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Poison Ivy: A Social Psychological Typology of Deviant Professors and Administrators in American Higher Education Julian B. Roebuck

Poison Ivy: A Social Psychological Typology of Deviant Professors and Administrators in American Higher Education

Julian B. Roebuck

Published December 3rd 2010
ISBN : 9781450271295
Paperback
204 pages
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This thoroughly researched comprehensive work is a must read for everyone engaged in higher education-lest they be researchers, teachers, practitioners, staff, or administrators.-CLIFTON D. BRYANT, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, VirginiaMoreThis thoroughly researched comprehensive work is a must read for everyone engaged in higher education-lest they be researchers, teachers, practitioners, staff, or administrators.-CLIFTON D. BRYANT, Emeritus Professor of Sociology, Virginia PolytechnicThis book challenges the popular stereotype of deviance- that is, it does not deal with violators of social etiquette or nuts, sluts, and perverts, but rather with a classification of highly educated, respectable, middle class college and university professors and administrators.