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Reacting to the Past: Extended Simulations and the Learning Experience in Political Science
Unformatted Document Text:  Bibliography Anderson, Christopher. 2006. “Political Theory Simulations? Using Reacting to the Past to Ex- plore the History of Political Thought.” Presented at the annual APSA Teaching and Learning Conference, Renaissance Hotel. Washington D.C. Blalock, Hubert. 1970. Social Statistics. New York: McGraw-Hill. Carnes, Mark C. and Gary Kates. 2005. Rousseau, Burke, and the Revolution in France, 1791. New York: Longman. Dougherty, Beth K. 2003. “Byzantine Politics: Using Simulations to Make Sense of the Middle East.” PS: Political Science and Politics 36 (April): 239 - 44. Embree, Ainslee and Mark C. Carnes. 2005. Defining a Nation: India on the Eve of Independ- ence, 1945. New York: Longman. Franke, Volker. 2006. “The Meyerhoff Incident: Simulating Bioterrorism in a National Security Class.” PS: Political Science and Politics 39 (January): 153 - 56. Galatas, Steven E. 2006. “A Simulation of the Council of the European Union: Assessment of the Impact on Student Learning.” PS: Political Science and Politics 39 (January): 147 - 151. Institute of Politics. 2007. “12th Biannual Youth Survey on Politics and Public Service.” http://www.iop.harvard.edu/pdfs/survey_s2007_topline.pdf. (14 June 2007). Keay, John. 2000. India: A History. New York: Grove. Lean, Jonathon, Jonathon Moizer, Michael Towler, and Caroline Abbey. 2006. “Simulations and Games: Uses and Barriers in Higher Education.” Active Learning in Higher Education 7: 227 - 42. 17

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Bibliography
Anderson, Christopher. 2006. “Political Theory Simulations? Using Reacting to the Past to Ex-
plore the History of Political Thought.” Presented at the annual APSA Teaching and Learning
Conference, Renaissance Hotel. Washington D.C.
Blalock, Hubert. 1970. Social Statistics. New York: McGraw-Hill.
Carnes, Mark C. and Gary Kates. 2005. Rousseau, Burke, and the Revolution in France, 1791.
New York: Longman.
Dougherty, Beth K. 2003. “Byzantine Politics: Using Simulations to Make Sense of the Middle
East.” PS: Political Science and Politics 36 (April): 239 - 44.
Embree, Ainslee and Mark C. Carnes. 2005. Defining a Nation: India on the Eve of Independ-
ence, 1945. New York: Longman.
Franke, Volker. 2006. “The Meyerhoff Incident: Simulating Bioterrorism in a National Security
Class.” PS: Political Science and Politics 39 (January): 153 - 56.
Galatas, Steven E. 2006. “A Simulation of the Council of the European Union: Assessment of the
Impact on Student Learning.” PS: Political Science and Politics 39 (January): 147 - 151.
Institute of Politics. 2007. “12th Biannual Youth Survey on Politics and Public Service.”
Keay, John. 2000. India: A History. New York: Grove.
Lean, Jonathon, Jonathon Moizer, Michael Towler, and Caroline Abbey. 2006. “Simulations and
Games: Uses and Barriers in Higher Education.” Active Learning in Higher Education 7: 227 -
42.
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