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UK Higher Education: captured by new managerialist discourse?

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UK Higher Education : captured by new managerialist discourse? / Trowler, Paul.

The changing dynamics of higher education middle management. ed. / V. L. Meek; L. Goedegebuure; R. Santiago; T. Carvalho. Dortrecht : Springer, 2010.

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Trowler, P 2010, UK Higher Education: captured by new managerialist discourse? in VL Meek, L Goedegebuure, R Santiago & T Carvalho (eds), The changing dynamics of higher education middle management. Springer, Dortrecht. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-9163-5_10

APA

Trowler, P. (2010). UK Higher Education: captured by new managerialist discourse? In V. L. Meek, L. Goedegebuure, R. Santiago, & T. Carvalho (Eds.), The changing dynamics of higher education middle management Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-9163-5_10

Vancouver

Trowler P. UK Higher Education: captured by new managerialist discourse? In Meek VL, Goedegebuure L, Santiago R, Carvalho T, editors, The changing dynamics of higher education middle management. Dortrecht: Springer. 2010 https://doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-9163-5_10

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Trowler, Paul. / UK Higher Education : captured by new managerialist discourse?. The changing dynamics of higher education middle management. editor / V. L. Meek ; L. Goedegebuure ; R. Santiago ; T. Carvalho. Dortrecht : Springer, 2010.

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