Recent Publications of LSU Faculty and Students


Sandoz, Ellis. 2013. Give Me Liberty: Studies in Constitutionalism and Philosophy. South Bend, IN: St. Augustine Press.

Sullivan, Jas M., and Ashraf M. Esmail. 2012. African American Identity. New York: Lexington Books.


Sullivan, Jas, and Jonathan Winburn. 2011. The Louisiana Legislative Black Caucus: Race and Representation in the Pelican State. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.


McEachern, Patrick. 2010.Inside the Red Box: North Korea's Post-totalitarian Politics. New York: Columbia University Press.


Schafer, Mark, and Scott Crichlow. 2010. Groupthink Versus High-Quality Decision Making in International Relations. New York: Columbia University Press.


Schafer, Mark, Stephen G. Walker and Akan Malici. 2010. Rethinking Foriegn Policy Analysis: States, Leaders, and the Microfoundations of Behavioral International Relations. New York: Routledge.


Stoner, James Jr., and Donna M. Hughes, eds. 2010. The Social Costs of Pornography: A Collection of Papers. Princeton, NJ: The Witherspoon Institute. 

Howes, Dustin E. 2009. Toward a Credible Pacifism: Violence and the Politics. State University of New York Press.

Lawrence, Regina G. and Melody Rose. 2009. Hillary Clinton's Race for the White House: Gender Politics and the Media on the Campaign Trail. Lynne Rienner Publishers, Inc.

Abouharb, M. Rodwan, and David Cingranelli. 2008. Human Rights and Structural Adjustment.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Long, David E., Bernard Reich, and Mark Gasiorowski, eds. 2007. The Government and Politics of the Middle East and North Africa, Fifth Edition. Boulder: Westview Press.

Lawrence, Regina, W. Lance Bennett, and Steven Livingston. 2007.When the Press Fails: Political Power and the News Media from Iraq to Hurricane Katrina. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Parent, Wayne. 2006.Inside the Carnival: Unmasking Louisiana Politics: With a New Epilogue on Post-Katrina. Baton Rouge: LSU Press. 

Sandoz, Ellis. 2006. Republicanism, Religion and the Soul of America. Columbia: University of Missouri Press. 

Schafer, Mark, and Stephen G. Walker, eds. 2006. Beliefs and Leadership in World Politics: Methods and Applications of Operational Code Analysis. New York: Palgrave.

Gregg, Samuel and James Stoner, eds. 2008. Rethinking Business Management: Examining the Foundations of Business Education. Princeton: The Witherspoon Institute.

Articles & Chapters



Clark, William A. 2013. "Khrushchev's'Second' First Secretaries." Kritika 14(2): 279-312.


Clark, William A. "The 2012 presidential election in Russia: Putin returns," Electoral Studies(2013),


Howes, Dustin E. 2013. "The Failure of Pacifism and the Success of Nonviolence."Perspectives on Politics 11(2): 427-446.


Stoner, James R., Jr. 2013. "The Justice of the Market and the Common Good: Justice Sutherland's Debate." In Francis J. Beckwith, Robert P. George, & Susan McWilliams, eds.Second Look at First Things: Case for Conservative Politics: The Hadley Arkes Festschrift. Southbend, IN: St. Augustine Press.


Stoner, James R., Jr. 2013. "Comment on Ralph Hancock, The Responsibility of Reason: Theory and Practice in a Liberal-Democratic Age." Perspectives on Political Science 42: 43-46.



Dumas, Tao L. (graduate student), and Stacia L. Haynie. 2012. "Building an Integrated Model of Trial Court Decision Making: Predicting Plaintiff Success and Awards across Circuits." State Politics & Policy Quarterly 12(2): 103-126. 

Howes, Dustin E. 2012. "Torture Is Not a Game: On the Limitations and Dangers of Rational Choice Methods." Political Research Quarterly 65 (1): 20-27.

Howes, Dustin. 2012. "Terror In and Out of Power." European Journal of Political Theory 11(1): 25-58.

Moyer, Laura P., and Holley Tankersley. 2012. "Judicial Innovation and Sexual Harassment Doctrine in the U.S. Courts of Appeals." Political Research Quarterly 65 (4): 784-798.

