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This monograph examines the importance of understanding faculty socialization as a cultural process in the context of the current changes urged on higher education. An opening section explores the links between culture and commitment and the importance of understanding such links in light of faculty diversity and other challenges. A second section examines the cultures of faculty life which include national, professional, disciplinary, and institutional cultures. A third section defines organizational socialization and faculty socialization and describes two general stages: anticipatory socialization (during undergraduate and particularly graduate study) and organizational socialization (during the early years as a faculty member). The fourth section looks at the new faculty member as a novice and discusses recruitment, selection, and early experiences. The next section looks at the ritual of the tenure and promotion process. The following section explores post-tenure socialization: the continuing socialization of senior faculty and their role in socializing others. The socialization of women and minority faculty is focused on next. The final section looks at implications for practice and argues that socialization can be managed for empowerment. An index is included. Appended are several brief descriptions of innovative faculty development ideas in practice. (Contains over 200 references.) (JB)

Descriptors: Adjustment (to Environment), Beginning Teachers, College Faculty, Cultural Context, Cultural Influences, Faculty College Relationship, Faculty Development, Faculty Promotion, Graduate Study, Higher Education, Minority Groups, Nontenured Faculty, Socialization, Tenure, Women Faculty

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Autor: Tierney, William G.; Rhoads, Robert A.

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=8785&id=ED368322



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