Government & Politics: Recent submissions

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    • THE THEOLOGICAL AND POLITICAL FRAGMENTATION OF EVANGELICAL ELITES 

      Burger, Matthew Joseph (2020)
      This inquiry reassesses the theological and political conservatism of the white evangelical tradition, a settled assumption in the academic and popular literature, in view of changing political rhetoric and priorities among ...
    • The Demand for Aid and the Supply of Development 

      Billing, Trey (2020)
      Though citizens in developing countries are the ostensible beneficiaries of international development, projects and policies are designed well above those on the ground. This dissertation collects three papers on the ...
    • Public Opinion or Powerful Friends: The Motivation of Minor Power Intervention Into External Conflict 

      McCulloch, Caitlin (2020)
      When and how do minor power states decide to intervene in external conflicts? When minor power states intervene, what form of intervention do they employ? I argue that particular types of intervention (military, financial, ...
    • Support Is Not Enough: The Role of Meritocracy and Sexism in Equal Pay 

      Gomez Vidal, Analia (2020)
      Since 2015, Argentina has witnessed an unprecedented increase in women’s mobilization around gender issues such as violence against women and reproductive rights. In this context, presidential support for equal pay policy ...
    • ELECTORAL LOSS AND CONTENTION 

      Patch, Allison Kathryn (2019)
      This dissertation is an exploration of the consequences of elections for those kept out of power. I draw from both the winner-loser gap literature, which explores attitude differences between winners and losers following ...