Journal of Higher Education

A journal covering higher education issues in management and teaching for the academic audience.

Articles from Vol. 68, No. 4, July-August

A Subcultural Study of Gay and Bisexual College Males: Resisting Developmental Inclinations
Introduction Lack of knowledge of the collegiate experiences of lesbian, gay, and bisexual students forms a significant gap in the higher education literature. Not only is there minimal research-based work in this area, some of the most prominent research...
"Liberal Arts" Colleges and the Myth of Uniqueness
Introduction At least two problems face most liberal arts colleges in the 1990s. First, although the annual population of high-school graduates is expected to rise slowly in the United States through the remainder of the decade, regional differences...
State Policy and the Public Research University: A Case Study of Manifest and Latent Intentions
The 1990s are unquestionably bringing to light a growing array of uncertainties regarding the future of higher education. Recent survey data suggest that the support of the general public and political leaders for higher education is more fragile than...
Undergraduate Political Attitudes: Peer Influence in Changing Social Contexts
Students are influenced in a number of ways by the colleges and universities they attend. Many of these influences, of course, are intentional and planned. Higher education institutions and their faculties, for example, develop formal academic programs...
Who Decides Which Budgets to Cut?
Introduction The 1950s and 60s were decades of tremendous growth and public investment in postsecondary education. In contrast, much of the 1970s and 80s was a no-growth period interspersed with episodes of retrenchment related to economic recessions...
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