J. G. Foster et al. Tradition and Innovation in Scientists’ Research Strategies, American Sociological Review (2015).
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The enthusiasm for the “student experience” is a depressing example of how higher education is becoming a commodity. Universities invest in better services not only to please students, but to enhance their competitiveness in the market by attracting more, or better qualified, students, and to boost their scores in the national student survey and league tables.
Interesting polemic (even if the title has that annoying Buzzfeed ring to it):
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“In the time that’s allotted to us to in life, we have to make many choices.