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The SAGE Encyclopedia of Higher Education Looks at Equality and Diversity

SAGE Publishing introduced The SAGE Encyclopedia of Higher Education, “a four-volume set exploring higher education practices and their impact on global economies and global equity. Through over 600 signed entries, scholars analyze higher education curriculum, impact, organization, and policy, and whether changes are transforming or reinforcing traditional power structures.” The encyclopedia’s 12 sections cover issues including “the burden of higher tuition fees, the pressure for departments to produce more courses, and the need for research that has a clear, demonstrable social impact. It highlights key concepts, debates, approaches, and schools of thought on higher education and the roles of universities.”

Editors Miriam E. David and Marilyn J. Amey say, “This text is our attempt to codify and collect together the diversity of systems of higher education and/or universities. … We document changing forms of teaching and learning in a digitized world and consider the implications for future generations around notions of equality and diversity.”

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