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Title: <研究ノート>大学生の成長理論の検討―Student Development in Collegeを中心に―
Other Titles: <Notes>Considerations of the Theory of Student Development in Higher Education: A Review of Student Development in College
Authors: 河井, 亨  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: Kawai, Toru
Keywords: 成長理論
認識論的成長
知識観
状況の捉え方
知識構成過程
Student Development in College
student development theory
the view of knowledge
the definition of a situation
involvement in the knowledge construction process
Student Development in College
Issue Date: 1-Dec-2014
Publisher: 京都大学高等教育研究開発推進センター
Journal title: 京都大学高等教育研究
Volume: 20
Start page: 49
End page: 61
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to consider the relationship between various theories of student development througha review of Evans, Forney, Guido, Patton, and Renn’s Student Development in College. First, an overview of the history ofstudent development theory and practice is provided. Second, general development theories, such as Erikson’s identitytheory and Kohlberg and Gilligan’s moral development theory are examined. Third, student development theory is focusedon, particularly Chickering’s comprehensive seven vectors theory and Perry’s cognitive development theory. Next, theauthor examines Perry’s proposed theories of cognitive and epistemological development, Belenky’s women’s ways ofknowing, King and Kitchener’s reflective judgment model, and Baxter-Magolda’s research on epistemological reflection andself-authorship. It is subsequently argued that cognitive and epistemological development is a central issue among collegestudents, which entails the view of knowledge, the definition of a situation, and involvement in the knowledge constructionprocess. It is further proposed that this kind of development is parallel to intrapersonal and interpersonal development.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/197285
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