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Democracy and Depression: A Cross-National Study of Depressive Symptoms and Nonparticipation

Democracy and Depression: A Cross-National Study of Depressive Symptoms and Nonparticipation By Claudia Landwehr, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz and Christopher Ojeda, University of Tennessee Depression is the most common mental health disorder. It has consequences […]

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Resource of the Week: African American Politics Syllabi & Assignments

African American Politics Syllabi & Assignments by Sherri L. Wallace, University of Louisville This course examines the relationship between African Americans race history and the American political system via political behavior research: political socialization, organization, […]

American Political Science Review

How to Fundraise for Stigmatized Groups

In the APSA Public Scholarship Program, graduate students in political science produce summaries of new research in the American Political Science Review. This piece, written by Eun A Jo, covers the new article by Katerina […]

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Civic Education: Information Evaluation, Political Deliberation and Critical Thinking at a Federal Courthouse

Civic Education: Information Evaluation, Political Deliberation and Critical Thinking at a Federal Courthouse by Nattawan Junboonta, Doctoral Candidate, Rutgers University This essay originally appeared in the Political Science Educator’s Spring 2019 issue. In recent years, it […]

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Citizens as Complicits: Distrust in Politicians and Biased Social Dissemination of Political Information

Citizens as Complicits: Distrust in Politicians and Biased Social Dissemination of Political Information By Troels Bøggild, Lene Aarøe and Michael Bang Petersen, Aarhus University Widespread distrust in politicians is often attributed to the way elites […]

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Attributing Policy Influence under Coalition Governance

Attributing Policy Influence under Coalition Governance By David Fortunato, University of California, San Diego, Nick C. N. Lin, Academia Sinica, Randolph T. Stevenson, Rice University and Mathias Wessel Tromborg, Aarhus University In the overwhelming majority […]