FACULTY PUBLICATIONS: Political Science – March 2022

Four entries from the Department of Political Science. Entries include a book that untangles Japan’s complex narrative on race, a book on David Reisman’s concept of autonomy, and articles on political science and civic engagement and on virtual public affairs internships.

Arudou, Debito. “Embedded Racism: Japan’s Visible Minorities and Racial Discrimination, Second Edition.” Lanham, MD:  Lexington Books / Rowman & Littlefield, 2022. https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781793653956/Embedded-Racism-Japan’s-Visible-Minorities-and-Racial-Discrimination-Second-Edition

Cabrera Rasmussen, Amy, Levine, P., Lieberman, R., Sinclair-Chapman, V., Smith, R. (2021) “Preface: Civically engaged research in political science: history, institutionalization, and potential” in Symposium on Civically Engaged Research, PS: Political Science and Politics 54(4), 707-710. doi: https://doi.org/10.1017/S1049096521000755

 Cabrera Rasmussen, Amy, and Renée Van Vechten.  (2021) “Virtual Public Affairs Internships,” in Internships in Political Science: Best Practices in the Discipline, edited by John Berg, Bobbi Gentry, and Renée Van Vechten. American Political Science Association. 165-183. Available at: https://educate.apsanet.org/wp-content/uploads/Chapter-15.pdf

 Caputi, Mary, and Amirhosein Khandizaji, David Riesman and Critical Theory: Autonomy Instead of Emancipation, Palgrave MacMillan, 2021.