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Student Development in College : Theory, Research, and Practice.

Author/Creator:
Patton, Lori D.
Publication:
Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2016.
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1 online resource (550 pages)
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3rd ed.
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College student development programs -- United States.
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Contents:
Intro
Title Page
Copyright
Table of Contents
Dedication
Figures and Exhibits
About the Authors
Acknowledgments
Preface
Part One: Understanding, Using, and Translating Student Development Theory
Chapter One: An Introduction to Student Development Theory
Defining Student Development Theory
A Brief History of the Student Development Movement
The Evolution of Student Development Theory
Conclusion
Chapter Two: Foundations for Understanding Student Development Theory
Paradigmatic Perspectives and Theoretical Worldviews
Content and Process Theories and Models
What's Next?
Chapter Three: Using Student Development Theory
The Role of Theory
Evaluating Theory
Integrative Approaches to Using Student Development Theory
Integrative Approaches to Using Student Development Theory: An Application
Conclusion
Part Two: Social Identity Development
Chapter Four: Social Identity: Concepts and Overview
Definition and Historical Context
Oppression
Privilege
Multiple Identities
Future Directions
Chapter Five: Racial Identity Development
Racial Identity Development Models
Research
Application
Mixed Race And Multiracial Identity Development
Research
Application
Critique and Future Directions
Chapter Six: Ethnic Identity Development and Acculturation
Framing Ethnic Identity
Ethnic Identity and College Students
Components of Ethnic Identity and Acculturation
Models of Ethnic Identity Development
Latino and Latina Ethnic Identity in College Students
Ethnic Identity of Asian Americans
Ethnic Identity of Indigenous Peoples
Ethnic Identity of African and Afro-Caribbean Americans
European American Identity/White Ethnic Identity
Measuring Ethnic Identity
Critique and Future Directions
Chapter Seven: Sexual Identity Development.
Sexual Identity Development Concepts and Models
Unifying Model of Sexual Identity Development
Application
Critique and Future Directions
Chapter Eight: Gender and Gender Identity Development
Foundational Concepts: Sex, Gender, and Gender Identity
Gender Identities
Gender Identity Development
Application
Critique and Future Directions
Chapter Nine: Development of Faith and Spirituality
Fowler's Theory of Faith Development
Parks's Theory of Faith Development
Astin, Astin, and Lindholm's Spiritual and Religious Measures
Religious Identity Development and Diverse Worldviews
Research on College Student Spirituality and Religion
Critique and Future Directions
Chapter Ten: Disability Identities and Identity Development
Approaches to Understanding College Students with Disabilities
Critique, Application, and Future Directions
Chapter Eleven: Social Class and Identity
Defining Social Class
Myths Regarding Social Class
Social Class Identities
Theories of Class and Capital
Research
Critique and Future Directions
Chapter Twelve: Emerging Theoretical Perspectives on Student Experiences and Identities
Digital Experiences and Identities
National Experiences and Identities
Feminist Experiences and Identities
Student Veteran Experiences and Identities
Student Athlete Identities and Experiences
Future Directions
Part Three: Psychosocial, Cognitive-Structural, and Integrative Development
Chapter Thirteen: Psychosocial Identity Development
Erikson's Identity Development Theory
Marcia's Ego Identity Statuses
Josselson's Theory of Women's Development
Chickering's Developmental Vectors and Educationally Influential Environments
Research
Application
Critique and Future Directions
Chapter Fourteen: Epistemological and Intellectual Development.
Assumptions and Origins
Perry's Theory of Intellectual and Ethical Development
Belenky, Clinchy, Goldberger, and Tarule's Women's Ways of Knowing
King and Kitchener's Reflective Judgment Model
Critique and Future Directions
Chapter Fifteen: Moral Development
Kohlberg's Theory of Moral Development
Rest's Neo-Kohlbergian Approach
Research on Moral Stage Development
Gilligan's Theory of Women's Moral Development
Research on Gilligan's Theory of Moral Development
Critique and Future Directions
Chapter Sixteen: Development of Self-Authorship
Kegan's Theory of the Evolution of Consciousness
Baxter Magolda's Self-Authorship Theory
Research on Self-Authorship
Critique and Future Directions
Part Four: Reflecting on Theory to Practice
Chapter Seventeen: Student Affairs Educators as Partners in Using Student Development Theory
Engaging Students and Colleagues in Discussions About Theories
Difficult Dialogues About Theory
Recognizing Educators' Own Developmental Capacities
Conclusion
Chapter Eighteen: Implications and Future Directions for Practice, Research, and Theory Development
What Has Been Achieved?
Limitations of the Existing Theories
Recommendations for the Future
Conclusion
Afterword
Appendix: Case Study Scenario: Introducing Prescott University's Selected Sahe Graduate Students
Student Portraits
What's Next?
References
Index
End User License Agreement.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Contributor:
Renn, Kristen A.
Guido, Florence M.
Quaye, Stephen John.
Evans, Nancy J.
Forney, Deanna S.
Other format:
Print version: Patton, Lori D. Student Development in College
ISBN:
9781118821862
9781118821817
OCLC:
930364303