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REVIEW OF HIGHER EDUCATION Volume 7 SUBJECT INDEX Administrators: women, 89 Admissions tests: and truth-in-testing , 321-356 ASHE and evolving professoriate, 67-83 Attrition: and residential context, 111-124 Books (see also Resources): relevant to higher education law, 295-319; significant to study of higher educa­ tion, 279-287 California: testing legislation, 330-333 Campus destructiveness, 90 Career paths, 89; 205-222 Case studies: CUNY tuition policy, 159-173; railroads and higher edu­ cation, 86 City University of New York, 159-173 Collective bargaining: and campus change, 92; and funding priorities, 91 Community colleges (see T\vo year colleges) Commuting students, 247-260 Comparative education: financial pol­ icies in, 1-19 Constitutional law (see Legal issues) Contracts and students, 413-417 Court litigation (see Legal issues) Critical event cycles, 91 Curriculum: for higher education law, 295-319 Decisionmaking: critical issues for program evaluation, 143-157 Decline (see Retrenchment) Departments, budgeting for, 88 Development (see Fund-raising) Doctoral students: effects on family, 88 Due process of students, 417-420 Economic impact of college attend­ ance, 35-47 Enrollment: precursors of decline in 89 Equal protection and access, 420-422 Expectancy theory, 91 Evaluation (see Program evaluation/ review) Faculty: effect of collective bargain­ ing on, 91; evolving professoritate, 67-83; inbreeding of, 95-109; per­ ception of basic reading for higher education, 279-287; performance of, 21-33; and workplace, 89 Faculty development: and achieve­ ment, 205-222; program effective­ ness, 49-65 Faculty evaluation: by students, 90 Federal aid: impact of regulations, 431-436; Pell Grants, 397-410 Financial exigency (see Retrench­ ment) Financial policy: free tuition, 159173 ; funding priorities in two-year colleges, 91; Pell Grants, 397-410; and pricing, 85, 86; and public insti­ tutions, 85, 86; of U.S. and Britain, 1-19 First Amendment law, 423-428 Freshmen: attrition of, 111-124; and change of major, 261-278; MexicanAmerican , 87 Fund-raising, 87 Gift-giving, 87 Governance: implications of pricing and policy, 85; state law and, 357395 Graduates: life outcomes of, 88; un­ deremployment of, 88 Great Britain: financial policies in, 119 469 470 The Review of Higher Education Grounded theory, 90 Higher education: as a workplace, 89; classification in study of, 90; orga­ nizational culture and study of, 87; rationales for study of, 175-178 Higher education law (see also Legal issues): introduction to, 293-294; resources for, 443-463; teaching of 295-319 Inbreeding of faculty, 95-109 Income predictors, 35-47 Institutional adaptation, 91 Institutional renewal, 187-203 Institutional research, 179-186 Instructional improvement, 49-65 Investment in higher education (per­ sonal), 35-47 Leadership: at Mount Holyoke, 86 Legal issues: introduction to, 293294 ; and postsecondary students, 411-441; resources for, 443-463; in truth-in-testing, 321-356 Legislation: and truth-in-testing, 321356 Majors, change of, 261-278 Management strategies, 92 Mergers: of academic units, 87 Minorities: Mexican-American fresh­ men, 87 Models: of state policy systems, 125142 Mount Holyoke College, 86 New York: testing legislation, 330-341 Ohio Board of Regents, 357-395 Organizational change: from fiscal/ enrollment pressure, 91; mergers of academic units, 87 Organizational culture: definition and relevance, 87 Organizational effectiveness, 92 Outcomes of education, 88; 247-260 Pell Grant quality control study, 397410 Pennsylvania policy models, 125-142 Persistence: of Mexican-American freshmen, 87 Policymaking: “ad hoc,” 86; compar­ ative education, 1-19; federal finan­ cial aid, 397-410; and Ohio Board of Regents, 357-395; state models, 125-142; termination of policy, 159173 Prediction: of change of major, 261278 ; of enrollment decline, 89; and expectancy theory, 91; of income, 35-47; of organizational effective­ ness, 92 Productivity, 95-109 Professoriate: evolution of, 67-83 Program elimination, 87 Program evaluation/review: critical issues in, 143-157; state level, 89 Programs for study of higher educa­ tion, 173-178 Public institutions: and financial pol­ icy, 85, 86 Public policy (see also State policy): “ad hoc,” 86; and higher education pricing, 85 Publications as measure of research, 21-33 “QC Report,” 397-410 Qualitative research, 179-186 Quality control: Pell Grant study, 397-410 Research: process-product, 49-63; qualitative, 179-186; quality of in “ QC Report,” 397-410; relation­ ship to teaching, 21-33; resources for higher...

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1090-7009
Print ISSN
0162-5748
Pages
pp. 469-471
Launched on MUSE
2017-02-01
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