3 edition of Understanding college students" spiritual identities found in the catalog.
Understanding college students" spiritual identities
Jenny L. Small
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Jenny L. Small|
|Series||Discourse and social processes|
|LC Classifications||BL625.9.C64 .S63 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781612890487, 9781612890494|
|LC Control Number||2011033748|
Understanding College Students' Spiritual Identities: Different Faiths, Varied Worldviews provides a long overdue alternative to current literatures about the religious and spiritual lives of. Read Book Online Now ?book=(PDF Download) Balthasar Hubmaier's Understanding of Faith PDF.
spirituality among college students as well as encourage these students to positively expand their spiritual dimension of health. In the past, college students have not gleaned a deeper sense of their spiritual di-mension from many health educators, mostly because many of these educators believed that they did not know what spiri-File Size: KB. Nurturing the Whole Student presents a holistic approach to multicultural educational issues by viewing them in terms of the student as a physical, psychosocial, cognitive, ethical, and spiritual being. Conversely, these levels of a student's being cannot be seen apart from the student's cultural identities. This unique book demonstrates that, in a pluralistic democracy, good .
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Small's book, entitled Understanding College Students' Spiritual Identities: Different Faiths, Varied Worldviews, is now available from Hampton Press. Her work has also appeared in Research in Higher Education, About Campus, Religion & Education, and Multicultural Perspectives, and is forthcoming in the Journal of College Student by: Understanding College Students' Spiritual Identities: Different Faiths, Varied Worldviews provides a long overdue alternative to current literatures about the religious and spiritual lives of college students with their over-reliance on Christian frameworks for faith h research-based illustrations, the volume calls on higher education professionals and academics to more.
This critical essay reviews Small's () book reporting research on the spiritual identities and discursive practices of college students in intrafaith and interfaith dialogue. Small's recommendations and research methods are instructive and helpful to both scholars and practitioners in higher education and student affairs.
This research opens new pathways for Author: Dafina Lazarus Stewart. Get this from a library. Understanding college students' spiritual identities: different faiths, varied worldviews.
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Small Publish Date: October Pages: Format: Cloth. Understanding College Students' Spiritual Identities by Jenny L. Small,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(1). Perceptions of Multiple Identities Among Black College Students Article (PDF Available) in Journal of College Student Development 50(3) May with Reads How we Author: D-L Stewart.
More than 76 percent of Americans subscribe to a religion or system of spirituality, yet research suggests that college students are more likely to struggle with keeping their faith than any other demographic.
Students interested in learning about this pivotal time can use this guide to find campus resources, understand challenges, and review religious and spiritual demographics in. Practitioners can also employ the understanding that positive, encouraging interactions with religiously diverse others foster growth in students??.
Understanding College Students' Spiritual Identities: Different Faiths, Varied Worldviews Stewart, Dafina Lazarus Abstract This critical essay reviews Small’s () book reporting research on the spiritual identities and discursive practices of college students in intrafaith and interfaith dialogue.
Small’s. This book is a valuable tool for use as a "spiritual tune-up" in a season of prayer and spiritual renewal, but is equally helpful to new saints just beginning to know and understand their identity in Christ.
Either way "Spiritual Identity" is a great resource for personal renewal, one-on-one discipleship, or group Bible s: 2. Jewish, Muslim and atheist college students through focus group sessions, written questionnaires, and interviews to determine how they talk about their spiritual identities, and how those spiritual identities are impacted by their religious affiliations.
DiscourseFile Size: 1MB. As the diversity of the students on campus increases, the importance for everyone in authority to understand students' distinct cultures and how they perceive institutions, and equally, to understand their own privilege, and often unconscious cultural assumptions, has never been greater.
This book presents a comprehensive set of resources to guide students of education, Cited by: Spirituality and Student Development 99 dreams, and truths (Parks ). However, when these big questions are asked in the mentoring community, students have the support necessary to promote spiritual development because the mutual shaping between envi-ronment and identity plays a significant role in students’ spiritual Size: KB.
Is it possible for gay, lesbian, and bisexual (GLB) students to integrate spiritual and sexual identity in college and university environments.
This paper analyzes Vivienne Cass' () model of homosexual identity formation and James Fowler's () stages of faith, inquiring whether these models are complementary in describing the spiritual journeys of GLB college students.
Religious and spiritual diversity among college students / Laura A. Dean, Edward A. Grandpré Achieving a cultural competence as a practitioner, student or faculty member: theory to practice / Diane L. Cooper, Mary F.
Howard-Hamilton, Michael J. Cuyjet. Results: Signiﬁcant relationships between self-reported levels of spirituality and the health of college students were indicated during the study. Conclusions: College students integrating a spiritual component while processing decisions about risks that could negatively aect their health experienced better health outcomes.
Her research has focused on the spiritual lives and faith identities of religiously diverse college students, how college students use language to define these elements of their identities, and how religiously diverse students interact. Small's book, entitled Understanding College Students' Spiritual Identities: Different Faiths, Varied.
A Knox College faculty member has written a new book that delves into the relationship between mysticism and modernity in the evolution of early 20th-century ideology. Knight Distinguished Associate Professor for the Study of Religion & Culture James H.
Thrall published his newest work Mystic Moderns: Agency and Enchantment in Evelyn Underhill. students are neither European-American nor middle-class.
Recently, New York City our cultural identities are a complex weave of all the cultural groups we belong to that influence our values, beliefs, and behaviors. religious and spiritual beliefs, sexual orientation, age. “The Spiritual Life of College Students: A National Study of College Students’ Search for Meaning and Purpose” was published by the Higher Education Research Institute at UCLA and is the basis for the book “Cultivating the Spirit: How College Can Enhance Students’ Inner Lives” (Astin, Astin & Lindhom, ).
The present study used a large, multi-institutional sample to explore predictors of non-atheist college students’ appreciative attitudes toward atheists. Substantial differences were found across identities; secular and spiritual worldview groups hold the most positive views, whereas Christians and Muslims have the most negative by: 2.The Spiritual Struggles of College Students: Illuminating a Critical Developmental Phenomenon By Alyssa N.
Bryant In this article, Bryant highlights the common phenomenon of spiritual struggles as a part of the natural developmental process. Through presenting findings from quantitative and.