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Preston S, Aslett J. Resisting Neoliberalism from within the Academy: Subversion through an Activist Pedagogy. Social Work Education. 2014.Abstract
Teaching and learning in the neoliberal academy means that educators in non-market-oriented departments, such as social work, face several constraints and challenges when trying to implement an anti-oppressive, social justice focused curriculum... As such, the authors propose 'activist pedagogy' as a possible way to resist and subvert the neoliberal educational paradigm and to better integrate the principles and practices of social justice and anti-oppressive social work into the classroom.