Bateson, Rositsa and Taylor, John
Student involvement in university life - beyond political activism in university governance: a view from central and eastern europe
European Journal of Education, 39, (4), . (doi:10.1111/j.1465-3435.2004.00198.x).
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Since the 1980s and early 1990s, much attention has focused on the position of students as stakeholders in the process of higher education. The importance of student evaluation is now widely recognised; in many countries, the move toward fee-based funding has increased the power of students as 'consumers' of their education. At the same time, it is often asserted that students are reluctant to participate in university life, concerned primarily (sometimes exclusively) with obtaining their formal qualification and less with wider aspects of higher education. The views and attitudes prevalent in the student population and within institutions themselves on such issues vary widely. This debate is an international one, but is especially relevant in the rapidly changing higher education systems of Central and Eastern Europe.
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