As market forces and market mechanisms increasingly reframe the work of the university, the concept of 'entrepreneurialsm of the self' is useful in examining certain student practices associated with the neoliberal university. However, the chapter goes on to argue that such entrepreneurialsm does not totally define student identities within which these practices coexist with practices which resist neoliberalism's imposition of market logic on Higher Education.
|Title of host publication||Negotiating Neoliberalism: Developing Alternative Educational Visions|
|Editors||Timothy Rudd, Ivor Goodson|
|Place of Publication||Rotterdam, The Netherlands|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2017|
|Name||Studies in Professional Life and Work|
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Edmond, N. (2017). Beyond 'Entrepreneurialism of the Self': What it Means to be a Student in the Neoliberal University. In T. Rudd, & I. Goodson (Eds.), Negotiating Neoliberalism: Developing Alternative Educational Visions (pp. 71-85). (Studies in Professional Life and Work). Sense Publishers. https://www.sensepublishers.com/catalogs/bookseries/studies-in-professional-life-and-work/negotiating-neoliberalism/