Methodological Issues in the Study of Biopolitics (Manhattan, NY)


Scholars have recently begun to explore the possibility that biological differences, at least in part, help to explain individual differences in political attitudes and behavior. This three-day course will expose participants to methodological tools and techniques utilized by researchers investigating the biological basis of political behaviors and attitudes. We will focus on approaches for the design and analysis of genetically informative samples. The course will involve both didactic presentations and hands-on sessions applying the methods and tools presented.

Fee: Members = $1300; Non-members = $2600

Tags: biopolitics

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