5 edition of The international academic profession found in the catalog.
by Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in Princeton, N.J
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. -741) and index.
|Statement||edited by Philip G. Altbach ; with a foreword by Ernest L. Boyer.|
|Series||A special report, Special report (Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching)|
|Contributions||Altbach, Philip G., Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.|
|LC Classifications||LB1778 .I54 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxii, 762 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||762|
|LC Control Number||96042993|
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This report examines the results of an international study of higher education systems, based on surveys of approximately 1, faculty in each of the following nations: United States, Germany, the Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Israel, and Australia. Findings are organized around seven major themes: the profile of the professoriate Cited by: 3. The International Conference on the Changing Academic Profession Project convened in Hiroshima City, Japan, January , It was jointly hosted by the.
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Scholars in the Changing American Academy: New Contexts, New Rules and New Roles (The Changing Academy – The Changing Academic Profession in International Comparative Perspective). This book provides an overview on the major findings of a questionnaire survey of academic profession in international perspective.
More than 25, professors and junior staff at universities and other institutions of higher education at almost 20 countries from all over the world provide. The Changing Academy series examines the nature and extent of the changes experienced by the academic profession.
It aims to address these changes from an international comparative perspective, focusing at both the higher education system level as well as the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics in particular.
Aug 01, · The research design recognises the importance of contextual factors in terms of interpreting the responses of the professoriate in different countries, and the book makes no claim to providing a `fine grained analysis' of the international academic profession.
Part of the Springer International Handbooks of Education book series (SIHE, volume 18) This is, for example, underscored by British social historian Harold Perkin’s description of the academic profession as the “key profession the profession that educates the other professions” (Perkin, ).Cited by: This analysis of the academic profession in 14 nations was based on responses received from an international survey of nearly 20, college and university faculty members from Australia, Brazil, Chile, England, West Germany, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Netherlands, Russia, Sweden, and the United States.
Data were analyzed and portraits, including more than tables and charts Cited by: 6. The study indicates areas that academics around the world have in common.
from The International Academic Profession Based on the Carnegie Foundation's pioneering international survey of the academic profession The International Academic Profession provides an analysis of the professoriate in fourteen countries.
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This book is essential for understanding Hong Kong's success--and it has lessons for a broader understanding of the academic profession." Philip G. Altbach, Research Professor, Boston College, USA "The one book that has presented a complete portrait of recent changes and challenges to Hong Kong’s academic profession –the book should be.
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Weidman and others published Review of The International Academic Profession: Portraits of Fourteen Countries, edited by Philip G. Altbach (Princeton, NJ: Carnegie. How the academic profession is changing / Arthur Levine --Small worlds, different worlds: the uniqueness and troubles of American academic professions / Burton R.
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The academic profession is ageing, increasingly insecure, more accountable, more international, at the same time, more Mainland-focused and less likely to be organized only along disciplinary lines. This is the first book to critically analyze the future of higher education systems in the four BRIC countries - Brazil, Russia, India and China - and the USA, analyzing academic salaries, contracts and working conditions and how national policy will affect the academic profession in each context.
Written by the director of the country's first center for international social work studies, the original edition of this book set the stage for recent years' exponential.
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