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Source(s):Chronicle of Higher Education. 11/11/2016, Vol. 63 Issue 12, pA3-A3. 1p. 1 Color Photograph.
Abstract:Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including "Why I Curse in Class," "How Political Science Gets Politics Wrong," and "Micro-Barriers Loom Large for First-Generation Students."
Source(s):Chronicle of Higher Education. 1/15/2016, Vol. 62 Issue 18, p9-9. 1p.
- Kafka, Alexander C.
Abstract:The author discusses aspects of democratic oversight of the European Central Bank. The author is critical on the blogs about a Monkey Cage which associate the increase of political-science public engagement in the U.S. The author also argues the effect...
Source(s):Chronicle of Higher Education; 11/28/97, Vol. 44 Issue 14, pA28, 5p, 9 Color Photographs
- Lederman, Douglas
Abstract:Considers the work that went into the creation of President Bill Clinton's Hope Scholarship program. The central idea of the plan coming from the Congressional elections of 1994; The assistance for low-income students as central to the plan; The criti...
Stirrings of Democracy in China and Russia Astonish Experts; Sinologists Say Beijing Crackdown Perils Research Under Way: Democracy.
Source(s):Chronicle of Higher Education; 6/28/1989, Vol. 35 Issue 42, pA1-A8, 4p, 1 Black and White Photograph
- Coughlin, Ellen K.
Abstract:The article reports on the democracy movements in Soviet Union (SU) and China, the two leading communist countries in the world. SU will be having an open election on May 1990, which appears to be a steady march toward political liberalization in the c...
Source(s):Chronicle of Higher Education; 3/2/1981, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p17-17, 14p
Abstract:The article reports on the establishment of the Committee for the Free World dedicated to combating the threats to the survival of Western democracies in the U.S. The group stated its aim of altering the climate of confusion and self-denigration that h...
Source(s):Chronicle of Higher Education. 6/8/2012, Vol. 58 Issue 38, pA18-A19. 2p.
- BASKEN, PAUL
Abstract:The article discusses the efforts of several university researchers in the U.S. to examine the impact of genetics and psychology on the political ideology of individuals. Particular focus is given to research by political science professors John R. Alf...