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Dr. Melissa R Michelson Aug 7
Friends, membership in the Sexuality & Politics section is now large enough to preserve our official standing. Thank you everyone who helped by spreading the word & for joining. I hope to see you all at the biz mtg at & at our fabulous panels
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Jessica Preece May 8
PoliSci women: and I are organizing a hackathon at on how men (individually and in positions of institutional power) can best support women in the discipline. We would love your feedback as we plan. Survey link:
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Ben Epstein Aug 29
Fascinating work by comparing media depictions of drug addiction during crack and opioid crises. Really thorough methodology looking at role of race and geography and class. Such important work.
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Gary Segura Aug 29
Today, I offered the following resolution to the Executive Council of the APSA in response to the decision to present the 2018 Hubert Humphrey Public Service Award to Condoleezza Rice. Regrettably, it failed 6-16 with 6 abstentions.
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Ben Epstein Aug 29
I love how Travis Ridout provides historical context to our current period of misinformation & conspiracy theories. They have happened before and well before the internet, though aspects of how these messages spread may be different today. I love the history.
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Andrew Chadwick Sep 1
If you came to the panel on misinformation on social media yesterday, you can download an open access copy of our paper here Enjoy (or not, given our findings...)
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Ryan Cotter Aug 31
Are your arguments failing to move people? Need a strategy for finding the right message? I am presenting "Why Persuasion Fails: A Network Analysis of Framing Effects" coauthored with at today's Political Communication panel. 12pm in Hynes 302.
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John Lovett Aug 30
My dude, there's a whole discipline that can answer this question for you. We're even having a conference right now
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Christian Grose Sep 1
Confederate memorials more likely to come down in highly Dem. cities & role of black mayors less influential than expected according to paper by Andrea Benjamin, Ray Bloch, Jared Clemons, , &
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Dr. Calla Hummel Jul 29
Hey political scientists! Let's do an Twitter happy hour at McGreevy's at 5:30 on Friday, August 31st. It is two blocks from the conference center, has food, drinks, and appears historic.
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Shannon McGregor, PhD Aug 31
Huge well-deserved congrats to on winning the Doris Graber Outstanding Book Award for her book “Making the News: Politics, the Media & Agenda Setting”
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(((Robert Mickey))) Aug 30
Dear APD-curious or -friendly grad students: come to the Politics & History business meeting (Friday 630 Hynes 304) and reception (730-900 Marriott Dartmouth room) and get FREE DRINKS.
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Erik Knudsen Aug 30
Looking forward to this great panel today. & I will present: “How Agenda Setting Matters for Selective Exposure to Like-Minded News”. We build on a conjoint experiment strategy detailed in a forthcoming paper in Political Communication. Hope to see you there!
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David Cortez Manzano Sep 2
Don’t forget to tip the housecleaners that have been picking up after your messy ass this week, fam.
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Sabrina Karim Sep 1
Humbled and honored that Equal Opportunity Peacekeeping won the Conflict Processes best book award with
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Caroline Brandt Aug 29
Interested in counterinsurgency? Then maybe you'll want to attend 'Explaining Counterinsurgency' at 10am on Saturday! in the Marriott, St. Botolph room. Am I doing this self-promotion thing right?
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Claire Adida Aug 31
Morning run. This, too, is
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Claire Adida Sep 2
You know you have the best colleagues when you run into each other at the airport after a crazy/fun/busy and all agree you will not be talking to each other after boarding.
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Matt Fuhrmann Aug 30
Ready to talk and learn about nukes!
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Hugo Drochon Aug 30
Come to our panel 'Elites, Political Parties, and Democracy's Discontents' today at 10am in Hynes 200! We'll be talking about Pareto, Ostrogorski, Bobbio and Michels - what's not to like!
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