Graduate Student Publications

Section 1

Graduate Student Publications

Solo publications/publications with other graduate students

Uhall, Michael. Creaturely Conditions: Acknowledgment and Animality in Kafka, Cavell, and Uexkull.
Configurations 24, 1 (Winter): 1-24.


Powers, Matthew, Bryce W. Reeder, and Ashly Adam Townsen. 2015. Hot Spot Peacekeeping. International Studies Review 17, 1 (March): 46-66.


Reeder, Bryce W. 2014. Civil War and the Severity of Militarized Interstate Disputes. Research and Politics 1, 3 (October-December).

Reeder, Bryce W. and Matthew R. Reeder. 2014. Political Violence, Interstate Rivalry, and the Diffusion of Public Health Crises. Social Science Quarterly 95, 4 (December): 1101-20.

Testa, Paul F., Matthew V. Hibbing, and Melinda Ritchie. 2014. Orientations Toward Conflict and Conditional Effects of Political Disagreement. Journal of Politics 76, 3 (June): 770-785.

Townsen, Ashly Adam and Bryce W. Reeder
. 2014. Where Do Peacekeepers Go When They Go?: Explaining the Spatial Heterogeneity of Peacekeeping Deployments. Journal of International Peacekeeping 18, 1: 69–91.


Li, Xiaoting. 2013. The Taming of the Red Dragon: The Militarized Worldview and China's Use of Force, 1949-2001. Foreign Policy Analysis. (DOI: 10.1111/j.1743-8594.2012.00193.x)


Owsiak, Andrew P. 2012. Signing Up for Peace: International Boundary Agreements, Democracy, and Militarized Interstate Conflict. International Studies Quarterly 56, 1 (March): 51–66.


Blount, Justin. 2011. Popular Participation in the Constitutional Design Process. In R. Dixon and T. Ginsburg, eds., Research Handbook in Comparative Constitutional Law. New York, NY: Edward Elgar.

Wals, Sergio. 2011. Does What Happens in Los Mochis Stay in Los Mochis? Explaining Post-Migration Political Behavior. Political Research Quarterly 64, 3 (September): 600–611.


Kim, Dongsuk. 2010. What Makes State Leaders Brutal? Examining Grievances and Mass Killing during Civil War. Civil Wars 12, 3 (September): 237–260.

Pemstein, Daniel, Stephen Meserve, and James Melton. 2010. Democratic Compromise: A Latent Variable Analysis of Ten Measures of Regime Type. Political Analysis 18, 4 (Autumn): 426–449.


Rider, Toby J. 2009. Understanding Arms Race Onset: Rivalry, Threat, and Territorial Competition. Journal of Politics 71, 2 (April): 693-703.


Balas, Alexandru. 2008. Muslims in Europe: The European Union Solving Social Problems. Iasi: Editura Lumen.


Edwards, Scott and Michael G. Findley.  2007.  Accounting for the Unaccounted: Weak-Actor Social Structure in Asymmetric Wars. International Studies Quarterly 51, 3 (September): 583-606.

Shou, Huisheng. 2007.  Nationalism and Political Support in Reforming China. In Sujan Guo and Baogang Guo, eds., Challenges Facing Chinese Political Development, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 15-32.


Findley, Michael G. and Tze Kwang Teo. 2006.  Rethinking Third Party Interventions into Civil Wars:  An Actor-Centric Approach . Journal of Politics 68, 4 (November): 828-837.

Lewkowicz, Michael A. 2006.  The Effectiveness of Elite Cues as Heuristics in Proposition Elections. American Politics Research 34, 1 (January):  51-68.

Shou, Huisheng.  2006.  Nationalism and State Legitimacy in Contemporary China. Journal of Washington Institute of China Studies 2, 1 (Fall).

Teo, Tze Kwang. 2005. Review of Event History Modeling:  A Guide for Social Scientists (by Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier and Bradford S. Jones). The Political Methodologist 13, 2 (Fall):  20-21.


