Bibliography: Democracy (page 582 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 Seshi Chonco, Brent E. Heath, Carolyn Pereira, Fawn Wilderson, W. T. Jones, Frank Toler, Milfred C. Fierce, Kenneth N. Carstens, Maria Garza-Lubeck, and Karen J. Winkler.

Toler, Frank (1988). The President and the Constitution, Social Studies Review. Intended for ninth grade students, this ten day unit focuses on the constitutional powers of the President of the United States. Included are worksheets, vocabulary, writing assignments, tests, and quizzes. Descriptors: Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Democracy, Government (Administrative Body)

Merryfield, Merry M. (1987). South African Perspectives and U. S. Resources, Social Education. Presents the results of an interview which asked 15 South Africans what United States teachers should be teaching about South Africa. Correlates the eight major points made by the South Africans with the contents of the theme articles in this issue of SOCIAL EDUCATION. Includes a list of curriculum materials which covers the issues teachers should be addressing. Descriptors: African Culture, African History, Area Studies, Controversial Issues (Course Content)

Heath, Brent E. (1988). How Much Power Should a President Have? The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution, Social Studies Review. Provides a two-to-four period lesson plan designed to help students in grades 7 through 12 explore the power of the U.S. President to use military forces. Based on the 1964 Gulf of Tonkin Resolution and the legislation which it spurred, the lesson includes teaching procedures, discussion questions, and student readings. Descriptors: Civics, Constitutional Law, Democracy, Government (Administrative Body)

Fierce, Milfred C. (1987). U. S. Foreign Policy and South Africa, Social Education. Maintains that United States foreign policy toward South Africa has been "found wanting" since 1948. Focuses on the failure of President Reagan's policy of "constructive engagement," and details what must be done to bring about an end to apartheid. Descriptors: African Culture, Area Studies, Democracy, Developing Nations

Clark, Todd (1987). Teaching about Apartheid in South Africa, Social Education. Provides background on the political and social roots of the racist policy of apartheid. Describes the violence and the social and economic injustices of the system. Concludes that the South African problem must be viewed as a part of the continuing struggle over the disproportionate distribution of wealth. Descriptors: African Culture, African History, Area Studies, Democracy

O'Brien, Edward L.; Wilderson, Fawn (1987). Use of Emergency Powers in South Africa, Social Education. Reviews facts and statistics regarding the use of emergency powers by the South African government. Details the effects of restrictions on constitutional rights and reveals that two-thirds of all killings which occurred during the state of emergency were done by security forces. Descriptors: Area Studies, Constitutional Law, Court Role, Democracy

Bigelow, William (1987). Challenging "Gutter Education.", Social Education. Describes realities of "gutter education," the term applied to segregated education for blacks under apartheid in South Africa. Exposes efforts to control learning of students, including excessive use of rote learning methods and state-mandated content exams which promote the status quo. Notes lack of black students' cooperation with such methods. Details efforts to reform existing system of black education. Descriptors: Area Studies, Citizenship Education, Democracy, Developing Nations

Pereira, Carolyn (1987). Elementary Teaching Strategies, Social Education. Provides four learning activities for upper elementary grade level students. The activities are designed to help students learn about the history of South Africa, learn the meaning of apartheid, understand how apartheid would affect their lives, and practice citizenship participation skills by writing either a government official or a U.S. company operating in South Africa. Descriptors: African Culture, African History, Area Studies, Citizenship Education

Getman, Thomas (1987). South Africa's Constitutional Change, Social Education. Describes the striking dichotomy of South Africa's beauty and the squalor resulting from the apartheid policies of the government. Reviews reactions of black South Africans to recent constitutional changes and details efforts to secure more sweeping reform. Includes stories of several individuals who have taken actions which oppose the system of apartheid. Descriptors: African History, Area Studies, Constitutional Law, Democracy

de Arantes e Oliveira, E. R. (1985). The New Face of "Universitas", Higher Education in Europe. Substantial and rapid changes in administrative structure and governance have been effected in Portuguese universities in recent years, characterized by democratization and increased institutional autonomy. Descriptors: Administrative Organization, College Role, Democracy, Educational Change

Winkler, Karen J. (1987). Scholars Rethink Liberal Theory, Chronicle of Higher Education. Challenged by the rise of the New Right and the Reagan Administration, liberal theorists are reformulating liberalism. Individualism, at the heart of liberal theory, has been attacked for destroying the sense of civic obligation and community spirit. Some critics of liberalism called communitarians are described. Descriptors: Citizenship Responsibility, Civil Liberties, Democracy, Higher Education

Carstens, Kenneth N. (1987). A South African Timeline, Social Education. This article presents a chronology of significant events in the struggle to end white domination in South Africa. The period covered is 1943 to 1986. Descriptors: African History, Area Studies, Democracy, Developing Nations

Jones, W. T. (1985). From Guardians to Agents: The Changing Role of Trustees, Educational Record. The acrimonious disagreement over investment in South Africa is one sign of the collapse of the consensus on the role of a trustee. Some critics hold that trustees are not definers of the institution's good but merely the instruments by which the public's view of that good is carried out. Descriptors: Alumni, Change, College Administration, Decision Making

Chonco, Seshi (1987). Historic and Cultural Roots of Apartheid, Social Education. Reviews the historical and cultural roots of the South African system of apartheid. Covers early Dutch settlement, the Anglo-Boer War, the Native Land Act of 1913, and the rise of the National Party. Concludes with a discussion of the different perspectives held by black and white South Africans on the "progress" made in recent years. Descriptors: African Culture, African History, Area Studies, Democracy

Garza-Lubeck, Maria (1987). U. S. History Textbooks: The Next Hundred Years, OAH Magazine of History. Provides brief review of results of a study of junior and senior high school United States history textbooks conducted by a panel of six educators and historians. In general, panel found that books ranged from strong to adequate in their content coverage. Coverage of pluralistic background, religion, and painful aspects of our history were areas in which weaknesses appeared. Descriptors: Cultural Pluralism, Democracy, Futures (of Society), High Schools

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