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Power and politics in university governance : organization and change at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México /
by Imanol Ordorika.
imprint
New York : Routledge, 2002.
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xiii, 274 p.
ISBN
0415935156
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imprint
New York : Routledge, 2002.
isbn
0415935156
catalogue key
4793619
 
Includes bibliographical references (p. 251-265) and index.
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Drawing from a case study of the Universidad Nacional AutÓnoma de MÉxico , this work analyses the connection between political processes and change in higher education. The author explains that while there are increasing demands these have not produced rapid responses from the university and tries to understand why this lack of response has generated internal and external tensions and conflictive dynamics.
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Drawing from a case study of the Universidad Nacional D'onoma de Mexico, this work analyses the connection between political processes and change in higher education.
Long Description
Drawing from a case study of the "Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico," this work analyses the connection between political processes and change in higher education. The author explains that while there are increasing demands these have not produced rapid responses from the university and tries to understand why this lack of response has generated internal and external tensions and conflictive dynamics.
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Drawing from a case study of theUniversidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, this work analyses the connection between political processes and change in higher education. The author explains that while there are increasing demands these have not produced rapid responses from the university and tries to understand why this lack of response has generated internal and external tensions and conflictive dynamics.
Unpaid Annotation
Drawing from a case study of the "Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, this work analyzes the connection between political process and change in higher education.
Table of Contents
Introduction
Literature on politics, governance, and change in higher education
A hegemonic model for the study of politics, governance, and change in higher education
The state, the political system, and the university
The end of University
Politics Democratization of the University
A Conservative Restoration
Conclusions
Appendices
Bibliography
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