Journal of Civic Literacy

This journal invites research going well beyond simple measurements of the elements of civic literacy. We are interested in the causes and consequences of low levels of literacy, the role of public education, the comparative efficacy of available curricula and programs (what is working? why and how?), the connections between the current media environment and deficient civic understandings, and the role of civic literacy in defining ethical and trustworthy public service.

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Vol 2, No 1 (2015)

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Notes from the Editor

Welcome to the second issue of The Journal of Civic Literacy
Sheila Suess Kennedy
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Continuing Conversations

Lee H. Hamilton
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1-3

Peer-Reviewed Articles

David L. Stocum
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4-23
Johari R. Shuck, Robert J. Helfenbein
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24-42

Living Citizenship

Melinda Cooperman
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43-47