Community Service in Academia: The Role of African American Sisterhood in the 1990s. (Article, 1998) [WorldCat.org]
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Community Service in Academia: The Role of African American Sisterhood in the 1990s.

Author: Felecia C Harris
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Journal of General Education, v47 n4 p282-301 1998
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Examines undergraduate female students' involvement in an African-American Greek-letter sorority at selected Southeast colleges, and the impact of community service on their general education. Describes seven elements of African society, known as the principles of Nguzo Saba, which provided the conceptual framework for this study. Contains 43 references. (VWC)
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: Felecia C Harris
ISSN:0021-3667
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 425618779
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Examines undergraduate female students' involvement in an African-American Greek-letter sorority at selected Southeast colleges, and the impact of community service on their general education. Describes seven elements of African society, known as the principles of Nguzo Saba, which provided the conceptual framework for this study. Contains 43 references. (VWC)

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