Mapping Politics

Mapping Politics is an annual peer-reviewed journal produced by students in the Political Science department at Memorial University in St. John's, Newfoundland. We welcome submissions from Memorial students in all areas of political science including Newfoundland and Labrador politics, Canadian politics, international relations, media and politics, comparative politics, and political theory.

Mapping Politics

Vol 6 (2014): Fall 2014

Table of Contents


Introduction PDF
Michael Kelly

Is freedom of the press required for a liberal democracy: A case study of Mexico’s freedom of the press and democracy PDF
Joshua Barrett

Nationalism and Multi-ethnic Governance in Bosnia-Herzegovina Methods of Multi-Ethnic Government: A Study of Consociationalism and Centripetalism PDF
Michael Joshua Fleet

Socio-economic Inequality and the Rational Candidate PDF
Kathryn Wesley

The Rise of China: What Makes It A Threat to East Asian States? PDF
Limingcui (Emma) Huang

"Queerly Beloved, We are Gathered here Today….”: An Examination of the Extension of Rights to Sexual Minorities in Latin America PDF
Karalena McLean

Foundationalism and Anti-Foundationalism in International Relations Theory: A Possible Synthesis? PDF
Scott Nicholas Romaniuk

Rawls’ Theory of Justice: An Improvement upon the Utilitarian Doctrine PDF
Laura Dyke

Applications of Darwinian Evolutionary Theory within Historical Institutionalism PDF
Ryley Siscoe

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ISSN: 1920-5473