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Vicki L. Hesli
University of Iowa
Political sciencePublic administrationDevelopment economicsDemocracyPolitics
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#2Vicki L. HesliH-Index: 20
#1Vicki L. Hesli (UI: University of Iowa)H-Index: 20
#2Jae Mook Lee (Yonsei University)H-Index: 1
In studying the correlates of job satisfaction among political science faculty we confirm some findings from other disciplines, such as the relationship between institutional type and satisfaction. We demonstrate that those working in top-ranked departments or in private institutions tend to have higher levels of satisfaction with their jobs and with their contributions to the profession. Both job satisfaction and professional satisfaction tend to be highest among full professors; and greater pr...
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#1Sara McLaughlin Mitchell (UI: University of Iowa)H-Index: 24
#2Vicki L. Hesli (UI: University of Iowa)H-Index: 20
This article examines the dual problems of "women don't ask" and "women don't say no" in the academic profession. First, we consider whether female faculty bar- gain more or less frequently than male faculty about such resources as salary, research support, clerical support, moving expenses, and spousal accommodation. Analyzing a 2009 APSA survey, we find that women are more likely to ask for resources than men when considering most categories of bargaining issues. This finding goes against conv...
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#1Vicki L. Hesli (UI: University of Iowa)H-Index: 20
#2Jae Mook Lee (UI: University of Iowa)H-Index: 2
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We report the results of hypotheses tests about the effects of several measures of research, teaching, and service on the likelihood of achieving the ranks of associate and full professor. In conducting these tests, we control for institutional and individual background characteristics. We focus our tests on the link between productivity and academic rank and explore whether this relationship reveals a gender dimension. The analyses are based on an APSA-sponsored survey of all faculty members in...
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#1Vicki L. Hesli (UI: University of Iowa)H-Index: 20
The 2010 Ukrainian election resulted in run-off between Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko and opposition leader Viktor Yanukovych (on February 7, 2010). This runoff allows us to test hypotheses about the different ways that voters evaluate male as compared with female candidates. We know that voters choose candidates that they evaluate positively in terms of qualities that will make them good or effective leaders (Kinder 1986; Aldrich, Sullivan and Borgida 1989; Rahn, Krosnick, and Breuning 1994)....
#1Vicki L. HesliH-Index: 20
#2Jae Mook Lee (UI: University of Iowa)H-Index: 2
The justification for studying faculty research productivity is that it affects individual advancement and reputation within academe, as well as departmental and institutional prestige (Creamer 1998, iii). Publication records are an important factor in faculty performance evaluations, research grant awards, and promotion and salary decisions. The phrase “publish or perish” encapsulates the importance of research productivity to academic careers. In addition, questions are sometimes raised about ...
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#1Benjamin Darr (UI: University of Iowa)H-Index: 1
#2Vicki L. Hesli (UI: University of Iowa)H-Index: 20
Abstract Borrowing the dominant theoretical frameworks of studies of voter turnout in the developed world, this paper tests the applicability of these frameworks to a transitional democracy in a Muslim society. Using logistic regression, we estimate an individual’s likelihood of voting in Kyrgyzstan’s 2005 parliamentary and presidential elections. We find that traditional rural networks, rather than networks of voluntary associations, play the central role in the mobilization of voters. In addit...
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#1Holley E. Hansen (UI: University of Iowa)H-Index: 3
#2Vicki L. Hesli (UI: University of Iowa)H-Index: 20
Abstract We challenge the civic–ethnic dichotomy drawn by previous authors and propose a four-category typology of identities based on out-group tolerance and in-group attachment. Drawing from work on national identity formation and nation-building, we test hypotheses about the processes that cause individuals to adopt one identity over others using survey data based on representative samples of five ethnic groups in Ukraine. We find that the effects of socialisation processes vary greatly depen...
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