Friday, May 1, 2015

Research Blog #10: Abstract, Bibliography and Link to Paper

Abstract:
The Topic of privatization has been hugely debated over the past few decades and has especially become a hot topic with the rise of for-profit universities.  My paper addresses the issues associated with for-profit universities and their ethicality as it stands in the current economic climate.  Specifically I talk about how privatization has created sky-rocketing growth for for-profit universities due to a gap left behind by public universities losing funding.  I explore what is causing for-profits to grow so quickly and I also look at whether it is worth it to attend a for-profit university by looking at facts and cases pertaining to for-profits.  I also look into who is benefiting from for-profits if students aren’t by looking into companies such as the Apollo group.  My paper offers valuable insight into for-profits and how it relates to privatization by bringing to light many issues that are associated with for-profit universities.

https://docs.google.com/a/scarletmail.rutgers.edu/document/d/1qLOhZa5h3Wv_nz5FusLzGUu9jsSrVP5BfB6Qf69kKOU/edit?usp=sharing
Work Cited
Appel, Hannah, and Astra Taylor. "Education With A Debt Sentence: For-Profit Colleges As American Dream Crushers And Factories Of Debt." New Labor Forum (Sage Publications Inc.) 24.1 (2015): 31-36. Business Source Premier. Web. 3 Mar. 2015.
Denice, P. "Does It Pay To Attend A For-Profit College? Vertical And Horizontal Stratification In Higher Education." Social Science Research 52.(2015): 161-178. Scopus®. Web. 10 Mar. 2015.
Garity, Fox. “Where Did They Go? Market Share Trends Of Business Student Enrollment From 1996 to 2008.” Journal Of Education For Business 87.6 (2012): 309- 315. Academic Search Premier. Web. 21 Apr. 2015.
Li, Helen. "The Rising Cost of Higher Education: A Supply & Demand Analysis." Web. 20 April 2015. <http://www.treasury.gov/connect/blog/Documents/20121212_Economics of Higher Ed_vFINAL.pdf>.
Lyall, Katharine C. and Kathleen R. Sell.  “The De Facto Privatization of American Public Higher Education.”  Change  (Jan./Feb. 2006): 6-13.
Meister, Bob.  "Debt and Taxes: Can the Financial Industry Save Public Universities?" Representations 16.1 (Fall 2011): 128-155. Online.  5 Jan. 2014.
Mettler, Suzanne. "Degrees Of Inequality: How The Politics Of Higher Education Sabotaged The American Dream." Publishers Weekly 261.1 (2014): 45. Literary Reference Center. Web. 30 Apr. 2015.
Nasiripour, Shahien. "'Corinthian 15' Becomes 'Corinthian 100' As Federal Student Debt Strike Grows." The Huffington Post. TheHuffingtonPost.com, 30 Mar. 2015. Web. 15 Apr. 2015. <http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/30/corinthian-100-debt-strike_n_6970284.html>.
Novotney, Amy.  “Facing Up to Debt.”  American Psychological Association.  gradPsych Magazine 11.1 (January 2013): 32.  Print and web.  5 Jan. 2014.
Turner, S. (2006). For-profit colleges in the context of the market for higher education. In D. Breneman, B. Pusser, & S. Turner (Eds.), Earnings from learning: The rise of for-profit universities (pp.51-68). Albany, NY: State University of New York
Twenge, Jean.  Generation Me: Why Today's Young Americans Are More Confident, Assertive, Entitled--and More Miserable Than Ever... New York: Atria Books, 2007. Print.

“Understanding Privatization” collection – see bibliographic information for each author on the last pages of that collection.

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