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They want to know why article on international nongovernmental organizations was illustrated with a photograph of a young Asian woman.
New global survey of those in positions of influence finds that 44 percent have a degree in social sciences. Another 11 percent studied humanities.
Seeing an opportunity to promote political science research to a wider audience, "The Monkey Cage" blog joins The Washington Post.
Senate vote to bar support from the NSF has many scholars wondering whether their discipline needs a new strategy. Also being debated: Was an exception to the ban a win for research or a loss on principle?
Senate votes to ban federal funding for most political science research and to restore tuition assistance to active-duty service members.
House-passed bill, driven by concerns about “meritless” research, would bar National Science Foundation from spending funds on political science research.
Political science professors discuss obligation to explore current controversies in class. But they need to be ready for the student who asks, "Can't we just nuke them all?"
The American Statistical Association seeks to embrace science's inherent complexity and push for more data transparency by rejecting a common, oversimplified measure of statistical significance.
More ABDs are starting full job searches, and fewer of those in the expanded pool are landing faculty positions, study finds.
Political scientists debate standards adopted by leading publications.
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