APSA Presidential Task Force Report on New Partnerships
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Citation of Original PublicationRogers Smith et al., APSA Presidential Task Force Report on New Partnerships, PS: Political Science & Politics, Volume 53 Issue 4, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S1049096520001274
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Several principles guide the task force’s work. In the area of research, it seeks to promote opportunities for political science research to break out of the confines of professional specialization; show that here is a factual common ground on public issues across ideological divides; and critically inform important matters of public discussion. It also prioritizes providing research opportunities to colleagues from a variety of types of institutions.