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Volume 491 Issue 1, May 1987

Articles

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  • J. WILLIAM FULBRIGHT
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  • RALPH H. VOGEL
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The nature and character of the Fulbright program were shaped by the 1946 legislation that gave it life, by the circumstance of its foreign currency financing generated by surplus property sales, by those in the State Department and in a few private ...
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  • RANDALL BENNETT WOODS
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In 1946 Senator J. William Fulbright introduced and guided through Congress legislation establishing an international exchange program in education. The Fulbright program, which has produced the largest migration of students and scholars in modern history,...
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  • HARRY P. JEFFREY
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This article briefly summarizes the scope of the Fulbright scholarship program. A biographical sketch of J. William Fulbright indicates how his experiences before he ran for public office and his activities and concerns as a representative and senator ...
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  • WARREN F. ILCHMAN
  • ALICE STONE ILCHMAN
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A major aspect of the Third World's higher education scene in the post-1945 period has been the expansion of the number and size of universities. Often approaching a tenfold growth, this development was also marked by a remarkable worldwide similarity of ...
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  • ELINOR G. BARBER
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Research access to foreign countries has become increasingly problematic. Because research is seen as potentially damaging to national interests or the interests of local researchers, foreigners' access to research sites may be restricted. Claims to ...
Restricted accessResearch articleFirst published 1 May, 1987pp. 73–84
  • ULRICH LITTMANN
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The Fulbright program is evaluated from a host country's perspective. The transition from a program in occupied Germany in 1952 to a truly binational program with sharing of funding and supervision since 1964 is shown in the historical setting, added ...
Restricted accessResearch articleFirst published 1 May, 1987pp. 85–91
  • CAROLINE A. MATANO YANG
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Among the approximately 120 countries with Fulbright programs, Japan's Fulbright program is the only Fulbright program where cost sharing by the United States and the host society is on a fifty-fifty basis and where the Fulbright alumni contribute ...
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  • ADELAIDE M. CROMWELL
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The history of the Fulbright program in Africa is one of slowly growing political and economic interest in the continent and an ongoing adjustment to radical political and social changes. The program has followed the directive of avoiding all appearances ...
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  • MAURICE A. STERNS
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Since its inception three decades ago, the Fulbright program in Latin America has aided individual students and Latin American educational institutions alike. The binational Fulbright commissions that select participants have earned a reputation for ...
Restricted accessResearch articleFirst published 1 May, 1987pp. 118–125
  • WILLIAM A. JAMES
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This article offers a brief overview of the Fulbright program with the USSR by looking at the context in which this exchange of lecturers developed, its purpose, its achievements, some of the current critical issues facing it, and possible directions for ...
Restricted accessResearch articleFirst published 1 May, 1987pp. 126–133
  • ANN B. RADWAN
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Educational institutions and scholars in the Middle East and South Asia continue to produce world-class research despite the burdens imposed by the great number of students, inadequate libraries, and limited supportive institutional infrastructure. The ...
Restricted accessResearch articleFirst published 1 May, 1987pp. 134–139
  • BARBARA W. NEWELL
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American businesses and the military are forming a new alliance with education for they are experiencing critical deficiencies in international expertise. As a result, they are calling for strengthening the international perspective of American education. ...
Restricted accessResearch articleFirst published 1 May, 1987pp. 140–153
  • RICHARD D. LAMBERT
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As a nation we spend about $1 billion annually on a bewildering potpourri of international exchange and training programs. Some attention to the cross-sectional profile of exchanges resulting from the many individual programs is needed. The current mix of ...
Restricted accessResearch articleFirst published 1 May, 1987pp. 154–163
  • PAUL SEABURY
  • A. KENNETH PYE
  • MARK BLITZ
  • JAMES H. BILLINGTON
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Forty years leaves nothing unchanged, and certainly not the Fulbright program. How have its objectives changed, how should they change? Four informed observers and former or present participants in Fulbright and other exchange programs here present their ...
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  • RICHARD J. HOUK
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  • JAMES A. HUSTON
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  • BRYCE LYON
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  • J. E. HELMREICH
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  • PETER HARNETTY
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  • THOMAS M. HILL
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  • WESLEY K. WARK
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  • EDMUND S. WEHRLE
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  • JOEL D. WOLFE
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  • J. H. HOFFMAN
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  • EDWARD T. GARGAN
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  • ELIZABETH CLAYTON
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  • CAM WALKER
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  • PERRY H. HOWARD
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  • BRUCE KUKLICK
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  • JOHN B. KIRBY
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  • RONALD E. SHAW
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  • J. H. BINDLEY
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  • LOUIS FILLER
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  • BARBARA KELLERMAN
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  • RICHARD R. JOHN
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  • ROBERT P. HAY
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  • PATRICIA EWICK
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  • JON LANG
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  • CHARLES E. JACOB
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  • JANET K. BOLES
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  • SURINDER K. MEHTA
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  • AUDREY B. DAVIS
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  • ROBERTA ANN JOHNSON
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  • PAT HUCKLE
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  • J. DAVID FAIRBANKS
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  • PETER WHALLEY
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  • SHEILA M. GREENE
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  • GEORGE H. DANIELS
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  • MARTIN L. FAUSOLD
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  • GEORGE H. HUGANIR
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  • BERNARD P. HERBER
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  • KELLY EAKIN
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  • H. A. GEMERY