Authors

Publisher

Department of Political Science at Virginia Commonwealth University

Document Type

Article

Original Publication Date

2017

Issue Statement

Volume 2, 2017

Comments

The Department of Political Science at Virginia Commonwealth University is proud to present Volume 2 of The Ramerican Political Science Review. This journal presents some of the best undergraduate work produced by students at VCU during the 2016‐2017 academic year.

Date of Submission

2020-11-02

Table of Contents

Letter from the Department of Political Science -- Diversity and Tolerance: The Intergroup Contact Theory in Practice / Margaret Hemenway -- Identity and Social Movements: Analyzing Social Movement Participation through Identity Theory / Mariah Hines -- Representative Deviance in the Media: Pre‐Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Through a Queer Lens) / Matthew Helton -- International Legal Recognition after Unilateral Secession: The Case of Somaliland / Trevor Davis -- Beyond the Axis of Convenience: Re‐examining Russian‐Chinese Relations and the Search for Multipolarity / David Hayter -- How the Tsetse Left Africa and Why the Rwandan Nightmare put the World to Sleep / Savannah‐Zhané Jolley -- Book Reviews: How Others See Us: The Causes and Consequences of Foreign Perceptions of America / Mikaela Reinard

Contributor

Virginia Commonwealth University. Department of Political Science

Local Genre

university publication; text

City/State

Richmond (Va.)

Resource Type

Text

Original Item Medium

periodicals

Digital File Type

application/pdf

Language

eng

Rights

© The Author(s)

Digital Publisher

VCU Libraries

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