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Rethinking College Student Development Theory Using Critical Frameworks


reviewed by Rachel Wagner - April 20, 2020

coverTitle: Rethinking College Student Development Theory Using Critical Frameworks
Author(s): Elisa S. Abes, Susan R. Jones & D-L Stewart
Publisher: Stylus Publishing, Sterling, VA
ISBN: 1620367637, Pages: 286, Year: 2019
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: April 20, 2020
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 23273, Date Accessed: 9/21/2020 3:44:51 AM

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  • Rachel Wagner
    Clemson University
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    RACHEL WAGNER, Ed.D., is an Assistant Professor in Higher Education and Student Affairs in the Department of Educational and Organizational Leadership at Clemson University. Prior to her faculty appointment at Clemson, she spent sixteen years in progressively responsible positions in housing and residence life. The goal of her research is to understand how post-secondary environments can support human flourishing. She is currently working with a team on a participatory action project that evaluates the use of applied drama rehearsals to transform discrete instances of toxic masculinity on campus
 
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