A bipartisan discussion about what we have learned about parties, partisanship, and the structures of our democracy.
The Past Four Years: What Have We Learned?
A timely conversation exploring controversial elections throughout American history, and what we can learn from them as we approach Election Day.
America’s Contentious Presidential Elections: A History
Fall 2020, TTH 10:00-11:00am
This course will examine Russia’s pioneering influence operation in the American presidential election of 2016, its impact and its implications for democracy.
SOUL: Russia, 2016 & the Future of Information Warfare
SNF Agora Training: Facts or Fakes?
Student reasoning improves when alternative viewpoints can be considered and engaged, and deliberation can help overcome polarization and reduce extremism.
Election 2020: Engaging Students in Civic Discourse
Digital Political Ethics: Aligning Principles with Practice
Jessica Baldwin-Philippi, Fordham University
Leticia Bode, Georgetown University
Daniel Kreiss, University of North Carolina
Digital disinformation and the 2020 election: ‘It’s going to be a complete mess’
November 14, 2019
Join journalists and scholars who will explore the state of digital campaigning, advertising, and analytics in electoral politics
Digital Media in the 2020 Election
A first wave of sociological research on the 2016 presidential election has now been published, and a prominent theme of this research is the appeal of Trump’s campaign to white, working-class voters.
Status Threat, Material Interests, and the 2016 Presidential Vote
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