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Forming the Academic Profession in East Asia A Comparative Analysis

By Terri Kim Copyright 2001
    358 Pages
    by Routledge

    358 Pages
    by Routledge

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    Originally published in 2001, Forming the Academic Profession in East Asia, examines the changing shape of the academic profession in South Korea, Malaysia and Singapore since the colonial period, and as a reflection of both the inherited models of higher education and their redefinition after the colonial period. The analysis takes into account the connections and disconnections between the colonial and postcolonial periods in shaping the academic profession.

    Foreword by Cowen


    List of Tables

    1. Introduction

    2. Ideal Typical Models

    3. The Colonial Period

    4. The Post-colonial Period

    5. The Conclusion




    Terri Kim