Why Social Science Matters, Issue 2

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In the leading article in this issue of Why Social Science Matters, Patrick Ainley writes: “Many students currently seem in denial about their employment prospects on graduation. Some seem depressed, a few are angry but can see no collective way to express their feelings, resolving only to be better prepared than the next person to fight their corner. Many take refuge in the illusion of a speedy return to ‘business as usual’, ignoring the effect this would have on gathering climate catastrophe.” A range of contributors respond to Patrick’s leading article, exploring our understanding of the current employability agendas and the response from the social sciences, perhaps leading to alternative visions of socially valuable higher education.
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September 29, 2011
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