Table of contents for Civic engagement and community service at research universities engaging undergraduates for social justice, social change and responsible citizenship / Krista M. Soria, Tania D. Mitchell, editors.

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Introduction: Developing Undergraduates’ Civic Capabilities: The Unique Contributions of American Public Research Universities; Krista M. Soria, Tania D. Mitchell, and June Nobbe. - Part 1: Institutional Conditions Framing Undergraduates’ Civic and Citizenship Engagement at Research Universities. - 1. Civic Attitudes Development among Undergraduate Students at American Research Universities: An Examination by Student Gender, Race/Ethnicity, and Socioeconomic Status; Young K. Kim, Marla A. Franco, and Liz A. Rennick. -2. Creating the Conditions for Political Engagement: A Narrative Approach for Community-Engaged Scholarship and Civic Leadership Development; Brandon W. Kliewer and Kerry L. Priest. - 3. Civic and Community Engagement Impact on Economically Disadvantaged Students; Victoria Porterfield. - 4. Community Service and Service-Learning at Large, Public Research Universities; Jeremy L. Williams, Krista M. Soria, and Claire Erickson. - 5. Redefining Civic Engagement: A Developmental Model of Students’ Civic-Related Capabilities; Luis Ponjuan, Cynthia Alcantar, and Krista M. Soria. - Part 2: Undergraduates’ Participation in Community Service and Service-Learning: Involvement and Outcomes. - 6. Civic Attitudes and the Undergraduate Experience; Gary R. Kirk and Jacob Grohs. - 7. Modeling the Influence of Service-Learning on Academic and Sociocultural Gains: Findings from a Multi-Institutional Study; Andrew Furco, Daniel Jones-White, Ronald Huesman, Jr., and Laura Gorny. - 8. Pluralistic Outcomes Associated with Undergraduates’ Citizenship Development; Krista M. Soria, Matthew Johnson, and Tania D. Mitchell. - 9. Belonging and Satisfaction of Service-Minded Students at American Research Universities; Teniell L. Trolian, Sarah SanGiovanni, and Wayne Jacobson. - Part 3: Engaging Undergraduates for Social Justice and Social Change: Critical Perspectives on Students’ Civic Engagement. - 10. Realizing a Critical Framework for Service-Learning at an American Public Research University; Douglas Barrera, Kealiʻi Kukahiko, Lauren N. Willner, Kathy O’Byrne. - 11. Implementing Wingspread at the University of Virginia: Culture, Crisis, and Student Activism; Rose Cole, Walter F. Heinecke, Ibby Han, and Nqobile Mthethwa. - 12. Seeking Social Justice: Undergraduates’ Engagement in Social Change and Social Justice at American Research Universities; Tania D. Mitchell and Krista M. Soria. - Conclusion: Revisiting the Civic Mission of the American Public Research University; Tania D. Mitchell

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Citizenship -- Study and teaching (Higher)