Kenneth Janda, Jeffrey M. Berry, Jerry Goldman, Deborah Schildkraut, Paul Manna
ISBN-13: 9780357459508 | ISBN-10: 0357459504
| Published 2021
List Price USD $195.95
This title’s thematic framework explores how the clash of values surrounding freedom, order, and equality characterizes politics in the United States, while helping students learn firsthand that democracy requires thoughtful and difficult choices.
Kenneth Janda is the Payson S. Wild Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Northwestern University. He has published extensively in comparative party politics, research methodology and early use of computer technology in political science, for which he received awards from EDUCOM and support from Apple Computer. His American Political Science Association awards include the Samuel Eldersveld Lifetime Achievement Award (2000) and the Frank J. Goodnow Award for distinguished service to the profession and the association (2009). Dr. Janda and fellow author Dr. Jerry Goldman shared APSA technology awards in 1992 for the IDEAlog computer program and in 2005 for the IDEAlog website. His most recent book is THE EMPEROR AND THE PEASANT: TWO MEN AT THE START OF THE GREAT WAR AND THE END OF THE HABSBURG EMPIRE (McFarland, 2018).Jeffrey M. Berry is the John Richard Skuse Professor of Political Science at Tufts University. A recipient of the American Political Science Association's Samuel Eldersveld Lifetime Achievement Award (2009), Dr. Berry has also received APSA "best book" awards for THE REBIRTH OF URBAN DEMOCRACY (1994), A VOICE FOR NONPROFITS (2004) and LOBBYING AND POLITICAL CHANGE (2009) as well as an award from the Policy Studies Organization for THE NEW LIBERALISM (1999). His most recent book is THE OUTRAGE INDUSTRY: POLITICAL OPINION MEDIA AND THE NEW INCIVILITY (with Sarah Sobieraj). An undergraduate at the University of California, Berkeley, he received his doctorate from Johns Hopkins University.Jerry Goldman is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Northwestern University. He is the 2010 recipient of the first American Political Science Association/CQ Press Award for Teaching Innovation in Political Science and has received many other awards, including the American Bar Association's Silver Gavel for increasing the public's understanding of the law, the EDUCOM Medal and the Roman & Littlefield Prize for Teaching Innovation. In 2012, Dr. Goldman made the Fastcase 50: "the 50 most interesting, provocative and courageous leaders in the world of law, scholarship and legal technology." Through the Oyez multimedia Supreme Court archive project at oyez.org, he has brought the U.S. Supreme Court closer to everyone. An undergraduate at Brooklyn College, he received his Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins University.Deborah J. Schildkraut is professor of political science at Tufts University. She is the author of AMERICANISM IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: PUBLIC OPINION IN THE AGE OF IMMIGRATION (2011), PRESS “ONE” FOR ENGLISH: LANGUAGE POLICY, PUBLIC OPINION, AND AMERICAN IDENTITY (2005), and several other research articles. Her research focuses on the implications of the changing ethnic composition of the United States on public opinion in a variety of domains. Professor Schildkraut has received awards from the American Political Science Association for the best book published in the field of political psychology (2012) and for the best paper presented in the field of elections, public opinion, and voting behavior (2009). She has served on the Board of Overseers for the American National Election Study and as a reviewer for the National Science Foundation. She was an undergraduate at Tufts University and received her PhD from Princeton University.Paul Manna is the Isabelle and Jerome E. Hyman Distinguished University Professor of Government at the College of William & Mary, where he also serves as a faculty affiliate in the college's Public Policy Program. His research and teaching focus on American politics, policy implementation, federalism, bureaucracy, and applied research methods. Manna is the author of School's In: Federalism and the National Education Agenda (Georgetown University Press, 2006), which examines the evolving relationship between federal and state education policy since the 1960s, and Collision Course: Federal Education Policy Meets State and Local Realities (CQ Press, 2011), which assesses No Child Left Behind's implementation from 2002-2009, early Obama administration initiatives, and potential future directions for federal policy. He is also co-editor, with Patrick McGuinn of Drew University, of Education Governance for the Twenty-First Century: Overcoming the Structural Barriers to School Reform (Brookings, 2013). Manna's current research is examining several topics including the role of state education advocacy organizations in the process of policy change, the relationship between neighborhood violence and school performance, and voter participation in elections for state education chief. After graduating with his B.A. in political science from Northwestern University, Manna taught social studies in his home-town public high school for three years before earning his M.A. and Ph.D. in political science from the University of Wisconsin.
ISBN13:9780357459515 ISBN10:0357459512 This title’s thematic framework explores how the clash of values surrounding freedom, order, and equality characterizes politics in the United States, while helping students learn firsthand that democracy requires thoughtful and difficult choices.
ISBN13:9780357459522 ISBN10:0357459520 This title’s thematic framework explores how the clash of values surrounding freedom, order, and equality characterizes politics in the United States, while helping students learn firsthand that democracy requires thoughtful and difficult choices.
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