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Wray-Lake, Laura; Syvertsen, Amy K.; Flanagan, Constance A. – Developmental Psychology, 2016
Social responsibility can be defined as a set of prosocial values representing personal commitments to contribute to community and society. Little is known about developmental change--and predictors of that change--in social responsibility during adolescence. The present study used an accelerated longitudinal research design to investigate the…
Descriptors: Developmental Stages, Adolescent Development, Longitudinal Studies, Social Responsibility
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Arriola, Sonya; Murphy, Katy – Journal of College Admission, 2010
Undocumented students are a population defined by limitations. Their lack of legal residency and any supporting paperwork (e.g., Social Security number, government issued identification) renders them essentially invisible to the American and state governments. They cannot legally work. In many states, they cannot legally drive. After the age of…
Descriptors: Identification, College Admission, Undocumented Immigrants, Barriers
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Bey, Sharif – Studies in Art Education: A Journal of Issues and Research in Art Education, 2017
While establishing herself as one of the premier African American sculptors of the 1920s, Augusta Savage began teaching children's art classes in her basement studio. Later, as the Director of the Harlem Community Art Center, Savage networked with philanthropists, political leaders, and African American artists/performers/writers to discuss how…
Descriptors: African American Education, Art Education, Artists, Art Teachers
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Beth, Alicia D.; Jordan, Michelle E.; Schallert, Diane L.; Reed, JoyLynn H.; Kim, Minseong – Interactive Learning Environments, 2015
The purpose of this study was to investigate whether and how students enact "responsibility" and "generativity" through their comments in asynchronous online discussions. "Responsibility" referred to discourse markers indicating participants' sense that their contributions are required in order to uphold their…
Descriptors: Student Responsibility, Online Courses, Asynchronous Communication, Computer Mediated Communication
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Mills, Lindsey – Journal of Continuing Higher Education, 2020
Recent data reveal that nearly half of all full-time undergraduate students in the U.S. are employed, which means balancing competing responsibilities related to work, school, family, and social lives. The purpose of this pilot interview study was to understand the experiences of full-time college students who work at least 30 h per week. Four…
Descriptors: Student Experience, Student Responsibility, Student Employment, Full Time Students
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Bettini, Elizabeth; Wang, Jun; Cumming, Michelle; Kimerling, Jenna; Schutz, Sarah – Remedial and Special Education, 2019
Cultivating and retaining special educators competent to serve students with emotional and behavioral disorders (EBDs) has proven persistently difficult. Improving educational systems' capacity to meet this challenge will require better understanding of the roles special educators in these settings should be prepared for and supported to fulfill.…
Descriptors: Special Education Teachers, Self Contained Classrooms, Teacher Attitudes, Emotional Disturbances
Venable, Riley H.; Strano, Donald A. – 1999
This study examines the relationship between college student alcohol use and the construct of social responsibility. For purposes of the study, alcohol use was defined by average number of drinks a week and frequency of binge drinking; social responsibility was defined by employment, marriage, living with children, living with parents, and hours…
Descriptors: Alcohol Abuse, Alcoholism, College Students, Drinking
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Epstein, Shira Eve – Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice, 2013
In this research, I analyze the roles of teachers and youth workers from a community-based organization in the context of two high school social action projects. Both the teachers and the youth workers assumed distinct roles while working together during the civic project enactments. The teachers were largely positioned as responsible for…
Descriptors: Teacher Role, Social Work, Caseworkers, Social Action
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Llobet-Martí, Bernat; López-Ros, Víctor; Vila, Ignasi – Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 2018
Background: The social constructivist perspective emphasises that learning is a process of self-construction of knowledge in a social context. Game-centred approaches, such as teaching games for understanding, have been used in accordance with this perspective. The process of transferring learning responsibility takes place when the learner is…
Descriptors: Team Sports, Physical Education, Student Responsibility, Novices
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Miels, Jill C. – Teacher Education and Practice, 2011
Universities are central to promoting the idea of civic engagement. As for teacher education programs, the author believes that civic engagement is the ultimate outcome for the profession. She argues that civic engagement should be the responsibility of every individual, but often it rests solely on the shoulders of classroom teachers. In offering…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Teacher Education Programs, Citizen Participation, Social Responsibility
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Talmus, Laura – Childhood Education, 2019
Research indicates that social isolation among youth is on the rise and not only impacts a child's self-esteem, but also plays a key role in health and academic performance. A 2013 study published in the American Journal of Public Health linked social isolation with depression, loss of sleep, eating disorders, and poor cardiovascular health. In…
Descriptors: Middle School Students, Social Isolation, Intervention, Social Integration
Reeves, Byron; Ferguson-Dethorne, Mary Ann – 1978
To determine whether public relations messages generated from three different corporate social responsibility philosophies would have different effects on attitudes and behavioral intentions toward a corporation, 147 college students participated in an experiment. The three social responsibility philosophies were defined as: a "profit" concept,…
Descriptors: Attitudes, Behavior Patterns, Business Communication, Business Responsibility
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Wardman, Natasha Penelope – Global Studies of Childhood, 2016
The notion of responsibility makes a significant appearance in a range of Westernised education policy documents concerned with student conduct, welfare and values. While policies may differ in the extent to which responsibility is explicitly defined or generally assumed, most seem to emphasise an ideal social subject who is accountable,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Neoliberalism, Political Attitudes, Educational Policy
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Dempsey, Patrick R.; Zhang, Jie – Online Learning, 2019
Despite the prevalence of research on the Community of Inquiry framework and its associated measurement instrument, more research is needed to re-evaluate the factor structure, study the effects of covariates or measurement invariance, and explore the relationships among the three presences. Results of this study indicated that (a) teaching,…
Descriptors: Communities of Practice, Inquiry, Construct Validity, Factor Structure
Parris, Leandra; Sabnis, Sujay; Shriberg, David; Sullivan, Amanda L.; Proctor, Sherrie L.; Savage, Todd – Communique, 2019
Social justice has been defined as fair and equitable distribution of resources, rights, representation, and treatment for marginalized people who do not possess equal power in society (Linnemeyer, Nilsson, Marszalek, & Khan, 2018). As a theoretical concept, social justice is an emergent area of inquiry in school psychology (Johnson, Bahr,…
Descriptors: School Psychology, Social Justice, Power Structure, Disadvantaged
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