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Social Science Research Conference Sep 2015

Social Science Research Conference

International Social Science Review

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Pi Gamma Mu News Sep 2015

Pi Gamma Mu News

International Social Science Review

No abstract provided.


2014 Triennial International Convention Presidential Address, Larry Heck Sep 2015

2014 Triennial International Convention Presidential Address, Larry Heck

International Social Science Review

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Transpacific Studies: Framing An Emerging Field By Janet Hoskins And Viet Thanh Nguyen, Pedro Iacobelli D. Sep 2015

Transpacific Studies: Framing An Emerging Field By Janet Hoskins And Viet Thanh Nguyen, Pedro Iacobelli D.

International Social Science Review

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U.S. Foreign Policy And The Other Edited By Michael Patrick Cullinane And David Ryan, Niall Michelsen Sep 2015

U.S. Foreign Policy And The Other Edited By Michael Patrick Cullinane And David Ryan, Niall Michelsen

International Social Science Review

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The Strange And Terrible Visions Of Wilhelm Friess: The Paths Of Prophecy In Reformation Europe By Jonathan Green, Laurence Hare Sep 2015

The Strange And Terrible Visions Of Wilhelm Friess: The Paths Of Prophecy In Reformation Europe By Jonathan Green, Laurence Hare

International Social Science Review

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The New York Nobody Knows: Walking 6,000 Miles In The City By William B. Helmreich, David B. Broad Sep 2015

The New York Nobody Knows: Walking 6,000 Miles In The City By William B. Helmreich, David B. Broad

International Social Science Review

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The New Regulatory Space: Reframing Democractic Governance By Frank Vibert, Beth M. Rauhaus Sep 2015

The New Regulatory Space: Reframing Democractic Governance By Frank Vibert, Beth M. Rauhaus

International Social Science Review

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The Hoarders: Material Deviance In American Culture By Scott Herring, Mike Hirsch Sep 2015

The Hoarders: Material Deviance In American Culture By Scott Herring, Mike Hirsch

International Social Science Review

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Selling Our Souls: The Commodification Of Hospital Care In The United States By Adam D. Reich, Okori Uneke Sep 2015

Selling Our Souls: The Commodification Of Hospital Care In The United States By Adam D. Reich, Okori Uneke

International Social Science Review

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Political Order And Political Decay: From The Industrial Revolution To The Globalization Of Democracy By Francis Fukuyama, Linda Quest Sep 2015

Political Order And Political Decay: From The Industrial Revolution To The Globalization Of Democracy By Francis Fukuyama, Linda Quest

International Social Science Review

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Ivan Pavlov: A Russian Life In Science By Daniel P. Todes, Leon Yacher Sep 2015

Ivan Pavlov: A Russian Life In Science By Daniel P. Todes, Leon Yacher

International Social Science Review

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How Could This Happen: Explaining The Holocaust By Dan Mcmillan, Brenda Melendy Sep 2015

How Could This Happen: Explaining The Holocaust By Dan Mcmillan, Brenda Melendy

International Social Science Review

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Framing The Global: Entry Points For Research Edited By Hilary Kahn, Ariana Kalinic Sep 2015

Framing The Global: Entry Points For Research Edited By Hilary Kahn, Ariana Kalinic

International Social Science Review

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European National Identities: Elements, Transitions, Conflicts Edited By Roland Vogt, Wayne Cristaudo And Andreas Leutzschs, Blake Duffield Sep 2015

European National Identities: Elements, Transitions, Conflicts Edited By Roland Vogt, Wayne Cristaudo And Andreas Leutzschs, Blake Duffield

International Social Science Review

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Emotional State Theory: Friendship And Fear In Israeli Foreign Policy By Christopher L. Schilling, Jordan Griffith Sep 2015

Emotional State Theory: Friendship And Fear In Israeli Foreign Policy By Christopher L. Schilling, Jordan Griffith

International Social Science Review

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Enhancing Democracy: Public Policies And Citizen Participation In Chile By Gonzalo Delamaza, John Herbert Roper Sr. Sep 2015

Enhancing Democracy: Public Policies And Citizen Participation In Chile By Gonzalo Delamaza, John Herbert Roper Sr.

