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How Do Racial Appeals Work in American Politics? Stephens-Dougan Book Investigates "Racial Distancing"

Much social science research over the years focuses on how white, usually Republican, candidates use negative racial appeals and race in campaigns...

Is the Supreme Court a Guardian or Player?

Chief Justice Roberts writes an annual report on the state of the Supreme Court, and reminded readers just a few months ago that “The Judiciary is...

How Do People Get "Hooked" on Politics? Where Does Political Interest Come From, and Why Does It Matter?

Markus Prior, Professor of Politics and Public Affairs at Princeton and a CSDP Faculty Associate, has been researching the origins and influence...

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Neil O'Brian, 2020-2021 CSDP Fellow: Social Groups and Ideological Constraint: Fresh Evidence on an Old Theory

 
 
 
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Emily West, University of Pittsburgh and CSDP: Women’s Descriptive Representation and the Labor Market: Lowered Expectations of Discrimination and Increased Likelihood of Applying to Jobs”

 
 
 
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Adam Meirowitz, University of Utah: Electoral Competition, Biased Media and By-product learning

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Jaclyn Kaslovsky, 2020-2021 CSDP Fellow: The Upper Chamber at Home: How Senators Interact with Constituents and Shape the Personal Vote

 
 
 
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Christopher Karpowitz, BYU: Social Contact and Immigration Attitudes: A Study of LDS Missionaries

12:00 pm to 1:20 pm
12:00 pm Oct 29, 2020 to 1:20 pm Oct 29, 2020