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Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Volume 22 Issue 4 (October 2012)

Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Volume 22 Issue 4 (October 2012)

ARTICLES
 
Race and Gender Bias in Three Administrative Contexts: Impact on Work Assignments in State Supreme Courts
Robert K. Christensen, John Szmer, and Justin M. Stritch
 
Do certain types of administrative processes better inhibit race and gender prejudices that may surface in the public workplace? We compare the

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Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Volume 43, Issue 03, October 2012

Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Volume 43, Issue 03, October 2012

Research Articles
 
From Merdeka! to massacre: The politics of sugar in the early years of the Indonesian republic
G. Roger Knight (pp 402 – 421)
Abstract
Between 1945 and 1965, what may be broadly defined as the politics of sugar in Indonesia passed
through several critical stages. The industrial manufacture

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Party Politics, Volume 18 Number 6, November 2012

Party Politics, Volume 18 Number 6, November 2012

Articles
The Europeanization of electoral politics: An analysis of converging voting distributions
in 30 European party systems, 1970–2008
Daniele Caramani, p. 803-823
Abstract
 
‘Nationalization’ theories have been used to explain the integration of electorates and party systems in democratizing and newly formed national polities. This article extends these theories to

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Comparative Political Studies, Volume 45, Number 10, October 2012

Comparative Political Studies, Volume 45, Number 10, October 2012

Articles
 
Linguistic Recognition as a Source of Confidence in the Justice System
Amy H. Liu and Vanessa A. Baird (pp.1203-1229)
Abstract
How does linguistic recognition in the courtroom affect popular confidence in the justice system among minorities? The authors argue (a) the recognition of either a minority language

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Comparative Political Studies, Volume 45, Number 8 August 2012

Comparative Political Studies, Volume 45, Number 8  August 2012

Articles
The Rise of Leftist– Populist Governance in Latin America: The Roots of Electoral Change
Karen L. Remmer (pp. 947-972)
Abstract
Over the past decade the contours of political party competition in Latin America have been dramatically altered by an upsurge of support for leftist–populist parties and the related

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