lupia

lupia

A nonspecific term for any mass located on the eyelid.
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11) Arthur Lupia, Uninformed: Why People Know So Little About Politics and What We Can Do About It (New York: Oxford University Press, 2016).
Delli Carpini and Keeter 1996; Lupia and McCubbins 1998; Prior 2007).
Popkin, SL & Dimock, MA 2000, 'Knowledge, trust, and international reasoning', in A Lupia, MD McCubbins & SL Popkin, (eds), Elements of reason: cognition, choice, and bounds of rationality, pp.
Lupia, supra note 122 ("[H]istorical racism and continued resultant poverty have caused members of certain ethnic groups to have frequent brushes with the law .
There are many cases of mobilization in which organizations play a role but do not fit well with bureaucratic approaches to explaining collective action (Bimber, 2003; Bimber, Flanagin, & Stohl, 2005; Lupia & Sin, 2003).
Political scientists have long explored the cues or heuristics that are used to make politics easier to understand (Brady & Sniderman, 1985; Hamill, Lodge, & Blake, 1985; Iyengar, 1990; Jervis, 1986; Lodge & Hamill, 1986; Lupia, 1994; Otatti, 1990; Scholz, 1998; Sniderman, Brody, & Tetlock, 1991; Sniderman, et al.
For example, Lupia (29) suggests presenters of scientific testimony emphasize that their past work has been replicable, transparent, and reliable.
9) See James Kuklinski & Paul Quirk, Reconsidering the Rational Public: Cognition, Heuristics, and Mass Opinion, in Elements of Reason: Cognition, Choice, and the Bounds of Rationality 156, 178 (Arthur Lupia et al.
In an article published in The Medieval and Renaissance Times, entitled "The Secret Revealed: How to Look at Italian Renaissance Paintings," John Lupia proposes that the cause of the anomaly of the oft-cited odd proportioning of the face of Ginevra de Benci, can be deduced by bisecting Ginevra's face (fig.
Then as befitting the stature of an Oscar-nominated actor, she followed up with the acclaimed 12 Years a Slave, starring Lupia Nyong'o, Benedict Cumberbatch and Brad Pitt.
Arthur Lupia, Deliberation Disconnected: What It Takes to Improve Civic Competence, 65 Law & Contemp.