Diversity & Inclusion

When Multiplication Doesn’t Equal Quick Addition: Examining Intersectionality as a Research Paradigm

Virtual Issue: Diversity, Inclusiveness, and Inequality The APSA Presidential Task Force Report ‘Political Science in the 21st Century report’, now just over five years old, offered a number of recommendations to the discipline including several […]

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Tocqueville in Jacksonian Context: American Expansionism and Discourses of American Indian Nomadism in Democracy in America

Tocqueville in Jacksonian Context: American Expansionism and Discourses of American Indian Nomadism in Democracy in America by Alison McQueen, Stanford University and Burke A. Hendrix, University of Oregon Tocqueville’s discussion of American Indians in Democracy in America is often read […]

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Transnational Corruption and the Globalized Individual

Transnational Corruption and the Globalized Individual by Alexander Cooley, Barnard College and J. C. Sharman, University of Cambridge We present a new, more transnational, networked perspective on corruption. It is premised on the importance of professional intermediaries who […]

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Public Sociology in the Age of Social Media

Reflection: Public Sociology in the Age of Social Media by Keiran Healy, Duke University I informally examine how the idea of public sociology has been affected by the rise of social media. New social media platforms […]