China's Universities and Social Change: Expectations, Aspirations, and Consequences

@inproceedings{Goodman2015ChinasUA,
  title={China's Universities and Social Change: Expectations, Aspirations, and Consequences},
  author={David S. G. Goodman},
  year={2015}
}
Studies of higher education often assume that there is a close relationship between economic growth, social change, and political transformation. It is argued that economic growth leads not simply to a demand for the expansion of higher education but also an increase in social equity in admissions to universities. Students become more radicalised through this process; and both through economic growth and the expansion of higher education, academic staff who are the core after all of a society’s… Expand
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