Volume 4, Number 1, Fall 1980

Table of Contents

From: The Review of Higher Education

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The Importance of Being Comparative

pp. 1-12
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The Influence of Students’ Affective Entry on Instructor and Course Evaluations

pp. 13-24
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Special Problems of the Professor of Higher Education

pp. 25-32
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Colleges, Colleagues, and Cowley: An Essay Review

pp. 33-38
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Colleges, Colleagues, and Cowley: An Essay Review

pp. 33-38
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Coordination and Efficiency: An Old Refrain

p. 40
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Institutional Factors Affecting Trustee-President Authority Relations

p. 40
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Vocationalism in Higher Education: Explanations From Social Theory

p. 40
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State-Wide Goals and the University: A Plot Project In Performance Funding

pp. 40-41
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Recognizing and Rewarding Instructional Performance With State Fiscal Policy

p. 41
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Universities As Transnational Political Actors: Interdependence and Autonomy

p. 41
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Origins and Missions of Two Early Land-Grant Colleges: Georgetown University and George Washington University

pp. 41-42
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The Foundations of English “Redbrick”: Who Contributed, Who Attended, And Why

p. 42
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Implementing An Innovatoin In Higher Education: A Multi-Perspective Analysis

p. 42
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Development Of The American System Of Higher Education: The Two-Sector Theory

p. 42
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Student College Choice Sets: Toward An Empirical Characterization

pp. 42-43
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The Re-Emergence of State Postsecondary And Higher Education Goals

p. 43
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Gilt By Association: Symbols And Categories Of Institutional Prestige in Higher Education

p. 43
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Systematic Analysis And University Decision Making: The Case of Sexual Equity

p. 43
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Describing Curriculum Reform: Educational Theory And The Political Process

p. 44
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Continuing Professional Education And The University: The Practice Audit Model As A Process For Needs Assessment And Program Development

p. 44
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