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I. GENERAL

Harris, Robin S. (1976). A History of Higher Education in Canada, 1663-1960, Studies in the Higher Education in Canada, 7. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, Toronto: 1976.
Cross, Patricia (1985). "Education for the 21st Century." Earl W. Pullias Lecture. Los Angeles: University of southern California
Lie, Suzanne Stiver & O'Leary, Virginia (eds.) (1990). Women in the Academic World. London: Kogan Page

II. ORIGINS OF HIGHER EDUCATION

Haskins, Charles H. (1965) The Rise of the universities. Ithaca, N.Y,:Cornell U Press
Ulrich, Robert. (1961). The Education of Nations: A comparison in Historical Perspective. Part I. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard.
III. A COMPARATIVE REVIEW OF NATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS OF UNIVERSITIES

Ben-David, Joseph. (1977). Centres of Learning: Britain, France, Germany, United States. Carnegie Commission of Higher Education: New York: MaGraw-Hill
Ulrich, Robert. (1961). The Education of Nations: A comparison in Historical Perspective. Part II. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard.
A. UNITED KINGDOM:
Armytage, Walter H.G. (1955). Civic Universities: Aspects of a British Tradition. London: Benn.
Briggs, Asa. (1969). "Development in Higher Education in the United Kingdom: 19th and 20th Centuries." Higher Education: Demand & Response, pp. 95-116. W. R. Niblett (ed). London: Tavistock.
Green, Vivian H. H. (1969). The Universities. Harmondsworth: Penguin.
B. GERMANY:
Ashby, Eric. (1967). "The future of a Nineteenth Century Idea of a University." Minerva 6 (Autumn) pp.3-11.
Paulsen, Friedrich. (1906) The German Universities & University Study. New York: Scribner's.
C. U. S. A:
Ashby, Eric. (1971). Any Person, Any Study: An Essay on Higher Education in the United States. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Duryea, E.D. (1981). "The University and the State: A Historical Overview." In Philip G. Altbach & Robert G. Berdahl. (eds) Higher Education in American Society. New York: Prometheus Books, pp.13-33.
Kerr, Clark. (1963). The Uses of the University. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard.
D. CANADA :
Belshaw, Cyril Shirley. (1974). Towers Besieged: The Dilemma of a Creative University. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart.
Falconer, Sir R. (1935). Irish Influence on Higher Education in Canada." In Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada.
Falconer (1927). " Scottish Influence on the higher Education of Canada." In Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada.
Falconer (1928). " English Influence on the Higher Education in Canada." In Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada.
Falconer (1930). "American influence on the Higher Education of Canada." In Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada.
Snow, C.P. (1964). Two Cultures: And a Second Look. Cambridge, England. University Press.

IV. AIMS OF THE UNIVERSITY

Flexner, Abraham (1968). Universities: American, English, German. New York: Oxford University Press (originally published in 1930)
Gasset, Jose Ortega Y (1944). Mission of the University. Princeton: Princeton U P
Cameron, James M (1978). On the Idea of the University. Toronto: University of Toronto
Frye, Northrop (1959). By Liberal Things. Toronto: Clarke Irvin
Jasper, Karl (1960). The Idea of the University. London: Peter Owen (first published in 1923).
Newman, John Henry (1982). The Idea of a University. University of Notre Dame Press (first published in 1873)
Whitehead, Alfred North (1967). The Aims of Education and other Essays. New York: The Free Press (first published in 1929).
V. THE ACADEMIC REVOLUTION & THE RISE OF THE MULTIVERSITY

Ashby, Eric (1971). Any Person, Any study: An Essay on Higher Education. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass
Bissell, Claude T (1968). The Strength of the University. Toronto: University of Toronto Press
Brubacher, J.S. (1977). " The Higher Learning", Chapter I, On the Philosophy of Higher Education. San Francisco: Jossey Bass.
C. Kerr, The Uses of the University, Harvard University Press, Cambridge: 1982.
Frye, Northrop (1971). "The Definition of a University", in Bruce Rusk (ed.). Alternatives in Education. Toronto: Toronto General Publishing, pp. 71-90.
Jencks, Christopher & Riesman, David. (1968). The Academic Revolution. Chicago: Chicago U P
Konrad, Abram & McNeal, Joanne (1984). "Goals in Canadian Universities", Canadian Journal of Higher Education, Vol. IV, No.1, pp. 31-40.

VI. CANADIAN UNIVERSITY IN THE POST-WAR ERA

Bercusson, David, Bothwell, Robert, Granatstein, J.L. (1984). The Great Brain Robbery. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, pp.130-146.
Bloom, Alan (1987). The Closing of the American Mind. New York: Simon & Schuster, pp. 246-256.
Bok, Derek (1982). Beyond the Ivory Tower. Cambridge: Harvard.
Harvey, Edward (1974). "Canadian Higher Education and the Seventies", in Interchange, Vol. 5, No. 2, pp. 43-52.
Thurow, Lester C (1972). " Education and Economic Equality", in The Public Interest, Vol. 22, Winter, pp. 66-81.
VII. ACCESSIBILITY: FROM ELITIST TO MASS EDUCATION
Cyerch, L & Furth d.e. (1972). "On the Threshold of Mass Higher Education." In Niblet, W. & Butts, R.F. (eds.). Universities Facing the Future. San Francisco: Josey Bass, pp. 14-28.
Trow, Martin (1973). Problems in the Transition from Elite to Mass Higher Education. Berkeley: Carnegie Commission on Higher Education Reprint.
Gomme, Ian M. & Gilbert, Sid N (1984). "Paying the Cost: Some Observations on the Problem of Post Secondary Student Attrition", in the Canadian Journal of Higher Education, Vol. 14, No. 3, pp.95-100.
Leslie, Canadian Universities: 1980 and Beyond, pp.9-30.
Smith, Page (1990). Killing the Spirit. Markham, ONT.: Penguin.
VIII. ACCESSIBILITY: EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY

