(2007). On Researching Ourselves: the difficult case of autonomy in researching higher education.
In: Kayrooz, C.; Akerlind, G. and Tight, M. eds.
Autonomy in Social Science University Research: The View from United Kingdom and Australian Universities.
International Perspectives on Higher Education Research, 4.
UK: Elsevier, pp. 167–182.
About the book: This book examines how and why autonomy matters in contemporary social science research. It considers how autonomy impacts upon the individual researcher, the cultures and values of the university, and research motivation and sponsorship. The authors provide a better understanding of the interplay between individual and institutional autonomy, the issues arising from this interplay, and the value of an independent academic sector to the external community.
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