PS-Political Science & Politics

(The TQCC of PS-Political Science & Politics is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Public Support for Environmental Protection: Objective Problems and Subjective Values in 43 Societies314
Habits from Home, Lessons from School: Influences on Youth Civic Engagement162
Anatomy of a Rally Effect: George W. Bush and the War on Terrorism162
How Solid is Mass Support for Democracy—And How Can We Measure It?139
We Are All Social Scientists Now: How Big Data, Machine Learning, and Causal Inference Work Together82
Transparency: The Revolution in Qualitative Research63
The Global Politics of Climate Change: Challenge for Political Science60
Getting the Most from Classroom Simulations: Strategies for Maximizing Learning Outcomes58
The Disproportionate Impact of Voter-ID Requirements on the Electorate—New Evidence from Indiana56
Openness in Political Science: Data Access and Research Transparency50
Presidential Vote Models: A Recount49
The Mass Media as Political Actors48
Exploring Bias in Student Evaluations: Gender, Race, and Ethnicity48
From the Inside Out: Ethnographic Methods in Political Research46
The Danger of Self-Evident Truths46
Situating and Abandoning Geoengineering: A Typology of Five Responses to Dangerous Climate Change41
How Americans Responded: A Study of Public Reactions to 9/11/0139
Understanding the Policy Impact of Electing Women: Evidence from Research on Congress and State Legislatures37
Does Latin America Exist? (And is There a Confucian Culture?): A Global Analysis of Cross-Cultural Differences35
Liberal Learning and the Political Science Major: A Report to the Profession35
Communicating in 140 Characters or Less: Congressional Adoption of Twitter in the 111th Congress35
On the Ethics of Crowdsourced Research34
A Gender Gap in Publishing? Women's Representation in Edited Political Science Books31
Will Open Access Get Me Cited? An Analysis of the Efficacy of Open Access Publishing in Political Science31
Data Access and Research Transparency in the Qualitative Tradition29
Restructuring the Social Sciences: Reflections from Harvard's Institute for Quantitative Social Science29
Effects of Identification Requirements on Voting: Evidence from the Experiences of Voters on Election Day29
Authoritarianism Online: What Can We Learn from Internet Data in Nondemocracies?28
Gender Bias in International Relations Graduate Education? New Evidence from Syllabi28
A New Model for Industry–Academic Partnerships27
No! Formal Theory, Causal Inference, and Big Data Are Not Contradictory Trends in Political Science27
Extreme Philanthropy: Philanthrocapitalism, Effective Altruism, and the Discourse of Neoliberalism26
Big Data, Causal Inference, and Formal Theory: Contradictory Trends in Political Science?25
Democratic Responsiveness? Untangling the Links Between Public Opinion and Policy25
Interviewing Political Elites: Lessons from Russia25
Minority Mayors and the Hollow-Prize Problem25
Why Young Americans Hate Politics, and What We Should Do about It24
Evaluating the Impact of Internet Teaching: Preliminary Evidence from American National Government Classes23
The Desperation Argument for Geoengineering23
Growing Social Inequalities in Youth Civic Engagement? Evidence from the National Election Study23
Sequential or Flexible? The Impact of Differently Structured Political Science Majors on the Development of Student Reasoning23
Bad News, Period22
Toward an Urban Policy Analysis: Incorporating Participation, Multilevel Governance, and “Seeing Like a City”21
Obama's Missed Landslide: A Racial Cost?21
Science Deserves Better: The Imperative to Share Complete Replication Files20
Two Faces of the “Relational Turn”20
The Ethnographic Turn in Political Science: Reflections on the State of the Art19
Registering and Voting with Motor Voter18
Political Language and Political Reality18
Can Big Data Solve the Fundamental Problem of Causal Inference?18
Election Forecasts in 1984: How Accurate Were They?17
Drawing Inferences and Testing Theories with Big Data17
Active and Accountable: Teaching Comparative Politics Using Cooperative Team Learning17
Analyzing Big Data: Social Choice and Measurement17
