Social Science Perspectives on Citizenship Education
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This anthology examines the role and current conditions of citizenship in the United States' society. The compilation of essays by eminent social scientists and educators explore the concept of citizenship from various disciplinary perspectives: educational (Thomas L. Dynneson and Richard E. Gross); political (Robert B. Woyach); historical (Kerry J. Kennedy); economic (Ronald A. Banaszak); geographical (Nicholas Melburn); cultural (Philip Wexler, Raymond R. Grosshans, Qiao Hong Zhang, and Byoung-Uk Kim); social psychological (Allan Brandhorst); anthropological (John M. Chilcott); philosophical (H. Michael Hartoonian); and international (Andrew F. Smith). (RJC)
Teachers College Press
Anthropology, Citizenship Education, Civics, Economics, Geography, Higher Education, History, International Education, Philosophy, Political Science, Psychology, Social Sciences, Social Studies
Anthropology | Economics | Political Science | Psychology | Social and Behavioral Sciences
Gross, Richard E. and Dynneson, Thomas L., "Social Science Perspectives on Citizenship Education" (1991). UTPB Authors' Works. 17.