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Meghan Condon
Assistant Prof. of Political Science
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Meghan Condon 23h
Go Ramblers! has the most improved undergrad voting rate of any large, private, 4-year university in this year’s !
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Meghan Condon Nov 12
Hey educators! The Supreme Court’s process can lead to confusion. Let students know: “DACA renewals are still open after Nov. 12, 2019. If you are a DACA recipient and your DACA expires before the end of 2020, you should RENEW as soon as possible, even after Nov. 12.”
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Emily M. Farris Nov 12
These are our students he is talking about. No. Every DACA student I’ve had the privilege of knowing and teaching has been hard working, dedicated, and kind. America expects the world of them and gives them so little in return. Do not talk about my students this way.
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Meghan Condon Nov 11
This weekend 150 doctors, students, and providers used their time and talent to make Chicago welcoming and safe. THANK YOU for your important work and Dr. Amy Blair ()
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Meghan Condon Oct 17
Are you looking for the Opportunity Atlas?
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Meghan Condon Oct 16
Thanks, Amber! New to this twitter game and appreciate the bump!
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Meghan Condon Oct 16
Highlight of last night’s debate at my house: 6-year-old: I think the woman in purple is the best 9-year-old: Which one? Me: realizing my kids are growing up thinking it’s totally unsurprising to see two women in purple on a presidential debate stage
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Meghan Condon Oct 14
Thanks!!
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Meghan Condon Oct 14
Thanks, Michael!
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Meghan Condon Oct 14
Replying to @meganehatch
Thanks, Megan!
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Meghan Condon Oct 11
Thanks, Ken! When you distracted me from that Classics major 20 years ago with your amazing Intro to American Politics course, who knew it would end up here?
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Meghan Condon Oct 11
Heavy lift: decrease class segregation. Easier: use upward comparison in political messages. One problem remains - comparing w/ the rich moves opinion but also demobilizes. We argue pairing it with messages of solidarity may be the answer.
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Meghan Condon Oct 11
(3/3) Evidence comes from experiments, surveys, and qualitative data (descriptions Americans give in their own words of the rich and poor, and how cross-class comparisons make them feel) – all with nationally representative samples.
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Meghan Condon Oct 11
(2/3) When less-advantaged Americans compare with the rich, they become more accurate about their own status and want more from government. But American society is increasingly structured to prevent these upward comparisons.
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Meghan Condon Oct 11
(1/3) US politics is insulated from rising inequality because of countervailing forces: economic segregation, anxiety, and racial/gender divides. These limit Americans’ opportunities and desires to make social comparisons with the rich.
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Meghan Condon Oct 11
Just got the cover design for my book with . It's starting to feel real! Thanks, design team. You nailed it!
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Meghan Condon Oct 10
Following advice from and here. Thanks for your important work!
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Meghan Condon Oct 10
Hey folks: submit to today. Let’s make sure we get a can’t-miss slate of panels showing that and stuff about class and inequality! Roundtables, full panels, author-meets-critics welcome.
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Meghan Condon Oct 10
We’re hiring in IR . Come join our awesome department and find out that writing is easier with a view like this!
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Meghan Condon Sep 21
Count me in. Thank you!
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