2020-2021 Class of Fellows
Self-censorship or Just Being Nice: Understanding College Students’ Decisions About Classroom Speech
Research completed by:
Associate Professor, Educational Administration,
University of Nebraska – Lincoln
ABOUT THE RESEARCH
Elizabeth’s project is a research study exploring college students’ moral reasoning around issues of free expression in the classroom. Through surveys and interviews, she examines students’ judgements about others’ classroom speech, and how they make decisions about whether or not to share their own perspectives in the classroom.
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