Parent, Wayne. 2012. "A Lighter Burden? Southern Political Identity in the Shrinking South." In Angie Maxwell, Todd Shields, and Jeannie Whayne, eds. The Ongoing Burden of Southern History: Politics and Identity in the Twenty-First-Century South.Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.

Parent, Wayne, with Angie Maxwell. 2012. “The Obama Trigger: Presidential Approval and Tea Party Membership.” Social Science Quarterly 93(5): 1384-1401.

Gregg, Samuel, and James R. Stoner, Jr. 2012. "Natural Law and Property Rights." In Natural Law, Economics, and the Common Good, ed. Samuel Gregg and Harold James. Exeter, UK: Imprint Academic.

Savun, Burcu, and Daniel C. Tirone. 2012. "Exogenous Shocks, Foreign Aid and Civil War."International Organization 66(3): 363-393.

Weber, Christopher R., Johanna Dunaway, and Tyler Johnson. 2012. "It's All in the Name: SourceCue Ambiguity and the Persuasive Appeal of Campaign Ads." Political Behavior 32(3): 561-584.

Weber, Christopher R., and Matthew Thornton. 2012. "Courting Christians: How Political Candidates Prime Religious Considerations in Campaign Ads." Journal of Politics 74 (2): 400-413.


Berringer, Andrea C.S. 2011. "Possible Framework for Climate Change IDP's: Disaster and Development Induced Displacement and Resettlement Models and their Integration." The International Journal of Climate Change: Impacts and Responses 2 (4):

Bratton, Kathleen A. and Stella M. Rouse. 2011. "Networks in the Legislative Arena: How Group Dynamics Affect Cosponsorship." Legislative Studies Quarterly 
36 (3): 423-460.

Davis, Belinda C., Younghee Lim and Michelle Livermore. 2011. "Tax Filing and Other Financial Behavior among EITC Recipients: Do Banked and Unbanked Households Differ?" Journal of Financial Counseling and Planning 22(2): 16-27.

Davis, Belinda C., Michelle Livermore & Younghee Lim. 2011. "The Extended Reach of Minority Political Power: The Interaction of Descriptive Representation, Managerial Networking, and Race." The Journal of Politics 73 (2): 494-507.

Dunaway, Johanna. 2011. “Institutional Influences on the Quality of Campaign News Coverage.” Journalism Studies 12 (1): 27-44.

Dunaway, Johanna, Kirby Goidel, Ashley Kirzinger, and Betina Wilkinson. 2011. "Rebuilding or Intruding? News Media Coverage and Public Opinion on Immigration in Louisiana." Social Science Quarterly 92 (4): 917-937. 

Dunaway, Johanna. 2011. "Causes and Consequences of Poll-Centered News Coverage in the Digital Age: An Exploratory Analysis." In By the People, For the People: the Meaning and Measurement of Public Opinion in a Digital Age, ed. Robert K. Goidel. Baton Rouge, LA: Louisiana State University Press.

Eubanks, Cecil, and David Gauthier. 2011. "The Politics of the Homeless Spirit: Heidegger and Levinas on Dwelling and Journey." Journal of the History of Political Thought 32 (1): 125-146.

Fowler, Matt, Wayne Parent, Pete Petrakis, Summer 2011. "The Old South in the 2008 Presidential Election." American Review of Politics 32: 83-103.

Garand, James C. and Micheal W. Giles."Ranking Scholarly Publishers in Political Science: An Alternative Approach." Political Science & Politics 44 (2): 375-383.

Gasiorowski, Mark. 2011. "U.S. Foreign Policy Toward Iran During the Mussadiq Era." In The Middle East and theUnited States: A Historical and Political Reassessment, ed. David Lesch and Mark L. Haas. Boulder: Westview Press.

Goidel, Kirby, Wayne Parent and Bob Mann, 2011. "Race, Racial Resentment, Attentiveness to the News Media, and Public Opinion
Toward the Jena Six." Social Science Quarterly92 (1): 20-34.

Johnson, Tyler, Johanna Dunaway, and Christopher Weber. 2011. "Consider the Source: Variations in the Effects of Negative Campaign Information." Journal of Integrated Social Sciences 2 (1): 98-127.

Mulcahy, Kevin. 2011. "The Cultural Policy of the Counter-Reformation: The Case of St. Peter's."International Journal of Cultural Policy 17 (2): 131-152.


Mulcahy, Kevin. 2011. "L'Analyse Comparative des Politiques Culturelles Infranationales." Loisir et Societe 33 (2).


Mulcahy, Kevin. 2011. "Coloniality and Cultural Policy." In International Relations, Culture and Global Finance: An Introduction, ed. Akis Kalaitzidis. Athens: Atiner Publications.


Ondercin, Heather, James Garand, and Lauren Crapanzano. 2011. "The Impact of the Political Campaign's Information Enviornment on the Gender Gap in Political Knowlegdge." Electoral Studies30 (4): 727-37.

Ondercin, Heather L., and Daniel Jones-White. 2011. "Gender Jeopardy: What is the Impact of Gender Differences in Political Knowledge on Political Participation?" Social Science Quarterly92 (3).

Parent, Wayne. 2011. "Evaluating V.O. Key and Advancing Our Understanding of Southern Politics." In Unlocking V.O. Key: Southern Politics for the Twenty-first Century. Little Rock:University of Arkansas Press.

Ray, Leonard. 2011. "Anti-Americanism and left-right ideology in France." French Politics 9 (3): 201-221.

Sandoz, Ellis. 2011. "The Philosopher's Vocation: The Voegelinian Paradigm." Review in Politics. 71 (1) (Feb. 2009); revised and published in Political Philosophy in the Twentieth Century: Authors and Arguments, ed. Catherine H. Zuckert. Cambridge University Press.

Savun, Burcu and Daniel C. Tirone. 2011. “Foreign Aid, Democratization and Civil Conflict: How Does Aid Affect Civil Conflict?” American Journal of PoliticalScience 55 (2): 233-246.

Weber, Christopher, Johanna Dunaway, Tyler Johnson. June 2011. "It's All in the Name: Source Cue Ambiguity and the Persuasive Appeal of Campaign Ads."
Political Behavior.


Clare, Joe. 2010. “Ideological Fractionalization and the International Conflict Behavior of Parliamentary Democracies.” International Studies Quarterly 54 (4): 965-987.

Clare, Joe, and Vesna Danilovic. 2010. “Multiple Audiences and Reputation Building in International Conflicts.” Journal of Conflict Resolution 54 (6): 860-882.

Danilovic, Vesna, and Joe Clare. 2010. “Deterrence and Crisis Bargaining.” in Robert A. Denemark (ed.) The International Studies Association Compendium Project, Blackwell Publishers. 

Clark, William A. 2010. “Boxing Russia: Executive-Legislative Powers and the Categorization of Russia’s Regime Type.” Demokratizatsiya. 19 (1): 5-22.

Dunaway, Johanna, Regina P. Branton, and Marisa Abrajano. 2010. “Agenda Setting, Public Opinion, and the Issue of Immigration Reform.” Social Science Quarterly 91(2):359-378.

Ping Xu and James Garand. 2010. “Economic Contexts and Americans’ Attitudes toward Income Inequality”, Social Science Quarterly, Vol.91(5), pp.1220-124.

Garand, James C. 2010. "Income Inequality, Party Polarization, and Roll-Call Voting in the U.S. Senate." The Journal of Politics 72 (4): 1109-1128.

Gaines, N. Susan and James C. Garand. “Morality, Locality, or Equality: Analyzing Determinants in Support for Same-Sex Marriage.” Political Research Quarterly (September 2010: 553-67).

Rouse, Stella, Betina Cutaia Wilkinson, and James C. Garand, “Divided Loyalties? Understanding Variation in Latinos’ Attitudes toward Immigration in the United States,” Social Science Quarterly (September 2010: 856-82).

Gasiorowski, Mark, David E. Long, Bernard Reich(eds.)2010. "Islamic Republic of Iran," in The Government and Politcs of the Middle East and North Africa, Sixth Edition Boulder: Westview Press

Gasiorowski, Mark, David E. Long, Bernard Reich (eds.) 2010. "Introduction: Middle Eastern and North African States in Comparative Perspective." The Government and Politics of the Middle EAst and North Africa, Sixth Edition. Boulder: Westview Press. Co-authored with David E. Long and Bernard Reich.

