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Susan R. Jones is an associate professor and section head in the Higher Education and Student Affairs Program at The Ohio State University. She was among the first researchers to look at multiple dimensions of identity in the student development research field and is the originator of the Model of Multiple Dimensions of Identity.
Elisa S. Abes is an associate professor of student affairs in higher education at Miami University in Ohio. She teaches student development theory courses with an emphasis on identity development and is the originator of the Reconceptualized Model of Multiple Dimensions of Identity.
Table of Contents
List of Tables and Figures vii
The Authors ix
Marcia B. Baxter Magolda
SECTION ONE SITUATING IDENTITY 1
1 Situating Ourselves in the Study of Identity 5
2 Situating the Study of Identity in the Evolution of Student Development Theories 19
SECTION TWO MULTIPLE IDENTITIES AND MODELS 47
3 Multiple Social Identities and Intersecting Identities 53
4 Model of Multiple Dimensions of Identity 77
5 Reconceptualized Model of Multiple Dimensions of Identity 97
SECTION THREE CRITICAL THEORETICAL FRAMEWORKS AND MULTIPLE IDENTITIES 123
6 Intersectionality 135
7 Critical Race Theory 166
with Stephen John Quaye
8 Queer Theory 191
with David Kasch
SECTION FOUR EDUCATIONAL APPLICATIONS AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS 213
9 Application of the Models in Educational Contexts 219
10 Future Directions: Considering Theoretical Perspectives in Conjunction with One Another 252
Final Interludes 288
Name Index 311
Subject Index 315