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                          MIDWEST
                          Political Science Association
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        Indiana University, 1100 E. 7 St., Woodburn #210, Bloomington, IN 47405

        MIDWEST POLITICAL SCIENCE ASSOCIATION

                 59TH ANNUAL NATIONAL MEETING
                        APRIL 19-22, 2001


                        Thursday, April 19 8:30 -- 10:15
POSTER SESSION 1                                                     EXHIBIT HALL
(Authors will be present from 8:30-10:15: am)

Section 4 Posters
THEMES IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
1.        “Re-Defining Confidence-and Security-Building Measures for the Next Century:
          From Military Security to Human Security.” Sarah J. Diel-Hunt, Southern Illinois
          University, dielhunt@siu.edu
2.        “The End of Geography?-Globalization, Communications, and Cultural Change in
          the International System.” Michael J. Greig, University of Illinois, Urbana-
          Champaign, jgreig@uiuc.edu
3.        “Legalization and Power: Why the Weak AND Strong Support the WTO Dispute
          Settlement Procedure.” Alexander S. Thompson, University of Chicago, as-
          thompson@uchicago.edu
4.        “Explaining Regionalism in the Caribbean: The CBI Case.” Angel Viera-Tirado,
          Purdue University, viera@polsci.purdue.edu
5.        “A Counterfactual Thought Experiment Concerning Iraq’s 1990 Invasion of
          Kuwait.” Robert J. Krueger, University of Wisconsin-Madison,
          robertkrueger@earthlink.net
6.        “Power Resources and Influence at the United Nations General Assembly.”
          Dong-Joon Jo, Penn State University, djx124@psu.edu
7         “S vs. Tau-b: A Empirical Comparison.” Scott Bennett, Penn State University,
          sbennett@psu.edu Matthew Rupert, Penn State University, mcr9@psu.edu Allan Stam,
          Dartmouth College, allan.stam@dartmouth.edu
8.        “Institutions and Adaptation: Explaining Change in European Security
          Cooperation.” Michael Brewster Hawes, University of California-San Diego,
          michael.hawes@alumni.duke.edu
9.        “A Political-Historical Analysis of the Truman Doctrine.” Vassilios Damiras,
          Loyola University at Chicago, vdamiras@aol.com
10.       “Is It a Small Workld After All? Economic Globaliztion and Government
Disc:     J. David Singer, University of Michigan, jdsinger@umich.edu




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Section 20 Posters
URBAN AND LOCAL POLITICS
1.        “God and Karate in the Southside: Constructing the New Cosmopolitan Pluralism
          in American Cities.” Joseph E. Yi, University of Chicago, je-yi@uchicago.edu
2.        “Religious Indicators of Local Political Involvement: A Contextual Analysis”
          Christopher P. Gilbert, Gustavus Adolphus College, cgilbert@gustavus.edu
          Devin Colvin, Gustavus Adolphus College Jaclynn Moen, Gustavus Adolphus
          College
3.        “Urban Alliances Between the Local Government and Faith Based Organizations:
          When They Work and Why.” Kimberly Mealy, Indiana University-Bloomington,
          kimealy@indiana.edu
4.        “Local Sales Tax Revenue Sharing Reform: The St. Louis County Case.” James
          Brasfield, Webster University, brasfijm@webster.edu
5.        “The Role of Nonprofits in Local Government Privatization.” Patrick Van
          Inwegen, Loyola University Chicago, pvaninw@luc.edu
6.        “Comparing Post-Suburbanization in US and Japanese Cities: How City
          Governments Cope with Post Suburbanization.” Masaharu Yasuoka, Kobe
          University, GZK00540@nifty.ne.jp
7.        “An Application of the Winter-Ferguson-Barth Method to Chicago Mayors from
          Medill to Daley.” Christopher D. Newman, Elgin Community College,
          cnewman@mail.elgin.il.us
8.        “The Positive Effects of Casino Gambling for Midwestern Municipalities.” Ross C.
          Alexander, Northern Illinois University, ralexan1@niu.edu


