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Speaker Series – Peter Dinesen (ULaval)

The Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship presents: Peter Dinesen (University of Copenhagen) Working together? Ethnic Diversity…

One Person, One Vote? Blockchain Technologies and Experiments in Voting and Party Governance

Principal investigator: Fenwick McKelveyProfessor, Communication StudiesConcordia University Members involved in the project: Jeremy Clark – Professor, Information Systems Engineering,…

Programming the Vote: a long-term, comparative study of how political parties have used computers to better control their campaigns in Canada and the United States

Principal investigator: Fenwick McKelveyProfessor, Communication StudiesConcordia University Abstract: The project, Programming the Vote, is the first long-term,…

Students Methods Grants

One of our central missions is the support of research method training for graduate students and post-doctoral…

Students Travel Grants

One of our central missions is the support of research method training for graduate students and post-doctoral…

029c – Bert Bakker – The affective roots of partisanship: Physiological and selfreported responses to politicians and parties

As part of the conference and workshop “Politics, Physiology, and Cognition: Advances in Theory and Method”, organized…

029b – Darren Schreiber – Neural non-partisans: Neurological differences of partisans and non-partisans

As part of the conference and workshop “Politics, Physiology, and Cognition: Advances in Theory and Method”, organized…

029a – Amanda Friesen – Exploring Gender Effects in Political Attitudes Using Physiology and Self-report

As part of the conference and workshop “Politics, Physiology, and Cognition: Advances in Theory and Method”, organized…

CSDC Speaker Series – Fall 2019

The CSDC is pleased to present its Speaker Series programmation for the Fall 2019: Peter Dinesen, University…

Speaker Series – Winter 2020

The CSDC is pleased to present its Speaker Series programmation for Winter 2020: David Fitzgerald, University of…