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Student retention and success: a synthesis of research | Advance HE
Examines the transformation of the elite British university system into an open post-secondary education opportunity for people besides the privileged, and generalizes to develop theoretical perspectives. Traces the development of higher education and specific institutions; the political, social, and economic context in which they are evolving; the relationship of the mass university to a post-industrial society and post-Fordist economy; and links between massification and wider currents in intellectual and scientific culture.
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Making Sense of an Elusive Concept: Academics’ Perspectives of Quality in Higher Education
Systems and structures. Institutions -- 3. State and Society. The post-welfare state.
Control and funding. Post-industrialism to post-Fordism. Inputs and outputs. Theorizing modernity -- 4. Science and Culture.
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Five moments of affinity. Intellectual culture.
Science and technology. Teaching and research -- 5. Understanding Mass Higher Education. The higher education system. The political system. Socio-economic change.
The expansion of higher education: a consideration of control, funding and quality. Burton Eds. Bathmaker, Ann-Marie. Steve Bartlett and Diana Burton. SAGE Knowledge. Have you created a personal profile?
THE MEANINGS OF MASS HIGHER EDUCATION (Society for Research into Higher Education)
Login or create a profile so that you can create alerts and save clips, playlists, and searches. Please log in from an authenticated institution or log into your member profile to access the email feature. Since the Robbins Report of , higher education in the UK has undergone major expansion, changing it from an elite to a mass system. This chapter explores the changing socio-economic context in which this transformation has taken place and considers how the expansion of higher education has raised issues of control, quality and funding.
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