Comparison with an Ethnographic Sensibility15
Explaining Gender in the Journals: How Submission Practices Affect Publication Patterns in Political Science15
Opinion and Policy: A Global View15
From Thucydides to Mayor Daley: Bad Politics, and a Culture of Corruption?14
Learning by Doing: A Simulation for Teaching How Congress Works14
Studying Substantive Democracy14
Embedding Transferable Skills and Enhancing Student Learning in a Political Science Research Methods Module: Evidence from the United Kingdom14
Audiences and Outcomes in Online and Traditional American Government Classes: A Comparative Two-Year Case Study14
Argo and Zero Dark Thirty: Film, Government, and Audiences14
Sex, Politics, and Public Opinion: What Political Scientists Really Learned From the Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal14
Untangled Web: Internet Use during the 1998 Election14
Of Time and Presidential Election Forecasts14
From Community Engagement to Political Engagement13
Come to the Edge: Role Playing Activities in a Constitutional Law Class13
What Political Scientists Can Learn from the 1993 Electoral Reform in New Zealand13
Survey of Vote-by-Mail Senate Election in the State of Oregon13
Making Movies Active: Lessons from Simulations13
What Is the Value of Social Science? Challenges for Researchers and Government Funders13
Patterns of Publishing in Political Science Journals: An Overview of Our Profession Using Bibliographic Data and a Co-Authorship Network12
Supermajority Rule in the U.S. Senate12
Researching Under Fire: Political Science and Researcher Trauma12
Academic Censorship in China: The Case of The China Quarterly12
Reclaiming Our Past: Linking Theory and Practice12
Contributions of Survey Research to Political Science11
Campaign Dynamics in the 2000 Canadian Election: How the Leader Debates Salvaged the Conservative Party11
Populism and the 2016 American Election: Evidence from Official Press Releases and Twitter11
It's Perot Stupid! The Legacy of the 1992 Perot Movement in the Major-Party System, 1994–200011
You Research Like a Girl: Gendered Research Agendas and Their Implications11
The Blue Wave: Assessing Political Advertising Trends and Democratic Advantages in 201810
Law and Data: The Butterfly Ballot Episode10
Blue Endorsements Matter: How the Fraternal Order of Police Contributed to Donald Trump’s Victory10
The Referendum that Didn't Happen: The Forecasts of the 2000 Presidential Election10
Data Access, Transparency, and Replication: New Insights from the Political Behavior Literature10
Teaching Students to Write for “Real Life”: Policy Paper Writing in the Classroom10
Exploring Multi-Issue Activism10
Replication: A View From the Streets10
Sex, Politics, and Public Opinion: What Political Scientists Really Learned From the Clinton-Lewinsky Scandal10
Living Accountability: Hot Rhetoric, Cool Theory, and Uneven Practice10
Gender Gaps in Perceptions of Political Science Journals9
Lessons from a Decade of Replications at the Quarterly Journal of Political Science9
Experiential Learning in MPA Programs: A Case for Complementarity between Internship and Service Learning Requirements9
Practical Reflexivity and Political Science: Strategies for Relating Scholarship and Political Practice9
Data Access and Research Transparency in the Quantitative Tradition9
The Public Administration of Politics, or What Political Science Could Learn from Public Administration9
Navigating Fieldwork as an Outsider: Observations from Interviewing Police Officers in China9
The End of the Cold War, Attitude Change, and the Politics of Defense Spending9
Learning through Research: Using Data to Train Undergraduates in Qualitative Methods9
The Troubled Future of Colleges and Universities9
What Political Scientists Can Learn from the 1993 Electoral Reform in New Zealand9
Psychological Underpinnings of Post-Truth in Political Beliefs9
Taking Time Seriously: Progressivism, the Business–Social Science Nexus, and the Paradox of American Administrative Reform9
Feminism vs. Family Values: Women at the 1992 Democratic and Republican Conventions9
Disciplines that Forget: Political Science and Ethnography9
Civics Is Not Enough: Teaching Barbarics in K-128
