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Universities in Crisis: A Public Sociology Perspective Koc University, Istanbul, January 4, 2011 Michael Burawoy.

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1 Universities in Crisis: A Public Sociology Perspective Koc University, Istanbul, January 4, 2011 Michael Burawoy

2 UNIVERSITIES IN CRISIS Blog: sociology.org/universities-in-crisis/http://www.isa- sociology.org/universities-in-crisis/ Third Wave Marketization –Privatization of Universities –State Regulation

3 UNIVERSITIES IN CRISIS Blog: sociology.org/universities-in-crisis/http://www.isa- sociology.org/universities-in-crisis/ Third Wave Marketization –Privatization of Universities –State Regulation Erosion of Autonomy Global Hierarchy

4 Market Model: California Decline in State Funding –Lay-offs: Non-Academic Staff –Reduction of faculty Salaries –Increase Student Fees Privatization –Corporate Donors –Science-Industry Collaborations –Managerialism Degradation of Education –Temporary Faculty –Talk: Distance learning, Shorter Degree –Disciplines Threatened Hierarchization

5 Regulation Model: Britain Making Universities Efficient Research Assessment Exercise Planned Targets – Shorter time horizons Impact Factors Competition among Universities Sovietization of Higher Education

6 BASIC QUESTIONS Knowlege for Whom? Knowledge for What?

7 Knowledge for Whom? Academic Audience Extra-Academic Audience

8 Knowledge for What? Instrumental Knowledge (Pursuit of means) Reflexive Knowledge (Discussion of ends)

9 Academic Audience Extra-Academic Audience Instrumental Knowledge Reflexive Knowledge Division of Academic Labor

10 Academic Audience Extra-Academic Audience Instrumental Knowledge POLICY Reflexive Knowledge Division of Academic Labor

11 Academic Audience Extra-Academic Audience Instrumental Knowledge PROFESSIONALPOLICY Reflexive Knowledge Division of Academic Labor

12 Academic Audience Extra-Academic Audience Instrumental Knowledge PROFESSIONALPOLICY Reflexive Knowledge CRITICAL Division of Academic Labor

13 Academic Audience Extra-Academic Audience Instrumental Knowledge PROFESSIONALPOLICY Reflexive Knowledge CRITICALPUBLIC Division of Academic Labor

14 Audience Knowledge AcademicExtra-Academic InstrumentalPROFESSIONALPOLICY ReflexiveCRITICALPUBLIC ELABORATIONS Types of Knowledge Trajectories Disciplines Interdependence Pathologies Domination

15 THEORIZING CONTEXT

16 PROFESSIONAL CRITICAL POLICY PUBLIC

17 h ORGANIC TRADITIONAL Professional Critical Policy Public

18 h ORGANIC ADVOCACY TRADITIONAL SPONSORED Professional Critical Policy Public

19 h ORGANIC SUBSTANTIVEADVOCACY TRADITIONAL SPONSORED FORMAL Professional Critical Policy Public

20 h ORGANIC SUBSTANTIVEADVOCACY TRADITIONAL DISCIPLINARY SPONSORED FORMAL INTERDISCIPLINARY Professional Critical Policy Public

21 h ORGANIC SUBSTANTIVEADVOCACY TRADITIONAL DISCIPLINARY SPONSORED FORMAL INTERDISCIPLINARY Professional Critical Policy Public

22 GLOBAL CONTEXT

23 SUBSTANTIVE TRADITIONAL GLOBAL FORMAL ORGANIC LOCAL PROFESSIONAL PUBLIC

24 SUBSTANTIVE TRADITIONAL GLOBAL FORMAL ORGANIC “Publish Globally, Perish Locally” “Publish Locally, Perish Globally” LOCAL

25 ADVOCACY SUBSTANTIVE TRADITIONAL DISCIPLINARY GLOBALCOMMERCIAL POSTMODERN FORMAL SPONSORED ORGANIC INTER- DISCIPLINARY LOCAL POLICY PUBLIC PROFESSIONAL CRITICAL

26 PROFESSIONAL CRITICAL POLICY PUBLIC MARKET MODEL REGULATORY MODEL DELIBERATIVE DEMOCRACY CRITICAL ENGAGEMENT


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