November 15, 2019 · University of Virginia

Students disciplining peers: Student involvement when adjudicating misconduct infractions at American four-year colleges and universities.

Abstract segment: "Student involvement in disciplinary adjudication is advocated in two of the primary sources guiding judicial affairs practice (the Council for the Advancement of Standards' "Guidelines for Student Conduct Programs" as well as Stoner and Lowery's "Model Student Conduct Code"); however, previous studies examining campus conduct systems have failed to specifically focus on student involvement when resolving collegiate misconduct infractions. This study sought to fill in critical gaps by examining student involvement in the adjudication of misconduct infractions at American four-year colleges and universities at a new level of detail."
Creator
Marc H. Shook
Publisher
University of Virginia
Date
2010
Type
Dissertation
Advisor
Margaret Miller
Faculty
Patricia Lampkin
Bruce Gansneder
Madelyn Wessel
Department
Curry School of Education
Date Added November 5, 2016
Date Modifed October 17, 2017
Collection UVA scholarship on sexual violence, 1974-

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