Interpretation of Scholarly Pedigree： Analysis of the Interviews of Higher Education Scholars at Indiana University in the USA
Academic background， scholarly mentorship and scholarly network are three dimensions to explain scholarly pedigree. Based on the interviews of nine scholars in the higher education research Held at Indiana University in the United States， the study explored their understandings of scholarly pedigree and some related concepts， discussed the functions of scholarly pedigree and the features of their scholarly pedigree， and tries to reinterpret scholarly pedigree. Scholarly mentorship consists of academic mentorship and professional mentorship. At the pre-scholar stage， academic background and academic mentorship play the main role， the scholarly pedigree focuses on academic development， playing a role in the cultivation of pre-scholars and their coming into the scholarly network； while at the scholar stage， professional mentorship and scholarly network influence the scholarly pedigree focusing on professional development. Professional pedigree connects scholars with scholarly network， creates opportunities for scholars and promotes the improvement and maturity of scholarly pedigree. Scholarly pedigree of higher education scholars in In- diana University has the features of being applicable， multiple， mixed， and network oriented.
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