Informal student-faculty interaction (ISFI) has been shown by many researchers to positively influence undergraduate students' academic, intellectual, and personal development, as well as their career and educational goals (e.g., Pascarella a Terenzini, 2005). However, little is known about why students approach faculty, and how faculty and staff can increase the quality and quantity of informal interactions.Thus, Ravena#39;s reward and coercive power bases only exist in their personal forms in Tumera#39;s model, because the ... Reference groups, groups to which an individual orients oneself regardless of actual group membership, play a role in socialanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Effect of Social Identity, Social Power, Professor Gender and Race on Informal Student-faculty Interactions|
|Author||:||Jamie J. Peterson|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|