Department of Political Science

Recent Faculty Research

Dr. Dewey Clayton and Sean Welch; “Post-racial America and the Presidency of Barack Obama,”Endarch:  Journal of Black Political Research (2016)  

Dr. Melissa Merry; "Making Friends and Enemies on Social Media: The Case of Gun Policy Organizations."Emerald Insight (2016)

Dr. Jason Gainous, Kevin M. Wagner, and Dr. Tricia J. Gray; “Internet Freedom and Social Media Effects: Democracy and Citizen Attitudes in Latin America.”Online Information Review 40 (5): 712-738. (2016)

Dr. Jason Gainous, and Allison M. Martens;  “Civic Education: Do Liberals do it Better?”Journal of Political Ideologies 21 (3): 261-279. (2016)

Dr. Charles E. Ziegler; "Bringing Order Out of Chaos: Russia's Aspirations to Greatness,"Asia Policy, (2016)

Dr. Charles E. Ziegler; "Contesting the Responsibility to Protect,"International Studies Perspectives, (2016)

Dr. Jasmine Farrier; Judicial Restraint and the New War PowersPresidential Studies Quarterly 46(2): 387-410 (2016)

Dr. Rodger A. Payne;  Laughing off a Zombie Apocalypse: The Value of Comedic and Satirical Narratives. International Studies Perspectives, (2016)

Dr. Laura Moyer; "Diversity Matters;Judicial Policy in the US Court of Appeals."University of Virginia Press, (2015)


Political Science In The Media

Dr. Jason Gainous on WHAS 11 TV Great Day Live

UofL expert says don't rush to react to election results.

Dr. Jasmine Farrier in the Washington Post

Democrats are now basically extinct in the south.

Dr. Jason Gainous on Radio West Podcast

Transcending Partisanship

Dr. Jason Gainous interviewed by WLKY TV

Why polls incorrectly predicted 2016 Presidential Election

Dr. Jason Abbott; Observers watch for ripple effect in U.S., Kentucky after United Kingdom's decision to split from European Union

cN2 Pure Politics

Dr. Jason Gainous talks to WAVE 3 TV about how social media is changing elections

How social media is changing your political views.

Dr. Sherri Wallace was published in the London School of Economics USA Public Policy Blog

College textbooks often present a biased interpretation of affirmative action policies.

Dr. Laura Moyer was published in the Washington Post's Monkey Cage Blog

The Supreme Court's Abortion Decision

Dr. Melissa Merry's post about "Gun Politics and Social Media"

London School of Economics American Politics and Policy Blog

Political Science

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