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  • “Con la Ayuda de Dios, Los Latinos Participan: A Study of Identity, Religion, and Latino Political Participation" | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    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 Publications Con la Ayuda de Dios Los Latinos Participan A Study of Identity Religion and Latino Political Participation Con la Ayuda de Dios Los Latinos Participan A Study of Identity Religion and Latino Political Participation with Sergio Garcia Rios People Involved Kiku Huckle Status of Research or Work In progress Research Type Publications Articles Related Fields Latin American Political Psychology Religion Share Print PDF Related Fields Latin American Political Psychology Religion 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

    Original URL path: http://www.polisci.washington.edu/publications/con-la-ayuda-de-dios-los-latinos-participan-study-identity-religion-and-latino (2015-10-16)
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  • "Do Churches Help Politically Socialize Immigrants? An Examination of the Political Attitudes and Engagement Levels of Mexican Immigrants Living Near Places of Worship" | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    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 Publications Do Churches Help Politically Socialize Immigrants An Examination of the Political Attitudes and Engagement Levels of Mexican Immigrants Living Near Places of Worship Do Churches Help Politically Socialize Immigrants An Examination of the Political Attitudes and Engagement Levels of Mexican Immigrants Living Near Places of Worship with Katsuo Nishikawa People Involved Kiku Huckle Status of Research or Work In progress Research Type Publications Articles Related Fields Immigration Religion Share Print PDF Related Fields Immigration Religion 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

    Original URL path: http://www.polisci.washington.edu/publications/do-churches-help-politically-socialize-immigrants-examination-political-attitudes-and (2015-10-16)
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  • Globalization: Trends, Limits, and Controversies | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    It provides its readers with critical analysis of the key concepts of multilateral global and regional governance and Europe s role in the world and this in an accessible and intelligible fashion This volume collects contributions by eminent scholars from world class universities from five different continents As such this unique exercise in transnational multi disciplinary cooperation provides extensive coverage of the main issues pertaining to multilateral cooperation notably its history troubles legitimacy challenges and efficiency questions from a variety of national perspectives The book covers the major issues confronting students of European and global studies amongst which pressing security challenges new forms of institutionalized cooperation shifting international trade flows the notion of responsibility to protect social imbalances and environmental emergencies the need for less contingent forms of legitimacy for global regulation as well as global public opinion and transnational civil society networks Each chapter includes a summary of its salient points methodological indications illuminating illustrations and a suggested list for further reading This textbook strives to help students develop a better and more secure grasp of the innovative balance between interdisciplinary openness and disciplinary rigor when engaging with global governance studies comparative regionalism normative studies international political economy or international law People Involved James A Caporaso Status of Research or Work Completed published Research Type Publications Books Related Fields European Politics Global Studies Share Print PDF Related Fields European Politics Global Studies 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

    Original URL path: http://www.polisci.washington.edu/publications/globalization-trends-limits-and-controversies (2015-10-16)
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  • This is Not Civil Rights: Discovering Rights Talk in 1939 America | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    with political and social conditions As the United States confronts a complicated set of twenty first century problems that tradition continues with Americans invoking symbolic events of the founding era to frame calls for change Most observers have been critical of such rights talk Scholars on the left worry that it limits the range of political demands to those that can be articulated as legally recognized rights while conservatives fear that it creates unrealistic expectations of entitlement Drawing on a remarkable cache of Depression era complaint letters written by ordinary Americans to the Justice Department George I Lovell challenges these common claims Although the letters were written prior to the emergence of the modern civil rights movement which most people assume is the origin of rights talk many contain novel legal arguments including expansive demands for new entitlements that went beyond what authorities had regarded as legitimate or required by law Lovell demonstrates that rights talk is more malleable and less constraining than is generally believed Americans he shows are capable of deploying idealized legal claims as a rhetorical tool for expressing their aspirations for a more just society while retaining a realistic understanding that the law often falls short of its own ideals People Involved George Lovell Status of Research or Work Completed published Research Type Publications Books Related Fields American Politics Civil Rights Share Print PDF Related Fields American Politics Civil Rights 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

