Education and identity

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Jossey-Bass Publishers, Dec 7, 1993 - Business & Economics - 542 pages
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Arthur Chickering and Linda Reisser have produced an intelligent and penetrating scholarly work that is a worthy sequel to its distinguished predecessor. If the history of Education and Identity is any indication, this second edition will take its place among the classics in higher education literature.
?Ernest T. Pascarella, professor of educational psychology, the University of Illinois, Chicago

This completely revised and updated edition of Chickering's classic work presents new findings from the last twenty-five years and describes policies and practices in higher education that will foster the broad-based development of human talent essential to our society in the 21st century.

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Desk reference for an guidance counselor, higher education professional. A bit dry and not very userfriendly. Read full review

Contents

A Current Theoretical Context for Student
1
Developing Competence
53
Managing Emotions
83
Copyright

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About the author (1993)

ARTHUR W. CHICKERING is professor of educational leadership and human development at George Mason University. He is author of numerous books and the recipient of numerous awards, including the E. F. Lindquist Award from the American Educational Research Association for his studies of college impacts on student development. LINDA REISSER is dean of Student Services at Rockland Community College. She had been a participant in the National Institute for Leadership Development "Leaders of the '80s" program and a Fellow of the National Center on Adult Learning.

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