Instead of ranting he has written the fall of the faculty where he has employed his political insight to examine administrative bloat in higher education and to explain the many ways in which administrative authority has elbowed aside faculty governance in the running of todays colleges and universities. The fall of the faculty benjamin ginsberg powerful and stinging critique of one of the most powerful trends in academia the shift in power to non academic administrators exceptionally well written polemic that will stir controversy at universities across the country the author is well known throughout academia and has coauthored one of the bestselling textbooks on american government in . The fall of the faculty was a fascinating read because it combined a lot of useful statistics 50 increase in faculty students vs 85 increase in administration in the same time period of university money that comes from tuition vs donations etc with humorous chilling anecdotes and also with the authors self aggrandizing swaggering and posturing over what a rebel he has been w r t his dealings with the administration. The fall of the faculty examines the fallout of rampant administrative blight that now plagues the nations universities in the past decade universities have added layers of administrators and staffers to their payrolls every year even while laying off full time faculty in increasing numbers ostensibly because of budget cuts. Faculty members feeling besieged by well take your pick increased scrutiny of their productivity and the relevance of their research broadsides against tenure attacks on their expertise and ability to collectively bargain or their shrinking role in the affairs of their institutions will no doubt find succor in a new book to be released next monthin his polemic the fall of the
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