Anisef, Paul & Okihiro, N. with James, C. (1982). The Pursuit of Equality: Evaluating and Monitoring Accessibility to Post-Secondary Education in Ontario. Ontario Ministry of Education and Ministry of Colleges and Universities.
........................................... (1982). Losers and Winners: The pursuit of Equality and Social Justice in Higher Education. Toronto: Butterworths.

Decore, Anne Marie (1984). "Vive la Difference: A comparison of Male-Female Academic Performance", in Canadian Journal of Higher Education, Vol. 14, No. 3, pp 35-58.
Vickers, Jill M. & Adam, June (1977). But Can you Type? Canadian Universities and the Status of Women, CAUT Monograph Series. Toronto: Clark Irwin
IX. QUALITY & ASSESSMENT

Astin, A.W.(1980). "When Does a College Deserve to be Called 'High Quality'?" In Improving Teaching and Institutional Quality. Washington D.C.: AAHE, pp.1-9
............(1985). Achieving Educational Excellence. San Francisco: Josey Bass
Conrad, Clifton & Wilson, Richard (1985). Academic Program Reviews: Institutional Approaches, Expectations, and Controversies. ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report No. 5. Washington, d.c.: ASHE, pp.19-29
George, Melvin (1982). "Assessing Program Quality" In Richard Wilson (ed.). Designing Academic Program Reviews. New Directions for Higher Education No. 37. San Francisco: Josey-Bass
X. ACADEMIC FREEDOM

Shrecker, E.W. (1986). No Ivory Tower: McCarthyism & the Universities. New York: Oxford
XI. UNIVERSITY & NEUTRALITY
Kolokowski, Lezek (1975). " Neutrality & Academic Values" In Montetiore, a. Neutrality & Impartiality: The University and Political Commitment. Cambridge: Cambridge U P, pp. 72-85
Lipset, Seymour (1972). Academic & Politics in America. Carnegie Commission on Higher Education Reprint, pp. 281-184.
XII. UNIVERSITY'S AUTONOMY

Arthurs, Harry (1987). "The question of Legitimacy." In C. Watson, (ed.). Governments and Higher Education: The Legitimacy of Intervention. Toronto: Higher Education Group, pp. 3-16
Winchester, Ian (1985). "The Concept of University Autonomy: An Anachronism?" In C. Watson (ed.). The Professoriate Occupation in Crisis. Toronto: Higher Education Group, pp. 29-42.
XIII. FINANCIAL ISSUES
Skolnik, M.L. & Rowen, N.S. (1984). 'Please Sir I Want some More': Canadian Universities & Financial Restraint. Toronto: OISE Press.
Stager, D. (1984). Accessibility and the Demand for University Education. A Background Paper for the Commission on the Future Development of the Universities of Ontario. Toronto.

XIV. UNIVERSITY AS AN ORGANIZATION
Baldridge, J. Victor, et al. (1986). "Alternative Models in Higher Education." In Ashe Reader in Organization and Governance in Higher Education. Lexington, Mass.: Ginn Press, pp. 11-27.
Baldridge, J. Victor (1971) Power Conflict in the University. New York: John Wiley & Sons.
Bercusson, David, Bothwell, Robert, Granatstein, J.L. (1984). The Great Brain Robbery. Toronto: McClelland & Stewart, pp.30-56.
Dennison, John & Gllagher, Paul (1986). Canada's Community Colleges. Vancouver: UBC, pp. 11-16, 31-38, 150-153, 195-211.
Commission on the Future Role of Universities in Ontario (H. Fisher, Chairman) (1981). The Report.
Pitman, Walter (1986). The Report of the Advisor to the Minister of Colleges and Universities on the Governance of the Colleges of Applied Arts & Technology. Toronto: Queen's Printer.
Stubbs, John O. (1988). The report of the External Advisor to the Minister of Colleges and Universities on the Future Role and Function of the Ontario Council on University Affairs and its Academic Advisory Committee. Peterborough
XV. UNIVERSITY & THE CORPORATION
Axelrod, Paul (1982). Scholars and Dollars: Politics, Economics, & the Universities of Ontario, 1945-1980. Toronto: U of T
Barrow, Clyde W. (1990). Universities and the Capitalist State. Madison, Wisconsin: U of Wisconsin.
Buchbinder, Howard & Newson, Janet (1988). The University Means Business. Toronto: Garmond
Katz, Michael (1986). "The Moral Crisis of the University or the Tension between Market Place & Community in Higher Learning." Universities in Crisis: A Medieval Institution in the 21st Century. Montreal: Institute for research on Public Policy, pp. 3-28







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