Movies to the Rescue: Keeping the Cold War Relevant for Twenty-First-Century Students

@article{Gokcek2013MoviesTT,
  title={Movies to the Rescue: Keeping the Cold War Relevant for Twenty-First-Century Students},
  author={Gigi Gokcek and A. Howard},
  journal={Journal of Political Science Education},
  year={2013},
  volume={9},
  pages={436 - 452}
}
What are the challenges of teaching Cold War politics to the twenty-first-century student? How might the millennial generation be educated about the political science theories and concepts associated with this period in history? A college student today, who grew up in the post-Cold War era with the Internet, Facebook, Twitter, smart phones, laptops, and tablets, demonstrates a learning style that responds better to interaction and the use of multimedia in the classroom. What is an innovative… Expand
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