2005 John McMenemy Prize

2005 John McMenemy Prize

2005 John McMenemy Prize Winner: Godson Dinneya and Asrat Tsegaye Constructing a Cardinal Measure of Democratic Development in a Transitional Polity: The Nigerian Example, Canadian Journal of Political Science 37:2Excerpt from jury report: The authors present a...
2005 John McMenemy Prize

2014 John McMenemy Prize

2014 John McMenemy Prize Winner: Paul Saurette and Kelly Gordon Arguing Abortion: The New Anti-Abortion Discourse in Canada, Canadian Journal of Political Science 46:1Excerpt from jury report: The nature of contemporary anti-abortion discourse in Canada is the topic...
2005 John McMenemy Prize

2013 John McMenemy Prize

2013 John McMenemy Prize Winner: Frank P. Harvey President Al Gore and the 2003 Iraq War: A Counterfactual Test of Conventional ‘W’isdom, Canadian Journal of Political Science 45:1Excerpt from jury report: A remarkable example of counterfactual analysis...
2005 John McMenemy Prize

2012 John McMenemy Prize

2012 John McMenemy Prize Winner: Fiona MacDonaldIndigenous Peoples and Neoliberal ‘Privatization’ in Canada: Opportunities, Cautions and Constraints , Canadian Journal of Political Science 44:2Excerpt from jury report: In this innovative study, MacDonald explores the...
2005 John McMenemy Prize

2011 John McMenemy Prize

2011 John McMenemy Prize Winner: Antoine Bilodeau, Stephen White and Neil Nevitte The Development of Dual Loyalties: Immigrants’ Integration to Canadian Regional Dynamics, Canadian Journal of Political Science 43:3Excerpt from jury report: This article examines an...
2005 John McMenemy Prize

2010 John McMenemy Prize

2010 John McMenemy Prize Winner: Matthew Kerby Worth the Wait: Determinants of Ministerial Appointments in Canada, 1935 – 2008, Canadian Journal of Political Science 42:3Excerpt from jury report: Kerby’s study of the determinants of appointment to the...