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Service-Learning Resources

Social/Behavioral Sciences

Honeycutt, J. M. (2002). Outcomes of service-learning in a family communication course. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 6(4), 131.

Lowe, L. A., & Medina, V. L. (2010). Service learning collaborations: A formula for reciprocity. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Social Services, 91(2), 127-134.

Cahuas, M.C., & Levkoe, C.Z. (2017). Towards a critical service learning in geography education: Exploring challenges and possibilities through TestimonioJournal of Geography in Higher Education, 41(2), 246-263.

Grabbatin, B. & Fickey, A. (2012). Service-learning: Critical traditions and geographic pedagogyJournal of Geography, 111(6), 254-260.

Jurmu, M. (2015). Incorporating an introductory service-learning experience in a physical geography courseJournal of Geography, 114(2), 49-57.

Marken, D., Moxley, B., & Fraley, A. (2011). Safe & independent: Enriching lives through service-learningJournal of Applied Gerontology, 30(4), 505-512.

Tam, M. (2013). Intergenerational service learning between the old and young: What, why and howEducational Gerontology, 40(6), 1-13.

Yamashita, T., Kinney, J., & Lokon, E. (2013). The impact of a gerontology course and a service-learning program on college students’ attitudes toward people with dementiaJournal of Applied Gerontology, 32(2), 139-163.

Brenchley, K. J. M. & Donahue, L. M. (2017). Stress reduction in a high stress population: A service-learning project. Journal of Social and Political psychology, 5(2), 463-476.

Fleck, B., Hussey, H. D., & Rutledge-Ellison, L. (2017). Linking class and community: An investigation of service learning. Teaching of Psychology, 44(3), 232-239.

Koch, J., Ross, J., Wendell, J., Aleksandrova-Howell, M., & Juntunen, C. (2014). Results of immersion service learning activism with peers: Anticipated and surprising. The Counseling Psychologist, 42(8), 1215-1246.

Averett, P., & Arnd-Caddigan, M. (2014). Preparing BSW students for service-learning: Enhancing epistemological reflectionJournal of Teaching in Social Work, 34(3), 316-331.

Maccio, E. M. (2011). Graduate social work students' attitudes toward service-learning. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 31(2), 163-177.

Matthew, L., Piedra, L., Wu, C., Kramer Diaz, A., Wang, H., Straub, A., & Nguyen, T. (2017). Social work and engineering: Lessons from a water filtration project in Guatemala. International Social Work, 60(6), 1578-1590.

Mink, T. & Twill, S. (2012). Using service-learning to teach a social work policy course. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship, 5(1), 5-13.

Buffington, M., Wolfgang, C. N., & Stephen, T. A. (2017). Service-learning, the arts, and incarceration. Journal of Prison Education and Reentry, 4(2), 6.

Huisman, Kimberly. (2010). Developing a sociological imagination by doing sociology: A methods-based service-learning course on women and immigration. Teaching Sociology, 38(2), 106-118.

Keene, A. S., & Colligan, S. (2004). Service-learning and anthropology. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 10(3), 5-15.

Nurse, A., & Krain, M. (2006). Mask making: Incorporating service learning into criminology and deviance courses. Teaching Sociology, 34(3), 278-285.