In light of Hurricane Isaac, the American Political Science Association cancelled its annual meeting scheduled to be held in New Orleans, LA. But with all these conference papers dressed up with nowhere to go, a small collection of faculty, graduate students, publishers, and the APSA decided to post our papers and give our presentations anyway. What follows is the Virtual Program for #virtualAPSA2012
The Twitter Feed:
The real-time twitter feed for the hash tag #virtualAPSA2012 can be found here
V-1: Abolish the Airforce
Rob Farley, Patterson School of Diplomacy and International Commerce
Orginally, panel Issues of and Responses 40-3
Jane E. Fountain, University of MAssesschutes, Amherst
"Do Social Media Reproduce or Challenge Global Development Rituals? A Content Analysis of Blogs and Tweets on the 2010 MDG Summit"
- Daniel E. Esser, American University
- Tobias Denskus, University of Sussex
Irene Wu, Federal Communications Commission
Luke M. Perez, University of Texas at Austin
"Parsing the Politics and Economics of Financial Overcompliance"
William Kindred Winecoff, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
"Weinstein's Vital Agony: A Socio-political theory of Multiple Realities"
Robert L. Oprisko, Butler University
Papers, Slides, and other mediums
NB: Only papers tweeted under the hash tag #virutalAPSA2012 are included as it would be technically prohibitive to link to all SSRN papers from APSA 2012
"Is the Internet Changing Our Conception of Democracy? An Analysis of the Internet Use During Protests and its Effect on the Perception of Democracy"
Javier Sajuria, University College London
"Quotas for Men? Reframing Gender Quotas as a Means of Quality Control"
Rainbow Murray, Queen Mary, University of London
"Crisis Bargining and Domestic Opposition"
Philip Arena, University at Buffalo (SUNY)
"Countering the Counter-Power: The Political Effects of Internet Rumors and Rumor Rebuttals in China"
Haifeng Huang, University of California, Merced
NB:in no particular order whatsoever
The First Tweet: