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The Corporate Campus

Commercialization and the Dangers to Canada's Colleges and University

Edited by James Turk

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Series: Canadian Association of University Teachers

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Preface
INTRODUCTION
What Commercialization Means for Education James L. Turk
PART I - WHAT IS AT STAKE?
What is at Stake? Universities in Context Ursula Franklin
Academic Freedom or C

Preface
INTRODUCTION
What Commercialization Means for Education James L. Turk
PART I - WHAT IS AT STAKE?
What is at Stake? Universities in Context Ursula Franklin
Academic Freedom or Commercial Licence? William Graham
Commercialization and Resistance: Commercial Take-over of Post-Secondary Education Wayne N. Renke
PART 2 - PRIVATIZING KNOWLEDGE
When Money and Truth Collide Nancy Olivieri
Private Interest and Public Peril at the Health Protection Branch Michelle Brill-Edwards
Academia in the Service of Industry: the Ag Biotech Model E. Ann Clark
PART 3 - TEACHING AS A COMMODITY
Introducing the Automatic Professor Machine Langdon Winner
Digital Diploma Mills: Rehearsal for the Revolution David F NobleTrading Away the Public System: The WTO and Post-Secondary Education Marjorie Griffin Cohen
PART 4 - CORPORATE MANAGEMENT AND ITS CONSEQUENCES
Betrayal of the Public Trust: Corporate Governance of Canadian Universities Michael Conlon
Impact of the Corporate Management Style Maureen Shaw
Shall We Perform or Shall We Be Free? William Bruneau
PART 5 - IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST: RECLAIMING OUR PURPOSE
To not intend, or to intend not ... that is the question Janice Newson
Shifting Gears: Creative Resistance to Corporatization Claire Polster
What is to Be Done? Envisioning the University's Future Paul Axelrod
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" The Corporate Campus provides a useful introduction to an issue that demands informed public debate."

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Publication Details:

Binding: Paperback, 228 pages
Publication Date: 1st January 2000
ISBN: 9781550286960
Format: 9in x 6in

BISAC Code:  EDU013000
Imprint: Lorimer


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