Complexities and Controversy About Professor-Student Relations: A Memoir

Complexities and Controversy About Professor-Student Relations: A Memoir

by John Marshall

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An attempt to unravel the very complicated and controversial subject of Professor-Student relations in higher education. One factor to be addressed is the impact of the college culture and environment on the nature and scope of Teacher-Student relations, and another crucial matter of examination is to analyze and expose the dicey topic of sexual harassment policies and its flaws. Relating my personal experiences with students over 38 years -- from the most intimate to those interactions known as close friends --I want to offer a perspective that judges the positive and negative perspective of students’ interactions with professors. Hopefully it can be shown that Professor-Student relations cannot be properly understood by quantitative black-and-white formulas or parameters, but rather in shades-of-gray qualitative measurements, appropriate for judging the nature and behavior of human beings.

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ISBN-13: 9781477103272
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Publication date: 05/08/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 128 KB

About the Author

John Marshall (1845–1915) was a classicist, translator, and educator whose work received rave reviews within its field. Marshall translated Greek and Latin works and served as a professor of philosophy at the University of Edinburgh. He later became the rector at the Royal High School in Edinburgh.

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