Civic Studies: Approaches to the Emerging Field

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Publication Title Civic Studies: Approaches to the Emerging Field
Description Civic Studies Volume Civic Studies: Approaches to the Emerging Field is a volume co-edited by Peter Levine and Karol Edward Sołtan and published by Bringing Theory to Practice and the American Association of Colleges and Universities as the third volume in its Civic Series. It is available for free download (PDF) or for purchase at $10 for the volume. Contents: Part 1: Overview “The Case for Civic Studies” by Peter Levine “The Emerging Field of a New Civics” by Karol Edward Sołtan Part 2: The Art and Science of Association: The Indiana Workshop “Artisans of the Common Life: Building a Public Science of Civics,” by Filippo Sabetti “Citizenship, Political Competence, and Civic Studies: The Ostromian Perspective,” by Paul Dragos Aligica Part 3: Deliberative Participation “Deliberative Civic Engagement: Connecting Public Voices to Public Governance,” by Tina Nabatchi and Greg Munno “The Challenge of Promoting Civic Participation in Poor Countries” by Ghazala Mansuri and Vijayendra Rao Part 4: Public Work “Transforming Higher Education in a Larger Context: The Civic Politics of Public Work,” by Harry C. Boyte and Blase Scarnatti “Citizen-Centered Research for Civic Studies: Bottom Up, Problem Driven, Mixed Methods, Interdisciplinary,” by Sanford Schram “Public Sociology, Civic Education, and Engaged Research,” by Philip Nyden
Publication Year January 2014
Publication Author Peter Levine, Karol Edward Sołtan, Filippo Sabetti, Paul Dragos Aligica, Tina Nabatchi, Ghazala Mansuri, Vijayendra Rao, Harry C. Boyte, Blase Scarnatti, Sanford Schram, Philip Nyden, Greg Munno
Publication Type Volume (co-edited)
Publisher Bringing Theory to Practice and the American Association of Colleges and Universities
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Publication Link https://tischcollege.tufts.edu/civic-studies/research-and-publications