Academic Freedom: Impressions of Australian Social Scientists
This article reinterprets a recentexploratory study of the academic freedom ofAustralian social scientists in an increasinglycommercialised university environment. Thestudy revealed that academics are experiencingseveral conditions that undermine academicfreedom: the intensification of work at theexpense of quality; pressure to choose 'safe'research topics; the erosion of intellectualcapital and student standards; and increasingcorporate governance. We position thesefindings within the...[Show more]
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