Gasiorowski, Mark. 2010. "The Middle East and Its Political Systems," in Karl Yambert, ed., The Contemporary Middle East: A Westview Reader, Second Edition. Co-authored with David E. Long and Bernard Reich. Boulder: Westview Press

Gasiorowski, Mark. 2010. "Islamic Republic of Iran: Political Dynamics and Foreign Policy," in Karl Yambert, ed. The Contemproary Middle East: A Westview Reader, Second Edition. Boulder: Westview Press

Kaitlyn L. Sill and Stacia L. Haynie. 2010. "Panel Assignment in Appellate Courts: Strategic Behaviour in the South African Supreme Court of Appeal." Politikon: The South African Journal Of Political Science. 37:269-286.

Stacie L. Haynie and Tao L. Dumas. 2010. "Doctoral Dissertation Research: The Ecology of Trial Courts and Outcomes in Civil Litigation." National Science Foundation.

Hogan, Robert E. 2010. "Candidate Gender and Voter Support in State Legislative Elections," Journal of Women, Politics, and Policy, Vol. 31, No. 1: 44-66.


Kim, Wonik. 2010. "Polanyi's Double Movement and Neoliberalization in Lorea and Japan."Social Movement Studies. 9 (4).


Kim Wonik. 2010. "Does Class Matter? Social Cleavages in South Korea's Electoral Politics in the Era of Neoliberalism." Review of Political Economy. 22 (4).


Kim, Wonik, and Jennifer Ghandhi. 2010. "Co-opting Workers under Dictatorship." The Journal of Politics 72 (3):646-658.


Kim, Wonik. 2010. "Unemployment Risks and the Origins of Unemployment Compensation."Studies in comparative International Development 45(1).


Kim, Wonik. 2010. "The Ratification of ILO Conventions and Unemployment Benefits: An Empirical Analysis." International Social Security Review 63(1).


Kim, Wonik. 2010. "Simultaneous Transitions: Democratization and Neoliberalization in South Korea." Review of Radical Political Economics 42(4).


Mulcahy, Kevin. 2010. "Identity, Independence, and Imperialism: The Case of Canadian-American Cultural Relations" in Monica Gattinger and Geoffrey hale (eds.), Borders and Bridges: Canada's Policy Relations in North America. (Ontario: Oxford University Press, 2010), pp. 248-266.

Mulcahy, Kevin. 2010. "The Book that Most Influenced my Study of Cultural Policy Research: A Review Essay." International Journal of Cultural policy Research (February 2010): 60-62.

Mulcahy, Kevin. 2010. Coloniality, Identity and Cultural Policy" in J.P. Singh (ed.) International Cultural Policies and Power (New York: Palgrave McMillan, 2010) pp. 155-165.

Walker, Stephen G. and Mark Schafer. 2010. "Operational Code Theory: Belifs and Foreign Policy Decisions." International Studies Compendium, Boston: Blackwell Publishing.


Sobek, David. 2010. "Ballots, Bargains, and Bombs: Terrorist Targeting of Spoiler Opportunities," with Alex Briathwaite and Dennis Foster. International Interactions36(3): 294-305.

Sobek, David. 2010. "Masters of their Domains: the Role of State Capacity in Civil Wars."Journal of Peace Research. 47(3): 267-273.

Sobek, David. 2010. "Three's Company: International War, Economic and Political Development," with Cameron Thies. International Studies Quarterly. 54(1): 267-287.

Sobek, David. 2010. "A Tale of Two Types: Rebel Goals and the Onset of Civil Wars," with Caroline Payne. International Studies Quarterly. 54(1): 213-240.

Stoner, James R. 2010. "Freedom, Virtue, and the Politics of Regulating Pornography." In James R. Stoner, Jr., and Donna M. Hughes, eds. 2010. The Social Costs of Pornography: A Collection of Papers. Princeton, NJ: The Witherspoon Institute. Pp. 165-184.

