Time for a Change
Edited by Marilena Antoniadou and Mark Crowder
Chapter 12: The balance between teaching and research: challenges and contradictions in the context of the modern university
At a university, teaching and research occupy dominating roles. The two activities link to each other, but are at the same time framed by different conditions forming a tension field. By seeing their relationship in a historical perspective and using examples from empirical research, this chapter aims to illuminate the conditions under which university employees find and experience the balance between teaching and research.
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