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Information Technology and International Relations: Using On Line, Interactive Simulations to Transcend Time, Space, and Attitudes
Unformatted Document Text:  Chasek, P. (2005) “Power Politics, Diplomacy and Role Playing: Simulating the UN Security Council's Response to Terrorism.” International Studies Perspectives 6(1): 1-19. Dekkers, J. and S. Donatti (1981) “The Integration of Research Studies on the Use of Simulation as an Instructional Strategy.” Journal of Educational Research 74: 424-427. Dougherty, B (2003) “Byzantine Politics: Using Simulations to Make Sense of the Middle East.” Political Science and Politics 36(2): 239-244. Flynn, S. (2000) “Drug Trafficking, the International System, and Decision-Making Constraints: A Policy-Making Simulation.” International Studies Perspectives 1(1): 45-56. Fursenko, A. and T. J. Naftali (1998) One Hell of a Gamble: The Secret History of the Cuban Missile Crisis. New York: W.W. Norton. Gosen, J. and J. Washbush (2004) “A Review of Scholarship on Assessing Experimental Learning Effectiveness.” Simulation & Gaming 35(2): 270-293. Hobbs, H. and D. Moreno (2004) “Simulating Globalization: Oil in Chad.” International Studies Perspectives 5(3): 231-239. Jefferson, K. (1999) “The Bosnian War Crimes Trial Simulation: Teaching Students about the Fuzziness of World Politics and International Law.” Political Science and Politics 32(3): 588-592. Lantis, J. S. (1998) “Simulations and Experiential Learning in the International Relations Classroom.” International Negotiation: A Journal of Theory and Practice 3: 59-75. Kaarbo, J. and J. S. Lantis (1997 “Coalition Theory in Praxis: A Comparative Politics Simulation of the Cabinet Formation Process.” Political Science and Politics 30: 501-506. Kanner, M. (2004) “Show Me the Money: How to Teach the Effect of Domestic Politics on National Security.” Political Science and Politics 37(1): 105-110. Krain, M. (2005) “Recent Accomplishments, New Opportunities, and a Challenge: A Message from the President of ALIAS.” ALIAS Notes: Newsletter for the Active Learning in International Affairs Section of the International Studies Association 4 (May): 1. Kille, K. (2002) “Simulating the Creation of a New International Human Rights Treaty: Active Learning in the International Studies Classroom.” International Studies Perspectives 3 (4): 271-290.

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Chasek, P. (2005) “Power Politics, Diplomacy and Role Playing: Simulating the UN
Security Council's Response to Terrorism.” International Studies Perspectives 6(1):
1-19.
Dekkers, J. and S. Donatti (1981) “The Integration of Research Studies on the Use of
Simulation as an Instructional Strategy.” Journal of Educational Research 74: 424-427.
Dougherty, B (2003) “Byzantine Politics: Using Simulations to Make Sense of the
Middle East.” Political Science and Politics 36(2): 239-244.
Flynn, S. (2000) “Drug Trafficking, the International System, and Decision-Making
Constraints: A Policy-Making Simulation.” International Studies Perspectives 1(1):
45-56.
Fursenko, A. and T. J. Naftali (1998) One Hell of a Gamble: The Secret History of the
Cuban Missile Crisis.
New York: W.W. Norton.
Gosen, J. and J. Washbush (2004) “A Review of Scholarship on Assessing Experimental
Learning Effectiveness.” Simulation & Gaming 35(2): 270-293.

Hobbs, H. and D. Moreno (2004) “Simulating Globalization: Oil in Chad.” International
Studies Perspectives
5(3): 231-239.
Jefferson, K. (1999) “The Bosnian War Crimes Trial Simulation: Teaching Students
about the Fuzziness of World Politics and International Law.” Political Science and
Politics
32(3): 588-592.
Lantis, J. S. (1998) “Simulations and Experiential Learning in the International Relations
Classroom.” International Negotiation: A Journal of Theory and Practice 3: 59-75.

Kaarbo, J. and J. S. Lantis (1997 “Coalition Theory in Praxis: A Comparative Politics
Simulation of the Cabinet Formation Process.” Political Science and Politics 30:
501-506.
Kanner, M. (2004) “Show Me the Money: How to Teach the Effect of Domestic Politics
on National Security.” Political Science and Politics 37(1): 105-110.
Krain, M. (2005) “Recent Accomplishments, New Opportunities, and a Challenge: A
Message from the President of ALIAS.” ALIAS Notes: Newsletter for the Active
Learning in International Affairs Section of the International Studies Association
4
(May): 1.
Kille, K. (2002) “Simulating the Creation of a New International Human Rights Treaty:
Active Learning in the International Studies Classroom.” International Studies
Perspectives
3 (4): 271-290.


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