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Re: <nettime> Douglas Belkin, Caroline Porter: Corporate Cash
Sandra Braman on Tue, 15 Apr 2014 17:54:28 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> Douglas Belkin, Caroline Porter: Corporate Cash

One publication that may be of interest, and that does touch upon the economic side of things, is this:

Braman, Sandra.  (2000).  The constitutional context:  Universities, new information technologies, and the US Supreme Court, Information, Communication & Society, 3(4), 526-45.

This should be up among the materials in full text on my website at people.uwm.edu/braman.

Sandra Braman

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From: "Brian Holmes" <bhcontinentaldrift {AT} gmail.com>
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Subject: Re: <nettime> Douglas Belkin, Caroline Porter: Corporate Cash Alters

On 04/13/2014 03:41 PM, Â Robbins wrote:

> Actually these "trends" have been recognized as in existence for
> far longer . Relative to my own experience on the academy ( in
> California, ) their both overt and covert "influence" relative to
> the directives of curricula has been exercised since the mid-'90's

Yeah, it would be interesting to hear more about it, how you saw it
happening. I guess there are a lot of avenues.

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