By Anna Danielsson and Heather Mendick How can we explore how power operates in classrooms, looking at the power teachers hold through their social position alongside the flows of power
Academic governance involves overseeing teaching and research within universities and protecting their quality and standards. It is important because academic governance is what enables teaching and research to take place.
FWSA and the University of Strathclyde invite researchers from all areas and disciplines (Arts & Humanities, Social Sciences, Business, Health, etc.) – academic or otherwise – to submit proposals for
Following from Part 1… it is important to highlight the importance of this strategy as a key step towards understanding the impact of digital technologies, and especially the web, on
The Miliband–Poulantzas debate unfolded in the late 1960s and early 1970s, via the much admired New Left Review Journal – a magnet for those who were grappling with the events of