This book describes contemporary perspectives on the identity development of college students in the U.S. with an emphasis on multiple social identities. The book traces the evolution of the study of identity in relation to contemporary research and theoretical frameworks.
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List of Tables and Figures The Authors Dedication Acknowledgments Foreword by Marcia B. Baxter Magolda Preface Section One Situating Identity Chapter One Situating Ourselves in the Study of Identity Chapter Two Situating the Study of Identity in the Evolution of Student Development Theories Section Two Multiple Identities and Models Chapter Three Multiple Social Identities and Intersecting Identities Chapter Four Model of Multiple Dimensions of Identity Chapter Five Reconceptualized Model of Multiple Dimensions of Identity Section Three Critical Theoretical Frameworks and Multiple Identities Chapter Six Intersectionality Chapter Seven Critical Race Theory (Stephen John Quaye) Chapter Eight Queer Theory (David Kasch) Section Four Educational Applications and Future Directions Chapter Nine Application of the Models in Educational Contexts Chapter Ten Future Directions: Considering Theoretical Perspectives in Conjunction with One Another Final Interludes References Index
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