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Human rights: An interdisciplinary approach
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Service-Learning and Political Knowledge
Abstract Its proponents argue that the important cognitive effect of service-learning is increasing political knowledge. In this article, I enumerate additional skills of political thinking relevantExpand
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The Theater of Politics: Hannah Arendt, Political Science, and Higher Education
Chapter 1 Acknowledgements Chapter 2 Introduction Chapter 3 Acting in Politics Chapter 4 The Theater of Politics and the Space of Appearance Chapter 5 A Mode of Being Alone: Reporting Truth inExpand
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Social Citizenship and Its Fetters
  • E. Gorham
  • Political Science
  • Polity
  • 1 September 1995
Some liberal theorists in Great Britain and the United States have followed T. H. Marshall in defending welfare state practices with a rhetoric of social citizenship. They argue that social rightsExpand
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The ambiguous practices of the Civilian Conservation Corps
The history of all hitherto existing interpretations of the New Deal is the history of classroom struggle. Pluralist and Marxist, class analyst and statist, historian and social theorist stand inExpand
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A Vindication of Political Virtue: The Political Theory of Mary Wollstonecraft (review)
Philosophy; in its metaphysical depth it is comparable to DieterJ~ihnig's study of the 1799 System of Transcendental Idealism, which also pursues the thematic of art.~ Barth follows the generalExpand
Interns' Attitudes Towards Brief Therapy