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HDFS 161 Episode 10 Developing White Identity

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton applies develecology to his own experience growing up in America, to illuminate the development and nature of white identity, and then to suggest approaches to understanding and reducing racism.

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HDFS 161 Episode 20 Develecological Health Proposal

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton Describes the process of develecological analysis and elaborates on an example proposing ecosystem changes to increase the health of a community.

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Kevin Gannon Keynote - Pivotal Pedagogy

By: ctl

Kevin Gannon, PhD was the keynote speaker at the remote conference, Pivotal Pedagogy, in May 2020. Dr. Gannon is the Director of the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning and Professor of History at Grand View University in Des Moines, Io...

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HDFS 161 Episode 7 Diversities & Ecosystems

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton applies develecology to understand the effects of poverty, racism, and residential segregation on children and their development.

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Guest Speaker, Sarah Ray, Pivotal Pedagogy

By: ctl

Sarah Ray gave a talk to participants in Pivotal Pedagogy, May 2020. Dr. Ray is the author of A Field Guide to Climate Anxiety: How to Keep Your Cool on a Warming Planet (UC Press, 2020), which came out on Earth Day this year, in the middle of ano...

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Zen and Deep Evolution: When Did Your Life Begin?

By: presdent

The Buddha taught that everything is connected (emptiness) and constantly changing (impermanence). Charles Darwin proposed a mechanism (natural selection) to explain how the diversity of life that we see around us today developed from a singula...

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HDFS 060 Episode 26 Family Diversity

By: lshelton

Professor Shelton discusses the diversity among families, the many types of families and the diversity even within types. He argues that the type or form of a family is not as important as its functions and how its ecosystem facilitates or hinder...

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Sture Hansson: University of Vermont Marsh Professor Lecture The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: On Algal Blooms in the Baltic Sea

By: presdent

Blue-green algal blooms are common in the Baltic Sea as well as in many lakes, and they are often seen as a nuisance and an indication of environmental degradation. But because something is ugly does not necessarily mean that it's also bad. Can cy...

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Bronfenbrenner Primer Commentary Introduction

By: lshelton

Professor Lawrence Shelton introduces video commentaries to accompany The Bronfenbrenner Primer: A Guide to Develecology.