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Preventing Academic Dishonesty: Some Important Tips for Political Science Professors.
Abstract A preceding article written by Professor Hardy together with David Burch, “What Political Science Professors Should Know in Dealing with Academic Dishonesty,” was published in TeachingExpand
Missouri government and politics
Since the publication of the first edition in 1985, Missouri Government and Politics has been widely acclaimed as an outstanding text. This revised and enlarged edition updates all of the chapters toExpand
What Political Science Professors Should Know in Dealing with Academic Dishonesty
Since 1961 there has been a noticeable increase in the number of lawsuits brought by students against their professors over grades and dismissals relating to academic dishonesty. Unfortunately, manyExpand
In the Supreme Court Justices' Shoes: Critical Thinking Through the Use of Hypothetical Case Law Analyses and Interactive Simulations
Judicial decisions are an integral part of American politics and, despite the presence of written and explicated opinions of federal judges, the internal deliberations and decision making processesExpand
Organizing a Congressional Candidate Debate as Experiential Learning
This article describes a political debate among congressional candidates that the authors organized in 2006. The debate was structured to maximize student involvement both in the planning stages andExpand
ANALYZING POLICY IMPACT: SELECTION OF A LINEAR TREND MODEL
Policy analysts, as well as politicians, have shown great interest in assessing both short-term and long-term consequences of public policies in recent years. Recent time-trend studies have attemptedExpand
Civil Rights Policies and the Achievement of Racial Economic Equality, 1948-1975
The purpose of this article is to determine whether civil rights policies since 1964 have succeeded in systematically decreasing the gap between black and white male incomes, both nationally andExpand
THE IMPACT OF REAPPORTIONMENT ON POLICY EXPENDITURES: A Quasi-Experimental Time-Series Analysis
While there is little question that court-ordered reapportionment has changed the composition of state legislative personnel, it is still unclear whether reapportionment has had any significantExpand
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