cCivic values revision


The findings of this study will benefitprove pertinent and beneficial to Asian higher education, communities, in particularly, where research on college student outcomes has not been carried out enoughis insufficient to guide institutional[JH1]  policies and practices. WhileObviously, contextual differences may necessitate morefurther, region-specific study, ies using data [JH2] collected from college students[JH3]  in this region, but in the meantime, Asian institutions of higher education in Asian countries[JH4] , in the meantime, canwill be able to make use of the U.S.-based research. findings being proved useful for American students. As this study clearly shows, students will better develop their civic mindedness more when they are actively involved in various curricular and extracurricular activities, though the underlying mechanism requires closer examination[JH5] [JH6] . Since neither manyfew students participate in student organizations can or take on leadership roles in student organizationtherein,  nor encourage them to participate in organized demonstration on purpose, it would be a more viable to makemaking community service courses available, or even required, for students to take[JH7] is advisable. A greaterEspecially close attention is warranted to female and science major students, moreover, is warranted: both have been entering Asian colleges and universities in increasing numbers in recent years, whoand the latter[JH8]  are likelytend to develop civic values during college[JH9]  to a lesser degree[JH10] ,. given that the recent trend of a steady increase in the number of female students entering into colleges and universities and of students majored in engineering and science in developing countries in Asia. Although the underlying mechanism is to be further studied, college students appear to develop their civic mindedness when exposed to various dimensions of campus environment[JH11] . The somewhat modest institutional effects found in this study doshould not dissuade university administrators from attending to institutional features, but rather should remindprompt them to call for a fresh look atreconsider newthe variety of sources[JH12]  of collegiate influences on the civic values of college students. All in all, the development of a "mid-range theory" of civic values development will immensely benefit Asian students and Asian higher education communities. will be immensely benefited from the development of a "mid-range theory" of civic values development for Asian students.

 [JH1]Implicit / covered on next line




 [JH5]… cut from below and pasted here for better organization

 [JH6]OR (alternative meaning):  “remains unclear”


 [JH8]*OR (if female students develop civic values to a lesser degree than males): both


 [JH10]OR (alternative meaning): “are less likely to develop civic values”


 [JH12]*OR (alternative meaning):  “encourage them to consider new sources”