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Volume 9 Number 3    ISSN 1478-8047


Cathy Fagan. Editorial

Catherine Broom. Conceptualizing and Teaching Citizenship as Humanity

Thomas A. Lucey, Doug Hatch & Duane Giannangelo. In Search of Understandings: knowledge of US history up to 1877 among preservice teachers at three universities

Ian Davies, Mitsuharu Mizuyama & Gillian Hampden Thompson. Citizenship Education inJapan

Thuwayba Al Barwani, Abdo Al Mekhlafi & Otherine Neisler. Addressing the Challenges of Cross-Cultural Understanding through Service Learning in Higher Education: the Oman experience

Lisbeth Lindström. Citizenship and Empowering Processes: a study of youth experiences of participation in leisure activities

Timothy Wai Wa Yuen & Yan Wing Leung. How an Advocacy NGO Can Contribute to Political Socialization: a case study in Hong Kong

Ann Jordan, with Derval Carey-Jenkins, Sue Irving, Alan Perrigo, Paul Taylor & Sarah Wilkes. Trainee Teachers’ Perceptions of the Values behind the Primary Curriculum inEngland and the Potential Significance for Future Professional Development


Still Not Easy being British: struggles for a multicultural citizenship (Tariq Modood), reviewed by Grisel María García Pérez

Global Crises, Social Justice, and Education (Michael Apple, Ed.) reviewed by Sabre Cherkowski

Creating Democratic Citizenship through Drama Education: the writings of Jonothan Neelands (Peter O’Connor, Ed.) reviewed by Thomas A. Lucey

Teachers and Human Rights Education (Audrey Osler & Hugh Starkey), reviewed by Karen Ragoonaden

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