Student Voices: Perceptions of Faculty Incivility
Many consider higher education one of the last domains of decorum - an environment for discovery and civility - an ivory tower where sage professors engage eager learners in academic debate, social discourse, and enlightened discussion. But, as in the larger society, incivility on American college campuses is a serious and growing concern. Indeed, Baldwin (39) believes that a universal goal of higher education is to promote civility and respect, and argues that the role of higher education is to create scholars, working professionals, and good citizens.
Clark, Cynthia. (2006). "Student Voices: Perceptions of Faculty Incivility". Nursing Education Perspectives, 27(1), 34-43.
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