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Investigator(s): American Political Science Association (APSA)

Supplementary Empirical Teaching Units in Political Science (SETUPS) are computer-related modules designed for use in teaching introductory courses in American government and politics. The modules are intended to demonstrate the process of examining evidence and reaching conclusions in a way that stimulates students to think independently and critically, with a deeper understanding of substantive content. They enable students with no previous training to make use of the computer to analyze data on political behavior.

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1997
Prysby, Charles,  Scavo, Carmine . Setups: Voting Behavior: The 1996 Election. Washington, DC: American Political Science Association.
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1993
Prysby, Charles,  Scavo, Carmine . Setups: Voting Behavior: The 1992 Election. Washington, DC: American Political Science Association.
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1989
Prysby, Charles,  Scavo, Carmine . Setups: Voting Behavior: The 1988 Election. Washington, DC: American Political Science Association.
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1982
Joslyn, Richard,  Johnson, Janet . Campaign 80: The Public and the Presidential Selection Process. Washington, DC: American Political Science Association.
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1981
Blomquist, David . Elections and the Mass Media. Washington, DC: American Political Science Association.
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1981
Broh, C. Anthony,  Prysby, Charles L. Voting Behavior: The 1980 Election. Washington, DC: American Political Science Association.
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1980
Acock, Alan C.,  Scott, Wilbur J. A Model for Predicting Behavior: The Effect of Attitude and Social Class on High and Low Visibility Political Participation. Social Psychology Quarterly. 43, (1), 59-72.
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1980
Ryan, John Paul,  Tate, C. Neal . The Supreme Court in American Politics: Policy Through Law, 2nd ed.. Washington, DC: American Political Science Association.
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1977
Skogan, Wesley G.,  Klecka, William R. The Fear of Crime. Washington, DC: American Political Science Association.
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1975
Arterton, F. Christopher,  Hahn, Harlan . Political Participation. Washington, DC: American Political Science Association.
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