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Putting The Pieces Together: Ideology Beyond Policy, Natalia Quevedo De La Espriella May 2020

Putting The Pieces Together: Ideology Beyond Policy, Natalia Quevedo De La Espriella

The Review: A Journal of Undergraduate Student Research

Ideological differences exist far beyond policy preferences. Our ideologies are built from much more intrinsic building blocks, and as such the effects of this are seen far outside of what is generally considered the political realm of existence. When explaining these ideologies we must look past the policy preferences and more into the base parts of what makes people who they are. Liberals and conservatives differ on important measures, and these differences between us have a deeper root than most see. Morality, motivations, and personality all combine to form the expression of ideology. This paper explores these three aspects of ...


Human Rights? What A Good Idea! From Universal Jurisdiction To Crime Prevention, Daniel Feierstein Dec 2019

Human Rights? What A Good Idea! From Universal Jurisdiction To Crime Prevention, Daniel Feierstein

Genocide Studies and Prevention: An International Journal

Over the last decades, Genocide Studies has entered in a “comfort zone.” With fellowships and support from governments or NGOs, we have developed a very comfortable environment in which the knowledge we produce about genocide prevention is neither critical nor useful. We have become trapped by assumptions we have never checked against reality and many of us have chosen to work inside the circle of those assumptions: genocide and mass violence are horrible acts committed by horrible people; we cannot stand by and do nothing; we have the responsibility to protect civilian populations and that responsibility takes the form, as ...


Joining “Us”; Creating And Maintaining A Discipline-Based Learning Community, Kelly Mchugh Phd, R. Bruce Anderson Phd Nov 2015

Joining “Us”; Creating And Maintaining A Discipline-Based Learning Community, Kelly Mchugh Phd, R. Bruce Anderson Phd

Learning Communities Research and Practice

The article describes the development of a disciplinary living/learning community in political science; the authors, two faculty members, started the community in the fall of 2012. The faculty leaders describe the various practices used to integrate political science courses in two subfields: American politics and international politics. In particular, the authors consider how, over the past five semesters, they have adapted their teaching practices to provide members of the LLC with a more holistic understanding of political processes, methods, and outcomes. They argue that their model would be applicable to a wide array of disciplines.


Is The Corporate Elite Fractured, Or Is There Continuing Corporate Dominance? Two Contrasting Views, G. William Domhoff May 2015

Is The Corporate Elite Fractured, Or Is There Continuing Corporate Dominance? Two Contrasting Views, G. William Domhoff

Class, Race and Corporate Power

This article compares two recent analyses of continuity and change in the American power structure since 1900, with a main focus on the years after World War II. The first analysis asserts that the “corporate elite” has fractured and fragmented in recent decades and no longer has the unity to have a collective impact on public policy. The second analysis claims that corporate leaders remain united, albeit with moderate-conservative and ultra-conservative differences on several issues, and continue to have a dominant collective impact on public policies that involve their major goals. After comparing the two perspectives on key issues from ...


Invisible Ink: Intersectionality And Political Inquiry, Dara Z. Strolovich Jun 2013

Invisible Ink: Intersectionality And Political Inquiry, Dara Z. Strolovich

Indiana Journal of Law and Social Equality

No abstract provided.


The Radical Possibility Of Limited Community-Based Interpretation Of The Constitution, Mark D. Rosen Feb 2002

The Radical Possibility Of Limited Community-Based Interpretation Of The Constitution, Mark D. Rosen

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


Autonomy And Agency, Thomas E. Hill Jr. Mar 1999

Autonomy And Agency, Thomas E. Hill Jr.

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


Oppression, Lies, And The Dream Of Autonomy, Judy Scales-Trent Mar 1999

Oppression, Lies, And The Dream Of Autonomy, Judy Scales-Trent

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


Crimes Against Autonomy: Gerald Dworkin On The Enforcement Of Morality, Lawrence C. Becker Mar 1999

Crimes Against Autonomy: Gerald Dworkin On The Enforcement Of Morality, Lawrence C. Becker

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


From Autonomy To Agency: Feminist Perspectives On Self-Direction, Kathryn Abrams Mar 1999

From Autonomy To Agency: Feminist Perspectives On Self-Direction, Kathryn Abrams

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


Coercing Privacy, Anita L. Allen Mar 1999

Coercing Privacy, Anita L. Allen

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


Elements Of Liberal Equality: Introduction To Kirp, Hochschild, And Strauss, Lawrence C. Becker Oct 1992

Elements Of Liberal Equality: Introduction To Kirp, Hochschild, And Strauss, Lawrence C. Becker

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Left, The Right, And Certainty In Constitutional Law, Gene R. Nichol May 1992

The Left, The Right, And Certainty In Constitutional Law, Gene R. Nichol

William & Mary Law Review

No abstract provided.


The Representative Republic, By Ferdinand A. Hermens, Philip S. Wilder Jr. Jan 1959

The Representative Republic, By Ferdinand A. Hermens, Philip S. Wilder Jr.

Indiana Law Journal

No abstract provided.