Knowing and reasoning in college: gender-related patterns in students' intellectual development
This book shows how ways of knowing change over the course of college and how gAnder influences ways of reasoning. It provides both student affairs professionals and teaching faculty with valuable insights into improving practice in such areas as student organizations, internships, campus employment, instructional approaches, evaluation methods, and more.
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fi Studying Ways of Knowing
2 J GenderRelated Patterns in Knowing
Receiving and Mastering
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