Reshaping the University

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McGraw-Hill Education (UK), Sep 1, 2005 - Education - 236 pages
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In this book, a distinguished set of scholars engage with challenging issues that are encountered by many universities today. Ideas are offered, and evidence is marshalled, of practices that suggest a re-shaping of the University may be possible.
 

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Contents
vii
Introduction
1
Part 1 Myths and Distortions
9
Part 2 Reconceiving of Spaces
48
Part 3 Possibilities for Spaces
103
Concluding Note
192
Bibliography
194
Contributors
211
Index
214
Subject Index
218
Back cover
227
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Professor Ronald Barnett is a leading writer and theorist on higher education. Based at the Institute of Education, University of London, he is also chair of SRHE. Ronald is an experienced author and has published a number of books with Open University Press including The Idea of Higher Education and Beyond all Reason which has sold over 700 copies in paperback since release in December 2002.

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