volume 13, issue 3, P217-228 2018
DOI: 10.1177/1746197918793061
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Abstract: In this article, we focus on how neoliberal performance metrics impact on non-traditional students at a modern university in England. We argue that the introduction of 'quality assurance' measures, (such as the National Student Survey and the Teaching Excellence Framework) are driven by an ideology which purports to have student's best interests at heart by raising teaching standards, focusing on graduate employability and wider participation, but in fact works to discourage critical pedagogic practices that w…

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