Section 21 Posters
PUBLIC POLICY
1.        “SimPolicy: The Peril and Premise of Urban Simulation.” Christopher S. Rice,
          University of Kentucky, csrice00@pop.ky.edu
2.        “From Regulating Sin to Redistributing Values: Medical Marijuana Policies in the
          American States.” Neil A. Eldred, Binghamton University-SUNY,
          bd25344@binghamton.edu Michael J. Licari, Binghamton University-SUNY,
          mlicari@bunghamton.edu
3.        “Mapping the Education Agenda.” Jennifer Fisher, West Virginia University,
          jfisher2@wvu.edu
4.        “Labor Market Policy and Wages in American States.” Matthew McCoy,
          Binghamton University-SUNY, bf8848@binghamton.edu
5.        “Managing Transboundary Water Resources: An Analysis of Canadian-American
          Interlocal Cooperation.” Amy L. Suker, The University of Texas at Austin,
          sistereu@mail.la.utexas.edu
7         “Congress and Foreign Policy: David or Goliath?” Joe Patten, Buena Vista
          University, patten@bvu.edu


Section 22 Posters
NEW RESEARCH ON PUBLIC BUREAUCRACY
1.        "Institutional Advice: Information and the Politics of Expertise." Susan Moffitt,
          University of Michigan, smoffitt@umich.edu
2.        “State Constraints and Local Environmental Programs: Growth Management
          Policy Instrument Choice.” Antonio Tavares, Florida State University,
          aft2938@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
3.        “State Level Evidence of the Causes and Consequences of Policy Change in
          Telecommunications.” Junseok Kim, SUNY Stony Brook. junkim@ic.sunysb.edu




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4.      “Bureaucratic Performance and Innovation: Comparing Top-Down and Bottom-
        Brendan Burke burke@bridgew.edu
5.      “Residents vs. Non-Residents: What Do You Get For Your Local Income Tax
        Dollar in Ohio?” Andrew Dudas, Miami University, dudasa@muohio.edu
6.      “The Roles of Salience and Complexity in Legislative Redirection of Bureaucratic
        Behavior.” Evan Ringquist, Florida State University,
        eringqui@garnet.acns.fsu.edu Jeff Worsham, West Virginia University,
        jworsh@wvu.edu
Disc:   Joseph Stewart, University of New Mexico, joestew@unm.edu




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Panel 1-C                                                              SANDBURG 2
INSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURES AND ATTITUDINAL NORMS IN THE EUROPEAN
UNION
Chair:    Gallya Lahav, State University of New York at Stony Brook,
          gallya.lahav@sunysb.edu
Papers: "The Effects of EU Attitudes on Vote Choice: A Study of Austria, Finland, and
          Sweden.” Erik Tillman Emory University etillma@emory.edu
          ”Social Europe.” Mariely Lopez-Santana University of Michigan, Mariely Lopez-
          Santana
          “The Unusual Suspects: Why Pro-Integration Member States have Difficulty
          Enforcing EU Policies.” Christian Jensen, UCLA, cbjensen@ucla.edu
          “The Emergence of a Mass European Identity.” Michael Bruter,University of Hull
          (UK) and University of Houston, M.Bruter@pol-as.hull.ac.uk
Disc:     Christopher Anderson, Binghamton University, SUNY,
          canders@binghamton.eduanel 2-A


Panel 1-N                                                                SANDBURG 3
GLOBALIZATION, DOMESTIC STRUCTURES, AND THE POLITICS OF INEQUALITY IN
INDUSTRIALIZED NATIONS
Chair:    Daniel Minnich, University of Georgia, djminnich@yahoo.com
Papers: “The UnProblem of Poverty in Japan: Problem Definition and Japan’s Volunteer
          Welfare Commissioners.” Michael Reinhard, University of Chicago, m-
          reinhard@uchicago.edu
          “Internationalization, Institutions, and Wage Bargaining Outcomes.” Timothy
          Hellwig, University of Minnesota, thellwig@polisci.umn.edu
          “Corporatism and Income Inequality in the Global Economy.” Daniel Minnich,
          University of Georgia, djminnich@yahoo.com
          “Globalization: an Institutional-Synthetic Concept, Elaine McCoy, Kent State
          University, emccoy1@kent.edu Benson Musila, Jenjie Liu, Kent State
          University
Disc:     Aslaug Asgeirsdottir, Harvard University, aasgeirs@latte.harvard.edu


Panel 2-B                                                                    SANDBURG 4
POLITICAL DIMENSIONS OF ECONOMIC LIBERALIZATION
Chair:    Susan Stokes, University of Chicago, s-stokes@uchicago.edu
Papers: "Free Market Democracy in Latin America: Does Economic Liberalization Cause
          Democratization? Marcus J. Kurtz, Ohio State University,
          kurtz@polisci.sbs.ohio-state.edu
          "Presidential Institutions, Banking Interests and the Political Economy of Banking
          Reforms in Developing Countries, Gabriel Aguilera, Harvard University,
          gaguiler@fas.harvard.edu
          "The Politics of Anti-Inflationary Stabilization in Developing Countries." Raj M.
          Desai, Georgetown University, desair@gunet.georgetown.edu
          "The Two-Level Game for International Debt Negotiations." Lilian A. Barria,
          Eastern Illinois University, cflab2@eiu.edu
Disc:     Susan Stokes, University of Chicago, s-stokes@uchicago.edu



