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The Resource Human rights in higher education : institutional, classroom, and community approaches to teaching social justice, Lindsey N. Kingston, editor

Human rights in higher education : institutional, classroom, and community approaches to teaching social justice, Lindsey N. Kingston, editor

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Human rights in higher education : institutional, classroom, and community approaches to teaching social justice
Title
Human rights in higher education
Title remainder
institutional, classroom, and community approaches to teaching social justice
Statement of responsibility
Lindsey N. Kingston, editor
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Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
This book focuses on human rights education (HRE) in higher education, with an emphasis on supporting undergraduate education for social justice and global citizenship at the institutional, classroom, and community levels. Drawing from the work of human rights scholars and advocates at Webster University, Kingston begins a critical discussion about the potential of HRE on college campuses and beyond. Chapter contributors address the institutional issues inherent to building a "human rights campus," promoting just governance models, facilitating student research, and fostering inclusive campus communities. They further explores opportunities within the classroom by highlighting dynamic courses on global sustainable development and post-genocide reconciliation in Rwanda, as well as considering how to create trauma sensitive learning spaces and utilize photography as a human rights teaching tool. Finally, scholar-advocates detail how HRE can be expanded to include the broader community-including teaching critical criminology to aspiring police officers, facilitating community dialogue through academic conferences, and engaging in social justice work related to access to justice, domestic violence, and human trafficking
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N$T
Dewey number
323
Index
index present
LC call number
JC571
LC item number
.H769522 2018eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Kingston, Lindsey
Series statement
Palgrave studies in global citizenship education and democracy
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Human rights
Label
Human rights in higher education : institutional, classroom, and community approaches to teaching social justice, Lindsey N. Kingston, editor
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Publication
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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  • cr
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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Contents
  • Intro; Contents; Notes on Contributors; List of Figures; Chapter 1 Introduction-Human Rights in Higher Education: Institutional, Classroom, and Community Approaches to Teaching Social Justice; Human Rights in Higher Education; Institution Building; In the Classroom; Community Approaches; Outline of This Book; References; Part I Institutional Approaches; Chapter 2 The Ideal of a Human Rights Campus; Building on the Academic Foundations of HRE: Critical Thinking and Social Engagement; Fostering Inclusiveness on Campus; Supporting Social Justice, Every Day; References
  • Chapter 3 Social Justice Programs and Just Administrative PracticesMission: Clarifying Scope and Increasing Program Security; Leadership: Identifying Interdisciplinary Expertise and Preventing Burnout; Committee Membership: Hierarchies, Vulnerability, Expectations, and Participation; References; Chapter 4 Faculty-Student Collaborative Human Rights Research; Collaborative Research and HRE; The Potential of Faculty-Student Collaboration; Benefits to Students; Benefits to Faculty; Incorporating Student Collaborators; Administrative Collaborators to Facilitate Collaborative Research; References
  • Chapter 5 Supporting Inclusive Campus Communities: A Student Development PerspectiveDefining Diversity and Inclusion for Student Development; Designing Inclusive Student Support; Orientation to Campus; Student Development Through Mentoring; Cultural and Social Programs; Conclusion; References; Part II Classroom Teaching; Chapter 6 Real World Survivor: Simulating Poverty to Teach Human Rights and Sustainable Development; Why Real World Survivor?; Real World Survivor in Action: An Innovative Course to Teach Human Rights; Traditional Content, Non-Traditional Approach
  • Experiencing Hunger and Poverty at Heifer RanchReflection, Video Production, and Advocacy; Impacts of Real World Survivor; Learning Outcome #1: Identify, Investigate, and Analyze Factors that Contribute to Poverty in the Developing World; Learning Outcome #2: Apply Different Ethical Perspectives to Ethical Questions Related to the Developing World; Learning Outcome #3: Describe a Specific Problem and Identify Possible Solutions. Articulate Ethical Implications of Action or Inaction
  • Learning Outcome #4: Demonstrate Understanding of How Experience Outside of the Formal Classroom Relates to the Study of Alleviating PovertyChallenges and Conclusions; References; Chapter 7 Context Alters Perception: The Importance of Travel in Human Rights Education; The Importance of Traveling from Here to There; Curriculum Design; Book Learning; On the Ground Learning; Essentials to Traveling Abroad; Institutional Challenges; Context Alters Perception; References; Chapter 8 Creating a Trauma-Sensitive Environment for Teaching Human Rights
