College Student Development and Academic Life: Psychological, Intellectual, Social, and Moral Issues
The purpose of this series is to bring together the main currents in today's higher education and examine such crucial issues as the changing nature of education in the U.S., the considerable adjustment demanded of institutions, administrators, the faculty; the role of Catholic education; the remarkable growth of higher education in Latin America, contemporary educational concerns in Europe, and more. Among the many specific questions examined in individual articles are: Is it true that women are subtly changing the academic profession? How is power concentrated in academic organizations? How successful are Latin America's private universities? What is the correlation between higher education and employment in Spain? Is minority graduate education in the U.S. producing the desired results?
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The Seven Vectors
Cognitive and Ethical
On Gaining a Voice
Moral Stages and the Development of Faith
A Minority Identity Development Model
Toward a Model of White Racial Identity Development
Testing a Theoretical Model
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