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Moral Power: How Public Opinion on Culture War Issues Shapes Partisan Predispositions and Religious Orientations

Moral Power: How Public Opinion on Culture War Issues Shapes Partisan Predispositions and Religious Orientations by Paul Goren, University of Minnesota & Christopher Chapp, St. Olaf College Standard public opinion theories assume that most people base their positions […]

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It’s Not Just What You Have, but Who You Know: Networks, Social Proximity to Elites, and Voting in State and Local Elections

It’s Not Just What You Have, but Who You Know: Networks, Social Proximity to Elites, and Voting in State and Local Elections by Matthew T. Pietryka, Florida State University & Donald A. Debats, Flinders University Do our interpersonal […]

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Meet MFP Fellow, Jose Gomez

Jose Gomez, (RBSI 2016) a senior at Binghamton University, is a McNair Scholar and has participated in several independent studies across various disciplines. Jose is also a 2016 APSA Ralph Bunche Scholar and has presented research […]

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Taking Sides in Wars of Attrition

Taking Sides in Wars of Attrition by Robert Powell, University of California, Berkeley Third parties often have a stake in the outcome of a conflict and can affect that outcome by taking sides. This paper studies […]

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Xenophon on the Psychology of Supreme Political Ambition

Xenophon on the Psychology of Supreme Political Ambition by Lorraine Smith Pangle, University of Texas at Austin This study illuminates Xenophon’s teaching about the underlying psychological motives of the most fully developed political ambition. An analysis […]

Journals

Teaching Students to Engage with Evidence

Teaching Students to Engage with Evidence: An Evaluation of Structured Writing and Classroom Discussion Strategies by Steffen Blings, Cornell University & Sarah Maxey, Cornell University In their transition to college, students often struggle to identify and make […]