Bibliography: Democracy (page 562 of 596)

This annotated bibliography is compiled and customized by the Center for Positive Practices for the I'm with Tulsi website.  Some of the authors featured on this page include Daniel W. Tuttle, Pippa Norris, American Educator: The Professional Journal of the American Federation of Teachers, Jose Luis Garcia Garrido, Allan Bloom, Miquel Siguan, Wendy Ranade, and A. Guy Larkins.

Tuttle, Daniel W., Jr. (1983). Quo Vadis? Hawaii's Capacity to Govern, Educational Perspectives. Assesses a democratic society's ability to govern by focusing on three areas: (1) individual philosophical and/or religious beliefs and how they interweave with governance; (2) the making of basic public policy in constituent assemblies; and (3) the conversion of understandings into laws that reflect thoughtful programs and changing times. Descriptors: Democracy, Elementary Secondary Education, Governance, Higher Education

Siguan, Miquel (1984). Language and Education in Catalonia, Prospects: Quarterly Review of Education. The political changes which have occurred in Spain, e.g., the introduction of a democratic system of government, have made it possible for Catalonia to re-establish the official use of its language–Catalan–and to use this language in education. This process of change and educational practices today are discussed. Descriptors: Bilingual Education, Comparative Education, Democracy, Educational Change

American Educator: The Professional Journal of the American Federation of Teachers (1983). The Propaganda War. Teachers must not provide a platform for any student or outside speaker to ventilate racist, anti-Semitic, or totalitarian sentiments. In the classroom, democratic values should be obvious from the outset. Toward this end, a curriculum entitled "Extremist Groups" has been developed by the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Descriptors: Anti Semitism, Classroom Environment, Curriculum, Democracy

Ranade, Wendy; Norris, Pippa (1984). Democratic Consensus and the Young: A Cross-National Comparison of Britain and America, Youth and Society. One hundred ninety-nine American and 204 British university students were surveyed. They shared similar, strongly positive attitudes towards democratic "rules of the game," such as free speech, the role of law, and equality. But Americans showed a greater trust of government and a stronger sense of being able to affect the political process. Descriptors: College Students, Comparative Analysis, Democracy, Democratic Values

Garrido, Jose Luis Garcia (1983). Education in the Spain of Autonomous Regions, Comparative Education. Describes change in education in Spain since the break with socialism in terms of new structural bases, democratic center's decentralization policy, and socialist government's educational program. Descriptors: Change, Comparative Education, Cultural Pluralism, Decentralization

Larkins, A. Guy (1983). The Fluke Press: Values Analysis for Intermediate Grades, Georgia Social Science Journal. Two true stories and a satirical poem dealing with conflict between respect for authority and freedom of speech are used as examples for classroom discussion about citizen responsibility. Descriptors: Citizenship Education, Civil Rights, Democracy, Freedom of Speech

Bloom, Allan (1983). Our Listless Universities, Change. Students in the best universities do not believe in anything, and those universities are doing nothing about it. The great questions–God, freedom, and immortality–hardly touch the young. The universities have no vision, no view of what a human being must know in order to be considered educated. Descriptors: Beliefs, Books, College Students, Democracy

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