Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Higher education, Gender studies, Public relations, Pedagogy and Quality. Higher education is a primary field of her research addressed under Economic growth. Her study in the fields of Feminism under the domain of Gender studies overlaps with other disciplines such as Equity.
Her Public relations research integrates issues from Excellence, Higher education policy and Instructional leadership. Her studies in Pedagogy integrate themes in fields like Accreditation and Organizational culture. The study incorporates disciplines such as Managerialism, Public administration, Educational standards and International studies in addition to Quality.
Louise Morley mainly investigates Higher education, Gender studies, Economic growth, Pedagogy and Equity. Her work carried out in the field of Higher education brings together such families of science as Gender equity, Quality and Public administration. Her Quality study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Public relations and Managerialism.
Her studies deal with areas such as Social science, Power structure and Oppression as well as Gender studies. In her work, Equity is strongly intertwined with Balanced scorecard, which is a subfield of Economic growth. Her Pedagogy study incorporates themes from Feminist pedagogy and Higher education leadership.
Her primary scientific interests are in Higher education, Gender studies, Pedagogy, Economic growth and Higher education leadership. Her Higher education study combines topics in areas such as Neoliberalism and Knowledge economy, Economy. In her study, Rationality, Feminism and Meritocracy is strongly linked to Power structure, which falls under the umbrella field of Gender studies.
Her Pedagogy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Empirical evidence, Division of labour, Focus group and Media studies. Her research in Economic growth intersects with topics in Quality, Value, Economic system and Creativity. As part of the same scientific family, Louise Morley usually focuses on Opportunity structures, concentrating on Employability and intersecting with Public relations.
Higher education, Higher education leadership, Pedagogy, Power structure and Gender studies are her primary areas of study. Among her Higher education studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Baseline data, South asia and Sri lanka. Her Higher education leadership study is focused on Economic growth in general.
The concepts of her Pedagogy study are interwoven with issues in Meritocracy, Feminism, Rationality and Media studies. Her work deals with themes such as Performance management, Capitalism and Public administration, which intersect with Power structure. Her studies examine the connections between Opportunity structures and genetics, as well as such issues in Employability, with regards to Public relations.
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Quality and power in higher education
Producing New Workers: quality, equality and employability in higher education
Quality in Higher Education (2001)
Organising Feminisms: The Micropolitics of the Academy
The rules of the game: women and the leaderist turn in higher education
Gender and Education (2013)
Lost leaders: women in the global academy
Higher Education Research & Development (2014)
Education and neoliberal globalization
Louise Morley;Simon Marginson;Jill Blackmore.
Feminist Academics: Creative Agents for Change.
Louise Morley;Val Walsh.
School Effectiveness: Fracturing the Discourse
Louise Morley;Naz Rassool.
Gender Equity in Higher Education
Glass Ceiling or Iron Cage: Women in UK Academia
Gender, Work and Organization (1994)
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