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Teaching Critical Understandings of Realism through Historical War Simulations

Teaching Critical Understandings of Realism through Historical War Simulations by Elizabeth Mendenhall, University of Rhode Island, and Tarek Tutunji, Johns Hopkins University This article provides a helpful guide for using short simulations in introductory International Relations courses. The […]

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The Clash of Rights

The Clash of Rights: Explaining Attitudes toward a Religious Exemption to the HHS Contraception Mandate by Kate Garand Holmes, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and National Network of Public Health Institutes, and James C. Garand, Louisiana State University In recent years, […]

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Phoning It In: Overcoming Implementation Challenges in Field-Experiment Partnerships

Phoning It In: Overcoming Implementation Challenges in Field-Experiment Partnerships by Brian Robert Calfano, University of Cincinnati The limitations of data generated through observational (e.g., survey) and experimental research in artificial settings (such as laboratories) often compel […]

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Policing Us Sick: The Health of Latinos in an Era of Heightened Deportations and Racialized Policing

Policing Us Sick: The Health of Latinos in an Era of Heightened Deportations and Racialized Policing by Vanessa Cruz Nichols, Indiana University, Alana M. W. LeBrón, University of California, Irvine, and Francisco I. Pedraza, University of California, Riverside In 2016, Donald Trump campaigned […]

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When the World Helps Teach Your Class

When the World Helps Teach Your Class: Using Wikipedia to Teach Controversial Issues by Mark K. Cassell, Kent State University It’s a problem nearly everyone who teaches political science confronts at one time or another: how […]

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Immigration Politics in the 2016 Election

Immigration Politics in the 2016 Election by Xavier Medina Vidal, University of Arkansas When Donald Trump launched his candidacy for US president, he assigned Mexican immigrants and Latinos of all origins a major role in his campaign. Trump’s […]

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Building from Within: Family and the Political Membership of Immigrants

Building from Within: Family and the Political Membership of Immigrants by Marcela García-Castañon, San Francisco State University This study argues that the central mechanism for pushing back is the interconnected nature of an immigrant’s experience, particularly as […]