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Revision as of 18:46, 21 April 2008


Professor style, or professorial style, consists of personality traits that develop in typically liberal professors over time. These can include:

  • a refusal to admit what is not known
  • the ability to speak in self-contradiction without any hint of concern or correction
  • a willingness to bully and intimidate some vulnerable students who are trying to learn
  • extreme laziness, such as working the equivalent of only part-time for only part of the year
  • an obsession with academic pedigree, often inflated
  • complete embrace of socialism in pay scale
  • astoundingly bitter disputes with colleagues which can include a refusal to talk with a peer and petty grudges lasting years

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