Subject Index to Volume 14
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REVIEW OF HIGHER EDUCATION Volume 14 SUBJECT INDEX Number 1 Number 2 Number 3 Number 4 Academic freedom: definitions and uses, 5-32 Academic program quality, 155176 Academic rank: gender equity, 511-525 Access: tofinancial aid,359-381; totenure reviewdocuments, 275 Accreditation: professional schools, 217-237 Administrators: social origins, 485-509; staffing decisions, 279; view ofnew faculty, 177199 Adult students: development, 278,retention, 280-281 African-American education, 276 American Indian education, 429-452 Assessment: professional schools, 217-237; Virginia state policy, 274 Authority: perceived/preferred location, 135-153 Autonomy (see Institutional autonomy) Blacks (see African-American education) Brazil: university structure, 278 Pages 1-134 Pages 135-292 Pages 292-428 Pages 429-536 California: master plan, 278 Campus life: impact, 453-466; view from dorms, 117-127 Careers: early income, 83-99; paths of higher education graduates, 63-81 Catholic colleges, 282-283 Community colleges: faculty preparation, 280; financial governance patterns, 277; mission,274; organizational decline/faculty unionism, 278; Competition: institutional, 101 115; for academic research, 275 Cultural conflict: American In­ dians, 429-452 Culturaldiversity: attitudes,283 Curriculum: organizational concept, 282 Decision-making: institutional, 135-153 Diversity: administrators, 485509 ; studentsocialconcerns, 277; student attitudes, 283 Doctoral degrees: faculty preparation, 280 Doctoral programs: graduate career paths, 63-81; higher education programs, 282; 537 538 Summer 1991 volume 14, no. 4 pre-service faculty devel­ opment programs, 275 Donors, 280 Economic development: higher education's role, 33-45 Educational research: parochi­ alism, 47-62 Equity: gender issues, 511-525 External degree programs, 280281 Faculty: access to tenure review documents,275;community college,280;job satisfaction, 281, 282; new, 177-197; pre­ service development pro­ grams, 275; professional re­ wards, 263-272; publication output, 280; recruitment of future, 407-422; recruitment /retention policies, 251-262; research control, 274; research productivity, 276; staffing issues for the future, 467-483; unionism, 278 Finance: community college governance patterns, 277; tuition determinants, 339358 Financial aid/student (see Stu­ dent financial aid) Fund raising: donors, 280; outcomes /effectiveness, 277; summary of, 276 Future ofhigher education, 467483 Genderdisparities: rank/salary, 511-525 Governance: financial patterns, 277; monitoring quality, 283 Grades: effect on income, 83-99 Graduate students: socializa­ tion, 407, 422 Higher education: Brazilian universities, 278; California master plan, 278; impact on students, 453-466; K-12 role, 284; knowledge construc­ tion, 199-216; moralcollapse, 527-536; patterns of devel­ opment, 293-315; symptoms /values, 101-115; tra­ ditional vs. complex faculty roles, 263-272 Higher education as a field of study: career paths, 63-81; doctoral study, 283; pre-ser­ vice faculty development programs, 275 History: of colonial colleges, 429-452; ofhighereducation, 293-315; of missionarysponsored Black higher education, 276 Income: effect of grades, 83-99 Industry-university relation­ ships, 33-45 Information dissemination: legislators, 279 Institutional autonomy, 135-153 Institutional culture, 199-216, 282 Institutional distinctiveness, 276-277 Internationalism: educational research, 47-62 Job satisfaction, 281, 282 Knowledge: certifying via pub­ lications, 1-4; construction of, 199-216 Labor market theory, 279 Leadership: theological semi­ The Review of Higher Education 539 naries, 281 Legislative relations, 279 Loyalty: institutional, 263-272; professional, 251-262 Master plans: California, 278 M inority groups: African Americans, 276; American Indians, 429-451 Mission: colonial colleges, 429451 ; community colleges, 274 Missionary education, 276 Motivation: faculty, 282 Multi-site research, 317-337 National Donor Data Base Project, 280 NationalPostsecondaryStudent Aid Survey, 359-381 Naturalistic ethics, 239-250 Organizational decline, 278 "Performance doctrine," 276 Persistence: effects of financial aid, 383-406 Planning: institutional, 282,467483 ; master plans, 278; stra­ tegic, 281 Private institutions: fund rais­ ing, 277; public policies, 284 Productivity: faculty, 280 Professional education: cur­ riculum, 282 Professional schools: assess­ ment/accreditation, 217-237 Program evaluation: academic quality, 155-176; improve­ ment needs in undergradu­ ate professional programs, 217-237 Public institutions: academic freedom in, 5-32; fund rais­ ing, 277 Public policy: and independent higher education, 284; "marginal" issues, 284 Publishing: faculty output, 280; manuscript survey, 1-4 Quality: academic programs, 155-176; monitoring institu­ tional, 283 Qualitative research methods, 284, 317-337 Racial issues: diversity, 277 Religious institutions: changes in Catholic, 282; leadership, 281 Research: competition for, 275; industry/university agree­ ments, 33-45; institutional control, 274; need for inter­ nationalism, 47...


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