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conducts research on the civic and political engagement of young Americans.
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Working Paper 37: The Political Participation of College Students, Working Students and Working Youth

by Sharon E. Jarvis, Lisa Montoya, and Emily Mulvoy August 2005 “Education has long been a powerful predictor in understanding political participation and yet the paths toward earning a college degree have changed considerably in recent years. As tuition costs increase and as schooling option burgeon, today’s youth are taking longer to finish their academic Read More >

August 4th, 2005
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Working Paper 36: The Political Participation of Working Youth and College Students

by Sharon E. Jarvis, Lisa Montoya, and Emily Mulvoy August 2005 “Unprecedented attention has gone to researching young voters, and yet one segment of this age group has been largely ignored: non-college (or “working”) youth. Because very little is known about them, the following paper advances three fundamental concerns: What types of political activities do Read More >

August 3rd, 2005
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