Contested Issues in Student Affairs Diverse Perspectives and Respectful Dialogue

ISBN-10: 1579225845

ISBN-13: 9781579225841

Edition: 2011

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List price: $35.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 8/22/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 498
Size: 7.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.990
Language: English

Marcia B. Baxter Magolda is Distinguished Professor of Educational Leadership at the Miami University of Ohio and a nationally recognized author and speaker on student development and learning. In 2007 she received the Association for the Study of Higher Education's Research Achievement Award for her outstanding contribution to advancing student learning. Her scholarship addresses the evolution of learning and development in college and subsequent adult life, and educational practice to promote self-authorship. Her seventh and eighth books respectively are Authoring Your Life and Development and Assessment of Self-Authorship.

Peter M. Magolda is Professor of Educational Leadership at Miami University. He teaches culture and inquiry seminars. His scholarship focuses on ethnographic studies of college students, critical issues in qualitative research, and program evaluation. He is co-author of It's All About Jesus: Faith as an Oppositional Collegiate Subculture with Kelsey Ebben, and serves, or has served, on the editorial boards of Research in Higher Education and the Journal of Educational Research. He is an ACPA Senior Scholar inductee, and in 2004 received the School of Education and Allied Profession' Richard Delp Outstanding Faculty Member award, as well as the Maude Stewart Alumni Award from The Ohio State University.

Preface: Peter Magolda and Marcia Baxter Magolda, Miami University
What Counts as Essential Knowledge for Student Affairs Educators?
Intellectual Curiosity and Lifelong Learning
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How Does the Perception That Learning Takes Place Exclusively in Classrooms Persist?
Expanding the Learning Environment
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How Are Dichotomies Such as Scholar-Practitioner and Theory-Practice Helpful and Harmful to the Profession?
Developing Professional Judgment
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If Student Affairs-Academic Affairs Collaboration is Such A Good Idea, Why Are There so Few Examples of These Partnerships in American Higher Education?
Transforming Our Approach to Education: Cultivating Partnerships and Dialogue
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Challenges of Promoting Learning and Development
In This Age of Consumerism, What Are the Implications of Giving Students What They Want?
Have it Your Way U
Response
What Are the Risks and Benefits Associated with Allowing Students to Fail, If Learning Results?
Creative Learning for Challenging Times: The Promise and Peril of Risk
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Does Social Networking Enhance Or Impede Student Learning?
Social Networking and Student Learning: Friends without Benefits
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What is the Relationship Between Changing University Policy and Changing Student Norms?
Where Policy Meets Student Behavior
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If Curbing Alcohol Abuse on College Campuses is an Impossible Dream, Why Bother with Interventions Aimed at Curbing Abuse?
Navigating the Drinking Culture to Become Productive Citizens
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What Should Universities Do About Overly Involved Parents?
Aiming to Redefine, not Restrict, Parental Involvement: How to Foster Developmentally Effective Parent-Student Partnerships
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In This Age of Accountability, What Counts as Good; and How Do We Know If Student Affairs Educators Really Make A Difference in the Lives of Students?
Student affairs in the Age of Accountability and Assessment
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Why is It so Challenging for Collegians and Student Affairs Educators to Talk About Race?
The Elephant in the Room
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Do Identity Centers (E.G., Women���s Centers, Ethnic Centers, Lgbt Centers) Divide Rather Than Unite Higher Education Faculty, Students, and Administrators? If So, Why Are They so Prevalent on College Campuses?
Identity Centers: An Idea Whose Time Has Come...and Gone?
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What Does It Mean to Act Affirmatively in Hiring Processes?
Diversity as a Strategic Imperative in Higher Education
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Girl Or Woman?...Dorm Or Residence Hall? ...What���s the Big Deal About Language?
The Power of Language
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What Are the Implications of Providing Special Considerations to Particular Students?
" Special Considerations for a Universal Problem: Campus Accommodations
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What Are the Responsibilities and Limits of Student Affairs Educators��� Role in Addressing Burgeoning Student Mental Health Issues?
Supporting Collegians��� Mental Health: Collaboration and Role Differentiation
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What Roles Should Student Affairs Educators Play in Attending to Students��� Religious and Spiritual Needs?
Creating Space for Spirituality and Religion in Student Affairs Practice
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How Do Student Affairs Educators Protect Freedom of Speech While Ensuring Civil Discourse?
Putting the Hammer Down
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Organizing Student Affairs Practice for Learning and Social Justice
Why is the Gap so Wide Between Espousing A Social Justice Agenda to Promote Learning and Enacting It? What Could Student Affairs Educators Do to Genuinely Enact A Social Justice Ideology?
Moving Beyond Good Intentions
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What Would Student Affairs Organizational Structures Look Like If They Supported Inclusive, Learning-Centered Practices?
Advancing Inclusive and Learning-centered Practice: Redesigning Student Affairs Work
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What Forms Would Supervision Take to Model Inclusive, Learning-Oriented Practice?
The Case for Developmental Supervision
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Why Do Student Affairs Educators Struggle to Set Professional Boundaries?
Establishing and Maintaining Healthy Professional and Personal Boundaries
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How Do Professionals Navigate Situations When Their Professional Beliefs Clash with Their Supervisors��� Or Organizations��� Beliefs?
Engaging in Dialogues about Difference in the Workplace
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