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Information Technology and International Relations: Using On Line, Interactive Simulations to Transcend Time, Space, and Attitudes
Unformatted Document Text:  Appleby, R. Scott. 2000. The Ambivalence of the Sacred: Religion, Violence, and Reconciliation. London: Rowman & Littlefield. Blake, Kenneth R. 2000. “A Fifteen-Year Census of Gender and Journal Productivity.” Journalism and Mass Communication Educator 55 (1): 4-13. Botsch, Carol S. and Robert E. Botsch. 2001. “Audiences and Outcomes in Online and Traditional American Government Classes: a Comparative Two-year Case Study.” PS, Political Science & Politics 34 (1): 135-41. Bryant, Alyssa N. 2003. “Changes in Attitudes toward Women's Roles: Predicting Gender-role.” Sex Roles. 48 (3-4)): 131-142. Chen Shengluo. 2003 a. “Russia in the Eyes of China's College Students.”Chinese Education and Society 36 (6): 32-9. ____________ 2003 b. “Two Americas: How Chinese College Students View the United States.” Chinese Education and Society 36 (6): 7-31. Chidester, David. 1988. Patterns of Power: Religion & Politics in American Culture. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall. Commeyras, Michelle and Bontshetse Mazile. 2001. “Imagine Life in another Country on another Continent: Teaching in the Age of Globalization.” The Social Studies 92 (5): 198-204. Dey, Eric L. 1996. “Undergraduate Political Attitudes: An Examination of Peer,Faculty, and Social Influences.” Research in Higher Education 37 (5): 535-54. Ellis, William E. 1998. “New Zealand Perceptions of America: the Teaching of American History/American Studies in New Zealand Universities.” The Social Science Journal. 35 (2): 245-51. Englehart, Ronald, Miguel Basanez, and Alejandro Moreno. 1998. Human Values and Beliefs: A Cross-Cultural Sourcebook. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press. Foster, J.D. and B. LaForce. 1999. “A Longitudinal Study of Moral, Religious, and Identity Development in a Christian Liberal Arts Environment.” Journal of Psychology and Theology 27 (1): 52-68. Fowler, Vivia Lawton. 1995. The Effect of Religious Studies Courses on Religious Attitudes of College Students. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences. 56 (3-A): 0867.

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Appleby, R. Scott. 2000. The Ambivalence of the Sacred: Religion, Violence, and
Reconciliation.
London: Rowman & Littlefield.
Blake, Kenneth R. 2000. “A Fifteen-Year Census of Gender and Journal Productivity.”
Journalism and Mass Communication Educator 55 (1): 4-13.
Botsch, Carol S. and Robert E. Botsch. 2001. “Audiences and Outcomes in Online and
Traditional American Government Classes: a Comparative Two-year Case Study.” PS,
Political Science & Politics 34 (1): 135-41.
Bryant, Alyssa N. 2003. “Changes in Attitudes toward Women's Roles: Predicting
Gender-role.” Sex Roles. 48 (3-4)): 131-142.
Chen Shengluo. 2003 a. “Russia in the Eyes of China's College Students.”
Chinese Education and Society 36 (6): 32-9.
____________ 2003 b. “Two Americas: How Chinese College Students View the United
States.” Chinese Education and Society 36 (6): 7-31.
Chidester, David. 1988. Patterns of Power: Religion & Politics in American Culture.
Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Commeyras, Michelle and Bontshetse Mazile. 2001. “Imagine Life in another Country on
another Continent: Teaching in the Age of Globalization.” The Social Studies 92 (5):
198-204.
Dey, Eric L. 1996. “Undergraduate Political Attitudes: An Examination of Peer,
Faculty, and Social Influences.” Research in Higher Education 37 (5): 535-54.
Ellis, William E. 1998. “New Zealand Perceptions of America: the Teaching of American
History/American Studies in New Zealand Universities.” The Social Science Journal. 35
(2): 245-51.
Englehart, Ronald, Miguel Basanez, and Alejandro Moreno. 1998. Human Values and
Beliefs: A Cross-Cultural Sourcebook. Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press.
Foster, J.D. and B. LaForce. 1999. “A Longitudinal Study of Moral, Religious, and
Identity Development in a Christian Liberal Arts Environment.” Journal of Psychology
and Theology
27 (1): 52-68.
Fowler, Vivia Lawton. 1995. The Effect of Religious Studies Courses on Religious
Attitudes of College Students
. Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities
and Social Sciences. 56 (3-A): 0867.


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