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2015 | 2(46) | 17-40
Article title

Dynamika „tworzenia-rynków” w szkolnictwie wyższym

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The Dynamics of ‘Market-Making’ in Higher Education
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PL
W niniejszym artykule przedstawiamy wyniki badania tego, co wiele osób uznało za dobrze już opracowaną niszę, a mianowicie procesów i rezultatów czegoś, co najczęściej określa się mianem ‘urynkowienia’ sektora szkolnictwa wyższego. Podejmujemy tę kwestię w oparciu o przygotowane przez nas studium przypadku Newton University, w kontekście którego odsłaniamy gwałtowne rozpowszechnienie się wymiany rynkowej między administracyjnymi sekcjami  uniwersytetu i jego szerszym otoczeniem. Nasze podejście do procesu „tworzenia-rynku” rozwinięte zostało w dwóch (dialektycznie powiązanych ze sobą) krokach. Po pierwsze, rozpoznajemy zakres wymian rynkowych, wyłonionych w kontekście szerszych ideologicznych i politycznych przemian obszaru ładu instytucjonalnego szkolnictwa wyższego, których celem było uczynienie go bardziej konkurencyjnym wytwórcą wiedzy w skali globalnej, jak również sektorem usługowym. Po drugie, badamy sposoby, w jakie tworzenie rynków wymaga dużego nakładu mikro-pracy, takiej choćby jak zastosowanie szerokiego zakresu określonych ram czy narzędzi socjo-technicznych (Çalışkan, Callon 2009, 2010; Berndt, Boeckler 2012). Ujęte łącznie, wspomniane procesy tworzenia-rynku dokonują ponownego dopasowania i przekształcenia struktury, stosunków społecznych i podmiotowości w obrębie uniwersytetu i poza nim, w ten sposób z kolei konstytuując uniwersytet i sektor szkolnictwa wyższego w nowej formie.
EN
This paper examines what to some is a well worked furrow; the processes and outcomes involved in what is typically referred to as ‘marketisation’ in the higher education sector. We do this through a case study of Newton University, where we reveal a rapid proliferation of market exchanges involving the administrative division of the university with the wider world. Our account of this process of ‘market making’ is developed in two (dialectically related) moves. First, we identify a range of market exchanges that have emerged in the context of wider ideological and political changes in the governance of higher education to make it a more globally–competitive producer of knowledge, and a services sector. Second, we explore the ways in which making markets involves a considerable amount of micro–work, such as the deployment of a range of framings, and socio–technical tools (Çalışkan and Callon 2009, 2010; Berndt and Boeckler 2012). Taken together, these market–making processes are recalibrating and remaking the structures, social relations and subjectivities, within and beyond the university and in turn reconstituting the university and the higher education sector.
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17-40
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2015-06-01
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  • Universty of Bristol
  • University of Bristol
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