University Audit Cultures and Feminist Praxis

An Institutional Ethnography

Órla Murray

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Beschreibung

Being ‘REF-able’. The impact agenda. The student experience. University audit culture has infiltrated academic life, but how should we respond?

Drawing on a five-year Institutional Ethnography of UK universities, the author provides a feminist take on the neoliberal university and abolitionist reflections on audit culture.

For feminist and other critical academics, the interpretative power involved in audit processes provides an opportunity to collectively challenge and subvert, re-read and re-write institutions. This book challenges the myths and misinterpretations around how academic audit processes work, arguing that if we are complicit then we have agency to do them differently.

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Schlagwörter

Research Excellence Framework, audit culture, Institutional ethnography, higher education, feminism