ERIC Number: ED074918
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973-Jan
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The Effects of Faculty Collective Bargaining on Higher Education.
Hewitt, Raymond G., Ed.
The philosophy behind and the rationale for faculty unionization is extremely complicated. Its steadily increasing acceptance throughout the nation is significant not only because of its budgetary effects, but also as a commentary on the methods by which the teaching profession has been managed and as a force that will have fundamental effects on those interpersonal relationships that are critical to the teaching and learning processes. The papers presented in this volume provide a variety of insights and viewpoints concerning the effects of faculty collective bargaining on higher education. Major topics covered by the papers are: (1) prospects and implications for faculty collective bargaining; (2) the effect of unionization on the collegial roles of faculty, students and administration; (3) unionization and institutional planning; (4) education and social survival; (5) unionization and campus governance; and (6) the academic labor market in the 1980's. (Author/HS)
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Authoring Institution: New England Board of Higher Education, Wellesley, MA.
Note: Proceedings of a Conference of the New England Board of Higher Education, Boston, Massachusetts, October 1972