduates / Mari Murtonen and Erno Lehtinen --
12. Understanding academics' engagement with research / Angela Brew and David Boud --
13. Conclusion : directions for future research / Angela Brew and Gerlese S. Akerlind.
|Responsibility:||edited by Angela Brew and Lisa Lucas.|
This book is concerned with how individual researchers experience and respond to this scenario. It brings together research and scholarship examining the socio-political context of university research and explores how researchers' perceptions and identities are changed by political and cultural agendas for research.
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