Anarchy and culture : the problem of the contemporary university / edited by David Martin.


London : Routledge and Kegan Paul, [1969] .

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Subjects Education, Higher.
Enseignement supérieur.
Description viii, 212 pages ; 23 cm
Copyright Date [1969]
[1969]
©1969
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The dissolution of the monasteries / David Martin -- Expansion since Robbins / Richard Layard, John King -- University teaching: the structure of a profession / A.H. Halsey, M. Trow -- The government of scholars / Rowland Eustace -- The troubles of graduate students / Ernest Rudd -- Role conflict and the junior academic / Robert Chester -- Organizational forms and styles of protest / Geoffrey Martin -- Students and the press / Alan Shelston -- New reflections on violence / Paul Rock, Frances Heidensohn -- From C.N.D. to newest Left / Stephen Hatch -- The panther and the dove: reflections on rebelliousness and its milieux / Ernest Gellner -- The dream of revolution / John Dunn -- The proper limits of student influence / Bernard Crick -- Revolting students? / John Sparrow -- Between commitment and barbarism / Donald G. MacRae -- Die Bauchschmerze eines Fachidioten / Peter Wiles -- The new academics / L.C. Sykes -- The nursery of revolution / David Martin.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)16779
(OCoLC)ocm00016779
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WorldCat Identities Martin, David, 1929-
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