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Care of the Self: embedding well-being into architectural education

By Peter Holgate and Paul Jones

Abstract

In this paper we consider the impact of conflicting work, study and social pressures on architecture students in the particular context of Northumbria University. We will also consider students’ abilities to manage their time effectively, and whether architecture as a profession has a duty of care to students and practitioners to establish healthy working methods. We will also report on a small scale research initiative to examine student time management in more depth

Topics: K100, X300
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:nrl.northumbria.ac.uk:6542

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