Managing Cultural Conflict Using an Interactive Learning Model: Policy and Practice
The model presents a way to organize concepts related to race/ethnic identity without being deterministic.
||Racial Identity, Racial/Ethnic Relations, Conflict, Interactive Learning, Ethnography
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 1, pp.57-64.
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Associate Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences at Shenandoah University in Winchester, Virginia, as well as an associate professor of education research in the Ed.D. program. He has served on the graduate faculties of Norwich University (Vermont), Averett College (Virginia), the U.S. Army War College (Carlisle Barracks), and Wilmington College; he holds adjunct appointments on the social sciences faculties of Wilson and Hood colleges. His Ph.D. is in the anthropology of education; he holds Master’s degrees in counseling psychology and adult education, and an undergraduate degree in sociology and economics. Research interests: ethnic/gender/racial identity and its relationship to social conflict; research methodology and the philosophy of practice; learning environments and instructional efficacy; strategic planning and program assessment in higher education.
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