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NavigatingPolitical ScienceNavigating the political science discipline can be adaunting task for those unfamiliar with its nuances.APSA’s newest resource offers advice on bothhandling the challenges presented by the disciplineand taking full advantage of its 00953 Published online by Cambridge University PressNavigating Political Science: Professional Advancement& Success in the Discipline, edited by Kent Worcester,brings together some of the most noteworthy,discipline-focused contributions to APSA journalspublished over the past couple of decades. With 28chapters by 45 contributors, the book touches ontopics that range from peer review, mentoring, andfaculty governance, to blogging, data collection,and digital media in the classroom. The bookshould prove relevant for political scientists acrossthe board, from aspiring ABDs to seasoned PhDs.Read the free PDF available onlineor purchase in paperback!Scan to learn more or visitwww.apsanet.org/navigating

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ASSOCIATE EDITORSKenneth BenoitLondon School of Economicsand Political ScienceThomas BräuningerUniversity of MannheimSabine CareyUniversity of MannheimLeigh JencoLondon School of Economicsand Political ScienceBenjamin LauderdaleUniversity College LondonIngo RohlfingUniversity of CologneEDITORIAL BOARDFiona AdamsonSOAS, University of London, UKElisabeth AnkerGeorge Washington UniversityZehra F. Kabasakal AratUniversity of ConnecticutAmrita BasuAmherst CollegeJanet Box-SteffensmeierThe Ohio State UniversityNancy BurnsUniversity of MichiganAndrea Louise CampbellMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyKanchan ChandraNew York UniversityWendy K. Tam ChoUniversity of Illinois, Urbana-ChampaignNazli ChoucriMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyLynette J. ChuaNational University of Singapore,SingaporeRomand ColesAustralian Catholic University, AustraliaKathy CramerUniversity of Wisconsin-MadisonBrian F. 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SimmonsUniversity of PennsylvaniaDan SlaterUniversity of ChicagoRune SlothuusAarhus University, DenmarkJeff Spinner-HalevUniversity of North Carolina, Chapel HillEtel SolingenUniversity of California, IrvineTavneet SuriMassachusetts Institute of TechnologyMargit TavitsWashington University in St. LouisMichelle Taylor-RobinsonTexas A&M UniversityVera E. TroegerWarwick University, UKKarine Van der StraetenToulouse School of Economics, FranceJennifer N. VictorGeorge Mason UniversityBarbara F. WalterUniversity of California, San DiegoLeonard WantchekonPrinceton UniversityS. Laurel WeldonPurdue UniversityStephen K. WhiteUniversity of VirginiaChristina WolbrechtUniversity of Notre DameStyle Manualfor Political ScienceRevised 2018 EditionThe APSA Style Manual remainsthe standard in the disciplineupon which students, juniorfaculty members, and wellestablished scholars authoringmanuscripts, as well as editors,copyeditors, and proofreaders,can rely. 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