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Teaching Trump: Why Comparative Politics Makes Students More Optimistic about US Democracy

Teaching Trump: Why Comparative Politics Makes Students More Optimistic about US Democracy by Hannah Baron, Brown University Robert A. Blair, Brown University, and Shelby Grossman, University of Memphis  How does learning about democratic erosion in other countries shape opinions about […]

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Psychological Underpinnings of Post-Truth in Political Beliefs

Psychological Underpinnings of Post-Truth in Political Beliefs by Rose McDermott, Brown University Although both the idea and the reality of so-called fake news or disinformation campaigns long precede the Trump administration, discussions about the frequency, intensity, and […]

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Attend the National Humanities Alliance and Consortium of Social Science Associations Meetings and Advocacy Days with Support From APSA

Each year, the Consortium of Social Science Associations (COSSA) and National Humanities Alliance (NHA) host meetings and advocacy days in Washington, DC. These events address conditions for federal funding in the social sciences and humanities, […]

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Why Do Students Enroll in Political Science Courses?

Why Do Students Enroll in Political Science Courses? by Jonas B. Bunte, University of Texas at Dallas Why do students enroll in political science courses? Jonas Bunte conducted an experiment to find out. The experiment involved visiting […]