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Journal of Political Science

The Journal of Political Science (ISSN-0587-0577) is the official journal of the South Carolina Political Science Association and published annually by Athenaeum Press. JoPS seeks to publish original research of high quality that contributes to all subfields of political science. We especially welcome research on Southern politics and politics on the state of South Carolina. 

Journal of Political Science 2015 (v. 43)

Table of Contents 

  • The Home Court Advantage: Circuit Effects, Social Identity and Supreme Court Decision Making
    Bethany Blackstone, University of North Texas
     

  • Blacks’ Political Mobilization Today: The Implications for Addressing Intra-Community Issues such as Capacity Building and Development
    Theodore J. Davis, Jr., University of Delaware

  • The Globalization of Spartanburg: A Story of Local Leaders and State Supporters
    Samuel Lucas McMillan, Lander University


  • Information Flow, Grassroots Enthusiasm, and Candidate Standing in the 2012 Republican Nomination Contest 
    Adam J. Schiffer, Texas Christian University

  • Information Flow, Grassroots Enthusiasm, and Candidate Standing in the 2012
    Stacy G. Ulbig, Sam Houston State University