‘Education or training?’: a case study of undergraduate business curriculum in a new university business school

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Brady, Norman;
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This is a single case study of undergraduate business curriculum design and pedagogic practice in a post-1992 university business school (UBS). The central aim of the research was to investigate the factors that combined to influence the design and enactment of the BA B... View more
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    Appendix 1 Participant Information Sheet...............................................................210 Appendix 2 Participant consent form.......................................................................211 Appendix 3 Thesis Timeline....................................................................................212 Appendix 4 Participant profiles / Interview Schedule..............................................213 Appendix5 UBS Case study data base.....................................................................214 Appendix 6 Glossary of terms - Critical discourse analysis - Main Concepts Applied............................................................................................215 Appendix 7 Nvivo 9.2 codes / nodes........................................................................216 Appendix 8 Extract from one interview transcript...................................................217 Appendix 9 Sample of interview questions..............................................................222 Tables

    Table 1 The Domains of Reality ............................................................................................66 Table 2 Content analysis of UBS document Plan A 2010-13.................................................97 Table 3 Content analysis of participant identity descriptors.................................................110 Table 4 Typology of dissociation amongst participants at UBS..........................................114 Table 5 The Focal Programmes ...........................................................................................127 Table 6 Statement of pedagogy ............................................................................................142 Table 7 Sample Course Specification ..................................................................................144 Table 8 Frequency of use of the words 'skills' and 'competence in UBS and QAA quality assurance documents.............................................................................................................158 Table 9 Summary of course assessment formats in the focal programmes.........................169 Table 10 Sample of assessment criteria customised from UBS-QA assessment template...170 Table 11 Business Plan assessment criteria..........................................................................171 Figures

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