Print Resources on Teaching About Elections


Alberda, G. (2016). Campaign Simulation for American Government: An Active Learning Approach to Campaigns and Elections. PS: Political Science & Politics, 49(4), 872-875.

Caruson, K. (2005). So, You want to run for elective office?  How to engage students in the campaign process without leaving the classroom. PS: Politics and political science.38 (April), 305-310.

Eaton, J. S. (2004). Teaching about Election 2004 through the International Media. Social Education  68 (6),  395-40.

Galston, W. A. (2004). Civic Education and Political Participation. PS: Political Science & Politics., 37, 263-266.

Gordon-Murname, L. (2007). The 51st State: The State of On-Line. Searcher.15,  19-39.

Gorin S.H. (2000). Progressives and the 2000 elections. Health and Social Work. 25(2),139-143.

Levy, B. L. (2016). Which Candidate Should We Elect and Why? An Inquiry Approach to Teaching about Elections. Social Education, 80(4), 201-205.

Risinger, C. F. (1996). Teaching about the 1996 elections with the World Wide Web. Social Education 60 (10) p. 377-8

Risinger, C. F. (2004). Teaching about Primary Elections with the Internet. Social Education 68  (1) p. 13-15

Toren, B.J. (2004). The electoral college, political parties and elections: Sites to help you through the voting process. College and research library news. 65 (7).

Thurber, J.A. & & Kolodny, R. (2002). Bringing the 2002 Elections into Your Teaching. PS: Politics and political science. 35,  562-562.

Walker, T. (2002). Service as a Pathway to Political Participation: What Research Tells Us. Applied Developmental Science. 6 (4), 183-188. 

Whicker, M. L., & Strickland, R. A. (1990). U. S. constitutional amendments, the ratification process, and public opinion: A computer simulation. Simulation and Gaming, 21(2), 115-132.

Wielhouwer, P. W. (2004). Teaching Campaign Ethics Using Web-Based Scenarios. PS: Politics and political science. 37, 865-869


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