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  1. Higher education, pedagogy and the 'customerisation' of teaching and learning.Kevin Love - 2008 - Journal of Philosophy of Education 42 (1):15-34.
    It is well documented that the application of business models to the higher education sector has precipitated a managerialistic approach to organisational structures ( Preston, 2001 ). Less well documented is the impact of this business ideal on the student-teacher encounter. It is argued that this age-old relation is now being configured (conceptually and organisationally) in terms peculiar to the business sector: as a customer-product relation. It is the applicability and suitability of such a configuration that specifically concerns this contribution. (...)
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  • Is There an Ethics of Diabolical Evil? Sex Scandals, Family Romance, and Love in the School & Academy.Jan Jagodzinski - 2006 - Studies in Philosophy and Education 25 (5-6):335-362.
    This essay attempts to examine the difficult question of sex scandals both in public school settings and in the academy. It raises issues over the way authority in the classroom is unequally exercised by both male and female teachers in terms of power and seduction. However, the Law remains explicit when it comes to judging who is at fault within a-student relationship that collapses into the bedroom. The ethics that surround such sexual affairs is raised through the psychoanalytic and philosophical (...)
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  • ‘How Well He's Read, To Reason Against Reading’: Language, Eros and Education in Shakespeare'sLove's Labour's Lost.Valentin Gerlier - 2019 - Journal of Philosophy of Education 53 (3):589-604.