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02-07-2021: Interview with UT Prof. Bryan Jones, Reconciliation, Texas Legislature, and More!

On Politics with Eric Morrow

In this week's edition of On Politics with Eric Morrow, hear an interview with UT Professor of Political Science, Bryan Jones, talk about power sharing in the senate, Texas Legislature, Reconciliation, and The Filibuster. All this and more!

53mins

7 Feb 2021

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Episode 162 - Bryan Jones, PhD (The Curiosity Hour Podcast by Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund)

The Curiosity Hour Podcast

Episode 162 - Bryan Jones, Ph.D.Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund are honored to have as our guest, Bryan Jones, Ph.D.Bryan Jones is an Assistant Professor at the Austin W. Marxe School of Public and International Affairs at Baruch College. Additionally, he is an affiliate of the City University of New York Institute for Demographic Research (CIDR), and consultant with the World Bank. Bryan has a Ph.D. in Geography from the University of Colorado-Boulder, and M.A. in Geography from the University of Connecticut. His research interests include population dynamics and migration, climate change impacts, risk/vulnerability assessment, and spatial statistics/GIS.Bryan’s current research explores the relationship between human population dynamics and climate change in driving human vulnerability to climate-related hazards with a focus on sustainability and climate-resilient policy. Much of his current work addresses climate-induced migration. Bryan served as lead modeler for the World Bank's 2018 flagship report Groundswell: Preparing for Internal Climate Migration, and remains engaged with the World Bank, the Center for International Earth Science Information Network at Columbia University (CIESIN), and the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) in preparing a series of follow-up reports. In addition to this work, over the past decade he has developed novel methods for producing spatially explicit, high-resolution population scenarios, a crucial input to the assessment of potential climate impacts. Data products developed as a function of this research are currently in use across the global change community, and have informed research cited in the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Assessment Reports and the US National Climate Assessment. To find out more about Dr. Jones and his publications, please visit:https://baruch-cuny.academia.edu/BryanJones https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Bryan_Jones14Please also check out these pieces we refer to during the interview:The Great Climate Migration: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/07/23/magazine/climate-migration.htmlAbout Our Climate Migration Model: https://www.propublica.org/article/2020-climate-migration-part-1-methodologyModeling Climate Change-Induced Migration in Central America & Mexico Methodological Report: https://assets-c3.propublica.org/Climate-Migration-Modeling-Methodology.pdfNote: Guests create their own bio description for each episode.The Curiosity Hour Podcast is hosted and produced by Dan Sterenchuk and Tommy Estlund.Please visit our website for more information:thecuriosityhourpodcast.comThe Curiosity Hour Podcast is listener supported! To donate, click here: thecuriosityhourpodcast.com/donate/Please visit this page for information where you can listen to our podcast: thecuriosityhourpodcast.com/listen/Disclaimers: The Curiosity Hour Podcast may contain content not suitable for all audiences. Listener discretion advised. The views and opinions expressed by the guests on this podcast are solely those of the guest(s). These views and opinions do not necessarily represent those of The Curiosity Hour Podcast. This podcast may contain explicit language.The Public Service Announcement near the beginning of the episode solely represents the views of Tommy and Dan and not our guests or our listeners.

48mins

8 Oct 2020

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The Recanter: Jeremy Bryan Jones

Makeup and Murder

Welcome back crazies...today we dive into the story of Jeremy Bryan Jones. Jeremy was born 4/12/1973 in Miami, Oklahoma and was already set to be a problem child in his early child hood years. January of 1990, 16 years old in fact was his first run in with the law and was charged with assault and later charged again with possession of meth amphetamines. It doesn't stop there!! As years went on Jeremy Jones made unsubstantiated claims to have committed up to 20 murders over 13 years....but was only ever convicted and sentenced to one! How does one man get away with so much terror? How does this mans fingerprints slip through the cracks of the FBI? In this episode I go over the events of this recanters life and discuss each victim. Was Jeremy telling the truth? Was he set up? did he commit these awful crimes? Did drugs make him turn into this evil monster?

43mins

28 Sep 2020

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Growing Through Divorce - Interview with Bryan Jones

Faith And Failures

Many people in this world have been touched in some way by divorce. Myself included. Today I interview a man that opens up about his ex wife leaving him and toll and path it took him down. Make sure to check out the links below from todays episode!Books on divorce: https://amzn.to/30G1VQLFacebook  Page: https://www.facebook.com/faithandfailures/Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/faithandfailures/  My Podcast EquipmentMics: https://amzn.to/3cCPN6XBooms: https://amzn.to/2AzTr3fAudio Recorder/Mixer: https://amzn.to/3g4NjQSHeadphones: https://amzn.to/2Tb7lPLApple Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/faith-and-failures/id1505863531Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4RnYGZRe9c515NhQhuhQ5K?si=A0SMJcdcQFWTxXs5J6S_CwSupport the show (https://bit.ly/2Vlkh5H)

39mins

10 Aug 2020

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A Session w/ Transportation Psychologist Bryan Jones

