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Browsing School of Arts and Sciences by Author "Blankenship, Chastity"

Browsing School of Arts and Sciences by Author "Blankenship, Chastity"

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  • Wathen, Alec Ford; Blankenship, Chastity; Carter, Lisa M. (2016-03-24)
    Service learning is a concept that has been gaining traction in colleges across the country. Though there is no single definition, most service learning concepts involve volunteer work outside of the classroom and then ...
  • Blankenship, Chastity; Carter, Lisa M.; LoCasto, Sydney (2017-10-20)
    Because Learning Communities emphasize collaborative, integrative learning, they are an excellent site for embedding service-learning projects. Additionally, service-learning in the context of a learning community can help ...
  • Blankenship, Chastity; Slate, Risdon N. (Corrections: Policy, Practice and Research, 2016-10)
    Stress among criminal justice professionals is generally associated with turnover intention. This study uses survey data from over 700 state and federal probation officers from the same southern jurisdiction to explore ...
  • Mauldin, Mindy R.; O'Donnell, Cullen T.; Blankenship, Chastity; Bates, Jeremie (Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities University of North Georgia, 2016)
    We applied critical pedagogy in the college classroom by asking students what topics they would want covered in their Introduction to Sociology courses if they were given the power to decide. Students were also asked to ...
  • Hearthstone-Leroux, Kaitlin Marie; Carter, Lisa M.; Blankenship, Chastity (2017-04-14)
    The Marshall Hypothesis suggests that ignorance of the death penalty is correlated with support for its use unless an individual views capital punishment’s purpose as retribution for a crime. The researchers of this study ...
  • Paino, Maria; Blankenship, Chastity; Grauerholz, Liz; Chin, Jeffrey (Sage Publications Inc., 2012-04)
    This article updates and extends research by Baker and Chin, who tracked changes in studies published in Teaching Sociology from 1973 to 1983 (Baker) and 1984 to 1999 (Chin). The current study traces manuscripts published ...

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