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Myunghee Lee Myunghee Lee
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    I am a PhD candidate in Political Science. My research focuses on contentious politics and protest movements in both authoritarian and democratic countries. I am also interested in authoritarian regimes, democratization, repression, human rights, and NGOs. With my language proficiency of both Korean and Mandarin Chinese, my geographic focus is East/Southeast Asia, South/North Korea, and China. My dissertation, Authoritarian Successor Parties and Political Protest in Asia, examines Asian third wave democracies and how authoritarian legacy shapes post-democratization mobilization environment. Recently, I finished my field research in South Korea for my dissertation. This trip was funded by a field research grant awarded by University of Missouri. My research relies on both quantitative and qualitative approaches. Particularly, I am highly trained for quantitative methodology. Bayesian modeling, multilevel modeling, GIS, and data visualization approaches are frequently employed in my research.
Emir Yazici Emir Yazici
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     I am a postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Political Science at the University of Missouri. My research focuses on political violence, nationalism, and ethnic politics. More specifically, I study the role of transborder identities in political violence at domestic and international level. My work has been published or is forthcoming in journals including International Security, Conflict Management and Peace Science, and Political Research Quarterly.
T. Murat Yildirim T. Murat Yildirim
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Comparative Politics, Policy & Administration
 

 

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