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Constructing Human Trafficking: Evangelicals, Feminists, and an Unexpected Alliance. Palgrave, 2019.
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Walter, Annemarie S., and David P. Redlawsk. 2019. Voters' Partisan Responses to Politicians' Immoral Behavior. Political Psychology.
“The Making of the Neoliberal Subject,” Political Theory 47:2 (2019).
Alice D. Ba. 2018. "Governing the Safety and Security of the Malacca Strait: The Nippon Foundation Between States and Industry." Journal of Contemporary Asia 48(2): 252-277.
Bagozzi, Benjamin E. and Daniel Berliner. 2018. "The Politics of Scrutiny in Human Rights Monitoring: Evidence from Structural Topic Models of U.S. State Department Human Rights Reports." Political Science Research and Methods. 6(4): 662-677.
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“The Political Party System as a Public Forum: The Incoherence of Parties as Expressive Associations and a Proposed Correction” University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform, vol. 52, no. 2 (2018)
“The Challenges of Upward Regulatory Harmonization: The Case of Sustainability Reporting in the EU” Regulation & Governance. (with Daniel Kinderman).
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“Corporations and global standards on corporate social
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"Nuclear War and the Rivalry Phase of the Modern World-System," Journal of World-Systems Research. 24(2) (Summer/Fall2018), pp. 348-71.
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"World-Systems Analysis after 45 Years," European Workshops on International Studies, Groningen, June 2018.
“Walker Connor’s Political Psychology,” Nations and Nationalism 24, Part 3 (July 2018), pp. 519-528.
“Public Opinion and the End of Apartheid,” with Julio Carrion, International Area Studies Review 21, no. 2 (published online Feb. 2018), pp. 1-17.
"Five American Perspectives on Islam: An Analytical Report" published by Center for Global Policy, Washington DC, 2018.
Oskooii, K., Dreier, S., and Collingwood, L. 2018. “Partisan Attitudes toward Sanctuary Cities: The Asymmetrical Effects of Political Knowledge.” Politics and Policy, 46 (6): 951-984.
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Oskooii, K. and Dana, K., 2018. “Muslims in Great Britain: The Impact of Mosque Attendance on Political Behaviour and Civic Engagement.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 44(9): 1479-1505.
“What is Populism? And Who is the Populist? A State of the Field Review (2008-2018)” (co-authored with Jean-Paul Gagnon, Emily Beausoleil, Cleve Arguelles, Pierrick Chalaye, and Callum N. Johnston), Democratic Theory 5:2 (2018).
“Cybernetic Freedom: David Easton, Systems Thinking, and the Search for Dynamic Stability,” American Political Thought 7:4 (2018).
“The Cold War Origins of the ‘Crisis of Democracy,’” Democratic Theory 5:1 (2018).
“Reading World Society Phenomenologically: An Illustration Drawing upon the Cultural Heritage of Humankind,” International Politics, Vol. 55(1), January 2018: pp. 26-40
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Alice D. Ba and Mark Beeson, eds. Contemporary Southeast Asia: Politics of Change,Contestation, and Adaptation. Palgrave, 2017.
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Alice D. Ba, "ASEAN and the Changing Regional Order: The ARF, ADMM, and ADMM-Plus," in Building ASEAN Community: Political-Security and Socio-Cultural Reflections (ASEAN@50, volume 4), Aileen Baviera and Larry Maranis, eds. (Jakarta: Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia, 2017), pp. 146-157.
Alice D. Ba, "In Pursuit of an Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank: The Politics and Geopolitics of a Chinese Bank" in Regional Institutions, Geopolitics and Economics in the Asia-Pacific: Evolving Interests and Strategies, Steven B. Rothman, Utpal Vyas, Yoichiro Sato, eds. (Routledge, 2017), pp. 27-45.
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Kyle Mattes, David P. Redlawsk,Ira J. Roseman,
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David P. Redlawsk. Natasha Altema McNeely, and Caroline J. Tolbert. 2017.
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David P. Redlawsk and Douglas Pierce. 2017. Emotions and Voting. In Kai
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Cengiz Erisen, David P. Redlawsk, and Elif Erisen. 2017. Complex Thinking as a Result of Incongruent Information Exposure. American Politics Research.
David P. Redlawsk, Douglas R. Pierce and William Cohen. 2017. Social Influences on Online Political Information Search and Evaluation. Political Behavior. DOI: 10.1007/s11109-016-9374-4.
Kara Ellerby. Forthcoming August 2017. No Shortcut to Change: The Unlikely Path to a More Gender Equitable World with New York University Press.
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Alice D. Ba, Cheng-Chwee Kuik,
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Alice D. Ba, "The South China Sea: Primary Contradictions in China-ASEAN Relations," in The South China Sea Dispute: Navigating Diplomatic and Strategic Tensions, ed., Ian Storey Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies 2016.
