Asher Rospigliosi

Asher Rospigliosi
University of Brighton · Brighton Business School

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September 2001 - present
University of Brighton
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  • Lecturer

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Publications (41)
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Positive psychology has emerged as a recognised discipline to provide a home for the findings of the new scientific study of happiness, fuelled by developments in neuroscience and the measurement of happiness. This paper explores the importance of the new scientific research on happiness and its relevance to higher education.
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This paper explores the place of research training in higher education in the 21st century. It examines the changing position of research skills within higher education in recent years and looks for possible reasons for those changes. There are three main conclusions. First, training in research skills has been shifting down from doctoral programme...
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Social media is a field of growing importance in our understanding of society, business and education. Emerging from the rapid adoption of internet technologies, social media is liable to grow even more ubiquitous, as the smart phone, tablet and other mobile platforms proliferate. Social media is of intense interest to business, the public sector,...
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Purpose –The purpose of this paper is to revisit the debate on the contribution of higher education (HE) to the economy which has been dominated by human capital theory and signalling theory. Human capital theory contends that HE contributes by adding to the potential productivity of graduate employees. Signalling theory, asserts that HE contribute...
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What do people need to learn to engage actively in social action for neighbourhood improvement or development? How important is emergent learning relative to planned learning in this context? Where does first-person knowledge fit into the body of knowledge required for success in bringing about change for the better in neighbourhoods through commun...
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This article explores the origins of researcher development in British universities. Its principal aim is to provide a coherent, and reasonably succinct, account of the evolution and development of researcher development that is as consistent as possible with what is known about the development of the Western university, the history of the research...
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The aim of this article is to make a contribution to understanding the ethos of action learning, by exploring how it was influenced by the early family experience of Reg Revans as the originator of action learning. In order to do so, it examines what is meant by the term ‘ethos of action learning’ in terms of its values and beliefs. The paper ident...
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Marketing evolves in parallel with technology. During the last five years, Marketing 3.0 has become the most innovative marketing approach, but of growing, is research focusing on Marketing 4.0: the marketing of big data. Much has been speculated, but academic journals have published little about Marketing 4.0. Maybe, because the total understandin...
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Marketing evolves in parallel with technology. During the last five years, Marketing 3.0 has become the most innovative marketing approach, but of growing, is research focusing on Marketing 4.0: the market- ing of big data. Much has been speculated, but academic journals have published little about Marketing 4.0. Maybe, because the total understand...
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The aim of this article is to explore the historical context of vocationalism in universities. It is based on an analysis of the history of the university from a vocational perspective. It looks for evidence of vocational engagement in the activities of universities over time, taking a long view from the birth of the Western University in the Middl...
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The aim of this article is to explore the historical context of vocationalism in universities. It is based on an analysis of the history of the university from a vocational perspective. It looks for evidence of vocational engagement in the activities of universities over time, taking a long view from the birth of the Western University in the Middl...
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This paper aims to examine the difference in the approach to the privacy of the young generation in the Czech Republic and France. We investigate the profiles of 531 Facebook users. The visibility of each profile was recorded in two ways–from the perspective of a friend and from the perspective of a random Facebook user. The main aim is to find in...
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In 2008 an article in this journal introduced the concept of a ‘fully-functioning university’. This new article explores the sort of higher education (HE) that such a university would offer. It starts by examining the idea of a fully-functioning university and its relationship with the ‘tripartite mission’ of a university. In so doing, it identifie...
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This article is about what happens to newly minted mathematics graduates. It explores data from the first destination statistics from the perspective of mathematics lecturers and others involved in institutions that provide a higher education in mathematics. It also looks at reasons why this issue is important to those engaged in the higher educati...
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We report upon implementing blended self-managed action learning (SMAL) within graduate and postgraduate courses in digital entrepreneurship. In four out of five cases, we found that SMAL was highly motivating to our learners and integrated well with a blended and flexible approach to learning. We report a case where a SMAL set broke down due to th...
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This working paper explores the application of ideas about interaction and conversation at the root of online learning (Shale & Garrison 1990, Laurillard 2002, Sims 2003) to an undergraduate course delivered at distance but aiming to provide an online interactive learning experience. Su et al (2005) discuss the difficulties many teachers face when...
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We examine media & technological determinism in the context of educational technology. We argue that educational technologists cannot take a 'deterministic stance' and should practice ethics founded on an ecumenical view of theory and technology. Taking a cue from social cognitive theory, senior educational technologists should also visibly engage...

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It looks a useful analysis. Did you look at the study by Bordo & Meissner?
Bordo, M. D., & Meissner, C. M. (2012). Does inequality lead to a financial crisis?. Journal of International Money and Finance, 31(8), 2147-2161.

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