The Public Benefit of Benefit Corporations8
Success in Graduate School and After: Survey Results from the Midwest Region, Part III8
Career Preparation and the Political Science Major: Evidence from Departments8
“Finding” Sectarianism and Strife in Lebanon8
Developing Immersive Simulations: The Potential of Theater in Teaching and Learning in Political Studies8
The 2017 John Gaus Award Lecture: What If We Took Professionalism Seriously?8
Surviving Scandal: The Institutional and Political Dynamics of National and State Executive Scandals8
(Ending) Civil War in the Classroom: A Peacebuilding Simulation8
How Many Citations to Women Is “Enough”? Estimates of Gender Representation in Political Science8
Why Do Practitioners Want to Connect with Researchers? Evidence from a Field Experiment8
The 2015 John Gaus Award Lecture: Vision + Action = Faithful Execution: Why Government Daydreams and How to Stop the Cascade of Breakdowns That Now Haunts It8
Running for Elected Office: A Ten-Week Political Campaign Simulation for Upper-Division Courses8
Can Web Sites Change Citizens? Implications of Web White and Blue 20008
Slack: Adopting Social-Networking Platforms for Active Learning8
Popular Myths About Popular Vote-Electoral College Splits8
Tenure Standards in Political Science Departments: Results from a Survey of Department Chairs8
Protecting the Community: Lessons from the Montana Flyer Project8
Ethnic Studies as a Site for Political Education: Critical Service Learning and the California Domestic Worker Bill of Rights8
Replication, Research Transparency, and Journal Publications: Individualism, Community Models, and the Future of Replication Studies8
Has the Tea Party Era Radicalized the Republican Party? Evidence from Text Analysis of the 2008 and 2012 Republican Primary Debates7
Ranking Political Science Programs: A View from the Lower Half7
The Gender Gap and Experiences with the Welfare State7
Bureaucracy in Japan7
Forecasting House Seats from Generic Congressional Polls: The 2010 Midterm Election7
Reference Rot: An Emerging Threat to Transparency in Political Science7
An Intellectual Confession from a Member of the “Non-White” IR Community: A Friendly Reply to David Lake’s “White Man’s IR”7
The Case for Non-Binary Gender Questions in Surveys7
Ranking Political Science Departments: Do Publications Matter?7
Philanthropy and the Politics of Well-Being7
Political Science and the 21st Century: From Government to Governance7
Teaching Research Methods: An Experiential and Heterodoxical Approach6
The Politics of SimCity6
Systematically Biased Beliefs about Political Influence: Evidence from the Perceptions of Political Influence on Policy Outcomes Survey6
Teaching Large Classes with Clickers: Results from a Teaching Experiment in Comparative Politics6
Ready to Lead on Day One: Predicting Presidential Greatness from Political Experience6
Monumental Decisions: How Direct Democracy Shapes Attitudes in the Conflict over Confederate Memorials6
Introduction to Advancing Philanthropic Scholarship: The Implications of Transformation6
Rational Choice and Biopolitics: A (Darwinian) Tale of Two Theories6
Rational Choice Theories and Politics: A Research Agenda and a Moral Question6
Strata and Stability: Reputations of American Political Scientists6
Leadership at Risk: The Perils of Unilateralism6
From Ivory Tower to Urban Street: Using the Classroom as a Community Research and Development Tool6
Let’s Talk about Sex: Examining the Factors Influencing Congressional Response to #MeToo on Twitter6
How to Influence Government Policy with Your Research: Tips from Practicing Political Scientists in Government6
Political Science and the 21st Century: From Government to Governance6
Contentious Politics in the Trump Era6
Britain (Not) at the Polls, 20016
Domestic Obstacles to International Affairs: The State Department Under Fire at Home6
Bridging the Disciplinary Divide6
The Politics and Policy of Ebola6
The Christian Right and the 1994 Elections: A View from the States6
Introduction to Gender in the Journals, Continued: Evidence from Five Political Science Journals6
Ranking Political Science Programs: A View from the Lower Half6
How “Urban” Is Urban Policy Making?6
