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To provide a fresh perspective on governance in Canada's colleges, interview data from administrators and faculty were interpreted through the lens of Glaser and Strauss' (1965) theoretical categories describing interaction between physicians and patients. An example of a "closed awareness context" is suggested around college fund-raising, while "mutual suspicion" was observed in administrator-faculty interaction around student success policy. Examples of "mutual pretense" include feigneddoi:10.47678/cjhe.v46i3.188010 fatcat:n334vryhh5bcvd5xaoxhoxlj5i