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Evaluating the Effectiveness of Adopting Open Educational Resources in an Introductory American Government Course
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Adopting Open Educational Resources in an Introductory American Government Course

In this article, we present findings from a grant-funded initiative to replace traditional, proprietary textbooks with an open content textbook under a Creative Commons license in the introductory American government course (POLS 1101) at Midd [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/15512169.2017.1422739
Type: Journal Articles
International Relations Syllabus, United Nations Simulation and Rubric
International Relations Syllabus, United Nations Simulation and Rubric

These files include a syllabus for an upper-division survey course in international relations; a simulation template for United Nations Security Council using the hypothetical scenario of a zombie pandemic, and associated instructor rubrics fo [...]

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DOI: https://educate.apsanet.org/resource/12-16-2020/international-relations-syllabus-united-nations-simulation-and-rubric
Type: Assignments and Rubrics
Railroads and Reform: How Trains Strengthened the Nation State
Railroads and Reform: How Trains Strengthened the Nation State

This paper examines the relationship between the coming of the railroads, the expansion of primary education, and the introduction of national school curricula. Using fine-grained data on local education outcomes in Sweden in the nineteenth ce [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0007123420000654
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Studying Policy Design Quality in Comparative Perspective
Studying Policy Design Quality in Comparative Perspective

This article is a first attempt to systematically examine policy design and its influence on policy effectiveness in a comparative perspective. We begin by providing a novel concept and measure of policy design. Our Average Instrument Diversit [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0003055421000186
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A Dynamic Model of Speech for the Social Sciences
A Dynamic Model of Speech for the Social Sciences

Abstract: Speech and dialogue are the heart of politics: nearly every political institution in the world involves verbal communication. Yet vast literatures on political communication focus almost exclusively on what words were spoken, entirel [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S000305542000101X
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Why Austerity? The Mass Politics of a Contested Policy
Why Austerity? The Mass Politics of a Contested Policy

Abstract: The effects of austerity in response to financial crises are widely contested and assumed to cause significant electoral backlash. Nonetheless, governments routinely adopt austerity when confronting economic downturns and swelling de [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0003055420001136
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Why Parties Displace Their Voters: Gentrification, Coalitional Change, and the Demise of Public Housing
Why Parties Displace Their Voters: Gentrification, Coalitional Change, and the Demise of Public Housing

Abstract: Across advanced economies, affordable housing shortages are pushing low-income voters out of cities. Left governments frequently exacerbate these shortages by eliminating public housing. Why does the Left pursue policies that displac [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0003055421000058
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From Thin to Thick Representation: How a Female President Shapes Female Parliamentary Behavior
From Thin to Thick Representation: How a Female President Shapes Female Parliamentary Behavior

Abstract: How does the symbolic power of a female president affect female parliamentary behavior? Whereas female descriptive representation has increased around the world, women parliamentarians still face significant discrimination and stereo [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S000305542100006X
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‘Diplomacy is a feminine art’: Feminised figurations of the diplomat
‘Diplomacy is a feminine art’: Feminised figurations of the diplomat

Abstract: The aim of this article is to examine whether and how diplomacy may be gendered, symbolically and rhetorically, using US representations of diplomacy as a case. Prior scholarship on gender and contemporary diplomacy is sparse but has [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0260210520000315
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The births of International Studies in China
The births of International Studies in China

Abstract: This article explores how International Studies as a scientific discipline emerged and developed in China, against the background of a Sinocentric world order that had predominated in East Asia for a long time. The argument of this a [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0260210520000340
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States of ambivalence: Recovering the concept of ‘the Stranger’ in International Relations
States of ambivalence: Recovering the concept of ‘the Stranger’ in International Relations

Abstract: This article revisits and revives the concept of ‘the Stranger’ in theorising international relations by discussing how this figure appears and what role it plays in the politics of (collective) identity. It shows that this concept i [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0260210520000376
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The Brandt Line after forty years: The more North–South relations change, the more they stay the same?
The Brandt Line after forty years: The more North–South relations change, the more they stay the same?

