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Interpreting Political Events in the United States

"A viewpoint on the US Bill of Rights, president Andrew Johnson's policy on reconstruction, the Alger Hiss espionage case, and George W. Bush's "war on terror."

Author : Norman A. Coles

Release : 2009

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ISBN : 9781845193393

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"A viewpoint on the US Bill of Rights, president Andrew Johnson's policy on reconstruction, the Alger Hiss espionage case, and George W. Bush's "war on terror."

Interpreting Racial Politics in the United States

Framing of political context is a critical step at the heart of virtually all efforts to
make sense of political events, social structures, the significance of racial
identities, the workings of complex organizations, etc.8 Without rendering a
coherent ...

Author : Ronald Schmidt, Sr.

Release : 2020-12-31

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1315469634

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Few subjects of social scientific inquiry need interpretive analysis more than the topic of racial politics, yet most US political science employs a narrowly behavioralist orientation. This book argues that it is time for political scientists studying race to more fully engage the issues that generate its political significance. Drawing on the work of interpretive political scholars and methods, Ron Schmidt, Sr. addresses core questions regarding racial politics in the US to demonstrate the value of using interpretive methods to better understand the meaning and significance of political actions, structures and conflicts involving racial identities—not instead of behavioral research but as a necessary addition. Interpreting Racial Politics in the United States will greatly enhance the evolving conversations concerning race and inequality within the US. It will be of great interest to students and scholars of politics and sociology, but also to those interested in deepening their understanding of racial politics.

We Keep America on Top of the World

Political interpretation is provided in Italy by the institutions that have traditionally
dominated the modern public ... absence of the institutions which in liberal
democracies have traditionally performed the function of interpreting political
events.

Author : Daniel Hallin

Release : 2005-10-25

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1134874480

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We Keep America on Top of the World is a lucid exploration of contemporary American journalism, with particular emphasis on its influential and controversial conponent - television news. Daniel Hallin's discussion encompasses the central and most controversial issues in the study of journalism: the wars in Vietnam and Central America; US-Soviet summits; the origin of the ten-second soundbite; the differences between print and television journalism; and the tension between professionalism and populism. We Keep America on Top of the World offers a distinctive approach to understanding an institution torn between the imperatives of the market, political ideology and popular fashion, and journalistic professionalism. It will be essential reading for students of media, communication and journalism.

Bulletin of the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics

INTERPRETERS COMMUNICATIONS - RELATED OCCUPATIONS ( D.O.T.
137.268 ) Nature of the Work The art of ... national ence interpreters often work in
a and production ; it also encompasses economic and political events for glass ...

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Interpreting Congressional Elections

Ira Katznelson, “Historical Approaches to the Study of Congress: Toward a
Congressional Vantage on American Political ... Lyn Ragsdale, “The Fiction of
Congressional Elections as Presidential Events,” American Politics Quarterly, Vol
. 8, No.

Author : Jeffrey M. Stonecash

Release : 2018-06-12

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 135105922X

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The increase in the "incumbency effect" has long dominated as a research focus and as a framework for interpreting congressional elections. This important new book challenges the empirical claim that incumbents are doing better and the research paradigm that accompanied the claim. It also offers an alternative interpretation of House elections since the 1960s. In a style that is provocative yet fair, learned, and transparent, Jeffrey Stonecash makes a two-pronged argument: frameworks and methodologies suffer when they stop being critically considered, and patterns of House elections over the long term actually reflect party change and realignment. A must-read for scholars and students of congressional elections.

Friction

How Radicalization Happens to Them and Us Clark McCauley, Sophia
Moskalenko. however, there are new tools for interpreting political events, and
new power to recognize and control the extent to which radicalization affects us.
BEYOND ...

Author : Clark McCauley

Release : 2011-01-14

Publisher : Oxford University Press

ISBN : 0199845441

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This accessible book identifies twelve mechanisms of political radicalization that can move individuals, groups, and the masses to increased sympathy and support for political violence. Terrorism is an extreme form of radicalization, and the book describes pathways to terrorism to demonstrate the twelve mechanisms at work. Written by two psychologists who are acknowledged radicalization experts and consultants to the Department of Homeland Security, Friction draws heavily on case histories. The case material is wide-ranging - drawn from Russia in the late 1800s, the US in the 1970s, and the radical Islam encouraged by the fall of the Soviet Union in the 1990s. Taken together, the twelve mechanisms show how unexceptional people are moved to exceptional violence in the conflict between states and non-state challengers. Captivating, and with psychological overtones, this timely book covers one of the most pressing issues of our time.

