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Prof David Jones

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Department: Newcastle Business School

David Jones

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  • An Alternative Liminal Journey of a Head of Department: The Unfolding Hysteric Tensions, Questions & Lessons Learnt, Jones, D. 4 Jan 2022, In: Academy of Management Learning and Education
  • Vietnamese early career academics’ identity work: balancing tensions between East and West, Jones, D., Gardner, T., Bui, H. 3 Jun 2022, In: Studies in Higher Education
  • Academic leisure crafting: More than a respite to breath?, Jones, D. 19 Jul 2021, In: British Educational Research Journal
  • Shedding Light on Restorative Spaces and Faculty Well-Being, Rhew, N., Jones, D., Sama, L., Robinson, S., Friedman, V., Egan, M. 1 Feb 2021, In: Journal of Management Education
  • An academic challenge to the entrepreneurial university: the spatial power of the ‘Slow Swimming Club’, Jones, D., Patton, D. 1 Feb 2020, In: Studies in Higher Education
  • Meandering as Method for Conversational Learning and Collaborative Inquiry, Friedman, V., Robinson, S., Egan, M., Jones, D., Rhew, N., Sama, L. 1 Oct 2020, In: Journal of Management Education
  • The Performative University: ‘Targets’, ‘Terror’ and ‘Taking Back Freedom’ in Academia, Jones, D., Visser, M., Stokes, P., Örtenblad, A., Deem, R., Rodgers, P., Tarba, S. 1 Sep 2020, In: Management Learning
  • Could Slow Be Beautiful? Academic Counter-Spacing Within and Beyond “The Slow Swimming Club”, Jones, D. 1 Oct 2018, In: Journal of Management Inquiry
  • Opening up the Pandora's box of sustainability league tables of universities: a Kafkaesque perspective, Jones, D. 4 Mar 2017, In: Studies in Higher Education
  • Restorative, heterotopic spacing for campus sustainability, Jones, D. 1 Aug 2017, In: Environment and Planning D: Society and Space

Robin Dick A critical reflection on self-care tensions of senior academic managers within UK universities from an Ethical Qualities of Care perspective. Start Date: 01/10/2021

Philosophy PhD May 30 1998


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