Akcinaroglu, Seden and Elizabeth Radziszewski. 2005.  Expectations, Rivalries, and Civil War Duration. International Interactions 31, 4 (October-December):  349-374.

Darmofal, David. 2005.  Elite Cues and Citizen Disagreement with Expert Opinion. Political Research Quarterly 58, 3 (September):  381-395.

Rudloff, Peter. 2005. Introduction to S-Weave. The Political Methodologist 13, 1 (Spring):  8-13.

Verkuilen, Jay. 2005. Assigning Membership in a Fuzzy Set Analysis. Sociological Methods & Research 33, 4 (May): 462-496.


Croco, Sarah E. and Tze Kwang Teo. 2004.  Assessing the Dyadic Approach to Interstate Conflict Processes:  a.k.a. ‘Dangerous Dyad-Years. Conflict Management and Peace Science  22, 1 (Spring): 5-18.

Teo, Tze Kwang.  2004.  The LaTeX Corner:  LaTeX 102. The Political Methodologist 12, 1 (Spring):  6-9.


Boniface, Dexter and  Heather Tafel. 2003.  Old Carrots, New Sticks:  Explaining Labor Strategies Toward Economic Reform in Eastern Europe and Latin America. Comparative Politics 35, 3 (Apri):  313-333.


Boniface, Dexter. 2002. Is there a Democratic Norm in the Americas? An Analysis of the Organization of American States. Global Governance 8, 3 (July): 137-162.

Cunion, William E. 2002. Researching the Presidency: The Overlooked Problem of Biographical Data. White House Studies 2, 2 (Spring): 5-18.

Greig, J. Michael. 2002. The End of Geography? Globalization, Communications, and Culture in the International System. Journal of Conflict Resolution 46, 2 (April): 225-243.


Boniface, Dexter and Jason Sharman. 2001. An ‘Analytic Revolution’ in Comparative Politics? Comparative Politics 33, 4 (July): 475-493.

Cobb, Michael D. and Jeffery A. Jenkins. 2001. Race and the Representation of Blacks’ Interests During Reconstruction. Political Research Quarterly 54, 1 (March): 181-204.

Crescenzi, Mark J.C. and Andrew J. Enterline. 2001. Time Remembered: A Dynamic Model of Interstate Interaction. International Studies Quarterly 45, 3 (September):  409-431.

Greig, J. Michael. 2001. Moments of Opportunity: Sources of Ripeness Among Enduring Rivals. Journal of Conflict Resolution 45, 6 (December): 691-718.


Jenkins, Jeffery A. 2000. Examining the Robustness of Ideological Voting: Evidence from the Confederate House of Representatives. American Journal of Political Science 44, 4 (October): 811-822.

Jenkins, Jeffery A. and Timothy P. Nokken. 2000. The Institutional Emergence of the Republican Party: A Spatial Voting Analysis of the House Speakership Election of 1855-56. Legislative Studies Quarterly 25, 1 (February): 101-130.

Nokken, Timothy P. 2000. Dynamics of Congressional Loyalty: Party Defection and Roll Call Behavior, 1947-1997. Legislative Studies Quarterly 25: 417-444.


Crescenzi, Mark J.C. 1999. Violence and Uncertainty in Transitions. Journal of Conflict Resolution 43, 2 (April):  192-212.

Crescenzi, Mark, J.C. and Andrew Enterline, 1999. Ripples from the Wave? A Systemic, Time-Series Analysis of the Impact of Regime Changes on Interstate Conflict, 1816-1992. Journal of Peace Research 36, 1 (January):  75-94.

Green, Andrew. 1999. Non-Profits and Democratic Development: Lessons from the Czech Republic. Voluntas 10, 3 (Fall): 217-235.

Mistry, Dinshaw. 1999. Diplomacy, Sanctions, and the U.S. Nonproliferation Dialogue with India and Pakistan. Asian Survey 31, 5 (September/October): 753-771.

Jenkins, Jeffery A. and Marc Weidenmier. 1999. Ideology, Economic Interests, and Congressional Roll-Call Voting: Partisan Instability and Bank of the United States Legislation, 1811-1816. Public Choice 100, 3-4 (September): 225-243.

