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    Social cartographies as performative devices in research on higher education

    de Oliveira Andreotti, V, Stein, S, Pashby, K and Nicolson, M (2016) Social cartographies as performative devices in research on higher education. Higher Education Research & Development, 35 (1). pp. 84-99. ISSN 0729-4360


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    In this article, we review social cartography as a methodological approach to map and collectively engage diverse perspectives within the study of higher education. We illustrate the uses of this approach by drawing on our own experiences engaging it as part of an international research project about the effects of the convergence of globalization and economic crises in higher education. We offer several examples of how social cartography can enable agonistic collaboration amongst existing positions, as well as open up new spaces and possibilities for alternative futures in higher education.

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