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- A mid-year update from MAPOR’s President Ron Langley.
- 2018 MAPOR conference Embracing the Diverse Future in Public Opinion Research will take place on November 16-17 in Chicago – submit your abstract through June 30!
- Students: Enter the competition for the Doris A. Graber Award for Best Public Opinion Paper or the Allan McCutcheon Award for Best Methodology Paper.
- Remembering MAPOR Fellow and Past President Doris A. Graber for her significant contributions to MAPOR for more than forty years.
Embracing a Diverse Future in Public Opinion ResearchThe conference will be held on November 16-17, 2018 Embassy Suites, Downtown Chicago, 600 N. State Street, Chicago, IL 60654
Conference Chair: Ned English Associate Conference Chair: Dana Garbarski
Submit your papers at the following link:
All submissions are due by 11:59PM Central Time on June 30, 2018
|Keynote Speaker||Pedagogy Hour Speaker|
|Jennifer Agiesta||Colm O’Muircheartaigh|
|CNN||University of Chicago|
2018 MAPOR Fellows Student Paper Competition
43rd Annual Conference of the
Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research
November 16-17, 2018
Embassy Suites Chicago Downtown, 600 N. State StreetThe Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research invites eligible students to enter the association’s MAPOR Fellows Student Paper Competition. Two winning papers, one in public opinion and the other in survey research methodology, will receive an award of $200, one free conference registration and one free ticket to the Friday MAPOR luncheon. The winning papers also will be accepted for presentation during a session at the May 2019 AAPOR conference in Toronto, Canada. See past winners here. Read More
MAPOR named John Stevenson 2017 MAPOR Fellow. He was honored at the 2017 annual conference for having made significant contributions to MAPOR through service to the organization, leadership, and scholarship. John Stevenson is the Associate Director for Research Services at the University of Wisconsin Survey Center.
Doris A. Graber Award for Best Public Opinion PaperYangsun Hong, University of Wisconsin-Madison Social media use, exposure to disagreement, and offline expressive participation: The moderating role of self-censorship
Allan McCutcheon Award for Best Methodology PaperFelicitas Mittereder, University of Michigan Can previous response behavior predict future breakoff in Web surveys? Click here for more information on the MAPOR student paper awards and a list of past winners.
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