Middle school education.; Power (Social sciences); Creative ability.; Teacher-student relationships.
"Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Education."; Dissertation advisor: Susan Seider.; Ed.D.,Central Connecticut State University,,2013.; Includes bibliographical references (leaves 204-216).
American literature -- African American authors; Realism in literature; Idealism in literature; Patriarchy in literature; Womanist theology
"Getting Real: Beauty and Politics in Contemporary African American Literature," offers a close reading of five literary texts, published during the years of 1959-1990, to track African American literature's emphasis transcending the stereotypical...
Student financial aid administrators -- Training of; Counseling in higher education
Today's campuses are becoming the learning grounds for an increasingly diverse student population. The "traditional" college student, age eighteen to twenty-two, sufficiently academically prepared, and having endless time to socialize and study,...
European Union -- France; France -- Foreign relations -- 20th century
Charles de Gaulle, who knew his people well, once said: "Every Frenchman
wants to benefit from one or several privileges. It is his way of affirming his
passion for equality".
Charles de Gaulle understood what his people were like. From the times...