The Meanings of Mass Higher Education

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Chapter 1 Introduction

1. Perry Anderson (1992) Components of the national culture, in English Questions. London: Verso.

2. George Steiner (1984) To Civilize Our Gentlemen, in George Steiner: A Reader. Harmondsworth: Penguin, pp. 25–36. (Originally published in 1965 in Language and Silence.)

3. Martin Trow (1973) Problems in the Transition from Elite to Mass Higher Education. Berkeley, CA: Carnegie Commission on Higher Education.

4. J. H. Newman (1976) The Idea of a University. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (Originally published 1853.)

5. Clark Kerr (1963) The Uses of the University. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

6. Ronald Barnett (1990) The Idea of Higher Education. Buckingham: Open University Press/SRHE.

7. Christopher Duke (1992) The Learning University. Buckingham: Open University Press/SRHE.

8. Tony Becher and Maurice Kogan (1980) Process and Structure in Higher Education. London: Heinemann.

9. Burton Clark (1983) The Higher Education System: Academic Organisation in CrossNational Perspective. Berkeley: University of California Press, p. 274.

10. Philip Larkin (1983) Early Days at Leicester, in Required Writing: Miscellaneous Pieces 1955–1982. London: Faber, p. 38.

11. Kingsley Amis (1984) Lucky Jim. London: Gollancz (new edn); Malcolm Bradbury (1975) The History Man. London: Secker and Warburg.

12. Leslie Wagner (1995) Change and Continuity in Higher Education. Inaugural Lecture, Leeds Metropolitan University, 12 January.

13. Rosa Ehrenreich (1994) A Garden of Paper Flowers: An American at Oxford. London: Picador.

14. Claudius Geliert (1993) Structural and Functional Differentiation: Remarks on Changing Paradigms of Tertiary Education in Europe, in Claudius Geliert (ed.), Higher Education in Europe. London: Jessica Kingsley, pp. 237–8.

15. Advisory Board for the Research Councils (1987) A Strategy for the Science Base London: HMSO.

16. Sheldon Rothblatt (1993) The Rivals: Historical Observations on an Interesting Competition. Paper given at an international conference on the university in its urban setting at the University of Aberdeen, July.

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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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