- Title Pages
- Part I: Theories, Frameworks, and Twenty-First Century Deweyism
- 1 John Dewey, Participatory Democracy, and University-Community Partnerships
- 2 The Ethical Foundations of Human and Organizational Development Programs
- Part II: Implications and Responses: <i>Academics in Action!</i>
- 3 Using Research to Guide Efforts to Prevent and End Homelessness
- 4 Ecological Research Promoting Positive Youth Development
- 5 Putting Boyer’s Four Types of Scholarship into Practice
- 6 Conducting Research on Comprehensive Community Development Initiatives
- Part III: Academic Structures That Foster Synergy, Collaboration, and Courses
- 7 The Field School in Intercultural Education as a Model for International Service-Learning and Collaborative Action-Research Training
- 8 Creating a Mosaic of Religious Values and Narratives
- 9 Internship: Situated Learning in the Department of Human and Organizational Development
- 10 Can Synergy Across Theory, Pedagogy, and Practice Guide Professional Education?
- Conclusion: Academics in Action—Bridging Principles and Practice!
- About the Editors
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