Ironic, don't you think?

September 29, 2011

In "Taking Lithuanian leave" (8 September) Malcolm Gillies offers a bizarre neoliberal view of consumer culture in a higher education context: "Can we afford such generous holidays any more?"; "Will our students see this as good value for money?", etc. He was being ironic, wasn't he?

Richard Scullion, Senior lecturer in advertising, Bournemouth University

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