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The New in Loco Parentis
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Parenting Children with Attachment Disorders
Publisher Summary Parents of a Reactive Attachment Disordered (RAD) child often silently carry bruises where their child has inflicted pain on their bodies and their hearts, yet they still seekExpand
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The Institution As A Citizen: How Colleges and Universities Enhance Their Civic Roles
This paper is premised on the assumption that civic responsibility is the contemporary version of higher education's historical outreach mission. With that as an understanding, it considers how bestExpand
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Democracy by Design
Renewing US democracy will require an active and deliberative public, people who can work together to address pressing social and political problems. To engage effectively Americans need anExpand
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Why It Is Imperative To Strengthen American Democracy Through Study, Dialogue and Change In Higher Education
In July 2007, about 40 people – faculty from across disciplines, campus leaders, and civic leaders – gathered for several days at the University of New Hampshire to discuss the role of higherExpand
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Editors' Introduction: Special Issue on Higher Education
This issue of the Journal for Public Deliberation challenges colleges and universities to consider how their academic programs help strengthen American democracy. In this introduction, the editorsExpand
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Conceptualizing and Assessing Campus Climates for Political Learning and Engagement in Democracy
Abstract Educating for political engagement in democracy has become simultaneously more urgent and more challenging in the current, contentious, and highly polarized context. To improve studentExpand
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When The Medium Is The Message: Promoting Ethical Action Through Democratic Dialogue
for several hours each week, members of various constituencies—students, faculty, staff, institutional leaders, parents, community partners, and trustees—discussed pressing ethical and social issuesExpand
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Educating for deliberative democracy
EDITOR'S NOTES ( Nancy L. Thomas). 1. Teaching and Learning Civility (Peter Levine) Incivility can obstruct constructive public discourse and problem solving. Restoring civility is a task for higherExpand
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The Politics of Academic Freedom.
Institutional leaders, faculty, students, and the public need a better understanding of why academic freedom is essential to student learning and to a democracy characterized by open, reasoned, andExpand
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