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Educational inbreeding

Harold E. Snyder

Educational inbreeding

by Harold E. Snyder

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Published by Teachers College, Columbia University in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teachers -- United States -- Selection and appointment.,
  • Teachers and community.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Harold E. Snyder.
    SeriesColumbia University. Teachers College. Contributions to education -- no. 890, Contributions to education -- no. 890..
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 160 p. ;
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16366050M
    LC Control Number44030400

    HBD Chick and I talk about how rates of historic inbreeding have had an important impact on the selective pressures acting on the traits of various peoples living today. We have often used Europe and the Middle East as examples of this, because strong regional variations in historic rates of inbreeding exist in those places. [ ]. Academic inbreeding - appointing one's own graduates for academic positions - is a controversial but surprisingly common practice internationally. This book is the first comparative analysis of the phenomenon - the causes, implications, and future of inbreeding.

      A book – Academic Inbreeding and Mobility in Higher Education: Global perspectives – examined the practice of academic inbreeding in eight countries: Argentina, China, Japan, Russia, Slovenia, Spain, South Africa and Ukraine. Faculty inbreeding, that is, the practice of selecting former students of an institution as members of its faculty, has long been considered one of the fundamental problems of college and university organization in America.

    Good zoos do much more than simply display animals to visitors. They play a vital role in conservation, through breeding species at risk of extinction in the wild. Indeed, some species, such as the Arabian oryx, California condor, Partula snails, Przewalski's horse and Socorro dove owe their very existence to zoos. Inbreeding of actual matings was similar to inbreeding from random matings, indicating that the current inbreeding avoidance programs in these herds were ineffective. Inbreeding was reduced by and % in Hol- steins and Jerseys, respectively, when a mate allocation pro- gram was used to reallocate actual service sires to different mates Cited by:


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Educational Inbreeding: Columbia University Contributions to Education, No. Educational inbreeding. [Harold E Snyder] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Harold E Snyder. Find more information about: Notes: Reprint of the ed., issued in series: Teachers College, Columbia University.

Contributions to education, no. Originally presented as the author's thesis, Columbia. Description: x, pages. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Snyder, Harold E. (Harold Elam), Educational inbreeding. New York: Teachers College, Columbia University, Academic inbreeding - appointing one's own graduates for academic positions - is a controversial but surprisingly common practice internationally.

This book is the first comparative analysis of the phenomenon - the causes, implications, and future of : Palgrave Macmillan UK. Book chapter Academic Inbreeding: State of the Literature. Olga Gorelova, Maria Yudkevich. Language: English. Keywords: education higher education educational policy educational politics academic inbreeding.

Publication based on the results of: The Analysis of Incentives on Higher Education Market: Cited by: 6. About this book. Academic inbreeding - appointing one's own graduates for academic positions - is a controversial but surprisingly common practice internationally.

This book is the first comparative analysis of the phenomenon - the causes, implications, and future of inbreeding. There is damning evidence against academic inbreeding in the context of research performance.

Studies show that inbred faculty produce less research output than outsiders and the impact of their research tends to be significantly lower.

In cases where research output is approximately the same. Inbreeding is the production of offspring from the mating or breeding of individuals or organisms that are closely related genetically.

By analogy, the term is used in human reproduction, but more commonly refers to the genetic disorders and other consequences that may arise from expression of deleterious or recessive traits resulting from incestuous sexual relationships and consanguinity.

Inbreeding. Intellectual inbreeding or academic inbreeding is the practice in academia of a university's hiring its own graduates to be professors. It is generally viewed as insular and unhealthy for academia; [1] it is thought to reduce the possibility of new ideas coming in from outside sources, just as genetic inbreeding reduces the possibility of new genes entering into a : Chinese intellectualism.

“Academic inbreeding”—involving the appointment of faculty members who graduated from the institution employing them—is considered a small and peripheral aspect of the academic profession but is quite widespread globally.

This paper analyzes the nature of inbreeding and its impact on by: “Academic inbreeding”—involving the appointment of faculty members who graduated from the institution employing them—is considered a small and peripheral aspect of the academic profession but is.

This article contributes to the literature on academic inbreeding by analyzing its rational, origins, resilience, and options to limit it in two higher education systems (Russia and Portugal. Herbert Spencer’s major writings included The Proper Sphere of Government (), Social Statics (), Education: Intellectual, Moral, and Physical (), and The Synthetic Philosophy, a multivolume work ranging over psychology, biology, sociology, and ethics and published between and   A Liberty Classic Book Review of Education and the State: A Study in Political Economy, by E.G.

West.1 As a society, we have become used to government involvement in education. We rarely subject such involvement to economic scrutiny or ask the historical question of whether its appearance was necessary.

Abstract The problem of faculty inbreeding has been studied by researchers around the world for nearly a century. This chapter presents a thorough summary of the main studies focused on this phenomenon, beginning with definitions of inbreeding and a short historical discussion of when and where the first interest in inbreeding by: 6.

This book is written considering the needs of the everyday breeder. It provides a simpler approach which deals with observation, explanation and illustration. The layman's terminology used throughout should make this work understandable to any livestock breeder.

Over the years this has become a classic book for the livestock breeder.5/5(1). Academic inbreeding - hiring and promoting one's own graduates - is generally seen as a negative for academic quality and for universities - it is considered as unhealthy for universities as it is in the natural world.

Yet it is remarkably widespread across the globe. This book is the first full scale international analysis of the phenomenon of inbreeding. Education; Contact; Read My Book; Inbreeding vs Linebreeding vs Outcrossing. August 4, By Rachel Leave a Comment.

This is a topic that comes up a lot in forums and online chats. Old sayings like “if it works, it’s line breeding and if it doesn’t, it’s inbreeding” get thrown around. Genetic experts who understand it better than I. Buy Academic Inbreeding and Mobility in Higher Education (Palgrave Studies in Global Higher Education) by Yudkevich, Maria (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Conservatism is associated with beneficial inbreeding. Between inbreeding depression and outbreeding depression, there is an optimal level of outbreeding that. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

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Most of the men devote their lives to studying the Torah, while Author: Carol Kuruvilla.1. Introduction. Academic inbreeding has long been seen as detrimental to scholarly activity, scientific output and the fostering of networks (Pelz and Andrews, ).It has a negative connotation since the beginning of the last century, and it remains the same today (Elliot,Inanc and Tuncer, ).Nevertheless, high rates of academic inbreeding are found in developing higher education Cited by: