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WPSA AWARDS: 2015 ANNUAL MEETING

ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICANS POLITICS AWARD: ($250)
To:
Loan K. Le, Institute for Good Government and Inclusion, and Paul M. Ong, University of California, Los Angeles
For their paper: Trajectories of Asian American Partisanship

BETTY NESVOLD AWARD (WOMEN AND POLITICS): ($250)
To:
Marcela García-Castañon, San Francisco State University
For her paper: Community Makers, Citizen Shapers: The Role of Women in Mexican Immigrant Political Socialization

CHARLES REDD AWARD FOR BEST PAPER ON THE POLITICS OF THE AMERICAN WEST: ($250)
To: Juliet E. Carlisle, University of Idaho, Stephanie L. Kane, Washington State University, David Solan, Boise State University, and Jeffrey C. Joe, Idaho National Laboratory
For their paper: Place Attachment and Public Support for Solar Development in Southern California

DISSERTATION AWARD: ($250)
To: Chris Parsons, University of Toronto
For his dissertation completed at the University of Victoria, BC, Canada: The Politics of Deep Packet Inspection: What Drives Contemporary Western Internet Service Provider Surveillance Practices

ENVIRONMENTAL POLITICAL THEORY AWARD: ($250)
To:
Justin Williams, University of Michigan
For his paper: The Space of Social Justice

LATINA/LATINO POLITICS AWARD: ($250)
To:
Katsuo Nishikawa, Trinity University, and Kiku Huckle, University of Washington
For their paper: Can Places of Worship Help Politically Socialize Immigrants?

PI SIGMA ALPHA AWARD: ($500)
To:
David Glick, Boston University, and Dino P. Christenson, Boston University
For their paper: Legitimacy, Ideology, and the Court’s Roller Coaster Week of Salient Decisions

POLITICAL RESEARCH QUARTERLY BEST ARTICLE AWARD: ($1000)
To:
Dino P. Christenson, Boston University, Corwin D. Smidt, Calvin College, and Costas Panagopoulos, Fordham University
For their article: Deus ex Machina: Candidate Web Presence and the Presidential Nomination Campaign
Honorable Mention to: Sarah Shair-Rosenfield, Arizona State University, and Magda Hinojosa, Arizona State University
For their paper: Does Female Incumbency Reduce Gender Bias in Elections? Evidence from Chile