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The History Education Research Journal (HERJ) is an international, open-access, peer-reviewed journal that focuses on the global significance and impact of history education. It covers all aspects of history education theory, scholarship, and pure and applied research. Articles illuminate contemporary issues, concerns, policies and practice, drawing upon the eclectic research methodologies of history education. The journal is published in partnership with the Historical Association.

HERJ is a relaunch of the International Journal of Historical Learning Teaching and Research. All past issues up to and including vol. 15, no. 1 were published under this title. HERJ vol. 15, no. 2 is the first to be published by UCL IOE Press.

Publisher: UCL IOE Press in partnership with the History Educators International Research Network (HEIRNET) and the Historical Association

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Volume 12, Number 1, December 2013

Editorial

Open Access Editorial
pp. 3-4(2)
Author: Nichol, Jon

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Research Articles

Open Access Ethical Values and History: A Mutual Relationship?
pp. 5-15(11)
Author: Ammert, Niklas

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Open Access The Difficult Relationship Between the History of the Present and School History in Greece; Cinema as a "Deus Ex Machina"?; Results Arising from a Research Programme with Students
pp. 28-58(31)
Authors: Kokkinos, George; Kimourtzis, Panayotis; Lemonidou, Elli; Gatsotis, Panayotis; Trantas, Petros

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Open Access Social Studies Teachers' Use of Film: A Research Study
pp. 59-70(12)
Authors: Russell III, William Benedict; Kenna, Joshua; Mottola Poole, Cyndi

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Open Access Eurocentric History in Spanish Textbooks
pp. 107-120(14)
Authors: Pousa, Manuel; López Facal, Ramón

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Open Access 'But Why is this so Important?': Discussing Historical Significance in the Classroom
pp. 146-168(23)
Authors: van Drie, Jannet; van Boxtel, Carla; Stam, Brenda

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Open Access The Dilemma of a Divided City: Students' Solutions Towards the Berlin Debate
pp. 169-178(10)
Authors: Byford, Jeffrey M.; Horn, Brian K.

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