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King Roger, Griffiths Paul & Williams Ruth (2007). « Regulatory Intermediation and Quality Assurance in Higher Education : The Case of the Auditors ». Oxford Review of Education, vol. 33, n° 2, p. 161–174. ISSN 0305-4985. 
Added by: Laure Endrizzi (07 Jul 2014 15:17:23 Europe/Paris)
Resource type: Journal Article
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 0305-4985
BibTeX citation key: King2007
Categories: Enseignement supérieur
Subcategories: Evaluation de l'enseignement, Evaluation de l'enseignement
Creators: Griffiths, King, Williams
Collection: Oxford Review of Education
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Abstract     
The paper takes the external quality assurance of English universities and colleges as an example of regulation in higher education as undertaken by the Quality Assurance Agency ({QAA}). Regulatory scholarship generally has been largely disinterested in higher education and the paper applies a "regulatory lens" to higher education quality assurance. It reports the findings of a research project on the role identities and perceptions of the auditors recruited by the {QAA} from the academic community for undertaking institutional audits. It suggests that such a group may be regarded as "regulatory intermediaries", facing both "upwards" to the regulator, and "down" to those being regulated. As such, they have an important function in the delivery of external quality assurance regulation and the paper reports on how they mediate and understand a range of frequently conflicting pressures.
Added by: Laure Endrizzi  
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