Jenkins, Jeffery A. 1999. Examining the Bonding Effects of Party: A Comparative Analysis of Roll-Call Voting in the U.S. and Confederate Houses. 1999. American Journal of Political Science 43, 4 (October): 1144-1165.


Jenkins, Jeffery A. 1998. Property Rights and the Emergence of Standing Committee Dominance in the Nineteenth-Century House. 1998. Legislative Studies Quarterly 23, 4 (November): 493-519.

Mistry, Dinshaw. 1998. India’s Emerging Space Program. Pacific Affairs 71, 2 (Summer): 151-174.


Green, Andrew. 1997. Obcanska spolecnost, ideje a utvareni politiky (Civil Society, Ideas, and Policymaking). Sociologicky casopis 33, 3 (September): 309-320.

Mistry, Dinshaw. 1997. Ballistic Missile Proliferation and the MTCR: A Ten-Year Review. Contemporary Security Policy 18, 3 (December): 59-82.


Dalager, Jon K. 1996. Voters, Issues, and Elections: Are the Candidates’ Messages Getting Through? Journal of Politics 58, 2 (May): 486-515.

Publications with faculty

Some of the following articles did not appear in print until after the graduate student authors completed their degrees.


Reynolds, Evangeline M. and Matthew S. Winters. 2016. Foreign Aid Funnel? A Placebo-Based Assessment of Aid Flows to Non-Permanent United Nations Security Countil Members. Research & Politics
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Sulkin, Tracy, Paul Testa, and Kaye Usry. 2015. What Gets Rewarded? Legislative Activity and Constituencey Approval. Political Research Quarterly (online in advance).

Winters, Matthew S. and Ashlea Rundlett. 2015.
The Challenges of Untangling the Relationship Between Participation and Happiness. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 26, 1 (February): 5-23.

Winters, Matthew S. and Matthew Cawvey. 2015. Governance Obstacles to Geothermal Energy Development in Indonesia. Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 34, 1: 27-56.


Valeriano, Brandon and Matthew Powers. 2014. Complex Interstate Rivals. Foreign Policy Analysis, DOI:


Rudkevich, Gennady, Konstantinos Travlos
, and Paul F. Diehl. 2013. Terminated or Just Interrupted? How the End of a Rivalry Plants the Seeds for Future Conflict. Social Science Quarterly 94, 1 (March): 158-174. DOI: 10.1111/j.1540-6237.2012.00906.x


Bloeser, Andrew J., Carl McCurley and Jeffery J. Mondak. 2012. Jury Service as Civic Engagement: Determinants of Jury Summons Compliance. American Politics Research 40, 2 (March): 179–204.

Coronel, Jason C., Melissa C. Duff, David E. Warren, Kara D. Federmeier, Brian D. Gonsalves, Daniel Tranel, and Neal J. Cohen. 2012. Remembering and Voting: Theory and Evidence from Amnesic Patients. American Journal of Political Science 56, 4 (October): 837–848.

Dietrich, Bryce J., Scott Lasley, Jeffery J. Mondak, Megan L. Remmel and Joel Turner. 2012.Personality and Legislative Politics: The Big Five Trait Dimensions among U.S. State Legislators. Political Psychology 33, 2 (April): 195–210.

Franzese, Robert J., Jude C. Hays, and Aya Kachi. 2012. Modeling History Dependence in Network-Behavior Coevolution. Political Analysis, 20, 2 (Spring): 175–190.

Huckfeldt, Robert, Jeffery J. Mondak, Matthew Hayes, Matthew T. Pietryka and Jack Reilly. 2012. Networks, Interdependence, and Social Influence in Politics. In Leonie Huddy, David O. Sears and Jack S. Levy, eds., Oxford Handbook of Political Psychology, 2nd ed. New York: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.

Mondak, Jeffery J. and Matthew V. Hibbing. 2012. Personality and Public Opinion. In Adam J. Berinsky, ed., New Directions in Public Opinion. New York: Routledge.