International Social Science Review

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Diplomacy At The Brink: Eisenhower, Churchill, And Eden In The Cold War By David M. Watry, Samuel B. Hoff Sep 2015

Diplomacy At The Brink: Eisenhower, Churchill, And Eden In The Cold War By David M. Watry, Samuel B. Hoff

International Social Science Review

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Austerity: The History Of A Dangerous Idea By Mark Blyth, Benjamin Grob-Fitzgibbon Sep 2015

Austerity: The History Of A Dangerous Idea By Mark Blyth, Benjamin Grob-Fitzgibbon

International Social Science Review

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Assessing Mena Political Reform, Post-Arab Spring: Mediators And Microfoundations Edited By Brian Robert Calfano, David A. Mattingly Sep 2015

Assessing Mena Political Reform, Post-Arab Spring: Mediators And Microfoundations Edited By Brian Robert Calfano, David A. Mattingly

International Social Science Review

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A Social Strategy: How We Profit From Social Media By Mikolaj Jan Piskorski, Yongsheng Wang Sep 2015

A Social Strategy: How We Profit From Social Media By Mikolaj Jan Piskorski, Yongsheng Wang

International Social Science Review

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Imagined Communities, Tangible Limits: Sendero Luminoso And The Incongruity Of Marxism And Nationalism, Dylan Maynard Sep 2015

Imagined Communities, Tangible Limits: Sendero Luminoso And The Incongruity Of Marxism And Nationalism, Dylan Maynard

International Social Science Review

Sendero Luminoso, or Shining Path, is considered to be one of the most violent insurgencies to originate in the Western Hemisphere. They caused destruction throughout Peru in order to incite a peasant uprising that would eventually engulf Lima, the capital, and introduce a “New Democracy.” Although the movement claimed to be based on an indigenous Peruvian identity, the presence of a Marxist framework creates a conflict with the nationalist sentiment. This paper examines the conflict between nationalist and Marxist ideologies in the context of the Shining Path insurgency in Peru. By examining the seminal work of Marx and Engels, along ...


Putting Transitional Justice On Trial: Democracy And Human Rights In Post-Civil War Societies, Brian K. Frederking Sep 2015

Putting Transitional Justice On Trial: Democracy And Human Rights In Post-Civil War Societies, Brian K. Frederking

International Social Science Review

This paper empirically tests the influence of transitional justice mechanisms (TJMs) – particularly truth commissions and war crimes tribunals – on post-civil war societies. The transitional justice literature advocates the effectiveness of such mechanisms in bringing about the reconciliation necessary to facilitate democratization and respect for human rights. However, few cross-national empirical studies exist to evaluate these claims. This article compares current levels of human rights abuses and democratization in post-civil war countries that have used TJMs with post-civil war countries that have not. These results support the advocates of war crimes tribunals: countries that have used tribunals have higher levels of ...


National Black Conventions And The Quest For African American Freedom And Progress, 1847-1867, Shawn C. Comminey Sep 2015

National Black Conventions And The Quest For African American Freedom And Progress, 1847-1867, Shawn C. Comminey

International Social Science Review

Through times of uncertainty, difficulty and hope, national black conventions represented conscientious self-help efforts to eradicate slavery and ameliorate the condition of free blacks. Concern over the status of blacks in the United States and black participation in the abolitionist movement was the impetus behind the national black convention movement. Between 1847 and 1864, at least five national conventions were held, during which free black delegates and leaders openly discussed the plight of African-Americans. Three major issues—the eradication of slavery, establishing a firm base in America while securing civil rights and emigration, in an attempt to acquire freedoms elsewhere ...


Pi Gamma Mu News Apr 2015

Pi Gamma Mu News

International Social Science Review

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South African Women Living With Hiv: Global Lessons From Local Voices By Anna Aulette-Root, Floretta Boonzaier, & Judy Aulette, Regina Davis-Sowers Apr 2015

South African Women Living With Hiv: Global Lessons From Local Voices By Anna Aulette-Root, Floretta Boonzaier, & Judy Aulette, Regina Davis-Sowers

International Social Science Review

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Seriously Funny: Mexican Political Jokes As Social Resistance By Samuel Schmidt, Dwight Wilson Apr 2015

Seriously Funny: Mexican Political Jokes As Social Resistance By Samuel Schmidt, Dwight Wilson

International Social Science Review

No abstract provided.


The Impact Of Youtube On U.S. Politics By Lachrystal Ricke, Benjamin Gross Apr 2015

The Impact Of Youtube On U.S. Politics By Lachrystal Ricke, Benjamin Gross

International Social Science Review

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What's Wrong With The Poor?: Psychiatry, Race, & The War On Poverty By Mical Raz, Rebekah O. Mcmillan Apr 2015

What's Wrong With The Poor?: Psychiatry, Race, & The War On Poverty By Mical Raz, Rebekah O. Mcmillan

International Social Science Review

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The People's Own Landscape: Nature, Tourism, & Dictatorship In East Germany By Scott Moranda, Thomas Goldstein Apr 2015

The People's Own Landscape: Nature, Tourism, & Dictatorship In East Germany By Scott Moranda, Thomas Goldstein

International Social Science Review

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