Bibliography: Democracy (page 580 of 596)

This annotated bibliography is compiled and customized by the Center for Positive Practices for the I'm with Tulsi website.  Some of the authors featured on this page include Judy Norris, Cesare Poloni, Don Davies, H. J. de Blij, Marshall S. Smith, Kermit L. Hall, Victor Zibberman, Lillian Lodge Kopenhaver, Jackie C. Shane, and Donald R. Andersen.

Hall, Kermit L. (1995). Dignity, Honor, and Civility: "New York Times v. Sullivan.", OAH Magazine of History. Maintains that "New York Times v. Sullivan" (1964) was the greatest political libel case ever decided by the Supreme Court. Asserts that it is a monument to the idea that open political discourse is the best guarantee of democratic self-governance. Descriptors: Civil Liberties, Civil Rights, Constitutional History, Constitutional Law

Veraldi, Lorna (1995). Academic Freedom and Sexual Harassment, Contemporary Education. A discussion of sexual harassment on American college campuses focuses on the case of Silva v. University of New Hampshire. The article examines the university's responsibility to protect students from sexual harassment while at the same time protecting freedom of expression. Various examples are presented in an attempt to define sexual harassment. Descriptors: Academic Freedom, Civil Rights, College Faculty, College Students

Click, J. William (1995). Educating for the First Amendment, Contemporary Education. This paper stresses the importance of researching, teaching, discussing, practicing, and understanding the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. The paper also examines what the First Amendment means to students in America's schools and colleges and discusses freedom of expression and censorship for students and student publications. Descriptors: Academic Freedom, Censorship, Civil Rights, Democracy

Stempel, Guido H., III (1995). Living the First Amendment, Contemporary Education. Research shows that the American public is not fully aware of the meaning of the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States. The article discusses what schools can do to make students more aware of the First Amendment, including allowing student newspapers to be uncensored by administrators and allowing student councils to really work. Descriptors: Academic Freedom, Censorship, Civil Rights, Democracy

Rubin, Barry (1994). How School Materials Teach about the Middle East, American Educator. Examines ways the Middle East is presented in American high school textbooks, focusing on seven texts. The books are good introductions to culture, geography, and early history, but they do a poor job on contemporary issues, providing a poor foundation for the study of current events in the Middle East. Descriptors: Cultural Awareness, Current Events, Democracy, Geography

Norris, Judy (1994). The American Bill of Rights. Student Handout, Update on Law-Related Education. Presents the Bill of Rights of the United States Constitution. Provides teaching suggestions, a review quiz, and includes the five points of the Miranda Warning. Descriptors: Civil Liberties, Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law

de Blij, H. J. (1991). Africa's Geomosaic under Stress, Journal of Geography. Traces the transformation of Subsaharan Africa during the last 35 years. Contends that the domino effect hastened decolonization and increased polarization within South Africa. Argues that modernization is taking place only in South Africa's core and that the geopolitical framework appears stable but may collapse from within. Descriptors: African History, African Studies, Apartheid, Colonialism

Smith, Marshall S.; Scoll, Brett W. (1995). The Clinton Human Capital Agenda, Teachers College Record. President Clinton's human capital agenda emphasizes efforts to ensure the future strength of the United States economy by investing in education and training citizens. The paper describes the agenda and the legislation it shaped, focusing on K-12 reforms and the changing federal role in education. Descriptors: Democracy, Educational Change, Educational Planning, Educational Policy

Kopenhaver, Lillian Lodge (1995). Censorship becomes Way of Life for High School Journalists, Contemporary Education. Censorship has become routine for many student media operations at high schools nationwide, with First Amendment rights of student editors and staff members violated daily. After a brief history of American freedom of the press and censorship, the paper discusses responsibilities of administrators and advisors to student free expression. Descriptors: Academic Freedom, Administrator Role, Censorship, Civil Rights

Shane, Jackie C. (1994). Rural Ties to Computer Networks: A Sociological Overview, Proceedings of the ASIS Mid-Year Meeting. Discusses using the Internet as a tool for delivering information to rural areas and the possible benefits, such as telecommuting, effective dissemination of medical information, and the promotion of grass-roots activism. The means rural residents use to connect to the Internet and their use of bulletin board systems are described. (nine references) Descriptors: Access to Information, Activism, Citizen Participation, Computer Networks

Payne, Ann (1994). Is There a Heartbeat? Democratic Education and Maxine Greene's "Dialectic of Freedom.", Hands On. A Foxfire teacher confronts her skepticism of education before interviewing Maxine Greene, author of the book, "The Dialectic of Freedom." Greene, who is optimistic about education and its role in promoting personal freedom, discusses schools in a changing society, educational reform, critical thinking, the importance of the arts in education, and democratic education. Descriptors: Change Strategies, Democracy, Democratic Values, Educational Change

Zibberman, Victor; Andersen, Donald R. (1994). Breakup of the Soviet State and Disintegration of the Renowned Sport System. The Future of Athletics in the Commonwealth of Independent States, Journal of the International Council for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, Sport, and Dance. Two articles examine athletics in the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). The first discusses the disintegration of the Soviet sport system following the Soviet Union's breakup. The second examines the future of CIS athletics which, it is claimed, may never again reach the stature achieved by the Soviet Union. Descriptors: Athletic Coaches, Athletics, Democracy, Economic Impact

Braman, Sandra (1994). The Autopoietic State: Communication and Democratic Potential in the Net, Journal of the American Society for Information Science. Discussion of the impact of the use of information technology on democratic potential highlights the concept of the autopoietic state as a basis for determining appropriate communication policy principles in a network environment. Topics addressed include the relationship between information and power; systems theory; chaos theory; and the nation-state. (Contains 42 references.) Descriptors: Chaos Theory, Communications, Computer Networks, Cybernetics

Poloni, Cesare; Flechsenhar, Ullrich H. (1990). Finding the Answers: A Look at Central and Eastern Europe. [and] Setting Up Special Services: The Trade Union Approach, Labour Education. Poloni reviews implications for unions of recent economic, social, technological, and political changes in Central and Eastern Europe. Flechsenhar states that unions play a role in the development and restructuring of developing countries by providing special services to meet the economic and social needs of their members. Descriptors: Civil Rights, Democracy, Developing Nations, Economic Development

Davies, Don (1996). Partnerships for Student Success, New Schools, New Communities. Five years of research on collaborative practices have led the Center on Families, Communities, Schools, and Children's Learning to formulate 10 policy recommendations for a comprehensive program of school, family, and community partnerships to improve the academic achievement and social success of all students. Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Community Involvement, Cooperation, Democracy

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