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ERIC Number: ED014272
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1964-Jun-21
Pages: 67
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Reference Count: 0
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POWER AND AUTHORITY--EMERGING TRENDS AND ASPIRATIONS, PROCEEDINGS OF THE STANFORD-BERKELEY SEMINAR FOR JUNIOR COLLEGE PRESIDENTS (2D, BERKELEY, JUNE 19-21, 1964).
MEDSKER, LELAND L.; TILLERY, HARRY DALE
FIVE PAPERS ARE REPRODUCED IN THIS REPORT. DR. DONALD D. JACKSON DISCUSSED THE CHANGING POWER STRUCTURE IN MODERN SOCIETIES, AS PREPARATION FOR THE EXAMINATION OF TRENDS RELEVANT TO CRUCIAL ASPECTS OF THE COLLEGE COMMUNITY. GORDON W. BLACKWELL DESCRIBED THE FORMAL POWER STRUCTURE, THE INFORMAL POWER STRUCTURE, AND AREAS OF TENSION IN STATE INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING. REASONS FOR STUDYING COMMUNITY POWER RECEIVED THE PRIMARY EMPHASIS IN MARTHA DERTHICK'S PRESENTATION, WHICH ALSO CONCERNED METHODS OF CONDUCTING SUCH STUDIES. BURTON CLARK DISCUSSED INTERNAL FORCES IN THE COLLEGE COMMUNITY, WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO THE ROLE OF FACULTIES. JOSEPH D. LOHMAN RELATED THE COLLEGE TO THE ASPIRATIONS AND REALITIES OF YOUTH AS THEY AFFECT VARIOUS ASPECTS OF POWER AND AUTHORITY. (WO)
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Authoring Institution: California Univ., Berkeley.; Stanford Univ., CA.
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