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Higher Education and the Public Good: Imagining the University


reviewed by Malcolm Tight — September 06, 2013

coverTitle: Higher Education and the Public Good: Imagining the University
Author(s): Jon Nixon
Publisher: Continuum, New York
ISBN: 0826437435, Pages: 176, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: September 06, 2013
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17240, Date Accessed: 10/21/2017 1:03:38 AM

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  • Malcolm Tight
    Lancaster University
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    MALCOLM TIGHT is Professor of Higher Education at Lancaster University, having previously worked at the University of Warwick, Birkbeck College, and the Open University. He has been Editor of the leading international journal, Studies in Higher Education, since 1999. His current research interests are in the state of higher education research internationally and the development of higher education in the UK postwar.
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