Organizational culture and international education : case studies at selected institutions

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Steven Douglas Kee (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG )
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David H. Reilly

Abstract: The purpose of this study was to examine, describe, and explain the relationship between a school's organizational culture and the development of international education programs on that campus. In addition, the study compared the development of these programs at two different institutions and determined possible reasons for why these programs developed on one campus and not on the other. A comparative, historical case study was constructed using data from a people trail and a paper trail. The people trail consisted of a series of interviews with involved administrators, faculty, and students at each institution. A paper trail was summarized by examining college catalogs, mission statements, campus newspapers, and other pertinent written documents that chronicled the development of international education programs on each campus.

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Language: English
Date: 1992
International education $z United States
Universities and colleges $z United States $x Curricula
Universities and colleges $z United States $x Faculty

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