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PLI Symposium 2024: Jonathan Mummolo

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Policing Segregation: Exploring the Boundary Effect in Chicago, Connie Gong, UG '25 (E73D1A87)

In sociology, the ‘boundary effect’ argues that policing maintains segregation by increasing presence at the borders of neighborhoods. Relatively few quantitative studies have attempted…

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CITP Seminar Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius - Digital Discrimination and the Law in Europe

Organizations can use computers or AI to make decisions about people: digital differentiation. For example, insurers can adjust prices to consumers, and the government can use AI-driven analysis to…

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Hope Springs…Motivated Reasoning? An Exploration of the Interdependence of Hope and Belief as an Explanation for Why We Prescribe Overly Optimistic Beliefs, Emma Cottrill, UG '21 (2311968)

Research suggests that when asked to reason about another person, people tend to say the person ought to form motivated, unrealistic, overly optimistic beliefs. Why do people say others ought to…

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Policing, Urban Policy, and American Ideals and Institutions

An America’s Founding and Future Lecture Following the recent killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and others by law enforcement officers, the reform of policing practices and police…

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The Security Archipelago: Human-Security States, Sexuality Politics, and the End of Neoliberalism

Paul Amar, an associate professor in the global and international studies program at the University of California-Santa Barbara, specializes in comparative politics, human geography, international…

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