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The relationship between gender and student outcomes in a freshman orientation course


Author(s): Blackhurst, A. E.

Citation: Blackhurst, A. E. (1995). The relationship between gender and student outcomes in a freshman orientation course. Journal of The Freshman Year Experience, 7(2), 63-80.

 

Abstract

The author looks at the role of gender in the relationship between first-year students and their first-year seminar instructors, as well as the differences between sexes in developing mature relationships and academic autonomy. Results showed gender to have a profound effect in these areas. Related topic heading(s): Student Sub-populations

 

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