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Development at the Departmental Level: Transcript of the 2007 APSA Wrkshp for Chairs
The 2007 workshop addressed the unique challenges of development.
Guide to Professional Ethics in Political Science (2nd ed. revised 2012)
A handbook of principles guiding the professional conduct of political scientists.
Graduate Education in Political Science
American Democracy in an Age of Inequality
Equal political voice and democratically responsive government are widely cherished American ideals. Indeed, the United States is vigorously promoting democracy abroad. Yet, what is happening to democracy at home?
Earning a PhD in Political Science (25 Copies)
A handy resource for any student considering graduate study.
Persistent Problem: Inequality, Difference and Challenge of Development
This report, from the APSA Task Force on Difference, Inequality, and Developing Societies, highlights the complex, multidimensional nature of inequality in the era of globalization, and documents that despite the impressive strides by nations like China a
Publishing Political Science: APSA Guide to Writing and Publishing (2008)
Edited by Stephen Yoder (former Managing Editor of PS: Political Science & Politics), this first volume in APSA's "State of the Profession" book series, provides practical advice from leading political scientists and publishers.
Political Science in the 21st Century Task Force Report
This report examines the profession of political science to determine whether it is living up to its full potential as a scholarly discipline by enriching the discourse, broadening the understanding, and modeling the behavior reflective of ...
Political Science: The State Of The Discipline III (2002)
Edited by Ira Katznelson and Helen Milner of Columbia University, this Centennial Edition of The State of the Discipline features a collection of essays by major political science scholars on all major fields in the discipline.
Studying in Washington, 2002
A handy students' guide for finding, planning, and enjoying internships in Washington, D.C. This booklet is designed to help undergraduates learn how to secure a D.C. internship and how to make the best of the experience while in the nation's capital.
US Standing in the World: Causes, Consequences, and the Future
America's global standing has become a central concern of U.S. leaders and citizens. U.S. leaders, regardless of party, pledge to restore U.S. standing as a central goal of America's foreign policy agenda.
2008 Workshop for Chairs Transcript: Interdisciplinarity
Each year at the APSA Annual Meeting, APSA hosts a workshop for department chairs that focuses on issues important to department chairs. The 2008 Annual Meeting Workshop for Chairs addressed the unique challenges, implications, and opportunities posed by
2010 Workshop for Department Chairs: Making the Case for Political Science
Each year at the APSA Annual Meeting, APSA hosts a workshop for department chairs that focuses on issues important to department chairs. The 2010 Annual Meeting Workshop for Chairs focused on making the case for political science.
Why Study Political Science? (25 count)
This updated brochure explains the benefits of studying political science for students trying to choose their degree.
Political Science Brochure Set (50 count)
APSA introduces updated brochures on studying political science! They explain both the benefits of choosing political science as a major and the career opportunities for students who graduate with a degree in political science.
Interdisciplinarity: Its Role in a Discipline-Based Academy
This summary report of the APSA Task Force on Interdisciplinarity focuses on procedural aspects of interdisciplinary practices currently in use, including incentives, organizational structures, and techniques to educate students and scholars to work ...
Exploring a Career in Political Science (25 count)
This updated brochure explores the opportunities that come after graduation.
Assessment in Political Science
Edited by Michelle Deardorff, Kerstin Hamann, and John Ishiyama to faculty and departments as a resource on classroom, departmental and program assessment. This guide provides in-depth discussion and resources for all departments and institutions.
Careers and the Study of Political Science (2003)
A helpful resource for undergraduates, this career guide explores the career options available to political science students and emphasizes the value of political science training.
Teaching Civic Engagement: From Student to Active Citizen (2013)
Edited by Alison Rios Millett McCartney, Elizabeth A. Bennion, and Dick Simpson, Teaching Civic Engagement provides an exploration of key theoretical discussions, innovative ideas, and best practices in educating citizens in the 21st century. The book ...
The Wit & Humor of Political Science (2010)
From the editors: This volume collects what in our opinions are the wittiest and funniest pieces about political science and political scientists. Like all good humor, much of the work we have chosen for inclusion has a serious point. It helps scholars...
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