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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Political Science & International Relations. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.

Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Political Science & International Relations. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.
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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Political Science & International Relations. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.

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Episodes

Representative Budgeting: Women Mayors and the Composition of Spending in Local Governments

7/17/2019
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In this episode of the Political Research Quarterly podcast series, Tiffany Barnes interviews Kendall Funk (Arizona State University, Glendale) and Andy Philips (University of Colorado Boulder), about their PRQ article, "Representative Budgeting: Women Mayors and the Composition of Spending in Local Governments". Kendall and Andy discuss the methodology and findings of their research, as well as future possibilities for their approach.

Duration:00:24:59

Israel, Palestine, and Latin America: Conflitual Relationships

4/30/2019
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In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, discusses the origin, themes of the May 2019 issue, "Israel, Palestine, and Latin America: Conflictual Relationships," with guest co-editor Pablo Pozzi.

Duration:00:23:13

Thomas Gregory: Dangerous Feelings: Checkpoints and the Perception of Hostile Intent

4/29/2019
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We talk with Thomas Gregory about his article “Dangerous Feelings: Checkpoints and the Perception of Hostile Intent” in which he examines the spate of Iraqi civilians killed at Coalition checkpoints between 2006 and 2007 and draws our attention to the role of affect and pre-existing assumptions about the danger posed by certain bodies in the decision to use lethal force. Hosted by Antoine Bousquet.

Duration:00:51:46

State and Local Government Review Social Equity Panel Discussion

4/10/2019
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In this panel discussion, J. Edwin Benton and Susan Gooden discuss social equity with city and county administrators Bert Lumbreras (Assistant City Manager in Austin, TX), Karen Rahn (director of the Human Services Department in Boulder, CO), Carl Harness (Chief Human Services Administrator in Hillsborough County, FL), and Daryl Delabbio (County Administrator and Comptroller in Kent County, MI).

Duration:00:40:23

State and Local Government Review Roundtable: The ‘Shifting Sands’ of American IGR in an Era of Flux and Uncertainty: What’s Happening and What to Expect

4/10/2019
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In case you missed it: in this panel discussion at ASPA 2017, moderated by John Kincaid and introduced by SLGR Editor Michael J. Scicchitano, J. Edwin Benton, Timothy J. Conlan, Justin Marlowe, and Michael Pagano discuss their work prior to the special issue of SLGR, The "Shifting" Sands of American IGR in an Era of Flux and Uncertainty: What's Happening and What to Expect.

Duration:01:22:26

Justice Matters: Peace Negotiations, Stable Agreements, and Durable Peace

3/13/2019
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In this episode of the Journal of Conflict Resolution podcast series, JCR Editor Paul Huth and Daniel Druckman discuss the article "Justice Matters: Peace Negotiations, Stable Agreements, and Durable Peace," coauthored by Daniel Druckman and Lynn Wagner. They dive into the methodology and findings of the article, as well as next steps and new research on the topic.

Duration:00:18:03

Discussion Panel: Exploring Regional Inter-governmental Organizations, Part 2

3/5/2019
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In this second installment of the Urban Affairs Review podcast, Jen Nelles and David Miller, alongside a board of regional inter-governmental executive directors, discuss RIGOs in various parts of the United States.

Duration:00:38:42

UAR: Discussion Panel: Exploring Regional Inter-governmental Organizations, Part 1

3/5/2019
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In this Urban Affairs Review podcast, Jen Nelles and David Miller, alongside a board of regional inter-governmental executive directors, discuss RIGOs in various parts of the United States

Duration:00:23:41

A discussion with Mark Salter, Security Dialogue Editor

2/4/2019
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SD Podcast Number 23: In this special episode, we talk with Mark Salter, the editor of Security Dialogue, about the journal’s past year and its plans for the year of its 50th anniversary in 2019. We also discuss the challenges and opportunities within contemporary academic publishing and Mark offers advice for prospective contributors to Security Dialogue. Hosted by Antoine Bousquet.

