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Fall Into the (Knowledge) Gap: An Examination of the Political Knowledge of Adolescents in Co-Educational and Single Sex Environments
Unformatted Document Text:  Garand, James, Emily Guynan and Monique Fournet. 2004. “The Gender Gap and Political Knowledge: Men and Women in National and State Politics.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans, LA. Garcia, D. M. (1998). Single-sex vs. Coeducational public schooling for girls: A high school comparison study. Dissertation Abstracts International, 59(07), 2434A. (UMI No. 9839064). Glanville, Jennifer L. 1999. “Political Socialization or Selection? Adolescent Extracurricular Participation and Political Activity in Early Adulthood.” Social Science Quarterly. 80:279. Hall, R.M. And Sandler, B.R. 1982. The Classroom Climate: A Chilly One for Women. Washington D.C.: Association of American Colleges. Hanks, Michael. 1981. “Youth, Voluntary Associations and Political Socialization.” Social Forces. 60: 211-223. Hanks, Michael and Bruce Eckland. 1978. “Adult Associations and Political Socialization.” Social Forces. 60:211-223. Hess, Robert D. and Tourney, Judith V. 1967. The Development of Political Attitudes in Children. Chicago: Aldine. Iyengar, Shanto. 1986. “Whither Political Information.” Report to the Board of Overseers and Pilot Study Committee. National Election Studies. Jaros, Dean, Hirsch, Herbert and Fleron, Frederick J. 1968. “The Malevolent Leader: Political Socialization in an American Subculture.” American Political Science Review. 62: 564-575 Jencks, C. 1985. “How Much Do High School Students Learn? Sociology of Education. 58:128-135. Kaminer, Wendy. 1998. “The Trouble with Single-Sex Schools,” The Atlantic. (April). http://www.theatlantic.com/doc/199804/single-sex . Kathleen, L. (1995). “Position Power Versus Gender Power: Who Holds the Floor?” in Gender Power, Leadership and Governance. G. Duerst-Lahti and R.M. Kelly, eds Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. Lambert Ronald D., Curtis, James E., Kay Barry J, and Brown. Steven D. 1988. “The Social Sources of Political Knowledge,” Canadian Journal of Political Science / Revue canadienne de science politique, Vol. 21, No. 2. (June): 359-374. 22

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Garand, James, Emily Guynan and Monique Fournet. 2004. “The Gender Gap and
Political Knowledge: Men and Women in National and State Politics.” Paper
presented at the annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association,
New Orleans, LA.
Garcia, D. M. (1998). Single-sex vs. Coeducational public schooling for girls: A high
school comparison study. Dissertation Abstracts International, 59(07), 2434A.
(UMI No. 9839064).
Glanville, Jennifer L. 1999. “Political Socialization or Selection? Adolescent
Extracurricular Participation and Political Activity in Early Adulthood.” Social
Science Quarterly.
80:279.
Hall, R.M. And Sandler, B.R. 1982. The Classroom Climate: A Chilly One for Women.
Washington D.C.: Association of American Colleges.
Hanks, Michael. 1981. “Youth, Voluntary Associations and Political Socialization.”
Social Forces. 60: 211-223.
Hanks, Michael and Bruce Eckland. 1978. “Adult Associations and Political
Socialization.” Social Forces. 60:211-223.
Hess, Robert D. and Tourney, Judith V. 1967. The Development of Political Attitudes in
Children. Chicago: Aldine.
Iyengar, Shanto. 1986. “Whither Political Information.” Report to the Board of
Overseers and Pilot Study Committee. National Election Studies.
Jaros, Dean, Hirsch, Herbert and Fleron, Frederick J. 1968. “The Malevolent Leader:
Political Socialization in an American Subculture.” American Political Science
Review.
62: 564-575
Jencks, C. 1985. “How Much Do High School Students Learn? Sociology of Education.
58:128-135.
Kaminer, Wendy. 1998. “The Trouble with Single-Sex Schools,” The Atlantic. (April).
Kathleen, L. (1995). “Position Power Versus Gender Power: Who Holds the Floor?” in
Gender Power, Leadership and Governance. G. Duerst-Lahti and R.M. Kelly, eds
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Lambert Ronald D., Curtis, James E., Kay Barry J, and Brown. Steven D. 1988. “The
Social Sources of Political Knowledge,” Canadian Journal of Political
Science / Revue canadienne de science politique, Vol. 21, No. 2. (June): 359-374.
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