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THROUGH A DIS/ABILITY STUDIES AND CRITICAL RACE THEORY LENS: BLACK FAMILIES’ PERSPECTIVES OF SPEECH LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
([Bloomington, Ind.] : Indiana University, 2023-05) Harris-Johnson, Cynquetta; Wohlwend, Karen Ph.D.
The purpose of this study was to investigate the historical and current impact of racism and ableism in speech language pathology using the counterstories of African-American families. Utilizing a qualitative, critical narrative research approach I investigated the experiences expressed and lived by Black families through interviews, current research and my experience as a Black speech specialist. The data collected was analyzed using a DisCrit lens which allowed me to uncover the multi-layers of identity, social constructs, power, privilege and ability within the participants’ stories. Once analyzed, the seven Tenets of DisCrit were used as themes to organize the data.
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Assessing Cultural Value: Ethical Gatekeeping in Choral Music
(Indiana University, 2024-02-14) Grace, Samuel
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FINANCIAL WELLNESS PROGRAMMING MODALITIES IN HIGHER EDUCATION
(Higher Education Financial Wellness Alliance, 2024-02) Taylor, Z.W.; Ray, Sara
This brief provides a snapshot into how financial wellness programs in higher education operate different service modalities (in-person, virtual, hybrid). This brief is based on a larger survey of financial wellness programs in higher education.
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Peer Financial Mentoring in Higher Education: Research to Practice
(Higher Education Financial Wellness Alliance, 2024-02-15) Ray, Sara; Taylor, Z.W.
It is critical for college students to develop a sense of financial literacy before they enter the workforce (Durband & Britt, 2012; Goetz et al., 2011). However, financial literacy programs on college campuses are sparse (Britt et al., 2015), and those campuses with programs often do not utilize a peer financial mentoring model. As a result, this presentation provides an overview of a series of studies that engaged with 54 collegiate peer financial mentors across seven institutions of higher education. This study employs a phenomenological qualitative approach using focus group data collection techniques (Saldaña & Omasta, 2022). We purposively sampled participants from institutions of higher education with peer financial mentoring programs over a three-year span (2020-2023) through research team connections with the Higher Education Financial Wellness Alliance. Participants attended virtual focus groups with colleagues from their institution, resulting in 22 focus groups held with 54 peer financial mentors across seven institutions of higher education.
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MW-RCD February 2024 Newsletter
(2024-02-09) Snapp-Childs, Winona; Paladhi, Arijit; Pettit, Laura; Jacobson, Juli