Politics as Rational Action

Political judgment is thus a mere expression of previously formed character, a
captive of whatever it is that generates ... Miller (1974) rises above personality by
relating cynicism and distrust to particular political events; but because he
interprets trust as an ... Officials of the United States Public Health Service were
so puzzled and abashed that they sponsored several studies of the politics of
fluoridation.

Author : L. Lewin

Release : 2012-12-06

Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN : 9400989555

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One of the most promising trends in modem political science is the develop ment of a theory of politics as rational action. Focussing on choice as the central topic of study, rational choice theorists set out to specify what alter native an actor should prefer if he has some given knowledge of the conse quences of each alternative and wants to see his preference system as fully realized as possible. But rational choice theory is not confmed to the norma tive sphere of science. It can also be used for explanatory purposes. Then, the alternatives actually chosen are specified and the task is to explain the decisions by fmding out what considerations lay behind them. The starting point for an emerging research program at the Department of Government, Uppsala University, on 'Politics as Rational Action' is to describe the major choices in fifteen different policy areas of Swedish domes tic politics and explain why they were made.

Making the American Century

of religion in modern American history. First, paying attention to religion can add
fresh dimensions to the interpretation of major social, political, and intellectual
movements and events. This is especially so in the United States, where faith has
 ...

Author : Bruce J. Schulman

Release : 2014-02-03

Publisher : Oxford University Press

ISBN : 0199323968

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The twentieth century has been popularly seen as "the American Century," a long period in which the United States had amassed the economic resources, the political and military strength, and the moral prestige to assume global leadership. By century's end, the trajectory of American politics, the sense of ever waxing federal power, and the nation's place in the world seemed less assured. Americans of many stripes came to contest the standard narratives of nation building and international hegemony charted by generations of historians. In this volume, a group of distinguished U.S. historians confronts the teleological view of the inexorable transformation of the United States into a modern nation. The contributors analyze a host of ways in which local places were drawn into a wider polity and culture, while at the same time revealing how national and international structures and ideas created new kinds of local movements and local energies. Rather than seeing the century as a series of conflicts between liberalism and conservatism, they illustrate the ways in which each of these political forces shaped its efforts over the other's cumulative achievements, accommodating to shifts in government, social mores, and popular culture. They demonstrate that international connections have transformed domestic life in myriad ways and, in turn, that the American presence in the world has been shaped by its distinctive domestic political culture. Finally, they break down boundaries between the public and private sectors, showcasing the government's role in private life and how private organizations influenced national politics. Revisiting and revising many of the chestnuts of American political history, this volume challenges received wisdom about the twentieth-century American experience.

Interpreting American Democracy in France

Laboulaye closely followed the events leading to the end of the Civil War, and
when he heard of Lee's surrender to Grant ... as a participant in French political
life; and he never abandoned his cher- ished goal of seeing France adopt
American ...

Author : Walter Dennis Gray

Release : 1994

Publisher : Associated University Presse

ISBN : 9780874134612

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"Interpreting American Democracy in France is a study of the French savant, liberal, politician, and Americanist Edouard Laboulaye. Laboulaye, who was a professor at the College de France, is perhaps best known in America today as president of the Union Franco-Americaine, which raised funds in France for the Statute of Liberty. He was also well known to Americans in the nineteenth century, particularly for his staunch support of the Union in the American Civil War. He and his circle influenced French public opinion and were instrumental in preventing the government of Napoleon III from recognizing the Confederacy." "After the Revolutions of 1848, the aftermath of which disillusioned him, a dominant theme in Laboulaye's writings was that America provided France with a model constitution that guaranteed individual liberties and a stable political system; it was his great hope that his country would follow this example. As France's leading Americanist, Laboulaye's energies were devoted to lectures on American history and politics and work on behalf of the North during the Civil War. He was also a translator of the works of those Americans for whom he had a special devotion: Franklin, Channing, and Mann. As a founding father of the Third Republic, Laboulaye drew great satisfaction from the fact that some principles drawn from the American political tradition were embodied in its constitutional laws. Additionally, Laboulaye was the first Frenchman to give a course on American history at a French university, and he later published a three-volume history of the United States, which stands as his masterpiece. He was a member of the liberal opposition to Napoleon III and after 1870 became active in the Third Republic, serving as deputy and later senator for life." "In France Laboulaye is primarily known as a professor at the respected College de France, a position he maintained throughout his entire career, and as a member of the Institut de France. He was also president of the French Anti-Slavery Society. Laboulaye was, in fact, a savant of almost universal interests who held a place at the center of French intellectual life during the Second Empire and the early Third Republic. His bibliography, comprised of books, pamphlets, essays, children's stories, and articles, totals over two hundred entries. His final years as a senator for life were devoted in large part to a successful fundraising campaign for the Statute of Liberty, which he did not live to see erected in New York Harbor, and to carrying on the fight for political liberty as he envisioned it." "This book is based on extensive research into the unpublished papers of Laboulaye, which are still in his family's possession, and manuscripts in other depositories in France and the United States."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

