Social Involvement and Commuter Students: The First-Year Student Voice

@inproceedings{Krause2007SocialIA,
  title={Social Involvement and Commuter Students: The First-Year Student Voice},
  author={K. Krause},
  year={2007}
}
This qualitative study explores the nature of undergraduate commuter students' social involvement with peers during the transitional first six months of their university experience. Focus group interviews with 46 participants provided a student perspective of the role of social interactions in students' transition to university life. Findings point to the importance of small-group, face-to-face discussions as a significant socializing vehicle, particularly in the early university experience… CONTINUE READING

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