by Marijke Breuning, Jeremy Backstrom, Jeremy Brannon, Benjamin Isaak Gross, and Michael Widmeier The double-blind peer review process is central to publishing in academic journals, but it also relies heavily on the voluntarily efforts of anonymous […]
Listen to the series of soundbites via NPR on the 2016 presidential race and political endorsements for candidates. Comments featured Lynn Vavreck, a professor of political science and communication studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. […]
The Woodrow Wilson Award is given for the best book on government, politics, or international affairs. The award is sponsored by the Woodrow Wilson Foundation at Princeton University. The Recipients are Ben W. Ansell, University […]
by Mariano E. Bertucci Graduate students and young scholars with a passion for making a difference in the real world through research are often advised to put those dreams to rest until after tenure. This contributes to […]
Sheldon S. Wolin, a political theorist whose landmark 1960 book “Politics and Vision” shifted the center of gravity back to politics, rather than economics or sociology, in the field of political science, and who went […]
The #APSA2003 Annual Meeting took in Philadelphia, Penn. Below are some highlights.
by Newly Paul Several scholars have studied the effects of political endorsements on people’s voting choices. However, fewer have studied the factors that determine whether campaigns use endorsements in political ads. Examining the contextual and strategic factors […]
APSA’s most recent research support symposium, held at the 2015 Annual Meeting, informed members of funding opportunities available from a range of resources and included practical tips for successful grant writing. The symposium included speakers […]