Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences, United Kingdom University of London
Rosemary Deem mostly deals with Higher education, Managerialism, Context, Gender studies and Public relations. Her studies in Higher education integrate themes in fields like Pedagogy and Focus group. Her research on Managerialism concerns the broader Public administration.
In her research, Unitary state is intimately related to Politics, which falls under the overarching field of Public administration. Her work on Gender relations as part of her general Gender studies study is frequently connected to Women's work, Sample and North west, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. The Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Social research and Public sector.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Higher education, Public relations, Public administration, Gender studies and Managerialism. Her work deals with themes such as Social science and Pedagogy, which intersect with Higher education. She interconnects Further education and Corporate governance in the investigation of issues within Public relations.
Her Public administration study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Legislation, State, Education reform, Power and Politics. As a part of the same scientific family, Rosemary Deem mostly works in the field of Gender studies, focusing on Sociology of leisure and, on occasion, Leisure studies. By researching both Context and Social research, Rosemary Deem produces research that crosses academic boundaries.
Higher education, Public relations, Public administration, Public service and Managerialism are her primary areas of study. Her study on Higher education policy is often connected to Context as part of broader study in Higher education. Rosemary Deem combines subjects such as Knowledge economy, Mediation, Educational leadership and Field with her study of Public relations.
Her Public administration research incorporates elements of Legislation, Excellence, Globalization, Diversity and Meritocracy. Her research integrates issues of Distrust, Status quo and Organizational culture in her study of Managerialism. Within one scientific family, she focuses on topics pertaining to Habitus under Pedagogy, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Educational research.
Rosemary Deem mainly focuses on Higher education, Public relations, Public administration, Public service and Pedagogy. The Higher education study combines topics in areas such as Educational research and Managerialism. The concepts of her Public relations study are interwoven with issues in Promotion, Focus group and Academic capital.
Her work carried out in the field of Public administration brings together such families of science as Legislation, Excellence, National leadership, Diversity and Meritocracy. Her studies in Public service integrate themes in fields like Cultural capital, Social capital, Field and Leadership development. She has researched Pedagogy in several fields, including Symbolic capital, Habitus, Research Assessment Exercise and Scholarship.
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Knowledge, Higher Education, and the New Managerialism: The Changing Management of UK Universities
Rosemary Deem;Sam Hillyard;Michael Ivor Reed.
'New managerialism' and higher education: The management of performances and cultures in universities in the United Kingdom
International Studies in Sociology of Education (1998)
Globalisation, New Managerialism, Academic Capitalism and Entrepreneurialism in Universities: Is the local dimension still important?
Comparative Education (2001)
Management as ideology: the case of ‘new managerialism’ in higher education
Rosemary Deem;Kevin J. Brehony.
Oxford Review of Education (2005)
All work and no play? : a study of women and leisure
Transforming Higher Education in Whose Image? Exploring the Concept of the 'World-Class' University in Europe and Asia
Rosemary Deem;Ka Ho Mok;Lisa Lucas.
Higher Education Policy (2008)
All Work and No Play: The Sociology of Women and Leisure
Knowledge, Higher Education, and the New Managerialism
Rosemary Deem;Sam Hillyard;Michael Reed.
Doctoral Students' Access to Research Cultures-are some more unequal than others?
Rosemary Deem;Kevin J. Brehony.
Studies in Higher Education (2000)
Contemporary British Society
Nicholas Abercrombie;A. Warde;R. Deem;Sue Penna.
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