On University Teacher’s Non-wage Income and Higher Education Dissimilation

Wensheng YU


In the current era of knowledge economy, higher education plays an increasingly important role in promoting social development. University teachers’ non-wage income from the commercial lectures, training classes, off-campus part-time jobs and academic activities has grown rapidly. Popularization of university teachers’ profit-making has constantly eroded the essential attribute of higher education, and led to the higher education dissimilation embodied by phenomena such as “transactions between money and knowledge”, “part-time job tendency”, “becoming rich by scientific research” and “abuse of power”.

Key words: University teacher; No-wage income; Higher education; Dissimilation

Résumé Dans le contexte actuel de l’économie du savoir, l’enseignement supérieur joue un rôle de plus en plus important dans la promotion du développement social. Les professeurs d’université ‘‘des conférences commerciales, les classes de formation, hors campus emplois à temps partiel et des activités académiques a connu une croissance rapide. Vulgarisation des professeurs d’universitéles revenus non salariaux ‘‘à but lucratif a constamment érodé l’attribut essentiel de l’enseignement supérieur, et a conduit à la dissimilation de l’enseignement supérieur incarné par des phénomènes tels que “les transactions entre l’argent et des connaissances”, “la tendance emploi à temps partiel’’, ‘‘de devenir riche par la recherche scientifique’’et ‘‘ l’abus de pouvoir ’’.

Mots clés: Professeur d’université, Non salarié; L’enseignement supérieur; Dissimilation


University teacher; No-wage income; Higher education; Dissimilation

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/j.ccc.1923670020120802.1814


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