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Coalitional Lobbying and Intersectional Representation in American Rulemaking

Maraam A. Dwidar

In her article published in American Political Science Review, Assistant Professor of Political Science Maraam Dwidar's argues that interest groups representing women, people of color, Native nations, and the poor strategically conduct intersectional advocacy through coalitional lobbying.

August 13, 2021

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Bringing Abolition in: Addressing Carceral Logics in Social Science Research

Elizabeth Jordie Davies, Jenn M. Jackson, Shea Streeter
Jenn Jackson, assistant professor of political science, and co-authors review and offer theoretical groundings and empirical approaches to the study of abolition.
August 10, 2021

Childhood injuries and food stamp benefits: an examination of administrative data in one US state

Colleen M. Heflin, Irma Arteaga, Jean Felix Ndashimye & Matthew P. Rabbitt
August 5, 2021

US State Policies, Politics, and Life Expectancy

Jennifer Karas Montez, Jason Beckfield, Julene Kemp Cooney, Jacob M. Grumbach, Mark D. Hayward, Huseyin Zeyd Koytak, Steven H. Woolf, Anna Zajacova
August 5, 2021

Green Stimulus in a Post-pandemic Recovery: the Role of Skills for a Resilient Recovery

Ziqiao Chen, Giovanni Marin, David Popp & Francesco Vona
August 5, 2021

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Forecasting with Unbalanced Panel Data

Badi H. Baltagi & Long Liu
August 5, 2021

Does Proximity to Fast Food Cause Childhood Obesity? Evidence from Public Housing

Jeehee Han, Amy Ellen Schwartz & Brian Elbel
August 5, 2021

Self-Esteem in 12-Step Recovery; Theoretical History, Evidence, and Implications for Future Research

Austin McNeill Brown, Mariah Brennan Nanni & Onawa P. LaBelle
August 5, 2021

The Unique Impacts of U.S. Social and Health Policies on Rural Population Health and Aging

Danielle C. Rhubart, Shannon M. Monnat, Leif Jensen & Claire Pendergrast
August 5, 2021

Effects of US state preemption laws on infant mortality

Douglas A. Wolf, Shannon M. Monnat & Jennifer Karas Montez
August 5, 2021

Every Now and Then I Get Flagged for a Pap Smear’: Gender Transition, Embodiment, and “Sex-Specific” Cancer Screenings

Tre Wentling, Carrie Elliott, Andrew S. London, Natalee Simpson & Rebecca Wang

The study responds to a call for studies of “embodied experiences of stigma in context” by investigating how transgender embodiment shapes perceived needs for access to and experiences of “sex-specific” cancer screenings (SSCS) (e.g., breast and prostate exams, Pap smears) in the North American healthcare system.

August 5, 2021

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