Conceptualizing and Assessing Campus Climates for Political Learning and Engagement in Democracy

@article{Thomas2018ConceptualizingAA,
  title={Conceptualizing and Assessing Campus Climates for Political Learning and Engagement in Democracy},
  author={Nancy L. Thomas and Margaret Brower},
  journal={Journal of College and Character},
  year={2018},
  volume={19},
  pages={247 - 263}
}
Abstract Educating for political engagement in democracy has become simultaneously more urgent and more challenging in the current, contentious, and highly polarized context. To improve student political learning, discourse, agency, and participation, colleges and universities should critically examine and improve their campus climates, the complex ecosystem of interconnected structural, cultural, human, and political factors that provide the foundation for civic learning and engagement… Expand
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