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U.S. public television in the digital era: from niche to "Greek marketplace"?

Hélène Palmeri
2010 Transatlantica : Revue d'Études Américaines  
The policy issues are dominated by much grander actors and it seems that the political forces in Washington DC are more interested in sorting out the winners and losers among the big players, old and new  ...  in the statement of mission adopted by PBS stations in 2004.  ... 
doi:10.4000/transatlantica.5193 fatcat:wxqa3quv6jeebewnaz3rnpktuq

Action in culture: Act I of the presidential primary campaign in the U.S., April to December, 2015

Jason L. Mast
2016 American Journal of Cultural Sociology  
This article offers a thick description of the United States during the first nine months of the 2016 presidential election competition.  ...  caucuses, and in the general election in November 2016.  ...  them, heroes and villains, winners and losers.  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41290-016-0009-3 fatcat:v3ydsmx4gzay7pva5hev2yxxbm

Media Addiction and Political Participation in Serbia

Jean-Louis Marie, LJubiša Bojić
2016 Serbian Political Thought  
Reflections on the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election Few polls or pundits predicted Donald Trump's victory over Hillary Clinton.  ...  Trump won because he appealed to a half of America that lies mostly hidden from media gaze, an America that lives in declining rustbelt cities and towns that used to be thrived factory centers, a more  ...  Citing and Referencing We welcome articles reporting research on substantive topic, concepts, and/ or methodologies in all fields of political science.  ... 
doi:10.22182/spt.1422016.10 fatcat:l2mbkngrjre55imzgkgukfavtu

Volume 66.1 (2021)

2021 American Studies  
We want to retire by the river, and plant collard greens in abandoned fields. We want our ancestors to rest in peace. We want our city back. We don't want law and order. We want justice and jobs.  ...  We want to be rid of smack and crack. We want to retire by the river and raise collard greens in abandoned fields. We want our ancestors to rest in peace. We are seizing the hour.  ...  into winners and, yes, losers.  ... 
doi:10.33675/amst/2021/1/1 fatcat:2pzafrkb6ndmhope6ewwzi6to4

Gordian knot: apartheid and the unmaking of the liberal world order

2013 ChoiceReviews  
Africa's place in the global community in the 1960s.  ...  As such, the debate about South Africa provides a microcosm of the larger postcolonial moment, exposing the deep-seated differences between politicians and policymakers in the First and Third Worlds, as  ...  However, notions of winners and losers would mask the contradictions of this tumultuous historical moment.  ... 
doi:10.5860/choice.50-5245 fatcat:rfkxunbssjfhnieopdpvz2qkoi

The Future Security Environment in the Middle East: Conflict, Stability, and Political Change

L. Carl Brown, Nora Bensahel, Daniel L. Byman
2004 Foreign Affairs  
the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information.  ...  Public reporting burden for the collection of information is estimated to average 1 hour per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining  ...  Television As television came to the Arab world in the 1960s and 1970s, it fell into the drab mode of state-sponsored media.  ... 
doi:10.2307/20034117 fatcat:avokdimxercujei2fdtmndrsky

Speaker & Gavel Editorial Board S&G Editor DSR-TKA President

Brian Amsden, Sarah Jones, Tomeka Robinson, Najla Amundson, James Kimble, Desireé Rowe, Heather Carmack, R Kellam, Sarah Steimel, Michael Chouinard, Christopher Leland, Fred Sternhagen (+18 others)
It would be years before any females would be elected to the U.S.  ...  A full comparison of the function results for winners and losers is presented in Table 7 .  ...  Sure, forensics is competitive and you want to do better than the competition, but you still wanted to see others do well too.  ... 

Understanding Conspiracy Theories

Karen M. Douglas, Joseph E. Uscinski, Robbie M. Sutton, Aleksandra Cichocka, Turkay Nefes, Chee Siang Ang, Farzin Deravi
2019 Political Psychology  
Scholarly efforts to understand conspiracy theories have grown significantly in recent years, and there is now a broad and interdisciplinary literature.  ...  In reviewing this body of work, we ask three specific questions. First, what factors are associated with conspiracy beliefs?  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This work was funded by the Centre for Research and Evidence on Security Threats (ESRC Award: ES/N009614/1).  ... 
doi:10.1111/pops.12568 fatcat:2mhqoita3rcincc65hporuqvoq

The Researcher: An Interdisciplinary Journal 29.1 (Fall 2016)

