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|Título:||Knowledge Utility: From Social Relevance to Knowledge Mobilization|
social relevance of research
|Editorial:||Arizona State University|
|Descripción:||In recent years, a more sophisticated vocabulary has emerged in the field of higher education. C ategories such as socially relevant research ; knowledge mobilization ; research impact ; innovation ; and university priorities have appeared. At first glance , these words may appear neutral, simple and free from conflicts of interest. However, I argue that each of them require s deeper analysis, e specially in relation to current scientific and university public policies, as their use ha s consequences and/or impacts both at the institutional level (higher education institutions) and actor - level (scholars, project managers, etc.) . Therefore, by shedding light on the fact that social relevance of university is a commonly addressed category in documents regulating university activities, I postulate that such categories indicate a reductionist notion of relevance that is used haphazardly as a substitute for the ideas of meaning, mission, and the a ims of a university. In order to pinpoint and discuss these new terms and categories that are used as measures of academic knowledge , the paper focuses on public university systems in Argentina and Canada . From a comparative perspective, I aim at grasp ing a better understanding of the changes in knowledge mobilization .|
|Aparece en las Colecciones:||Education Policy Analysis Archives/Archivos Analíticos de Políticas Educativas|
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