Exploring Policy Solutions for the Northern Triangle Crisis

Exploring Policy Solutions for the Northern Triangle Crisis

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I’m Sarah Bermeo. I’m an associate professor of public policy and political science at the Sanford School at Duke University and the Associate Director of the Duke Center for International Development. We’re here today to host a workshop on the...

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The Importance and Persistence of State Political Identity | Ernest Young

The Importance and Persistence of State Political Identity | Ernest Young

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I want to start by thanking Andrew Bibby and the Center for Constitutional Studies for inviting me. It’s great to be here. I also want to thank all of you for being here this morning. Nothing warms the cockles of...

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M.A. Political Science Degree Program

M.A. Political Science Degree Program

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[Sunshine Hillygus] – Even if you find yourself feeling like you are a ‘content expert,’ that doesn’t mean that you don’t have a lot to learn about collecting data, and the most important thing to know is probably what you...

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David Schmidtz on corruption, April 10, 2014
Duke Winter 2019 Faculty Books: Ashley Jardina

Duke Winter 2019 Faculty Books: Ashley Jardina

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Hi my name is Ashley Jardina and I'm anassistant professor of political science at Duke University. I specialized in thestudy of social identities, racial attitudes and racial prejudice. I'mparticularly interested in understanding the nature of racial attitudesespecially where they come...

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Why Major in Political Science?