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NATIONAL SOCIAL SCIENCE JOURNAL

2007 VOLUME 27 #2

CONTENTS

 

Bahram Adrangi and Mary E. Allender, University of Portland
An Empirical Analysis of the Relationship between Entrepreneurial Activity and Macroeconomic Conditions
 

1

Carolyn Awalt and Patricia Ainsa, University of Texas at El Paso
Developing an Online Social Studies Resource: Needs Assessment Phase
 

11

Deborah Bridges, University of Nebraska at Kearney
Factors Influencing Agricultural Land Values in Nebraska
 

17

Lloyd R. Burton and Richard Dahlkemper, Weber State University
Communication Issues in Online Learning
 

28

Robert C. Evans and David V. Witkosky, Auburn University Montgomery
Bridging the Gap: Integrating Research with the Teaching of General Education Courses
 

35

J. David Fairbanks, University of Houston-Downtown
Why All the Hype about Morality Issues in the 2004 Elections?
 

44

Jerry P. Galloway, Georgia Southern University
Society Demands Educators Embrace Graphic Imagery
 

51

Samuel B. Hoff, Delaware State University
Sustaining His Stand: The Veto Record of President George Bush
 

58

Samuel J. Katz, Ohio Wesleyan  University
‘Standard’ Americans? The National Standards for Civics and Government
 

68

Terry L. Lovelace, Northwest Missouri State University
Using Children’s Trade Books for Multiple Perspectives: Combating Ethnocentrism
 

76

H.R. Mahood and Ramona M. Mahood, The University of Memphis
527 Organizations: New Kid on the Block
 

80

Edna Meisel and Calvin F. Meyer, Marshall University Graduate College
Is Integrated Curriculum Defined and Is It Making A Difference?
 

88

Martin I. Milkman, Riza D. Marjadi, Murray State University
Steve H. Freeman, West Kentucky Community and Technical College
Student Outcomes of Rural Community Technology Centers: Additional Evidence from a Case Study in Far Western Kentucky
 

91

James Ochwa-Echel, Oberlin College
Impact of computers on Cultures in Third World Countries: A Case of Computers in Education
 

95

Amy Richards Franzini, Widener University
The World of Teenage Television: A Longitudinal Content Analysis of Prime-Time Programming Most Popular among Adolescents
 

107

Nena Torrez, California State University, San Bernardino
A Comparative Analysis of Vocational Preferences of African-American Students in a Charter and a Traditional Public School
 

123

Emmanuel N. Uwalaka, Saint Louis University
The Church and HIV/AIDS in Nigeria: The Case of Two Dioceses
 

128

Stephen Earl White
Variables that Inhibit Middle and Upper Class African Americans from Achieving Racial Cohesion
 

136

Daniel L. Reynolds, H. Ronald Moser, Middle Tennessee State University
The Public’s Impression of Labor Unions in a Right-to-Work State: A Comparison of the Relationship between Job Satisfaction and Union Support

146
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