Mindfulness, Democracy, and Education
Andrea Marie Hyde and James G. LaPrad
"How to be Nice and Get What You Want": Structural Referents of "Self" and "Other" in Experiential Education as (Un)Democratic Practice
Exploring Prosocial Behavior through Structured Philosophical Dialogue: A Quantitative Evaluation
Monica B. Glina
Responses to Feature Articles
Enacting Social Justice Ethically: Individual and Communal Habits. A Response to "Ethics in Teaching for Democracy and Social Justice"
Michael G. Gunzenhauser
The Ethics of Teaching for Social Justice: A Framework for Exploring the Intellectual and Moral Virtues of Social Justice Educators. A Response to "Ethics in Teaching for Democracy and Social Justice"
Rebecca M. Taylor
The Politics of Mindfulness. A Response to "Mindfulness, Democracy, Education"
Patrick W. Comstock
Cultural Mapping as a Social Practice: A Response to "Mapping the Cultural Boundaries in Schools and Communities: Redefining Spaces Through Organizing"
Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur and Shenaz A. Hanif-Shahban
Necessary But Not Sufficient: Deweyan Dialogue and the Demands of Critical Citizenship. A Book Review of The Political Classroom: Evidence and Ethics in Democratic Education
Joseph C. Wegwert
Exploring the Lingering Currency of Racism. A Book Review of Trayvon Martin, Race, and American Justice: Writing Wrong
Carol S. Witherell
A New Imperative for Detracking Schools. A Book Review of On the Same Track:How Schools Can Join the Twenty-First-Century Struggle Against Resegregation
Pamela D. Fisher