Misdirected Backlash: The Evolving Nature of Academia and the Status of Women in Political Science6
Graduate Students Mentoring Graduate Students: A Model for Professional Development6
Comparative Political Science: An Inventory and Assessment since the 1980's6
Political Economy: Policymaking and Industrial Policy in Japan6
Who Publishes in Comparative Politics? Studying the World from the United States5
Making DA-RT a Reality5
Abstract Teaching for a Concrete World: A Lesson from Plato5
The Democratic Syllabus5
Political Legacies: Understanding Their Significance to Contemporary Political Debates5
Discretion in Editorial Decision-Making: The Case of the Journal of Politics5
“Aiming at a Moving Target”: Social Science and the Recent Rebellions in Eastern Europe5
Higher Education in the Twenty-First Century: Innovation, Adaptation, Preservation5
Trust, Transparency, and Replication in Political Science5
The End of Mega Constitutional Politics in Canada?5
Market Design, Manipulation, and Accuracy in Political Prediction Markets: Lessons from the Iowa Electronic Markets5
Analysis of Text-Analysis Syllabi: Building a Text-Analysis Syllabus Using Scaling5
Reducing Political Bias in Political Science Estimates5
From Suffragists to Pink Pussyhats: In Search of Intersectional Solidarity5
The End of Mexico's One-Party Regime5
Home Rule Be Damned: Exploring Policy Conflicts between the Statehouse and City Hall5
On Forecasting the Presidential Vote5
Toward the Integrated Study of Political Communications, Public Opinion, and the Policy-making Process5
Fighting the Battles We Never Could: The Avengers and Post-September 11 American Political Identities5
Rubrics in the Political Science Classroom: Packing a Serious Analytical Punch5
Between the Covers: International Relations in Books5
Superheroes in Hong Kong's Political Resistance: Icons, Images, and Opposition5
Political Corruption in the United States: A Design Draft5
The Role of Faculty in Creating a Positive Graduate Student Experience: Survey Results from the Midwest Region, Part II5
Google Books Ngrams and Political Science: Two Validity Tests for a Novel Data Source5
Faculty Training in Political Science: Results from a Survey of Department Chairs5
Elite Recruitment and Political Leadership5
De-Democratization: The Case of Hungary in a Comparative Perspective5
Primary Colors: A Mixed Blessing for Al Gore5
Continuity Trumps Change: The First Year of Trump’s Administrative Presidency5
All Else Equal in Theory and Data (Big or Small)5
Would Ross Perot Have Won the 1992 Presidential Election Under Approval Voting?5
A Symposium on “The Troubled Future of Colleges and Universities”5
Blogging in the Political Science Classroom5
Negotiating the Third Wave of Feminism in Wonder Woman5
Cases of Convenience? The Divergence of Theory from Practice in Case Selection in Qualitative and Mixed-Methods Research5
Forecasting the 2012 US Presidential Election: Lessons from a State-by-State Political Economy Model5
The Workplace Relevance of the Liberal Arts Political Science BA and How It Might Be Enhanced: Reflections on an Exploratory Survey of the NGO Sector4
The American Political Science Review Hall of Fame: Assessments and Implications for an Evolving Discipline4
Assessing the Effect of Breakout Sessions on Student Success and Satisfaction4
The State of American Political Science: Professor Lowi's View of Our Discipline4
Do Introductory Political Science Courses Contribute to a Racial “Political Efficacy Gap”? Findings from a Panel Survey of a Flagship University4
Thumbs Up: Instructional Support for Sixteen International Politics Texts4
The Comeback Kid: Donald Trump on Election Day in 20164
Undergraduate Moot Court: Student Expectations and Perspectives4
Elections as Theater4
Three Puzzles in Search of an Answer from Political Scientists (with Apologies to Pirandello)4
Mentoring in Political Science4
From Poughkeepsie to Peoria to the Persian Gulf: A Novice's ICONS Odyssey4
Modeling the Future: Lessons from the Gore Forecast4
From Fukuoka to Santiago: Institutionalization of Political Science in Latin America4
A Classroom Simulation of the Syrian Conflict4
Gender, Race/Ethnicity, and Representation in State Legislatures4