Candis Pizzetta
2017 Figshare  
Narrative Writing: A Thematic Analysis" by Kalpana Mukunda Iyengar"Mississippi Academy for Science Teaching (Project MAST) Capturing Teachers' Long-Term Change: A Follow-Up Study of Professional Development in  ...  The Researcher, Fall 2016, Vol. 29 No.1"School Violence: The School Environment and Its Impact on Learning" by Brian E. Anderson, Trenia L. Allen, & Patrice R.  ...  Information about the two candidates such as incumbency (0=challenger, 1=incumbent); party (0=Democrat, 1=Republican); election outcome (0=loser, 1=winner); and the candidate's share of the vote (percentage  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5036135.v1 fatcat:c4cbihsmfnez5fmnac6etdk6lu

Free Trade and Protection

1869 Scientific American  
Institute of International Education. Organization for Economic Development and Cooperation. Transfer of Knowledge Through Expatriate Nationals  ...  Economy : Foreign Loans, Financial Crises, and Debt Settlements, 1820-1990. Boulder: Westview Press. Vernengo, M. ( 2004 ) "Bretton Woods", in J.  ...  Williamson, J. (1990) " What Washington Means by Policy Reform", in J.  ... 
doi:10.1038/scientificamerican05081869-292a fatcat:4zpqxepkufbznbgsuhou7nk4ru

Besieged: School Boards and the Future of Education Politics

Stephen L. Esquith
2006 Perspectives on Politics  
on winners and losers is not obvious.  ...  Sections of the book offer insights to those interested in news bias, ideology, and vote choices made in the 2000 presidential election.  ...  few economic benefits, and engaged in long, bitter, and ultimately futile wars in an effort to retain their possessions.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1537592706500143 fatcat:h7f7ccg2ovg5veqhac54w6ioae


Analúcia Danilevicz Pereira
2020 Brazilian Journal of African Studies  
In the text "Elections and democratic deficits in Nigeria's Fourth Republic: a commentary", Al-Chukwuma Okoli, Chigozie Joseph Nebeife and Markus Arum Izang discuss the phenomenon of democratic deficits  ...  that culminated in socio-spatial and ethnic-racial segregation, which currently occurs in megacities, large cities and global cities in Africa.  ...  This thinking has, over the years, informed a pattern of politicking that involves desperate competition for power, making pursuit of state power a matter of 'a do or die affair' where the winner takes  ... 
doaj:3688ba8218db4d03964faeb013c663d8 fatcat:myuysod4jza6lilc6vypa6np5m

The Illusion of Law: The Legitimating Schemas of Modern Policy and Corporate Law

Ronald Chen, Jon Hanson
2004 Michigan law review  
Similar conceptions of threats to our freedom and our system played a significant role in the 2004 presidential election.  ...  Given that worldview, the winners and losers in our system appear as the winners and losers in that same game -in which, on average, the more talented, harder working, more deserving -in short, the better  ... 
doi:10.2307/4141976 fatcat:m4dhgacm5feqbkg2edaefbl474

Rationalized and Extended Democracy: The REDemo Project [article]

Molteni Tagliabue
2022 Zenodo  
Consequently, expertise and science (in the broader sense, comprising social sciences) have scarce say in politics and policy.  ...  This is mostly due to the inevitably "Schumpeterian" mindset and behaviour of politicians, who are more interested in gaining, maintaining, and expanding their power than in pursuing democratic/constitutional  ...  was openly encouraged by the presidential candidates of 1976: but the political will faded after Carter's election in 1976 and the project was buried.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5956996 fatcat:m2cphmlxzbfflmy3zh5tz5fpiy

Labor and Land Struggles in a Brazilian Steel Town: The Reorganization of Capital under Neo-Extractivism [chapter]

Massimiliano Mollona, University of London, GB
2019 The Social Question in the Twenty-First Century: A Global View  
The Social Question in the Twenty-First Century Employment Guarantee Act), 108 Nasser, Gamal Abdel, 188, 193, 194, 195 National Commission on Enterprises in the Unorganized Sector (NCEUS), 109 National  ...  Commission on Rural Labour (India), 101 National Economic and Social Development Bank (Banco Nacional de Desenvolvimento Econômico e Social) (BNDES), 136 National Health Security Act (Thailand), 88 nationalization  ...  competitive advantage in global garment production networks.  ... 
doi:10.1525/luminos.74.i fatcat:m335pmbqv5hibe3573ivqjusca
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