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Edhe 781: Ind., Rel., and Collective Identities

Higher Education

Individual, Relational, and Collective Identities examines the complexities of human identity development at three levels as suggested in the course title. Other important questions about identity development will also be addressed. What is identity? Do we have single integrated identity or multiple identities? Are identities discovered, personally constructed, or socially constructed? The discussion of these complexities and questions will be set in the context of application within higher education settings. How might the information and ideas shape our collective work as practitioner scholars?

3 Credits

Instruction Type(s)

  • Lecture: Lecture for Edhe 781
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