Using Tablet Devices and Social Media in a Course about the 2012 US Election Campaign4
Mind the Protest Gap: The Role of Resources in the Face of Economic Hardship4
Report on the 2017 APSA Survey on Sexual Harassment at Annual Meetings4
Improving Accessibility for Students with Visual Disabilities in the Technology-Rich Classroom4
Awkward Independents: What Are Third-Party Candidates Doing on Twitter?4
Symbols as Substance in National Civics Standards4
How Political Science Can Better Communicate Its Value: 12 Recommendations from the APSA Task Force4
Forecasting with Mixed Economic Signals: A Cautionary Tale4
On Our Journey to Achieving Social Equity: The Hits and Misses4
The Discipline of Identification4
Single Conversations Expand Practitioners’ Use of Research: Evidence from a Field Experiment4
Replication: A View From the Streets4
Promoting Diversity and Inclusion through Engagement: The APSA 2018 Hackathon4
Determinants of Salary Dispersion among Political Science Faculty: The Differential Effects of Where You Work (Institutional Characteristics) and What You Do (Negotiate and Publish)4
How To Be a Peer Reviewer: A Guide for Recent and Soon-to-be PhDs4
Where’s the Diplomacy in Diplomacy? Using a Classic Board Game in “Introduction to International Relations”4
Online Teaching and Assessment4
Merging Research and Undergraduate Teaching in Political Behavior Research4
Balance Is a Fallacy: Striving for and Supporting a Life with Integrity4
The Politics of the Superhero4
The Evolution of Protest Research: Measures and Approaches4
Graduate Qualitative Methods Training in Political Science: A Disciplinary Crisis4
On Being a Department Chair4
Midshipmen Form a Coalition Government in Belgium: Lessons from a Role-Playing Simulation4
Reflections on Academia4
Rigged-Election Rhetoric: Coverage and Consequences4
Are We There Yet? Addressing Diversity in Political Science Subfields4
Why Do Students Enroll in Political Science Courses?4
Research Transparency and Data Archiving for Experiments3
Barking Up the Wrong Tree: Why Bo Didn't Fetch Many Votes for Barack Obama in 20123
Biopolitics and Public Policy: Controlling Biotechnology3
The Challenge of the Large Lecture Class: Making it More Like a Small Seminar3
Reflections on Political Internships3
Intellectual Fads in Political Science: The Cases of Political Socialization and Community Power Studies3
Gender, Race, Age, and National Origin Predict Whether Faculty Assign Female-Authored Readings in Graduate Syllabi3
How Collaborations with Undergraduates Improve Both Learning and Research: With Examples from International Development Experiments3
Presidential Prerogative Power: The Case of the Bush Administration and Legislative Power3
Strategies for Improving Gender Diversity in the Methods Community: Insights from Political Methodologists and Social Science Research3
Strategies for Preventive Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution: Scholarship for Policymaking3
The ‘New’ Media and Politics: What Does the Future Hold?3
Research Impact Through Matchmaking (RITM): Why and How to Connect Researchers and Practitioners3
Has Barack Obama Embraced the Unitary Executive?3
Learning from Popular Culture: The “Politics” of Competitive Reality Television Programs3
Evaluating Political Science Research: Information for Buyers and Sellers3
Politics @Pontifex: International Crises and Political Patterns of Papal Tweets3
Survey of Assessment Practices in Political Science3
Empirical Democratic Theory and the Transition from Authoritarianism to Democracy3
Beyond Comparison in Urban Politics and Policy Analysis3
The 2016 John Gaus Lecture: The New Guerrilla Government: Are Big Data, Hyper Social Media and Contracting Out Changing the Ethics of Dissent?3
Uncle Wuffle’s Reflections on Political Science Methodology3
Assessing an Undergraduate Curriculum: The Evolving Roles of Subfields, Methods, Ethics, and Writing for Government Majors3
Tenure in a Chilly Climate3
Hippies, Feminists, and Neocons: Using The Big Lebowski to Find the Political in the Nonpolitical3
Government Formation and Public Policy3
The Disempowerment of the Gender Gap: Soccer Moms and the 1996 Elections3