Interpreting National History

I havebeenpassionateabout the teaching and learning of United States history
since studying history in college and ... in public schools about historical actors
beyond presidents andpolicy makersand about historical events beyond political
 ...

Author : Terrie Epstein

Release : 2010-04-02

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1135901120

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How do students’ racial identities work with and against teachers’ pedagogies to shape their understandings of history and contemporary society? Based on a long-term ethnographic study, Interpreting National History examines the startling differences in black and white students' interpretations of U.S. history in classroom and community settings. Interviews with children and teens compare and contrast the historical interpretations students bring with them to the classroom with those they leave with after a year of teacher's instruction. Firmly grounded in history and social studies education theory and practice, this powerful book: Illuminates how textbooks, pedagogies, and contemporary learning standards are often disconnected from students’ cultural identities Explores how students and parents interpret history and society in home and community settings Successfully analyzes examples of the challenges and possibilities facing teachers of history and social studies Provides alternative approaches for those who want to examine their own views toward teaching national history and aspire to engage in more culturally responsive pedagogy.

Interpreting Constitutions

culturally homogeneous federation than either Canada or the United States. ...
Although the Court has at different times invalidated cherished legislation of all
the major political parties, the general pattern ... is corroborated by events in the
1990s, when it was subjected to criticism unprecedented in quantity and
vehemence.

Author : Jeffrey Goldsworthy

Release : 2006-02-09

Publisher : OUP Oxford

ISBN : 0191021660

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This book describes the constitutions of six major federations and how they have been interpreted by their highest courts, compares the interpretive methods and underlying principles that have guided the courts, and explores the reasons for major differences between these methods and principles. Among the interpretive methods discussed are textualism, purposivism, structuralism and originalism. Each of the six federations is the subject of a separate chapter written by a leading authority in the field: Jeffrey Goldsworthy (Australia), Peter Hogg (Canada), Donald Kommers (Germany), S.P. Sathe (India), Heinz Klug (South Africa), and Mark Tushnet (United States). Each chapter describes not only the interpretive methodology currently used by the courts, but the evolution of that methodology since the constitution was first enacted. The book also includes a concluding chapter which compares these methodologies, and attempts to explain variations by reference to different social, historical, institutional and political circumstances.

Interpreting Rock Movies

Chapter 2 British society , culture and politics , 1955-65 ost - war Britain lived
under the shadow of the events between ... through taxation and domestic
borrowing , not withstanding the huge financial debts owed to the US and
Canada . Harold ...

Author : Andrew Caine

Release : 2004

Publisher : Manchester University Press

ISBN : 9780719065385

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Andrew Caine details the reaction to British and American pop films during the 1950s and 1960s to provide a valuable insight into British film criticism, teenage culture during the 1950s and 1960s and the generic status of rock films/teen movies and cultural hierarchies.

Interpreting Probability Models

The interpretation becomes intuitively appealing because odds can be
encountered in everyday life events such as horseracing and sweepstakes . In a
political science model of voting behavior in the United States in 1992 , we might
examine ...

Author : Tim Futing Liao

Release : 1994-06-30

Publisher : SAGE

ISBN : 9780803949997

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What is the probability that something will occur, and how is that probability altered by a change in an independent variable? To answer these questions, Tim Futing Liao introduces a systematic way of interpreting commonly used probability models. Since much of what social scientists study is measured in noncontinuous ways and, therefore, cannot be analyzed using a classical regression model, it becomes necessary to model the likelihood that an event will occur. This book explores these models first by reviewing each probability model and then by presenting a systematic way for interpreting the results from each.

The Corporate Reconstruction of American Capitalism, 1890-1916

Preface I have thought it useful over the years to examine in some close detail
the antitrust debates of the Progressive Era , in their judicial ... any rate in the
United States , a close attention to the law is as necessary for interpreting
twentieth - century United States political history as ... In any event , as my study
of these matters proceeded , my understanding of events , leaders , thought , and
politics of the ...

