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Legitimacy and the UN Security Council Agenda

Legitimacy and the UN Security Council Agenda by Brian Frederking, McKendree University and Christopher Patane, University of Missouri Does the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) act as a legitimate organization, or is it guided by the […]

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Higher Education and the Transformation of American Citizenship

Higher Education and the Transformation of American Citizenship by Deondra Rose, Duke University Through much of the twentieth century, a high school diploma was sufficient education to promote socioeconomic security; however, in today’s knowledge economy, […]

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A Territorial State: Geographic Expansion, the US Territories, and an “Introduction to American Politics”

A Territorial State: Geographic Expansion, the US Territories, and an “Introduction to American Politics” by Bartholomew Sparrow, The University of Texas at Austin The 87th annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, held in […]

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Gender in the Journals: Publication Patterns in Political Science

Gender in the Journals: Publication Patterns in Political Science by Dawn Langan, University of Pennsylvania Teele and Kathleen Thelen, Massachusetts Institute of Technology “Gender in the Journals,” by Dawn Teele and Kathleen Thelen examines publication patterns across […]