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CALL FOR PAPERS: NEO-LIBERALISM WITHIN THE AOTEAROA NEW ZEALAND TERTIARY SECTOR – SPECIAL ISSUE.

2017-03-28

Neo-liberalism is endemic within the global tertiary sector, including Aotearoa New Zealand, and has impacted academics, students, administrative and management staff.

Sociologists at Massey University are editing a special issue of the New Zealand Sociology journal focusing on the various dimensions of Neo-liberalism as it has and is impacting tertiary teaching, research, and collegial relationships in Aotearoa New Zealand.

Anticipated publication date is  late 2017/early 2018. Colleagues within the social sciences, as well as other academic disciplines are invited to submit abstracts for papers.

Abstracts should be sent to M.Murray@massey.ac.nz by 9th May 2017.

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