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The CSDC Podcast showcases conferences, interviews and in-depth analysis on politics, media studies, digital culture, electoral analysis and civic engagement.



The Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship (CSDC) brings together a group of scholars from five Québec universities, who work on research related to democratic citizenship. The purpose of the Centre is to develop inter-disciplinary and multiple methodological perspectives in the study of challenges that democracies face in a rapidly changing world.



Podcast produced, researched, recorded and hosted by Alexandre Sheldon, Public Affairs Coordinator at the CSDC.

The CSDC Podcast Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship (CSDC); with producer Alexandre Sheldon

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The CSDC Podcast showcases conferences, interviews and in-depth analysis on politics, media studies, digital culture, electoral analysis and civic engagement.



The Centre for the Study of Democratic Citizenship (CSDC) brings together a group of scholars from five Québec universities, who work on research related to democratic citizenship. The purpose of the Centre is to develop inter-disciplinary and multiple methodological perspectives in the study of challenges that democracies face in a rapidly changing world.



Podcast produced, researched, recorded and hosted by Alexandre Sheldon, Public Affairs Coordinator at the CSDC.

    031 – Marta Rebolledo – Les Effets du politainment sur l’audience sociale

    031 – Marta Rebolledo – Les Effets du politainment sur l’audience sociale

    Prof. Marta Rebolledo de la Calle (Universidad de Navarra, Espagne), professeure invitée du département de science politique...

    • 23 min
    030 – Peter Dinesen – Working together? Ethnic Diversity in the Workplace and Generalized Social Trust

    030 – Peter Dinesen – Working together? Ethnic Diversity in the Workplace and Generalized Social Trust

    On September 20, 2019, Dr. Peter Dinesen (University of Copenhagen, Denmark) presented her paper “Working together? Ethnic...

    • 17 min
    029c – Bert Bakker – The affective roots of partisanship: Physiological and selfreported responses to politicians and parties

    029c – Bert Bakker – The affective roots of partisanship: Physiological and selfreported responses to politicians and parties

    As part of the conference and workshop “Politics, Physiology, and Cognition: Advances in Theory and Method”, organized...

    • 18 min
    029b – Darren Schreiber – Neural non-partisans: Neurological differences of partisans and non-partisans

    029b – Darren Schreiber – Neural non-partisans: Neurological differences of partisans and non-partisans

    As part of the conference and workshop “Politics, Physiology, and Cognition: Advances in Theory and Method”, organized...

    • 19 min
    029a – Amanda Friesen – Exploring Gender Effects in Political Attitudes Using Physiology and Self-report

    029a – Amanda Friesen – Exploring Gender Effects in Political Attitudes Using Physiology and Self-report

    As part of the conference and workshop “Politics, Physiology, and Cognition: Advances in Theory and Method”, organized...

    • 18 min
    028 – Asylum Seekers Centers in the Neighborhood: Causal Effects of Sudden Immigrant Influx on Exclusionary Attitudes

    028 – Asylum Seekers Centers in the Neighborhood: Causal Effects of Sudden Immigrant Influx on Exclusionary Attitudes

    On March 15, 2019, Dr. Elisabeth Ivarsflaten (University of Bergen, Norway) presented her paper “Asylum Seekers Centers...

    • 16 min

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