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Administrative Labor, and the Professional Turn. Philadelphia:

By Reviewed Jillian and Ryan Wood

Abstract

Higher education institutions have transformed over the past decade. What used to be reserved for the elite, particularly male, members of society is now available to a diverse array of individuals. The quintessential research university that focused on learning as the end to the means now shares the academy with liberal arts schools, state universities, and for-profit universities. Students now attend universities to earn a degree or credential that will lead to a professional career rather than going for the sole purpose of learning. College students are no longer always straight out of high school and most rely on student loans to fund their education. With the types of university and student body changing, it is only natural that the internal structures of universitie

Topics: Management, Universities, Administrative Labor, and the
Year: 2013
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