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Information Technology and International Relations: Using On Line, Interactive Simulations to Transcend Time, Space, and Attitudes
Unformatted Document Text:  Lu Deping. 2003. “Japan in the Eyes of Beijing's University Students.” Chinese Education and Society 36 (6): 55-65. Lunsford, Dale L. 1998. “Exploring Students' Perceptions of the Web as an Information Source.” Journal of Educational Technology Systems 27 (4): 337-47. Milen, Jeffrey F. 1998. “Attitude Change in College Students: Examining the Effect of College Peer Groups and Faculty Normative Groups.” Journal of Higher Education 69 (2): 117-40. Priest, R.F. and J. Beach. 1998. “Value Changes in Four Cohorts at the US Military Academy.” Armed Forces & Society 25 (1):81-98. Robinson, D.T., Beverly Gibson, and J.P. Schwartz 2004. “Sorority and Fraternity Membership and Religious Behaviors: Relation to Gender Attitudes.” Sex Roles 50 (11-12): 871-877. Sabry, Khaled and Lynne Baldwin. 2003. “Web-based Learning Interaction and Learning Styles.”British Journal of Educational Technology 34 (4): 443-54. Scott, Thomas J. 1999. “Student Perceptions of the Developing World: Minimizing Stereotypes of the Other.” The Social Studies. 90 (6): 262-5. Sevelius, Jeanne M. and Jayne E. Stake. 2003. “The Effects of Prior Attitudes and Attitude Importance on Attitude Change and Class Impact in Women's and Gender Studies.” Journal of Applied Social Psychology 33 (11): 2341-2353. Smith, Glenn Gordon, David Ferguson, and Mieke Caris. 2001. “Teaching On-line Versus Face-to-Face.” Journal of Educational Technology Systems 30 (4): 337-64. Sodowsky, G. R., Kenneth Maguire, and Patricia Johnson. 1994. “World Views of White American, Mainland Chinese, Taiwanese, and African Students: an Investigation into Between-group Differences.” Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 25: 309-24. Stake, J.E. and F.L. Hoffmann. 2001. “Changes in Student Social Attitudes, Activism, and Personal Confidence in Higher Education: The Role of Women's Studies.” American Educational Research Journal 38 (2): 411-36. Stover, W. J. 2005. “A Dialog of Faith: Reflections on Middle East Conflict from Jewish, Muslim and Christian Perspectives.” Journal of Beliefs and Values 26 (1): 65-75. Ward, Melanie and David Newlands. David. 1998. “Use of the Web in Undergraduate Teaching.” Computers & Education 31(2): 171-84.

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Lu Deping. 2003. “Japan in the Eyes of Beijing's University Students.” Chinese
Education and Society
36 (6): 55-65.
Lunsford, Dale L. 1998. “Exploring Students' Perceptions of the Web as an Information
Source.” Journal of Educational Technology Systems 27 (4): 337-47.
Milen, Jeffrey F. 1998. “Attitude Change in College Students: Examining the Effect of
College Peer Groups and Faculty Normative Groups.” Journal of Higher Education 69
(2): 117-40.
Priest, R.F. and J. Beach. 1998. “Value Changes in Four Cohorts at the US Military
Academy.” Armed Forces & Society 25 (1):81-98.
Robinson, D.T., Beverly Gibson, and J.P. Schwartz 2004. “Sorority and Fraternity
Membership and Religious Behaviors: Relation to Gender Attitudes.” Sex Roles 50
(11-12): 871-877.
Sabry, Khaled and Lynne Baldwin. 2003. “Web-based Learning Interaction and Learning
Styles.”
British Journal of Educational Technology 34 (4): 443-54.
Scott, Thomas J. 1999. “Student Perceptions of the Developing World: Minimizing
Stereotypes of the Other.” The Social Studies. 90 (6): 262-5.
Sevelius, Jeanne M. and Jayne E. Stake. 2003. “The Effects of Prior Attitudes and
Attitude Importance on Attitude Change and Class Impact in Women's and Gender
Studies.” Journal of Applied Social Psychology 33 (11): 2341-2353.
Smith, Glenn Gordon, David Ferguson, and Mieke Caris. 2001. “Teaching On-line
Versus Face-to-Face.” Journal of Educational Technology Systems 30 (4): 337-64.
Sodowsky, G. R., Kenneth Maguire, and Patricia Johnson. 1994. “World Views of White
American, Mainland Chinese, Taiwanese, and African Students: an Investigation into
Between-group Differences.” Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 25: 309-24.
Stake, J.E. and F.L. Hoffmann. 2001. “Changes in Student Social Attitudes, Activism,
and Personal Confidence in Higher Education: The Role of Women's Studies.” American
Educational Research Journal
38 (2): 411-36.
Stover, W. J. 2005. “A Dialog of Faith: Reflections on Middle East Conflict from Jewish,
Muslim and Christian Perspectives.” Journal of Beliefs and Values 26 (1): 65-75.
Ward, Melanie and David Newlands. David. 1998. “Use of the Web in Undergraduate
Teaching.” Computers & Education 31(2): 171-84.


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