EDLF 863: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN AMERICAN HIGHER EDUCATION ~ SUMMER 2005
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Topics

  • Class organization and discussion of expectations
  • Discussion of counseling as a profession


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Reference Style Note

The APA Style Manual (5th ed.) establishes a preference for hanging indents in the reference list but allows paragraph indents if hanging indents present a word processing problem. I am not proficient enough with HTML to produce hanging indents so the references below are paragraph indented. I have elected to use the Curry School dissertation convention of single spacing within references and double spacing between references for the following reference list.

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Reserved readings (This is a link to the electronic periodical reserve)

Books are on non circulating reserve in the Education Library, Ruffner Hall.
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     Collison, B. B. (2000). The counselor's professional identity. In H. Hackney (Ed.), Practice issues for the beginning counselor (pp. 9-22). Boston, MA: Allyn and Bacon.

     Corey, G., & Corey, M. S. (1990, October 4). Focus on graduate students: Why are you pursuing a career in the counseling profession?. AACD Guidepost, pp. 6, 10.

     Corey, M. S., & Corey, G. (2003). Becoming a helper. (4th ed.) Brooks/Cole: Pacific Grove, CA. Chapter 1: Are the helping professions for you? Chapter 2:Getting the most from your education and training. Chapter 3: Helper, Know Thyself, Chapter 5: Stages in the helping process, and Chapter 6: Common Concerns of Beginning Helpers.

     Feit, S. S., & Lloyd, A. P. (1990). A profession in search of professionals. Counselor Education and Supervision, 29, 216-219.

     Gladding, S. (2004). Counseling: A comprehensive profession (5th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson. Chapter 2: Personal and professional aspects of counseling.

     Hazler, R. J., & Kottler, J. A. (1994). The emerging professional counselor: Student dreams to professional realities. Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association. (This is a quick read and Pate recommends reading it early.)

     Ritchie, M. H. (1990). Counseling is not a profession - yet. Counselor Education and Supervision, 29, 220-227.