Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning

Articles from Vol. 15, No. 1, Fall

"A Double-Edged Sword": College Student Perceptions of Required High School Service-Learning
With increased national, university, and community attention focused on civic engagement and participation, service-learning is increasingly touted as an efficacious strategy to promote such goals (Eyler & Giles, 1999; Hart, Donnelly, Youniss,...
Charity and Social Change: The Impact of Individual Preferences on Service-Learning Outcomes
The growing body of research in service-learning has begun to unearth programmatic features and participant characteristics that produce positive outcomes for students, faculty, institutions, and communities. In their groundbreaking research on...
Saving the University on His Own Time: Stanley Fish, Service-Learning, and Knowledge Legitimation in the Academy
"Not long ago," Stanley Fish begins in his new book, Save the World on Your Own Time, reflecting on his transition from dean of the college of arts and sciences at the University of Illinois, Chicago, there was a time when I was responsible...
Service-Learning in the United States and South Africa: A Comparative Analysis Informed by John Dewey and Julius Nyerere
Service-learning is a teaching strategy increasingly used within higher education (Campus Compact, 2005) both in the United States and abroad (e.g., Australia, Egypt, Ireland, Japan, Mexico, South Africa, South Korea). The International Partnership...
Theoretical Foundations for International Service-Learning
International service-learning (ISL) combines academic instruction and community-based service in an international context. With concurrent calls for colleges and universities to internationalize and produce more civically engaged students, the...
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