The erosion of academic freedom in UK Higher Education

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Traianou, Anna;
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In this article, I treat ‘academic freedom’ as referring to the autonomy that academics need if they are to do their work well, on analogy with what is required in other professional occupations. In these terms, I argue that there are 2 aspects of academic freedom: the ... View more
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