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  • The Politics of Punishment in the War on Drugs: Race and the Use of Racial Language in Drug Sentencing Policy Reform | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    Honors Awards Newsletter Upcoming Events Calendar Resources Advising Administrative Forms Careers Graduate School Grad Students TAs Internships Related Programs Centers Scholarships Awards Technology Visiting Scholars Students Writing Center About Department Profile Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Research Graduate The Politics of Punishment in the War on Drugs Race and the Use of Racial Language in Drug Sentencing Policy Reform Ann Frost 2014 The Politics of Punishment in the War on Drugs Race and the Use of Racial Language in Drug Sentencing Policy Reform Diss U of Washington Adviser Luis Fraga People Involved Ann Frost Status of Research or Work Completed published Research Type Graduate Dissertations Related Fields Minority and Race Politics Race and Ethnicity Crime and Criminality American Politics Share Print PDF Related Fields American Politics Crime and Criminality Minority and Race Politics Race and Ethnicity Support Political Science Stay Connected Newsletter Sign up News Feed Alumni Update Advising Blog Main Menu People Faculty Adjuncts Staff Graduate Students Alumni Distinguished Alumni Alumni Notes Where are you Hire a UW Ph D Programs Courses Undergraduate What is Political Science Advising Major Minor Honors Internships Research Independent Study Scholarships Awards Transfer Students Writing Center Organizations for Students Careers Graduate School Graduate Program Overview Admissions Courses Funding Requirements Office Policies Student Guide Placement Record Resources Visiting Students Courses Course Catalog Time Schedule Projected Courses Certificate in Advanced Political Studies and Research Courses International Security and Political Economy Option Courses VLPA Courses NW Courses Tips for Getting into Closed Restricted Courses Study Abroad Summer Study Affiliated Centers Center for American Politics and Public Policy CAPPP Center for Communication and Civic Engagement CCCE Center for Environmental Politics CEP Center for Human Rights CHR Center for Social Science Computation Research CSSCR Center for Statistics the Social Sciences CSSS Comparative Law and

    Original URL path: http://www.polisci.washington.edu/graduate/politics-punishment-war-drugs-race-and-use-racial-language-drug-sentencing-policy-reform (2015-10-16)
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  • The Undocumented Threat: Beliefs, Policy Preferences, and the Politics of Immigration | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    the Study of Ethnicity Race and Sexuality WISER Research Publications Dissertations Undergraduate Fields of Interest News Events Recent News Advising Blog Honors Awards Newsletter Upcoming Events Calendar Resources Advising Administrative Forms Careers Graduate School Grad Students TAs Internships Related Programs Centers Scholarships Awards Technology Visiting Scholars Students Writing Center About Department Profile Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Research Graduate The Undocumented Threat Beliefs Policy Preferences and the Politics of Immigration Benjamin Gonzalez 2014 The Undocumented Threat Beliefs Policy Preferences and the Politics of Immigration Diss U of Washington Adviser Luis Fraga Status of Research or Work Completed published Research Type Graduate Dissertations Related Fields Immigration American Politics Share Print PDF Related Fields American Politics Immigration Support Political Science Stay Connected Newsletter Sign up News Feed Alumni Update Advising Blog Main Menu People Faculty Adjuncts Staff Graduate Students Alumni Distinguished Alumni Alumni Notes Where are you Hire a UW Ph D Programs Courses Undergraduate What is Political Science Advising Major Minor Honors Internships Research Independent Study Scholarships Awards Transfer Students Writing Center Organizations for Students Careers Graduate School Graduate Program Overview Admissions Courses Funding Requirements Office Policies Student Guide Placement Record Resources Visiting Students Courses Course Catalog Time Schedule Projected Courses Certificate in Advanced Political Studies and Research Courses International Security and Political Economy Option Courses VLPA Courses NW Courses Tips for Getting into Closed Restricted Courses Study Abroad Summer Study Affiliated Centers Center for American Politics and Public Policy CAPPP Center for Communication and Civic Engagement CCCE Center for Environmental Politics CEP Center for Human Rights CHR Center for Social Science Computation Research CSSCR Center for Statistics the Social Sciences CSSS Comparative Law and Society Studies Center CLASS European Union Center EUC Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies CLS Washington Institute for the Study of

