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Inciting Peace From The Inside Out, Stephen G. Adubato, Ebere Bosco Amakwe, Katherine Hinic, Sarita Maldjian, Forrest Pritchett, Jon Radwan, Nicholas Sooy, Chad Thralls Jun 2024

Inciting Peace From The Inside Out, Stephen G. Adubato, Ebere Bosco Amakwe, Katherine Hinic, Sarita Maldjian, Forrest Pritchett, Jon Radwan, Nicholas Sooy, Chad Thralls

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Violence and war can be incited, and so can peace. This volume shares select addresses and responses from Seton Hall University’s 2/7/23 conference “Inciting Peace From The Inside Out.” A multi-disciplinary range of scholars each addresses how reconciliation processes grow from spiritual dynamics. Multiple religious traditions teach contemplative praxes that prioritize and nurture personal reflection oriented toward peace. Social conflicts divide, so engaging them with a partisan orientation only serves to escalate harmful rifts. In contrast, bringing personal awareness and sensitivity, spiritual balance, and holistic integral perspective to conflict can transcend divisions and work toward unity. This volume is supported …


The Future Of Open Access Publishing In International Higher Education, Melissa Whatley, Santiago Castiello-Gutiérrez Ph.D. May 2024

The Future Of Open Access Publishing In International Higher Education, Melissa Whatley, Santiago Castiello-Gutiérrez Ph.D.

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Analyzing The Cognitive Complexity Of The Questions On The Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles Exam, Lauren Zirpoli May 2024

Analyzing The Cognitive Complexity Of The Questions On The Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles Exam, Lauren Zirpoli

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

This convergent parallel mixed methods study with qualitative and quantitative content analysis was conducted to analyze and describe the cognitive complexity of the publicly released Advanced Placement Computer Science Principles Exam questions compared to the language of higher-order thinking found in research literature. Hess’ Cognitive Rigor Matrix was used to determine the frequency and percentage of questions categorized as higher-order thinking within each cell of the matrix. The qualitative method consisted of content analysis of the language of each question analyzed, followed by deductive coding, and culminated with categorizing the depth and type of thinking required on Hess’ Cognitive Rigor …


Locked-In Learning: Honorlock And Surveillance Capitalism In The First Year Writing Department, Tehyah Carver May 2024

Locked-In Learning: Honorlock And Surveillance Capitalism In The First Year Writing Department, Tehyah Carver

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

This paper explores the impact of implementing the proctoring software Honorlock in the collegiate writing classroom. Through a framework inspired by Shoshana Zuboff’s The Age of Surveillance Capitalism and Foucault’s Discipline and Punish, the investigation analyzes the efficacy of Honorlock’s attempts to reduce plagiarism and student test-taking anxiety when applied to preliminary writing assessments in Seton Hall University’s First Year Writing program. With professor interviews, surveys, and observations, the paper exposes the flaws of Honorlock’s promise of student empowerment and honesty by dissecting the punitive language used in their marketing material to potential and current consumers, administrators and professors. …


Reflections On “Unsettling The University” And Its Call To Responsibility, Sharon Stein May 2024

Reflections On “Unsettling The University” And Its Call To Responsibility, Sharon Stein

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Theoretical Approaches To The Study Of International Students, Minghui (Hannah) Hou, Jing Yu, Shinji Katsumoto May 2024

Theoretical Approaches To The Study Of International Students, Minghui (Hannah) Hou, Jing Yu, Shinji Katsumoto

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Methodological Approaches To The Study Of International Students, Minghui (Hannah) Hou, Jing Yu, Shinji Katsumoto May 2024

Methodological Approaches To The Study Of International Students, Minghui (Hannah) Hou, Jing Yu, Shinji Katsumoto

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Putin’S War: Supporting International Students During Global Crises, Abu Arif, Juanita Hennessey, Sonja Knutson, Lynn Walsh May 2024

Putin’S War: Supporting International Students During Global Crises, Abu Arif, Juanita Hennessey, Sonja Knutson, Lynn Walsh

