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The Role of Social Group Membership on Classroom Participation

The Role of Social Group Membership on Classroom Participation by Şule Yaylacı, University of British Columbia and Edana Beauvais, University of British Columbia Active and cooperative learning is integral to many social science classes as they increase student […]

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Helicopter Parenting and the Policy Attitudes of College Students

Helicopter Parenting and the Policy Attitudes of College Students by Kerri Milita, Illinois State University and Jaclyn Bunch, University of South Alabama Helicopter parenting is a phenomenon that is attracting sizable attention from university administrators and instructors. We […]

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US Territorial Citizenship Today: Four Interpretations

US Territorial Citizenship Today: Four Interpretations by Charles R. Venator-Santiago, University of Connecticut The United States presently possesses five inhabited unincorporated territories, namely Puerto Rico, the United States Virgin Islands, Guam, American Samoa, and the Commonwealth […]

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Presidents, Baseball, and Wins above Expectations

Presidents, Baseball, and Wins above Expectations: What Can Sabermetrics Tell Us about Presidential Success?: Why Ronald Reagan is like Bobby Cox and Lyndon Johnson is like Joe Torre by Manuel P. Teodoro, Texas A&M University and Jon […]

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Negating the Gender Citation Advantage in Political Science

Negating the Gender Citation Advantage in Political Science by Amy L. Atchison, Valparaiso University Open-access (OA) advocates have long promoted OA as an egalitarian alternative to traditional subscription-based academic publishing. The argument is simple: OA gives everyone […]

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Tripping Constructivism

TRIPping Constructivism by Ayşe Zarakol, University of Cambridge The Teaching, Research, and International Policy (TRIP) surveys have become the authoritative source for making sense of the discipline of international relations (IR) as a global field […]