This research explores the consequences and effects for men
enrolled in introductory Women Studies courses at Oregon State
University. Men are enrolling in the feminist classroom in larger
numbers due to institutional changes allowing Women Studies to
provide credit for baccalaureate core curriculum. The intention of
this study is to...
Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS) is an interdisciplinary academic field that addresses gender, sexuality, and social justice issues. The research objective of this project was to examine the attitudes of self-identified male students in introductory Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies for winter term 2016 at Oregon State University. This...
This thesis explored the experiences of male students of color currently enrolled in a predominantly White academic institution, in a predominantly White region of the United States of America who were also initiated and involved in an IFC fraternity. The focus of the qualitative study examined the experiences of students...
In recent years, changes in values have occurred in major elements of the population, most notably among the late adolescents and the college students. That this holds portent for the future was referred to by Revel in WITHOUT MARX OR JESUS when he said, "The American revolution is without doubt...
Objectives of the Study
The study attempted to accomplish the following:
1. Document the fundamental or conservative nature of
early American higher education, especially the nine
colonial colleges, and verify its seemingly irrepressible
progression toward liberalism.
2. Determine the nature of variables associated with the
process of liberalization.
Employers often lament that many American workers are not qualified for
present and future jobs due to changing skills requirements and deficiencies of
schools. In 1991, the Secretary of Labor's Commission on Achieving Necessary
Skills (SCANS) report recommended educators use work sites to help students achieve
foundation skills and workplace...