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My Group or Myself? How Black, Latino, and White Americans Choose a Neighborhood, Job, and Candidate when Personal and Group Interest Diverge

My Group or Myself? How Black, Latino, and White Americans Choose a Neighborhood, Job, and Candidate when Personal and Group Interest Diverge By Jennifer Hochschild, Harvard University, Spencer Piston, Boston University and Vesla Mae Weaver, […]

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Ethics, Epistemology, and Openness in Research with Human Participants

Ethics, Epistemology, and Openness in Research with Human Participants By Diana Kapiszewski, Georgetown University and Elisabeth Jean Wood, Yale University The political science discipline has recently engaged in contentious debate about the value of “research […]

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Pre-Analysis Plans: An Early Stocktaking

Pre-Analysis Plans: An Early Stocktaking By George K. Ofosu, London School of Economics and Political Science and Daniel N. Posner, University of California, Los Angeles Pre-analysis plans (PAPs) have been championed as a solution to […]

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Rethinking the Study of Electoral Politics in the Developing World: Reflections on the Indian Case

Rethinking the Study of Electoral Politics in the Developing World: Reflections on the Indian Case By Adam Michael Auerbach, American University, Jennifer Bussell, University of California, Berkeley, Simon Chauchard, Florida SouthWestern State College, Francesca Refsum […]