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TitleAcademic freedom in conflict : the struggle over free speech rights in the universityAuthorPublishedToronto ON : Lorimer 2014
Status:Check Shelves SubjectAcademic freedom -- Canada; Academic freedom -- United States; Freedom of speech -- Canada; Freedom of speech -- United StatesCategorySpecial aspects of educationMediaBookISBN9781459406292Call NumberLC71.3 A233 2014TypeBookDescription
Contents: I. Academic freedom and institutional autonomy. Professors beware: the evolving threat of "institutional" academic freedom / David M. Rabban ; Institutional autonomy and academic freedom in the managed university / Len Findlay -- II. Academic freedom and disciplinary norms. Academic freedom and professional standards: a case study / Matthew W. Finkin ; The right to think otherwise / Mark Gabbert ; The limits of academic freedom / Joan W. Scott -- III. Academic freedom and religious belief. Academic freedom as a constraint on freedom of religion / John Baker ; Academic freedom and religious conviction at Canada’s faith-based universities and colleges / William Bruneau ; Academic freedom from a Christian university perspective: a personal reflection / Gerald Gerbrandt -- IV. Academic freedom and equity. Demonstrations on campus and the case of Israel Apartheid Week / Richard Moon ; Balancing academic freedom and freedom from discrimination in contested spaces / Anver Saloojee ; Academic freedom and the federal idea / David Schneiderman -- V. Academic freedom and the growth of university-industry collaborations. Academic freedom, conflicts of interest, and the growth of university-industry collaborations / Sheldon Krimsky ; University-industry relations in the U.S.: serving private interests / Risa L. Lieberwitz ; Protecting the integrity of academic work in corporate collaborations / James L. Turk -- VI. Academic freedom and freedom of expression. Giving and taking offence: civility, respect, and academic freedom / Jamie Cameron.
Canadian Association of University Teachers series
Includes bibliographical references and index.
90 pages ; 22 cm
ACADEMIC FREEDOM FREE SPEECH RIGHTS UNIVERSITY CAUT INSTITUTIONAL AUTONOMY PROFESSORS INSTITUTIONAL DISCIPLINARY NORMS PROFESSIONAL STANDARDS CASE STUDY LIMITS RELIGION RELIGIOUS BELIEFS BELIEFS CONVICTION FAITH-BASED UNIVERSITIES COLLEGES CHRISTIAN EQUITY DEMONSTRATIONS CAMPUS ISRAEL APARTHEID BALANCING DISCRIMINATION CONTESTED SPACES FEDERAL UNIVERSITY-INDUSTRY COLLABORATIONS CONFLICTS OF INTEREST CONFLICTS INTERESTS GROWTH UNIVERSITY-INTEGRITY RELATIONS UNITED STATES PRIVATE OFFENCE CIVILITY RESPECT TURK STRUGGLE