The spatiotemporal dimension of doctoral education : a way forward
Aarnikoivu, M. (2021). The spatiotemporal dimension of doctoral education : a way forward. Studies in Higher Education, 46(11), 2431-2443. https://doi.org/10.1080/03075079.2020.1723530
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For an individual doctoral student, doctoral education happens in multiple spaces across a considerable amount of time. However, the existing literature and conceptualisations of doctoral education do not adequately address the spatiotemporal dimension related to it. By using the concept of scales, this article examines how the social action of doing doctoral studies is affected by space and time. As a mode of inquiry, I use nexus analysis, which allows the analyst to spotlight issues that routinely go unnoticed by scholars, policy-makers but also doctoral students themselves. Based on the analysis, I argue that to theorise doctoral education further, its spatiotemporal dimension has to be examined more closely and considered more seriously than is currently being done by higher education scholars.
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Additional information about fundingThis work was supported by the Emil Aaltonen Foundation [170007 N1, 180007 N1]; Ellen and Artturi Nyyssönen Foundation and the University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
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