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Honors of Inequality, Part VI

“More profoundly, Tyrrell entertained no illusion about the particularity of an institution of higher education, “the center of confluence for many social forces.” In Tyrrell’s nascent theory, the institution is most definitely not an object, a prison house of institutional research, but a field that unites cultural and material phenomena …

The Poverty of Revenue Maximization, Part II

The Fundamental Nature of Tuition-Dependent Institutions “Colleges and universities, whether public or private,” Gabriel E. Kaplan stresses, “are embedded within market and political environments that place certain [external] demands and expectations” on higher education executives and internal constituents.[1] In that respect, the fundamental nature of tuition-dependent colleges and universities reflects …

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