Integrating Service Learning and Multicultural Education in Colleges and Universities

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Subject Index

A
Ableism, 130, 133
Action, as component of change, 4, 7, 26, 30-31, 52
Active learning, 8
Activism, 3, 31
Additive approach, 231
Advocacy, 98, 107, 108
Agents of change, 35-37, 41, 100
Alliance for Service-Learning in Education Reform (ASLER), 7, 27, 43, 60, 62
Ally building, 125-126
Altruism, 49, 51
American Dream, 149, 177
Anthropological perspective, 228
Anthropologists, 234-235
Antioppression ideology, 10, 16
Antiracist ideology, 10, 16
ASLER, 7, 27, 43, 60, 62
Asset-based approach, 249
Assets
as focus of successful teachers, 270
model of communities, 249, 265, 272
Assimilationist educational policies, 54
Assumptions. see also Bias; Prejudice; Stereotypes
examination of, 121, 123, 132-133, 269
in needs-driven view of communities, 271
perpetuation of, 12-13, 124
Attitude change, 59-68, 81
Awareness. see also Reflection
about cultural diversity, 209, 212
of democratic citizenship, 189
of differences between groups, 123-124, 130, 146

B
Behavior, cultural context of, 269
Benefaction, 209
Beneffectance, 66
Bentley College service learning projects, 169-187
Bentley Immigrant Assistance Program. see BIAP
Bentley Service Learning Center (BSLC), 169-173
Best practices of service learning, 27, 59-60, 62, 63, 251
BIAP (Bentley Immigrant Assistance Program), 169-187
course contexts, 178-181
literature used in curriculum, 180-181
student enrichment through, 177, 181-184
Bias. see also Assumptions; Prejudice; Stereotypes
antiworking class, 156
cognitive, 66
gender, 158
Bilingual, see also ESL
education, 227-228, 231-232, 235-236, 268
issues, 140, 141
BSLC (Bentley Service Learning Center), 169-173
Building relationships approach, 249

C
C-Day (Citizenship Day), 174-185
California State University Monterey Bay. see CSUMB
Campus Outreach Opportunity League (COOL), 60
Capacity-focused view of communities, 271
Change. see also Reflection; Social change
agents, 35-37, 41, 100
approaches to, 249
in attitude, 59-68, 81
leaders as advocates of, 255
relationships as foundation for, 248-251

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