The Turning Point: How Self-Fulfilling Prophecy and a Dean of Diversity can Influence Behavioral Intentions and Self-Efficacy
Discusses Self-Fulfilling Prophecy, The Theory of Reasoned Action and The Theory of Planned Behavior to provide a theoretical basis for how to improve academic self-efficacy.
International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Volume 3.
Article: Print (Spiral Bound), ISSN: 1447-9532,
Article: Electronic (PDF File; 167.576KB), ISSN: 1447-9583,
Dr. Cheryl Chatman
Executive Vice President and Dean of Diversity at Concordia University, St. Paul, Minnesota. Ed.D in Educational Administration with emphasis in Higher Education. Prior to joining Concordia, she was Assistant Director for the ELCA Colleges and Universities Department of the Division for Higher Education and Schools. She has served in a variety of academic and student-related capacities, as well as participated in numerous diversity and leadership training activities and conferences.
Dr. Katryna Johnson
Associate Professor of Marketing and Management at Concordia University - St. Paul, Minnesota. Ph.D. in Business Administration from Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota, 1997 with emphasis in Marketing and supporting fields in Psychology and Child Psychology.
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