ERIC Number: ED100200
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1974-Nov-16
Reference Count: 0
Research Data on Tenure and Governance Under Collective Bargaining.
Mortimer, Kenneth P.
Collective bargaining with faculty is a relatively recent phenomenon that has spread from only five campuses in 1966 to approximately 388 at the close of the 1974 academic year. This speech begins by citing some facts about the current status and growth of faculty bargaining. The paper then outlines briefly the three major bargaining philosophies that appear to be prevalent (limited bargaining, structural bargaining, and comprehensive bargaining), and goes on to discuss the tenure situation nationally and more specifically as it relates to collective bargaining. The concluding section of the paper dwells on governance and collective bargaining, and specifically the evolving relations between academic or faculty senates and unions on individual campuses. The paper is based on a variety of studies on collective bargaining but also draws heavily on the author's research. (Author/PG)
Publication Type: Speeches/Meeting Papers
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: N/A
Note: Speech delivered at the Annual Meeting of the American Federation of Teachers (New York, New York, November 1974)