Florian Justwan’s and my article “Scaffolding Assignments and Activities for Undergraduate Research Methods” in the Journal of Political Science Education was recently posted online and published in print. The article outlines activities and strategies we’ve used in our research methods / statistics for social science classes.
Check out the article here.
Latest peer-reviewed article available here.
Citation: Florian Justwan & Sarah K. Fisher. 2017. “International Adjudication and Public Opinion in Territorial Disputes: Evidence from a Survey Experiment Using Amazon Mechanical Turk.” In Peace Economics, Peace Science, and Public Policy.
Excited to see Florian Justwan‘s and my peer-reviewed article in the online first edition of Social Studies Research and Practice. Information available here.
This simulation was originally created by my colleague, coauthor, and friend, Florian Justwan (University of Idaho). We have implemented this simulation in college classrooms and middle school classrooms.
You can download an excerpt of the background material for this simulation on my website. If you are interested in more information, please contact my colleague or me via email (Sarah Fisher’s email@example.com & Florian Justwan’s firstname.lastname@example.org).
Happy to see the article “Generalized Social Trust and International Dispute Settlement” in print in International Interactions (by Florian Justwan and Sarah Fisher). So many thanks to my wonderful coauthor, Florian Justwan.
Link to full article is available here.
Thanks to Brian Johns for inviting me to be a guest commentator for WEHC’s 90.7FM show Building Power.
Topic: 2016 Presidential Election Results
Archived Audio: https://archive.org/details/BuildingPower
My TEDx EHC talk is available here. Title “Kindness & Strangers.” Many thanks to all of the incredible Emory & Henry students who put the event together!
Blog post describing an assignment that I created for my Introduction to International Relations course is available here on the Active Learning in Political Science blog.
Materials referenced can be accessed here.