Quote of the Day: 16 December 2013 on Women, Political Culture, and Political Institutions
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Quote of the Day: 16 December 2013 on Women, Political Culture, and Political Institutions

“What people learn about their worth and role in society has an impact on the way they engage with politics…The political culture of a country shapes the ways in which women’s political ability is judged in political institutions and in society and how women see politics, themselves, and their capacity to contribute to the political … Continue reading

Double-Latte Project November 2011: Witney’s Lights
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Double-Latte Project November 2011: Witney’s Lights

So in the United States, October is known as Domestic Violence Awareness Month but internationally November is a time to acknowledge the issues around domestic violence specifically on 25 November, International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. In conjunction with this day, this month’s Double Latte Selection features an organization working against Domestic … Continue reading

Links of the Week 17 September 2010
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Links of the Week 17 September 2010

Dream Act Special Feature So I recently heard via a Political Science listserv I am on (Thank you Race & Ethnicity APSA Section) that Senator Reid is working on moving the Dream Act out of committee and on the floor for a vote. Below are some links that were shared via the listserv about the … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 10 September 2010

Top Five Where’s the outrage over immigrant slayings in Mexico? Who Gets to Review and Be Reviewed? Authors, book critics drawn from narrow pool 10 Years of “Feminism is for Everybody” I Have the Coolest Friends The Worst Toys Ever Made for Girls–Our Top Picks I don’t agree with all of the comments the author makes … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 3 September 2010

Author’s Note This week’s links are short as I am currently at the American Political Science Association Meeting; therefore I have done a lot more listening this week than I have done reading. So far so good with the conference panels I have attended and I look forward to putting something together in terms of … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 27 August 2010

Top Five Mosque Demagoguery Is Bipartisan Remade in China Fiske Names Spelman College a 2011 ‘Best Buy’ School A Different Way of Ranking Colleges Armstrong Williams Misleads as He Cheers on GOP Women Women & Politics Eleitores de Dilma estão mais decididos sobre voto, mostra Datafolha Small Business Bill Cannot Wait – Voice Your Support, … Continue reading

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Links of the Week 20 August 2010

After a long summer I am back to blogging on here consistently 😀 Now that I also fallo Português, my links will be in English mostly with some in Spanish and Portuguese. If you want to read a link in a language you don’t speak translate.google.com will be a good resource for you (its not perfect but … Continue reading