Human Rights-Human Wrongs: Making Political Science Real Through Service-Learning
The perennial problem for the scholar and educator is how to combine scholarly interests with classroom material. Academics have often been castigated for living in the “ivory tower,” for being uninterested in the real world, and for being unable to connect with their students. One would think that this would be less so in a dynamic discipline like political science, but like other academics, many political scientists get caught up in covering theories without making those theories real for their students.
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