Active Towns

Show Notes:Eastvale, CA is the second-youngest city in the state of California and as you'll learn from this conversation with its City Manager, Bryan Jones it's also a city without a downtown, but that will hopefully change soon as they have identified 162 acres that they hope to develop soon.You'll also learn that Bryan is a passionate winemaker and has a fun alter ego as The Transportation PsychologistAdditional Helpful Links:The Dover Kohl Public Realm Blog & VideoLive Oak Vineyard https://www.facebook.com/LiveOakVineyard/Eastvale CrimeWatch and Reportinghttps://eastvalecrimewatchreporting.com/Move through Motivationhttps://youtu.be/TeHYVLsJKwshttps://www.facebook.com/movethroughmotivation/Credits:Audio Production by Active TownsA not-for-profit organization dedicated to helping communities create a Culture of Activity.Creative Commons License: Attributions Non-Commercial No Derivatives 2020Please consider supporting the Active Towns Podcast by making a donation or becoming PatronYou can reach John Simmerman at john@activetowns.org Music: Friday Night Downtown by Neil Cross and Down at the Club by Patrick Smith via Storyblocks.com★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

55mins

9 Jul 2020

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Co-Authored: Frank Baumgartner and Bryan Jones on American Politics and Policy

New Books in Political Science

The Co-Authored podcast takes you behind the major academic collaborations in the study of politics. The first episode of the Co-Authored podcast focuses the multiple decade collaboration between Frank Baumgartner and Bryan Jones. This study initially focused on American politics and policy change, but it grew and grew to encompass new questions about information and new places stretched out across the world. Listen to the co-authors, collaborators, and former student share all the inside secrets.The Co-Authored podcast is supported by the American Political Science Association Centennial Center and the New Books Network. It is written and produced by Heath Brown and edited by Sam Anderson. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

37mins

5 Feb 2020

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Bryan Jones, "The Great Broadening: How the Vast Expansion of the Policymaking Agenda Transformed American Politics" (U Chicago Press, 2019)

New Books in Public Policy

Bryan Jones, Sean Theriault, and Michelle Whyman are out with a big book on with a provocative thesis. In The Great Broadening: How the Vast Expansion of the Policymaking Agenda Transformed American Politics (University of Chicago Press, 2019), the authors argue that there are dimensions to the broadening of the US federal government into new areas of public life largely overlooked by previous scholars. Rather than public opinion or changes in the party system, they claim that it is the social movement system that is an underappreciated driver of the broadening of government in the 1960s. They continue that polarization and the growth of interest groups are each a consequence of this transformation of government, not a primary cause.The Great Broadening is rooted in a massive exploration of data connected with the Policy Agendas Projects. Culling data across nearly a century of American politics and government, the book raises as many new questions as it conclusively answers. The authors are candid that they are expanding the conversation about American political development, not necessarily refuting previous claims. They do so with a heap of quantitative measures on agenda setting in congress, federal expenditures, and the size of the administrative state. This is a must read for students of American politics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/public-policy

25mins

18 Sep 2019

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Bryan Jones, "The Great Broadening: How the Vast Expansion of the Policymaking Agenda Transformed American Politics" (U Chicago Press, 2019)

New Books in Politics and Polemics

Bryan Jones, Sean Theriault, and Michelle Whyman are out with a big book on with a provocative thesis. In The Great Broadening: How the Vast Expansion of the Policymaking Agenda Transformed American Politics (University of Chicago Press, 2019), the authors argue that there are dimensions to the broadening of the US federal government into new areas of public life largely overlooked by previous scholars. Rather than public opinion or changes in the party system, they claim that it is the social movement system that is an underappreciated driver of the broadening of government in the 1960s. They continue that polarization and the growth of interest groups are each a consequence of this transformation of government, not a primary cause.The Great Broadening is rooted in a massive exploration of data connected with the Policy Agendas Projects. Culling data across nearly a century of American politics and government, the book raises as many new questions as it conclusively answers. The authors are candid that they are expanding the conversation about American political development, not necessarily refuting previous claims. They do so with a heap of quantitative measures on agenda setting in congress, federal expenditures, and the size of the administrative state. This is a must read for students of American politics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/politics-and-polemics

25mins

18 Sep 2019

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Bryan Jones, "The Great Broadening: How the Vast Expansion of the Policymaking Agenda Transformed American Politics" (U Chicago Press, 2019)

New Books in Political Science

Bryan Jones, Sean Theriault, and Michelle Whyman are out with a big book on with a provocative thesis. In The Great Broadening: How the Vast Expansion of the Policymaking Agenda Transformed American Politics (University of Chicago Press, 2019), the authors argue that there are dimensions to the broadening of the US federal government into new areas of public life largely overlooked by previous scholars. Rather than public opinion or changes in the party system, they claim that it is the social movement system that is an underappreciated driver of the broadening of government in the 1960s. They continue that polarization and the growth of interest groups are each a consequence of this transformation of government, not a primary cause.The Great Broadening is rooted in a massive exploration of data connected with the Policy Agendas Projects. Culling data across nearly a century of American politics and government, the book raises as many new questions as it conclusively answers. The authors are candid that they are expanding the conversation about American political development, not necessarily refuting previous claims. They do so with a heap of quantitative measures on agenda setting in congress, federal expenditures, and the size of the administrative state. This is a must read for students of American politics. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSupport our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

25mins

18 Sep 2019

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Stall Seven: Roster Updates, Bryan Jones, 2019 Predictions

Stall Seven

Chris and Ian run through the latest player signings and roster updates, interview New York Empire Head Coach Bryan Jones as he returns to the sidelines (13:55), and predict division winners (30:30) and Championship Weekend 8 results (59:43).

1hr 12mins

29 Mar 2019

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