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“Experimenting with Public Opinion: The Effects of Racialized Politics”

a presentation by

Dr. David Wilson

Thursday, Feb. 23rd

3:30 – 5:00 p.m.

Lenfell Hall, College at Florham

 

A question and answer period will follow the presentation. 

Light refreshments will be served.

Please RSVP to colleend@fdu.edu

 

Co-sponsored by:   Black History Month Committee and

Black History Month is the Focus of the “Politics on the PublicMind” Series this February

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The series begins with author, David Margolick discussing his book, Elizabeth and Hazel: Two Women of Little Rock  http://davidmargolick.com

Thursday, Feb. 2nd

3:30 – 5:00 p.m.

Lenfell Hall, College at Florham

A question/answer session follows the presentation.  Refreshments will be offered. 

 

To reserve a seat, please contact colleend@fdu.edu

For more information about the series http://inside.fdu.edu/prpt/davidmargolick.html

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The series continues with a presentation by

David Redlawsk,

Director of the Eagleton Center for Public Interest Polling at Rutgers University

 

“Surveying the Polls: Question Wording and Latent Attitudes Toward Same-Sex Marriage”

 

Thursday, Nov. 17th

3:30 – 5:00 p.m.

Orangerie, College at Florham Library

Please RSVP to colleend@fdu.edu

 

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Tomorrow…Politics on the PublicMind

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“Why the Polls Are All Wrong”

presentation by

Dan Cassino

 

Thursday, Nov. 10th

3:30-5:00 p.m.

Orangerie,

College at Florham Library

 

RSVP to colleend@fdu.edu

 

Cassino is Director of Experimental Research for FDU’s PublicMind Poll, and co-author of Consuming Politics: Jon Stewart, Branding, and the Youth Vote in America (2009).

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“Polling Fools”, a presentation by

Dr. Peter Woolley, Director of FDU’s PublicMind Poll

3:30 – 5:00 p.m.

Orangerie, College at Florham

R.S.V.P. to colleend@fdu.edu

 

PublicMind conducts survey research in New Jersey and nationally on politics, society, popular culture, consumer and economic trends. For more info… http://publicmind.fdu.edu/

 

Scheduled appearance by Michael DuHaime is cancelled.

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“Polling Beyond the Headlines”

 with Patrick Murray

 

Thursday, October 20th 

3:30-5:00 p.m.

Orangerie, College at Florham

 

R.S.V. P. to colleend@fdu.edu

 

Patrick Murray is the founding director of Monmouth University Polling Institute.  He is also a columnist, and ubiquitous analyst of the New Jersey political scene.

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Change in Schedule for Politics on the PublicMind

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We must cancel this week’s Politics on the PublicMind session (Thursday, Oct. 13th) due to a unresolved conflict in the speaker’s schedule.  Michael DuHaime will join us later in the semester.  A revised series schedule will be published this week.
 
Our next scheduled session is next Thursday, October 20th with Patrick Murray, founding director, Monmouth University Polling Institute; columnist, and ubiquitous analyst of the New Jersey political scene. 

                       

Thank you for your understanding and continued support

                  


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