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  • External Actors and Building the Rule of Law: Institutional Responses to Mass Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Africa | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    News Events Recent News Advising Blog Honors Awards Newsletter Upcoming Events Calendar Resources Advising Administrative Forms Careers Graduate School Grad Students TAs Internships Related Programs Centers Scholarships Awards Technology Visiting Scholars Students Writing Center About Department Profile Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Research Graduate External Actors and Building the Rule of Law Institutional Responses to Mass Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Africa Milli Lake 2014 External Actors and Building the Rule of Law Institutional Responses to Mass Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo and South Africa Diss U of Washington Adviser Michael W McCann Status of Research or Work Completed published Research Type Graduate Dissertations Related Fields Comparative Politics Africa Violence and Trauma Share Print PDF Related Fields Africa Comparative Politics Violence and Trauma Support Political Science Stay Connected Newsletter Sign up News Feed Alumni Update Advising Blog Main Menu People Faculty Adjuncts Staff Graduate Students Alumni Distinguished Alumni Alumni Notes Where are you Hire a UW Ph D Programs Courses Undergraduate What is Political Science Advising Major Minor Honors Internships Research Independent Study Scholarships Awards Transfer Students Writing Center Organizations for Students Careers Graduate School Graduate Program Overview Admissions Courses Funding Requirements Office Policies Student Guide Placement Record Resources Visiting Students Courses Course Catalog Time Schedule Projected Courses Certificate in Advanced Political Studies and Research Courses International Security and Political Economy Option Courses VLPA Courses NW Courses Tips for Getting into Closed Restricted Courses Study Abroad Summer Study Affiliated Centers Center for American Politics and Public Policy CAPPP Center for Communication and Civic Engagement CCCE Center for Environmental Politics CEP Center for Human Rights CHR Center for Social Science Computation Research CSSCR Center for Statistics the Social Sciences CSSS Comparative Law and Society Studies Center CLASS European Union Center

    Original URL path: http://www.polisci.washington.edu/graduate/external-actors-and-building-rule-law-institutional-responses-mass-violence-democratic (2015-10-16)
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  • China's New Social Governance | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    Labor Studies CLS Washington Institute for the Study of Ethnicity Race and Sexuality WISER Research Publications Dissertations Undergraduate Fields of Interest News Events Recent News Advising Blog Honors Awards Newsletter Upcoming Events Calendar Resources Advising Administrative Forms Careers Graduate School Grad Students TAs Internships Related Programs Centers Scholarships Awards Technology Visiting Scholars Students Writing Center About Department Profile Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Research Graduate China s New Social Governance Ketty Loeb 2014 China s New Social Governance Diss U of Washington Status of Research or Work Completed published Research Type Graduate Dissertations Related Fields East Asian Comparative Politics Share Print PDF Related Fields Comparative Politics East Asian Support Political Science Stay Connected Newsletter Sign up News Feed Alumni Update Advising Blog Main Menu People Faculty Adjuncts Staff Graduate Students Alumni Distinguished Alumni Alumni Notes Where are you Hire a UW Ph D Programs Courses Undergraduate What is Political Science Advising Major Minor Honors Internships Research Independent Study Scholarships Awards Transfer Students Writing Center Organizations for Students Careers Graduate School Graduate Program Overview Admissions Courses Funding Requirements Office Policies Student Guide Placement Record Resources Visiting Students Courses Course Catalog Time Schedule Projected Courses Certificate in Advanced Political Studies and Research Courses International Security and Political Economy Option Courses VLPA Courses NW Courses Tips for Getting into Closed Restricted Courses Study Abroad Summer Study Affiliated Centers Center for American Politics and Public Policy CAPPP Center for Communication and Civic Engagement CCCE Center for Environmental Politics CEP Center for Human Rights CHR Center for Social Science Computation Research CSSCR Center for Statistics the Social Sciences CSSS Comparative Law and Society Studies Center CLASS European Union Center EUC Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies CLS Washington Institute for the Study of Ethnicity Race and Sexuality WISER Research Publications

