The Meanings of Mass Higher Education

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Published by SRHE and
Open University Press
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First Published 1995

Copyright © Peter Scott 1995

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A catalogue record of this book is available from the British Library

ISBN 0 335 19443 5 (hb) 0 335 19442 7 (pb)

Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Scott, Peter, 1946-

The meanings of mass higher education / Peter Scott.
p. cm.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

ISBN 0-335-19443-5. (hb) ISBN 0-335-19442-7 (pb)

1. Education, Higher—Social aspects—Great Britain.
2. Educational sociology—Great Britain. 3. Education, Higher—
Great Britain—Aims and objectives. 4. Higher education and state—
Great Britain. 5. Universities and colleges—Great Britain—
Administration. 6. Education, Higher—Cross-cultural studies.

I. Title.

LC191.8.G7S36 1995
378.41—dc20

95-10593
CIP

Typeset by Graphicraft Typesetters Ltd., Hong Kong

Printed and bound in Great Britain by
Marston Lindsay Ross International Ltd,
Oxfordshire

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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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