Author : Martin J. Sklar

Release : 1988-04-29

Publisher : Cambridge University Press

ISBN : 9780521313827

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Martin Sklar examines the antitrust debates from a judicial, legislative, and political aspect from 1890-1916.

The United Nations and Decolonization: The Role of Afro — Asia

... state of evolution and progress towards a full measure of self-government. This
implied that the interpretation of the Chartershould take into consideration the
dynamism of socio-political events. c. In attempting to define “a full measure of ...

Author : Y. El-Ayouty

Release : 2012-12-06

Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN : 940117525X

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When the United Nations' Charter was signed in San Francisco in 1945, the number of African member states of the Organisation was only 4. By the end of 1960 it had risen to 22. Today it is 41. How has this come about? The answer is given in this valuable book by Dr. Yassin EI-Ayouty. The handful of Asian and African countries who had the privilege of foundation membership made it their business to see to it that their brethren who were still under the colonial yoke attained their freedom and independence as soon as possible and, in the meanwhile, that they were treated with decency and fairness by their colonial masters. It was a tough assignment. The struggle was long, requiring a great deal of patience and endurance. It was at times fierce, requiring much dogged resolution. It also called for the deployment of intellectual agility ofthe highest order. Fortunately all these qualities were available in the rep resentatives of Asia and Africa who led the great struggle. These dis tinguished delegates also demonstrated a wonderful degree of solidarity which has, happily, become an Afro-Asian tradition at the United Nations. The battle began even before the Organisation had itself become a fact. It would have been a more difficult struggle, had there been no provision in the Charter at all in respect of colonies, by whatever name called.

The Decline and Fall of the United States of America

The neurosis being diagnosed here is of the unenlightened, or those
unconscious, caught up in a collective archetype (the 'Theyself') interpreting
historical and political events towards a mass wish fulfillment, a death wish of the
misfit who ...

Author : Anthony Kishko

Release : 2012-05-18

Publisher : Xlibris Corporation

ISBN : 1469180340

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Politicianthe dirtiest word in the English language. says Jacob Pirandello Kharinsky, a character in this book hailed as the UNDERGROUND CLASSIC OF OUR GENERATION: The DECLINE and FALL of THE UNITED STATES of AMERICA part I. (A theme which implies many things, possibilities and perspectives.) Jake Kharinsky discovers himself in an unknown labyrinth, a clandestine initiation, and is unable to recall what leads him there. Stranger than fiction events and stories unfold...with aesthetic word play, symbolism, humor and an architectured structure, as if crafted and written by a musician, to lead one into an expansion of consciousness, a journey of the mind, right into the HEART & UNCONSICOUS of AMERICA and beyond. At times, engaging a psychological evaluation of the American political mind, and ways out of the swamps and wastelands. Jakes visionary pursuits for the meaning of life and his endless patriotic studies into the nature and origins of our political, social, and cultural realities leads him to write an Underground Notebook which will one day be a condensed guide for the coming dark era of: collapse, fascism, empire, civil war and revolution, though the Notebook is written with hopes towards identifying and preventing this disaster. (The Decline and Fall fleshes out what Emmanuel Goldsteins The Book, from Orwells 1984, may look like today.) America, as we are conditioned and believe we know it to be, is dissolving before our very eyes. Ask yourself: what is it that is not being said? This analysis is not a black and white, an Us vs. Them simplification or pessimism (as many still hold to valid ideals in a system that no longer works for We the people.) There is no simple view, traveling towards our future from the elusive illusions of the past. Prophetic, DYSTOPIAN, at times surrealin a exploratory epic seeking to make sense of it all, utilizing both fiction and non-fiction. Raising questions about how the spectrums of cultures and power influence and create our realities and consciousnesshow blind wealth, corruption, greed and propaganda orbit and control our lives behind seemingly invisible curtains and veils. Dynamic changes with every chapter and the flowing weight of compelling content draws and gravitates the reader to see the world differently and envision new possibilities. ( A recipe for REVOLUTION? A GENERAL STRIKE? In the organizing a grassroots Aquarian Renaissance Movement... ) Endless hours of entertainment and edifying knowledge & inspiration.*** A book unlike ever before written, yet following through on a lineage & fusion of varied literary traditions, schools of thought, and paradigms suffused with humor and knowledge. A justified literate denial of the two party bankster corporate diseased entity of the machine grinding our lives away. A welcoming and inviting challenge to trace the angst of our contemporary American wasteland and world nightmare to blaze through this storm. , Rebridge and pick up where our ancient Renaissance and organic connections were cut off, and leave the old world behind. GET INITIATED!!! Author can be viewed reading excerpt on Youtube under: information8090: http://youtu.be/mkWyFYfT_8Q [Back cover]: A Book for both genuine LIBERALS and CONSERVATIVES, and beyond, who are utterly disgusted with Democrats and Republicans... A genre of both Kafkaesque Dystopian fiction, & non-fiction (the Orwellian BOOK within the book), inviting the reader on a journey of Mind, Concept, Metaphor and Languageof questions and provocations, Aesthetics and Spirituality; to evoke, articulate, and gather all those things that are collectively on our minds, confused yet envisioned, as a Nation, and as a World; of which we all possess pieces, and herein begin to puzzle together these telling elements: Of Politics, History, Religion, Culture, Education, Philosophy and Deconstruction of our Ideologies, whose $old out and manipulated Idea$ have warped the