Powers, Matthew and Whan Choi. 2012. Does Transnational Terrorism Reduce Foreign Direct Investment? Business-Related versus Non-Business-Related Terrorism. Journal of Peace Research 49, 3: 407–422.

Wright, Thorin M., and J. Michael Greig. 2012. Staying the Course: Assessing the Durability of Peace Operations. Conflict Management and Peace Science 29, 2 (April): 127–147.


Canache, Damarys, Jeffery J. Mondak, Mitchell A. Seligson and Matthew V. Hibbing. 2011. The Participatory Personality: Evidence from Latin America. British Journal of Political Science 41, 1 (January): 211–221.

Pemstein, Daniel, Kevin M. Quinn, and Andrew D. Martin. 2011. The Scythe Statistical Library: An Open Source C++ Library for Statistical Computation. Journal of Statistical Software 42, 12 (June): 1–26.

Popp, Elizabeth and Thomas J. Rudolph. 2011. A Tale of Two Ideologies. Journal of Politics 73, 3 (July): 808–820.


Anderson, Carolyn J., Jay Verkuilen, and Buddy L. Peyton. 2010. "Modeling Polytomous Item Responses Using Simultaneously Estimated Multinomial Logistic Regression Models." Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics 35, 4 (September): 422-452.

Hays, Jude C., Aya Kachi, and Robert J. Franzese, Jr. 2010. “A Spatial Model Incorporating Dynamic, Endogenous Netwrok Interdependence: A Political Science Application.” Statistical Methodology 7, 3 (May): 406–428.

Hayes, Matthew, Matthew V. Hibbing, and Tracy Sulkin. 2010. "Redistricting, Responsiveness, and Issue Attention." Legislative Studies Quarterly 35, 1 (February): 91–115.

Huang, Jing and Xiaoting Li. 2010. Inseparable Separation: The Making of China's Taiwan Policy. Singapore: World Scientific Press.

Irfan, Atif, Matthew A. Rosenstein, Todd Robinson, and Jasbir Rakhra. 2010. "Nuclear South Asia since 1998: A Timeline." Swords and Ploughshares 18, 1 (Fall): 30-32.

Mondak, Jeffery J., Matthew V. Hibbing, Damarys Canache, Mitchell A. Seligson, and Mary R. Anderson. 2010. "Personality and Civic Engagement: An Integrative Framework for the Study of Trait Effects on Political Behavior." American Political Science Review 104, 1 (February): 85–110.

Rudolph, Thomas J., and Elizabeth Popp. 2010. "Race, Environment, and Interracial Trust." Journal of Politics 72, 1 (January): 74–89.

Valeriano, Brandon and Matthew Powers. 2010. "United States–Mexico: The Convergence of Public Policy Views in the Post-9/11 World." Policy Studies Journal 38, 4: 745–774.


Cheibub, José Antonio and Svitlana Chernykh. 2009. "Are Semi-Presidential Constitutions Bad for Democratic Performance?" Constitutional Political Economy 20, 3-4 (September): 202-229.

Ginsburg, Tom, Zachary Elkins, and Justin Blount. 2009. "Does the Process of Constitution-Making Matter?" Annual Review of Law and Social Science 5: 201–233.

Meserve, Stephen A., Daniel Pemstein, and William T. Bernhard. 2009. "Political Ambition and Legislative Behavior in the European Parliament." Journal of Politics 71, 3 (July): 1015–1032.

Pahre, Robert and Burcu Uçaray-Mangıtlı. 2009. "The Myths of Turkish Influence in the European Union." Journal of Common Market Studies 47, 2 (March): 357-384.

Rudolph, Thomas J., and Elizabeth Popp. 2009. "Bridging the Ideological Divide: Trust and Support for Social Security Privatization." Political Behavior 31, 3 (September): 331–351.


Cheibub, José Antonio and Svitlana Chernykh. 2008. "Constitutions and Democratic Performance in Semi-Presidential Democracy." Japanese Journal of Political Science 9, 3 (December): 296-303.

