The Meanings of Mass Higher Education

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SRHE and Open University Press Imprint

General Editor: Heather Eggins

Current titles include:

Ronald Barnett: Improving Higher Education

Ronald Barnett: Learning to Effect

Ronald Barnett: Limits of Competence

Ronald Barnett: The Idea of Higher Education

Tony Becher: Governments and Professional Education

Robert Bell and Malcolm Tight: Open Universities: A British Tradition?

Hazel Bines and David Watson: Developing Professional Education

Jean Bocock and David Watson: Managing the Curriculum

David Boud et al.: Using Experience for Learning

Angela Brew: Directions in Staff Development

John Earwaker: Helping and Supporting Students

Roger Ellis: Quality Assurance for University Teaching

Gavin J. Fairbairn and Christopher Winch: Reading, Writing and Reasoning: A Guide for Students

Maureen Farish et al.: Equal Opportunities in Colleges and Universities

Shirley Fisher: Stress in Academic Life

Diana Green: What is Quality in Higher Education?

Sinclair Goodlad: The Quest for Quality

Susanne Haselgrove: The Student Experience

Jill Johnes and Jim Taylor: Performance Indicators in Higher Education

Ian McNay: Visions of Post-compulsory Education

Robin Middlehurst: Leading Academics

Henry Miller: The Management of Change in Universities

Jennifer Nias: The Human Nature of Learning: Selections from the Work of M.L.J. Abercrombie

Keith Noble: Changing Doctoral Degrees

Gillian Pascall and Roger Cox: Women Returning to Higher Education

Graham Peeke: Mission and Change

Moira Peelo: Helping Students with Study Problems

Kjell Raaheim et al: Helping Students to Learn

Tom Schuller: The Future of Higher Education

Peter Scott: The Meanings of Mass Higher Education

Michael Shattock: The UGC and the Management of British Universities

John Smyth: Academic Work Geoffrey Squires: First Degree

Ted Tapper and Brian Salter: Oxford, Cambridge and the Changing Idea of the University

Kim Thomas: Gender and Subject in Higher Education

Malcolm Tight: Higher Education: A Part-time Perspective

David Warner and Elaine Crosthwaite: Human Resource Management in Higher and Further Education

David Warner and Gordon Kelly: Managing Educational Property

David Warner and Charles Leonard: The Income Generation Handbook

Sue Wheeler and Jan Birde: A Handbook for Personal Tutors

Thomas G. Whiston and Roger L. Geiger: Research and Higher Education

Gareth Williams: Changing Patterns of Finance in Higher Education

John Wyatt: Commitment to Higher Education

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Table of contents

  • Srhe and Open University Press Imprint ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1: Introduction 1
  • 2: Structure and Institutions 11
  • 3: State and Society 71
  • 4: Science and Culture 118
  • 5: Understanding Mass Higher Education 168
  • Notes 180
  • Index 190
  • The Society for Research into Higher Education 197
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