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Part 2: Interview Series: Critical Pedagogy & Identity in the Political Science Classroom

Dr. Julia Jordan-Zachery, University of North Carolina, Charlotte/incoming Wake Forest University), chair of APSA’s Teaching & Learning Policy committee, answers these questions in three interviews with political science faculty. Critical Pedagogy & Identity in the Political […]

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Part 1: Interview Series: Critical Pedagogy & Identity in the Political Science Classroom

Dr. Julia Jordan-Zachery, University of North Carolina, Charlotte/incoming Wake Forest University), chair of APSA’s Teaching & Learning Policy committee, answers these questions in three interviews with political science faculty. Critical Pedagogy & Identity in the Political […]

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Medicare for All, Some, or None? Testing the Effects of Ambiguity in the Context of the 2020 Presidential Election

Medicare for All, Some, or None? Testing the Effects of Ambiguity in the Context of the 2020 Presidential Election By Elizabeth N. Simas, University of Houston Political scientists have long contemplated whether candidates are better […]

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