Electronic Monitoring in the American Academy

Electronic Monitoring in the American Academy

Brian M. O’Connell (Central Connecticut State University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-456-9.ch010
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This chapter will examine the development and convergence of two abstract concepts: academic freedom and electronic monitoring. It will consider social, ethical, and legal elements that have contributed to disparate cultures supporting classical academic governance and modern corporate governance. The inevitable conflict between these competing paradigms will be illustrated through the consideration of legal decisions and institutional decision-making involving the use of networked technologies within the modern era.

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