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Multicultural Content and Class Participation: Do Students Self-Censor?

Through survey and focus group data, examined student discomfort in social work courses, reasons for self-censorship, and solutions to self-censorship. Found that general classroom factors (being too shy or being unprepared), not political correctness, were more likely to be reasons for self-censorship. Solutions focused on the faculty's role in creating safe and affirming classroom environments. (EV)

  • Author/Creator: Hyde, Cheryl A., Ruth, Betty J.
  • Date Published: Spr-Sum
  • Journal/Secondary Title: Journal of Social Work Education
  • Number: 2
  • Volume: 38
  • Year: 2002

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