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Sept 2009 (v6.i2) Edition of Around the CIRCLE

August 18th, 2009
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A new edition of the CIRCLE quarterly newsletter is available here. If you do not currently receive hard copies of the CIRCLE newsletter and would like to please email Emily Kirby at Emily.Kirby@Tufts.edu.

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13 Responses to “Sept 2009 (v6.i2) Edition of Around the CIRCLE”

  1. links for 2009-08-19 - Kevin Bondelli’s Youth Vote Blog Says:

    […] CIRCLE – A nonpartisan research center studying youth civic engagement and civic education. »… […]

  2. zadania matematyczne Says:

    Good post! Thx for sharing this info

  3. panic attacks Says:

    Youth is starting to prove themselves. Most of them are responsible nowadays. In a way that they can stand on their own decisions in life, not really dependent to their parents. I’m glad that there’s a newsletter like this.

  4. Kunik Says:

    you know, this newsletter is really WOW! I don’t understand why other sites didnot think to introduce similar technology.
    p.s. correct errors in the numbering

  5. Mark@School Grants Says:

    It’s true, young voters are what we currently need now to start of the necessary changes in our government. Their involvement is what we really need to make the different.

  6. Hospedagem Says:

    I missed my hard copy of Around the Circle and I was looking for another copy, as this issue has many important articles for me. So now you solved my problem, and I downloaded my copy from here. Thanks for sharing.

  7. Presentation Skills Says:

    Good, i found the hard copies very timely and i want to share this quality service with my other Mates and fellows here. as this has given me piece of mind and my worries come to end regarding the subject. you all should come and join.
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  8. Serie A Says:

    Sure! I received that like ever. And i hope they will keep it up in a better way.

  9. Rrod Steven Says:

    The political parties around the world have started realizing that youth nowadays play a very important role in the polls , so they try their level best to influence them as much as much to gain their trust .
    Rrod Steven

  10. Alexander Thomas Says:

    Generation of today have their own way to contribute something in our society. They actually know how to make more reliable decisions than elderly. Teenagers of today think independently, not just like before.

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    Nice discussion, but the problem is too depper that it seems…

  12. Andrew Stone Says:

    Our youth now already know how to decide for themselves. Many of them actually are too expressive about what they are thinking. That’s the reason why they can now act independently.

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    I think this shows kids becoming cynical.