Elections 2012. Part 1 of 3 :: What’s at Stake?

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This first inaugural conference sponsored by William Paterson University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences focuses on equality and inequality in the United States, with particular attention paid to electoral politics, political movements, and the ideas that animate them. This first part of the conference explores what’s at stake in the 2012 U.S. elections, from the national to the local. Jeannine Frisby LaRue, senior vice president of Kaufman Zita Group, a public affairs group in New Jersey, and Christine Kelly, professor of political science at William Paterson, lead the discussion. Both are experts in youth participation and New Jersey politics. Dr. Stephen Thompson, professor of philosophy at William Paterson, moderates.

Complete Program Title:
Elections 2012: Equality, Justice, Democracy. Part 1 of 3. From the Local to the National: What’s at Stake?

Date Created: October 18, 2012

Dr. Stephen Thompson – Moderator
Dr. Kara Rabbitt – Speaker
Dr. Edward Weil – Speaker
Jeannine Frisby LaRue – Speaker
Dr. Christine Kelly – Speaker

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Department of Instruction and Research Technology. Broadcast, Production and Support Division

Duration: 01:05:36 [hh:mm:ss]

Language: English

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