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Challenging Stereotypes That Interfere With Effective Governance

@article{Kezar2006ChallengingST,
  title={Challenging Stereotypes That Interfere With Effective Governance},
  author={Adrianna Kezar and Jaime Lester and Gregory Anderson},
  journal={Thought and Action},
  year={2006}
}
FALL 2006 121 Clark Kerr noted that shared governance is one of the defining hallmarks of universities. Shared governance demonstrates the commitment to freedom of ideas, the professionalization of faculty, and the importance of deliberative decision-making. Historians of higher education note that faculty look romantically at shared governance as a much more deeply embedded pattern in higher education than the historical record actually demonstrates. Nevertheless, the case can be made that… 
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