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The New Production of Knowledge: The Dynamics of Science and Research in Contemporary Societies
In this provocative and broad-ranging work, a distinguished team of authors argues that the ways in which knowledge — scientific, social and cultural — is produced are undergoing fundamental changesExpand
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Re-Thinking Science: Knowledge and the Public in an Age of Uncertainty
Preface. Chapter 1: The Transformation of Society. Chapter 2: Beyond Modernity -- Breaching the Frontiers. Chapter 3: The Co--Evolution of Science and Society. Chapter 4: The Context Speaks Back.Expand
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The Meanings Of Mass Higher Education
Structure and institutions state and society science and culture understanding mass higher education.
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University Leadership: The Role of the Chief Executive
The transformation of higher education the role of the vice-chancellor - theoretical and historical perspectives career-paths - patterns of continuity and change corporate leader - vision andExpand
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Globalisation and Higher Education: Challenges for the 21st Century
The article argues that the challenges facing higher education in the new millennium cannot be understood unless proper account is taken of the phenomenon of globalisation. Two points are emphasised.Expand
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Understanding higher education in further education colleges
This summary presents the main findings from research undertaken for the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) to understand the current nature of higher education (HE) in furtherExpand
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Reflections on the Reform of Higher Education in Central and Eastern Europe
Attempting to generalize about the reform of higher education in Central and Eastern Europe since the end of communism is made complicated by the difficulty in identifying clear terms of referenceExpand
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Knowledge work in nursing and midwifery: an evaluation through computer-mediated communication.
Recent changes in policy and culture require health workers to incorporate "knowledge work" as a routine component of professional practice. Innovative computer-mediated communication technologiesExpand
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Exploring knowledge work and leadership in online midwifery communication.
AIM This paper reports a study to answer the following question: if given a user-friendly online system, that enabled communication across the practice community, would midwives function as knowledgeExpand
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