Browsing Auburn Theses and Dissertations by Department "Education"
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Self-Efficacy as it Relates to Attributions and Attitudes towards Poverty among Pre-Service School Counselors
This study was conducted in order to examine the self-efficacy of pre-service school counselors and their attributions and attitudes towards poverty. The population for this study consisted of Master’s level school ...
Social Networking, its Influence on Social and Psychological Well-being, and Implications for Counseling
Once seen as little more than a hobby, social networking is steadily influencing culture in many ways. Social networking affects how users connect with one another, impacting how they choose to represent themselves online, ...
Virtual Academic Community: Online Education Instructors’ Social Presence in Association with Freshman Composition Students’ Critical Thinking and Argumentation
There is much literature addressing challenges face-to-face freshman composition instructors encounter in developing college courses that foster critical thinking skills crucial to developing written argument. Composition ...