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VOL. 56, NO. 1
Special Issue: Comparative Practices in Democratic Citizenship
Special Issue Reviewers
For the Record
by Christopher H. Tienken, Academic Editor
Global Citizenship 1-2-3: Learn, Think, and Act
by S. Michael Putman and Erik J. Byker
Preparing Democratic Leaders Within a Middle Eastern Context
by Adam Howard and Claire Maxwell
Democratic Citizenship: The Case of Indonesia and Singapore
by Jia Ying Neoh and Ahmah Saifulloh
Democratic Education: What Would Dewey Say?
by Christopher H. Tienken
Can Education Transform the World?
by Joel Westheimer
In My View
Infusing Language Learning Into Citizenship Education in Italy
by Andrea Rega
Fostering Democratic Citizenship Through Discussion Pedagogy
by Christopher T. Dague and Janelle K. Abela
Teaching When the World Is on Fire
Reviewed by Jason D. DeHart
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