Academic working conditions: a Twitter question

Just as an experiment, I have posed a question relevant to my last post here (on academic working hours and conditions of employment) on Twitter. I have done so in part in order to explore to what extent Twitter can be an effective forum for debate (as distinct from brief announcements), and in part so as to prompt a wider response, including a response from beyond these islands. If there are responses, you can follow them here.

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5 Comments on “Academic working conditions: a Twitter question”

  1. Ernie Ball Says:

    Neither the question nor the responses links work for me: they go to pages that “don’t exist.”

  2. Ernie Ball Says:

    Must be because I’m not logged in to twitter.com (and don’t have an account).


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