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Women and the Future of South Sudan: Local Insights for Building Inclusive Constituencies for Peace

Academics and practitioners often assume that because women in South Sudan face such severe consequences of conflict, they are natural advocates for peace. However, recent research shows that women in South Sudan are just as likely as men to believe that violence...

Dominic Iyaa, Katie Smith & Search for Common Ground

Analysis

ADVANCED, INTERMEDIATE

Created 10/05/2018

Value for Money in Purchasing Votes? Vote-buying and Voting Behavior in the Laboratory

Principal Investigators: Jessica Leight, Economics, Williams College Rohini Pande, Economics, Harvard University Kennedy School of Government Laura Ralston, Economics, World Bank Vote-buying is extremely common in developed and developing countries: politicians use a range of tools, from covert or complex to simplistic...

Institute of International Education

Analysis

Created 09/24/2018

Increasing Civic and Political Participation of Women: Understanding the Risk of Strong Resistance

Research Team: Principal Investigator Vanessa Ochs, Religious Studies, University of Virginia Principal Investigator Denise Walsh; Politics and Women, Gender, and Sexuality; University of Virginia Swati Chawla, History, University of Virginia Dannah Dennis, Anthropology, University of Virginia Paromita Sen, Politics, University of Virginia...

Institute of International Education

Analysis

Created 09/24/2018

Reducing Vulnerability to Human Trafficking: An Experimental Intervention Using Anti-Trafficking Campaigns to Change Knowledge, Attitudes, Beliefs, and Practices in Nepal

Principal Investigators: Dan Archer, Empathetic Media Margaret Boittin, Law and Political Science, York University Cecilia Hyunjung Mo, Political Science, Vanderbilt University Through the C-TIP Campus Challenge Research Grants, teams of researchers at three universities implemented public opinion surveys in USAID priority countries...

Institute of International Education

Analysis, Blog

Created 09/19/2018

Online and Offline Activism in Egypt and Bahrain

Principal Investigators: James Fowler, Medical Genetics and Political Science, University of California, San Diego Zachary Steinert-Threlkeld, Political Science, University of California, San Diego To the international community watching mass public protests unfold across the Middle East in the first half of 2011,...

Institute of International Education

Analysis

Created 09/19/2018

Legitimacy Deficits in Colombia’s Peace Talks: Elites, Trust, and Support for Transitional Justice

Principal Investigators: Ryan E. Carlin, Political Science, Georgia State University Jennifer L. McCoy, Political Science, Georgia State University Jelena Subotic, Political Science, Georgia State University As part of Colombia’s transitional justice process, the Colombian government is negotiating with the Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias...

Institute of International Education

Analysis

Created 09/19/2018

Gauging Public Opinion on Human Trafficking in Moldova and Albania: Employing Survey Experimentation to Inform Effective Prevention and Awareness Programs

Principal Investigators: Ekaterina Botchkovar, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Northeastern University Vanessa Bouché, Political Science, Texas Christian University Amy Farrell, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Northeastern University Dana Whittmer, Political Science, Colorado College Through the C-TIP Campus Challenge Research Grants, teams of researchers at...

Institute of International Education

Analysis

Created 09/19/2018

Does Women’s Political Presence Matter? Examining the Effects of Descriptive Representation on Symbolic Representation in Uruguay

Principal Investigators: Kim Fridkin, Political Science, Arizona State University Magda Hinojosa, Political Science, Arizona State University Miki Kittilson, Political Science, Arizona State University The ASU research team studied how women’s descriptive, substantive, and symbolic political representation is affected by legislation that establishes...

Institute of International Education

Analysis

Created 09/19/2018

Civil Resistance and Corporate Behavior: Mapping Trends and Assessing Impact

Principal Investigators: Erica Chenoweth, Josef Korbel School of International Studies, University of Denver Tricia Olsen, Business Ethics and Legal Studies, University of Denver Corporations can be implicated in human rights violations involving their employees and the communities in which they operate. Although...

Institute of International Education

Analysis

Created 09/19/2018

China and the African State: Evidence from Surveys, Survey Experiments, and Behavioral Games in Liberia

Principal Investigators: Philip Roessler, Government and Politics, The College of William and Mary Robert Blair, Political Science, Brown University What are the effects of Chinese investment and development projects on the perceived legitimacy of African states? In recent years, China has dramatically...

Institute of International Education

Analysis

Created 09/19/2018

Can Indigenous Associations Foster Trust, Tolerance, and Public Goods? Explornig the Role of Grins in Post-Conflict Mali

Principal Investigators: Jaimie Bleck, Political Science, University of Notre Dame Philippe Lemay-Boucher, Development Economics, University of Notre Dame People gather in structured, if informal, community groups for many reasons—social, such as a book club or softball league; economic, such as a team...

Institute of International Education

Created 09/19/2018

Assessing Changes in Attitudes, Awareness, and Behavior among Indonesian Youth: A Multi-Method Communication and Social Media Approach to Help Counter Human Trafficking

Principal Investigators: Mark Latonero, Communications, USC Sheila Murphy, Communications, USC Patricia Riley, Communications, USC Prawit Thainiyom, Communications, USC Through the C-TIP Campus Challenge Research Grants, teams of researchers at three universities implemented public opinion surveys in USAID priority countries for C-TIP programming....

Institute of International Education

Analysis

Created 09/19/2018