Political Science Archive

Bradley W. Hart, Fresno State University – Foreign Interference in Elections

Election interference is a hot topic, but it isn’t new. Bradley Hart, assistant professor of media,

Fletcher McClellan, Elizabethtown College – Presidential Medal of Freedom

The Presidential Medal of Freedom can say a lot about the recipient, and the president giving

Lauren Copeland, Baldwin Wallace University – Political Consumerism

Do you boycott companies for political reasons? Lauren Copeland, assistant professor of politics and global citizenship

Samantha Pettey, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts – Women In Political Office

2018 was a good year for increasing the number of women in political office. Samantha Pettey,

Michele Gilman, University of Baltimore School of Law – Gender Pay Gap

The wage gap is still wide open. Michele Gilman, professor of law at the University Of

Ryan Ceresola, Hartwick College – The Curious Case of Correcting Corruption

On Hartwick College Week: Getting rid of corruption can be a difficult proposition. Ryan Ceresola, assistant

Laurel Elder, Hartwick College – Public Opinion and Presidential Candidate Spouses

On Hartwick College Week: The public prefers a First Lady who doesn’t influence politics. Laurel Elder,

David Newman, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences – Conservatives Report Greater Meaning In Life

On this Student Spotlight during USC Dornsife Week: Social conservatives find the most meaning in life.

Megan Carroll, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences – Incidental Activists

On this Student Spotlight during USC Dornsife Week: Not all activism happens in the streets. Megan

Steven Pressman, Colorado State University – Infrastructure Spending

Poor infrastructure affects everyone. Steven Pressman, professor of economics at Colorado State University, examines whether the