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TitleUniversities at risk : how politics, special interests and corporatization threaten academic integrityAuthorTurk, James L. 1943-PublishedToronto ON : Lorimer 2008
Status:Check Shelves SubjectAcademic freedom - Canada; Academic freedom -- United States; University autonomy -- Canada; University autonomy - United StatesCategorySpecial aspects of educationMediaBookISBN978152770405Call NumberLC71.3 U56 2008TypeBookDescription
I. Corporate sponsorship and the loss of integrity -- 1. Principles and interest: is the academy an accomplice in a corporate-caused pandemic? / Joanna E. Cohen -- 2. University as a corporate handmaiden: Who’re ya gonna trust? / Arthur Schafer -- 3. When sponsored research fails the admissions test: a normative framework / Sheldon Krimsky -- II. Questioning powerful interests- when bad things happen to good scholars -- 4. Collegialty lost / Brenda L. Gallie -- 5. Academic stalking and brand fascism / David Healey -- 6. Academic freedom at the First Nations University of Canada / Blair Stonechild -- III. Infiltrating the academy- the struggle for credibility -- 7. Intelligent design and SSHRC: an embarrassment for science in Canada / Brian Alters -- 8. Conservative think tanks and the academy: credibility by stealth? / Donald Gutstein -- 9. Power and knowledge: the precariousness of free inquiry / Shadia B. Drury -- IV. Outside politics inside the university -- 10. Tempers of the times: the politicization of Middle Eastern studies / Marcus Harvey -- 11. The right’s war on academe and the politics of truth / Kevin Mattson -- V. The dangers of a production-driven research culture -- 12. Production in the humanities / Mary Burgan -- VI. Perils of running a university in the corporate way -- 13. Unravelling the fabric of academe: the managerialist university and its implications for the integrity of academic work / Rosemary Deem -- 14. From the monkish scribe to the digital age: the university both continuous and transformed / Michael W. Higgins -- 15. Restructuring academic work / James L. Turk -- VII. Conclusion -- 16. Academic integrity and the public interest / Jon H. Thompson. Canadian Association of University Teachers series Includes bibliographical references (p. [358]-408) and index. 416 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Keywords

ACADEMIC FREEDOM CORPORATIZATION CAUT CANADA UNITED STATES UNIVERSITY AUTONOMY POLITICAL CORPORATE SPONSORSHIP PANDEMIC HANDMAIDEN BAD THINGS SCHOLARS COLLEGIALTY STALKING BRAND FACISIM FIRST NATIONS INFILTRATION ACADEMY RESEARCH ADMISSIONS TEST NORMATIVE FRAMEWORK POWERFUL INTERESTS STRUGGLE INTELLIGENT DESIGN SSHRC EMBARRASSMENT SCIENCE CONSERVATIVE THINK TANKS CREDIBILITY STEALTH POWER KNOWLEDGE PRECARIOUSNESS INQUIRY TEMPERS MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES RIGHT'S WAR ACADEME TRUTH DANGERS PRODUCTION-DRIVEN CULTURE HUMANITIES PERILS INTEGRITY UNRAVELLING FABRIC MANAGERIALIST IMPLICATIONS ACADEMIC WORK MONKISH SCRIBE DIGITAL AGE TRANSFORMED CONTINUOUS RESTRUCTURE PUBLIC INTEREST TURK UNIVERSITIES RISK POLITICS ACADEMIC THREATEN

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