Continuities in Political Research: Evidence from the APSR Since the 1960s3
From Arguments to Supreme Court Opinions in Planned Parenthood v. Casey3
The Qualitative Data Repository’s Annotation for Transparent Inquiry (ATI) Initiative3
Data Collection, Opportunity Costs, and Problem Solving: Lessons from Field Research on Teachers’ Unions in Latin America3
Shifting Notions of Philanthropy: Themes in Scholarship and Practice3
Cooperation Through Threats: The Northern Ireland Case3
Strategic Voting and the Role of Polls: Evidence from an Embedded Web Survey3
Undergraduate Research-Methods Training in Political Science: A Comparative Perspective3
The BDS Campaign against Israel: Lessons from South Africa3
The Elections, the Economy and Public Opinion: 19843
An Interesting Bias: Lessons from an Academic's Year as a Reporter3
Research and Undergraduate Teaching: A False Divide?3
Intergovernmental Policy Feedback and Urban Responses to Immigrants3
Job Mobility, Tenure, and Promotions in Political Science PhD-Granting Departments, 2002–2017: Cohort, Gender, and Citation-Count Effects3
Let's Not Railroad American Higher Education!3
Race and the Tea Party in the Old Dominion: Split-Ticket Voting in the 2013 Virginia Elections3
Teaching the Politics of Islamic Fundamentalism3
The Christian Right in the Old Dominion: Resurgent Republicans or Holy War?3
A Debut for Approval Voting3
Northern Bourbons: A Preliminary Report on the National Voter Registration Act3
Microcomputer Statistical Packages3
Re-Imagining the Nation: Storytelling and Social Media in the Obama Campaigns3
Hitting Two Birds with One Stone: How Russian Countersanctions Intertwined Political and Economic Goals3
The Supreme Court: From Warren to Burger to Rehnquist3
In-Depth Qualitative Research and the Study of American Political Institutions3
Improving Data Quality in Face-to-Face Survey Research3
The Ups and Downs of Elections, or Look Before You Swing3
Socialism and Equality in Cross-National Perspective3
The Christian Right and the 1994 Elections: A View from the States3
Toward Theory-Based Research in Political Communication3
Improving Social Science: Lessons from the Open Science Movement3
Legislative Explorer: Data-Driven Discovery of Lawmaking3
Making Academic Life “Workable” for Fathers3
The Significance of the 1992 Election3
Field Experiments and Behavioral Theories: Science and Ethics3
Extending Assessment beyond Our Own Programs and Campuses: The National Survey of Student Leaders and the Inter-Campus Consortium for SoTL Research3
From Poughkeepsie to Peoria to the Persian Gulf: A Novice's ICONS Odyssey2
Support Available2
The Small, Remote, or Odd College: Making the Most Out of Your New Teaching Position2
The Politics of Insecurity in the Arab World: A View from Beirut2
An Alternative Account of the Populist Backlash in the United States: A Perspective from Turkey2
Challenges to, and Suggestions for, Merging Research and Teaching in Undergraduate Regional Public Universities2
Coming Soon to Your Department: Institutional Effectiveness Plans2
Lessons from the Integration of Spain and Portugal to the EU2
Some Lessons from Reagan's HUD: Housing Policy and Public Service2
If It Ain't Broke Bad, Don't Fix It A Lot2
The Indian Parliament: How Party Polarization, the Rise of the Media, and Single-Party Dominance Led to the Decline of the Lok Sabha2
An Inverted Logroll: The Charlottetown Accord and the Referendum2
A Review of Herbert Simon's Review of My View of the Discipline2
Prejudice and Tolerance in US Presidential Politics: Evidence from Eight List Experiments in 2008 and 20122
The Assault on Global Education2
Robo-Polls: Taking Cues from Traditional Sources?2
Pop Culture, Twitter, and Study Abroad: Estonia as a Case Study2
The Politics of Government-Funded Research: Notes from the Experience of the Candidate Emergence Study2
An Economic Perspective of Academic Tenure2
The Politics of Universal Health Insurance: Lessons from Past Administrations?2
Why It Is Difficult to Teach Comparative Politics to American Students2
Rebounding on the Tenure Track: Carving Out a Place of Your Own in the Academy2
Reforming the House: Three Moderately Radical Proposals2
