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Call for Reflections on Sexual Harassment, Misconduct, or Assault in the Field of Political Science

The Journal of Political Science Education is soliciting papers for its peer reviewed Reflections Section (1000-2000 words) focusing on sexual harassment, misconduct, or assault in the field of political science.  In light of the ongoing national discussion […]

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Transforming Bloom’s Taxonomy into Classroom Practice

Transforming Bloom’s Taxonomy into Classroom Practice: A Practical Yet Comprehensive Approach to Promote Critical Reading and Student Participation By Daniel M. Mulcare, Salem State University and Allan Schwedel, Salem State University This article presents the Critical […]

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Bridge Over the River Qua: Using Simulations to Span the Divide Between Prelaw and Political Science Students

Bridge Over the River Qua: Using Simulations to Span the Divide Between Prelaw and Political Science Students By Matthew Woessner, Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg, Kathleen H. Winters, University of St. Thomas, and Kyle C. Kopko, […]

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Review of Sexual Minorities and Politics: An Introduction

Review of Sexual Minorities and Politics: An Introduction By Kevin G. Lorentz II, Wayne State University Increasingly referred to as the “new Civil Rights Movement,” the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community’s social and political […]