  • Chapter 1. Introduction-Human Rights in Higher Education: Institutional, Classroom, and Community Approaches to Teaching Social Justice / Lindsey N. Kingston -- Part I. Institutional Approaches : Chapter 2. The Ideal of a Human Rights Campus / Lindsey N. Kingston ; Chapter 3. Social Justice Programs and Just Administrative Practices / Kate Parsons; Chapter 4. Faculty-Student Collaborative Human Rights Research / Danielle MacCartney ; Chapter 5. Supporting Inclusive Campus Communities: A Student Development Perspective / Bethany R. Keller -- Part II. Classroom Teaching : Chapter 6. Real World Survivor: Simulating Poverty to Teach Human Rights and Sustainable Development / Amanda M. Rosen ; Chapter 7. Context Alters Perception: The Importance of Travel in Human Rights Education / Elizabeth J. Sausele ; Chapter 8. Creating a Trauma-Sensitive Environment for Teaching Human Rights / Kelly A. McBride ; Chapter 9. What do you think you're looking at? The Responsibility of the Gaze / Bill Barrett -- Part III. Community Engagement : Chapter 10. Education as Resistance: Teaching Critical Criminology to (Aspiring) Cops / Julie Setele ; Chapter 11. Human Rights Conferences and Facilitating Community Dialogue / Lindsey N. Kingston, Monica Henson and Evelyn Whitehead ; Chapter 12. Community-Based Social Justice Work: The WILLOW Project / Anne Geraghty-Rathert ; Chapter 13. The Bijlmer Project: Moving the Classroom into our Community to Combat Human Trafficking / Sheetal Shah -- Conclusions
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unknown
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1 online resource (xvi, 247 pages)
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9783319914213
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unknown
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computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations.
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not applicable
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unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1047959785
  • (OCoLC)1047959785
Label
Human rights in higher education : institutional, classroom, and community approaches to teaching social justice, Lindsey N. Kingston, editor
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Contents; Notes on Contributors; List of Figures; Chapter 1 Introduction-Human Rights in Higher Education: Institutional, Classroom, and Community Approaches to Teaching Social Justice; Human Rights in Higher Education; Institution Building; In the Classroom; Community Approaches; Outline of This Book; References; Part I Institutional Approaches; Chapter 2 The Ideal of a Human Rights Campus; Building on the Academic Foundations of HRE: Critical Thinking and Social Engagement; Fostering Inclusiveness on Campus; Supporting Social Justice, Every Day; References
  • Chapter 3 Social Justice Programs and Just Administrative PracticesMission: Clarifying Scope and Increasing Program Security; Leadership: Identifying Interdisciplinary Expertise and Preventing Burnout; Committee Membership: Hierarchies, Vulnerability, Expectations, and Participation; References; Chapter 4 Faculty-Student Collaborative Human Rights Research; Collaborative Research and HRE; The Potential of Faculty-Student Collaboration; Benefits to Students; Benefits to Faculty; Incorporating Student Collaborators; Administrative Collaborators to Facilitate Collaborative Research; References
  • Chapter 5 Supporting Inclusive Campus Communities: A Student Development PerspectiveDefining Diversity and Inclusion for Student Development; Designing Inclusive Student Support; Orientation to Campus; Student Development Through Mentoring; Cultural and Social Programs; Conclusion; References; Part II Classroom Teaching; Chapter 6 Real World Survivor: Simulating Poverty to Teach Human Rights and Sustainable Development; Why Real World Survivor?; Real World Survivor in Action: An Innovative Course to Teach Human Rights; Traditional Content, Non-Traditional Approach
  • Experiencing Hunger and Poverty at Heifer RanchReflection, Video Production, and Advocacy; Impacts of Real World Survivor; Learning Outcome #1: Identify, Investigate, and Analyze Factors that Contribute to Poverty in the Developing World; Learning Outcome #2: Apply Different Ethical Perspectives to Ethical Questions Related to the Developing World; Learning Outcome #3: Describe a Specific Problem and Identify Possible Solutions. Articulate Ethical Implications of Action or Inaction
  • Learning Outcome #4: Demonstrate Understanding of How Experience Outside of the Formal Classroom Relates to the Study of Alleviating PovertyChallenges and Conclusions; References; Chapter 7 Context Alters Perception: The Importance of Travel in Human Rights Education; The Importance of Traveling from Here to There; Curriculum Design; Book Learning; On the Ground Learning; Essentials to Traveling Abroad; Institutional Challenges; Context Alters Perception; References; Chapter 8 Creating a Trauma-Sensitive Environment for Teaching Human Rights
  • Chapter 1. Introduction-Human Rights in Higher Education: Institutional, Classroom, and Community Approaches to Teaching Social Justice / Lindsey N. Kingston -- Part I. Institutional Approaches : Chapter 2. The Ideal of a Human Rights Campus / Lindsey N. Kingston ; Chapter 3. Social Justice Programs and Just Administrative Practices / Kate Parsons; Chapter 4. Faculty-Student Collaborative Human Rights Research / Danielle MacCartney ; Chapter 5. Supporting Inclusive Campus Communities: A Student Development Perspective / Bethany R. Keller -- Part II. Classroom Teaching : Chapter 6. Real World Survivor: Simulating Poverty to Teach Human Rights and Sustainable Development / Amanda M. Rosen ; Chapter 7. Context Alters Perception: The Importance of Travel in Human Rights Education / Elizabeth J. Sausele ; Chapter 8. Creating a Trauma-Sensitive Environment for Teaching Human Rights / Kelly A. McBride ; Chapter 9. What do you think you're looking at? The Responsibility of the Gaze / Bill Barrett -- Part III. Community Engagement : Chapter 10. Education as Resistance: Teaching Critical Criminology to (Aspiring) Cops / Julie Setele ; Chapter 11. Human Rights Conferences and Facilitating Community Dialogue / Lindsey N. Kingston, Monica Henson and Evelyn Whitehead ; Chapter 12. Community-Based Social Justice Work: The WILLOW Project / Anne Geraghty-Rathert ; Chapter 13. The Bijlmer Project: Moving the Classroom into our Community to Combat Human Trafficking / Sheetal Shah -- Conclusions
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xvi, 247 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783319914213
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Other physical details
illustrations.
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • on1047959785
  • (OCoLC)1047959785

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