Political Science Writing Resources
Biddle, A. W., & Holland, K. M. (with T. Fulwiler). (1987). Writer's guide: Political science. Lexington, MA: D. C. Heath.
Bigelow, Bill and Linda Christiansen (1987). Write to Think: Teaching about Social Conflict Through Imaginative Writing. The Writing Notebook: 11-14.
Brodsky, D., & Meagher, E. (1987). Journals and political science. In T. Fulwiler (Ed.), The journal book (pp. 375- 386). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.
Farlow, D. E. (1989). Writing a research paper in political science. Glenview, IL: Scott.
Klem, Elizabeth and Charles Moran (1994). Whose machines are these? Politics, power, and the new technology. Pedagogy in the Age of Politics. Eds. Patricia A. Sullivan and Donna J. Qualley. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers. 73-87.
Mahoney, M. (1979). Essay writing in political education. Teaching Political Science, 7, 51- 72.
Mortensen, Peter (1994). Representations of literacy and region: Narrating 'Another America'. Pedagogy in the Age of Politics. Eds. Patricia A. Sullivan and Donna J. Qualley. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers. 100-120.
Paine, Charles (1999). The resistant writer: Rhetoric as immunity, 1850 to the present. New York: State University of New York Press.
Pittendrign, A. S. (1991). A model for teaching writing in large introductory political science classes. Political Science Teacher, 2, 5- 10.
Qualley, Donna J. (1994). Being two places at once: Feminism and the development of 'both/and' perspectives. Pedagogy in the Age of Politics. Eds. Patricia A. Sullivan and Donna J. Qualley. Urbana, IL: National Council of Teachers 25-42.
Selcher, W. A., & McClellan, E. F. (1990). Sequential writing assignments in international relations and American government survey courses. Political Science Teacher, 3, 14- 16.