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Diagnosis versus Ideological Diversity

Diagnosis versus Ideological Diversity by Phillip W. Gray, Texas A&M University at Qatar Phillip W. Gray’s contribution argues that a lack of ideological diversity within political science can be detrimental to research within the discipline. […]

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A Classroom Simulation of the Syrian Conflict

A Classroom Simulation of the Syrian Conflict by Richard W. Frank and Jessica Genauer, Australian National University This article describes a semester-long classroom simulation of the Syrian conflict designed for an introductory international relations (IR) course. The […]

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A Liberal Polity: Ideological Homogeneity in Political Science

A Liberal Polity: Ideological Homogeneity in Political Science by Mark Carl Rom, Georgetown University “Democratic professors vastly outnumber Republicans in political science in American higher education. Does this create problems for teaching, service, and scholarship? […]

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Job Mobility, Tenure, and Promotions in Political Science PhD-Granting Departments, 2002–2017: Cohort, Gender, and Citation-Count Effects

Job Mobility, Tenure, and Promotions in Political Science PhD-Granting Departments, 2002–2017: Cohort, Gender, and Citation-Count Effects by Hannah June Kim and Bernard Grofman, University of California, Irvine Using updated data from 2002 and 2017 on […]