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This volume of case studies based on original qualitative research has been written expressly for student affairs educators and administrators at the college and university level. "Giving Voice to Critical Campus Issues" addresses the complex issues of classism, student suicide, alcohol-related death, acquaintance rape, multiracial identity, and the self-development of young adults with alcoholic parents. Practitioners and faculty can use this crucial book to enrich their understanding of the deep complexities of campus life; and they will also find themselves more attuned to the often unheard and/or unacknowledged voices of young men and women who have both distinctive needs and dynamic potential. With introductory chapters describing the constructivist qualitative methodology that underlies each case study, this book will serve as an excellent text for graduate-level research classes. It will also be an outstanding resource for undergraduate leadership and residence life classes, and for training and seminars aimed at student affairs staff. Co-published with American College Personnel Association.

Author Biography: Kathleen Manning is Associate Professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs in the graduate program at the University of Vermont.

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Six research projects written by master candidates in the Higher Education and Student Affairs program at the U. of Vermont present case studies and qualitative conclusions related to students' attitudes towards campus issues. The topics treated are suicide, acquaintance rape, alcohol-related death, working-class oppression, alcoholic parents, and multiracial identification. Also included are commentaries by the editor upon the methodology and ethics of the `constructivist' research used. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Meet the Author

Kathleen Manning is Associate Professor of Higher Education and Student Affairs in the graduate program at the University of Vermont.

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Table of Contents

Introduction
1 Setting the Context 1
2 Conducting Constructivist Inquiry 11
3 The Griefwork of Suicide Survivors 29
4 The Languages of Acquaintance Rape 45
5 Picking Up the Pieces: A Case Study of the Death of a Resident 61
6 Respect and Dignity in the Free Marketplace of Ideas: Working Class Resistance within the University 77
7 Footsteps of Courage: A Case Study of Felice 93
8 You Know I'm Triracial, Right? Multiracial Student Identity Development and the College Experience 113
9 The Ethics of Evocation 135
About the Contributors 145
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