Political Science Students and Professors Publish Chapters in Book on Classroom Simulations
August 18, 2022
Doctor of Arts in Political Science students, James Pascali and Jonathan Blakeman, have recently published a chapter in a book about simulations in the political science classroom. The chapter, titled, "To Veto or Not to Veto: A Simulation of Presidential Decision Making" was co-authored with political science professors, Dr. Kellee Kirkpatrick and Dr. James Stoutenborough.
The chapter provides background and instruction on how to implement an interactive simulation that explores presidential decision making. Dr. Stoutenborough and Dr. Kirkpatrick have an additional chapter in the book titled, Playing Politics: Utilizing Simulations to Expose Students to the Factors that Shape Congressional Decision Making."
Dr. Edward Kammerer, also a professor in the Department of Political Science, has a chapter titled, "Using Moot Court in Introduction to Law Courses." The book, Simulations in the Political Science Classroom: Games Without Frontiers, is available from Routledge.
More information on the book is available online.