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This paper suggests that as university missions have adapted to accommodate major developments associated with, for instance, mass higher education and internationalisation agendas, university workforces have diversified. They now, for instance, incorporate practitioners in areas such as health and social care, and professional staff who support activities as diverse as widening participation, e-learning and business partnership. This in turn has implications for higher education governance anddoi:10.1080/13583883.2010.536988 fatcat:75v7pyt27jck7lmw4dxggnlbnm