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REVIEW OF HIGHER EDUCATION Volume 8 SUBJECT INDEX Number 1 Number 2 Number 3 Number 4 Fall 1984 Winter 1985 Spring 1985 Summer 1985 Academic achievement: black and white students, 85 Academic careers: entrance into, 123— 138 Academic computing: funding sources, 85 Academic freedom, 89 Academic quality rankings, 107-121 Administrators: careers, 1-13; cut­ back management, 84; mid-level work orientation, 88-89; skills of, 274-294; success attributions, 8283 Admissions: underprepared students, 357-373; selectivity influence on enrollment, 87-88 Affirmative action: case studies, 8586 Attrition: validation of Tinto’s theory, 319-340 Behrend College, 80 Black students, 85 Budgeting: concepts/principles of for state-level, 87; for quality, 86; inno­ vations, 81 California: legislature/university con­ flict, 81 Career choice: on-campus work, 229245 ; women, 247-270 Career paths, 1-13 Case studies: affirmative action, 8586 ; budgeting innovations, 81; underprepared students, 80 Cattell, James McKeen, 105-121 Classification schemes, 82 Collective bargaining, 83 College choice, 80, 86 College graduates: wage prediction, 193-210 Pages 1-92 Pages 93-192 Pages 193-274 Pages 275-395 College school cooperation, 55-77, 357-373 Colorado: budgeting innovation, 81 Community colleges: collective bar­ gaining, 83 Competition: in postsecondary edu­ cation, 139-156 Computer oriented programs: fund­ ing, 85 Cornell University, 80, 357-373 Curriculum: conceptual approach to design of, 275-294; influence on enrollment, 87-88 Decision making: women’s career choice, 247-270 Departments: quality, 87 Doctoral programs: survey of, 81-82; teaching administrative skills, 275294 Educational economics, 295-318 Educational philosophy: of higher education, 89 Eisenhower Administration, 15-54 Employment: on-campus, 229-245 Enrollment: competition and regula­ tion, 139-156; decisions, 80, 87-88; management strategies, 81 Environment: embedded organiza­ tions, 89; formal assessment of, 87; relationship to resource allocation, 86 Ethnography: as evaluation method­ ology, 93-105; interviews on career choice, 247-270 Evaluation methodology, 93-105 Faculty: access to files, 81; affirmative action case studies, 85-86; attitudes toward service, 79; decision-making 389 impact, 83; hiring decisions, 123— 138; role in governance, 84 Faculty workload, 80 Fellowships: selection process, 84-85 Financial aid: to postsecondary edu­ cation, 88 Financial policy: budgeting for qual­ ity, 86; for state universities, 83; funding academic computing, 85; state patterns, 295-318 Ford Foundation, 88 General education: and professional specialization, 83 Governance: faculty role, 84 'Graduate study: doctoral programs in higher education, 81-82; EdD and PhD research training, 169-186; student recruitment, 375-386 Grants: for academic computing, 85; Ford Foundation, 88 High school graduates: wage predic­ tion, 193-210 Higher education: organization cul­ ture in, 157-168; philosophy of, 89 Higher education doctoral programs, 81-82,169-186;275-294 Hiring decisions, 123-138 Historical study: underprepared stu­ dents, 357-373 Illinois: community college collective bargaining, 83; enrollment factors, 88 Indiana: merit scholars, 86 Institutional autonomy, 81 Institutional prestige: as factor in fac­ ulty hiring, 123-138 Instructional effectiveness, 211-22 Interoganizational arrangements: college /school district, 55-77 Iowa: enrollment factors, 88 Johnson Administration, 15-54 Journalism: research on as work, 85 Kennedy Administration, 15-54 Knowledge transfer, 55-77 Labor market: influence on enroll­ ment, 87-88; wages, 193-210 Leaders in Transition project, 1-13 Leadership in higher education: suc­ cess attributions, 82-83 Liberal arts colleges: enrollment fac­ tors, 87-88; faculty role in gover­ nance, 84 Mail surveys, 80-81 Maryland: scholarship recipients, 80 Minnesota: budgeting innovation, 81 National achievement semifinalists, 80 National Merit scholars, 80, 86 National surveys: higher education programs, 81-82; state financial control practices, 83 Northwestern University, 84-85 Ohio State University, 84 Organization: relationship to resource allocation, 86 Organizational culture, 157-168 Organizational systematics, 82 Organizational theory: academic sub­ units, 89; constructs of, 88; effec­ tiveness and unionism, 89; student recruitment, 375-386 Path analysis: Tinto theory replica­ tion, 319-340 Philanthropic foundations, 88 Policymaking: trends, 15-54 Postsecondary education: competi­ tion and regulation, 139-156; sup­ port trends, 88 Prediction: faculty productivity, 123— 138; departmental quality, 87; student performance, 85; wages, 193-210 Presidents: search process, 341-355 Professional associations, 88 Professional specialization: and gen­ eral education, 83 Public universities: retrenchment pol­ icies, 295-318 Public policy: ad hoc policy forma­ tion, 15-54; state financial control...

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