Higher education: From craft-production to capitalist enterprise?

Kit Sims Taylor

Abstract


have argued in these electronic pages. But the same technology - if its deployment is guided by university faculties rather than by capitalist enterprise - can be a tool which will improve the quality of higher education as well as make higher education accessible to more students. The author argues that in this struggle between the drive of capital and the values and institutions of higher education the outcome is far from inevitable.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5210/fm.v3i9.618



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