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Charisma's Triumph Over Organization: Peronism Throughout The Decades, Alyssa Dipadova Apr 2019

Charisma's Triumph Over Organization: Peronism Throughout The Decades, Alyssa Dipadova

Student Symposium

“A party’s organization characteristics depend more upon its history, i.e. on how the organization orientated and how it consolidated…[e]very organization bears the mark of its formation, of the crucial political-administrative decision made by its founders, the decision which ‘molded’ the organization." The validity (or maybe the potency/breadth) of this idea when applied to Peronism is the main topic for this paper. The importance of this topic cannot be understated as the Partido Justicialista (PJ), the largest component of the Peronist movement, continues to be one of the most prevalent parties in Argentina’s two-party system--the ...


The Political Glass Cliff: Potential Causes Of Female Underrepresentation In The U.S. House Of Representatives, Erica Browning Apr 2017

The Political Glass Cliff: Potential Causes Of Female Underrepresentation In The U.S. House Of Representatives, Erica Browning

Scholar Week 2016 - present

The "glass cliff’ effect has been studied widely within the business sphere, but there is limited research in how the effect applies to political bodies. This effect suggests that women are elected into positions of leadership during times of crisis or upheaval. This research will be an archival study of the 2006, 2008, and 2010 congressional elections, and to determine if female candidates are disproportionately represented in hard to win districts by their parties. Results show that while the underrepresentation of women can be partially mediated by winnability as determined by the parties previous success, there is still a significant ...


Carter, Congress, And Comprehensive Legislation: A Look At Cercla And The Legislative Process, Christian S. Miles Apr 2014

Carter, Congress, And Comprehensive Legislation: A Look At Cercla And The Legislative Process, Christian S. Miles

University of North Georgia Annual Research Conference

Comprehensive legislation can take years to pass Congress. Yet some bills manage to successfully maneuver the legislative process on the first go around. The Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980 (CERCLA) is one example. This essay relies on published research to analyze CERCLA's path through the legislative process and examines the political environment of the 96th congress to explain why CERCLA passed relatively easily. It suggests three factors, beyond the Democratic majority of the 96th congress, contributed to CERCLA's rare success: a presidential-partisan majority, presidential rhetoric, and party polarization. It argues that these three concepts ...


Franklin And Friends: A Discussion Of The Protestant Work Ethic, Erica Y. Barker Apr 2014

Franklin And Friends: A Discussion Of The Protestant Work Ethic, Erica Y. Barker

University of North Georgia Annual Research Conference

This transcript serves to analyze the Protestant Work Ethic in the eyes of political thinkers such as Benjamin Franklin, Cotton Mather, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, and John Winthrop. It is set in modern talk show hosted by Benjamin Franklin and ultimately finds that many of these political philosophers believed that the people’s ‘obligation to work’ would benefit society as a whole.This paper also serves to analyze the political nature of all five politicians and philosophers.