Elkins, Zachary, Tom Ginsburg, and Justin Blount. 2008. "Ciudadano Como Fundador: la Participacion Publica en el Diseno Constitutional." Revista Latinoamericana de Politica Comparada 1:119–153.

Elkins, Zachary, Tom Ginsburg, and James Melton. 2008. "Baghdad, Tokyo, Kabul...: Constitution Making in Occupied States." William and Mary Law Review 49, 4 (March): 1139–1178.

Gaines, Brian J. and Brianna K. Lawrence. 2008. "No Marks for Civility: Nastiness is Part of Politics, Past and Present." Illinois Issues 34, 5 (May): 28-30.

Ginsburg, Tom, Svitlana Chernykh, and Zachary Elkins. 2008. "Commitment and Diffusion: How and Why National Constitutions Incorporate International Law." University of Illinois Law Review 2008, 1: 201-238.

Ginsburg, Tom, Zachary Elkins, and Justin Blount. 2008. "The Citizen as Founder: Public Participation in Constitutional Approval." Temple Law Review 81 (Summer):361–382.

Hendry, David, Robert A. Jackson and Jeffery J. Mondak. 2008. "Abramoff, Email, and the Mistreated Mistress: Scandal and Character in the 2006 Elections." In Jeffery J. Mondak and Dona-Gene Mitchell, eds., Fault Lines: Why the Republicans Lost Congress. New York: Routledge.

Kuklinski, James H., Paul J. Quirk, and Buddy Peyton. 2008. "Issues, Information Flows, and Cognitive Capacities: Democratic Citizenship in a Global Era." In Peter F. Nardulli, ed. International Perspectives on Contemporary Democracy. Urbana and Chicago, IL: University of Illinois Press, 115-133.

Mondak, Jeffery and Dona-Gene Mitchell, eds. 2008. Fault Lines: Why the Republicans Lost Congress. New York, NY: Routledge.

Oxley, Douglas R., Kevin B. Smith, Matthew V. Hibbing, Jennifer L. Miller, John R. Alford, Peter K. Hatemi, and John R. Hibbing. 2008. “Political Attitudes Vary with Physiological Traits.” Science 321, 5896 (September): 1667–70.

Sulkin, Tracy and Nathaniel Swigger. 2008. "Is There Truth in Advertising? Campaign Ad Images as Signals about Legislative Behavior." Journal of Politics 70, 1 (February): 232-244.


Donahue, Kenneth and Thierry Warin. 2007. "The Stability and Growth Pact: A European Answer to the Political Budget Cycle?" Comparative European Politics 5, 4 (December): 423-440.

Gaines, Brian J., James H. Kuklinski, Paul J. Quirk, Buddy Peyton, and Jay Verkuilen. 2007. "Interpreting Iraq: Partisanship and the Meaning of Facts." Journal of Politics 69, 4 (November): 957-974.

Kuklinski, James H. and Buddy Peyton. 2007. "Belief Systems and Political Decision Making." In Russell J. Dalton and Hans-Dieter Klingemann, eds. The Oxford Handbook of Political Behavior. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 45-64.

Mondak, Jeffery J., Edward G. Carmines, Robert Huckfeldt, Dona-Gene Mitchell, and Scot Schraufnagel. 2007. "Does Familiarity Breed Contempt?: The Impact of Information on Mass Attitudes toward Congress." American Journal of Political Science 51:34-48.

Rudolph, Thomas J. and Elizabeth Popp. 2007. "An Information Processing Theory of Ambivalence." Political Psychology 28, 5 (October): 563-585.


Althaus, Scott L. and Young Mie Kim.  "Priming Effects in Complex Information Environments:  Reassessing the Impact of News Discourse on Presidential Approval."  Journal of Politics, 68, 4 (November):  957-973.

