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Socialization of Graduate and Professional Students in Higher Education: A Perilous Passage?

John C. Weidman, Darla J. Twale, Elizabeth Leahy Stein
Format
EBook; Book; Government Document; Online
Published
New York, N.Y. : John Wiley & Sons, Inc. ; San Francisco, CA : Prepared and published by Jossey-Bass in cooperation with ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education, Associaton for the Study of Higher Education, Graduate School of Education and Human Development, The George Washington University, c2001.
Language
English
Series
ASHE-ERIC Higher Education Report
ISBN
0787958360
Summary
Examines current challenges in graduate education, including diversity of students, peer culture, distance education, and modification of professional involvement through mentoring programs between faculty and students.
Contents
  • Professions and Socialization 1
  • Professions in Society 3
  • Characterizing Socialization 4
  • Dimensions of Socialization 6
  • Conceptualizing Socialization in Graduate and Professional Programs 11
  • Stages of Socialization 11
  • Core Elements of Socialization 15
  • Structural Engagement 19
  • A Framework for the Socialization of Graduate and Professional Students 25
  • Linear Models of Socialization 25
  • Nonlinear Models of Socialization 26
  • An Interactive Framework for the Socialization of Graduate and Professional Students 30
  • Institutional Culture: Recurrent Themes 41
  • Diversity 41
  • International Graduate Students 46
  • Professionalism 47
  • Professionalization 50
  • Ethics 51
  • Technology and Distance Learning 51
  • Institutional Culture and Socialization: Differences Among Academic Programs 55
  • Knowledge Acquisition 55
  • Investment 63
  • Involvement 70
  • Structural Engagement 83
  • Easing the Perilous Passage 91
  • Modifying the Program 91
  • Increasing Diversity 93
  • Offering Support for Students 94
  • Modifying Faculty and Administrative Roles 98.
Description
xiii, [131] p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 101-112) and index (p. 113-118).
Series Statement
ASHE-ERIC higher education report ; v. 28, no. 3
ASHE-ERIC higher education report ; vol. 28, no. 3
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