Journal of Character Education
Vol. 18 #1
A volume in the series: Journal of Character Education. Editor(s): Marvin W Berkowitz, University of Missouri - St. Louis. Jonathan M. Tirrell, Tufts University.
The Journal of Character Education is the leading source of cutting-edge knowledge about character education research, theory, practice, and opinion. We define character education broadly to encompass all educational approaches designed to nurture students’ knowledge, motivation, skills, and behavior concerning all four aspects of character: moral, performance, civic, and intellectual. The Journal publishes manuscripts that report research relevant to character education, conceptual articles, and book reviews that provide theoretical, historical, and philosophical perspectives on the field of character education as it is broadly defined above. The Journal is also interested in practical articles about implementation and specific programs, and informed opinion statements.
ARTICLES: What’s Your “Why?” A Content Analysis of Youth Purpose, Rachel Baumsteiger, Brian Riches, Susan A. Mangan, James McConchie, and Kendall Cotton Bronk. Is Self-Reported Optimism a Unique Predictor of Reading and Math Performance in Latinx Elementary School Students? Anna Park, Karen Thierry, Karen Norris, Erika Venzor, and Sandra Nobles. Promoting Empathy in Adolescents: An Exploratory Study of the Story Exchange, Rebecca Frausel, Gabriel Velez, Tasneem Mandviwala, and Jennifer Kubota. Bullying and Character Development: An Examination of Character Strengths Associated With Bullying and Cyberbullying in Postprimary Schools in Ireland, Jolanta Burke and Conor McGuckin. Understanding the Dissemination of Influential Parenting Research: A Rapid Review With Article-Level Metrics, Andrew C. Pool, Danielle Doolittle, Nora Laberee, Shannon Traurig, and Kenneth R. Ginsberg. A Meta-Analysis of the What Works in Character Education Research, Keith Johnson, Robert E. McGrath, Melinda Bier, Mitch Brown, and Marvin W Berkowitz. VOICES: Holding Schools Accountable for Equity in Character Measurement: Bridging Theory and Practice, Madora Soutter, Shelby Clark, and Alison Lee. OPINION: Animal Welfare: Are We Looking the Other Way? Enrique Chaux.
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