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Seminar Series - Judgements on value: how can we conceptualise evaluative practices in Higher Education?

Date: 23 November 2011 Time: 12.30 - 2.00 p.m.

Venue: FASS MR1

Professor Murray Saunders

Department of Educational Research

Judgements on value: how can we conceptualise evaluative practices in Higher Education?

This presentation will discuss a framework for understanding the way we attribute value to what we do in Higher Education. It will argue that the process of value attribution can be understood as practices within a series of domains. These domains are common to all social policy areas and provide an approach to their investigation and comparative research. The presentation will begin with an outline of the social practice approach being advocated and illustrate the evaluative practices in each domain with the Higher Education sector in the UK.

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