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  • The Political Life of Black Infant Mortality | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    Ethnicity Race and Sexuality WISER Research Publications Dissertations Undergraduate Fields of Interest News Events Recent News Advising Blog Honors Awards Newsletter Upcoming Events Calendar Resources Advising Administrative Forms Careers Graduate School Grad Students TAs Internships Related Programs Centers Scholarships Awards Technology Visiting Scholars Students Writing Center About Department Profile Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Research Graduate The Political Life of Black Infant Mortality Annie Menzel 2014 The Political Life of Black Infant Mortality Diss U of Washington Adviser Christine DiStefano Status of Research or Work Completed published Research Type Graduate Dissertations Related Fields Minority and Race Politics Race and Ethnicity Health Policy Children Share Print PDF Related Fields Children Health Policy Minority and Race Politics Race and Ethnicity Support Political Science Stay Connected Newsletter Sign up News Feed Alumni Update Advising Blog Main Menu People Faculty Adjuncts Staff Graduate Students Alumni Distinguished Alumni Alumni Notes Where are you Hire a UW Ph D Programs Courses Undergraduate What is Political Science Advising Major Minor Honors Internships Research Independent Study Scholarships Awards Transfer Students Writing Center Organizations for Students Careers Graduate School Graduate Program Overview Admissions Courses Funding Requirements Office Policies Student Guide Placement Record Resources Visiting Students Courses Course Catalog Time Schedule Projected Courses Certificate in Advanced Political Studies and Research Courses International Security and Political Economy Option Courses VLPA Courses NW Courses Tips for Getting into Closed Restricted Courses Study Abroad Summer Study Affiliated Centers Center for American Politics and Public Policy CAPPP Center for Communication and Civic Engagement CCCE Center for Environmental Politics CEP Center for Human Rights CHR Center for Social Science Computation Research CSSCR Center for Statistics the Social Sciences CSSS Comparative Law and Society Studies Center CLASS European Union Center EUC Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies CLS Washington Institute for

    Original URL path: http://www.polisci.washington.edu/graduate/political-life-black-infant-mortality (2015-10-16)
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  • Children | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    Studies CLS Washington Institute for the Study of Ethnicity Race and Sexuality WISER Research Publications Dissertations Undergraduate Fields of Interest News Events Recent News Advising Blog Honors Awards Newsletter Upcoming Events Calendar Resources Advising Administrative Forms Careers Graduate School Grad Students TAs Internships Related Programs Centers Scholarships Awards Technology Visiting Scholars Students Writing Center About Department Profile Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Children All content tagged with this term Research Graduate Dissertations Annie Menzel 2014 The Political Life of Black Infant Mortality Diss U of Washington Julianna Rig 2011 If only Noah would have killed those two Saving children from malaria one politician at a time Diss U of Washington Support Political Science Stay Connected Newsletter Sign up News Feed Alumni Update Advising Blog Main Menu People Faculty Adjuncts Staff Graduate Students Alumni Distinguished Alumni Alumni Notes Where are you Hire a UW Ph D Programs Courses Undergraduate What is Political Science Advising Major Minor Honors Internships Research Independent Study Scholarships Awards Transfer Students Writing Center Organizations for Students Careers Graduate School Graduate Program Overview Admissions Courses Funding Requirements Office Policies Student Guide Placement Record Resources Visiting Students Courses Course Catalog Time Schedule Projected Courses Certificate in Advanced Political Studies and Research Courses International Security and Political Economy Option Courses VLPA Courses NW Courses Tips for Getting into Closed Restricted Courses Study Abroad Summer Study Affiliated Centers Center for American Politics and Public Policy CAPPP Center for Communication and Civic Engagement CCCE Center for Environmental Politics CEP Center for Human Rights CHR Center for Social Science Computation Research CSSCR Center for Statistics the Social Sciences CSSS Comparative Law and Society Studies Center CLASS European Union Center EUC Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies CLS Washington Institute for the Study of Ethnicity Race and Sexuality WISER

