2016-2018: US Politics Under President Donald Trump
As Americans prepare to vote in the US Midterm Elections this November 6, 2018, the Palgrave team explores research from across the Social Sciences providing viewpoints on issues that have led to this moment in US politics.
This midterm election also offers an opportunity for reflection, as scholars across our program look back on the legacy and policies of the current, as well as that of previous, administrations. These insights serve to spark further discussion about the past, present and future of American politics during President Donald Trump's term.
We are proud to share a selection of articles from across our journals in the Social Sciences offering research and information as the United States moves into a new era.
Read these articles free until November 16th!
- The impact of policy content and party label on policy agreement and candidate support. An analysis on the issue of the integration of immigrants
American Journal of Cultural Sociology
- Muslims as outsiders, enemies, and others: The 2016 presidential election and the politics of religious exclusion
Contemporary Political Theory
Higher Education Policy
- International dimensions of electoral processes: Russia, the USA, and the 2016 elections
- Containing revolution: democracy promotion, the Cold War and US national security
- Comparing global security regimes: a power-analytical synthesis
- ‘We Kant have bad states’: on evilization in liberal world politics
Journal of Public Health Policy
- ToxicDocs: using the US legal system to confront industries’ systematic counterattacks against public health
- The social meaning of Spanish in Miami: Dialect perceptions and implications for socioeconomic class, income, and employment
- Borders and badges: Arizona’s children confront detention and deportation through art
Psychoanalysis, Culture & society
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