Patterns of participation, modes of exclusion : undergraduate students’ experience of community at a research-intensive university

@inproceedings{Hawkey2000PatternsOP,
  title={Patterns of participation, modes of exclusion : undergraduate students’ experience of community at a research-intensive university},
  author={Christopher G. Hawkey},
  year={2000}
}
The purpose of this study was to come to an understanding of the meaning and experience of community for undergraduate students at a research-intensive university. It was assumed that exploring community bounded by disciplinary affiliation would be a valuable approach to understanding this phenomenon within the context of the researchintensive university. In-depth interviews were conducted with 23 third year Psychology students pursuing either a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree… CONTINUE READING

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