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Ethics Abroad: Fieldwork in Fragile and Violent Contexts

Ethics Abroad: Fieldwork in Fragile and Violent Contexts by Kate Cronin-Furman, Harvard University and Milli Lake, London School of Economics The diversity of political spaces, availability of cheap labor, ease of access to powerful figures, and […]

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Gender Bias in Student Evaluations

Gender Bias in Student Evaluations by Kristina M. W. Mitchell, Texas Tech University and Jonathan Martin, Midland College Are Student Evaluations of Teaching (SETs) biased against women? Mounting evidence continues to show that this is the […]

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Simulating Redistricting in the Classroom: A Binding Arbitration Decision Game Using Louisiana Census Data

Simulating Redistricting in the Classroom: A Binding Arbitration Decision Game Using Louisiana Census Data by Peter Miller, University of California, Irvine, Steven Kimbrough, University of Pennsylvania, and Johanna Schacht, University of Pennsylvania We report the design and […]