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    Citizenship Education and Youth Participation in Democracy.Murray Print - 2007 - British Journal of Educational Studies 55 (3):325-345.
    Citizenship education in established democracies is challenged by declining youth participation in democracy. Youth disenchantment and disengagement in democracy is primarily evident in formal political behaviour, especially through voting, declining membership of political parties, assisting at elections, contacting politicians, and the like. If citizenship education is to play a major role in addressing these concerns it will need to review the impact it is making on young people in schools. This paper reviews a major national project on youth participation in (...)
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    The State, Teachers and Citizenship Education in Singapore Schools.Jasmine B.-Y. Sim & Murray Print - 2009 - British Journal of Educational Studies 57 (4):380-399.
    States commonly employ education policy to build a strong sense of citizenship within young people and to create types of citizens appropriate to the country. In Singapore the government created a policy to build citizenship through both policy statements and social studies in the school curriculum. In the context of a tightly controlled state regulating schooling through a highly controlled educational system, the government expected teachers to obey these policy documents, political statements and the prescribed curriculum. What do teachers understand (...)
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    Moral and Human Rights Education: The Contribution of the United Nations.Murray Print, Carolina Ugarte, Concepción Naval & Anja Mihr - 2008 - Journal of Moral Education 37 (1):115-132.
    Moral education can take many forms. With the end of the United Nations Decade for Human Rights Education , we critically review developments in human rights education during those ten years in the context of moral education. We argue that, despite some modest successes, the decade lacked direction and a major impact and has failed to prepare a sound basis for securing HRE internationally. These outcomes largely account for the United Nations' decision in 2005 to initiate the World Programme for (...)
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