By B. F. Skinner
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3 It is a status that many ﬁelds seek and is one that is not always accepted by our institutions or the public at large. A long-standing debate in sociology has centered on which attributes of professions are essential in distinguishing them from other occupations (Greenwood 1957; Wilensky 1964). A similar approach might point to the common features of academic disciplines: they typically are organized into scholarly associations; their members meet at national and international conferences on a regular basis; and their research is typically published in peer-reviewed journals (Krishnan 2009, 9).
Without a steady stream of graduate students, the ﬁeld will be unable to reproduce itself. Without a degree of respect accorded by colleagues, candidates for promotion and tenure in a ﬁeld will face an increasingly skeptical audience. Without various indicators of external legitimacy—grants, awards, and conferences— deans will grow wary of making additional investments. Thus, while Turner emphasizes the ways that disciplines resemble cartels, the dynamic disciplines 33 fact is that they remain dependent on the recognition accorded by various publics.
As a practical matter, Spanish and French are close to being deﬁning members of the set of liberal arts ﬁelds, and thus the closure of a French department represents a serious challenge to this status. While we can speak of the discipline of Spanish language and literature, it is difﬁcult to do so for many other languages 42 chapter three ta b l e 3 . 2 . Number of schools featuring degree programs in languages and literature, 2009 Number of BA degree programs Number of PhD degrees awarded (2011) 888 696 141 152 114 179 81 28 34 1 Asian languages Japanese Chinese Korean Vietnamese Hindi Thai 98 72 5 0 1 0 3 8 3 — — — 774 449 28 not listed not listed not listed Other languages German Russian* Arabic Swahili 440 88 13 0 43 3 1 — 1,019 340 141 not listed Language Romance languages Spanish French Italian Romance languages, general Latin Number of BA degrees awarded (2011) 8,918 2,492 313 132 75 * Some may obtain relevant training in Russian via one of the twenty-four existing Slavic studies doctoral programs.
About Behaviorism by B. F. Skinner