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Murray Print

Murray Print PhD (Director, Centre for Research and Teaching in Civics, Faculty of Education, University of Sydney) is a recognized leader in Civics and Citizenship Education within Australia and internationally. Professor Print has directed many research projects in civics including Values, Policy and Civics Education in the Asia-Pacific Region, (funded through Harvard University); Civics Education Assessment and Benchmarking (Australian Research Council); the Consortium Project in Civics and Citizenship Education; the first phase of the IEA International Civics Study; and most recently a major ARC-funded project on youth participation in democracy.

He has played a key role in stimulating citizenship education internationally and has worked on projects and delivered keynote addresses in Northern Ireland, Scotland, England, Ireland, Spain, Indonesia, Taiwan, South Korea, Malaysia, Thailand, Hong Kong, Singapore, the United States, and Canada. Currently he is Vice-President of Civitas International. Professor Print was awarded was awarded the Centenary Medal for his contributions to civic education and the community.

Selected Recent Publications

Print,M & Coleman,D (2003) Towards understanding social capital and citizenship education. Cambridge Journal of Education, 33, 1, 123-149

Print, M (2003) Estrategias de ensenanza para la educacion civics y ciudadana en el siglo XXI Estudios Sobre Educacion, 4, June. (Teaching strategies for civics and citizenship education for a new Europe in the twentyfirst century)

Naval,C, Print, M & Iriarte, C (2003) Staatsbürgerliche Erziehung in Spanien: kritische Betrachtung einer Erziehungspolitik. Journal for Social Sciences and their Didactics, 2, July (article- Civic education in Spain: A critical review of policy)

Leung, Y W & Print,M (2002) Nationalistic education as the focus for civics and citizenship education: The case of Hong Kong. Asia Pacific Education Review, 3,2, 197-209

Print,M., Ornstrom,S & Nielsen,H (2002) Education for democratic processes in schools and classrooms. European Journal of Education, 37,2, 193-210.

Naval,C, Print,M & Veldhuis,R (2002) Education for democratic citizenship in the new Europe. European Journal of Education, 37, 2, 107-128.

Print,M (2001) From 'survival' to 'leadership': The practice of civic education in Australia. International Journal of Educational Research, 35, 77-91

Print,M & Smith,A (2001) Teaching civic education for a civil, democratic society in the Asian region. Asia Pacific Education Review, 1, 1, 101-109.

Print,M ( 2000) Civics and values in the Asia-Pacific region. Asia Pacific Journal of Education,20,1, 7-20.

Print,M (2000) Discovering democracy: The confirmation of civics and citizenship Education in Australia. International Journal of Social Education, 15, 1, Summer.

Print, M (2000) Curriculum policy, values and change in civic education. Asia Pacific Journal of Education,20,1, 21- 35.