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Information Technology and International Relations: Using On Line, Interactive Simulations to Transcend Time, Space, and Attitudes
Unformatted Document Text:  ________ (2005A) “Teaching and Learning Empathy: An Interactive, Online Diplomatic Simulation of Middle East Conflict.” Journal of Political Science Education 1(2): 207-220.________ (2005B) “A Dialog of Faith: Reflections on Middle East Conflict from Jewish, Muslim, and Christian Perspectives.” Journal of Beliefs and Values 26(1):65-75. Switky, B. (2004) “The Importance of Voting in International Organizations: Simulating the Case of the European Union.” International Studies Perspectives 5 (1): 40-49. Thomas, G. (2002) “The Isle of Ted Simulation: Teaching Collective Action in International Relations and Organization.” Political Science and Politics 35(3): 555-559. Van Dyke, G., E Declair, and P. Loedel (2000) “Stimulating Simulations: Making the European Union a Classroom Reality.” International Studies Perspectives 1(2): 145-160. Vavrina, V. (1995) “Poughkeepsie to Persian Gulf Revisited: ICONS, the Internet and Teaching International Politics.” Political Science and Politics 28: 725-728. Woodward, J and W. R. Gump (1994) Camelot: A Role Playing Simulation for Political Decision Making, ninth edition. Belmont CA: Wadsworth Publishing. Young, J. (2006) “Simulating Two-Level Negotiations.” International Studies Perspectives 7(1): 77-82. Zeff, E. E. (2003) “Negotiating in the European Council: A Model European Union Format for Individual Classes.” International Studies Perspectives 4: 264-274.

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________ (2005A) “Teaching and Learning Empathy: An Interactive, Online Diplomatic
Simulation of Middle East Conflict.” Journal of Political Science Education 1(2):
207-220.
________ (2005B) “A Dialog of Faith: Reflections on Middle East Conflict from Jewish,
Muslim, and Christian Perspectives.” Journal of Beliefs and Values 26(1):65-75.
Switky, B. (2004) “The Importance of Voting in International Organizations: Simulating
the Case of the European Union.” International Studies Perspectives 5 (1): 40-49.
Thomas, G. (2002) “The Isle of Ted Simulation: Teaching Collective Action in
International Relations and Organization.” Political Science and Politics 35(3): 555-559.
Van Dyke, G., E Declair, and P. Loedel (2000) “Stimulating Simulations: Making the
European Union a Classroom Reality.” International Studies Perspectives 1(2): 145-160.
Vavrina, V. (1995) “Poughkeepsie to Persian Gulf Revisited: ICONS, the Internet and
Teaching International Politics.” Political Science and Politics 28: 725-728.
Woodward, J and W. R. Gump (1994) Camelot: A Role Playing Simulation for Political
Decision Making
, ninth edition. Belmont CA: Wadsworth Publishing.
Young, J. (2006) “Simulating Two-Level Negotiations.” International Studies
Perspectives
7(1): 77-82.
Zeff, E. E. (2003) “Negotiating in the European Council: A Model European Union
Format for Individual Classes.” International Studies Perspectives 4: 264-274.


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