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Beyond Model UN: Simulating Multilevel, Multiactor Diplomacy with the Millennium Development Goals
Unformatted Document Text:  Crossley-Frolick Shaw, C. (2004) “Using Role-Play Scenarios in the IR Classroom: An Examination of Exercises on Peacekeeping Operations and Foreign Policy Decision Making.” International Studies Perspectives 5: 1-22. Smith, E. and M. Boyer (1996) “Designing In-Class Simulations.” PS: Political Science and Politics 29(4): 690-694. Smythe, J. (2002) “When Simulations Do Not Go as Planned.” Simulation and Gaming 33(4): 473-476. Steinwachs, B. (1992) “How to Facilitate a Debriefing.” Simulation and Gaming 23(2): 86-196. Torney-Purta, J. (1998) “Evaluating Programs Designed to Teach International Content and Negotiation Skills.” International Negotiations 3: 77-97. Winham, G. (2002) “Simulation for Teaching and Analysis.” In International Negotiation: Analysis, Approaches, Issues, edited by Victor A. Kremenyuk. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. Zeff, E. (2003) “Negotiating in the European Council: A Model European Union Format for Individual Classes.” International Studies Perspectives 3: 265-275. 22

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Crossley-Frolick
Shaw, C. (2004) “Using Role-Play Scenarios in the IR Classroom: An
Examination of Exercises on Peacekeeping Operations and Foreign Policy
Decision Making.” International Studies Perspectives 5: 1-22.
Smith, E. and M. Boyer (1996) “Designing In-Class Simulations.” PS: Political
Science and Politics 29(4): 690-694.
Smythe, J. (2002) “When Simulations Do Not Go as Planned.” Simulation and
Gaming 33(4): 473-476.
Steinwachs, B. (1992) “How to Facilitate a Debriefing.” Simulation and Gaming
23(2): 86-196.
Torney-Purta, J. (1998) “Evaluating Programs Designed to Teach International
Content and Negotiation Skills.” International Negotiations 3: 77-97.
Winham, G. (2002) “Simulation for Teaching and Analysis.” In International
Negotiation: Analysis, Approaches, Issues, edited by Victor A. Kremenyuk.
San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Zeff, E. (2003) “Negotiating in the European Council: A Model European Union
Format for Individual Classes.” International Studies Perspectives 3:
265-275.
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