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Female-Only Classes in a Rural Context: Self-Concept, Achievement, and Discourse
Hope E. Wilson
University of North Florida Jeanie Gresham, Michelle Williams, Claudia Whitley, & Jimmy Partin
Stephen F. Austin State University
"Like Human Beings": Responsive Relationships and Institutional Flexibility at a Rural Community College
Barbara Chavis, & John Kester
Richmond Community College
Book Review - Young People Making it Work: Continuity and Change in Rural Places
Washington State University
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