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American Political Science Review, Volume 107 - Issue 02

American Political Science Review, Volume 107 - Issue 02

AMERICAN POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW, VOLUME 107 - ISSUE 02
 
Technology and Collective Action: The Effect of Cell Phone Coverage on Political Violence in Africa
JAN H. PIERSKALLA and FLORIAN M. HOLLENBACH
American Political Science Review, Volume 107, Issue 02, May 2013, pp 207-224
 
Capitol Mobility: Madisonian Representation and the

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Comparative Political Studies, Volume 45, Number 11, November 2012

Comparative Political Studies, Volume 45, Number 11, November 2012

Articles
 
Does the Quality of Democracy Matter for Women’s Rights?
Just Debate and Democratic Transition in Chile and South Africa
Denise M. Walsh
 
Abstract
Gender scholars have found that democratization is rarely associated with advances in women’s rights and
 offer a range of reasons why. This article offers a new

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Administrative Science Quarterly, Volume 57, Number 4, December 2012

Administrative Science Quarterly, Volume 57, Number 4,  December 2012

Articles
 
Sleight of Hand? Practice Opacity, Third-party Responses,
and the Interorganizational Diffusion of Controversial Practices
Forrest Briscoe and Chad Murphy
 
Abstract
We examine the role of a practice’s opacity (versus transparency) in the interorganizational diffusion of
organizational practices. Though the opacity of a practice is typically thought to impede diffusion,
a political-cultural

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Administrative Science Quarterly, Volume 57, Number 3 (September 2012)

Administrative Science Quarterly, Volume 57, Number 3 (September 2012)

Articles
 
Appeasing Equals: Lateral Deference in Organizational Communication
Alison R. Fragale, John J. Sumanth, Larissa Z. Tiedens, and Gregory B. Northcraft
 
Abstract
Using archival data on a year of e-mail exchanges at a division of Enron (Study 1) and a field study of
management professionals (Study 2), we explore how

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Journal of Theoretical Politics, Volume 24, Number 4, October 2012

Journal of Theoretical Politics, Volume 24, Number 4, October 2012

Articles
On the rhetorical strategies of leaders: Speaking clearly, standing back,
and stepping down
Torun Dewan and David P Myatt
 
Abstract
Followers wish to coordinate their actions in an uncertain environment. A follower would like his action to be close to some ideal (but unknown) target; to reflect his own

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