Research Articles

Faculty

Jeffrey J. Harden, Justin H. Kirkland, and Patrick E. Shea. 2020. “Legislative Transparency and Credit Risk.” Forthcoming, Legislative Studies Quarterly

Jonathan Kropko and Jeffrey J. Harden. 2020. “Beyond the Hazard Ratio: Generating Expected Durations from the Cox Proportional Hazards Model.” British Journal of Political Science 50 (1): 303--320.

Melissa Harden and Jeffrey J. Harden. 2020. “Embedding the New Information Literacy Framework in Undergraduate Political Science Courses.” PS: Political Science & Politics

David E. Campbell and Christina Wolbrecht. 2019. "The Resistance as Role Model: Disillusionment and Protest Among American Adolescents After 2016.Political Behavior 

David E. CampbellGeoffrey C. Layman, John C. Green, and Nathanael G. Sumaktoyo. 2018. "Putting Politics First: The Impact of Politics on American Religious and Secular Orientations." American Journal of Political Science 

Luis Ricardo Fraga and Bryan Wilcox-Archuleta. 2018. "Comparative social rights: status and integration in the US." China Population and Development Studies 

Michael Jones-Correa, Hajer Al-Faham, and David Cortez. 2018. "Political (Mis)behavior: Attention and Lacunae in the Study of Latino Politics." Annual Review of Sociology 

Kerem Ozan Kalkan, Geoffrey C. Layman, and John C. Green. 2018. "Will Americans Vote for Muslims? Cultural Outgroup Antipathy, Candidate Religion, and U.S. Voting Behavior." Politics and Religion 

Christina Ladam, Jeffrey J. Harden, and Jason H. Windett. 2018. "Prominent Role Models: High‐Profile Female Politicians and the Emergence of Women as Candidates for Public Office." American Journal of Political Science 

Ricardo Ramirez, Romelia Solano, and Bryan Wilcox-Archuleta. 2018. "Selective Recruitment or Voter Neglect? Race, Place, and Voter Mobilization in 2016." Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics ​​​​

David C. Wilson and Darren W. Davis. 2018. "Appraisals of President Obama's economic performance: Racial resentment and attributional responsibilty." Electoral Studies 

David C. Wilson and Darren W. Davis. 2018. "The Racial Double Standard: Attributing Racial Motivations in Voting Behavior." Public Opinion Quarterly 

Graduate Students

Maryann Kwakwa and Andrea C. Peña-Vasquez. 2019. "A neighbor like me: the effect of fractionalization on subjective well-being." Politics, Groups, and Identities 

Ricardo Ramirez, Romelia Solano, and Bryan Wilcox-Archuleta. 2018. "Selective Recruitment or Voter Neglect? Race, Place, and Voter Mobilization in 2016." Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Politics ​​​​