高等教育研究の制度化と大学教育研究センター  [in Japanese] Institutionalization of Research on Higher Education and Centers for University Education in Japan  [in Japanese]

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Abstract

日本の高等教育研究は、高等教育を研究対象とするセンター設置後45年、学会創設後20年を経て、制度化が確定にしたかに見えるが、その学問的基盤は、他の学問分野と比べて劣弱である。特に、研究者の訓練を行う大学院が4つしかないこと、育成された高等教育研究者の就職市場が、高等教育政策・行政に関する政府関係組織や、大学教育センターなど大学の実務的組織であることは、基礎・開発・応用のバランスをもった高等教育研究の深化・発展を制約し、利益相反関係など複雑な問題を高等教育研究に投げかけている。この状況で、大学教育センターの果たす役割と課題について考察した。The requirements for the institutionalization of academic disciplines generally include establishment of an academic society for researchers, posts at higher education institutions, training systems for researchers, and employment positions for trained researchers. Twenty years after the founding of academic associations for research on higher education, Japan has now established institutionalization for the discipline. However, the institutionalization of higher education research has only been given limited resources compared to other academic disciplines. There are only four graduate schools that train higher education researchers. As a result, the knowledge and expertise of the researchers are limited, and their perspective is often biased. In addition, the government-related organizations that deal with higher education policies and administration and the institutions of higher learning tend to hire traditionally-trained and -oriented researchers. This academic climate constrains the development of higher education research, and it poses complex problems and conflicts of interest. This paper will consider the role of the centers for innovation in higher education research with respect to broadening and improving the perspectives of higher education researchers.

Journal

  • 名古屋高等教育研究

    名古屋高等教育研究 (19), 5-16, 2019-03

    名古屋大学高等研究教育センター

Codes

  • NII Article ID (NAID)
    120006600433
  • Text Lang
    JPN
  • Article Type
    departmental bulletin paper
  • ISSN
    1348-2459
  • Data Source
    IR 
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