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Unformatted Document Text:  1 . I published an article about this course, its goals, and its role in advancing the goals of civic engagement, which can provide the reader with further details. 2 .This course is currently taught under the Independent Study title. Works ConsultedBattistoni, Richard M. 2000. “Service Learning in Political Science: An Introduction.” PS: Political Science and Politics 33 (September). Accessed online at www.aspanet.org. Battistoni, Richard M. and William E. Hudson. 1997. “Introduction.” In Experiencing Citizenship: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in the Classroom. Eds. Richard M. Battistoni and William E. Hudson. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education. Boyte, Harry C. And James Farr. 1997. “The Work of Citizenship and the Problem of Service- Learning.” In Experiencing Citizenship: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in the Classroom. Eds. Richard M. Battistoni and William E. Hudson. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education. Bringle, Robert G., Richard Games, and Edward A. Malloy. 1999. “Colleges and Universities as Citizens: Issues and Perspectives.” In Colleges and Universities as Citizens. Eds. Robert G. Bringle, Richard Games, and Edward A, Malloy. Boston: Allyn and Bacon. Colby, Anne, Thomas Ehrlich, Elizabeth Beaumont, and Jason Stephens. 2003. Educating Citizens: Preparing America’s Undergraduates for Lives of Moral and Civic Responsibility. San Francisco, Ca: Jossey-Bass. Delli Carpini, Michael X. And Scott Keeter. 2000. “What Should be Learned Through Service Learning?” PS: Political Science and Politics 33 (September). Accessed online at www.aspanet.org. Dicklitch, Susan. 2003. “Real Service = Real Learning: Making Political Science Relevant Through Service-Learning.” PS: Political Science and Politics, 36 (October): 773-776. Elshtain, Jean Bethke. 1997. “The Decline of Democratic Faith.” In Experiencing Citizenship: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in the Classroom. Eds. Richard M. Battistoni and William E. Hudson. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education. Fear, Frank A. And Lorilee Sandmann. 1995. “Unpacking the Service Category: Reconceptualizing Service for the 21 st Century.” Continuing Higher Education Review, 59 (Fall): 110-122. Gugerty, Catherine R. And Erin D. Swezey. 1996. “Developing Campus-Community Partnerships.” ” In Service-learning in Higher Education: Concepts and Practices. Eds. Barbara Jacoby and Associates. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. Hepburn, Mary A., Richard G. Niemi, and Chris Chapman. 2000. “Service Learning in College Political Science: Queries and Commentary.” PS: Political Science and Politics 33 (September). Accessed online at www.aspanet.org. Jacoby, Barbara. 1996. “Service-Learning In Today’s Higher Education.” In Service-learning in

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. I published an article about this course, its goals, and its role in advancing the goals of civic
engagement, which can provide the reader with further details.
2
.This course is currently taught under the Independent Study title.
Works Consulted
Battistoni, Richard M. 2000. “Service Learning in Political Science: An Introduction.” PS: Political
Science and Politics
33 (September). Accessed online at www.aspanet.org.
Battistoni, Richard M. and William E. Hudson. 1997. “Introduction.” In Experiencing Citizenship:
Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in the Classroom. Eds. Richard M. Battistoni and
William E. Hudson. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education.
Boyte, Harry C. And James Farr. 1997. “The Work of Citizenship and the Problem of Service-
Learning.” In Experiencing Citizenship: Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in the
Classroom
. Eds. Richard M. Battistoni and William E. Hudson. Washington, D.C.: American
Association for Higher Education.
Bringle, Robert G., Richard Games, and Edward A. Malloy. 1999. “Colleges and Universities as
Citizens: Issues and Perspectives.” In Colleges and Universities as Citizens. Eds. Robert G.
Bringle, Richard Games, and Edward A, Malloy. Boston: Allyn and Bacon.
Colby, Anne, Thomas Ehrlich, Elizabeth Beaumont, and Jason Stephens. 2003. Educating Citizens:
Preparing America’s Undergraduates for Lives of Moral and Civic Responsibility. San
Francisco, Ca: Jossey-Bass.
Delli Carpini, Michael X. And Scott Keeter. 2000. “What Should be Learned Through Service
Learning?” PS: Political Science and Politics 33 (September). Accessed online at
www.aspanet.org.
Dicklitch, Susan. 2003. “Real Service = Real Learning: Making Political Science Relevant Through
Service-Learning.PS: Political Science and Politics, 36 (October): 773-776.

Elshtain, Jean Bethke. 1997. “The Decline of Democratic Faith.” In Experiencing Citizenship:
Concepts and Models for Service-Learning in the Classroom. Eds. Richard M. Battistoni and
William E. Hudson. Washington, D.C.: American Association for Higher Education.
Fear, Frank A. And Lorilee Sandmann. 1995. “Unpacking the Service Category: Reconceptualizing
Service for the 21
st
Century.” Continuing Higher Education Review, 59 (Fall): 110-122.
Gugerty, Catherine R. And Erin D. Swezey. 1996. “Developing Campus-Community Partnerships.” ”
In Service-learning in Higher Education: Concepts and Practices. Eds. Barbara Jacoby and
Associates. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Hepburn, Mary A., Richard G. Niemi, and Chris Chapman. 2000. “Service Learning in College
Political Science: Queries and Commentary.” PS: Political Science and Politics 33
(September). Accessed online at www.aspanet.org.

Jacoby, Barbara. 1996. “Service-Learning In Today’s Higher Education.” In Service-learning in


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