    Original URL path: http://www.polisci.washington.edu/publications/not-civil-rights-discovering-rights-talk-1939-america (2015-10-16)
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  • The Logic of Connective Action: Digital Media and the Personalization of Contentious Politics | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    Cambridge University Press 2013 The Logic of Connective Action explains the rise of a personalized digitally networked politics in which diverse individuals address the common problems of our times such as economic fairness and climate change Rich case studies from the United States United Kingdom and Germany illustrate a theoretical framework for understanding how large scale connective action is coordinated using inclusive discourses such as We Are the 99 that travel easily through social media In many of these mobilizations communication operates as an organizational process that may replace or supplement familiar forms of collective action based on organizational resource mobilization leadership and collective action framing In some cases connective action emerges from crowds that shun leaders as when Occupy protesters created media networks to channel resources and create loose ties among dispersed physical groups In other cases conventional political organizations deploy personalized communication logics to enable large scale engagement with a variety of political causes The Logic of Connective Action shows how power is organized in communication based networks and what political outcomes may result People Involved W Lance Bennett Status of Research or Work Completed published Research Type Publications Books Related Fields Civic Engagement Media Studies Online Learning Political Communication Share Print PDF Related Fields Civic Engagement Media Studies Online Learning Political Communication 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

    Original URL path: http://www.polisci.washington.edu/publications/logic-connective-action-digital-media-and-personalization-contentious-politics-1 (2015-10-16)
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  • Civic Participation and Democratic Legitimacy | 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 Publications Civic Participation and Democratic Legitimacy Johnson Carolina 2015 Local Civic Participation and Democratic Legitimacy Evidence from England and Wales Political Studies 63 765 792 People Involved Carolina Johnson Status of Research or Work Completed published Research Type Publications Articles Related Fields Civic Engagement Comparative Politics Political Theory Quantitative Methods Share Print PDF Related Fields Civic Engagement Comparative Politics Political Theory Quantitative Methods 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/publications/civic-participation-and-democratic-legitimacy (2015-10-16)
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  • Variations of Institutional Design for Empowered Deliberation | 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 Publications Variations of Institutional Design for Empowered Deliberation Johnson Carolina and Gastil John 2015 Variations of Institutional Design for Empowered Deliberation Journal of Public Deliberation 11 1 Article 2 People Involved Carolina Johnson Status of Research or Work Completed published Research Type Publications Articles Related Fields Civic Engagement Political Science Public Policy Share Print PDF Related Fields Civic Engagement Political Science Public Policy 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/publications/variations-institutional-design-empowered-deliberation-0 (2015-10-16)
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  • Political Science | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    Encyclopedia of Political Science edited by Bertrand Badie Dirk Berg Schlosser and Leonardo Morlino Sage Publications 2011 Johnson Carolina and Gastil John 2015 Variations of Institutional Design for Empowered Deliberation Journal of Public Deliberation 11 1 Article 2 Review of Political Hypocrisy The Mask of Power from Hobbes to Orwell and Beyond by David Runciman Journal of Peace and Justice Studies 20 2 174 176 Review of What s Gone Wrong South Africa on the Brink of Failed Statehood by Alex Boraine Journal of Peace and Justice Studies 24 1 138 141 Publications Book Chapters Nives Dolsak Margaret Levi and Aseem Prakash Elinor Ostrom PS Political Science Politics October 2012 791 792 Graduate Dissertations Amanda Clayton Dye 2014 Beyond Presence Electoral Gender Quotas Female Leadership and Symbolic Representation Diss U of Washington Sooenn Park 2014 At Liberty and In Love Diss U of Washington Events 2015 Title Date Time Location Book Talk The Socialist Party of America A Complete History May 15 1 30pm to 3 00pm University Bookstore 4326 University Way N E Seattle Washington 98105 Book Talk Coal Wars Unions Strikes and Violence in Depression Era Central Washington May 4 7 00pm to 8 30pm University Bookstore 4326 University Way N E Seattle Washington 98105 Poor Democracies in a Conundrum International Trade and Government Revenues in Developing Countries Nita Rudra Georgetown University Apr 24 12 00pm to 1 30pm Gowen 1A Jeff Gill Washington University Political Science Mar 4 12 30pm to 1 20pm Savery 409 Bolstering the National Project Competitive Nation Building and Immigration in Israel and Quebec Yoav Duman UW Political Science Feb 20 12 00pm to 1 30pm Gowen 1A 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

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