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The Game of Politics Simulation: An Exploratory Study
Unformatted Document Text:  References Coleman, James S. 1973. “The Hopkins Games Program: Conclusions from Seven Years of Research.” Educational Researcher 2: 3-7. Coleman, James S. 1978. “Information Processing and Experiential Processing: Two Modes of Learning.” Pp. 26-32 in The Handbook of Simulation Gaming in Social Education, Part 1: Textbook, edited by Ron Stadsklev, Tuscaloosa: Institute of Higher Education Research and Services, University of Alabama. Dorn, Dean S. 1989. “Simulation Games: One More Tool On The Pedagogical Shelf.” Teaching Sociology 17: 1-18. Greenblat, Cathy S. 1973. “Teaching with Simulation Games.” Teaching Sociology 1: 62-83. Jansiewicz, Donald M. 2007-2008. The Game of Politics Participant’s Manual. Baltimore, Md.: Self- Published. Walcott, Charles and Anne Walcott. 1976. Simple Simulations: A Guide to the Design and Use of Simulations/Games in Teaching Political Science. Washington, D.C.: American Political Science Association.

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References
Coleman, James S. 1973. “The Hopkins Games Program: Conclusions from Seven Years of Research.”
Educational Researcher 2: 3-7.
Coleman, James S. 1978. “Information Processing and Experiential Processing: Two Modes of
Learning.” Pp. 26-32 in The Handbook of Simulation Gaming in Social Education, Part 1:
Textbook, edited by Ron Stadsklev, Tuscaloosa: Institute of Higher Education Research and
Services, University of Alabama.
Dorn, Dean S. 1989. “Simulation Games: One More Tool On The Pedagogical Shelf.” Teaching
Sociology 17: 1-18.
Greenblat, Cathy S. 1973. “Teaching with Simulation Games.” Teaching Sociology 1: 62-83.
Jansiewicz, Donald M. 2007-2008. The Game of Politics Participant’s Manual. Baltimore, Md.: Self-
Published.
Walcott, Charles and Anne Walcott. 1976. Simple Simulations: A Guide to the Design and Use of
Simulations/Games in Teaching Political Science. Washington, D.C.: American Political Science
Association.


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