Smithson, Michael J. and Jay Verkuilen. 2006. Fuzzy Set Theory: Applications in the Social Sciences. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Sulkin, Tracy and Jillian Evans.  "Dynamics of Diffusion:  Aggregate Patterns in Congressional Campaign Agendas."  American Political Research, 34, 4 (July):  505-534.


Gaines, Brian J. and Brian D. Roberts. 2005. “Gubernatorial Incapacity and Succession Provisions.” In Keon Chi, ed. The Book of the States. Lexington, KY:  Council of State Governments, 544-550.

Rudolph, Thomas J. and Jillian Evans. 2005. “Political Trust, Ideology, and Public Support for Government Spending.” American Journal of Political Science, 49, 3 (July):  660-671.


Knott, Jack H., Gary J. Miller, and Jay Verkuilen. 2003. "Adaptive Incrementalism and Complexity: Experiments with Two-Person Cooperative Signaling Games." Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 13, 3 (July): 341-365.

Roper, Steven D. and Florin Fesnic. 2003. “Historical Legacies and Their Impact on Post-Community Voting Behavior.” Europe-Asia Studies 55, 1:  119-131.


Diehl, Paul F. and Jaroslav Tir. 2002. "Geographic Dimensions of Enduring Rivalries." Political Geography 21: 263-286.

Munck, Gerardo L. and Jay Verkuilen. 2002. "Conceptualizing and Measuring Democracy: Evaluating Alternative Indices." Comparative Political Studies 35,1 (February) 5-34.

Munck, Gerardo L. and Jay Verkuilen. 2002.  "Generating Better Data:  A Response to Discussants." Comparative Political Studies 35, 1 (February): 52-57.


Andersen, Pelle, Justin Baumgardner, J. Michael Greig, and Paul F. Diehl. 2001. "Turning Down the Heat: Influences on Conflict Management in Enduring Rivalries." International Interactions 27,3: 239-274.

Jerit, Jennifer and James Kuklinski. 2001. “The Meaning of ‘Attitue’ in Representative Democracies.” In James H. Kuklinski, ed. Citizens and Politics:  Perspectives from Political Psychology. Cambridge University Press.

Kuklinski, James H., Paul J. Quirk, Jennifer Jerit, and Robert F. Rich. 2001. "The Political Environment and Citizen Decision Making: Information, Motivation and Policy Tradeoffs." American Journal of Political Science 45, 2 (April): 410-424.

Quirk, Paul J. and Sean C. Matheson. 2001. "The Presidency: The Election and the Prospects for Leadership." In Michael Nelson, ed. The Elections of 2000. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 161-184.

Stinnett, Doug and Paul F. Diehl. 2001. "The Path(s) To Rivalry: Behavioral and Structural Explanations of Rivalry Development." Journal of Politics 63, 3 (August): 717-740.


Kuklinski, James H., Paul J. Quirk, Jennifer Jerit, David Schweider, and Robert F. Rich. 2000. "Misinformation and the Currency of Democratic Citizenship." Journal of Politics 62, 3 (August): 790-816.

Munck, Gerardo and Dexter Boniface. 2000. "Political Processes and Identity Formation: From the Armed Left to the Democratic Left in El Salvador." In Ronald Munck and Purnaka L. de Silva, eds. Postmodern Insurgencies: Political Violence, Identity Formation, and Peacemaking in Comparative Perspective. New York: St. Martin's Press.

Nokken, Timothy P. and Brian R. Sala. 2000. "Confirmation Dynamics: A Model of Presidential Appointments to Independent Agencies." Journal of Theoretical Politics 12, 1 (January): 91-112.

Quirk, Paul J. and William E. Cunion. 2000. "Clinton’s Domestic Policy: The Lessons of A ‘New Democract’." In Colin Campbell and Bert A. Rockman, eds. The Clinton Legacy. Chatham, NJ: Chatham House Publishers.


Diehl, Paul F., David Green, and Chad Kahl. 1998. "The Price of Peace: A Predictive Model of UN Peacekeeping Fiscal Costs." Policy Studies Journal 26, 4: 620-635.