Democratic Development & Political Terrorism

Interpreting. Political. Islam's. Challenge. to. Southeast. Asia. INTERNATIONAL
TERRORISM, NATIONALISM, AND RATIONAL ... the tragic events of September
11, 2001, the United States and its allies conducted dramatic counterterrorism
operations around the world. ... The American, British, and Australian
governments furthermore approved the invasion, occupation, and rebuilding of
Iraq to fight ...

Author : William Crotty

Release : 2005

Publisher : UPNE

ISBN : 9781555536251

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This timely collection of original essays examines the global link between democratic development and political terrorism, delving into the difficult questions, challenges, far-reaching consequences, and uncertainties of dealing with terrorism on an international scale.

Revisiting the Interpreter's Role

A Study of Conference, Court, and Medical Interpreters in Canada, Mexico, and
the United States Claudia Angelelli ... even more importantly , have allowed
themselves to be portrayed ) as mere language conduits , invisible parties in the
communicative event , deprived of agency , yet capable of performing complex ...
Whether they interpret during political meetings for the United Nations Security
Council ...

Author : Claudia Angelelli

Release : 2004

Publisher : John Benjamins Publishing

ISBN : 9789027216717

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Through the development of a valid and reliable instrument, this book sets out to study the role that interpreters play in the various settings where they work, i.e. the courts, the hospitals, business meetings, international conferences, and schools. It presents interpreters' perceptions and beliefs about their work as well as statements of their behaviors about their practice. For the first time, the administration and results of a survey administered across languages in Canada, Mexico and the United States offer the reader a glimpse of the interpreters' views in their own words. It also discusses the tension between professional ideology and the reality of interpreters at work. This book has implications for the theory and practice of interpreting across settings.

Interpreting LGBT History at Museums and Historic Sites

In the chapters that follow, I provide a general overview of the history of same-sex
love and desire in the United States from the ... A short coda following this
historical overview presents a few of the events that took place in the first year
after the ...

Author : Susan Ferentinos

Release : 2014-12-16

Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN : 0759123748

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LGBT individuals and families are increasingly visible in popular culture and local communities; their struggles for equality appear regularly in news media. Interpreting LGBT History at Museums and Historic Sites provides a straightforward, accessible guidebook for museum and history professionals as they embark on such worthy efforts.

Interpreting Law and Literature

From Constitutional Fate : Theory of the Constitution Philip Bobbitt A Typology of
Constitutional Arguments The central issue ... of the past twenty - five years has
been the legitimacy of judicial review of constitutional questions by the United
States Supreme Court . ... Judges and academic lawyers tend to examine the
events surrounding the adoption of the Constitution , its homely but interesting
text , the political relationships the Framers were trying to establish and those
they sought to ...

Author : Sanford Levinson

Release : 1988

Publisher : Northwestern University Press

ISBN : 9780810107939

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From the Preface: "Contemporary theory has usefully analyzed how alternative modes of interpretation produce different meanings, how reading itself is constituted by the variable perspectives of readers, and how these perspectives are in turn defined by prejudices, ideologies, interests, and so forth. Some theorists gave argued persuasively that textual meaning, in literature and in literary interpretation, is structured by repression and forgetting, by what the literary or critical text does not say as much as by what it does. All these claims are directly relevant to legal hermeneutics, and thus it is no surprise that legal theorists have recently been turning to literary theory for potential insight into the interpretation of law. This collection of essays is designed to represent the especially rich interactive that has taken place between legal and literary hermeneutics during the past ten years."