4. Dr. Michael Hanchard. Political science professor at Northwestern University. Dr. Hanchard may be the most important contact in academia for any aspects of the study linked to race because Dr. Hanchard has done extensive work in both comparative politics and transnational politics. Furthermore, Dr. Hanchard may be able to provide insight into research methodology because he has done research on black political activists in various locales.
5. Dr. Wesley Skogan. Political science professor at Northwestern University. Dr. Skogan concentrates on citizens as consumers and creators of law, therefore he may have valuable insight on political involvement.
6. Dr. Dennis Chong. Political science professor at Northwestern University. Dr. Chong wrote Rational Lives: Norms and Values in Politics and Society, in which he examined the interrelationship between how people's individual choices effect their social and economic realms. Because choice of residence may be one of the most basic social choices, Dr. Chong may be able to provide help and guidance for the field research.
7. Cook County Republican Party.. By contacting the Cook County Republican Party, I could find out the wards that are most active in party politics.
8. Cook County Democratic Party. http://www.cookcountydems.com/ward.htm
Cook County democratic party website, with contact information for party leaders by ward. By contacting individual ward leaders, I could get volunteer information for the Democratic Party by ward. http://egov.cityofchicago.org/city/webportal/home.do
Official website of the city of Chicago. It has information regarding communities and neighborhoods. Contains a ward and alderman list, with contact information for the aldermen for each ward.
Chicago Convention and Tourism Bureau. Provides contact information, from which I find out which areas of Chicago are most likely to be used for local political conventions. http://about.chicagotribune.com/community/volunteerism.htm. The volunteerism site for the Chicago Tribune, I can ascertain local activist groups and talk to their leaders about volunteerism and donations.
12. www.suntimes.com/index/elect.html -- the political section of the Chicago Sun-Times, which gives updated information about current local political issues.
A www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld.The political section of the Chicago Sun-Times, which gives updated information about current national political issues. http://www.realclearpolitics.com/.A really helpful website that gives up-to-date information on political issues. It provides links to a number of political blogs that can provide insight into levels of political activity.
A www.chicago.com.A website that gives information about local Chicago events, which will provide the researcher with information about upcoming political activity.
16. chicago.indymedia.org. A website offering reporting outside of the mainstream media. May be more information than the mainstream media at offering information regarding disenfranchised areas.
A www.city-data.com/city/Chicago-Illinois.html. Website that gives detailed information city by city, including property values, crime data, and other demographic information.
A www.chireader.com.A website that gives information about local Chicago events, which will provide the researcher with information about upcoming political activity.
19. Dr. William Sewell. Political science professor at the University of Chicago. Dr. Sewell studies comparative politics, and politics and culture. Because cultures, especially immigrant cultures, cluster in geographic areas, Dr. Sewell may be able to answer lingering questions about the data after it is collected.
20. Dr. Gerald Rosenberg. Political science professor at the University of Chicago. Specializes in civil rights and civil liberties, two areas of traditionally high political participation. May be able to help provide hypothesis about political involvement by geographic area.
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