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Technological Change and Political Turnover: The Democratizing Effects of the Green Revolution in India

Technological Change and Political Turnover: The Democratizing Effects of the Green Revolution in India by Aditya Dasgupta,University of California Can technological change contribute to political turnover? Influential theories suggest that technological change represents a form of […]

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Failure in the Tenure Process: We Can Do Better

Failure in the Tenure Process: We Can Do Better  by Jennifer A. Diascro, University of California Washington Program Tenure is the brass ring of the academy, and careers are made or broken in the effort to achieve […]

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Making Academic Life ‘Workable’ For Fathers

Making Academic Life ‘Workable’ For Fathers by Jon B. Gould, American University and Brian C. Lovato, Augustana College At a time when “toxic masculinity” is being closely scrutinized, when the #MeToo movement has drawn attention to the […]

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Exit, Voice, and Public Reason

Exit, Voice, and Public Reason by Kevin Vallier, Bowling Green State University Public reason liberals appeal to public deliberation to ensure that a legal order can be publicly justified to its citizens. I argue that this […]

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Introduction: Reflecting on the Profession

Introduction: Reflecting on the Profession by Susan M. Sterett, University of Maryland and Jennifer A. Diascro, University of California Washington Program Dr. Jennifer Diascro, Associate Academic Director of the University of California Washington Program, and Dr. Susan Sterett, Professor […]

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The Benefits and Pitfalls of Google Scholar

The Benefits and Pitfalls of Google Scholar by Francesca R. Jensenius, University of Oslo, Mala Htun, University of New Mexico, David J. Samuels, University of Minnesota,  David A. Singer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Adria Lawrence, Johns Hopkins University and Michael Chwe, University of […]