Going public with politics: fighting back against the pedagogies of neoliberalism.

Macrine, Sheila L. and Goldstein, Rebecca A. and Hill, Dave (2009) Going public with politics: fighting back against the pedagogies of neoliberalism. In: 2009 AERA Annual Meeting, “Disciplined Inquiry: Education Research in the Circle of Knowledge”, Monday, April 13 – Friday, April 17, 2009, San Diego, CA. (Unpublished)

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Abstract

What research/ knowledge is most valued/ devalued by Capital? Technological advances facilitate sharing/ accessing scholarly/ political work. (Castells, 2000; 2004). But what information is made available is constrained at various governmental levels. Neoliberal capitalist ideologies,policies and pracices narrow knowledge production and knowledge workers (Kelsh, Hill and Macrine, 2009). Research and education in the neoliberal age is not about authentic knowledge building it is about political knowledge reproduction (Giroux, 2005; 2006; Ebert and Zavardeh, 2007) and the reproduction of capitalist economy and society.(Hill, 2009a, b; Hill and Kumar, 2009; Hill and Rosskam, 2009). This paper is part of the fight back against neoliberal capitalist repression and its compression of knowledge and research.

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