Panel 2-J                                            PDR 4
COMPARATIVE EXPERIENCES WTIH HEALTH AND POPULATION POLICIES




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Chair:    Richard A. Fredland, Indiana University-Purdue University, fredland@iupui.edu
Papers:   "The Politics of Death: Government Policies and the AIDS Epidemic in Africa.”
          Jill D. Nicholson, Texas A&M University, jnicholson@polisci.tamu.edu Kenneth
          Meier, Texas A&M University kmeier@politics.tamu.edu
          "Between Maoism and the Market: Redefining the Role of the State in Health
          Sector." Yanzhong Huang, Grand Valley State University, HuangY@gvsu.edu
          "Population Crisis and State Response: A Comparative Study of the
          Effectiveness of China and India's Population Policy." Dongping Han, Warren
          Wilson College, dhan@warren-wilson.edu
Disc:     Richard A. Fredland, Indiana University-Purdue University, fredland@iupui.edu

Panel 3-C                                                                  SANDBURG 6
DEMOCRACY, CIVIL SOCIETY, AND PUBLIC POLICY IN LATIN AMERICA
Chair:    Rose Spalding, DePaul University, rspaldin@wppost.depaul.edu
Papers: “The Provision of Basic Health in Latin America: Does Democracy Make a
          Difference?” Wendy Ann Hunter, Vanderbilt University,
          wendy.a.hunter@vanderbilt.edu David Brown, Rice University,
          dsbrown@rice.edu
          “Poverty, Welfare, and Oppositional Voting in Mexico: Suggestions from
          Yucatan.” Rose Spalding, DePaul University, rspaldin@wppost.depaul.edu
          “Social Capital, Context, and Women’s Political Participation in Central
          America.”John Booth, University of North Texas, john.booth5@gte.net
          Patricia Bayer Richard, Ohio University, Richard@ohio.edu
          “Democratic Consolidation and Civil Society” Amy Risley, University of Texas at
          Austin, arisley@mail.utexas.edu
Disc:     Howard Handelman, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee,
          handelma@alpha1.csd.uwm.edu

Panel 3-O                                                               DEARBORN 2
CANDIDATES AND ELECTIONS IN POST-COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
Chair:   Mark Jones, Michigan State University, mark.jones@ssc.msu.edu
Papers: “Political Strategies of Post-Communist Elites.” Thomas Baylis, University of
         Wisconsin, Madison, tbaylis@polisci.wisc.edu
         “Would the Real Incumbent Please Stand Up? Economic Effects on Primary vs.
         Other Incumbents in Russia, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia, and the Czech
         Republic.” Joshua Tucker, Princeton University, jtucker@princeton.edu
         “To Elect or to Appoint: The Uncertain Future for Russian Regional Executives.”
         Dmitri Mitin, Purdue University, mitin@polsci.purdue.edu
Disc:    Donna Bahry, Vanderbilt University, donna.l.bahry@vanderbilt.edu

Panel 4-B                                                                   SANDBURG 7
THE DYNAMICS OF INTERNATIONAL RIVALRIES
Chair:    Paul Hensel, Florida State University, phensel@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
Papers: “Learning, Inter-Group Conflict, and International Rivalry: An Analysis of the
          Level, Trend and Variance of International Interactions.” Michael Colaresi,
          Indiana University, mcolares@indiana.edu
          “Nuclear Rivals, Nuclear Testing and Rivalry Escalation.” Christopher Sprecher,
          Texas A & M University, sprecher@polisci.tamu.edu
          “Determining the Severity of Disputes in International Rivalries.” Kevin Sweeney,
          Ohio State University, sweeney.101@osu.edu
Disc:     Paul Hensel, Florida State University, phensel@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
Panel 5-C                                                                   LASALLE 5
INTERNATIONAL CAPITAL MARKETS
Chair:    Madeleine Hosli, University of Michigan, mhosli@umich.edu




