APSA

Interdependence, Communication, and Aggregation: Transforming Voters into Electorates

The 2016 Ithiel de Sola Pool Lecture: Interdependence, Communication, and Aggregation: Transforming Voters into Electorates by Robert Huckfeldt, University of California, Davis Random samples of discrete, independently drawn citizens encourage an atomized view of democratic electorates. While […]

Journals

PS: Political Science & Politics’s Winter Hiatus

The PS: Political Science & Politics Editorial Team will not be accepting new manuscripts for the two-week period from December 23, 2016–January 6, 2017 for the holiday break. We encourage you to submit your manuscripts in […]

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 […]

APSA

Becoming a Stop on the Road to the White House, Using a University Protocol to Govern Candidate Visits

Becoming a Stop on the Road to the White House, Using a University Protocol to Govern Candidate Visits Karen M. Kedrowski, Winthrop University Katarina Duich Moyon, Winthrop University Winthrop University capitalized upon South Carolina’s early presidential […]