Teaching Administrative Ethics with Help from Jefferson2
The Politics of Homelessness2
Measuring Peace from the Bottom Up with the Pasto Indigenous Group in Nariño, Colombia2
A Political Scientist Runs for School Board2
Student-Run Exit Polls 1012
Finding Agency in the Margins: Lessons from Teaching as Immigrant Women of Color2
Christians and Quistians in Minnesota2
Activating the Research Methods Curriculum: A Blended Flipped Classroom2
Introduction: The Decline in Legislative Powers and Rise of Authoritarianism2
Experience and (Civic) Education2
Coattails, Raincoats, and Congressional Election Outcomes2
From Social Security to Health Security? Opinion and Rhetoric in U.S. Social Policy Making2
Academic Careers in Community Colleges2
A Glass Half-Full? No, but Perhaps a Glass Filling: The Contributions of International Politics Research to Policy2
The Supreme Court Appointment Process: Lessons from Filling the Rehnquist and O'Connor Vacancies2
Bipartisan Governing: Possible, Yes; Likely, No2
What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been: Three Decades of Outcomes Assessment in Higher Education2
Casualties and Public Support for Military Conflict with North Korea2
The American Voter in 1932: Evidence from a Confidential Survey2
One Experience is Worth a Thousand Words: Engaging Undergraduates in Field Research on Gender2
Excerpts from First Declaration of Bernard Grofman in Badham v. Eu2
What Role Do Interest Groups Play in House Committees?: A View from Behind the Curtain2
Out of the Past: Theoretical and Methodological Contributions of Congressional History2
The 2017 James Madison Award Lecture: The Ethics of Counting2
Up-to-Date in Kansas City: Reflections on American Federalism2
Local News, Presidential Campaigns, and Citizenship Education: A Reform Proposal2
Research Creativity and Productivity in Political Science: A Research Agenda for Understanding Alternative Career Paths and Attitudes Toward Professional Work in the Profession2
Why the Gender Gap Became News in 19962
What, If Anything, Have We Learned from Presidential Election Forecasting?2
The General Social Survey: A National Data Resource for the Social Sciences2
Using US Senate Delegations from the Same State as Paired Comparisons: Evidence for a Reagan Realignment2
The Personal is Political: Thinking Through the Clinton/Lewinsky/Starr Affair2
From the Science to the Art of Politics2
President Barack Obama’s Counterterrorism Strategy and Legacy: The Case of Afghanistan2
Netting the Big One: Some Things Candidates (and Departments) Ought to Know … From the Hiring Department's Perspective2
Evaluating the 1986 Congressional Election Forecasts2
Women's Participation in Annual Meetings: Comparative Perspective from ISA2
Report of the Editor of the American Political Science Review, 2001–20022
Negotiating the Nuclear and Humanitarian Crisis on the Korean Peninsula: A Simulation and Teaching Guide2
Political Challenges of the Climate-Changed Society2
Expert vs. Expert: Lessons from Badham v. Eu2
A Survey of Teaching by Graduate Students2
Duplicate Presentations in a Dual World: A Perspective from a Public Administration Political Scientist2
The Quebec Challenge to Canadian Unity2
The Political Science 400: With Citation Counts by Cohort, Gender, and Subfield2
From Rules to Representation: Teaching about the Territories and their Delegates in the US Congress2
The Market as Censor2
The Nature and Consequences of Ideological Hegemony in American Political Science2
Political Views from Below: A Survey of Beijing Residents2
Reforming Campaign Ads2
Information, Knowledge, and Deliberation2
Encountering Resistance: Qualitative Insights from the Quantitative Sampling of Ex-Combatants in Timor-Leste2
Climate Change Justice2
Death, Where Is Thy Sting? The Senate as a Ponce (de Leon) Scheme2
New Directions in Legislative Research: Lessons from Inside Congress2
Too Much of a Good Thing: More Representative is Not Necessarily Better2
Data from the Dark Side: Notes on Archiving Political Conflict and Violence2
Ten Years of Affirmative Action and the Changing Status of Women in Political Science2
Reforming the Conference Presentation, or What We Can Learn from Hollywood2
