Coming to Critical Engagement: An Autoethnographic Exploration
Patricia P. Miller
University Press of America, Jan 1, 2006 - Education - 301 pages
Engagement is the label increasingly embraced by higher education to describe activities associated with serving the public interest. What had been viewed previously as service to, extension of, and outreach from is now engagement with as faculty members, students, and staff collaborate with partners in community affairs. This book describes how members of a faculty learning community have come to understand engagement as both intellectual endeavor and scholarly practice at the interface between academy and citizenry. Coming to Critical Engagement argues that the academy has a moral imperative to participate deliberately and consistently in democratic and systemic discourse with the public.
1 page matching "The Empowerment Approach to Social Work Practice" in this book
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
A Frame of Reference
Stories of Critical Engagement
Living Our Way into a New
7 other sections not shown
academic action research approach associated Bawden believe Boyer challenges chapter cognitive collaboration communities of practice Community Psychology complex concept concern connections context conversation creating critical engagement critique culture decision deliberative democracy dialogue discourse diverse dominant efforts emerged emphasis empowerment Engaged Learning engagement interface epistemic epistemological ethical example experience expression faculty focus Foster-Fishman gagement goals Habermas hermeneutic higher education ideas important individual inquiry institutions interpretation involved issues Journal judgment knowledge Land-Grant Universities lives matter means ment Mezirow Michigan State University modern moral multiple nature norms organizational organizations outcomes outreach paradigm participants participatory partners perspective phronesis political Press problem professional Questia questions reflection relationships response role Rosaen scholarly scholarship of engagement shared situated learning social capital society stakeholders stance sustainable systems thinking teachers Tempered Radicals things thinking tion transformation understanding Univ W. K. Kellogg Foundation Yankelovich