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Far too many educators are unprepared to engage their students in authentic dialog concerning divisive social issues that arise in classroom discussions. “Hot topics” or divisive social discussions and assignments have an increasingly significant place in college classrooms. These faculty and student led discussions allow students opportunities to develop their understanding of others who are different from them while affirming people of diverse backgrounds. Students’ perceptions, beliefs, and attitudes about divisive social issues are directly influenced by faculty’s willingness to engage in authentic discourse. Submitted topics may address questions such as those presented below:
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