Duration:00:36:10

Implications of the 2018 US Elections for Women's Representation in the Democratic and Republican Parties

1/2/2019
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In this episode of the Political Research Quarterly podcast series, Diana O'Brien (Texas A&M University) interviews Michele Swers (Georgetown University) and Danielle Thomsen (University of California, Irvine) on their PRQ article "Which Women Can Run? Gender, Partisanship, and Candidate Donor Networks," and the implications of the 2018 elections for women's representation in politics.

Duration:00:28:13

Pink-Tide Governments: Pragmatic and Populist Responses to Challenges from the Right

12/27/2018
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In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, discusses the themes of the January 2019 issue, "Pink-Tide Governments: Pragmatic and Populist Responses to Challenges from the Right," with guest editor Steve Ellner.

Duration:00:35:25

Security Dialogue podcast - Jolle Demmers and Lauren Gould: An Assemblage Approach to Liquid Warfare

12/12/2018
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We talk to Jolle Demmers and Lauren Gould about their article “An Assemblage Approach to Liquid Warfare: AFRICOM and the ‘Hunt’ for Joseph Kony” in which they trace the constitution and workings of a transnational military assemblage across East Africa that exemplifies the emergence of a new military interventionism. Hosted by Antoine Bousquet. https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0967010618777890

Duration:00:45:40

Security Dialogue podcast - on 'Warfare as design: transgressive creativity and reductive operational planning'

11/9/2018
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Dan Öberg speaks to us about his article “Warfare as Design: Transgressive Creativity and Reductive Operational Planning” in which he examines the growing influence of a “design” discourse influenced by post-positivist philosophy on command and planning debates within Western militaries. Hosted by Antoine Bousquet. http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/0967010618795787

Duration:00:27:26

Assessing the Gender Gap: Implications for the 2018 Midterm Elections

11/5/2018
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In this episode of the Political Research Quarterly podcast series, Tiffany Barnes interviews Heather Ondercin and Erin Cassese on their respective PRQ articles, "Who is Responsible for the Gender Gap? The Dynamics of Men’s and Women’s Democratic Macropartisanship, 1950–2012" and "American Party Women: A Look at the Gender Gap within Parties." Heather and Erin discuss the findings of their research and what it can tell us about the 2018 Midterm Elections.

Duration:00:17:38

Creating Preemptive Suspects: National Security, Border Defense, and Immigration Policy, 1980-Present

10/23/2018
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In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast series Alex Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives Inc., is joined by Lynn Stephens, María L. Cruz-Torres and Seth M. Holmes, to discuss Stephen's article, "Creating Preemptive Suspects: National Security, Border Defense, and Immigration Policy, 1980-Present," and Cruz-Torres and Holmes's commentaries on the subject.

Duration:00:38:35

Exploring American Regional Intergovernmental Organizations

10/19/2018
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In this Urban Affairs Review podcast, David Miller and Jen Nelles discuss their research article "Order out of Chaos: The Case for a New Conceptualization of the Cross-Boundary Instruments of American Regionalism" with UAR Editor Jered Carr.

Duration:00:33:12

LAP: Open Veins Revisited: The New Extractivism in Latin America

9/7/2018
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In this episode of the Latin American Perspectives podcast Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, discusses the theme of the September 2018 issue, "Open Veins Revisited: The New Extractivism in Latin America," with guest editors Linda Farthing and Nicole Fabricant.

Duration:00:15:01

LAP: The Cold War and Latin American Studies

7/16/2018
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Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews LAP Editor Ronald Chilcote on the subject of the July 2018 issue: "The Cold War and Latin American Studies."

Duration:00:15:00

ALT Northeast Indian Enigmas

7/16/2018
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Author Åshild Kolås discusses her introduction to the special issue about "Northeast Indian Enigmas Parapolitics Revistied." The introduction is published in the August 2017 issue of Alternatives.

Duration:00:08:43

LAP: Media, Politics, and Democratization in Latin America (Spanish)

4/23/2018
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Alexander Scott, Outreach Coordinator for Latin American Perspectives, interviews special guest editors Javier Campo and Tomás Crowder-Taraborrelli on the subject of the May 2018 issue: "Media, Politics, and Democratization in Latin America."

Duration:00:13:29