Neoliberal and Neoconservative Immiseration Capitalism in England: Policies and Impacts on Society and on Education
Hill, Dave, Lewis, Christine, Maisuria, A., Yarker, Patrick and Carr, Julia 2015. Neoliberal and Neoconservative Immiseration Capitalism in England: Policies and Impacts on Society and on Education. Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies. 14 (2), pp. 38-82.
|Authors||Hill, Dave, Lewis, Christine, Maisuria, A., Yarker, Patrick and Carr, Julia|
In this article we firstly set out the facts about the current stage of capitalism, the Immiseration stage of neoliberal capitalism in England. We note its relationship with conservatism and neo-conservatism. We identify increased societal inequalities, the assault by the capitalist state on its opponents, and proceed to describe and analyse what neoliberalism and neo-conservatism have done and are doing to education in England- in the schools, further education, and university sectors. We present two testimonies about the impacts of neoliberalism/ neo-conservatism, one from the school sector, one from the further / vocational education sector, as a means of describing, analysing, and then theorising the parameters of the neoliberal/ neoconservative restructuring education and its impacts. We conclude by further theorising this. With the election of a Conservative majority in the 7 May 2015 general election in the UK, the policies and processes of neoliberalisation and neoconservatisation are being intensified.
|Journal||Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies|
|Journal citation||14 (2), pp. 38-82|
|Publisher||Institute for Education Policy Studies|
|Web address (URL)||http://www.jceps.com/archives/2618|
|01 Oct 2015|
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|Deposited||01 Sep 2016|
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