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The Resource Cultivating the sociological imagination : concepts and models for service-learning in sociology, James Ostrow, Garry Hesser, and Sandra Enos, volume editors ; Edward Zlotkowski, series editor

Cultivating the sociological imagination : concepts and models for service-learning in sociology, James Ostrow, Garry Hesser, and Sandra Enos, volume editors ; Edward Zlotkowski, series editor

Label
Cultivating the sociological imagination : concepts and models for service-learning in sociology
Title
Cultivating the sociological imagination
Title remainder
concepts and models for service-learning in sociology
Statement of responsibility
James Ostrow, Garry Hesser, and Sandra Enos, volume editors ; Edward Zlotkowski, series editor
Title variation
  • Concepts and models for service-learning in sociology
  • Sociology
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
TDL
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1956-
  • 1949-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Ostrow, James M.
  • Hesser, Garry
  • Enos, Sandra
  • American Sociological Association
  • American Association for Higher Education
Series statement
AAHE's series on service-learning in the disciplines
Series volume
v. 7
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Sociology
  • Service learning
  • Service learning
Label
Cultivating the sociological imagination : concepts and models for service-learning in sociology, James Ostrow, Garry Hesser, and Sandra Enos, volume editors ; Edward Zlotkowski, series editor
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Reprint. Originally published by the American Association for Higher Education
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Building campus-community connections: using service-learning in sociology courses
  • J. Richard Kendrick
  • Multicultural and critical perspective on teaching through community: a dialogue with Jose Calderon of Pitzer College
  • Sandra Enos
  • Service-research projects in the urban school: a dialogue with Frank Furstenberg, Jr., of the University of Pennsylvania
  • Sandra Enos
  • Service-learning as symbolic interaction
  • Barbara H. Vann
  • Joys of your troubles: using service and reflection to enhance learning in the community college sociology classroom
  • Martha Bergin and Susan McAleavey
  • Service-learning: not charity, but a two-way street
  • Service-learning through meta-reflection: problems and prospects of praxis in organizational sociology
  • Hugh F. Lena
  • Action research: the highest stage of service-learning?
  • Douglas V. Porpora
  • Examining communities and urban change: service-learning as collaborative research
  • Garry Hesser
  • Sociology, service, and learning, for a stronger discipline
  • Carla B. Howery
  • Judith R. Blau
  • Service-learning and the teachability of sociology
  • James Ostrow
  • Sociology's essential role: promoting critical analysis in service-learning
  • Sam Marullo
  • Sociology and service-learning: a critical look
  • Kerry J. Strand
Control code
ocm85784619
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xv, 228 p.
Isbn
9781563770173
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 945573
  • (OCoLC)85784619
Label
Cultivating the sociological imagination : concepts and models for service-learning in sociology, James Ostrow, Garry Hesser, and Sandra Enos, volume editors ; Edward Zlotkowski, series editor
Publication
Note
Reprint. Originally published by the American Association for Higher Education
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
  • Building campus-community connections: using service-learning in sociology courses
  • J. Richard Kendrick
  • Multicultural and critical perspective on teaching through community: a dialogue with Jose Calderon of Pitzer College
  • Sandra Enos
  • Service-research projects in the urban school: a dialogue with Frank Furstenberg, Jr., of the University of Pennsylvania
  • Sandra Enos
  • Service-learning as symbolic interaction
  • Barbara H. Vann
  • Joys of your troubles: using service and reflection to enhance learning in the community college sociology classroom
  • Martha Bergin and Susan McAleavey
  • Service-learning: not charity, but a two-way street
  • Service-learning through meta-reflection: problems and prospects of praxis in organizational sociology
  • Hugh F. Lena
  • Action research: the highest stage of service-learning?
  • Douglas V. Porpora
  • Examining communities and urban change: service-learning as collaborative research
  • Garry Hesser
  • Sociology, service, and learning, for a stronger discipline
  • Carla B. Howery
  • Judith R. Blau
  • Service-learning and the teachability of sociology
  • James Ostrow
  • Sociology's essential role: promoting critical analysis in service-learning
  • Sam Marullo
  • Sociology and service-learning: a critical look
  • Kerry J. Strand
Control code
ocm85784619
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
xv, 228 p.
Isbn
9781563770173
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 945573
  • (OCoLC)85784619

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