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Daria Gerashchenko – Higher Education Quarterly, 2024
How do a university leader's publication patterns change after appointment? Until now, few studies have examined whether administrative burden has a significant effect on a leader's publication patterns. This study seeks to evaluate changes in individual publication patterns in relation to academic productivity and increased administrative load.…
Descriptors: Universities, Leadership, Productivity, Foreign Countries
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Akhlas Ismail; Miriam Schiff; Ruth Pat-Horenczyk; Rami Benbenishty – Higher Education Quarterly, 2024
This study examined the role of resource loss and gain in perceived academic success of higher education students during the COVID-19 pandemic. A self-administered questionnaire was distributed online to 10,830 students from six universities and four colleges in Israel between April 26 and July 5, 2021. We conducted descriptive analyses,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Students, Academic Achievement, Pandemics
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Abraham C. Flipse; Floris J. N. van Berckel Smit; Jeroen Huisman – Higher Education Quarterly, 2024
This paper offers a historical analysis of organizational identity development at a particular Dutch university, the Vrije Universiteit (VU) Amsterdam. Our analysis contributes to the discussion on what factors contribute to organizational identity maintenance and evolution. Whereas the literature suggests a rather straightforward development,…
Descriptors: Institutional Characteristics, Universities, Foreign Countries, Educational History
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William Yat Wai Lo; Euan Auld – Higher Education Quarterly, 2024
University students actively participated in the 2019 Hong Kong protests. In this context, the students expected that their universities would support their political stance. Drawing on data from interviews with student leaders, this article documents and examines students' expectations for their university heads, how they interacted and…
Descriptors: Student Attitudes, Political Attitudes, Political Influences, Universities
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Vuokko Kohtamäki; Gaoming Zheng; Nasrin Jinia – Higher Education Quarterly, 2024
The importance of gender equality in academic leadership has been widely recognised, yet this issue has been underexplored outside the Anglo-Saxon countries. In this systematic review, we analysed 62 academic articles on women's academic leadership in Bangladesh (15), China (17) and Finland (30), published between 2000 and 2021. Our study revealed…
Descriptors: Gender Differences, Cultural Influences, Cross Cultural Studies, Leadership Role
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Danuta Piróg; Adam Hibszer – Higher Education Quarterly, 2024
The objective of the paper was to outline the possibility of utilising information from online job postings and text-mining analyses to identify mismatches and gaps between learning outcomes prepared by universities, and the knowledge and skills that employers need. The study uses job advertisement contents and learning outcomes documents from…
Descriptors: Occupational Information, Information Processing, Content Analysis, Employment Potential
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Jashwini Narayan; Samantha Naidu – Higher Education Quarterly, 2024
This study examines tertiary students' behavioural intention to resume face-to-face mode of study, post-COVID-19. A modified UTAUT2 model of nine factors and a moderator is used to investigate the impact of these factors on developing country's tertiary students' behavioural intention. The influence of these students' behavioural intention on se…
Descriptors: Postsecondary Education, Student Attitudes, Intention, In Person Learning
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Luís Filipe de Miranda Grochocki; Andrea Felippe Cabello – Higher Education Quarterly, 2024
This study describes characteristics of academic inbreeding in the Brazilian higher education system. Results show the rate of inbreeding significantly differs among distinct types of institutions, fields of knowledge, states and university ranking tiers. According to this study, inbreeding is most likely to be found in established elite research…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Faculty, STEM Education, Faculty Promotion
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Bommakanti Sai Manogna; T. N. V. R. Swamy – Higher Education Quarterly, 2024
This study aims to explore the relationship between organisational commitment dimensions and moonlighting intentions. Using a sample of 189 teachers from various higher educational institutions (HEIs), the study employs Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) to examine the impact of organisational commitment dimensions (affective, continuance,…
Descriptors: Multiple Employment, College Faculty, Intention, Teaching Conditions
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Yvonne Downie Hanley; Sherry A. Maykrantz; Jeffery D. Houghton – Higher Education Quarterly, 2024
As the roles of faculty members have continued to expand, leaders in higher education need a better understanding of the drivers of faculty engagement. The current paper develops and tests a hypothesized model of faculty engagement in which faculty member grit is positively related to faculty member engagement both directly and indirectly through…
Descriptors: College Faculty, Resilience (Psychology), Persistence, Individual Characteristics
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Mei Lai; Jisun Jung – Higher Education Quarterly, 2024
This study explores the current status and practices of master's programmes at Sino-foreign cooperative universities (SFCUs) in China. A document analysis of university publications is conducted on 133 master's programmes at nine SFCUs. The findings show the diversified development of disciplines and heterogeneity across nine universities. By…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Masters Programs, Neoliberalism, Institutional Characteristics
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Gregor Schäfer – Higher Education Quarterly, 2024
The purpose, aim and goals of higher education itself have been discussed and researched in the context of massified and marketised higher education in Germany, with a focus mainly on higher education national policies or the view of faculty staff. By shifting the perspective instead to the students, this article asks what higher education means…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Graduate Students, Student Attitudes, Higher Education
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Elena Veretennik; Elena Shakina – Higher Education Quarterly, 2024
Collaborative research papers are widely acknowledged to be more impactful than single-authored studies in higher education amidst subject area known to alter citation counts. While preceding studies have mostly recognised these two as the antecedents of research impact separately, it needs to be clarified whether the interaction of research area…
Descriptors: Research, Publications, College Faculty, Productivity
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Gal Harpaz; Tal Vaizman; Yosi Yaffe – Higher Education Quarterly, 2024
The connection between grit and achievement in a variety of areas is well documented. Nevertheless, the factors that affect domain-specific academic grit and the relationship of these factors to academic achievement still require clarification. The present study aimed to explore the contribution of three main categories of variables: subjective…
Descriptors: College Students, Academic Achievement, Persistence, Resilience (Psychology)
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Yusuke Sakurai; Shizuki Saruta; Wenjuan Cheng – Higher Education Quarterly, 2024
Employees' sense of development is an essential component of their well-being that enhances their work performance. In the Japanese higher education sector, the number of foreign academics has increased considerably due to the strong backing of government initiatives. Although studies have unpacked foreign academics' intercultural challenges and…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, College Faculty, Novices, Foreign Nationals
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