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LCCN – References

Please note: The following references were consulted during the development of the LCCN research, but they are in no way an exhaustive representation of all the valuable research available on these topics on the date of publication and the material that will be published in the future. We hope they are a useful starting point to orient yourself on these topics, with the understanding that these are fields that are quickly developing, and this list may no longer be actively maintained after August 2018.

Student Demographics and Enrollments

Anya, U. (2011). Connecting With Communities of Learners and Speakers: Integrative Ideals, Experiences, and Motivations of Successful Black Second Language Learners. Foreign Language Annals, 44(3), 441-466.​Bailey, T., Jenkins, D., & Leinback, T. (2005). What We Know About Community College Low-Income and Minority Student Outcomes: Descriptive Statistics from National Surveys. New York, NY: Community College Research Center.

​Brigman, S.L. & Jacobs, L.C. (1981). Participation and Success of Minority Students in University Foreign Language Programs. The Modern Language Journal, 65(4), 371-376.

Brown, A. (2009). Less Commonly Taught Language and Commonly Taught Language Students: A Demographic and Academic Comparison. Foreign Language Annals, 42(3), 405-423.

​Davis, J.J., & Markham, P. (1991). Student Attitudes Toward Foreign Language Study at Historically and Predominantly Black Institutions. Foreign Language Annals, 24(3), 227-237.

​Furman, N., Goldberg, D., & Lusin, N. (2010). Enrollments in Languages Other Than English in United States Institutions of Higher Education, Fall 2009. New York, NY: The Modern Language Association of America.

​Goldberg, D., Looney, D., & Lusin, N. (2015). Enrollments in Languages Other Than English in United States Institutions of Higher Education, Fall 2013. New York, NY: The Modern Language Association of America.

Moore, Z. (2005). African-American Students’ Opinions About Foreign Language Study: An Exploratory Study of Low Enrollments at the College Level. Foreign Language Annals, 39(2), 191-200.

Heritage Students/Immigration

​Cho, G., Cho, K-S., & Tse, L. (1997). Why Ethnic Minorities Want to Develop their Heritage Language: The Case of Korean-Americans. Language Culture & Curriculum, 10(2), 106-112.

Fechter, S.A. (2010). The Community College: A Position for Curricular Change in a New Era. Hispania, 93(1), 76-79.

Kasinitz, P. Mollenkofp, J.H., Waters, M.C., & Holdaway, J. (2009). Inheriting the City: The Children of Immigrants Come of Age. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation.

Oh, S. & Min, P.G. (2011). Generation and Earnings Pattern among Chinese, Filipino, and Korean Americans in New York. International Migration Review, 45(4), 852-871.

Portes, A. & Rumbaut, R.G. (2001). Legacies: The Story of the Immigrant Second Generation. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press.

Saiz, A. & Zoido, E. (2005). Listening to What the World Says: Bilingualism and Earnings in the United States. The Review of Economics and Statistics, 87(3), 523-538.

Teranishi, R.T., Suárez-Orozco, C., & Suárez-Orozco, M. (2011). Immigrants in Community Colleges. The Future of Children, 21(1), 153-169.

Student Motivations

​Barnett, E. (2011). Validation Experiences and Persistence among Community College Students. The Review of Higher Education, 34(2), 193-230.

Bonemery, A.M. (2013). Influences on the Retention of Students from the First to the Second semester of Foreign Language Study at the Community College Level. Ph.D. dissertation, American International College.

Deil-Amen, R. (2011). Socio-Academic Integrative Moments: Rethinking Academic and Social Integration among Two-Year College Students in Career-Related Programs. The Journal of Higher Education, 82(1), 54-91.

Geisherik, A. (2004). The Role of Motivation among Heritage and Non-Heritage Learners of Russian. Canadian Slavonic Papers, 46(1/2), 9-22.

Husseinali, G. (2006). Who is Studying Arabic and Why? A Survey of Arabic Students’ Orientations at a Major University. Foreign Language Annals, 39(3), 395-412.

Nunn, M. (2008). Motivation and Belief Associated with Japanese Language Proficiency in Sociocultural Perspective. Japanese Language and Literature, 42(2), 471-494.

Smith, S. (2012). Qualitative Perspectives of Factors Influencing Community College Students’ Stated Motivation to Enroll in Future Foreign Language Programs. Ph.D. Dissertation, Indiana University.

Instructors, Curriculum, and Administration

​Carreira, M. & Kagan, O. (2011). The Results of the National Heritage Language Survey: Implications for Teaching, Curriculum Design, and Professional Development. Foreign Language Annals, 44(1), 40-64.

Goldberg, D. & Welles, E.B. (2001). Successful College and University Foreign Language Programs, 1995-1999: Part 1. Profession, 171-210.

Goldberg, D., Lusin, N., & Welles, E.B. (2004). Successful College and University Foreign Language Programs, 1995-99: Part 2. ADFL Bulletin, 35(2-3), 27-70.

Kramsch, C. (2002). Alien Wisdoms in English and Foreign Language Programs. PMLA, 117(5), 1245-1247.

