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Keith Melville, PhD
Doctoral Faculty - School of Human & Organizational Development
Santa Barbara, CA
PhD, Columbia University, 1983
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Scholarly & Professional Interests:
Public issues and civic education
Applied social research.
Author of more than 30 magazine-length reports on public issues including immigration, income inequality, the culture wars, welfare, America's global role, senior entitlement programs, and health care reform, published Kendall-Hunt and McGraw-Hill
The High School Dropout Crisis, Pew Charitable Trust. 2006.
Chapter in The Deliberative Democracy Handbook, edited by John Gastil and Peter Levine (Jossey-Bass, 2005), chapter 3 (with John Dedrick and Taylor Willingham) "National Issues Forums: A Network of communities promoting public deliberation."
The quality of American life in the 1980s, Report for the President's Commission for a National Agenda for the 1980s, Washington: Government Printing Office, 1981
Marriage and Family Today, five editions, Random House and McGraw-Hill, first edition 1977
Communes in the Counter Culture, William Morrow, 1972
Other Professional Activities:
Associate, Kettering Foundation
Creator and Executive Editor, Public Agenda Online
Former Senior Vice President, Public Agenda Foundation
Former Executive Editor, National Issues Forum.
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