Connecting Political Discussion to Civic Engagement: The Role of Civic Knowledge, Efficacy and Context for Adolescents

@inproceedings{Richardson2003ConnectingPD,
  title={Connecting Political Discussion to Civic Engagement: The Role of Civic Knowledge, Efficacy and Context for Adolescents},
  author={Wendy Klandl Richardson},
  year={2003}
}
Title of dissertation: CONNECTING POLITICAL DISCUSSION TO CIVIC ENGAGEMENT: THE ROLE OF CIVIC KNOWLEDGE, EFFICACY AND CONTEXT FOR ADOLESCENTS Wendy Klandl Richardson, Doctor of Philosophy, 2003 Dissertation directed by: Professor Judith Torney-Purta Department of Human Development The relationship between participating in political discussion and civic engagement was examined using survey data collected for the IEA Civic Education Study from a large, nationally representative sample of… CONTINUE READING

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