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Professor Favorability and Student Perceptions of Professor Ideology

Professor Favorability and Student Perceptions of Professor Ideology by Travis Braidwood, Texas A&M University, Kingsville, Jacob Ausderan, Arkansas State University Academia has become an increasingly common political target, particularly the institution of academic tenure, which many conservative […]

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An Ignorant and Easily Duped Electorate?

An Ignorant and Easily Duped Electorate? by David O. Sears, University of California, Los Angeles The dilemma of America’s commitment to universal suffrage paired with recognition of the citizenry’s limited political knowledge and capabilities has been a […]

Annual Conference

Short Course: Cities and the World

Cities and the World: Interrogating the Promise and Perils of Political Decentralization in Age of Trumpism Half Day (9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. OR 1:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.) As recognized for decades, many nation-states […]

APSA Programs

Meet 2017 RBSI Scholar, Monique Newton

Monique Newton, Oberlin College Monique Newton is a student at Oberlin College double majoring in politics and law and society with a minor in Africana studies. As a Mellon Mays Undergraduate Research Fellow at Oberlin College, […]

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From Medicine to Mobilization: Social Service Provision and the Islamist Reputational Advantage

From Medicine to Mobilization: Social Service Provision and the Islamist Reputational Advantage by Steven Brooke, Harvard University Under what conditions can parties use social-service provision to generate political support? And what is the causal mechanism connecting […]