Voices of Students in Multicultural Service-Learning Settings

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Abstract

Journals of 30 college students of child development engaged in community-based service learning in multicultural settings revealed three themes. Students: (1) articulated their own approaches or philosophies regarding racial issues; (2) expressed concerns about specific multicultural or race-related incidents; and (3) discussed the resources they relied on to put their experiences into a larger perspective. (Author/MSE)

Author-supplied keywords

  • Child Development
  • College Students
  • Cultural Pluralism
  • ERIC, Current Index to Journals in Education (CIJE
  • Higher Education
  • Public Service
  • Racial Attitudes
  • School Community Relationship
  • Service Learning
  • Student Attitudes
  • Student Development
  • Student Experience

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  • Michelle R Dunlap

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