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Managerialism and equalities; tensions within widening access policy and practice for disabled students in UK universities

Publication type
Riddell,S.; Weeden,E.; Fuller,M.; Healey,M.; Hurst,A.; Kelly,K.; Piggot,L;. (2007) Managerialism and equalities; tensions within widening access policy and practice for disabled students in UK universities . Higher Education, 54 (4). pp. 615-628.

Abstract

The paper is based on a four-year longitudinal project looking at the experiences of disabled students in higher education in four universities in Britain.
Publication type:
Article
Theme(s) and sub-theme(s):
Generic Themes > Disability
Access and widening participation > Admissions policies, practices and supporting infrastructure
Access and widening participation > Barriers to participation
Authors:
Riddell,S.; Weeden,E.; Fuller,M.; Healey,M.; Hurst,A.; Kelly,K.; Piggot,L;
Publication title:
Higher Education
Official URL:
Reference number:
AWP284
Summary deposited on:
19 Dec 2007
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