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Teaching the Craft, Ethics, and Politics of Field Experiments

How can we manage the politics and ethics of large-scale online behavioral research? When this question came up in April during a forum on Defending Democracy at Princeton, Ed Felten mentioned on stage that I was teaching a Princeton undergrad … Continue reading

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CFP: J of Interdisciplinary Feminist Thought – Women and Politics: Obstacles & Opportunities

From the FLP mailbox: The Journal of Interdisciplinary Feminist Thought, a peer-reviewed open access journal published through Salve Regina University annually since 2005, invites contributions for its next issue: Women and Politics: Obstacles & Opportunities. DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: August 31, … Continue reading

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The Ethics, Law, and Politics of Immigration & Refugees: A Select Bibliography

A two-year-old Honduran asylum seeker cries as her mother is searched and detained near the U.S.-Mexico border (John Moore/Getty Images) My latest bibliography is on “the ethics, law, and politics of immigration and refugees.” Read more detail on Recent Legal … Continue reading

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AT SYRACUSE, TRUTH PALES IN IMPORTANCE TO POLITICS: In the Washington Post, Syracuse law professor G…

AT SYRACUSE, TRUTH PALES IN IMPORTANCE TO POLITICS: In the Washington Post, Syracuse law professor Greg Germain points out that the supposedly bigoted and racist language used by members of a fraternity suspended after video of a satirical roast got … Continue reading

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Grey on a Normative Theory of Reparations Politics

Sam Grey (University of Victoria, Faculty of Social Sciences, Political Science) has posted Just and Unjust Reallocations of Historical Burdens: Notes on a Normative Theory of Reparations Politics (Les Ateliers de l'éthique/The Ethics Forum, Forthcoming) on SSRN.  Here is the abstract: Prevailing … Continue reading

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