Other Publications

Electronic publications, newspaper articles, interview instruments, survey instruments, etc.

McDevitt, M. (2015). 'Political Parenting' Can Be a Counter to Incivility. Education Week.
Damon, W. (2014). A Nation of Entrepreneurs? Defining Ideas, A Hoover Institution (online) Journal.
Miller, A. (2013). Japan's ambivalence toward corporal punishment. Japan Today.
Kariya, T (A. Miller & J. Rappleye, Co-trans.) (2013). Education Reform and Social Class in Japan. New York, NY: Routledge/University of Tokyo.
Damon, W. (2012). The Death of Honesty. Defining Ideas, A Hoover Institution (online) Journal.
Miller, Aaron L. (2012). Youth Sports Injury Prevention: Suggestions from the US for Japan. Mitsubishi Research Institute for the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan.
Damon, W. (2012). Why We Can't All Just Get Along. Defining Ideas, A Hoover Institution (online) Journal.
Porter, T. (2012). Engage young voters. The Wichita Eagle, March 11.
Damon, W. (2011). The Education of Steve Jobs. Defining Ideas, A Hoover Institution (online) Journal (Also cited on the Huffington Post.)
Bundick, M., Andrews, M., Jones, A., Mariano, J. M., Bronk, K. C., and Damon, W. (2006). Revised youth purpose survey. Stanford, CA: Stanford Center on Adolescence.
Andrews, M., Bundick, M., Jones, A., Bronk, K. C., Mariano, J. M., and Damon, W. (2006). Revised youth purpose interview. Stanford, CA: Stanford Center on Adolescence.
Bronk, K. C., Menon, J. and Damon, W. (2004). Youth purpose: Conclusions from a working conference of leading scholars. Exploring the Nature and Development of Purpose in Youth. Stanford, CA: Stanford Center on Adolescence.
Damon, W. (1998). The path to a civil society goes through the university. The Chronicle of Higher Education, XLV(8), B4 - B5.
Damon, W., and Gregory, A. (1997). The youth charter: Towards the formation of adolescent moral identity. Journal of Moral Education, 26(2), 117 - 131.
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