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79 Which is not to say that these realities will protect them from the effects of the bureaucracy inherent in attempts to intervene. 80 N Harris, Law and Education: Regulation, Consumerism and the Education System (Sweet and Maxwell, London, 1993) 201; N Saunders, ‘The Human Rights Act 1998: Research, Freedom of Speech and Academic Freedom’ (1999) 11 Education and the Law, 187 at 192. ’81 Nevertheless, despite these caveats that suggest that the complete picture is more complex, the first paragraphs of this section of the chapter capture some part of the spirit of British universities at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
See also E Thorsen, ‘Stress in Academe: What Bothers Professors’ (1996) 31 Higher Education 471. 70 Times Higher Education Supplement, 27 November 1987, Times Higher Education Supplement, 11 December 1987. 73 Law schools have both suffered from the ills of their parent universities and have had their own particular reasons for feeling a sense of crisis and seeing themselves as being under stress. 77 The actual reality of the relationship between the state, society and the universities is a lot more complex than is suggested by the sentiments (deeply felt by many though they are) described in the two paragraphs above.
95 An analysis of the structures and discourses that pervade public life, including the life of the university, is one thing; a determinist belief in the inevitability of the control of the individual and the failure of all attempts to select an identity is another. There is no serious 92 For an example of the first literature see D Braun, ‘New Mangerialism and the Governance of Universities in a Contemporary Perspective’ in D Braun and F Merrien (eds), Towards a New Model of Governance of Universities (London, Jessica Kingsley, 1997).
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