1st Edition

Service Learning for Civic Engagement 5 Volume Set

    1404 Pages
    by Routledge

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    Each volume in this series of five, illustrates an array of approaches to examining a community issue and its hoped that, by exploring examples across the disciplines, faculty will be inspired to develop their own concepts for courses that combine academic and civic learning. Each volume of the series will focus on a specific social issue・gender and power, race and immigration, community health, and so forth・and then solicit contributions from faculty across disciplines who can provide insight into how they have motivated their students to engage in learning that extends beyond the boundaries of disciplinary goals.

    Volumes 1-5 : Race, Poverty, and Social Justice, Gender Identity, Equity, and Violence, Promoting Health and Wellness in Underserved Communities, Research, Advocacy, and Political Engagement, Social Responsibility and Sustainability


    Gerald S. Eisman, series editor: CSU Service-Learning Faculty Scholar