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“Apprehension about concentration in media ownership is linked to worries that this sector’s power to shape the agenda of political action may not be matched by a sense of responsibility. These varied concerns have given rise to the suggestion that civil society itself should try to provide a measure of global public service broadcasting not linked to commercial interests.” (p 30-31)

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Shaftel (1970). Role playing: An approach to meaningful social learning.

Shaftel, F. R. (1970). Role playing: An approach to meaningful social learning. Social Education, 34(5), 556-559. “… ideas being dealt with at a feeling level.” (p 556) “… explore life-situations …” (p 556) “… “safe” environment …” (p 557) “… provides experiences …” (p 557) “… open-ended situation …” (p 557) “… analysis of what … Read more

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Joyce & Weil (2000). Role Playing; Studying Social Behavior and Values.

Joyce, B. R., & Weil, M. (2000). Role Playing; Studying Social Behavior and Values. In Models of Teaching (6th ed., pp. 57-75). Allyn and Bacon. “This emotional content, as well as the words and the actions, becomes a part of the later analysis. When the acting out is finished, even the observers are involved enough … Read more

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Joyce & Weil (2000). Concepts of self; Modeling rich states of growth.

Joyce, B. R., & Weil, M. (2000). Concepts of self; Modeling rich states of growth. In Models of Teaching (6th ed., pp. 301-311). Allyn and Bacon. “Thus, differences in activity would be a function of the individual’s disposition to interact productively with the environment.” (p 303) [Social influence…] “Close friends and colleagues, and the social … Read more

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Pressley, Levin, & Delaney (1982). The mnemonic keyword method.

Pressley, M., Levin, J. R., & Delaney, H. D. (1982). The mnemonic keyword method. Review of Educational Research, 52(1), 61-91. doi: 10.2307/1170273. “… ‘mnemonic devices’ (systematic procedures for transforming difficult to remember stimuli into more easily remembered stimuli) …” (p 61) “As originally conceived (Atkinson, 1975), the keyword method is a two-stage process for learning … Read more

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Calhoun, Poirier, Simon, & Mueller (2001). Teacher (and District) Research: Three Inquiries into the Picture Word Inductive Model.

Calhoun, E., Poirier, T., Simon, N., & Mueller, L. (2001). Teacher (and District) Research: Three Inquiries into the Picture Word Inductive Model. Retrieved February 16, 2009, from http://www.eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPortal/contentdelivery/servlet/ERICServlet?accno=ED456107. [Article describing use of Picture Word Inductive Model (PWIM), with research] “… research on instructional strategies and on promoting growth in reading and writing …” (p 1) … Read more

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Cabral (1987). Role Playing As a Group Intervention.

Cabral, R. J. (1987). Role Playing As a Group Intervention. Small Group Research, 18(4), 470-482. doi: 10.1177/104649648701800403. “Role playing is a generic term for a variety of group dramatic procedures that involve spontaneous enactment of either real or hypothetical social situations.” (p 470) “Participants … select their own words, gestures, and methods of expression.” (p … Read more

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Joyce & Weil (2000). Models of Teaching and Learning; Where Do They Come From and How Are They Used?

Joyce, B. R., & Weil, M. (2000). Models of Teaching and Learning; Where Do They Come From and How Are They Used? In Models of Teaching (6th ed., pp. 13-28). Allyn and Bacon. “The core of the teaching process is the arrangement of environments within which the students can interact and study how to learn … Read more

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Joyce & Weil (2000). Personality and Learning Styles; Adapting to Individual Differences. In Models of Teaching.

Joyce, B. R., & Weil, M. (2000). Personality and Learning Styles; Adapting to Individual Differences. In Models of Teaching (6th ed., pp. 97-108). Allyn and Bacon. [Chapter about Conceptual Systems Theory] “… a framework that can be used to understand some of the important ways that students respond differently to the world.” (p 97) “… … Read more

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