Making sense of beliefs and values : theory, research, and practice /

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Other Authors: Shealy, Craig N. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: New York : Springer Publishing Company, [2016]
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Foreword; Preface; Acknowledgments; Share Making Sense of Beliefs and Values: Theory, Research, and Practice; Part I: Making Sense of Beliefs and Values: The Meaning, Etiology, and Assessment of Beliefs and Values; Chapter 1: Our Belief in Belief; Beliefs, Values, and Versions of Reality; From Aurora and Boston to Falwell and Robertson: Case Studies in Versions of Reality; Our Belief in Belief: 9/11 and Beyond; Making Sense of Beliefs and Values: The Vital Role of Educators, Scholars, and Practitioners; References.
  • Chapter 2: Beliefs, Needs, and Self: Three Components of the EI ModelImpetus and Rationale for EI Theory and the EI Self; EI Component I: Belief; The "I" of EI Theory; Summary of EI Theory; References; Chapter 3: The EI Self: Real World Implications and Applications of EI Theory; Elaine Encounters Self: A Case Study in Beliefs, Values, and Needs; Understanding the EI Self; References; Chapter 4: Beliefs, Events, and Values Inventory (BEVI); References; Part II: Making Sense of Beliefs and Values Through Research: Culture, Development, Environment, Gender, Politics, and Religion.
  • Chapter 5: In Search of Best Practices for Multicultural Education: Empirical Evidence from the Forum BEVI ProjectThe Origins and Principles of Multicultural Education; Methods and Results; Discussion; References; Chapter 6: Identity Development and the Construction of Self: Findings and Implications from the Forum BEVI Project; Overview of Equilintegration Theory and the Beliefs, Events, and Values Inventory; Discussion; References; Chapter 7: Environmental Beliefs and Values: In Search of Models and Methods; Value-Belief-Norm Theory; Theory of Planned Behavior; Environmental Identity Model.
  • Motivation Toward the Environmental ScaleTheory Comparisons; EI Theory, EI Self, and BEVI; Understanding Environmental Beliefs and Values Through the BEVI: Three Studies; Discussion; Summary and Conclusion; References; Chapter 8: Understanding the Gendered Self: Implications from EI Theory, the EI Self, and the BEVI; Introduction to the Gendered Self; Summary and Conclusion: Toward Real World Applications; References; Chapter 9: Exploring the Etiology of Ideology: In Search of the Political Self Through the EI Model and BEVI Method; Political Parties in the United States.
  • Understanding Ideological DistinctionsFraming the Etiology of Ideology; EI Theory, the EI Self, and the BEVI; Exploring the Etiology of Ideology; Conclusion; References; Chapter 10: The Nature and Etiology of Religious Certitude: Implications of the EI Framework and Beliefs, Events, and Values Inventory; The Nature of Certitude; Psychological Perspectives on Religious Certitude; Examining Religious Certitude Through the EI Model and BEVI Method; Research Questions and Results; Concluding Perspectives on Religious Certitude; Agnosticism and the Continuum of Belief; Summary and Conclusion.