Journals

The Language of Right-Wing Populist Leaders: Not So Simple

The Language of Right-Wing Populist Leaders: Not So Simple By Duncan McDonnell, Griffith University and Stefano Ondelli, Università degli Studi di Trieste Political scientists have long asserted that populists use simpler language than their mainstream […]

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Educate Editor’s Review: How Political Science is Teaching the 2020 Election’s Aftermath

by Bennett Grubbs  Amid a tumultuous election season and presidential transition, political science faculty face unique challenges in the classroom. How are faculty organizing their post-election classes? What materials are best-suited to help undergraduates understand […]

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Resource of the Week: Graduate Identity Politics Syllabus

Graduate Identity Politics Syllabus by Hakeem Jefferson Whether one considers the partisan and electoral choices citizens make or the judgments citizens render in response to officer-involved shootings or other salient social and political events, the […]

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Rethinking the Undergraduate Political Science Major

Rethinking the Undergraduate Political Science Major by John Ishiyama, University of North Texas This essay originally appeared in the Political Science Educator’s Summer 2019 issue From May 31 to June 2, a major conference was held in […]

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When Does Diffusing Protest Lead to Local Organization Building? Evidence from a Comparative Subnational Study of Russia’s “For Fair Elections” Movement

When Does Diffusing Protest Lead to Local Organization Building? Evidence from a Comparative Subnational Study of Russia’s “For Fair Elections” Movement By Jan Matti Dollbaum, Universität Bremen Under what conditions do nation-wide mass protests in […]