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EDHE 6710: Organization and Administration of Higher Education

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Suggested Readings for EDHE 6710

Biesta, G. G. (2007).  Towards the knowledge democracy: Knowledge production and the civic role of the university.  Studies in the Philosophy of Education 26, 467 – 479.

Biesta, G. G. (2011) How useful should the university be?: On the rise of the global university and the crisis in higher education. Qui Parle: Critical Humanities and Social Sciences, Volume 20(1), 35-47.

Clark, B. R. (1960). The "cooling-out" function in higher education. The American Journal of Sociology, 65(6), 569-576.

Ehrenberg, R. G. (2012).  American higher education in transition. Journal of Economic Perspectives, 26(1), 193-216.

Gonzales, L. D. (2014).  Framing faculty agency inside striving universities: An application of Bourdieu’s theory of practice.  The Journal of Higher Education 85(2), 193 – 218.

Harbour, C. P. & Wolgemuth, J. R. (2013).  Giorgio Agamben and the Abandonment Paradigm: A new form of student diversion in public higher education.  The Review of Higher Education (36)2, 235 – 254.

Harbour, C. P. & Wolgemuth, J. R. (2015).  The reconstruction of community college vocational education: A vision for renewing American democracy.  Community College Review 43(4), 315 – 328.

Hartley, M., & Morphew, C.C. (2008). What’s being sold and to what end?: A content analysis of college viewbooks. The Journal of Higher Education, 79(6), 671-691. 

Hirt, J.B. (2006). Where you work matters. Student affairs administration in different types of institutions. Boulder, Co: University Press of America, Inc. Chapter 9, pp. 185-209 

Julius, D.J., Baldridge, J.V., & Pfeffer, J. (1999). A memo from Machiavelli. The Journal of Higher Education, 70(2), 113-133. 

Kerr, C. (2001). The uses of the university. Chapter 1, “The idea of a multiversity.” Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Marginson, S. (2016).  High participation systems of higher education. The Journal of Higher Education 87(2), 243 – 271.

Morphew, C.C. (2002). “A rose by any other name:” Which colleges became universities?. The Review of Higher Education, 25(2), 207-223.

Pusser, B. (2016). A state theoretical approach to understanding contest in higher education. In S. Slaughter & B. J. Taylor (Eds.). Higher Education, Stratification, and Workforce Development. (pp. 331 – 348). New York, NY: Springer  

Rosinger, K. O., Taylor, B. J., Coco, L. & Slaughter, S. (2016). Organizational segmentation and the prestige economy: Deprofessionalization in high and low- resource departments. The Journal of Higher Education 87(1), 27 – 54.  

Tolbert, P. S. (1985). Institutional environments and resource dependence: Sources of administrative structure in institutions of higher education.

Administrative Science Quarterly, 30(1), 1-13.

 

 

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