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Mexican Academics at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century: who are they and how do they perceive their work, institutions and public policies (a preliminary analysis)
The changing academic profession in international comparative and quantitative perspectives (2008)
  • Jesús F. Galaz-Fontes
  • Laura E. Padilla-González
  • Manuel Gil-Antón
  • Juan J. Sevilla-García
  • José L. Arcos-Vega
  • Jorge G. Martínez-Stack, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
  • Sergio Martínez-Romo
  • Gabriel A. Sánchez-de-Aparicio-y-Benítez, Universidad de Guadalajara
  • Leonardo Jiménez-Loza
  • María E. Barrera-Bustillos, Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán
Abstract

Based on a first cut of nearly 826 Mexican full-time faculty, data is presented in relation to their socio-demographic profile, working conditions, and opinions regarding their institution. Results, although preliminary, are discussed in the context of the changes Mexican higher education has gone through the last four decades.

Keywords
  • Academics,
  • Mexico,
  • profile,
  • Working conditions,
  • Institutional atmosphere.
Publication Date
Fall September 1, 2008
Editor
Research Institute for Higher Education
Publisher
Hiroshima University
ISBN
978-4-902808-45-2
Citation Information
Jesús F. Galaz-Fontes, Laura E. Padilla-González, Manuel Gil-Antón, Juan J. Sevilla-García, et al.. "Mexican Academics at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century: who are they and how do they perceive their work, institutions and public policies (a preliminary analysis)" HiroshimaThe changing academic profession in international comparative and quantitative perspectives Vol. 12 (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/galazfontes/22/