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Contents List of Contributors Foreword Acknowledgements Dedication Section I INTRODUCTION 1 Overview and Introduction Tammy D. Allen, Lillian T. Eby 2 Definition and Evolution of Mentoring Lillian T. Eby, Jean Rhodes, Tammy D. Allen Section II THEORETICAL APPROACHES AND METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES 3 Theoretical Approaches and Methodological Issues Involving Youth Mentoring Relationships Thomas E. Keller 4 Theoretical Approaches and Methodological Issues Involving Student-Faculty Mentoring Relationships W. Brad Johnson, Gail Rose, Lewis Z. Schlosser 5 Workplace Mentoring: Theoretical Approaches and Methodological Issues Terri A. Scandura, Ekin K. Pellegrini 6 Reflections on the Theoretical Approaches and Methodological Issues in Mentoring Relationships Marcus M. Butts, Jaime R. Durley, Lillian T. Eby Section III NATURALLY OCCURRING MENTORING RELATIONSHIPS 7 Naturally Occurring Mentoring Relationships Involving Youth Rene Spencer 8 Naturally Occurring Student-Faculty Mentoring Relationships: A Literature Review Carol A. Mullen 9 Naturally Occurring Mentoring Relationships Involving Workplace Employees Thomas W. Dougherty, Daniel B. Turban, Dana L. Haggard 10 Reflections on Naturally Occurring Mentoring Relationships Elizabeth Lentz, Tammy D. Allen Part IV BENEFITS OF MENTORING 11 The Benefits Associated with Youth Mentoring Relationships Lynn Blinn-Pike 12 Student-Faculty Mentorship Outcomes W. Brad Johnson 13 The Benefits Associated with Workplace Mentoring Relationships Aarti Ramaswami, George F. Dreher 14 Reflections on the Benefits of Mentoring Angie Lockwood, Sarah C. Evans, Lillian T. Eby Part V DIVERSITY AND MENTORING 15 Diversity and Youth Mentoring Relationships Belle Liang, Jennifer Grossman 16 Mentoring in Academia: Considerations for Diverse Populations William E. Sedlacek, Eric Benjamin, Lewis Z. Schlosser, Hung-Bin Sheu 17 Diversity and Workplace Mentoring Relationships: A Review and Positive Social Capital Approach Belle Rose Ragins 18 Reflections on Diversity and Mentoring Hazel-Anne M. Johnson, Xian Xu, Tammy D. Allen Part VI BEST PRACTICES FOR FORMAL MENTORING PROGRAMS 19 Best Practices for Formal Youth Mentoring Andrew Miller 20 Best Practices for Student-Faculty Mentoring Programs Clark D. Campbell 21 Best Practices for Workplace Formal Mentoring Programs Lisa M. Finkelstein, Mark L. Poteet 22 Reflections on the Best Practices for Formal Mentoring Programs Kimberly E. O¿Brien, Ozgun Burcu Rodopman, TammyD. Allen Part VII INTEGRATING MULTIPLE MENTORING PERSPECTIVES 23 New Directions in Mentoring Steve Bearman, Stacy Blake-Beard, Laurie Hunt, Faye Crosby 24 Common Bonds: An Integrative View of Mentoring Relationships Tammy Allen, U. of South Florida & Lillian Eby Name index Subject index
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