Alice D. Ba and Ian J. Storey, "Continuity and Change in the South China Sea," in Trần Trường Thủy and C. John Jenner (eds.), The South China Sea: A Crucible of Regional Cooperation or Conflict-making Sovereignty Claims?
Benjamin E. Bagozzi and Zack W. Almquist, "The Spatial Properties of Radical Environmental Organizations in the UK: Do or Die!"PLoS ONE. 11(11):e0166609.
Benjamin E. Bagozzi. "On Malaria and the Duration of Civil War." Journal of Conflict Resolution. 60(5) 813-839. 2016.
Benjamin E. Bagozzi. "The Baseline Inflated Multinomial Logit for International Relations Research." Conflict Management and Peace Science. 33(2): 174-197. 2016.
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Wayne Batchis. The Right’s First Amendment: The Politics of Free Speech & the Return of Conservative Libertarianism Stanford University Press (2016)
Wayne Batchis. "Local Governments and the Law" in The CQ Press Guide Gender and the Judiciary in Africa: From Obscurity to Parity? to Urban Politics and Policy in the United States Ed. Christine Kelleher Palus, Richardson Dilworth (2016)
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Julio F. Carrión and Lauren M. Balasco, “The Fearful Citizen: Crime and Support for Democracy in Latin America”. Revista
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Theodore J. Davis. "Good Governance as a Foundation for Sustainable Human Development in Sub-Saharan Africa" Third World Quarterly, Fall 2016, pages 1-16 DOI:10.1177/0013124516633503
Theodore J. Davis. "The Politics of Race and Educational Disparities in Delaware's Public Schools" in Education and Urban Society, June 2016. DOI: 10.1177/0013124516633503
Robert A. Denemark, "The Irish and the Vikings on the Edge of Central Civilization" in Systemic Boundaries: Time Mapping Globalization since the Bronze Age. Christopher Chase-Dunn and Hiroko Inoue (eds.) New York: Springer. Forthcoming.
Robert A. Denemark and Barry K. Gills, "Maailmanjärjestelmahistorian vaihtoehto," ("The World System History Alternative"), in Kehityksen Tutkimus: Johdatus Perusteisiin (Introduction to the Study of Development), J. Koponen, J. Lanki, M. Sato, and A. Kervinen eds. Helsinki: Gaudeamus Helsinki University Press, pp. 118-20, 2016.
Kara Ellerby. "A Seat at the Table Is Not Enough: Understanding Women's Inclusion in Peace Processes." Peacebuilding 4(2): 136-150. 2016.
Philip E. Jones. "Constituents' Responses to Descriptive and Substantive Representation in Congress." Social Science Quarterly 2016
Philip E. Jones, P. R. Brewer & D. G. Young. "The effects of traditional news, partisan talk, and political satire programs on perceptions of presidential candidate viability and electability." Atlantic Journal of Communication 2016.
Muqtedar Khan. "Jihad and Political Change: A Perspective based on Quranic Sources", in Linda Whetstone (Ed.), Principles of Free Society in Islam (London: Institute of Economic Affairs, 2016).
Daniel Kinderman, "Challenging Varieties of Capitalism's Account of Business Interests: Neo-Liberal Think-Tanks, Discourse as a Power Resource and Employers' Quest for Liberalization in Germany and Sweden" Socio-Economic Review (forthcoming)
Daniel Kinderman, "Time for a reality check: Is business willing to support a smart mix of complementary regulation in private governance" Policy and Society, 2016.
Kassra A. R. Oskooii. "eiComapre: Comparing ecological inference estimates across EI and EI: Rx," The R Journal. [Forthcoming]. w/ Loren Collingwood, Matt Barreto & Sergio Garcia-Rios, 2016.
Kassra A. R. Oskooii. "How Discrimination Impacts Sociopolitical Behavior: A Multi-Dimensional Perspective," Political Psychology, 37: 613-640. doi: 10.1111/pops.12279. 2016.
David P. Redlawsk, Milton Heumann, Al Friedes, Lance Cassak, and Aniket Kesari. "Public Perceptions of Whistleblowers," Public Integrity 18:1, 2016.
David P. Redlawsk, Richard R. Lau, David J. Andersen, Tessa M. Ditonto, and Mona S. Kleinberg. "Effect of media environment, diversity, and advertising tone on information search, Selective exposure, and affective polarization," Political Behavior, 2016.
Matthew Weinert. "Regional Multilateralism and the Reconfiguration of International Society: A View from the English School," in Seeking Order in Anarchy: Multilateralism as State Strategy, Robert W. Murray, ed. (Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2016)
Matthew Weinert. "Recognition of, and in, World Society," in Recognition and Global Politics: Critical Encounters Between State and World, Patrick Hayden and Kate Schick, eds. (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2016)
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