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How Many Citations to Women Is “Enough”? Estimates of Gender Representation in Political Science By Michelle L. Dion, McMaster University, Sara McLaughlin Mitchell, University of Iowa Recent studies identified gendered citation gaps in political science journal articles, with male [...]
Comic-Con: Can Comics of the Constitution Enable Meaningful Learning in Political Science? By Katharine A. Owens, University of Hartford, Victor Eno, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University, Jocelyn Abrams, University of Hartford, Danielle Bedney, University of Hartford This article explores the value and application [...]
International Migration and Turnout Bias By Michael J. Wigginton, University of Ottawa, Daniel Stockemer, University of Ottawa, Jasmine van Schouwen, University of Ottawa This article focuses on two commonly used indicators of turnout, VAP turnout (the number of votes cast [...]
Gender Gaps in Perceptions of Political Science Journals By Nadia E. Brown, Purdue University, Yusaku Horiuchi, Dartmouth College, Mala Htun, University of New Mexico, David Samuels, University of Minnesota The gender publication gap puts women at a disadvantage for tenure and [...]