Sullivan, Jas M. and Jonathan Winburn. 2010. "Measuring the Effects of Black Identity on Legislative Decision-Making: An Exploratory Study." Journal of African American Studies.14:359-374.

Sullivan, Jas M. 2010. "Race, Identity, and Candidate Support: A Test of Implicit Preference." In Tasha S. Philpot, and Ismail K. White, eds. In African-American Political Psychology: Identity, Opinion, and Action in the Post-Civil Rights Era, eds. (New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan)

Sullivan, Jas M. and Meghan Sanders. 2010. "Category Inclusion and Exclusion in Perceptions of African Americans: Using the Stereotype Content Model to Examine Perceptions of Groups and Individuals."Race, Gender and Class.

Sullivan, Jas M. and Lisa Eargle and Ashraf Esmail. 2010. "Factors Influencing Students Attitudes, Behaviors, and Learning Outcomes in Statistics Course." In Glendolyn Duhon-Jeanlouis, Alice Duhon-McCullum, and Ashraf Esmail. eds., Making Math Learning Fun for Inner City School Students. University Press of America.

Bearce, David H. and Daniel C. Tirone. 2010. “Foreign Aid Effectiveness and the Strategic Goals of Donor Governments” Journal of Politics 72 (3): 837-851. 


Abouharb, M. Rodwan, and David Cingranelli. 2009. "IMF Programs and Human Rights, 1981-2003." Review of International Organizations4(1): 47-72.

Younghee Lim, Michelle Livermore, and Belinda Creel Davis. "Knowledge of the Earned Income Tax Credit and Financial Behaviors among Low- and Moderate Income Consumers." Journal of Consumer Education Vol. 26.

Clark, William. 2009. "The Presidential Transition in Russia, March 2008." Electoral Studies28(2): 342-345.

Branton, Regina P., and Johanna Dunaway. 2009. “Spatial Proximity to the US-Mexico Border and Local News Coverage of Immigration Issues.” Political Research Quarterly 62(2):289-302.

Branton, Regina P., and Johanna Dunaway. 2009. “Slanted Newspaper Coverage of Immigration: The Importance of Economics and Geography.” Policy Studies Journal 37(2): 257-27.

Garand James C., Michael W. Giles, Andre Blais, and Iain McLean. 2009. "Political Science Journals in Comparative Prospective: Evaluating Scholarly Journals in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom." PS: Political Science & Politics 42(4): 695-717.

Iain McLean, Andre' Blais, James C. Garand, and Micheal Giles. 2009. "Authors' Response to Reviews." Political Studies Review 88-92.

Iain McLean, Anddre' Blais, James C. Garand, and Micheal Giles. 2009. "Comparative Journal Rankings: A Survey Report." Political Studies Review 18-38.

Kim, Wonik. 2009. "Rethinking Colonialism and the Origins of the Developmental State in East Asia." Journal of Contemporary Asia. 39(3).

Moyer, Laura. 2009. “Competing Social Movements and Local Political Culture: Voting on Ballot Propositions to Ban Same-Sex Marriage.” Social Science Quarterly 90(1): 134-149. With Arnold Fleischmann.

Mulcahy, Kevin. 2009. "Coloniality, Identity and cultural Policy." chaper in International cultural Policies and Power page 185-195. J.P. Sigh, editor Palgrave Macillian

Mulcahy, Kevin. 2009. 'The American System of Cultural Partonage: Privatization ofr Darwinism '; (Vorsicht Kulturd Arwinismus' Die Grenzen Des Amerikanischen Ststems Der Kulturforderrung, 1990-2006.) chapter in Philanthropy in Germany and the United States: A Comparative Analysis. Thomas Adams and Christopher Mauch, editors. Steiner Press. Translated into German.

Nguyen, Kim N., and James C. Garand. 2009. "Partisan Strength and Nonpartisanship Among Asian Americans." American Politics Research Page 375-408.

Ondercin, Heather, and Susan Welch. 2009. Comparing Predictors of Women's Congressional Election Success Candidates, Primaries, and the General Election." American Politics Research.37(4):593-613.

