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ERIC Number: EJ179412
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Publication Date: 1978
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Faculty Behavior in Low-Paradigm Versus High-Paradigm Disciplines: A Case Study
Thompson, Mark E.; Brewster, David A.
Research in Higher Education, 8, 2, 169-75, 78
The voting pattern of high-paradigm faculty (chemistry, physics, mathematics, and engineering) was compared to low-paradigm faculty (sociology, political science, history, and education) concerning a controversial campus issue to liberalize curriculum choices for students. High-paradigm faculty were not willing to grant students more latitude to select courses for degree requirements. (Author/LBH)
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