Pi Sigma Alpha Undergraduate Journal of Politics

Welcome to the Pi Sigma Alpha Undergraduate Journal of Politics, a journal of undergraduate research in political science and government.

The editorial team from the Sigma Upsilon chapter at Elon University is thrilled to release their second issue!

This issue features the work of four undergraduate authors.

Sedimentation of Bias in No Promo Homo Policies: Anti-Gay Narratives in State Curriculum Laws
Meg Cummings, Wesleyan University
Frame Convergence as Policy Dialogue: Healthcare Rhetoric in 2020 Congressional Races
Hannah Liu, St. Olaf College
Divided We Stand: Polarization and Original Co-Sponsorship in the U.S. Senate
Audrey Payne, Texas Christian University
Nothing to Lose: A Prospect Theoretical Explanation of Rising Populism
Florian Sichart, The London School of Economics and Political Science

The Journal welcomes submissions from undergraduates of any class or major; submissions from Pi Sigma Alpha members are encouraged. The Editorial Board routinely receives honors theses, senior seminar projects, capstone projects, and other original research papers produced in or out of class.

Please be sure to check out the flier below for more information on how to send in your manuscript to be considered for Elon University’s next issue!

Submit manuscripts here: www.elon.edu/u/academics/arts-and-sciences/political-science/psa-journal

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