Sorry it's late...but
RE: Chapter Four: Challenging the "Academic/Real World" Divide by Catherine M. Orr
Orr discusses the corporatization and commodification of education and how students have become consumers and/or products of the university on page 37. How does this interact with, or complicate, feminist pedagogical goals and teaching strategies? Where do these changes maybe overlap, if at all, with our idea of what "education is" or "should be"?