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This sweeping resource gathers together in one volume the diverse body of theory informing our understanding of students' intellectual, cognitive, social, moral, and identity development during the college years. It critically examines the recent body of theory that reflects the changes, complexity, and diversity of today's campuses with special emphasis on gender and cultural differences in student development.
Table of Contents
|Figures and Exhibit||p. ix|
|The Authors||p. xii|
|Understanding and Using Student Development Theory||p. 1|
|Definitions and Historical Roots of Students Development||p. 5|
|Using Students Development Theory||p. 22|
|Foundation Theories||p. 41|
|Psychosocial Identity Development||p. 47|
|Chickering's Theory of Identity Development||p. 64|
|Perry's Theory of Intellectual and Ethical Development||p. 82|
|Moral Development Theory||p. 99|
|Later Cognitive Structural Theories||p. 119|
|Kolb's Theory of Experiential Learning||p. 136|
|Integrative Theories||p. 153|
|Ecological Approaches to College Student Development||p. 157|
|Development of Self-Authorship||p. 176|
|Development of Faith and Spirituality||p. 194|
|Schlossberg's Transition Theory||p. 212|
|Social Identity Development||p. 227|
|Social Identity: Concept and Overview||p. 233|
|Racial Identity Development||p. 252|
|Ethnic Identity and Acculturation||p. 271|
|Multiracial Identity Development||p. 288|
|Sexual Identity Development||p. 305|
|Gender and Gender Identity Development||p. 327|
|Concluding Reflections||p. 347|
|Using Theories in Combination||p. 349|
|Final Thoughts and Future Directions||p. 359|
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