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The angst of critics bemoaning the state of the business school is quite palpable. However, that angst is not unique. It is present in writings about many professional schools. This chapter selects two representative schools, journalism and law, for comparison.
Journalism schools and law schools are alleged to suffer from many of the same maladies as business schools. Research is irrelevant to practice; coursework does not focus on what is needed in the profession; many courses are taught by people who have not practiced the profession. However, compared to them, business schools are more insulated from critics in their respective profession because those critics (1) are less organized as a profession and (2) have less opportunity to promote their opinions in media that cannot be ignored.
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