Trust issues

The Philosophers' Magazine 69:77-82 (2015)
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This article examines the relationship between teaching and trust and argues that a good trust relationship is essential to effective teaching. Unfortunately, the increasingly commercial nature of the modern university undermines this and contributes to the mistaken idea that teaching is a contractual one, thereby undermining a core feature of good teaching.

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Rodger Jackson
Stockton University (formerly Richard Stockton College)


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