Sandoz, Ellis. 2009. "The Philosopher's Vocation: The Voegelinian Paradigm," In The Review of Politics. 71(1): 54-67. 


Schafer, Mark., and Stephen G. Walker. 2009. "Democratic Leaders and the Democratic Peace: The Operational codes of tony Blair and BillClinton." International Security and Conflict, ed. Bruce Russett. Aldershot, England: Ashgate Publishing.


Scholl, Rosanna M. 2009. "Campaigns, Reflection, and Deliberation: Advancing an O-S-R-O-R Model of Communication Effects," In Communication Theory 19 (1): 66-88.

Stoner, James. 2009. “Who Has Authority over the Constitution of the United States?” In The Supreme Court and the Idea of Constitutionalism, eds. Steven Kautz, Arthur Melzer, Jerry Weinberger, and M. Richard Zinman. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Pp. 95-111, 270-72.

Hartman, T. and Chris Weber. 2009. "Who said what? The Effects of Source Cues in Issue Frames." Political Behavior. 30(4):537-558.

Xenos, M.A. and Becker, A.B. (2009). Moments of Zen: Effects of The Daily Show on Information Seeking and Political Learning. Political Communication, 26(3):317-332. 


Hogan, Robert, Branwell DuBose Kapeluck, Laurence W. Moreland, and Robert P. Steed. "A Paler Shade of Red: The 2008 Presidential Election in the South." (with Eunice H. McCarney, an LSU undergraduate student). The University of Arkansas Press.

Dunaway, Johanna. 2008. "Markets, Ownership, and the Quality of Campaign News Coverage," In Journal of Politics 70 (4): 1193-1202.

Foot, K. A., M. A. Xenos, S. M. Schneider, R. Kluver, and N. J. Jankowski. 2008. Revised version of “Comparing Web Production Practices Across Electoral Web Spheres.” In The Handbook of Internet Politics, eds. A. Chadwick, and P.N. Howard. New York: Routledge.

Hogan, Robert E. 2008. “Policy Responsiveness and Incumbent Re-election in State Legislatures.” In American Journal of Political Science 52 (4): 858-873.

Howes, Dustin. 2008. “Two Meanings of Violence.” In Ruminations on Violence, ed. Derek Pardue. Long Grove, IL: Waveland Press.


Mulcahy, Kevin. 2008. “Identity and Cultural Policy.” InUnderstanding the Arts and Creative Sector in the United States. Piscataway, NJ: Rutgers University Press. Pp. 197-212.


Stoner, James. 2008. “Magnanimity and Martyrdom: The Death and Life of Thomas More.” InMagnanimity and Statesmanship, ed. Carson Holloway. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. Pp. 133-43.


Xenos, M.A. and N. Kim. 2008. “New Mediated Deliberation: Blog and Press Coverage of the Alito Nomination.” Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 13 (2): 485-503.



Abouharb, M. Rodwan, and Anessa L. Kimball. 2007. “A New Dataset on Infant Mortality Rates, 1816-2002.” Journal of Peace Research 44(6): 743–754.

Barnello, Michelle and Kathleen A. Bratton. 2007. “Bridging the Gender Gap in Bill Sponsorship.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 32(3): 449-474.

Bratton, Kathleen A., Kerry L. Haynie, and Beth Reingold. 2007. “Agenda Setting and African American Women in State Legislatures.” In Women, Politics, and Public Policy.

Chen, Xi. 2007. “Between Resistance and Submissiveness: Protest Opportunism in China.” InGrassroots Political Reform in Contemporary China, eds. Elizabeth Perry and Merle Goldman. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Clare, Joe. 2007.“Democratization and International Conflict: The Impact of Institutional Legacies.” Journal of Peace Research 44 (3): 259-76.

Clare, Joe. 2007. “Domestic Audiences and Strategic Interests.” Journal of Politics 69 (3): 732-45.

Clare, Joe and Vesna Danilovic. 2007. “Global Power Transitions and Regional Interests.”International Interactions 33 (3): 289-304.

Clare, Joe,and Vesna Danilovic. 2007. “The Kantian Liberal Peace.” American Journal of Political Science 51 (2): 397-414.

Clark, William A., guest ed.2007.“Perspectives on Putin.” The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review 34 (1).

