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Academic litigation as educational consumerism

Wayne L. Whelan

Academic litigation as educational consumerism

by Wayne L. Whelan

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Published by National League for Nursing in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Medical education -- Law and legislation -- United States -- Cases.,
    • Students -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States -- Cases.,
    • Consumer protection -- Law and legislation -- United States -- Cases.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementWayne L. Whelan.
      ContributionsNational League for Nursing.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF2907.E3 W48
      The Physical Object
      Pagination26 p. ;
      Number of Pages26
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4128374M
      LC Control Number80105368

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Academic litigation as educational consumerism by Wayne L. Whelan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Genre/Form: Trials, litigation, etc Legislation Cases: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Whelan, Wayne L. Academic litigation as educational consumerism. Title(s): Academic litigation as educational consumerism/ Wayne L. Whelan. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: National League for Nursing, c Description: v, 26 p.

Consumer Litigation and Insurance Defense is a novel casebook. It fills that void by presenting a comprehensive analysis of state and federal consumer-law and insurance-defense decisions.

Willy E. Rice is a professor of law at St. Mary’s University School of Law in San Antonio, Texas. He has multiple degrees: J.D., University of Texas at Austin; post-doctorate degree, Johns.

them earn their diplomas. Cornell hopes to someday improve the education system in the United States as a college or university president. The Effects of Consumerism on Access to Higher Education Cornell F. Woodson The American higher education system is under an immense amount of pressureCited by: 2.

According to a article in Harper’s Magazine by Mark Edmundson titled On the Uses of a Liberal Education, universities are changing due to consumerism affecting the education system. A professor of English at the University of Virginia. In the article, Edmundson says his overall point is that Academic litigation as educational consumerism book consumer ethos is winning (Edmundson 50).

Simon Benlow’s “Have It Your Way: Consumerism Invades Education”: A Summary Students are being seen as consumers when it comes to their education and the university they choose. Benlow argues that companies are buying access to student’s brains. The phrase “Have it Your Way” is used to describe how the universities keep the students.

Institutions today must compete with one another for students, resources and prestige, and students know it.

Institutions aim to develop, re-engineer, repurpose and restructure their academic and administrative processes in response to student consumerism.

Student consumerism has become common in educational systems. [1] Students are increasingly vocalizing their needs and demanding. Part I A. The Crisis: Consumerism, Conformity, and Uncritical Thinking 1.

Consumeristic Society One recent study found that by age 16 the typical American will have seen almost six million ads.1 This translates into more than one ad per waking minute.2 Such unrelenting commercial bombardment is exerting a powerful e ect on American culture.

Education and Consumerism John Holt and Ivan Illich often linked compulsory schooling to rampant consumerism, and certainly we have seen corporate America exploit this connection by getting children hooked, through advertising and other forms of.

But changing the consumer takeover of higher education will be one of the most difficult challenges of postconsumerism. Higher education isn’t like a big screen TV.

It’s truly not a luxury item that you can choose to have or not have with no actual loss to your quality of life. For many people, higher education is an absolute requirement in.

concerned consumers could actually improve educational quality much as consumer watchdogs or labor unions monitor corporations to assure quality and safety. Despite the ample scholarly analysis devoted to consumerism in higher education, rarely does research critically address the type of consumer that the market mentality produces.

PDF Drive is your search engine for PDF files. As of today we h, eBooks for you to download for free. No annoying ads, no download limits, enjoy it. Others contend student consumerism is useful for giving students a say in teaching practice, thereby democratising the education process (Obermiller & Atwood, ).

Writing from a management perspective, Naidoo and Jamieson () have called for a more active research agenda on student consumerism in the UK.

Schor starts by looking at a time when constantly accelerating consumption was more controversial. Ineconomist Thorstein Veblen published The Theory of the Leisure Class, the book that gave us the phrase “conspicuous consumption.” Veblen questioned the desirability of consumerism.

Books shelved as anti-consumerism: The High Price of Materialism by Tim Kasser, Born to Buy: A Groundbreaking Exposé of a Marketing Culture That Makes Ch.

“Academic entitlement” is a pervasive term in recent literature on student behavior and can be applied to many of the situations described above. Research on academic entitlement has produced startling statistics.

A study conducted by Ellen Greenberger and colleagues at the University of California, Irvine, found that. UVA Law professor Kimberly Jenkins Robinson foresees new fights at the Supreme Court as litigants seek fairness in public school funding across the nation.

Her new book, “A Federal Right to Education: Fundamental Questions for Our Democracy,” is published by NYU Press. Robinson is the Elizabeth D. and Richard A. Merrill Professor of Law and a senior research fellow at the.

Anyway, the consumerism of resulted, as you will recall, in considerable antitrust as well as labor-rights legislation. The teeth of our antitrust laws and the economic power of labor unions can be traced to the consumerism of that time. Then, consumerism declined with the build-up of international tension that culminated in World War I.

Consumerism is supported by manufacturers who do their best to sell their products by encouraging people to buy more and more. An example of this is the smartphone market.

According to Pulitzer-Prize-winning American author Anna Quindlen, “A person in the United States replaces a cell phone every 16 months, not because the cell phone is old.

Consumerism on campus refers to whether the school's publicized policies, such as fees and graduation requirements, are upheld. When contractual arrangement between student and institution is violated either student dismissal or judicial relief against the school may be.

The facts, issues, and final judgements of 53 court cases are presented in this compilation focusing on the legal aspects of the student consumerism movement. The first 18 cases cited deal with issues related to admissions, such as reverse discrimination, admission fees, residency, fraudulent misrepresentation, employment promise, contractual obligations of schools, and denial of admission .Registered Office: Broadway, Fifth Floor, New York, NY USA.consumerism is marketing.

Advertising is everywhere: on television, on billboards, in newspapers and magazines. Corporations pay enormous sums for “naming rights” of public facilities so that their brand is kept in people’s minds.

Educational news programs provided free to schools contain advertisements directed at children. Marketing.