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Civic Pedagogies in Higher Education

Teaching for Democracy in Europe, Canada and the USA

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In this book, university teachers provide case studies illustrating methods employed to prepare citizens for meaningful participation in democracies, whether long-standing, young or emerging. Examples of practice from Western Europe, Eastern Europe, and North America are included, along with reflections and advice for practice.

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Editors and Affiliations

  • Department of Educational Counselling, San José State University, USA

    Jason Laker

  • School of Education and Psychology, University of Navarra, Spain

    Concepción Naval

  • University of Rijeka, Croatia

    Kornelija Mrnjaus

About the editors

Tristan McCowan, University of London, UK Jane G. V. McGaughey, Concordia University, Canada Carolina Ugarte, University of Navarra, Spain Arantzazu Martínez-Odría, University of Navarra, Spain Maria-Carmen Pantea, Babe?-Bolyai University, Romania Alex Sager, Portland State University, USA Dayana Salazar, San José State University, USA Melinda Jackson, San José State University, USA Peter G. Kirchschlaeger, University of Teacher Education Central Switzerland Lucerne Minna J. Holopainen, San José State University, USA Lorri Capizzi, San José State University, USA

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