Hochschulzulassung, Neoliberalismus und das ZufälligeNov 18th, 2015 | By Christoph Müller | Category: New Forms of the Social, Sociohistorical analysis, Topics
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It will be demonstrated on the basis of deregulation of university admission in Germany that neoliberal inspired reforms can show characteristics of an ideology – if “ideology” is understood as the willingness to ignore historical experience, scientific results, expert opinions and common sense based on political and economic fundamental convictions. This even holds true for the universities’ conduct. It will also be questioned if random student admission could be a deliberate part of social engineering of admission procedures even only as a symbolic act of acknowledging limits in the rational administration of educational biographies and in the vindicatory policies of selection procedures.
College admission, Neoliberalism, Social engineering, Random selection
Christoph Müller “Hochschulzulassung, Neoliberalismus und das Zufällige,” Journal of New Frontiers in Spatial Concepts, ISSN 1868-6648, vol. 7 (2015), 41 – 51, Article ID http://ejournal.uvka.de/spatialconcepts/archives/1957, Pages: 10