Presentation Title
The Best of Intentions: Do Messages About Gender Discrimination Dissuade Women from Political Participation?
Organization
Stony Brook University
Start Date
03-23-2018
Start Time
10:00
End Time
11:30
Location
Gibson 296
Details

Cosponsored by Department of Politics Race, Ethnicity, Gender Group
and American Politics Speakers Series

Yanna Krupnikov is Associate Professor of Political Science at Stony Brook University. Her research and teaching focus on political psychology, political communication, political persuasion, political behavior and empirical methodology. Broadly, her research considers the potential for power in information. She integrates psychology and political science in order to identify points at which new information can have the most profound effect on the way people form political opinions, make political choices and, ultimately, take political actions. In addition, she has a secondary research agenda focused on experimental methodology and measurement. Her work has been published in such journals as the American Journal of Political Science, Political Communication, and Political Behavior.