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Mentoring: Program Development, Relationships and Outcomes
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Editors: Michael I. Keel
Book Description:
This book examines the importance of mentoring relationships. Mentoring is important to individual career development. Thus, the potential benefits of mentoring on a professional scale are addressed, regardless of career stage. Findings from a constructivist grounded theory study, that examined rural nurses' experiences of mentoring, is presented in this book. Multicultural models of mentoring relationships are also examined, which are necessary given the changing demographics of our society. Recommendations for developing positive multicultural mentoring relationships and future directions in research and training are looked at as well. Furthermore, mid-career is the most appropriate period for taking on mentoring responsibilities. Thus, a conceptual analysis of the relationships between the mentor's career stage and the mentoring process are analyzed. This book also describes the attitudes, characteristics, and practices of effective mentoring of student teachers on students as well as the effect peer-mentoring has on disabled persons. Future directions of peer-mentoring and disability are addressed as well.

Table of Contents:
Preface

Research and Review Studies

Analysis of Mantee Factors in Learning minimal access surgery, in relation to retroperitoneal renal surgery in children pp. 1-19
(Supul Hennayake, Basem kaleem, Royal Manchester children's Hospital, Hospital Road, Manchester United Kingdom)

Mentoring in Context: A Sociological Approach to the Study of Mentoring Relationships pp. 21-38
(Steve McDonald, North Carolina State Univ. Lance D. Erickson, Brigham Young Univ. Derek Gatlin, North Carolina State Univ.)

Developing the Spectrum of Supportive Relationships Including Mentoring pp. 39-50
(Jane Mills, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Monash Univ., Victoria, Australia)

Mid-Career: The Proper Period for the mentoring of Newly Appointed principals pp. 51-62
(Izhar Oplatka, Ben Gurion Univ., Israel)

Effective Mentoring of Student Teachers: Attitudes, Characteristics and Practices of Successful Associate Teachers within a New Zealand Context* pp. 63-73
(Lyn McDonald)

Faculty Mentoring at a Distance: Coming Together in the Virtual Community* pp. 75-89
(David S. Stein, Hilda R. Glazer)

Supporting Future Teachers Learning to Teach Through an Integrated Model of Mentoring* pp. 91-107
(Pi-Jen Lin)

The Interface of Mentoring with Management and Human Resource Development in Todayís Organizations* pp. 109-122
(Charles Oaklief)

Peer-Mentoring and Disability: Current Directions and Future Applications* pp. 123-141
(Erin Hayes, Fabricio Balcazar)

Short Communications

When "You're Not the Boss of Me": Mentoring Across Generational Differences pp. 143-152
(Janet Bickel, Career and Leadership Development, Falls Church, VA)

Mentoring in Medicine pp. 153-160
(Erin E. Tracy, Massachusetts General Hospital)

Multicultural Perspectives in Mentoring: Mentoring Relationships in the Counseling Field: A Multicultural Perspective pp. 161-167
(Regine M. Talleyrand, Rita Chi-Ying Chung, George Mason University)

Index

   Series:
      Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2009 3rd Quarter
   Pages: 183 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60692-287-3
   Status: AV
  
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