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Reflecting On Critical Considerations For Research With International Students As A Subfield, Jenna Mittelmeier, Sylvie Lomer, Kalyani Unkule May 2024

Reflecting On Critical Considerations For Research With International Students As A Subfield, Jenna Mittelmeier, Sylvie Lomer, Kalyani Unkule

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Higher Education Practitioners' Experience In A Global Pandemic: Reflections On The Everyday And How To Bring In Critical Perspectives, Chelsey Laird May 2024

Higher Education Practitioners' Experience In A Global Pandemic: Reflections On The Everyday And How To Bring In Critical Perspectives, Chelsey Laird

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


“You Don’T Build Bridges To Safe And Familiar Territories”: Study Abroad Practice Based In Reconciliation As Falling Apart: Part 3, Kalyani Unkule May 2024

“You Don’T Build Bridges To Safe And Familiar Territories”: Study Abroad Practice Based In Reconciliation As Falling Apart: Part 3, Kalyani Unkule

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


The Hidden Curriculum And Internationalization In Efl: A Call For Heightened Criticality, Charles Brown May 2024

The Hidden Curriculum And Internationalization In Efl: A Call For Heightened Criticality, Charles Brown

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


“You Don’T Build Bridges To Safe And Familiar Territories”: Study Abroad Practice Based In Reconciliation As Falling Apart: Part 2, Kalyani Unkule May 2024

“You Don’T Build Bridges To Safe And Familiar Territories”: Study Abroad Practice Based In Reconciliation As Falling Apart: Part 2, Kalyani Unkule

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


“You Don’T Build Bridges To Safe And Familiar Territories”: Study Abroad Practice Based In Reconciliation As Falling Apart: Part 1, Kalyani Unkule May 2024

“You Don’T Build Bridges To Safe And Familiar Territories”: Study Abroad Practice Based In Reconciliation As Falling Apart: Part 1, Kalyani Unkule

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Treating International Students Beyond Teaching Cultural Differences?, Suhao Peng May 2024

Treating International Students Beyond Teaching Cultural Differences?, Suhao Peng

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Challenges And Opportunities In The International Higher Education “Post-Pandemic” Landscape, Abu Arif, Melissa Whatley May 2024

Challenges And Opportunities In The International Higher Education “Post-Pandemic” Landscape, Abu Arif, Melissa Whatley

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Crafting Non-Western Ways Of Writing, Sharin Shajahan Naomi May 2024

Crafting Non-Western Ways Of Writing, Sharin Shajahan Naomi

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Publishing In The Neoliberal And (Neo)Colonial Academy, Santiago Castiello-Gutiérrez, Melissa Whatley May 2024

Publishing In The Neoliberal And (Neo)Colonial Academy, Santiago Castiello-Gutiérrez, Melissa Whatley

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Decolonizing Higher Education In The Classroom: Reflections From A Graduate Student, Marisa Lally May 2024

Decolonizing Higher Education In The Classroom: Reflections From A Graduate Student, Marisa Lally

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


High School Teachers' Perceptions Of The Factors That Foster And/Or Inhibit Self-Efficacy During Emergency Remote Teaching, Andrea Padelsky May 2024

High School Teachers' Perceptions Of The Factors That Foster And/Or Inhibit Self-Efficacy During Emergency Remote Teaching, Andrea Padelsky

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

Abstract

This qualitative research study explores high school teachers' perceptions of the factors influencing their self-efficacy during emergency remote teaching (ERT) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The study, conducted in a New Jersey high school, investigates the immediate transition from traditional in-person instruction to fully remote learning. By utilizing semi-structured interviews, the research focuses on five emergent themes: Adaptability and Flexibility, Student-Centered Approach, Communication and Transparency, Resourcefulness and Connection, and Challenges and Uncertainty Management.