Diehl, Paul F., David Green, and Chad Kahl. 1998. "Predicting the Size of UN Peacekeeping Operations." Armed Forces and Society 24, 4: 485-500.

Diehl, Paul F. and Mark J.C. Crescenzi. 1998. "Reconfiguring the Arms Race-War Debate." Journal of Peace Research 35, 1: 111-118.

Jenkins, Jeffery A. and Brian R. Sala. 1998. "The Spatial Theory of Voting and the Presidential Election of 1824." American Journal of Political Science 42,4 (October): 1157-1179.

Kuklinski, James H. and Michael D. Cobb. 1998. "When White Southerners Converse About Race." In Jon Hurwitz and Mark Peffley, eds., Perception and Prejudice: Race and Politics in the United States. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Kuklinski, James H., Paul J. Quirk, David W. Schweider, and Robert F. Rich. 1998. "Just the Facts, Ma’am: Political Facts and Public Opinion." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. Sp (November): 143-154.

Munck, Gerardo L. and Jeffrey A. Bosworth. 1998. "Parties and Democracy in Post-Pinochet Chile." Party Politics 4, 4: 471-493.

Quirk, Paul J. and Joseph Hinchliffe. 1998. "The Rising Hegemony of Mass Opinion." Journal of Policy History 10, 1: 19-50.

Sharman, J.C. and Roger E. Kanet. 1998. "The Challenge of Democratic Consolidation in Postcommunist Europe." International Politics 35: 1-19.

Sharman, J.C. and Roger E. Kanet. 1998. "International Influences on the Democratization Process in Eastern Europe." (in German). Osteuropa 48, 11-12: 1069-1085.

Tir, Jaroslav and Paul F. Diehl. 1998. "Demographic Pressure and Interstate Conflict: Linking Population Growth and Density to Militarized Disputes and Wars, 1930-1989." Journal of Peace Research 35, 3: 319-339.

Tir, Jaroslav, Philiip Schafer, Paul F. Diehl and Gary Goertz. 1998. "Territorial Changes, 1816-1996: Procedures and Data." Conflict Management and Peace Science 16, 1: 89-97.


Cobb, Michael D. and James H. Kuklinski. 1997. "Changing Minds: Political Arguments and Political Persuasion." American Journal of Political Science 41, 1 (January): 88-121.

Green, Andrew T. and Carol Skalnik Leff. 1997. "The Quality of Democracy: Mass-Elite Linkages in the Czech Republic." Democratization 4, 4 (Winter): 63-87.

Kuklinski, James H., Michael D. Cobb, and Martin Gilens. 1997. "Racial Attitudes and the New South." Journal of Politics 59, 2 (May): 323-349.

Quirk, Paul J. and Sean Matheson. 1997. "The Presidency: Elections and Presidential Governance." In Michael Nelson, ed. The Elections of 1996. Washington, DC: CQ Press.


Birgerson, Susanne M., Alexander V. Kozhemiakin and Roger E. Kanet. 1996. "La Politique russe en Aftrique: désengament ou coopération?" Revue d’Etudes Comparatives Est-Ouest 3: 145-168.

Diamond, Greg Andrade and Michael D. Cobb. 1996. "The Candidate as Catastrophe: Latitude Theory and the Problems of Political Persuasion." In Diana C. Mutz, Paul M. Sniderman, and Richard A. Brody, eds., Political Persuasion and Attitude Change. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 225-247.

Diehl, Paul F., Jennifer Reifschneider and Paul Hensel. 1996. "United Nations Intervention and Recurring Conflict." International Organization 50, 4: 683-700.

Kuklinski, James H. and Norman L. Hurley. 1996. "It’s A Matter of Interpretation." In Diana C. Mutz, Paul M. Sniderman, and Richard A. Brody, eds., Political Persuasion and Attitude Change. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 125-144.

Nardulli, Peter F., Jon K. Dalager, and Donald E. Greco. 1996. "Voter Turnout in U.S. Presidential Elections: An Historical View and Some Speculation." PS: Political Science and Politics 29, 3 (September): 480-490.