Clark, William A.,andNatasha Bingham. 2007. “Really Existing Putinism.” The Soviet and Post-Soviet Review 34 (1): 9-32 .

Foot, K. A., S. M. Schneider, R. Kluver, M. A. Xenos, and N.J. Jankowski. 2007. “Comparing Web Production Practices Across Electoral Web Spheres.” In The Internet and National Elections: A Comparative Study of Web Campaigning, eds. R.K. Kluver, A. Foot, N.J. Jankowski, and S.M. Schneider. London: Routledge.

Gasiorowski, Mark. 2007. “Iran.” In The Middle East, 11th Edition. Washington, D.C.: Congressional Quarterly.

Gasiorowski, Mark. 2007. “Islamic Republic of Iran.” In The Government and Politics of the Middle East and North Africa, Fifth Edition, eds. David E. Long, Bernard Reich, and Mark Gasiorowski. Boulder: Westview Press.

Gasiorowski, Mark. 2007. “The New Aggressiveness in Iran’s Foreign Policy.” Middle East Policy14 (2): 125-132.

Gasiorowski, Mark. 2007. “U.S. Foreign Policy Toward Iran During the Mussadiq Era.” In The Middle East and the United States: A Historical and Political Reassessment, Fourth Edition,ed.David Lesch. Boulder: Westview Press. Pp. 51-65. 

Giles, Micheal W. and James C. Garand. 2007. “Ranking Political Science Journals: Reputational and Citational Approaches.” PS: Political Science and Politics 40 (4): 741-751. 

Haynie, Stacia L.,and Kaitlyn L. Sill. 2007. “Experienced Advocates and Litigation Outcomes: Repeat Players in the South African Supreme Court of Appeal.” Political Research Quarterly 60 (3): 443-453.

Hogan, Robert E. 2007. “The Effects of Candidate Gender on Campaign Spending in State Legislative Elections.” Social Science Quarterly 88 (5): 1092-1105.

Howes, Dustin. 2007. “Political Theory,” “Thomas Hobbes.” In International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd Edition. New York: Macmillan.

Kim, Wonik. 2007. “Enfranchisement and the Welfare State.” Journal of Socio-Economics37 (4): 1660-1678.

Kim, Wonik. 2007. “Neoliberalization and Possibilities for Class Compromise in South Korea.” In The Home Fronts of Globalization, ed. Ingo Schmidt. Hamburg: VSA.

Kim, Wonik. 2007. “Social Insurance Expansion and Political Regime Dynamics.” Social Science Quarterly 88 (2): 494-514.

Kim, Wonik. 2007. “Social Risk and Social Insurance.” In Rationality and Society 19 (2): 229-254.

Lawrence, Regina, and W. Lance Bennett. 2007. “Press Freedom and Democratic Accountability in a Time of War, Commercialism, and the Internet.” In Politics of the News: The News of Politics, ed. Doris A. Graber. Washington, D.C.: CQ Press.

Moyer, Laura, and Todd A. Collins. 2007. “Gender, Race, and Intersectionality on the Federal Appellate Bench.” Political Research Quarterly 61 (2): 219-227. 

Ondercin, Heather, andJeffery Bernstein. 2007. “Gender Gaps in Senate Elections, 1988-2000: The Impact of Campaign Level and State-Level Factors.” Politics and Gender 3 (1): 33-53.

Power, Timothy, and James C. Garand. 2007. “Determinants of Invalid Voting in Latin America.”Electoral Studies 26 (2): 432-444. 

Ray, Leonard, and Gregory Johnston. 2007. “European Anti-Americanism and Choices for a European Defense Policy.” PS: Political Science and Politics 40 (1): 85-91.

Ray, Leonard. 2007. “Validity of Measured Party Positions on European Integration: Assumptions, Approaches, and a Comparison of Alternative Measures.” Electoral Studies 26: 11-22.

Scholl, R.M., D.V. Shah, J. Cho, S. Nah, M. R. Gotlieb, H. Hwang, N. J. Lee, D. M. McLeod. 2007. “Campaign Ads, Online Messaging, and Participation: Extending the Communication Mediation Model.” Journal of Communication 57 (4): 676-703.

