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Classroom Activities For Openstax American Government, Michael Lewkowicz, Dovile Budryte, Scott Boykin, Laura Young, Yohannes Gedamu Apr 2019

Classroom Activities For Openstax American Government, Michael Lewkowicz, Dovile Budryte, Scott Boykin, Laura Young, Yohannes Gedamu

Political Science Ancillary Materials

This new set of classroom activities for OpenStax American Government was created under a Round Eleven Mini-Grant for Ancillary Materials Creation and Revision. The materials created in order to support faculty implementing OpenStax American Government in the classroom include:

  • Icebreakers
  • Video Activities
  • Quiz Activities
  • Discussion Activities
  • Brainstorming Activities
  • Team Activities


Justice Kennedy, The Supreme Court, And The Christian's Role, Mark Caleb Smith Aug 2018

Justice Kennedy, The Supreme Court, And The Christian's Role, Mark Caleb Smith

Mark Caleb Smith, Ph.D.

No abstract provided.


Carroll College 2018 Exit Poll, Alex Street Jan 2018

Carroll College 2018 Exit Poll, Alex Street

Carroll College Exit Polls

No abstract provided.


Carroll College 2017 Exit Poll, Alex Street Jan 2017

Carroll College 2017 Exit Poll, Alex Street

Carroll College Exit Polls

No abstract provided.


Manufacturing Discrimination: A Quantitative Analysis Of Felon Disenfranchisement Laws, Andrew Chiang Jan 2017

Manufacturing Discrimination: A Quantitative Analysis Of Felon Disenfranchisement Laws, Andrew Chiang

Undergraduate Honors Theses

Felon disenfranchisement laws pose a unique threat to the fundamental ideal of our democracy that every individual deserves equal representation in government. Drawing from the literature on felon disenfranchisement, these laws have racially discriminatory effects by disproportionately depriving black and other minority voters of their voting rights. This paper analyzes the claims made by the academic community through the use of statistical techniques to assess their overall effectiveness at predicting both patterns of felon disenfranchisement laws across states today and the changing strictness of felon disenfranchisement laws since the turn of the century. Ultimately, this paper finds the claims made ...


2016 Primary Election And Caucus Data, Carrie M. Pirmann, Emily Sherwood, Emily Tevebaugh Sep 2016

2016 Primary Election And Caucus Data, Carrie M. Pirmann, Emily Sherwood, Emily Tevebaugh

Election Data

The data contained in this dataset cover the 2016 Presidential Primary and Caucus election season. Results are reported for Democratic and Republican candidates only. Data were sourced from finalized (certified) state election board results wherever possible. All data is reported at the county level unless otherwise noted. Refer to the 2016 Primary Election Data Sources document for a full list of data sources.

Results for Alaska, Colorado (Democratic only), Hawaii, Iowa, Maine, Minnesota, and Washington state are for these states caucuses. The vote totals reported are raw numbers of votes.

Data for North Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming is not included ...


Carroll College 2016 Exit Poll, Alex Street Jan 2016

Carroll College 2016 Exit Poll, Alex Street

Carroll College Exit Polls

No abstract provided.


American Government (Lecture Slides), Julie Lester, Christopher Lawrence Apr 2015

American Government (Lecture Slides), Julie Lester, Christopher Lawrence

Political Science Ancillary Materials

Revision 2: 10/12/2016

This set of lecture slides for American Government in a .zip compressed file was created under a Round One ALG Textbook Transformation Grant. Topics include the constitution, political participation, the media, and civil liberties.


Carroll College 2014 Exit Poll, Alex Street Jan 2014

Carroll College 2014 Exit Poll, Alex Street

Carroll College Exit Polls

No abstract provided.