The Divided Academy: Professors and Politics

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Index
Aaron, Daniel, 19
Academe, 1-3, 6, 299-313

certification role and influence of, 1-3, 309

and class theory of intellectual radicalism, 87, 125-132, 148, 261

and critical politics, propensity for, 11-22, 25, 36, 73, 125, 303, 312-313

faculty unionism and (see Unionization)

future political life of, 197-198, 302-313

growth of, 1-2, 169, 197

political cycles in, 300-302

political influence of, 306-313

research versus teaching "cultures" in, 12-14, 129-132, 144-145, 215-218

and student unrest (see Student activism; Student role)

Academic freedom, 206, 233

cases on violation of, 106-107

and Communist rights issue, 108-109, 137, 186-187, 302

student disruptions as threat to, 204, 210, 212, 213

Academic mind,5-6, 37-51

ideology and, 37-39, 50-51, 58, 181, 198, 199, 233

Academic Senate, 274-278
Academic status:

discipline views of, 359

of Jewish professors, 150-152

and political orientations, 139-148, 189-190, 225-227

and unionism support, 251-255, 257-261, 263-265

Academic subcultures, 55-92

faculty background and attitudinal characteristics, 342-369

Academic subcultures:

fields as units of association, 56-59, 68-69

intellectuality and, 70-71

professional socialization and, 55, 56, 68-69

selective recruitment and, 69, 74-79, 87-91

subject matter and, 68-69

uses of discipline knowledge and, 71-72 (See also Discipline politics)

Academics (see College students; Intellectuals; Professoriate)
Activism Scale (professional), 137
Ad Hoc Committee of Sociologists for Peace in Vietnam, 110n.
Adams, Charles Francis, 12
Adams, John, 12
Adams, Walter, 292
" Adversary culture," 303, 312-313
Affirmative action, 179, 219, 296, 306
AFL-CIO, 280, 281
Age, 59, 225, 226

discipline representations of, 342 and impending academic politics, 197-198

as interactive correlate, 187-190, 198-199

" political generations," 169, 190-197

and political orientations, 137-141, 145147, 169, 184, 186-187, 190-198, 215-217, 225, 226

and socioeconomic background, 170-174

and unionism attitudes, 252-255, 258-260

Agency for International Development (AID), 96

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