restricted access   Volume 2, 2011

Table of Contents


pp. 1-4


From Ideology to Eidos: Recovering from State Socialism in Hungary

pp. 5-22

The Gender Dimension of the 2009 European Parliament Elections in Romania

pp. 23-37

The Idea of the University Reshaped by the Bologna Process

pp. 38-47

Art and Social Justice: An Interdisciplinary Framework for Community-Based Teaching and Research

pp. 48-62

How the Cell Phone Is Changing the Nature of the Classroom Environment

pp. 63-79

Beyond Dialogue: The Nexus of Active Listening and Servant-Leadership: A Pivotal Point for Pedagogy

pp. 80-93

Regional Engagement of Mid-Range Universities: Adapting European Models and Best Practices in Hungary

pp. 94-120

Assessing the Impact of Outcomes-Based Education, Family Dynamics, and Psychosocial Stressors on Student Academic Adjustment in South Africa

pp. 121-143

American Prisons, Foreign and Domestic: A Challenge to Democracy

pp. 144-166

“Civil society, in my view as a social philosopher, could be and should be a growing actor in the country’s development”: An Interview with Nurgul Djanaeva

pp. 167-172

Book Reviews

Democracy and Democratization: Processes and Prospects in a Changing World (review)

pp. 173-176

Wiki Government: How Technology Can Make Government Better, Democracy Stronger, and Citizens More Powerful (review)

pp. 177-182

Educating for Democracy: Preparing Undergraduates for Responsible Political Engagement (review)

pp. 183-187