Academisation and the law of ‘attraction’: An ethnographic study of relays, connective strategies and regulated participation

Wilkins, Andrew. 2020. Academisation and the law of ‘attraction’: An ethnographic study of relays, connective strategies and regulated participation. In: Christy Kulz; Kirsty Morrin and Ruth McGinity, eds. Inside the English Education Lab: Critical Ethnographic Perspectives on the Academies Experiment. Manchester: Manchester University Press. [Book Section] (Forthcoming)

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Combining elements of critical ethnography (Madison 2011) with perspectives borrowed from the field of governmentality research (Lemke 2007; Rose 1999), this chapter examines and evidences the prevalence of specific forms of expert administration considered to be operationally necessary to performing school governance. Furthermore, it considers the effects of these calculative rationalities and technologies, namely the creation of forms of epistemic injustice that include restricting school governance work to the knowledge claims of certain authorities and actors.

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Book Section

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Educational Studies

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2020Accepted

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28351

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17 Apr 2020 14:08

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17 Oct 2021 01:26

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https://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/28351

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