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Journal of Political Science Education

May 2005 Volume 1, Number 2

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Number of articles: 2

  1. A New Honesty for a New Game: Distinguishing Cheating from Learning in a Web-Based Testing Environment

    Charles C. Turner

    Rapid growth in the use of internet-based instructional technology (IT) necessitates greater attention to the pedagogical implications of this transition. Though much of the literature on the uses ... More

    pp. 163-174

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  2. Teaching and Learning Empathy: An Interactive, Online Diplomatic Simulation of Middle East Conflict

    William James Stover

    What pass for the study of international relations is often more an examination of foreign affairs, transnational interaction from ethnocentric perspectives. Many analysts accept the assumptions... More

    pp. 207-219

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