The College Student Affairs Journal

Sponsored by the Southern Association for College Student Affairs


Volume 31 #2, 2013

CONTENTS

EDITORIAL COMMENTARY

Education Must Not Simply Teach Work it Must Teach Life: Student Affairs Administrators Leading the Charge, Roland W. Mitchell

ARTICLES

1. Helping Males Succeed in College: Male’s Experiences of Mattering and Marginalization, Roger W. Schieferecke and Karen Card

2. The Relationship Between First Year College Men’s Religious Affiliation and Their Moral Development, Jerry L. Tatum, John D. Foubert, Dale R. Fuqua, and Christopher M. Ray

3. Black Students in College and Civic Values: Curricular and Cocurricular Influences Among College Students, Joe L. Lott

4. Student Affairs Professionals, Black “Greek” Hazing, and University Civil Liability, Gregory S. Parks and Dorsey Spencer

5. Social Capital, Academic Engagement, and Sense of Belonging Among, Working-Class College Students, Krista M. Soria and Michael J. Stebleton

6. Development and Initial Validation of a New Instrument to Measure Perceived Career Options, Jonathan P. Stange and Stephen J. Zyzanski

BOOK REVIEW

Review of College Students in the United States: Characteristics, Experiences, and Outcomes, by Kristen A. Renn and Robert D. Reason Reviewed by Darrell C. Ray

Author Biographical Data

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