4 edition of Academic gamesmanship found in the catalog.
|Statement||Alexander W. Astin.|
|Series||Praeger special studies in U.S. economic, social, and political issues|
|LC Classifications||LB2341 .A755|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 209 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||209|
|LC Control Number||76012520|
Stephen Potter () was an academic, producer and author, best known for his classic The Theory and Practice of Gamesmanship and series of sequels. He taught at Birkbeck College, before joining the BBC as a writer/producer in /5(14). Stephen Potter: Oracle of Gamesmanship. II, when an intellectual British writer and golf nut, newly unemployed, took pen in hand and wrote an exquisite little book of sports humor bearing as its title the term he had coined, "Gamesmanship," that the world had at last a name for the odious ploys, stunts, and tactics practically every golfer.
The first place to start is the wonderful book Academic Gamesmanship by Pierre van den Berghe (Abelard-Schuman, New York, ), a third-generation American academic. This delightful confection can guide academics of any discipline to fame and fortune. He was asked to give the final lecture on the book of Revelation to a class of students. Princeton Seminary is not noted for the spiritual warmth of its classes. But Paul decided to help these students see that there is more to Biblical Studies than academic gamesmanship.
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Pierre van den Berghe wrote Academic Gamesmanship over forty years ago. Though dated in many particulars, the book retains an uncanny relevance and insight into the life of higher education.
It is also one of the funniest things you'll ever read. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Van den Berghe, Pierre L. Academic gamesmanship. London, New York, Abelard-Schuman  (OCoLC) Academic Gamesmanship will be to the Ph.D.
what The Peter Principle is to the business executive: a brilliantand hilariousguide to the strategies of success. Its exposé of academic pretentiousness will seem irresistibly funny to every reader. But behind the wit lies the insight of a noted sociologist. A terrible book. Totally disconnected from the harshness of today's academic environment, sexist, elitist, just terrible.
This book encourages people to enter a tragic spiral of poverty-stricken over-education. If you are a student like myself, you would do much better going back to studying than wasting your time with this by: Today, gamesmanship is the Ph.D.'s surest means of getting to the top.
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Book/5(4). The book is based in part on an unusual kind of social experiment whose main purpose Academic gamesmanship book to see if a diverse group of 19 colleges and universities could be stimulated to undertake changes in their policies and programs that would be designed primarily to improve the educational environment for students.
The stimulus for change was comprehensive data, previously. : Academic Gamesmanship;: How to Make a Ph.D. Pay () by Pierre Van Den Berghe and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(4). Stephen Meredith Potter (1 February – 2 December ) was a British author best known for his parodies of self-help books, and their film and television derivatives.
After leaving school in the last months of the First World War he was commissioned as a junior officer in the British Army, but by the time he had completed his training the war was over and he was demobilised.
Get this from a library. Academic gamesmanship: student-oriented change in higher education. [Alexander W Astin] -- This book is based on an unusual social experiment to see if a group of 19 colleges and universities could be stimulated to undertake changes in their policies and programs that would be desinged.
The study of engineering can be likened to a game. To become a master student, one must not only play the game but devote time and energy to learning how to play it.
The purpose of this book is to give students ideas and perspectives which must be addressed in order to be effective students.
It focuses on the nonacademic aspects of being a student. The academic establishment maintains several heroic pretenses in the interest of self-preservation: its members' cerebral gigantism, monastic poverty, dusty hands and chronic wheezes from dull, sunless hours in the library.
On some renegade impulse Full Professor van den Berghe has decided to blow the whistle, particularly re the white lie that scholars are. The Theory and Practice of Gamesmanship: The Art of Winning Games Without Actually Cheating is a book by Stephen Potter, from which most of the above derives, although it must be emphasized that Potter was being humorous, and always suggested that one should be a good sportsman first and foremost.
Gamesmanship Or Cheating: A History Quiz: NPR History Dept. Whatever happens with the investigation of Deflategate, there is sometimes a blurry line between gaining a competitive advantage and.
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60 Minutes did a segment on academic redshirting, who articulated a similar phenomenon in the case of older hockey players in his book Outliers. Gamesmanship, or more fully, The Theory and Practice of Gamesmanship: or, The Art of Winning Games without Actually Cheating, is all about interrupting the flow of your opponent while maintaining all the aspects of good sportsmanship.
For example, if you can't return volleys in tennis, Potter counsels you to wear velvet socks.4/5. Gamesmanship as a civilised art is as old as the competitive spirit in man. It is polite psychological warfare. It is the moral equivalent of assault and battery.
It is, as the subject of this book points out, The Art of Winning Games Without Actually Cheating/5(25). gamesmanship: 1 n the use of dubious (although not technically illegal) methods to win a game Type of: inequity, unfairness injustice by virtue of not conforming with rules or standards.
Gamesmanship is the use of dubious (although not technically illegal) methods to win or gain a serious advantage in a game or sport. It has been described as "Pushing the rules to the limit without getting caught, using whatever dubious methods possible to achieve the desired end".
It may be inferred that the term derives from the idea of playing for the game (i.e., to win at any. gamesmanship definition: 1. the activity of trying to win a game by doing things that are not really breaking the rules but.
Learn more. Gamesmanship is the art or practice of winning a game by clever methods which are not against the rules but are very close to cheating.Gamesmanship definition is - the art or practice of winning games by questionable expedients without actually violating the rules.
How to use gamesmanship in a sentence.This book cannot be read without a pencil and stickers, because Anne Lamott soaked the entire book from beginning to end with various writing techniques, practical tips, and interesting life stories.
The author of the book talks about the realities of the life of a writer, which has little to do with literary parties; rather, it consists of.