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The stub template had been modified so that all stub articles had a paragraph about a Political Scientist named Pippa Norris. I deleted this paragraph and returned the stub template to a previous version.--Modernhiawatha 01:42, 22 February 2006 (UTC)
I found another page with a Pippa Norris paragraph: http:/wiki/Bradley_A._Smith I deleted the Pippa Norris paragraphs from the Bradley_A_Smith page and paste them here for the record, however the Pippa Norris stub is still on the Bradley A. Smith page, under the 'External Links' section. Here is what I deleted:
Pippa Norris is a Harvard political scientist teaching at the John F. Kennedy School of Government. She is the Maguire Lecturer in Comparative Politics and a well-known public speaker. From May 2006-8 she took leave from Harvard to serve as Director of the Democratic Governance practice in the United Nations Development Program based in New York. www.undp.org/governance
Pippa Norris gained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of Warwick and her Masters in Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in politics from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
The prize-winning author or editor of three-dozen books, her research compares democratic institutions, public opinion and elections, gender politics and political communications.
She has served as an expert consultant for many international bodies including the UN, UNESCO, NDI, the Council of Europe, International IDEA, the National Endowment for Democracy, and the UK Electoral Commission. Her work has been published in more than a dozen languages (French, German, Dutch, Italian, Swedish, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Polish, Hungarian, Croatian, Pashtu, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, and Japanese). Journals articles include those in the British Journal for Political Science, Political Studies, Political Communication, the European Journal of Political Research, the International Political Science Review, Electoral Studies and Legislative Studies, and she co-founded The Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics.
She has served on executive bodies for the American Political Science Association (APSA), the International Political Science Association (IPSA), the Political Science Association of the UK (PSA), and the British Politics Group of APSA. She is President of the Political Communications section of APSA and she was President of the Women and Politics Research Group of APSA and Co-Founding Chair of the Elections, Parties, and Public Opinion Group (EPOP) of the PSA. She has held visiting appointments at Columbia University, the University of California-Berkeley, the University of East Anglia, the University of Oslo, the University of Cape Town, Otago University, and the Australian National University. Prior to Harvard, she taught at Edinburgh University. She teaches STM 103: Good Governance and Democratization (MPA/ID) at the Kennedy School and Gov 20: Introduction to Comparative Politics in the Government Department.
Full details and publications can be found at:www.pippanorris.com 
== Books published since 2000 with Cambridge University Press == 
A Virtuous Circle: Political Communications in Postindustrial Societies (2000, winner of the 2006 Doris A. Graber award for the best book in political communications), Digital Divide: Civic Engagement, Information Poverty and the Internet Worldwide (2001), Democratic Phoenix: Political Activism Worldwide (2002) Rising Tide: Gender Equality and Cultural Change Around the Globe (with Ronald Inglehart, 2003), Electoral Engineering: Voting Rules and Political Behavior (2004), Sacred and Secular: Religion and Politics Worldwide (with Ronald Inglehart, 2004, winner of the Virginia Hodgkinson prize from the Independent Sector), Radical Right: Voters and Parties in the Electoral Market (2005). Driving Democracy: Do power-sharing institutions work? (2008).
== Please let me know what I might do better next time, if I again find an error like this one on a wikipedia page. Thanks, Clarafury 05:41, 10 June 2007 (UTC)