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Howard Lavine on ‘democratic inversion’: When party loyalty is stronger than a...

In a properly functioning democracy, what is supposed to come first, a voter’s beliefs about what kinds of government policies would be best for oneself, or for the nation, or for one’s party? Howard Lavine, Associate Dean of the Social Sciences in the College of Liberal Arts and Arleen C. Carlson Professor of Political Science and Psychology, elaborates in this article. 
Joachim Savelsberg

Accolades

Professor Joachim Savelsberg (Sociology) has received two awards from the Society for the Study of Social Problems: The 2019 Lee Founders Lifetime Achievement Award, which recognizes "devotion to the ideas of the founders of this Society, and especially to the humanistic tradition of sociology," as well as the 2019 Bi-annual Lifetime Achievement Award, Division of Crime & Juvenile Delinquency.

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