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INTL-I 100 15451: Week 2, Day 2. "Authority in the Academy" 09/01/16

by: Sarah Harbert

INTL-I 100 15451: Week 2, Day 2. "Authority in the Academy" 09/01/16 INTL-I 100-15451

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These are notes i took in class from Dr. Nemes lecture, as well as condensing what was shown on the slides.
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Authority in the Academy: The History and Nature of the University System The History of “The Academy”: Greek and Roman Systems >Mentors >Plato’s Academy and Aristotle’s Lyceum University of Bologna (1088) > “University” is derived from universitas magistrorum et scholarium “Scholasticism” in 1100s to 1300s >Rediscovery of Aristotle leads to effort to reconcile different systems of epistemology and belief. By the 18 th century, universities publish research journals. By the 19 century, two models develop >German, or “Humboldtian model” o Conceived by Wilhelm von Humboldt and based on Friedrich Schleiermacher’s ideas pertaining to the importance of freedom, seminars, and laboratories in universities. >French Model o Strict discipline and control over every aspect of the university. Modern System >Based on peer-reviews production for professional advancement o Professor, Associate Professor, Assistant Professor o Senior Lecturer, Lecturer For what purposes? >Academic freedom, security, and stability >Advancement of knowledge >Mass- based authority system Why Does Any of This Matter?: Citing and Communicating Your Research  [Imagine wanting to recreate some object or process but not knowing  how, what do you need?]: Instructions.  Citations, Methodology, and Clarity provide “Instructions” for  Replication Annotated Bibliography: Instructions and Suggestions *refer to longer link on canvas Purpose: Learn to…  Search effectively and efficiently (how and where) >library resources, search engines to narrow time frame and find peer reviewed materials  Achieve quality and diversity in your source search  Cite sources correctly (APA: American Psychological Association)  Fit sources into a preliminary analytical and summary framework preparatory to producing your own work  Research and communicate effectively, precisely, specifically and clearly  Replicability and Testability


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