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Liberalna hegemonija i marketizacija visokog školstva u Hrvatskoj

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Stipković, Dan. (2016). Liberalna hegemonija i marketizacija visokog školstva u Hrvatskoj. Diploma Thesis. Filozofski fakultet u Zagrebu, Department of Pedagogy
Department of Sociology. [mentor Bagić, Dragan and Komar, Zvonimir].

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Abstract

Drawing on critical theory tradition,this thesis explains thecurrent changes in the Croatian higher education system using concepts of liberal hegemony and marketization. The idea of liberal hegemony isderivedfrom the short review of the history of liberalism, concentrating on the classical liberal era. The establishment of difference between purpose and goal serves as a basis for the discernmentbetween education and training, and also universitas and university. After contrasting thehistorical circumstances of the occurrence and the key features of the Humboldtian model and the Bologna Process, main documents concerning the latter have been analysed in view of forms of marketization suggested by D. Dolenec and L. Wedlin. The same analysis is applied for equivalent Croatian documents. Analyses showed plenty of evidence supporting the hypothesis that liberal discourse prevails and results in changing the nature of theneohumanistic idea of education by distancing from the principle of autonomy and the unconditional search for the truth, and the subordination of higher education to the economic needs, i.e. its marketization.

Item Type: Diploma Thesis
Uncontrolled Keywords: liberal hegemony, marketization of higher education, Humboldtian model, Bologna Process
Subjects: Pedagogija
Sociology
Departments: Department of Pedagogy
Department of Sociology
Supervisor: Bagić, Dragan and Komar, Zvonimir
Date Deposited: 21 Feb 2017 09:36
Last Modified: 21 Feb 2017 09:36
URI: http://darhiv.ffzg.unizg.hr/id/eprint/8008

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