2016 Elections

Yes, But Did They Learn Anything? An Experimental Investigation of Voter Decision Making on Foreign Policy Issues

Yes, But Did They Learn Anything? An Experimental Investigation of Voter Decision Making on Foreign Policy Issues Jacqueline M. Sievert, (@jm_sievert), Bowling Green State University Michael K. McDonald, Western Carolina University Charles J. Fagan, Western Carolina University […]

2016 Elections

Election, Post-Election, and Civic Education Resources

Election, Post-Election, and Civic Education Resources During this election and post-election season, teachers in high school and college classrooms all over the country have been focused on civic engagement, voting, and the electoral process.  Throughout […]

2016 Elections

Varieties of Academic Labor Markets in Europe

Varieties of Academic Labor Markets in Europe by Alexandre Afonso, (@alexandreafonso), Leiden University How are academic job markets organized in European countries? This article provides a brief comparative overview of the functioning academic job markets in […]

2016 Elections

The Discipline of Political Science in Europe: How Different Is It from Political Science in North America?

SYMPOSIUM: The Discipline of Political Science in Europe: How Different Is It from Political Science in North America? Daniel Stockemer, University of Ottawa Ekaterina R. Rashkova, Utrecht University Jonathon W. Moses, Norwegian University of Science and Technology  Alasdair […]

2016 Elections

Conditional Arbiters: The Limits of Political Party Influence in Presidential Nominations

Conditional Arbiters: The Limits of Political Party Influence in Presidential Nominations by Wayne P. Steger, DePaul University The 2016 Republican presidential nomination challenges arguments about political party insiders’ influence on the outcome.  Party insiders can influence […]