Press Gallery

Press Gallery: APSA members in the media

A roundup of blogs, articles, and interviews from APSA Members October 16 to October 18, 2018                        The APSA Press Gallery is a roundup of recent blogs, op-eds, podcasts, and interviews featuring political scientists. We are […]

Journals

The Real Reason Liberals Drink Lattes

The Real Reason Liberals Drink Lattes by Diana C. Mutz, University of Pennsylvania and Jahnavi S. Rao, Radnor High School In surveying 1500 Americans — 1,000 of whom were coffee drinkers, researchers discovered that liberals and conservatives are equally […]

APSR

The Right to Strike: A Radical View

The Right to Strike: A Radical View by Alex Gourevitch, Brown University  Workers face a common dilemma when exercising their right to strike. For the worst off workers to go on strike with some reasonable chance of […]

Journals

Process-Tracing Research Designs: A Practical Guide

Process-Tracing Research Designs: A Practical Guide by Jacob I. Ricks, Singapore Management University and Amy H. Liu, University of Texas at Austin Despite the popularity of process-tracing methods in social science research, instructions on developing effective […]

Journals

How International Is Political Science? Patterns of Submission and Publication in the American Political Science Review

How International Is Political Science? Patterns of Submission and Publication in the American Political Science Review by Marijke Breuning, University of North Texas, Ayal Feinberg, University of North Texas, Benjamin Isaak Gross, Jacksonville State University, […]

obituaries

Remembering Professor Lily HM Ling

The passing of LHM (Lily) Ling, professor of International Affairs at the New School, has been a great loss for the International Relations community. Professor Ling recovered from a brain aneurysm she experienced last February, […]