Hide the Republicans, the Christians, and the Women: A Response to "Politics and Professional Advancement Among College Faculty"

@article{Ames2005HideTR,
  title={Hide the Republicans, the Christians, and the Women: A Response to "Politics and Professional Advancement Among College Faculty"},
  author={B. Charles Ames and David C. Barker and Chris W. Bonneau and Christopher Carman},
  journal={The Forum},
  year={2005},
  volume={3}
}
Do conservatives suffer discrimination in academe? In “Politics and Professional Advancement Among College Faculty,” Rothman, Lichter, and Nevitte argue that “conservatives and Republicans teach at lower quality schools than do liberals and Democrats.” Using a survey of 1643 faculty members from 183 four-year colleges and universities, they conclude that their results are “consistent with the hypothesis that political conservatism confers a disadvantage in the competition for political… 

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