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The Dynamics of Change in Higher EducationThe Dynamics of Change

The Dynamics of Change in Higher Education: The Dynamics of Change [This book distinguishes between three types of explanation for change: (a) structural, (b) cultural, and (c) interest-group approaches. Structural change includes two processes. One is related to technological, economic, and social changes in society that have conditioned the establishment of the various study programmes and educational institutions that constitute college education, and also had an impact on the organisation of this sector and the content of the programmes. The other is related to self-generated changes in the educational system itself, such as the large expansion in the number of schools and colleges leading to a complex and not easily manageable organisational field, in the view of the state bureaucracy.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

The Dynamics of Change in Higher EducationThe Dynamics of Change

Part of the Higher Education Dynamics Book Series (volume 27)

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Publisher
Springer Netherlands
Copyright
© Springer Netherlands 2009
ISBN
978-1-4020-9245-9
Pages
189 –205
DOI
10.1007/978-1-4020-9248-0_9
Publisher site
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Abstract

[This book distinguishes between three types of explanation for change: (a) structural, (b) cultural, and (c) interest-group approaches. Structural change includes two processes. One is related to technological, economic, and social changes in society that have conditioned the establishment of the various study programmes and educational institutions that constitute college education, and also had an impact on the organisation of this sector and the content of the programmes. The other is related to self-generated changes in the educational system itself, such as the large expansion in the number of schools and colleges leading to a complex and not easily manageable organisational field, in the view of the state bureaucracy.]

Published: Jan 1, 2009

Keywords: High Education; High Education Institution; Study Programme; Vertical Integration; High Education System

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