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Heidi Berggren

Associate Professor

Political Science

508-999-8272

508-999-8819

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Liberal Arts 328

Teaching

Programs

Teaching

Courses

Theory and practice of national government in Congress, the Presidency, and the Supreme Court, and the interaction of these institutions with interest groups, political parties, public opinion and the mass media.

Students analyze and debate the politics surrounding the public policies that comprise the U.S. social safety net, including social security, welfare, education benefits and more

Examines public policies and landmark Supreme Court opinions relating to gender equality and women's interests in the United States. Topics may include educational policies, employment policies, child care policies, health care policies, reproductive rights, and policies relating to women as criminals. Cross-listed as PST 354 and WMS 339.

Students analyze and debate the politics surrounding the public policies that comprise the U.S. social safety net, including social security, welfare, education benefits and more

Examines public policies and landmark Supreme Court opinions relating to gender equality and women's interests in the United States. Topics may include educational policies, employment policies, child care policies, health care policies, reproductive rights, and policies relating to women as criminals. Cross-listed as PST 354 and WMS 339.

Teaching

Online and Continuing Education Courses

An examination of the impact of gender as a variable in American politics. The course analyzes women in the electorate as candidates, as office holders, and as political participants, including participation in political organizations and lobbying groups. Cross-listed as WMS 332.
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An examination of the impact of gender as a variable in American politics. The course analyzes women in the electorate as candidates, as office holders, and as political participants, including participation in political organizations and lobbying groups. Cross-listed as WMS 332.
Register for this course.

Examines public policies and landmark Supreme Court opinions relating to gender equality and women's interests in the United States. Topics may include educational policies, employment policies, child care policies, health care policies, reproductive rights, and policies relating to women as criminals. Cross-listed as PST 354 and WMS 339.
Register for this course.

Examines public policies and landmark Supreme Court opinions relating to gender equality and women's interests in the United States. Topics may include educational policies, employment policies, child care policies, health care policies, reproductive rights, and policies relating to women as criminals. Cross-listed as PST 354 and WMS 339.
Register for this course.

Research

Research Interests

  • Co-housing Movement
  • Work-Family Policy
  • Social Policy
  • Gender and Politics
  • Gender-Role Attitudes
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