Mann, provides a scholarly overview of the history and origins of ecofeminism. Knowledge Capital and Excellence: Implications of a Science-Centered University for Gender Equity, Nelly P. Higher Education faculty, managers, deans, presidents, and policy makers will find this book contributes significantly to their own policy analysis, practice, and discourse. Consuming Higher Education: Who Is Paying the Price? Research in the College Context helps beginning scholars and practitioners conceptualize how they might find answers to the perplexing questions that are relevant to their situations. Marquita Rodgers PhD student published her book review of A. Further, both Teboho Moja and J.
Jeni Hart and Jennifer Hubbard Part 3: Discursive Constructions of Change 9. Rebecca Ropers-Huilman is a Professor of Higher Education at the University of Minnesota. Indeed, this was an ongoing theme in nearly every conversation as we planned for and worked to bring this text to fruition; we desired to produce a text that reflected diversity in its treatment of topics. Jeni Hart and Jennifer Hubbard Part 3: Discursive Constructions of Change 9. The strengths of this book were many. Thus, in order to bring about positive changes student activists need to effectively influence administrators.
Tonia Ferrell PhD student published her book review of M. Gender theory has long suggested that, especially since gender is a socially constructed category, gender can more aptly be seen as a continuum with multiple opportunities for constructed identities Bornstein, 1995; Fausto-Sterling, 2000; Wilchins, 1997. Also useful was Ruth V. The paper also describes how team members achieved successes despite the contradictory demands. Consuming Higher Education: Who Is Paying the Price? The article concludes by urging educators and scholars to pay attention to the ways in which minds and bodies influence teaching and learning interactions. Our second critique addresses how the concept of gender was constructed in this text.
Higher Education faculty, managers, deans, presidents, and policy makers will find this book contributes significantly to their own policy analysis, practice, and discourse. Allan Index About the Editors Elizabeth J. Questions and Complexities in Feminist Poststructural Policy Analysis, Rebecca Ropers-Huilman, Susan V. Motivated to Make a Difference: Student Change Agents' Gendered Framing of Engagement, Rebecca Ropers-Huilman 10. Iverson, and Rebecca Ropers-Huilman 2.
Women Administrators in Higher Education: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives. I found Robert Schwartz's contextualization of historical research in terms of what was needed in understanding higher education particularly illuminating. Additionally, traditional approaches to studying planning were not always adequate to describe compliance-gaining communication. Specifically, a third strength was the clear structure for each of the methodologically oriented chapters. In the last chapter, Sax highlights areas where she found significant differences for men and women and offers practical advice for creating campus programs and initiatives to take these differences into account. This is Kent State's second year running placing in the competition! Sax wonders if the men who incur a great deal of debt worry more about getting a well-paying job after college than creating a meaningful philosophy of life.
Neete Saha PhD student presented with Aryn Karpinski on February 1, 2013: The Influence of Social Media on International Students' Academic and Psychological Well-Being. First, and perhaps most importantly, the methods proposed in this text were both diverse and clearly useful in helping scholars enrich their understandings of college environments. We are proud and excited to present a renewed resource for those of us who are interested in and informed by feminist knowledge and action as they shape the fields of Women's Studies, Gender Studies, and Sexuality Studies. Corrective Lenses: Suffrage, Feminist Poststructural Analysis, and the History of Higher Education, Jana Nidiffer 4. Reconstructing Policy in Higher Education highlights the work of accomplished and award-winning scholars, and provides an in-depth examination of theoretical frameworks and concrete examples of how feminist post-structuralism effectively informs research methods and can serve as a vital tool for policy makers and analysts. Summary: We hope this book both facilitates and interrupts policy conversations, therefore drawing forth multiple ways of making sense of the policies that guide our relationships with each other and structure access to resources.
This qualitative study linked cognitive processes of plans and planning to compliance-gaining message production. New Foundations for Higher Education Series, Marybeth Gasman and Edward St. Allan Part 2: Subjects and Objects of Policy 6. The Discursive Framing of Women Leaders in Higher Education, Suzanne Gordon, Susan V. Yet, we are aware of what is represented and absent in this book.
We deconstruct the assumption that such a policy initiative is either empowering or constraining by suggesting it could be both for all participants involved. This new title more clearly matches our expanded focus. Rebecca Ropers-Huilman is a Professor of Higher Education at the University of Minnesota. Rebecca's 2009 editorial also focused on the common purposes that we share with the National Women's Studies Association, referring particularly to building feminist community and being committed to promoting both experienced and emerging scholars. Allan is an Associate Professor of Higher Education at the University of Maine where she is also an affiliated faculty member with the Women's Studies program. Lederman emphasizes the importance of those translating science into public knowledge presenting a range of perspectives on potentially life-changing scientific developments.
Developing Students: Becoming Someone But Not Anyone, Susan Talburt 7. While teaching has long been an integral part of postsecondary institutions in this country, it has not always been stable or consistent in form or function. Iverson, and Rebecca Ropers-Huilman 2. When we're unclear about the potential solutions to ongoing problems, how can we develop useful remedies? Allan Part 1: Productions of Power through Presence within Absence 3. Emphasizing the need to focus on which types of students benefit from which college experiences, Sax presents her investigation of how women and men: a differ when they enter college currently and over time; b experience a contraction or expansion of gender differences in their college years; and c are affected whether similarly or differently by their collegiate experiences.
Second, it was generally clear that the authors were proposing ideas and methodological tools at a basic level. Already at that time, though, changes were beginning to occur for the journal itself. Foregrounding the multiple purposes and research relationships developed through feminist research, the essay urges higher education scholars to engage feminist theories, epistemologies, and methods to inform policy, research, and practice. Severin's article considers contemporary Scottish poets Kathleen Jamie's and Valerie Gillies's efforts to explore the boundaries of and find the connections between nature and humanity. Higher Education faculty, managers, deans, presidents, and policy makers will find this book contributes significantly to their own policy analysis, practice, and discourse. List of Contributors Foreword, Judith Glazer-Raymo Acknowledgements 1.