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Partisan Polarization Is the Primary Psychological Motivation behind Political Fake News Sharing on Twitter

Partisan Polarization Is the Primary Psychological Motivation behind Political Fake News Sharing on Twitter By Mathias Osmundsen, Alexander Bor, Peter Bjerregaard Vahlstrup, Anja Bechmann, Michael Bang Petersen, Aarhus University The rise of “fake news” is […]

Annual Conference

Theme Panel: The U.S. Campaign Finance System and Consequences for Representation

The U.S. Campaign Finance System and Consequences for Representation In-Person Full Paper Panel Co-sponsored by Division 35: Political Organizations and Parties Participants: (Chair) Jay Goodliffe, Brigham Young University; (Discussant) Jay Goodliffe, Brigham Young University; (Discussant) […]

Diversity Fellowship Program

Meet DFP Spring Fellow, Misha Cornelius, Howard University

The APSA Diversity Fellows Program (DFP) is a fellowship competition for individuals from underrepresented backgrounds applying to or in the early stages of doctoral programs in political science. The DFP was established in 1969 (originally […]

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Nonunitary Parties, Government Formation, and Gamson’s Law

Nonunitary Parties, Government Formation, and Gamson’s Law By Gary W. Cox, Stanford University Following the coalition literature highlighting intraparty politics (e.g., Giannetti and Benoit 2009; Laver 1999; Strøm 2003), I address the well-known “portfolio allocation […]

Annual Conference

Theme Panel: The Problem of Knowledge Cumulation

The Problem of Knowledge Cumulation Virtual Full Paper Panel Participants: (Chair) John Gerring, University of Texas, Austin; (Discussant) Arthur Lupia, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor; (Discussant) Erin Hartman, UCLA; (Discussant) Julio Saul Solís Arce, WZB […]

Diversity Fellowship Program

Meet DFP Spring Fellow, Micah English, Yale University

The APSA Diversity Fellows Program (DFP) is a fellowship competition for individuals from underrepresented backgrounds applying to or in the early stages of doctoral programs in political science. The DFP was established in 1969 (originally […]

Annual Conference

Theme Panel: Support for Reproducibility in Political Science

Support for Reproducibility in Political Science Virtual Roundtable Participants: (Chair) Limor Peer, Yale University; (Presenter) Florio Arguillas, Cornell University; (Presenter) Thu-Mai Lewis Christian; (Presenter) Alexander Coppock, Yale University; (Presenter) Conor M. Dowling, University of Mississippi; […]