Registration and Continental Breakfast
Panel I – Public Opinion Political Preferences Around the Globe
Chair and Discussant: Professor Michael Tesler
Clara Suong (UC San Diego) – How ‘Democratic’ is the Democratic Peace? A survey Experiment of Foreign Policy Preferences in Brazil and China
Konstantin Ash (UC San Diego) – Some people want the fall of the Regime: Explaining Demands for Regime Change in the Arab World
Katelyn Finley (UC Irvine) – Effects on Citizens' Perceptions of Inequality across Former Communist Countries
10:45 a.m.–12:15 p.m.
Panel II – Social Movements and Democracy
Chair and Discussant: Professor Yang Su
Ben Manski (UC Santa Barbara) – Beginning the World Again: A crossnational longitudinal analysis of constitutional and democratization
Martin Eiermann (UC Berkeley) – The Structures of Structurelessness: Transformation, Contestation and Trajectories within Occupy London
Matthew Jenkins, Shyam Sriram, Jaedong Choi (UC Santa Barbara) – The Changing Face of Political Movements and the Consequences for Democracy
Panel III – Immigration and Citizenship
Chair and Discussant: Professor Louis DeSipio
Jane Lily Lopez (UC San Diego) – ‘Til Deportation Do Us Part: The Effect of U.S. Immigration Law on Mixed-Status Couples’ Experience of Citizenship
Jacob Thomas (UCLA) – Whither the Interest of Sending Communities in Theories of a Just Migration Policy?
Panel IV – Political Participation Around the Globe
Chair and Discussant: Professor Carole Uhlaner
Maneesh Arora, Hannah Kim, Mary Anne Mendoza (UC Irvine) – A Cross-National Study on the Effects of Social Capital on Voter Turnout
Rodolfo Lopez (UC Irvine) – Explaining People’s Participation in Public Demonstrations: the Case of the Latin American Democracies
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