Emotion and Partnerships

Peter Felten

Abstract


The scholarly literature on partnerships virtually ignores emotion. That is unfortunate because both the practices we use and the research we conduct could be deepened by directly addressing the ways emotions influence partnership processes and outcomes

Keywords


partnership; emotion; students-as-partners

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15173/ijsap.v1i2.3070


Peter Felten
Elon University
United States

Assistant provost for teaching and learning, executive director of the Center for Engaged Learning, and professor of history