Is the Academy a Liberal Hegemony? The Political Orientations and Educational Values of Professors

@article{Zipp2006IsTA,
  title={Is the Academy a Liberal Hegemony? The Political Orientations and Educational Values of Professors},
  author={J. Zipp and R. Fenwick},
  journal={Public Opinion Quarterly},
  year={2006},
  volume={70},
  pages={304-326}
}
In the last several years, conservatives have argued that an overwhelmingly Left and liberal faculty has taken over American colleges and universities. In particular, two main claims have been advanced: (1) a disproportionate percentage of the faculty is liberal; and (2) these liberal faculty are pushing their values on students and colleagues, skewing the educational process. However, data to support these contentions come from unrepresentative institutions and/or disciplines and mistakenly… Expand

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