Exploring Students’ Perceptions of their Experiences in a Social Justice Living–Learning Community
Taylor & Francis
Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice
This qualitative study explored students’ perceptions of their experience in a social justice living–learning community throughout their time in the community and one year after participation. Findings illustrated students (1) developed a broader conception of social justice and greater awareness of social justice issues in the community, (2) increased their capacity for social justice and civic engagement, and, (3) established enduring values, which included appreciation for community and increased capacity for social connection.
Jessup-Anger, Jody E.; Armstrong, Megan; and Siddiqui, Noreen, "Exploring Students’ Perceptions of their Experiences in a Social Justice Living–Learning Community" (2019). College of Education Faculty Research and Publications. 527.
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Published version. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, Vol. 56, No. 2 (2019): 194-206. DOI. © 2019 Taylor & Francis. Used with permission.