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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:  Langton, Kenneth P. 1967. “Peer Group and School and the Political Socialization Process.” The American Political Science Review. 61: 751-758. Langton, Kenneth and Jennings, M. 1968. “Political socialization and the high school Civics curriculum in the United States.” American Political Science Review 62:852-867. Lee, Valerie E., Marks, Helen, M., and Bryd, Tina. 1994. “Sexism in Single-Sex and Coeducational Independent Secondary Classrooms.” Sociology of Education 67: 92-120. Lee, Valerie E. and Byrk, Anthony S. 1986. “Effects of Single-Sex Secondary Schools on Student Achievement and Attitudes.” Journal of Educational Psychology. 78: 381-395. Lee, Valerie and Lockheed, M. 1990. “The Effects of Single-Sex Schooling on Achievement and Attitudes in Nigeria.” Comparative Education Review. 34:209-31. Lupia, Arthur, Levine, Adam Seth, Menning, Jesse O. and Sin, Gisela. 2007. “Were Bush Tax Cut Supporters ‘Simply Ignorant? A Second Look at Conservatives and Liberals in ‘Homer Gets a Tax Cut.’” Perspectives on Politics 5: 773-784. Luskin, Robert. 1990. “Explaining Political Sophistication.” Political Behavior 12: 331-61. McFarland, Daniel A. and Thomas, Reuben J. 2006. “Bowling Young: How Youth Voluntary Associations Influence Adult Political Participation.” American Sociological Review. 71: 401-425 Merelman, Richard M. 1971. “The Development of Policy Thinking in Adolescents.” The American Political Science Review. 65: 1033-1047. Miller, Melissa K. and Orr, Shannon. 2006 “Don’t Know, Don’t Care: Political Knowledge Tests and the Don’t Know Option.” Paper presented at 2006 Midwest Political Science Association meeting. Chicago. Mondak, Jeffery J. 2000. “Reconsidering the Measurement of Political Knowledge.” Political Analysis. 8: 57-82. Mondak, Jeffery J. and Anderson, Mary R. 2004. “The Knowledge Gap: A Reexamination of Gender-Based Differences in Political Knowledge.” The Journal of Politics. 66:492-512. Neumann, W. Russell. 1986. The Paradox of Mass Politics: Knowledge and Opinion in The American Electorate. Cambridge: Harvard University Press. 23

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Langton, Kenneth P. 1967. “Peer Group and School and the Political Socialization
Process.” The American Political Science Review. 61: 751-758.
Langton, Kenneth and Jennings, M. 1968. “Political socialization and the high school
Civics curriculum in the United States.” American Political Science Review
62:852-867.
Lee, Valerie E., Marks, Helen, M., and Bryd, Tina. 1994. “Sexism in Single-Sex and
Coeducational Independent Secondary Classrooms.” Sociology of Education 67:
92-120.
Lee, Valerie E. and Byrk, Anthony S. 1986. “Effects of Single-Sex Secondary Schools on
Student Achievement and Attitudes.” Journal of Educational Psychology. 78:
381-395.
Lee, Valerie and Lockheed, M. 1990. “The Effects of Single-Sex Schooling on
Achievement and Attitudes in Nigeria.” Comparative Education Review.
34:209-31.
Lupia, Arthur, Levine, Adam Seth, Menning, Jesse O. and Sin, Gisela. 2007. “Were Bush
Tax Cut Supporters ‘Simply Ignorant? A Second Look at Conservatives and
Liberals in ‘Homer Gets a Tax Cut.’” Perspectives on Politics 5: 773-784.
Luskin, Robert. 1990. “Explaining Political Sophistication.” Political Behavior 12:
331-61.
McFarland, Daniel A. and Thomas, Reuben J. 2006. “Bowling Young: How Youth
Voluntary Associations Influence Adult Political Participation.” American
Sociological Review.
71: 401-425
Merelman, Richard M. 1971. “The Development of Policy Thinking in Adolescents.”
The American Political Science Review. 65: 1033-1047.
Miller, Melissa K. and Orr, Shannon. 2006 “Don’t Know, Don’t Care: Political
Knowledge Tests and the Don’t Know Option.” Paper presented at 2006 Midwest
Political Science Association meeting. Chicago.
Mondak, Jeffery J. 2000. “Reconsidering the Measurement of Political Knowledge.”
Political Analysis. 8: 57-82.
Mondak, Jeffery J. and Anderson, Mary R. 2004. “The Knowledge Gap: A
Reexamination of Gender-Based Differences in Political Knowledge.” The
Journal of Politics.
66:492-512.
Neumann, W. Russell. 1986. The Paradox of Mass Politics: Knowledge and Opinion in
The American Electorate. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
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