Examining divergent perspectives of university stakeholders about speech on campus
What is it about?
Although it might be easy to assume that university faculty and staff hold a singular view of speech on campus , this study uses a unique methodology, Q methodology, to differentiate and describe these views. Even on the same university campus with tyrannical administrative oversight, different views exist including speech-crisis and idealistic views.
Why is it important?
This study informs university administrators as well as faculty unions regarding the various viewpoints about speech on university campuses.
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