Student discipline: a legal and empirical study of University decision-making
This thesis argues that recurrent, if not systemic, shortcomings exist in university practice and procedure in the handling of student discipline. Such shortcomings especially (but not exclusively) relate to institutional adherence to norms of fair procedure. While these shortcomings may not be fatal to basic functioning of university discipline, the findings in this study advert to the need for serious, sustained and transparent attention to this area of quasi-judicial administration. The...[Show more]
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