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Shifting Standards for Political Methodologists? Historical Trends in the Society for Political Methodology

Shifting Standards for Political Methodologists? Historical Trends in the Society for Political Methodology by: Sara McLaughlin Mitchell, University of Iowa and Christopher H. Achen, Princeton University Mitchell and Achen argue that the Political Methodology Society needs […]

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Making North–South Research Collaborations Work

Making North–South Research Collaborations Work by: Jaimie Bleck,The University of Notre Dame, Chipo Dendere, Amherst College, and Boukary Sangaré, University of Leiden Our paper contributes to the important literature on research collaborations between North and South researchers. Drawing on our […]

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Theme Panel: Democracy and Its Discontents in Africa

Democracy and Its Discontents in Africa What is the state of democracy in Africa? What are the challenges it faces? This roundtable explores how African democracies are faring, and the kind of democratic discontents they […]

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Theme Panel: Information Warfare, Past and Present

Information Warfare, Past and Present With Russian interference in US and Western European elections, information warfare has assumed a fresh salience for scholars of international security. This panel brings together a variety of theoretical and […]

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2016-2017 Faculty Composition Report

The 2016-2017 APSA Departmental Survey: Faculty Composition Report analyzes the size and rank of faculty, including the number of new hires, at political science departments in the United States. Average faculty size and the proportions […]

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#Solidarityisforwhitewomen: Exploring the Opportunities for Mobilizing Digital Counter Claims

#solidarityisforwhitewomen: Exploring the Opportunities for Mobilizing Digital Counter Claims by Malin Holm, Uppsala University, and Jorge Humberto Ojeda Castro, Uppsala University This article shows how the inclusive design of social media platforms can facilitate the preservation of positions of […]