Theology with its emphasis on ‘other worldly’ experiences appears to be at the opposite end of the spectrum of thought to economics which deals with the mundanity of every day existence. 1,717 more words
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What every economics student used to learn at university was how difficult it was for leaders to make policy decisions on the economy. 1,267 more words
I have been finding the intentional acts of destroying the forms intrinsically negative acts. This is counter to my research purposes. The focus of my research is to find some equilibrium in order to sustain my identity as an artist teacher rather than wallowing in ‘what it feels like’ to be at the whim of the problematics that pose a threat to progressive education. 286 more words
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Neo-liberalism refers to the adoption of private and social enterprise approaches to publicly funded education systems, often referred to as the new managerialism.
(Jim Gleeson, Australian Catholic University, Brisbane)