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Engaging the Unengaged: Using Visual Images to Enhance the 'Poli Sci 101' Experience of Non-majors
Unformatted Document Text:  Kleinman, E.B. and F.M. Dwyer. 1999. “Analysis of Computerized Visual Skills: Relationships to Intellectual Skills and Achievment.” International Journal of Instructional Media 26(1): 53-69. Kulik, J.A. & C.L.C. Kulik 1987. “Review of Recent Research Literature on Computer-Based Instruction.” Contemporary Educational Psychology 12:222-230. Lepper, M.R. and D. Green. 1978. “Overjustification Research and Beyond: Toward a Means-Ends Analysis of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation.” In Lepper, M.R. and D. Green (Eds), The Hidden Costs of Reward: New Perspectives on the Psychology of Human Motivation (pp. 109-148). Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. Levine, P. 2007. The Future of Democracy: Developing the Next Generation of American Citizens. Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England. Liu, D. and L. Beamer. 1997. “Multimedia as a Teaching Tool in Business Communication Course Delivery.” Business Communication Quarterly June: 51-66. Mann, S. 1999. “What the Survey of American College Freshmen Tells Us About Their Interest in Politics and Political Science.” PS: Political Science and Politics. Markus, G.B., J.P.F. Howard, and D.C. King. 1993. “Integrating Community Service into Classroom Instruction Enhances Learning: Results from an Experiment.” Educational Evaluation and Analysis 14(4): 410-419. Mattson, K. 2003. Engaging Youth: Combating the Apathy of Young Americans toward Politics. New York: The Century Foundation Press. Mayer, R.E. 1997. “Multimedia Learning: Are We Asking the Right Questions?” Educational Psychologist 32:1-19. Mayer, R.E., W. Bove, A. Bryman, R. Mars, and L. Tapangco. 1996. “When Less is More: Meaningful Learning from Visual and Verbal Summaries of Science Textbook Lessons.” Journal of Educational Psychology 88(1): 64-73. McCartney, A.R.M. 2006.“Making the World Real: Using a Civic Engagement Course to Bring Home Our Global Connections.” Journal of Political Science Education 2(1): 113-128. McConnel, C.R. and K. Sosin. 1984. “Some Determinants of Student Attitudes Toward Large Classes.” Journal of Economic Education 15:181-190. McDevitt, M. and S. Kiousis. 2006. “Experiments in Political Socialization: Kids Voting USA as a Model for Civic Education Reform.” CIRCLE Working Paper 49. McKay, E. 1999. “An Investigation of Text-based Instructional Materials Enhanced with Graphics.” Educational Psychology 19(3): 323-335. Neil, B.J. and K.R. Nelson. 1991. “Meta-Analysis of Interactive Video Instruction: A 10-year Review of Achievement Effects.” Journal of Computer-Based Instruction 18:1-6. Myatt, B. and D. Carter. 1979. “Picture Preferences of Children and Young Adults.” Educational Communication and Technology Journal 27(1): 45-53 Niemi, R. and J. Junn. 1998. Civic Education: What Makes Students Learn. New Haven: Yale University Press. Nowaczyk, R.H., L.T. Santos, and C. Patron. 1998. “Student Perception of Multimedia in the Undergraduate Classroom.” International Journal of Instructional Media 25(4): 367-382. Petty, L.C. and R.F. Rosen. 1990. “Increase in Mastery Levels Using a Computer-Based Tutorial/Simulation in Experimental Psychology.” Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers 28: 282-285. Prentice, M. 2007. “Service Learning and Civic Education.” Academic Questions. 20:135-145.

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Kleinman, E.B. and F.M. Dwyer. 1999. “Analysis of Computerized Visual Skills: Relationships to
Intellectual Skills and Achievment.” International Journal of Instructional Media 26(1): 53-69.
Kulik, J.A. & C.L.C. Kulik 1987. “Review of Recent Research Literature on Computer-Based
Instruction.” Contemporary Educational Psychology 12:222-230.
Lepper, M.R. and D. Green. 1978. “Overjustification Research and Beyond: Toward a Means-Ends
Analysis of Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation.” In Lepper, M.R. and D. Green (Eds), The Hidden
Costs of Reward: New Perspectives on the Psychology of Human Motivation
(pp. 109-148).
Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.
Levine, P. 2007. The Future of Democracy: Developing the Next Generation of American Citizens.
Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England.
Liu, D. and L. Beamer. 1997. “Multimedia as a Teaching Tool in Business Communication Course
Delivery.” Business Communication Quarterly June: 51-66.
Mann, S. 1999. “What the Survey of American College Freshmen Tells Us About Their Interest in
Politics and Political Science.” PS: Political Science and Politics.
Markus, G.B., J.P.F. Howard, and D.C. King. 1993. “Integrating Community Service into Classroom
Instruction Enhances Learning: Results from an Experiment.” Educational Evaluation and
Analysis
14(4): 410-419.
Mattson, K. 2003. Engaging Youth: Combating the Apathy of Young Americans toward Politics. New
York: The Century Foundation Press.
Mayer, R.E. 1997. “Multimedia Learning: Are We Asking the Right Questions?” Educational
Psychologist 32:1-19.
Mayer, R.E., W. Bove, A. Bryman, R. Mars, and L. Tapangco. 1996. “When Less is More: Meaningful
Learning from Visual and Verbal Summaries of Science Textbook Lessons.” Journal of
Educational Psychology
88(1): 64-73.
McCartney, A.R.M. 2006.“Making the World Real: Using a Civic Engagement Course to Bring Home
Our Global Connections.” Journal of Political Science Education 2(1): 113-128.
McConnel, C.R. and K. Sosin. 1984. “Some Determinants of Student Attitudes Toward Large Classes.”
Journal of Economic Education 15:181-190.
McDevitt, M. and S. Kiousis. 2006. “Experiments in Political Socialization: Kids Voting USA as a Model
for Civic Education Reform.” CIRCLE Working Paper 49.
McKay, E. 1999. “An Investigation of Text-based Instructional Materials Enhanced with Graphics.”
Educational Psychology 19(3): 323-335.
Neil, B.J. and K.R. Nelson. 1991. “Meta-Analysis of Interactive Video Instruction: A 10-year Review of
Achievement Effects.” Journal of Computer-Based Instruction 18:1-6.
Myatt, B. and D. Carter. 1979. “Picture Preferences of Children and Young Adults.” Educational
Communication and Technology Journal 27(1): 45-53
Niemi, R. and J. Junn. 1998. Civic Education: What Makes Students Learn. New Haven: Yale University
Press.
Nowaczyk, R.H., L.T. Santos, and C. Patron. 1998. “Student Perception of Multimedia in the
Undergraduate Classroom.” International Journal of Instructional Media 25(4): 367-382.
Petty, L.C. and R.F. Rosen. 1990. “Increase in Mastery Levels Using a Computer-Based
Tutorial/Simulation in Experimental Psychology.” Behavior Research Methods, Instruments &
Computers
28: 282-285.
Prentice, M. 2007. “Service Learning and Civic Education.” Academic Questions. 20:135-145.


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