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Midi de science politique: Jean-Yves Dormagen

The department of political science at Université Laval, the Chaire de recherche sur la démocratie et les…

2017

Report: Canada must be proactive about policies that target political bots, Fenwick McKelvey, Betakit, July 7, 2017…

2016

Quebec My Country Mon Pays looks at anglo exodus from Quebec, Montreal Gazette, December 2016 In the…

2015

Bellwether no more – so what? Ruth Dassonneville, PétroliaTopic (October 26, 2015) Trudeau’s ‘likeable dude’ image a…

2014

Revue de l’année par continent : l’Amérique François Gélineau, Radio Canada (December 28, 2014) Tous les yeux…

Axis 1 – Learning Democratic Citizenship in an Unequal World

This axis focuses on the acquisition of values, attitudes and behaviours that contribute to a vibrant democratic…

Axis 2 – Practicing Citizenship in a Skeptical World

The practice of democratic citizenship is undergoing a multifaceted transition. There are fundamental changes in conceptions of…

Axis 3: Representing and Governing Citizens in Critical Times

After learning and practicing democratic citizenship, the next critical steps are representation and governance. Democratic institutions are…

Speaker Series: Mikael Persson

The CSDC Speaker Series Presents: “Responsive Democracy: Longitudinal Analyses on the Relationship between Public Opinion and Public…