LeBlanc, L.B. & Lally, C.G. (1997). Making the Transition from Secondary to Postsecondary Spanish Study: Achieving Consistency in College Placement for Florida’s Students. Hispania, 80(1), 124-135.

Lusin, N. (2005). Successful College and University Foreign Language Programs, 1995–99: Part 3 Program Features Associated with Rising Enrollments in AA-Granting Institutions. ADFL Bulletin, 36(3), 63-78.

Community Colleges: History and General Trends

American Association of Community Colleges. (2015). 2015 Community College Fast Facts. Washington, DC: American Association of Community Colleges.

Belfield, C.R. & Bailey, T. (2011). The Benefits of Attending Community College: A Review of the Evidence. Community College Review, 39(1), 46-68.

Cohen, A.M., Brawer, F.B., & Kisker, Carrie B. (2013). The American Community College. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass Publishers.

Community College Survey of Student Engagement. (2002). Engaging Community Colleges: A First Look (2002 CCSSE Findings). Austin, TX: Center for Community College Student Engagement.

Community College Survey of Student Engagement. (2003). Engaging Community Colleges: National Benchmarks of Quality (2003 CCSSE Findings). Austin, TX: Center for Community College Student Engagement.

Community College Survey of Student Engagement. (2004). Engagement by Design (2004 CCSSE Findings). Austin, TX: Center for Community College Student Engagement.

Community College Survey of Student Engagement. (2005). Engaging Students, Challenging the Odds (2005 CCSSE Findings). Austin, TX: Center for Community College Student Engagement.

Community College Survey of Student Engagement. (2006). Act On Fact: Using Data to Improve Student Success (2006 CCSSE Findings). Austin, TX: Center for Community College Student Engagement.

Community College Survey of Student Engagement. (2007). Committing to Student Engagement: Reflections on CCSSE’s First Five Years (2007 Findings). Austin, TX: Center for Community College Student Engagement.

Community College Survey of Student Engagement. (2009). Making Connections: Dimensions of Student Engagement (CCSSE 2009 Findings). Austin, TX: Center for Community College Student Engagement.

Community College Survey of Student Engagement. (2015). Engagement Rising: A Decade of CCSSE Data Shows Improvements Across the Board. Austin, TX: Center for Community College Student Engagement.

Fike, D.S. & Fike, R. (2008). Predictors of First-Year Student Retention in the Community College. Community College Review, 36(2), 68-88.

Jaschik, S. & Lederman, D. (2015). The 2015 Inside Higher Ed Survey of Community College Presidents. Washington, DC: Inside Higher Education.

Jepsen, C. (2010). Labor-Market Returns to Kentucky’s Community Colleges. Kentucky Annual Economic Report 2010, 25-32.

Juszkiewicz, J. (2015). Trends in Community College Enrollment and Completion Data, 2015. Washington, DC: American Association of Community Colleges.

Juszkiewicz, J. (2016). Trends in Community College Enrollment and Completion Data, 2016. Washington, DC: American Association of Community Colleges.

Kena, G., Musu-Gillette, L., Robinson, J., Wang, X., Rathbun, A., Zhang, J., Wilkinson-Flicker, S., Barmber, A., Dunlop- Velez, E., Nachazel, T., Dziuba, A., Smith, W., Nelson, V., Robles-Villalba, V., Soo, W., & Ballard, D. (2015). The Condition of Education 2015. US Department of Education.

Levin, J.S. & Kater, S.T. (Eds.). (2012). Understanding Community College. New York, NY: Core Concepts in Higher Education.

Liu, O.L., Carlson, J., Bridgeman, B., Golub-Smith, M., & Greenwood, R. (2013). Investigating 10-Year Trends of Learning Outcomes at Community Colleges. ETS Research Report.

Nora, A., Crisp, G., & Matthews, C. (2011). A Reconceptualization of CCSSE’s Benchmarks of Student Engagement. The Review of Higher Education, 35(1), 105-130.

Phillippe, K.A. & González-Sullivan, L. (2005). National Profile of Community Colleges: Trends and Statistics (4th). Washington, D.C.: American Association of Community Colleges.

Price, D.V. & Tovar, E. (2014). Student Engagement and Institutional Graduation Rates: Identifying High-Impact Educational Practices for Community Colleges. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 38, 766-782.

Provasnik, S. & Planty, M. (2008). Community Colleges: Special Supplement to the Condition of Education 2008. National Center for Education Statistics.

Woods, K.L. (2013). Predicting Community College Transfer Student Success: The Role of Community College Academic Experiences on Post-Transfer Adjustment. Ph.D. Dissertation, Iowa State University.

Methodological Considerations

​Sax, L.J., Gilmartin, S.K., & Bryant, A.N. (2003). Assessing Response Rates and Nonresponse Bias in Web and Paper Surveys. Research in Higher Education, 44, 409-432.

Sax, L.J., Gilmartin, S.K., Lee, J.J., & Serra Hagedorn, L. (2008). Using Web Surveys to Reach Community College Students: An Analysis of Response Rates and Response Bias. Community College Journal of Research and Practice, 32(9), 712- 729.