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  • Breaking Down the Principles of Political Science November 18, 2022
    Teaching Political Science at a Community College: Resource Set One LaTasha DeHaan, Elgin Community College The Center for Urban Education at the University of Southern California explains that the term equity-mindedness “refers to the perspective or mode of thinking exhibited … The post Breaking Down the Principles of Political Science appeared first on APSA.
  • Re-Imagining the Introduction to American Politics Course November 18, 2022
    Teaching Political Science at a Community College: Resource Set One Christina Sciabarra, Bellevue College I teach at a large community college on the east side of Seattle (lands of the Duwamish, Muckleshoot, Snoqualmie tribes and other Coast Salish … The post Re-Imagining the Introduction to American Politics Course appeared first on APSA.
  • Community Mapping Assignment November 18, 2022
    Teaching Political Science at a Community College: Resource Set One Helen Chang, Hostos Community College, City University of New York While much of the course content in Introduction to American Government and Politics courses centers on the federal government and … The post Community Mapping Assignment appeared first on APSA.
  • Importance of Undergraduate Research at Community Colleges November 18, 2022
    Teaching Political Science at a Community College: Resource Set One Terry L. Gilmour, Midlands College Much has been written about the importance of undergraduate students doing research.  Nearly 40 percent of UC Davis undergraduates participate in research activities.  They explain … The post Importance of Undergraduate Research at Community Colleges appeared first on APSA.
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  • Partisanship and Political Learning: Lessons from Training Politicians November 28, 2022
    Partisanship and Political Learning: Lessons from Training Politicians By Maxwell A. Cameron, The University of British Columbia, Alessandra Ribeiro, The University of British Columbia, Gerald Baier, The University of British Columbia, Spencer McKay, The University [...] The post Partisanship and Political Learning: Lessons from Training Politicians appeared first on .
  • It’s a Bit Inappropriate: UK Students’ Negative Perceptions of Using Humor in Teaching Politics November 22, 2022
    It’s a Bit Inappropriate: UK Students’ Negative Perceptions of Using Humor in Teaching Politics  By Alexander P. Martin, Mediterranean Institute of Technology, South Mediterranean University, Tunis, Tunisia The benefits of using humor in teaching have [...] The post It’s a Bit Inappropriate: UK Students’ Negative Perceptions of Using Humor in Teaching Politics appeared first on […]
  • Experiential Learning Exercises’ Effects on Students’ Attitudes Toward the Global Poor November 21, 2022
    Experiential Learning Exercises’ Effects on Students’ Attitudes Toward the Global Poor By Robert Nyenhuis, Cal Poly Pomona, Pomona and Joshua C. Gellers, University of North Florida How do we, as political science instructors, ensure that [...] The post Experiential Learning Exercises’ Effects on Students’ Attitudes Toward the Global Poor appeared first on .
  • Creative Pedagogy in IR Examination. When Fiction Unleashes the Learning Process November 18, 2022
    Creative Pedagogy in IR Examination. When Fiction Unleashes the Learning Process By Frédéric Ramel, Sciences Po, Center for International Studies (CERI CNRS) and Anaëlle Vergonjeanne, Sciences Po, Center for International Studies (CERI CNRS) Several researchers [...] The post Creative Pedagogy in IR Examination. When Fiction Unleashes the Learning Process appeared first on .
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  • Does Receiving Government Assistance Shape Political Attitudes? Evidence from Agricultural Producers November 30, 2022
    Does Receiving Government Assistance Shape Political Attitudes? Evidence from Agricultural Producers By Sarah F. Anzia, University of California, Jake Alton Jares and Neil Malhotra, Stanford University When individuals receive benefits from government programs, does it [...] The post Does Receiving Government Assistance Shape Political Attitudes? Evidence from Agricultural Producers appeared first on .
  • Can Courts in Nondemocracies Deter Election Fraud? De Jure Judicial Independence, Political Competition, and Election Integrity November 29, 2022
    Can Courts in Nondemocracies Deter Election Fraud? De Jure Judicial Independence, Political Competition, and Election Integrity By Cole J. Harvey, Oklahoma State University Many nondemocracies hold multiparty elections while also adopting institutions of de jure [...] The post Can Courts in Nondemocracies Deter Election Fraud? De Jure Judicial Independence, Political Competition, and Election Integrity appeared […]
  • #GiveAPSA on Giving Tuesday November 29, 2022
    Today, November 29, please join APSA for Giving Tuesday; an annual, global celebration of philanthropy and generosity. Giving Tuesday kicks off the charitable season and serves as an opportunity for members and supporters of the [...] The post #GiveAPSA on Giving Tuesday appeared first on .
  • Partisanship and Political Learning: Lessons from Training Politicians November 28, 2022
    Partisanship and Political Learning: Lessons from Training Politicians By Maxwell A. Cameron, The University of British Columbia, Alessandra Ribeiro, The University of British Columbia, Gerald Baier, The University of British Columbia, Spencer McKay, The University [...] The post Partisanship and Political Learning: Lessons from Training Politicians appeared first on .