Social Science Research Council

For Support Of The Negotiating Agreement In Congress Project

Overview
Processes of negotiating agreement in Congress are under great stress, yet we know very little about the mechanics, challenges, and remedies for this problem. Building on the Anxieties of Democracy program’s current work and the Social Science Research Council’s reputation as a leader in research granting competitions of the highest caliber, the goal of this grant is to induce scholars with diverse sets of expertise to probe this vital issue. The Negotiating Agreement in Congress project seeks to affect the character and emphases of research and writing about Congress within the academy while developing understanding and approaches with the potential to influence and improve legislative behavior.
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for support of digital disinformation research mapping and policy translation  
The field of scholars seeking to understand, and address, challenges around digital disinformation has grown rapidly over the last several years. The field spans many scholarly disciplines, including political science, computer science, behavioral science, communications and journalism, law, philosophy, and more. Platforms, journalists, and policymakers have much to learn from leading research about these problems, and emerging solutions, but navigating the body of pending and published research is challenging. This grant would support the Social Science Research Council in mapping, on an ongoing and iterative basis, research underway in this field, and developing "living lit reviews" to translate these scholarly findings to key audiences in closer to real-time.

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