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Let’s Be Heard: Communicating Policy-Relevant Science

Communicating Policy-Relevant Science James N. Druckman, Northwestern University In this article, James N. Druckman explores the practical question of how political science can be best communicated to both policy makers and citizens. He begins by […]

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Let’s Be Heard: Emphasizing the Scholar in Public Scholarship

Emphasizing the Scholar in Public Scholarship Khalilah L. Brown-Dean, Quinnipiac University From Khalilah L. Brown-Dean’s article: Scholars have long debated the state of the discipline, with growing agreement that political science should be more publically […]

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Let’s Be Heard: Read but Not Heard?

Read but Not Heard? Engaging Junior Scholars in Efforts to Make Political Science Relevant By Cheryl Boudreau, University of California, Davis In her article in Let’s Be Heard, Cheryl Boudreau asserts, “Political science as a […]

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Let’s Be Heard! : Political Science Research

Political Science Research: A Proposal for a New and Dynamic Outlet for Communicating Innovative Political Science Research By Adam J. Berinsky, Massachusetts Institute of Technology The first article of Let’s Be Heard! Section II is […]

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An Interview with Dan Schnur

The third interview in Let’s Be Heard! is with Dan Schnur. Professor Schnur is the director of the Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics at the University of Southern California (USC), where he works to […]

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An Interview with Lynn Vavreck

The sixth interview is with Lynn Vavreck, professor of political science and communications studies at University of California, Los Angeles. She writes for both university presses and the New York Times. With John Sides, she […]