In this episode of the PS You’re Interesting podcast, Jeff Jenkins talks with Seth Hill, Associate Professor, Department of Political Science UCSD. Hill studies how citizens motivate politician behavior.
They discuss issues of representation, elections, and some extras just for you!
In this episode of the PS You’re Interesting podcast, Jeff Jenkins talks with Danielle Thomsen, Assistant Professor of Political Science at UC Irvine. Her research in American Politics primarily falls into looking at Congress, parties, and gender & politics.
Does WHY CITIES LOSE discover the “deep roots of the urban-rural political divide?” Is this a problem we can fix?
🎧 as host Lisa Schweitzer is joined by Nic Duquette, Jeffery Jenkins, & Pam Clouser McCann to explore a book which hopes to reveal a stronger understanding of the state of partisanship in the US.
Roll Call quoted Sherry Bebitch Jeffe of the USC Price School on Kamala Harris’s 2010 victory in the race for California attorney general.
Another bonus episode! Host Lisa discusses Professor Manuel Pastor’s latest book, State of Resistance. The book looks at the last several decades of economic, social, and environmental transformations in California. Pastor then looks to the future to ask what these transformations can predict for the larger United States.
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Newsday quoted Abby Wood of the USC Gould School on PAC money recipients.
EdSource quoted Sherry Bebitch Jeffe of the USC Price School on the campaign for state superintendent of public instruction in California.
We’re six months away from one of the most consequential midterm elections in modern history, and Americans are fed up with Congress. Politicians have gotten a bad rap throughout history, but today’s legislators are setting record lows in approval ratings and public trust. What gives? Why do they disappoint us so often? Are they really ignoring our needs and demands, or are we misunderstanding the challenges they face?
In this episode, Sarah Anderson shows that it’s a little of both: politicians don’t listen to all constituents equally, but they also can’t just snap their fingers and fulfill our wishes.
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Capital Public Radio quoted Sherry Bebitch Jeffe of the USC Price School about California’s history of eccentric gubernatorial candidates.
In Coriolanus, Shakespeare brings us to a Rome in a time of transitional government, leadership, citizenship. Great warrior Coriolanus returns from battle and is asked to run for office, his pride and disregard for the plebeians leads to ruin.
Can Shakespeare still teach us about leadership?
Host Jeffery A. Jenkins () is joined by guests Carla Della Gatta (, Lisa Schweitzer (), and Donnajean Ward ().
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