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Case studies for student development theory : advancing social justice and inclusion in higher education

Author: Jason C Garvey
Publisher: New York, NY : Routledge, 2020.
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"This much-needed case study book provides higher education and student affairs graduate students, practitioners, and faculty with the tools to enhance their learning of student development theory and to apply this learning to practice. Each chapter offers a summary of theory--covering traditional and newer student development models--in addition to multiple case studies that help readers focus on practice that  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Case studies
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Case studies for student development theory.
New York, NY : Routledge, 2019
(DLC) 2019010008
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jason C Garvey
ISBN: 0429465610 9780429465611 9780429879166 0429879164 9780429879142 0429879148 9780429879159 0429879156
OCLC Number: 1100425039
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Part One: IntroductionConsiderations for Student Development TheoryUsing Case Studies to Move Theory to PracticePart Two: Social Identity DevelopmentStudents' Racial Identity Development by Christa J. PorterCase Study One. Challenging Complicity: (Not) Confronting Racism in Racially-Themed Parties by Lauren Irwin and Alex LangeCase Study Two. Navigating Racial Tensions at a Minority Serving Institution: Creating Affirming and Validating Environments for Students by Raquel Wright-Mair and Cathy AkensCase Study Three. "I'm a Good Person, I Just Say Out of Politics": A Case Exploring Racial Identity, Social Class, and Moral Development by Alex Kappus, Stephen Deaderick, Smita Ruzicka, and Andrew WilsonCase Study Four. "But We're Not One of the Bad Ones": White Racial Innocence and Identity Development in a Service-Learning Context by Zak Foste and Antonio DuranEthnicity, Acculturation, and Student Development by Jessica C. HarrisCase Study One. "What's Your Name?" New Student Orientation by Amber GonzalezCase Study Two. Being Black and Immigrant: A Foreigner to Some, and An Outsider to Others by Dayne Hutchinson and Dawn OgaliCase Study Three. Love over Chai: Navigating Intercultural Conversations and Development by Emma Larkins and Faran SaeedStudents' Sexual Identity Development by Jason C. GarveyCase Study One. Undocuqueer: Coming out of the closet and shadows by Jesus CisnerosCase Study Two. "It's the Intersections That Get Sticky": Navigating Ethnic and Sexual Identities by Mike Hoffshire and Louise Michelle VitalCase Study Three. It's Not All Rainbows and Unicorns: Sexual Identity and Ability in Residence Life by Tony Cawthon and Rachel WagnerGender and Gender Identity Development for Students by Christa J. Porter and Jason C. GarveyCase Study One. Seeking Belongingness: Race, Gender, and Being Trans "Enough" by Mark Chung Kwan Fan, Dolan, and Erin-Kate EscobarCase Study Two. "I need to pump!": Motherhood Receptiveness and Lactation Accommodation in Higher Education by Cindy PhuCase Study Three. Transness=/=Sameness: Navigating Gendered Intersections, Saliencies, and Leadership by T.J. JourianSpirituality and Religion and Student Development by Darris R. MeansCase Study One. Creating Space for Support and Expression of Diverse Worldviews: A Case Exploring Religious Identity Development by Shauna Morin, Zak Foste, Matthew Mayhew, and Alyssa RockenbachCase Study Two. "They're Ruining My Culture...I think": Examining the Nuances of Multiple Worldview Identities by Amanda Armstrong and Jim BarberCase Study Three. Can I Be Both? Exploring the Intersections of Religious, Spiritual, and Sexual Identities by Darris R. Means and Rosemary J. PerezDisability Identities and Student Development by Rosemary J. PerezCase Study One. What is Normal? Understanding Disability Identity Development by Stephani Womack, Melissa Dempsey, and Darren JonesCase Study Two. Unlocking the Doors: Overlapping Identities within Black Deaf Communities by Liann Osborne, Lissa Stapleton, Jaleesa Herrington, and