The research study aligns with Albert Bandura's self-efficacy theory, examining how mastery experiences, vicarious experiences, social persuasion, and physiological arousal contribute to teachers' self-efficacy during …


A Content Analysis: Girls And Young Women In Computer Science, Wilma Ann Anderson May 2024

A Content Analysis: Girls And Young Women In Computer Science, Wilma Ann Anderson

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

The national conversation about STEM education continues. While math and science have been a constant in K–12 and higher education, curriculum in technology and engineering have not been consistently part of the tapestry of American education. As such, there is a dearth of qualified candidates for the ever-growing number of computer science and engineering career opportunities. Prevailing stereotypes that depict the typical workforce in these industries as White and male contribute to the lack of representation of other groups. This study focused on the representation of girls and young women in computer science between the years of 2005–2018. Data tracking …


Understanding The Role Of Academic Advising And Student Resilience In Male College Students' First-Year Retention: Differences By Race/Ethnicity, Brittany K. Gogates May 2024

Understanding The Role Of Academic Advising And Student Resilience In Male College Students' First-Year Retention: Differences By Race/Ethnicity, Brittany K. Gogates

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

Institutions of higher education continue to struggle with retaining and graduating students within 6 years, and gender and racial/ethnic disparities are apparent. Only 60% of male and 67% of female students who entered a 4-year institution in 2014 graduated within 6 years (U.S. Department of Education, 2022). In 2022, only 27.6% of Black and 20.9% of Hispanic/Latino Americans between ages 25 and 29 have completed a baccalaureate degree (U.S. Census Bureau, 2023). For those students who entered college in fall 2017, Black students had the lowest first-year retention of 52.1%, and Hispanic/Latino students were not far ahead, with a 59.5% …


Unseen Battles, Academic Frontlines: The Impact Of Military Experience On Student Veteran Persistence In Private Higher Education, Julius W. Moore Ii May 2024

Unseen Battles, Academic Frontlines: The Impact Of Military Experience On Student Veteran Persistence In Private Higher Education, Julius W. Moore Ii

Seton Hall University Dissertations and Theses (ETDs)

The purpose of this qualitative study was to understand how ten student veterans persist after entering private, 4-year institutions of higher education during or following their military service. The study’s conceptual framework, drawing from Vacchi’s Model of Student Veteran Support (2011, 2013), employs a narrative approach to spotlight the varied backgrounds and identities of the student veteran population. This research uncovers significant findings through the restorying of participants’ narratives and employing multiple rounds of coding—including deductive, open, in vivo, and process coding. These findings highlight the critical role of Adaptation to Academic Life, which emphasizes the veterans’ ability to adjust …


Community Colleges And Global Environments: Increasing Visibility, Rosalind Latiner Raby May 2024

Community Colleges And Global Environments: Increasing Visibility, Rosalind Latiner Raby

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Operationalizing “Internationalization” In The Community College Sector: Textual Analysis Of Institutional Internationalization Plans, Lisa Unangst, Nicole Barone May 2024

Operationalizing “Internationalization” In The Community College Sector: Textual Analysis Of Institutional Internationalization Plans, Lisa Unangst, Nicole Barone

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Exploring Tensions In Decolonization Of Internationalization Of Higher Education, Abu Arif, Punita Lumb, Milad Mohebali, Anushay Irfan Khan May 2024

Exploring Tensions In Decolonization Of Internationalization Of Higher Education, Abu Arif, Punita Lumb, Milad Mohebali, Anushay Irfan Khan

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Considering Globalized Christian Supremacy In Our Discourse About Higher Education Internationalization, Sachi Edwards May 2024

Considering Globalized Christian Supremacy In Our Discourse About Higher Education Internationalization, Sachi Edwards

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Balancing International Education And Its Carbon Footprint, Pii-Tuulia Nikula, Adinda Van Gaalen May 2024

Balancing International Education And Its Carbon Footprint, Pii-Tuulia Nikula, Adinda Van Gaalen

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Learning Self Through Shosin In International Education, Yuka Jibki May 2024

Learning Self Through Shosin In International Education, Yuka Jibki

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.


Spiritual Dimensions In Co-Curricular Spaces As An Approach To Internationalization, Punita Lumb May 2024

Spiritual Dimensions In Co-Curricular Spaces As An Approach To Internationalization, Punita Lumb

Critical Internationalization Studies Review

No abstract provided.