Partisan Affiliation in Political Science: Insights from Florida and North Carolina2
Retreading Familiar Terrain—Bias, Peer Review, and the NSF Political Science Program2
Building Research Infrastructures to Study Digital Technology and Politics: Lessons from Switzerland2
Teaching Politics Abroad: The Internationalization of a Profession?2
Teaching Theory, Writing Policy: Integrating Lessons from Foggy Bottom into the Classroom2
When Winning Is Really Losing: Teaching Awards and Women Political Science Faculty2
Best Practices for Normalizing Parents in the Academy: Higher- and Lower-Order Processes and Women and Parents’ Success2
The 1984 Election: The Irrelevance of the Campaign2
Easing the Transition: From Doctoral Student to Academic Professional2
Decision Making at the State and Local Level: Does Science Matter?2
The Politics of Government-Funded Research: Notes from the Experience of the Candidate Emergence Study2
The Polarizing Effect of a Partisan Workplace2
Failure in the Tenure Process: We Can Do Better2
Electronic Advocacy: Interest Groups and Public Policy Making2
Reflections from Inside the Beltway: How Congress and the President Grapple with Health Policy2
The Future for a New Directorate2
Conclusion: Toward a Theory of Legislative Decline2
The Group Case Study in Political Science Teaching: A Report2
“We're Off to Replace the Wizard”: Lessons from a Collaborative Group Project Assignment2
Political Subjectivity and Presidential Campaign Ads2
Learning to “Play the Game as Men Do”: How the General Federation of Women’s Clubs Brought Political Science to Women2
Whither the Political Science Major at Liberal Arts Colleges?2
The Qualifying Field Exam: What Is It Good For?2
Urban Protest in the European Union2
Do Campaign Finance Reforms Insulate Incumbents from Competition? New Evidence from State Legislative Elections2
Measuring the Research Productivity of Political Science Departments Using Google Scholar2
Teaching What We Don’t Know2
From the Ivory Tower to the CIA: Reflections from a Career Intelligence Analyst2
Methodological Lessons Learned from Conducting Civic Education Research in High Schools2
Women Make Better Grades Than Men2
Merging Undergraduate Teaching, Graduate Training, and Producing Research: Lessons from Three Collaborative Experiments2
Innovation and the “Ordinary” City? Urban Policy Making in a Digital Age2
The Imperial Superhero2
The Environmental Science/Policy Interface: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries with a Team-Teaching Approach2
From the Editor1
Goal Displacement and the Protection of Human Subjects: The View from Public Administration1
Teaching Green: Experimenting with Green Values in the Classroom1
The “East” Becomes the “South”? The “Autumn of the People” and the Future of Eastern Europe1
On Asterisk Inflation1
Up-to-Date in Kansas City: Reflections on American Federalism1
Forecasting the 1986 Midterm Elections to the House of Representatives1
Do I Have to Take the GRE? Standardized Testing in MPA Admissions1
Reviews of Undergraduate Departments: An External Reviewer's Perspective1
The Quality of Graduate Education in Political Science: A Report on the New Rankings1
Perceptions of Rivalry1
In the Pits: Teaching from the Bottom Up1
Undergraduate Research: A Graduate Student's Experience in Creating a Panel from a Class1
Introduction: Reflections on Scholarship and Fieldwork in the Middle East and North Africa1
The 2016 Election: Like 1888 but not 1876 or 20001
The Voting Rights Act—Whither History?1
The Other Side of the Camera: A TV Reporter's Stint as a Congressional Aide1
Editor's Corner1
Working through the Unworkable? The View from Inside an Institutional Review Board1
Rookie Mistakes: Preemptive Comments on Graduate Student Empirical Research Manuscripts1
More Than Just Hurdles: How Fieldwork Difficulties Provide Insights into Conflict1
Pathways from September 11: Politics, Policy, and State Sovereignty in an Age of Terror1
Feminist Activities at the 1988 Republican Convention1
People in Political Science1
International Migration and Turnout Bias1
America's Declining Industrial Competitiveness: Protectionism, the Marketplace and the State1
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