Recent Faculty Publications

  • Foote, Paul D. and James Clinger "The First Amendment and the Off-Duty Conduct of Public Employees: Tradeoffs between Civil Liberties, Agency Mission, and Public Trust," forthcoming in Public Integrity
  • Hendley, Alexandra. Forthcoming. "Passion on the Plate: A Critical Reflection on Career Change and Personal Cheffing." Food & Foodways.
  • Kang, Choong-Nam. 2017. "Capability Revisited: Ally's Capability and Dispute Initiation." Conflict Management and Peace Science. 34(5): 546-571. 
  • Arce, Moises, Rebecca Miller, Christopher F. Patane, and Marc S. Polizzi. 2017. "Resource Wealth, Democracy, and Mobilisation." Journal of Development Studies. 1-19. 
  • Alkhatib, Ihsan. 2016. "The Sunni Tragedy in the Middle East." Journal of Church and State. (Book Review). 
  • Murdie, Amanda and Marc S. Polizzi. 2016. "Human Rights and Transnational Advocacy Networks." In The Oxford Handbook of Political Networks, eds, Jennifer Nicoll Victor, Alexander H. Montgomery, and Mark Lubell. Oxford University Press.
  • Hendley, Alexandra. 2016. "The Culinary 'Food Chain': Private and Personal Chefs Negotiate Identity and Status in the Culinary Profession." Pp. 219-241 in Advances in Gender Research. Vol. 22, Gender and Food: From Production to Consumption and After, edited by V. Demos and M. Texler Segal. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
  • Hendley, Alexandra. 2016. "Seeking Self-Verification: Motives for Private and Personal Chefs' Boundary Work." Cultural Sociology 10(4):466-482.
  • Seib, Drew. 2016. “Coping with Lengthy Ballots.” Electoral Studies.
  • Callanan, Valerie J. and Jared S. Rosenberger. 2016. “Media, Race, and Cultivation.” Forthcoming in Christopher Campbell (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Race and Media.
  • Nititham, Diane S. 2016. Making Home in Diasporic Communities. Abingdon: Routledge
  • Rosenberger, Jared S. 2016. “Television Consumption and Institutional Anomie Theory.” Forthcoming in Sociological Focus.
  • Lyons, Jeffrey, Anand Sokhey, Scott McClurg, and Drew Seib. 2016. “Personality, Interpersonal Disagreement, and Electoral Information.” forthcoming in Journal of Politics.
  • Kang, Choong-Nam. 2016. “Capability Revisited: Ally’s Capability and Dispute Initiation.” Conflict Management and Peace Science. Published online before print October 14, 2015, doi: 0.1177/0738894215604966.
  • Foote, Paul D. 2016. "Balancing the Ideological Scales: Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., and Moderation on the U.S. Supreme Court." New England Journal of Political Science 9(1): 74-106.
  • Foote, Paul D. and Leann Lacy. 2015. “Sixty Years after Brown v. Board of Education: The Role that Moderate Justices’ Played on the Warren Court in Closely Divided and Salient Cases.” Midsouth Political Science Review 16: 45-72.
  • Hendley, Alexandra and Maria Charles. 2015. "Gender Segregation in Higher Education." Pp. 1-11 in Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, edited by R.A. Scott and S.M. Kosslyn. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
  • Callanan, Valerie J. and Jared S. Rosenberger. 2015. “Media, Gender, and Fear of Crime.” Criminal Justice Review, 40(3): 322-339.
  • O'Sullivan, Sara., Léan McMahon, Gemma Moore, Diane S. Nititham, Amanda Slevin, Christina Kelly and Lisa Wixted. 2014. “‘I Did Not Miss Any, Only When I Had a Valid Reason’: Accounting for Absences from Sociology Classes." Teaching Sociology OnlineFirst, pp. 1-11
  • Nititham, Diane S. and Rebecca Boyd, eds. 2014. Heritage, Diaspora and the Consumption of Culture: Movements in Irish Landscapes. Farnham: Ashgate
  • Nititham, Diane S. 2014. “‘We Cannot Gather without Eating’: Food, Authenticity and Socialisation for Filipinos in Ireland.” in Diaspora and the Consumption of Culture: Movements in Irish Landscapes, eds. Diane S. Nititham and Rebecca Boyd, Farnham: Ashgate
  • Nititham, Diane S. 2014. ‘‘It’s Still Home Home’: Notions of the Homeland for Filipina Dependent Students in Ireland" in Transnational Migration and Asia: The Question of Return ed Michiel Bass, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press
  • Charles, Maria, Bridget Harr, Erin Cech, and Alexandra Hendley. 2014. "Who Likes Math Where? Gender Differences in Eighth-Graders' Attitudes around the World." International Studies in Sociology of Education 24(1): 85-112. 
  • Rose, Winfield H. 2013. "The Theological, Philosophical, and Historical Foundations of the American Polity." In The Problem of Political Theory as a Social Science, ed. Aaron D. Hoffman.
  • Kang, Choong-Nam and Doug Gibler. 2013. “An Assessment of the Validity of Empirical Measures of State Satisfaction with the Systemic Status Quo.” European Journal of International Relations 19(4): 695-719.
  • Vasquez, John A. and Choong-Nam Kang. 2013. “How and Why the Cold War Became a Long Peace.” Cooperation and Conflict 48(1): 28-50.
    * Selected for Cooperation and Conflict (Nordic Peace Research in International Relations) 50th Anniversary Online Collection
  • Sample, Susan, Brandon Valeriano, and Choong-Nam Kang. 2013. “The Societal Determinants and Impact of Military Spending Patterns.” Political and Military Sociology: An Annual Review 41: 109-135.
  • Foote, Paul D. 2012. "The Role of Precedent and Case Salience on Judicial Decision-Making: Is Justice Anthony Kennedy a moderate or a staunch conservative on the U.S. Supreme Court?" Journal of Political Science 40: 5-37.
  • Hendley, Alexandra and Denise D. Bielby. 2012. “Freedom between the Lines: Clothing Behavior and Identity Work among Young Female Soccer Players.” Sport, Education and Society 17(4): 515-533. 
  • Callanan, Valerie J. and Jared S. Rosenberger. 2011. “Media and Public Perceptions of the Police: Examining the Impact of Race and Personal Experience.” Policing and Society, 21(2): 167-189.
  • Rosenberger, Jared S. and Valerie J. Callanan. 2011. “The Influence of Media on Penal Attitudes.” Criminal Justice Review, 36(4): 435-455.