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Our faculty are active scholars in rhetoric, political science, and other areas related to democracy.

Books

Beem, Christopher. Democratic Humility: Reinhold Niebuhr, Neuroscience, and America's Political Crisis (Lexington Books, 2015).

Beem, Christopher. Welfare Reform and Political Theory, edited with Lawrence M. Mead, (Russell Sage Foundation Press, 2005).

Beem, Christopher. Unfinished Work: Democracy and Equality in a World of Working Familiesedited with S. Jody Heymann, (The New Press, 2005).

Berkman, Michael and Plutzer, Eric. Evolution, Creationism, and the Battle to Control America's Classrooms (Cambridge University Press, 2010).

Berkman, Michael and Plutzer, Eric. Ten Thousand Democracies: Politics and Public Opinion in America's School Districts (Georgetown University Press, 2005).

Berkman, Michael and Plutzer, Eric. Evolution, Creationism, and the Battle to Control America's Classrooms (Cambridge University Press, 2010).

Vivian, Bradford. Commonplace Witnessing: Rhetorical Invention, Historical Remembrance, and Public Culture (Oxford University Press, 2017).

Anne Teresa Demo and Bradford Vivian, eds. Rhetoric, Remembrance, and Visual Form: Sighting Memory (New York: Routledge, 2012.) 

Vivian, Bradford. Public Forgetting: The Rhetoric and Politics of Beginning Again. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2010.

Articles: Elections and Participation

Driscoll, Amanda, and Michael Nelson. 2014. "Ignorance or Opposition?: Blank and Spoiled Votes in Low-Information, Highly Politicized -Environments." Political Research Quarterly 67(3): 547-561

Driscoll, Amanda, and Michael Nelson. 2013. "The Political Origins of Judicial Elections: Evidence from the United States and Bolivia." Judicature 96(4): 151-160

Nelson, Michael, Rachel Pain Caufield, and Andrew D. Martin. 2013. "OH, MI: On Empirical Examinations of Judicial Elections." State Politics & Policy Quarterly 13(4):495-511.

Articles: State and Local Politics

Berkman, Michael, and Eric Plutzer 2015. "Enablers of Doubt How Future Teachers Learn to Negotiate the Evolution Wars in Their Classrooms." The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 658(1): 253-270.

Berkman, Michael, and Eric Plutzer. 2011. "Local Autonomy vs. State Constraints: Balancing Evolution and Creationism in U.S. High Schools." Publius: The Journal of Federalism 41(4): 610-635

Nelson, Michael. 2011. "Uncontested and Unaccountable? Rates of Contestation in Trial Court Elections." Judicature 94(5):208-217

Berkman, Michael, and Eric Plutzer. 2010. "Defeating Creationism in the Courtroom, But Not in the Classroom"Science 331: 404-405.

Berkman, Michael, and Eric Plutzer. 2010. Evolution, Creationism, and the Battle for Control of America's Classrooms. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

Gray, Virginia, David Lowery, James Monogan, and Erik Godwin. 2010. "Incrementing Toward Nowhere: Universal Health Care Coverage in the States." Publius: The Journal of Federalism40(1): 82-113

Articles: Media and Public Opinion

Major, Mark. 2015. "Conservative Consciousness and the Press: The Institutional Contribution to the Idea of the 'Liberal Media' in Right-Wing Discourse." Critical Sociology 41(3): 483-491

Major, Mark. 2014. The Unilateral Presidency and the News Media: The Politics of Framing Executive Power. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Nelson, Michael. 2014. "Representative Justice? Public Opinion and the Criminal Justice System." Journal of Law and Courts 2(1): 117-152.

Ferguson, Grant, Paul Kellstedt, and Suzanna Linn. 2013. "How Does the Economy Shape Policy Preferences?" Electoral Studies 32(3):544-550.

Plutzer, Eric. 2013. "The Racial Gap in Confidence in Science Explanations and Implications." Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 33(5-6): 146-157.

Major, Mark. 2012. "Objective but Not Impartial: Human Events, Barry Goldwater, and the Development of the 'Liberal Media' in the Conservative Counter-Sphere." New Political Science: A Journal of Politics and Culture 34(4).

Articles: Social Movements and Group Mobilization

Hojnacki, Marie, Kathleen Marchetti, Frank Baumgartner, Jeffrey Berry, David Kimball, and Beth Leech. 2015. "Assessing Business Advantage in Washington Lobbying." Interest Groups and Advocacy .

Lowery, David, Virginia Gray, and John Cluverius. 2015. "Temporal Change in the Density of State Interest Communities, 1980-2007" State Politics & Policy Quarterly 15(2): 263-286

Baumgartner, Frank, Jeffrey Berry, Marie Hojnacki, David Kimball, and Beth Leech. 2014. "Money, Priorities, and Stalemate: How Lobbying Affects Public Policy." Election Law Journal: Rules, Politics, and Policy 13(1): 194-209.

Hojnacki, Marie, David Kimball, Frank Baumgartner, Jeffrey Berry, and Beth Leech. 2012. "Studying Organizational Advocacy and Influence: Reexamining Interest Group Research." Annual Review of Political Science 15: 379-399

Kimball, David, Frank Baumgartner, Jeffrey Berry, Marie Hojnacki, Beth Leech, and Bryce Summary. 2012. "Who Cares About the Lobbying Agenda?" Interest Groups & Advocacy 1: 15-25

Benz, Jennifer, Justin Kirkland, Virginia Gray, David Lowery, Jennifery Sykes, and Mary Deason. 2011. "Mediated Density: The Indirect Relationship Between U.S. State Public Policy and PACS" State Politics & Policy Quarterly 11(4): 440-459.

Baumgartner, Frank, Jeffrey Berry, Marie Hojnacki, David Kimball, and Beth Leech. 2009. Lobbying and Policy Change: Who Wins, Who Loses, and Why. Chicago: University of Chicago Press

Banaszak, Lee Ann, and S. Laurel Weldon. 2011. "Informal Institutions, Protest, and Change in Gendered Federal Systems." Gender & Politics 7(2): 262-273.

Banaszak, Lee Ann. 2010. The Women's Movement Inside and Outside the State. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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