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Becoming Socialized in Student Affairs Administration A Guide for New Professionals and Their Supervisors

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ISBN-10: 1579222765

ISBN-13: 9781579222765

Edition: 2009

Authors: Ashley Tull, Joan B. Hirt, Sue Saunders

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Book details

List price: $34.00
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Stylus Publishing, LLC
Publication date: 6/15/2009
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 260
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.078
Language: English

Ashley Tull serves as the Director of Assessment and Strategic Initiatives for the Division of Student Affairs at SMU. He most recently served as Assistant Vice President for Student Life Studies at Tarleton State University and has held previous administration and teaching roles at the University of Texas at Arlington, University of Arkansas-Fayetteville, Florida State University, Georgia Highlands College, and Middle Georgia State College. Tull earned a bachelor of science with honors in social and rehabilitation services and a master's of education in college student personnel services from the University of Southern Mississippi. He received a graduate certificate in human resource…    

Joan B. Hirt

Acknowledgments
Preface
Effective Socialization of New Professionals: Processes and Importance
The Socialization Process for New Professionals
Quality of Work Life Why Socialization Matters
Contexts that Influence Socialization of New Professionals
The Influence of Institutional Type on Socialization
Changing Student Characteristics and Socialization
Strategies to Enhance Socialization of New Professionals
Graduate Preparation Programs The First Step in Socialization
Orientation in the Socialization Process
Supervision and Mentorship in the Socialization Process
Staff-Peer Relationships in the Socialization Process
Institutional Socialization Initiatives
Professional Associations and Socialization
Implications and Future Directions for Effective Socialization
Conclusions and Recommendations
Contributors
Index