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Some thoughts on student unrest

Chandraprasad H. Desai

Some thoughts on student unrest

by Chandraprasad H. Desai

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Published by Harold Laski Institute of Political Science in Ahmedabad .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Student movements

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    Cover title.

    Statementby Chandraprasad H. Desai.
    SeriesG.V. Mavalankar memorial lecture ;, 1966, Harold Laski Institute of Political Science, Ahmedabad. Publication, no. 73., Publication (Harold Laski Institute of Political Science) ;, no. 73.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLA186 .D4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12 p.
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26737M
    LC Control Numbersa 68018067

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    A half century ago, against the backdrop of the Vietnam War and seismic shifts in American culture, the campus of the University of South Carolina became a battleground — between students and the administration, between a young generation and the establishment, between radically different worldviews. But the dramatic events of that spring, which came to be known as The Months of May, . The evolution of campus unrest from expressing skepticism to burning buildings and throwing rocks or bombs at law enforcement officials can be seen by looking at four episodes of students protest in the s’ Berkeley (), Columbia (), Kent State () and Jackson State ().

      Subsequent protests at Nanterre sparked the May civil unrest that drew 10 million students and striking workers on to the streets and brought France to a halt. It was a dramatic – some.   For the student who can’t stop procrastinating: 5. For the student who is struggling with their self-belief: 6. For the student who has big ambitions: 7. For the student who can only see a mountain: 8. For the student who can’t see the end of the road: 9. For the student who needs to think about the future: For the student who doesn’t.


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Student Unrest. The student unrest in India is on the increase. Day by day it is assuming dangerous proportions. It is a very serious problem and concerns all of the Indians.

The students of today are the responsible citizens and leaders of tomorrow. They are the very future. In dealing with student unrest, school boards must keep the welfare of the majority of students in mind.

Seven Uncomfortable Thoughts About Student Unrest. Romine, Stephen, Apr In dealing with student unrest, school boards must keep the welfare of the majority of students in mind. (Author/RA) Descriptors: Activism Author: Stephen Romine. Student unrest 1. STUDENT UNREST 2.

WHAT IS STUDENT UNREST. •Unrest is a state of mental irritation or disturbance caused by different factors. • The state of mind is exposed through some anti-social behavior or protest.

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My library. the underlying causes of student unrest Most of the presently available articles and books seeking to explain student unrest attribute the various phenomena to one or sometimes two or three causes. I believe these analyses invariably fail, if only because of their oversimplified approach.

A Study Of Student Unrest Among Graduate Students in Relation to Their Gender, Intelligence, Adjustment a nd Educational Stream Some of the causes of student unrest are indiscriminate admission and overcrowded classrooms, lack of According to A.

Patel in his book, Poverty, Progress and development(). Poverty is the main cause. Some academics may feel like they are “failing society”, but others clearly have not lost sight of the real difference their work is making to students.

Yet some academics think students are too much of a priority. From some perspectives, it does seem like university life completely revolves around the students. But, of course, there’s.

Insome Administrators began organizing informal rap sessions with small groups of students, sometimes over coffee, in order to better communicate and understand the student population. As University President Clifford Lord stated in a letter written on Noveminviting a group of randomly selected students to a rap session.

Student unrest and the role of the media From our print archive: In remarks at Alumni Weekend inWashington Post publisher Katharine Graham, AB’38, demonstrates the complexities of covering campus protest in the Vietnam era. My own undergraduate education coincided with the exhilarating years of student unrest of the 's and 's.

Now that I myself am a university professor, I find myself with ambivalent feelings towards my current students, who are, on the whole, less rebellious and more pragmatic than we were at their age.

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