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The Crowding of Social Isolation: How Personal Relationships Shape Compliance with and Attitudes Towards Social Distancing Policies

The Crowding of Social Isolation: How Personal Relationships Shape Compliance with and Attitudes Towards Social Distancing Policies by Dr. Debra Leiter, University of Missouri-Kansas City The below is a research update from one of APSA’s […]

COVID-19

Rapidly Moving Online in a Pandemic: Intentionality, Rapport, and The Synchronous/Asynchronous Delivery Decision

Rapidly Moving Online in a Pandemic: Intentionality, Rapport, and The Synchronous/Asynchronous Delivery Decision By Joseph W. Roberts, Roger Williams University This article discusses the thought process for shifting courses to online delivery. I taught three […]

Journals

Working Class Blues?

Working Class Blues? By Michael Bernhard, University of Florida, Gainesville and Daniel O’Neill, University of California, Los Angeles We have the honor and privilege to publish this year’s Presidential Address, “Crises, Race, Acknowledgment: The Centrality […]