Journals

Review of Sexual Minorities and Politics: An Introduction

Review of Sexual Minorities and Politics: An Introduction By Kevin G. Lorentz II, Wayne State University Increasingly referred to as the “new Civil Rights Movement,” the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) community’s social and political […]

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Review of Model Diplomacy

Review of Model Diplomacy By Nilay Saiya, State University of New York Model Diplomacy is a new interactive foreign policy simulation offered by the Council on Foreign Relations. The simulation uses hypothetical crises based on real-world […]

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SoTL as a Subfield for Political Science Graduate Programs

SoTL as a Subfield for Political Science Graduate Programs By Lee Trepanier, Saginaw Valley State University This article offers a theoretical proposal of how political science graduate programs can emphasize teaching in the discipline by […]

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When are Students Ready for Research Methods? A Curriculum Mapping Argument for the Political Science Major

When are Students Ready for Research Methods? A Curriculum Mapping Argument for the Political Science Major By Matthew L. Bergbower, Indiana State University For many political science programs, research methods courses are a fundamental component […]

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Do Project Pedagogies Make a Difference?

Do Project Pedagogies Make a Difference? by James Simeone, Illinois Wesleyan University & Greg M. Shaw, Illinois Wesleyan University Community-based action research (CBAR) encourages students to view internships and other civic-engagement opportunities as the first steps in […]