Abstract: The Brandt Line is a way of visualising the world that highlights the disparities and inequalities between the wealthy North and the poorer Global South. Forty years after its popularisation as part of a call for global reform, is th [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S026021052000039X
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Legitimacy under institutional complexity: Mapping stakeholder perceptions of legitimate institutions and their sources of legitimacy in global renewable energy governance
Legitimacy under institutional complexity: Mapping stakeholder perceptions of legitimate institutions and their sources of legitimacy in global renewable energy governance

Abstract: The legitimacy of international institutions has in recent years received growing interest from scholars, yet analyses of stakeholder perceptions of the legitimacy of institutions that coexist within a governance field have been few [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0260210520000431
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Migrant protection regimes: Beyond advocacy and towards exit in Thailand
Migrant protection regimes: Beyond advocacy and towards exit in Thailand

Abstract: International migrants are subject to many types of violence, such as trafficking, detention, and forced labour. We need an improved understanding of what protects migrants from such violence. The concept of ‘migrant protection regim [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0260210520000339
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Military responses to COVID-19, emerging trends in global civil-military engagements
Military responses to COVID-19, emerging trends in global civil-military engagements

Abstract: The COVID-19 pandemic is giving way to increases in military engagements in health-related activities at the domestic level. This article situates these engagements amid issues of continuity, change, and resistance in contemporary re [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0260210521000048
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The gendered politics of researching military policy in the age of the ‘knowledge economy’
The gendered politics of researching military policy in the age of the ‘knowledge economy’

Abstract: This article explores our experiences of conducting feminist interpretive research on the British Army Reserves. The project, which examined the everyday work-Army-life balance challenges that reservists face, and the roles of their [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0260210521000036
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Backlash to policy decisions: how citizens react to immigrants’ rights to demonstrate
Backlash to policy decisions: how citizens react to immigrants’ rights to demonstrate

Abstract: Focusing on one specific aspect of immigrant political integration—how authorities deal with their political right to demonstrate—we show in a large-scale survey experiment that liberal policy decisions permitting demonstrations lead [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/psrm.2020.44
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Shadowing as a Tool for Studying Political Elites
Shadowing as a Tool for Studying Political Elites

Abstract: This article offers a description and discussion of “shadowing” as a data collection and analytic tool, highlighting potential research opportunities related to the direct observation of individuals—principally political elites—in th [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/pan.2020.14
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Measuring Ethnic Bias: Can Misattribution-Based Tools from Social Psychology Reveal Group Biases that Economics Games Cannot?
Measuring Ethnic Bias: Can Misattribution-Based Tools from Social Psychology Reveal Group Biases that Economics Games Cannot?

Abstract: Economics games such as the Dictator and Public Goods Games have been widely used to measure ethnic bias in political science and economics. Yet these tools may fail to measure bias as intended because they are vulnerable to self-pre [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/pan.2020.37
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Understanding, Choosing, and Unifying Multilevel and Fixed Effect Approaches
Understanding, Choosing, and Unifying Multilevel and Fixed Effect Approaches

Abstract: When working with grouped data, investigators may choose between “fixed effects” models (FE) with specialized (e.g., cluster-robust) standard errors, or “multilevel models” (MLMs) employing “random effects.” We review the claims give [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/pan.2020.41
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Equivalence Testing for Regression Discontinuity Designs
Equivalence Testing for Regression Discontinuity Designs

Abstract: Regression discontinuity (RD) designs are increasingly common in political science. They have many advantages, including a known and observable treatment assignment mechanism. The literature has emphasized the need for “falsification [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/pan.2020.43
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Cyber Terrorism and Public Support for Retaliation – A Multi-Country Survey Experiment
Cyber Terrorism and Public Support for Retaliation – A Multi-Country Survey Experiment

Abstract: Does exposure to cyber terrorism prompt calls for retaliatory military strikes? By what psychological mechanism does it do so? Through a series of controlled, randomized experiments, this study exposed respondents (n = 2,028) to tele [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0007123420000812
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Living Together, Voting Together: Voters Moving in Together Before an Election Have Higher Turnout
Living Together, Voting Together: Voters Moving in Together Before an Election Have Higher Turnout

Abstract: Scholars have long noted that couples are more likely to vote compared to individuals who live alone, and that partners' turnout behavior is strongly correlated. This study examines a large administrative dataset containing detailed [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S0007123420000691
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Hate Speech Prosecution of Politicians and its Effect on Support for the Legal System and Democracy
Hate Speech Prosecution of Politicians and its Effect on Support for the Legal System and Democracy

Abstract: This study examined if and for whom prosecution of politicians for hate speech undermines support for the legal system and democracy. Three research designs were combined to investigate the case of Dutch politician Geert Wilders, who [...]

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S000712342000068X
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