AXIS: Journal of Lasallian Higher Education exists to encourage and share original scholarly and creative works about, and texts of historic significance to,  Lasallian Catholic Higher Education. AXIS is a free, open-access, electronic, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary periodical published twice per year. This site is designed to work with Firefox, Safari and Explorer browsers.

Vol 5, No 3 (2014)

Table of Contents

Section I: Original Scholarly and Creative Works

The "Lay State" - A Signifier of Transformations in the Church? The Contribution of Brother Michel Sauvage PDF
Herman Lombaerts, FSC, Ph.D.
Human Resource Management in the Context of Self-Concept and Its Impact on the Job Performance of College Full-Time Faculty Members of De La Salle Lipa PDF
Joseph Angelou Ilagan Ng, R.N., M.B.A.
Lasallian Spirituality PDF
Jeffrey Lynn Calligan, FSC
The Educational Mission of John Baptist de La Salle: Are We Doing Enough as Lasallians Today? PDF
Armin Luistro, FSC, Ph.D.
The Transformative Nature of Lasallian Research PDF
Rebecca A. Proehl, Ph.D.
The Global Water and Sanitation Scandal: A Challenge for Lasallian Universities PDF
Thomas F. Clasen, J.D., Ph.D.

Section II: Shared Knowledge Archive

Catechesis and Religious Education: One Brother's Journey PDF
Gerard Rummery, FSC, Ph.D.

Section III: Annotations of Distinctive Works in Lasallian Higher Education

Annotation: Michael Collins, FSC, Ed. D. "A Comparison of Racial Attitudes Among Students, Teachers, and Parents Toward Blacks in Selected Christian Brothers' Schools." Ed. D. dissertation, University of San Francisco, 1990, 187 pp. PDF
 
Annotation: P.M. Gil and D. Munoz, eds. That Your School Runs Well: Approach to Lasallian Educational Model, Lasallian Studies No. 17. Rome, Italy: Brothers of the Christian Schools, 2013. PDF
 
Annotation: John J. Piderit and Melanie M. Morey. Teaching the Tradition: Catholic Themes in Academic Disciplines. New York: Oxford University Press, 2012. PDF
 


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