Upon looking at any of the many lists of social studies instructional objectives. one can hardly avoid finding an objective called citizenship. A National Council for the Social Studies sponsored publication on civic education states, "In one sense, desirable citizenship traits in a democratic society remain the same today, in the midst of rapid cultural change. as they were hundreds of years ago. Effective participation by the individual in public affairs continues to require the same four essentials: knowledge. thought. commitment, and action. In application, however. each generation redefines good citizenship to fit demands of the times."
Stockhaus, Stuart Harold, "The effects of a community involvement program on adolescent student's citizenship attitudes" (1976). Thesis, Dissertations, Student Creative Activity, and Scholarship. 63.
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