The Meanings of Mass Higher Education

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Index
Aberdeen, University of, 11, 46
Abertay, University of, 46
acceleration, 114, 117
accreditation of prior learning, 156
Advisory Board for the Research Councils, 32, 51, 180, 182, 189
age participation index, 2, 5, 19, 22
Ainley, Patrick, 189
Amis, Kingsley, 5, 45, 180
Anderson, Perry, 2, 180
Anderson, Robert, 108, 186
applied social studies, 31
Archer, Margaret, 181
architecture, 132, 137–8
Arnold, Matthew, 121, 127, 129, 132, 187
Aston University, 45
Australia, 34–5, 38, 39, 84, 99, 107, 183
Austria, 39
Bahrami, Homa, 184
Bain, Andrew, 182
Baker, Kenneth, 20, 181
Bargh, Catherine, 184
Barnett, Ronald, 3, 156, 163, 180, 182, 189
Barr, Nicholas, 90, 185
Barthes, Roland, 121
Bath College of Higher Education, 48
Bath, University of, 45
Bauhaus, 122, 137
Becher, Tony, 3, 163–4, 180, 183, 184
Beck, Ulrich, 115, 116, 186, 187
Bell, Daniel, 90, 101, 135, 139, 185, 186, 188
Bell Laboratories, 140
Berdahl, Robert, 181, 185
Berlin, 122
Berlin, University of, 120, 121
Bernstein, Basil, 125, 187
binary systems, 35–8, 42, 169
in Britain, 17, 21, 31–2, 38, 50–5
Birkbeck College, 62
Birmingham, University of, 63
Blake, William, 121, 126, 127, 128
Bloom, Allan, 132, 188
Bocock, Jean, 182, 189
Bolton Institute of Higher Education, 48
Boyle, Nicholas, 120, 187
Braudel, Fernand, 145, 188
Brazil, 39
Brennan, John, 183
Briggs, Asa, 184
Bristol, University of, 44, 63, 64
British Telecom, 49
Brown, Phillip, 108, 109, 112, 186
Bryn Mawr, 7
Buckingham, University of, 85
Buising, Wiebe, 183, 185
Burrows, Alison, 189
business and management, 31
California, 34, 35, 38
California, University of, 7, 68
Cambridge, University of, 5, 6, 12, 14, 23, 44, 50, 54, 62, 63, 121, 141, 160, 162, 178
Camic, Charles, 187
Cardiff, University College of Wales, 19, 46

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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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