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APSRAustralian Partnership for Sustainable Repositories (Scholarly Technology Services; Australian National University; Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia)
APSRAmerican Political Science Review
APSRAccountable Property System of Record (US DoD)
APSRAsia Pacific Society of Respirology (Tokyo, Japan)
APSRAlabama Para Spiritual Research
APSRAxial Power Shaping Rod
APSRAssociation of Professionals for Spousal Re-Unification
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Nathaniel Beck, "Presidential Influence on the Federal Reserve," American Political Science Review 1982, pp.
From 1958 to 1968, for example, the American Political Science Review published only three articles on the urban crisis, four on racial conflicts, one on poverty, two on civil disobedience, and two on violence.
"The President and the Political Use of Force." American Political Science Review 80 (June): 541-66.
1992 "The State of Political Science: How We Became What We Study." American Political Science Review 86:92-101.
Jack Walker, "The Origins and Maintenance of Interst Groups in America," American Political Science Review, 77(1983): 390-406.
Scholz, Jim Twombly, and Barbara Headrick, "Street-Level Controls Over Federal Bureaucracy," American Political Science Review 85 (September 1991): 829-850.
Government Style references Manual Plano's Dictionary of Political Science TABLE 2 Inconsistency within American Political Science Review and Presidential Studies Quarterly American Political Science Review 1973 Edward R.
By now most readers will know of the New York Times article on November 4, 2000, reporting a protest against the American Political Science Association in general and the American Political Science Review in particular.
His publications include Carl Schmitt's Critique of Liberalism (Cambridge University Press, 1997) and articles in the American Political Science Review and Political Theory.
The articles selected were originally published between 1927 and 2006 and include both classic and contemporary readings from the pages of such publications as Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, Ethical Perspectives, The American Political Science Review, European Journal of Communicaiton, and The Public Opinion Quarterly.
Cohen, professor of political science at Fordham University, is the author of several books, including Presidential Responsiveness and Public Policy-Making, as well as articles in numerous journals, including the American Political Science Review. American Journal of Political Science, and Journal of Politics.
Leafing through the pages of the American Political Science Review, a reader might be forgiven for thinking he had stumbled upon an engineering journal, so thick are the pages with abstruse mathematics.
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