Austerity blues provides both a historical and an analytical framework for situating the crisis in public higher education in the us it contextualizes the predicament of public higher education within the global crisis of capital and specifically within the half century of concerted attack on the working class in the us the greatest achievement of the book is to at once construct a broad canvas with regard to the functioning of capital but stay focused on how it impacts public higher . Austerity blues fighting for the soul of public higher education josipa roksa contemporary sociology 2018 47 5 585 587 download citation if you have the appropriate software installed you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice simply select your manager software from the list below and click on download format tips on citation download download . Austerity blues fighting for the soul of public higher education by michael fabricant and steve brier may 2017 the radical teacher 108145 48 doi 105195 rt2017383 authors susan g o . A provocative indictment of the negative impact neoliberal policies have visited on the public university especially the growth of class racial and gender inequalities austerity blues also analyzes the many changes currently sweeping public higher education including the growing use of educational technology online learning and privatization while exploring how these developments hurt students and teachers in its final section the book offers examples of oppositional and . In austerity blues michael fabricant and stephen brier examine these devastating fiscal retrenchments nationally focusing closely on new york and california both of which were leaders in the historic expansion of public higher education in the postwar years and now are at the forefront of austerity measures
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