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Political Participation Exercises as a Means to Teach Civic Skills, Engage Students and Recruit Majors
Unformatted Document Text:  BIBLIOGRAPHY American Political Science Association. Civic Education and Engagement section at http://www.apsanet.org/content_2461.cfm. The American Sociological Association. On Recruiting Good Students to Sociology at http://www.asanet.org/cs/root/leftnav/teaching_sociology/on_recruiting_good_students_into_sociology Ball, William J. April 2005. “From Community Engagement to Political Engagement.” PS: Political Science and Politics. 38 (2): 287-291. Battistoni, Richard M. September 2000. “Service Learning in Political Science: An Introduction.” PS: Political Science and Politics. 33 (3): 614-616. Fox Freyss, Siegrun. January 2006. “Learning Political Engagement from the Experts: Advocacy Groups, Neighborhood Councils, and Constituency Service.” PS: Political Science and Politics. 39 (1): 137-145. Hepburn, Mary A. Summer 1997. “Service Learning in Civic Education: A Concept with Long, Sturdy Roots.” Theory into Practice. 36 (3). Hepburn, Mary A, Richard G. Niemi, and Chris Chapman. September 2000. “Service Learning in College Political Science: Queries and Commentary.” PS: Political Science and Politics: 33 (3): 617-622. Hunter, Susan and Richard A. Brisbin. October 2003. “Civic Education and Political Science: A Survey of Practices. PS: Political Science and Politics. 36 (4): 759-763. Jefferies, Patrick Samuel. “The Effects of Community Service Experience, Student Attitudes, & Class Climate on the Level of Political Knowledge.” Paper presented at the 2007 APSA Teaching & Learning Conference. Niemi, Richard and Jane Junn. 1998. Civic Education: What Makes Students Learn. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. Nie, Norman and D. Sunshine Hillygus. 2001. “Education and Democratic Citizenship.” In Making Good Citizens, edited Diane Ravitch and Joseph P. Viteritti. New Haven: Yale University Press. Markus, Gregory B., Jeffrey P.F. Howard, and David C. King. Winter 2003. “Integrating Community Service and Classroom Instruction Enhances Learning: Results from an Experiment.” Education Evaluation and Policy Analysis. 15 (4): 410-419. Saltmarsh, John. Spring 2005. “The Civic Promise of Service Learning.” Liberal Education. 91 (2): 50. 22

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
American Political Science Association. Civic Education and Engagement section at
http://www.apsanet.org/content_2461.cfm.
The American Sociological Association. On Recruiting Good Students to Sociology at
http://www.asanet.org/cs/root/leftnav/teaching_sociology/on_recruiting_good_students_into_soc
iology
Ball, William J. April 2005. “From Community Engagement to Political Engagement.” PS:
Political Science and Politics
. 38 (2): 287-291.
Battistoni, Richard M. September 2000. “Service Learning in Political Science: An
Introduction.” PS: Political Science and Politics. 33 (3): 614-616.
Fox Freyss, Siegrun. January 2006. “Learning Political Engagement from the Experts:
Advocacy Groups, Neighborhood Councils, and Constituency Service.” PS: Political Science
and Politics
. 39 (1): 137-145.
Hepburn, Mary A. Summer 1997. “Service Learning in Civic Education: A Concept with Long,
Sturdy Roots.” Theory into Practice. 36 (3).
Hepburn, Mary A, Richard G. Niemi, and Chris Chapman. September 2000. “Service Learning
in College Political Science: Queries and Commentary.” PS: Political Science and Politics: 33
(3): 617-622.
Hunter, Susan and Richard A. Brisbin. October 2003. “Civic Education and Political Science: A
Survey of Practices. PS: Political Science and Politics. 36 (4): 759-763.
Jefferies, Patrick Samuel. “The Effects of Community Service Experience, Student Attitudes, &
Class Climate on the Level of Political Knowledge.” Paper presented at the 2007 APSA
Teaching & Learning Conference.
Niemi, Richard and Jane Junn. 1998. Civic Education: What Makes Students Learn. New
Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
Nie, Norman and D. Sunshine Hillygus. 2001. “Education and Democratic Citizenship.” In
Making Good Citizens, edited Diane Ravitch and Joseph P. Viteritti. New Haven: Yale
University Press.
Markus, Gregory B., Jeffrey P.F. Howard, and David C. King. Winter 2003. “Integrating
Community Service and Classroom Instruction Enhances Learning: Results from an
Experiment.” Education Evaluation and Policy Analysis. 15 (4): 410-419.
Saltmarsh, John. Spring 2005. “The Civic Promise of Service Learning.” Liberal Education.
91 (2): 50.
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