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    “Do You Want Fries With That?”: The McDonaldization of University Education—Some Critical Reflections on Nursing Higher Education

    Holmes, Colin, Lindsay, David
    SAGE open, July 2018, Vol.8(3) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: “Do You Want Fries With That?”: The McDonaldization of University Education—Some Critical Reflections on Nursing Higher Education
    Auteur: Holmes, Colin; Lindsay, David
    Sujet: Technology ; Neoliberalism ; Mcdonaldization ; Nursing ; Higher Education ; Social Sciences (General)
    Description: Public universities, as the predominant source of nurse education, serve an instrumental role as pressure mounts to produce large numbers of workready graduates to meet the needs of the labor market. Neoliberalism is recognized as the dominant political and economic philosophy across the globe, and new managerialist, corporatized practices, as its “organizational arms,” are ubiquitous within the higher education sector worldwide. Intersecting this agenda are dramatic developments in the way university courses are being conceived and delivered based upon the increasing integration of digital technologies. Given the radical transformations brought about by Web 2.0 technologies, it is timely to critically analyze current narratives shaping the teaching and learning agenda and their impact on the nature and quality of nursing higher education. This article draws on the “McDonaldization thesis” of George Ritzer, concepts from the work of the Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben, Habermasian...
    Fait partie de: SAGE open, July 2018, Vol.8(3)
    Identifiant: 2158-2440 (E-ISSN); 10.1177/2158244018787229 (DOI)

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    "Do You Want Fries with That?": The McDonaldization of University Education--Some Critical Reflections on Nursing Higher Education

    Holmes, Colin, Lindsay, David
    SAGE open, July 2018, Vol.8(3) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    ERIC (U.S. Dept. of Education)
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    Titre: "Do You Want Fries with That?": The McDonaldization of University Education--Some Critical Reflections on Nursing Higher Education
    Auteur: Holmes, Colin; Lindsay, David
    Sujet: Commercialization ; Nursing Education ; Higher Education ; Neoliberalism ; Foreign Countries ; Educational Change ; Resistance to Change ; Technology Uses in Education ; Social Sciences (General)
    Description: Public universities, as the predominant source of nurse education, serve an instrumental role as pressure mounts to produce large numbers of workready graduates to meet the needs of the labor market. Neoliberalism is recognized as the dominant political and economic philosophy across the globe, and new managerialist, corporatized practices, as its "organizational arms," are ubiquitous within the higher education sector worldwide. Intersecting this agenda are dramatic developments in the way university courses are being conceived and delivered based upon the increasing integration of digital technologies. Given the radical transformations brought about by Web 2.0 technologies, it is timely to critically analyze current narratives shaping the teaching and learning agenda and their impact on the nature and quality of nursing higher education. This article draws on the "McDonaldization thesis" of George Ritzer, concepts from the work of the Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben, Habermasian...
    Fait partie de: SAGE open, July 2018, Vol.8(3)
    Identifiant: 2158-2440 (ISSN); 2158-2440 (E-ISSN); 10.1177/2158244018787229 (DOI)

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    “Do You Want Fries With That?”: The McDonaldization of University Education—Some Critical Reflections on Nursing Higher Education

    Colin Holmes, David Lindsay
    SAGE open, 01 July 2018, Vol.8 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: “Do You Want Fries With That?”: The McDonaldization of University Education—Some Critical Reflections on Nursing Higher Education
    Auteur: Colin Holmes; David Lindsay
    Sujet: Social Sciences (General)
    Description: Public universities, as the predominant source of nurse education, serve an instrumental role as pressure mounts to produce large numbers of workready graduates to meet the needs of the labor market. Neoliberalism is recognized as the dominant political and economic philosophy across the globe, and new managerialist, corporatized practices, as its “organizational arms,” are ubiquitous within the higher education sector worldwide. Intersecting this agenda are dramatic developments in the way university courses are being conceived and delivered based upon the increasing integration of digital technologies. Given the radical transformations brought about by Web 2.0 technologies, it is timely to critically analyze current narratives shaping the teaching and learning agenda and their impact on the nature and quality of nursing higher education. This article draws on the “McDonaldization thesis” of George Ritzer, concepts from the work of the Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben, Habermasian...
    Fait partie de: SAGE open, 01 July 2018, Vol.8
    Identifiant: 2158-2440 (E-ISSN); 10.1177/2158244018787229 (DOI)