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  • At Liberty and In Love | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    for Labor Studies CLS Washington Institute for the Study of Ethnicity Race and Sexuality WISER Research Publications Dissertations Undergraduate Fields of Interest News Events Recent News Advising Blog Honors Awards Newsletter Upcoming Events Calendar Resources Advising Administrative Forms Careers Graduate School Grad Students TAs Internships Related Programs Centers Scholarships Awards Technology Visiting Scholars Students Writing Center About Department Profile Stay Connected Support Us Contact Us You are here Home Research Graduate At Liberty and In Love Sooenn Park 2014 At Liberty and In Love Diss U of Washington Adviser Christine DiStefano Status of Research or Work Completed published Research Type Graduate Dissertations Related Fields Political Science Share Print PDF Related Fields Political Science Support Political Science Stay Connected Newsletter Sign up News Feed Alumni Update Advising Blog Main Menu People Faculty Adjuncts Staff Graduate Students Alumni Distinguished Alumni Alumni Notes Where are you Hire a UW Ph D Programs Courses Undergraduate What is Political Science Advising Major Minor Honors Internships Research Independent Study Scholarships Awards Transfer Students Writing Center Organizations for Students Careers Graduate School Graduate Program Overview Admissions Courses Funding Requirements Office Policies Student Guide Placement Record Resources Visiting Students Courses Course Catalog Time Schedule Projected Courses Certificate in Advanced Political Studies and Research Courses International Security and Political Economy Option Courses VLPA Courses NW Courses Tips for Getting into Closed Restricted Courses Study Abroad Summer Study Affiliated Centers Center for American Politics and Public Policy CAPPP Center for Communication and Civic Engagement CCCE Center for Environmental Politics CEP Center for Human Rights CHR Center for Social Science Computation Research CSSCR Center for Statistics the Social Sciences CSSS Comparative Law and Society Studies Center CLASS European Union Center EUC Harry Bridges Center for Labor Studies CLS Washington Institute for the Study of Ethnicity Race and Sexuality WISER Research Publications

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  • From Violence to Law-and-Order: The Making of Racial Innocence in Postwar America | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    racial innocence is not just something entrenched in the hearts and minds of white Americans where Baldwin and contemporary scholars who take up his critique tend to locate it but also in the very fabric of our political institutions policies and rhetoric Using American political development methodology my dissertation investigates the law and order origins of contemporary racial innocence For these origins I unearth the liberal lineage of law and order politics in southern postwar political rhetoric and policy Law and order politics is understood to be the construction of race conservatives seeking to maintain the prerogatives of Jim Crow racial violence or disingenuously capitalize on rising white anxieties after the race riots of the 1960s But From Violence to Law and Order argues that law and order was in many ways at the beating heart of postwar liberalism that had newly awakened to the problems of southern racial violence In the wake of Brown v Board of Education and the upheavals of the 1950s and 1960s the emerging law and order apparatus traveled south into the contentious waters of southern white resistance movements ultimately taking up residence in a broadening range of state level education criminal justice and social policy My study not only offers purchase on the centrality of liberal law and order for the development of southern postwar policy formations but also on the political institutional roots of national racial innocence our willful blindness towards the structures of racial violence and inequality that continue to shape our schools prisons neighborhoods and life chances People Involved Kirstine Taylor Status of Research or Work Completed published Research Type Graduate Dissertations Related Fields American Political Development American Politics Minority and Race Politics Share Print PDF Related Fields American Political Development American Politics Minority and Race Politics Support Political Science Stay

    Original URL path: http://www.polisci.washington.edu/graduate/violence-law-and-order-making-racial-innocence-postwar-america (2015-10-16)
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