Sobek, David, Michael Bernhard and Christopher Reenock. 2007. “Basic Needs Satisfaction and Democratic Survival: A Cross National Analysis 1961- 1995.” International Studies Quarterly 51 (3): 677-699.

Sobek, David. 2007. “Rally Around the Podesta: Testing Diversionary Theory Across Time.”Journal of Peace Research 44(1): 29-45.


Stoner, James. 2007. “Natural Law, Common Law, and the Constitution.” In Common Law Theory, ed. Douglas E. Edlin. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Pp. 171-184.


Sullivan, Jas M., and Esmail, Ashraf. 2007. “Black Social & Political Activism: An Exploratory Study.” Race, Class, Gender 14 (1-2): 281-298.

Thies, Cameron G., and Schuyler Porche. 2007. “Crawfish Tails: A Curious Tale of Foreign Trade Policy Making.” Foreign Policy Analysis. 3 (2): 171-187.

Thies, Cameron G., and Schuyler Porche. 2007. “The Political Economy of Agricultural Protection.” Journal of Politics 69 (1): 116-127.

Weber, Christopher, and Christopher Federico. 2007. “Interpersonal Attachment and Patterns of Ideological Belief.” Political Psychology 28 (4): 389-416.

Xenos, M.A., and P. Moy. 2007. “Direct and Differential Effects of the Internet on Political and Civic Engagement.” Journal of Communication 57 (4): 704-718.

Xenos, M. A., and W. L. Bennett. 2007. “The Disconnection in Online Politics: The Youth Political Web Sphere and U.S. Election Sites, 2002-2004.” Information, Communication and Society 10(4): 443-464. 

Xenos, M. A., and K. Foot. 2007. “Not Your Father’s Internet: The Generation Gap in Online Politics.” In Civic Life Online: Learning How Digital Media Can Engage Youth, ed. L. Bennett. Boston: MIT Press. Pp. 51-70.

Xenos, M. A., and W. L. Bennett. 2007. “Young Voters and the Web of Politics: The Promise and Problems of Youth-Oriented Political Content on the Web.” In Young Citizens in the Digital Age: Political Engagement, Young People, and New Media, ed. Brian Loader. London: Routledge. Pp. 48-67.


Abouharb, M. Rodwan, and David Cingranelli. 2006. “The Human Rights Effects of World Bank Structural Adjustment Lending, 1981-2000.” International Studies Quarterly 50 (2): 233-262.

Bratton, Kathleen A. 2006. “The Behavior and Success of Latino Legislators: Evidence from the States.” Social Science Quarterly 87 (1): 1136-1157.

Clark, William. 2006. “Communist Devolution: The Electoral Decline of the KPRF.” Problems of Communism 53 (1): 15-25.

Gaines, N. Susan, andGary L. Gregg II. 2006. “George W. Bush.” In American Conservatism: An Encyclopedia, eds. Bruce Frohnen, Jeremy Beer, and Jeffrey O. Nelson. Wilmington, DE: ISI Books.

Garand, James C.,andKelly M. Burke. 2006. “Legislative Activity and the 1994 Republican Takeover: Exploring Changing Patterns of Sponsorship and Co-sponsorship in the U.S. House.”American Politics Research 34 (2): 159-188. 

Gasiorowski, Mark, and Zaheer Poptani. 2006. “The Macroeconomic Consequences of Democratic Transition: Learning Processes in the Third and Fourth Waves of Democratization.”Studies in Comparative International Development 41(2): 33-61. 

Kim, Wonik. 2006. “Institutional Origins of Unemployment Compensation: An Empirical Analysis of the Developing World, 1946-2000.” Business and Politics 8 (1): 1142.

Kim, Wonik. 2006. “Mao and the Economic Stalinization of China, 1948-1953, by Hua-yu Li.”Perspectives on Politics 4 (4): 792-793.

Lawrence, Regina, W. Lance Bennett, and Steven Livingston. 2006. “None Dare Call it Torture: Indexing and the Limits of Press Independence in the AbuGhraib Scandal.” Journal of Communication 56 (3): 467-485. 

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