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Deegan, Mary Jo – Teaching Sociology, 1988
Contends that the ideas of early female sociologists are rarely documented in textbooks, classrooms, or historical accounts of the profession. Provides a guide to reference works, autobiographies, and biographies about 10 early female founders of American sociology. (Author/BSR)
Descriptors: Higher Education, Sex Differences, Sex Fairness, Sociologists
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Deegan, William L. – New Directions for Community Colleges, 1985
Argues that the issues and trends of the past decade make it necessary to reconsider governance processes and the way substantive issues are generated. Reviews major models for governance and proposes a broader, more integrated framework for analyzing governance issues. (DMM)
Descriptors: College Administration, Community Colleges, Governance, Two Year Colleges
Deegan, Patrick; Zimmermann, Rudiger – Englisch, 1973
Descriptors: Elementary Schools, English (Second Language), FLES, Intermediate Grades
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Deegan, William L. – Community and Junior College Journal, 1972
Descriptors: Evaluation Methods, Faculty Evaluation, Student Attitudes, Student Participation
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Deegan, William L. – Junior College Journal, 1972
Descriptors: Extracurricular Activities, Governance, Student Government, Student Participation
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Deegan, William L. – NASPA Journal, 1974
Reports on a study which reviewed student successes and failures in an on-going student controlled program, where accountability, persistence and continuing commitment were required. Several conclusions are presented and weaknesses noted in these programs, many of which can be seen in faculty and administrative programs, too. (Author/PC)
Descriptors: Case Studies, College Students, Governance, Higher Education
Deegan, James G. – 1997
Despite England's long history of research on children's friendships, little is known of what it is like to be or have friends or how developing conceptions of friendship become embedded in children's social lives in increasingly culturally diverse English primary schools. This study, following an extensive search of the literature, explored…
Descriptors: Cultural Differences, Elementary Education, Ethnic Relations, Ethnicity
Deegan, James G. – 1991
The purpose of this ethnographic study was to examine friendships of early adolescents in a culturally diverse fifth grade class in an urban elementary school in the southeastern United States. The study described and interpreted the experiences of being a friend and having a friend in a culturally diverse classroom. The approach was grounded in…
Descriptors: Classification, Classroom Research, Cultural Differences, Elementary School Students
Deegan, William L. – 1986
Community colleges have been at the forefront in providing contract training programs for clients such as businesses, health care organizations, and government agencies. Many state governments are beginning to provide resources for these programs as an incentive to attract or retain business and industry. One of the consequences of the demand for…
Descriptors: Community Development, Contract Training, Economic Development, Job Training
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Deegan, Gregory G. – Tribal College, 1997
Describes the legislative difficulties encountered in the struggle for tribal college funding in the 1980s, including executive classification of Native American higher education as nontrust, decreasing funds despite increased enrollment, and opposition from the Bureau of Indian Affairs. (18 citations) (YKH)
Descriptors: American Indian Education, American Indian Studies, Discriminatory Legislation, Educational Finance
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Deegan, James G. – Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 1993
Draws attention to the potentially harmful effects of evaluating children's friendships on what are often negative outcomes, rather than on the efforts that children make to effectively negotiate their friendships. Describes a study of children's friendships in a fifth-grade, culturally diverse class in a large urban elementary school, revealing…
Descriptors: Classroom Environment, Cultural Differences, Cultural Influences, Elementary Education
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Deegan, Mary Jo – American Sociologist, 1988
Uses correspondence generated by the writing of "The Philadelphia Negro" to describe the collaborative relationship between W.E.B. DuBois and women sociologists. Suggests that this historical bond between Black men and White women in their search for a more egalitarian future has the potential to inform efforts toward greater equity now…
Descriptors: Black Leadership, Civil Rights, Females, Feminism
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Deegan, John, Jr. – Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1978
It is demonstrated here that standardized regression coefficients greater than one can legitimately occur. Furthermore, the relationship between the occurrence of such coefficients and the extent of multicollinearity present among the set of predictor variables in an equation is examined. Comments on the interpretation of these coefficients are…
Descriptors: Correlation, Critical Path Method, Multiple Regression Analysis, Research Design
Thomas, Dominique – Online Submission, 2013
The academic achievement gap between African Americans and their White counterparts has been an issue that has been discussed and dissected for several decades. In 2010, the Schott foundation released a report on Black males in school. It was reported that for the 2007-08 school year, there was only a 47% high school graduation rate for Black…
Descriptors: Advocacy, Achievement Gap, Intervention, Racial Differences
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Quinlan, A.; Curtin, A. – Irish Educational Studies, 2017
This paper explores connections and disconnects between identity and literacy for a group of adolescents in a second level classroom setting. We build on Mead and Vygotsky's conceptualisations of identity formation as an intricate emergent happening constantly formed/reformed by people, in their interactions with others [Mead, G. H. 1999.…
Descriptors: Correlation, Self Concept, Literacy, Interpersonal Relationship
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