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Modern transformations of the University in Britain

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This article seeks to evaluate universities against an ideal and finds the modern university gravely wanting in terms of its governance, staff and student relationships, and in the way it delivers its teaching and research. It is corrupted by power relationships, the lack of real accountability of SMTs, the failure to recognise the disciplines and ultimate unity envisaged in the quest for knowledge and understanding.
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Keywords: anonymity of students; the community of learning; university governance; university research; university teaching

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: The University of Birmingham, Department of Theology, Graduate Institute for Theology and Religion, Birmingham, UK

Publication date: December 1, 2013

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