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Open Access 0 hours: the role and impact of 'transient' teachers in architecture education

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This essay is written from the perspective of architecture education as taught within schools of art and design. It references and draws primarily on the knowledge and experience from the teaching of interior architecture at undergraduate level. It also recognises that the subject of zero hours contracts in higher education is not confined to architecture but generally many courses within the arts and humanities. Therefore the approach taken for this 'freespace' submission with its evocation to 'develop accessible, provocative and/or polemical work, which may be written or illustrated' has been entered into in the spirit of an expressively art and design project that rejects the traditional academic formality of 'the paper'. Zero hours, as a contemporary phenomena, also lies outside the academic world in its global reach across the employment of a wider range of the workforce. This mitigates going against the requirement for strict academic objectivity by drawing on personal experiences where relevant, as an element of primary research.
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Keywords: CASUALISATION; COMMODIFICATION; COMPETITIVENESS; COMPLEX; COMPLIANCE; CORPORATISM; CUSTOMER-CENTRIC

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2016

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