CPSA Poster Prize
This prize is awarded annually at the CPSA Annual Conference by the Programme Committee in charge of its organization.
Deadline: November 7, 2022
A poster proposal must include:
- the title of the poster;
- a 250-word abstract.
These presentations are an excellent way to disseminate work in a visual, rather than completely textual way. Posters are welcomed from any CPSA member wishing to present material in this format at the conference.
Full information about this competition can be found in the POSTERS Terms of Reference [ download pdf ↓ ] .
Prizes are awarded to the winner and first and second runners up.
How Do Americans React to Legislative Success and Failure? . . .
Political Discussion Networks and Political Activities in Canada . . .
Voting and Visible Minority Candidates in Canada: An Experimental Investigation . . .
Twittering Canadian Politics: A Content Analysis of Political Hashtags. . .
To Preserve What is Best of the Past: Network of Actors and Identity Analysis of Moral . . .
Civic Ritual in Era of Politics-As-Usual: Newspaper Coverage of the Legislative Opening . . .