Ashlea HayesCase Study Three. Shifting Identities after a Cancer Diagnosis by Erica Lee, Dena Kneiss, and Tony CawthonSocial Class and Student Development by Darris R. MeansCase Study One. Negotiating Space and Relationships as a First-Generation, Working Class College Student by Sonja Ardoin, Ashley Clayton, becky martinez, and David Nguyen Case Study Two. "We are Definitely Not Privileged": White and Working Class at a Community College by Nicholas Tapia-FuselierCase Study Three. Bowties and Belonging: Navigating Race, Social Class, and Student Staff Recruitment by Matthew Smith, Ariana Mollers, Johanna Ilyssa Padrid-Dykman, and Georgianna MartinCase Study Four. College Student Development and the Complex Intersections of Class, Race, and Gender by Avery OlsonAdditional Theoretical Perspectives on Students' Identities by Jessica C. HarrisCase Study One. Complicating the Intersections of Class, Race, and Generation Status by Lamesha Andrews and Patrice FrenchCase Study Two. Resources, Advocacy and Support for Student Veterans by W. Patrice BrownCase Study Three. "Welcome Home?": Living Between Cultures for Third-Culture Kids in College by Carrie KortegastPart Three: Psychosocial, Cognitive-Structural, and Integrative DevelopmentPsychosocial Development for Students by Christa J. PorterCase Study One. Culturally-Based Celebrations: Honoring Diverse Experiences of Mixed Race Students by Megan Bell and Patty WitkowskyCase Study Two. One of Few: Campus Turmoil Leads to Personal Doubt by Teresita Alvarez-Cortez and Carina BuzoCase Study Three. The Promotion: Examining the Intersections of Psychological Identity Development, Moral Development, and Self Authorship by Daniel Calhoun, Steven Tolman, and Brandin HowardCase Study Four. Challenging White Nationalism through Friendship: The Power of Peers by Kathleen ManningEpistemological and Intellectual Development for Students by Jason C. GarveyCase Study One. Finding Your Voice, Finding Yourself: Examining the Complex Interplay of Intellectual and Racial Identity Development by Alex Boesch, Emily Hagan-Howe, Beverly Colston, and Annie ValentineCase Study Two. What is Too Loud? Music Meets Intellectual Development in the Residence Hall by Stacy A. Jacob and Sammie WalkerCase Study Three. Sorority Traditions: Preservation or Evolution? by Matt JohnsonStudents' Moral Development by Rosemary J. Perez and Jessica C. HarrisCase Study One. "The Lady Doth Protest Too Much": Moral Development at the Intersection of Religion and Sexuality by Drew Ashby-King, Karen Boyd, and Tony CawthonCase Study Two. Accusations of Cheating in Arabic Studies: Navigating Family, Culture, and Responsibility by Michael GoodmanCase Study Three. Black or Blue? Exploring Whose Lives Matter While Balancing the Complexities of Identity and Morality by Tynesha McCullers and Aaron HoodStudents Development of Self Authorship by Rosemary J. PerezCase Study One. "It's (not) in the Syllabus!" Self-Authorship and Transitions for Military Connected Students by Jessica Belue Buckley, Heather Turner, Meghan Pifer, and Ralph Allan Cook, Jr.Case Study Two. Triple Outsider: Experiencing Black Motherhood in Graduate School at a PWI by Deniece Dortch and Dianne DelimaCase Study Three. "You're Either Down, or You're Not!": Self-authorship and Student Activism by Lincoln Wesley Harris, Jr.Part Four: Reflecting on Moving Student Development Theory to PracticeConclusion: Moving Beyond Case Analysis to Advance Social Justice and Inclusion
Responsibility: edited by Jason C. Garvey, Jessica C. Harris, Darris R. Means, Rosemary J. Perez and Christa J. Porter.

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"This much-needed case study book provides higher education and student affairs graduate students, practitioners, and faculty with the tools to enhance their learning of student development theory and to apply this learning to practice. Each chapter offers a summary of theory--covering traditional and newer student development models--in addition to multiple case studies that help readers focus on practice that fosters social justice and inclusion"--

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