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        APSA Organized Sections provide an opportunity for groups of APSA members who share a common interest in a
        particular subfield to organize meetings and coordinate communications under Association auspices. As components
        of the Association, sections are accountable to its Constitution and are regulated by the Organized Section Committee.
        There are currently 46 section groups that provide research and opportunities for scholarship for members.

        Section 1. Federalism & Intergovernmental Relations    Section 25. Political Economy
        Section 2. Law and Courts                              Section 27. New Political Science
        Section 3. Legislative Studies                         Section 28. Political Psychology
        Section 4. Public Policy                               Section 29. Political Science Education
        Section 5. Political Organizations and Parties         Section 30. Politics, Literature, and Film
        Section 6. Public Administration                       Section 31. Foreign Policy
        Section 7. Conflict Processes                          Section 32. Elections, Public Opinion, and Voting Behavior
        Section 8. Representation and Electoral Systems        Section 33. Race, Ethnicity and Politics
        Section 9. Presidents and Executive Politics           Section 34. International History and Politics
        Section 10. Political Methodology                      Section 35. Comparative Democratization
        Section 11. Religion and Politics                      Section 36. Human Rights
        Section 13. Urban and Local Politics                   Section 37. Qualitative and Multi-Method Research
        Section 15. Science, Technology & Environmental Politics  Section 38. Sexuality and Politics
        Section 16. Women and Politics Research                Section 39. Health Politics and Policy
        Section 17. Foundations of Political Theory            Section 40. Canadian Politics
        Section 18. Information Technology and Politics        Section 41. Political Networks
        Section 19. International Security and Arms Control    Section 42. Experimental Research
        Section 20. Comparative Politics                       Section 43. Migration and Citizenship
        Section 21. European Politics and Society              Section 44. African Politics Conference Group
        Section 22. State Politics and Policy                  Section 45. Class and Inequality
        Section 23. Political Communication                    Section 46. Ideas, Knowledge and Politics
        Section 24. Politics and History                       Section 47. American Political Thought


        APSA Connect helps section officers and members to connect with each other, share resources and information, and
        network with colleagues through the discussion forums, document library, and directory. Organized Section Chairs,
        including some section officers, are allowed administrative access to edit, manage and/or update information listed on
        their section groups, forums, and microsite.

        APSA Connect is also an exclusive benefit to members of the Association. Members log in and may join groups, connect
        with colleagues and communicate with political science scholars, and share information at

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