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Setting the Stage for Character Development throughCulturally Specific Advising Practices
Journal of College and Character (2006)
  • Toby Jenkins, Penn State University
  • Clayton Walton, Rutgers University
Abstract

In an ever increasing global society, today's students are challenged at much greater levels to broaden their repertoire of understanding and conceptualization of both themselves and the world at large. With this personal evolution, comes the necessity for student affairs practitioners/advisors to provide increased opportunities for cultural development that will contribute to the overall personal, ethical, and civic development of students. This article offers forth a model for cultural practice to serve the personal development of culturally diverse student communities.

Disciplines
Publication Date
February 1, 2006
Citation Information
Toby Jenkins and Clayton Walton. "Setting the Stage for Character Development throughCulturally Specific Advising Practices" Journal of College and Character Vol. 7 Iss. 2 (2006)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tobysjenkins/4/