Journals

Bounded Rationality without Bounded Democracy: ‘Nudges,’ Democratic Citizenship, and Pathways Forward for Building Civic Capacity

Bounded Rationality without Bounded Democracy: ‘Nudges,’ Democratic Citizenship, and Pathways Forward for Building Civic Capacity by Mark E. Button, University of Utah The behavioral sciences are playing an increasingly important role in the design and implementation […]

Diversity & Inclusion

2018 Election Reflection Series: It’s Time for Political Scientists to Come Off of the Sidelines

2018 Election Reflection Series Background Prior to the 2018 election, APSA’s Diversity and Inclusion Programs Office issued a call for submissions for a new PS Now series entitled 2018 Election Reflections. The views expressed in this series are […]

Journals

The Civic Voluntarism of ‘Custodial Citizens’: Involuntary Criminal Justice Contact, Associational Life, and Political Participation

The Civic Voluntarism of ‘Custodial Citizens’: Involuntary Criminal Justice Contact, Associational Life, and Political Participation by Michael Leo Owens,  Emory University and Hannah Walker, Rutgers University  A growing body of research explores the influence of involuntary criminal justice […]

Uncategorized

Press Gallery: APSA Members in the Media

  The Week in Writing – December 14 to December 20, 2018      Recent blogs and op-eds authored by APSA members Trump Thinks He’s Still Winning on Immigration Matt A. Barreto, New York Times, December […]