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Education Research and the Media : Challenges and Possibilities - Aspa Baroutsis

Education Research and the Media

Challenges and Possibilities

By: Aspa Baroutsis (Editor), Stewart Riddle (Editor), Pat Thomson (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 15th April 2018
ISBN: 9780815355861
Number Of Pages: 212

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Universities around the world now actively encourage academics to engage in public scholarship, publishing in traditional and new media - newspapers, television, radio, blogs and social media. Education Research and the Media addresses this situation, using empirical and reflexive accounts, to interrogate and advance the ways in which this shift is usually discussed.

Drawing on Australian and international scholars and contexts, this edited collection probes the effects of these engagements. Taken together, the book offers new conceptualisations of the junctures and disjunctures of local, national and transnational mediascapes in education research, working across both traditional media and social media platforms. The book takes as its starting point that traditional national media, while still significant, are now embedded in practices and discourses that transcend geographic and spatial boundaries. Global media logics challenge the profitability and operations of media corporations, as the production of news and information is paradoxically both democratised and fragmented.

There is a limited body of research about how this mediatised landscape impacts on public scholarship. This is the first book in the field of education to systematically investigate this landscape, using empirical examples and analysis, as well as a range of theoretical and conceptual approaches.

Introduction

Education research in a time of transnational media: Trolls, tribulations and testimony; Aspa Baroutsis, Pat Thomson, and Stewart Riddle Part I: Media logic and the construction of education in crisis

Entering the political fray: The role of public education scholars in media debates; Cynthia Reyes and Cynthia Gerstl-Pepin

Dirty politics and educational research: The case of national standards in New Zealand; Martin Thrupp

PISA performance and declining standards: Emphasising quality and neglecting equity; Aspa Baroutsis and Bob Lingard

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised? #RevolutionSchool and representations of education crisis and reform across traditional and social media; Nicole Mockler

"You're just an educationalist": The (social) mediatisation of the deepening university-school divide in England and beyond; Pat Thomson and Stewart Riddle Part II: Constructing identities and difference

Tweet "The phallic teacher": Feminist early career research in a neoliberal imaginary; Linda McKnight and Linda J. Graham

Waging a war on `difference': A critical analysis of online public commentary relating to the inclusion of sexuality-diverse families in the school curriculum; Michelle Jeffries

The cartography of Muslim schoolgirls' femininity and the haptic-optic media materialisation in an age of counter-terrorism; Shiva Zarabadi

Cyborg scholarship: Fusion of technologies and academic identities; Deborah Netolicky and Naomi Barnes Conclusion

That's a wrap!; Aspa Baroutsis, Pat Thomson, and Stewart Riddle

ISBN: 9780815355861
ISBN-10: 0815355866
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 212
Published: 15th April 2018
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.13 x 15.88  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.43