Table of contents for Research, advocacy, and political engagement : multidisciplinary perspectives through service learning / edited by Sally Cahill Tannenbaum.

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CONTENTS
Acknowledgments
Foreword by Robert A. Corrigan
About This Series by Gerald S. Eisman
Introduction by Sally Cahill Tannenbaum
Activity/Methodology Table
Contributors
Section One: Traditional Approaches to Political Engagement
1. Beyond Service: Community-Based Research and Political Engagement
Corey Cook
2. Communication in Political Campaigns: Bridging Theory and Practice
Sally Cahill Tannenbaum
3. Social Research and the Sacramento State Annual Survey of the Region
Amy Qiaoming Liu, Otis Scott, Joseph Sheley, Frank Whitlatch, Ernest Cowles, and Manuel Barajas
4. Making the Census Count: Learning, Service, and Political Engagement
Peter Tannenbaum and Sally Cahill Tannenbaum
Section Two: Providing a Business Perspective to Political Engagement
5. The Economics of Community Action: Applying Cost-Benefit Analysis to Local Public Policy
Greg Hunter
6. Selected Case Examples of Service Learning in Business: Social Entrepreneurship
Richard L. McCline and Gerald S. Eisman
Section Three: Political Engagement through Social Activism
7. Communicating Community: Engaging Silicon Valley Through Student Activism
Anne Marie Todd and Deanna L. Fassett
8. The Politics of Service Learning in Introduction to Women's Studies: Addressing Social Injustices Through Activism
Natalie Wilson
9. Using Service Learning to Change Social Structure: The Gulf Coast Civic Works Project
Scott Myers-Lipton
Section Four: Teaching Others Through Political Engagement
10. Media Mentors: Nurturing Democratic Ideals Among High School Journalists
Linda Bowen
11. An Unconventional Approach to Civic Skill Development and Service Learning
Mary Kirlin
12. Developing Teachers' Ability to Share Leadership
Kristeen L. Pemberton
13. Service Learning Which Engages Students in the Implementation of Children's Right to Participate in Community Decision Making
Kim Knowles-Yanez
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Service learning -- California.
Students -- California -- Political activity.
Political participation -- California.