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Interpreting Identity Politics: The Educational Challenge of Contemporary Student Activism
Examines some of the educational implications multicultural activism may have for understanding today's diverse students. Uses a phenomenological analysis of student actions with an emphasis on identity politics and multiculturalism. Focuses on the Mills College strike of 1990, the Chicano studies movement at UCLA, and African American student resistance at Rutgers. (RJM)
Author/Creator: Rhoads, Robert A.
Date Published: Sep-Oct
Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of College Student Development
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