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Papers:   “Patterns in Economic Openness: Comparing Trade and Capital Mobility,”
          Jose Fernandez-Albertos, CEACS, Juan March Institute,
          fernandez@ceacs.march.es
          “Economic Globalization, Domestic Institutions and Capital Taxation,” Jude
          Hays, University of Michigan, jchays@umich.edu
          “Citizen Support for Domestic Economic Liberalization in Industrial
          Democracies,” Karl Kaltenthaler, Rhodes College, kaltenthaler@rhodes.edu
Disc:     Madeleine Hosli, University of Michigan, mhosli@umich.edu
          Layna Mosley, University of Notre Dame, mosley.3@nd.edu


Panel 6-B                                                               CLARK 7
FRAMING ISSUES AND CANDIDATES
(Co-sponsored by Mass Media and Political Communication 8-J)
Chair:    Mark Peffley, University of Kentucky, mpeffl@pop.uky.edu
Papers: “Priming Individuals on Free Trade in Mexico: An Experiment on the Linkages
          between Economic Insecurity and Policy Preferences.” John Aldrich, Duke
          University, Aldrich@duke.edu Jennifer Merolla, Duke University,
          jlm18@duke.edu Elizabeth Zechmeister, Duke University, ejz@duke.edu
          “Rights vs. Representation: The Impact of Group and Issue Frames on Public
          Support for Campaign Finance Reform.” J. Tobin Grant, Ohio State University,
          grant.112@osu.edu Thomas J. Rudolph, University of Minnesota,
          rudolpht@umich.edu
          “Extremists in Our Midst: How Opponent Portrayals Influence the Balance of
          Values in Opinion.” Gregory W. Gwiasda, Ohio State University,
          gwiasda.1@osu.edu Thomas E. Nelson, Ohio State University,
          nelson.179@osu.edu
          “Talking Spending but Seeing Race.” Nicholas Valentino, University of
          Michigan, nvalenti@umich.edu Vincent Hutchings, Yale University,
          Vincent.hutchings@yale.edu
Disc:     Amy Jasperson, University of Texas, San Antonio, ajasperson@utsa.edu


Panel 7-C                                                                PDR 5
THE MANY EFFECTS OF, AND ON, PARTY IDENTIFICATION
Chair:    Charles E. Smith University of Mississippi pssmith@cypress.mcsr.olemiss.edu
Papers: “New Partisans for New Parties: Toward a Measure of Behavioral Partisanship.”
          Justin B. Taylor, Ohio State University, taylor.955@osu.edu
          “Active Partisans in American Politics.” Alan I. Abramowitz, Emory University,
          polsaa@emory.edu Kyle L. Saunders, Northern Illinois University,
          ksaun@niu.edu
          “Question Wording, Method of Interview, and the Measurement of Changes in
          Aggregate Party Identification: A Comparison of Over-Time Trends in the Roper
          and Gallup Surveys.” Laurel Elms, University of California, Berkeley,
          laurel@ucdata13.berkeley.edu
          “Party Identification and Primary Rules.” Deborah Lux Petrone, University of
          Pennsylvania, dlux@sas.upenn.edu H.W. Jerome Maddox, University of
          Pennsylvania, jmaddox@sas.upenn.edu
Disc:     Christopher Wlezien, University of Houston, cwlezien@uh.edu


Panel 8-B                                                             CLARK 5
MEDIA BIAS
Chair:    Stephen M. Caliendo, University of Missouri, caliendo@umsl.edu




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Papers:   “Reality and Media Power: A Study of Economic News.” Adam J. Schiffer,
          University of North Carolina, schiffer@email.unc.edu
          “The Perception of Media Biases: A Cross-National Comparison.” Michael F.
          Meffert, University of Maryland, mmeffert@wam.umd.edu
          “Candidates, Campaigns and Media Coverage: Re-examining Media Bias.” Kristi
          Campbell, Hamilton College, kcampbel@hamilton.edu
          “Watching the Watchers: A Watched Pol Never Recoils?” Stephen E. Frantzich,
          U.S. Naval Academy, frantzic@usna.edu
Panel 9-D                                                                 PDR 7
FACTORS SHAPING POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
Chair:    Kay Schlozman, Boston College, kschloz@bc.edu
Papers: “Racial Differences in the Political Participation of Women.” Nancy Winemiller
          Basinger, University of Georgia, nancywb@arches.uga.edu
          Keesha Middlemass Scott, University of Georgia, midlemas@arches.uga.edu
          “Bread and Butter Politics: A Developing Model of Black Women’s Political
          Participation.” Zenzele Isoke, University of Michigan, zenzele@umich.edu
          “Whose Opinion Matters: The Influence of Social Network Structure on Women’s
          Political Efficacy.” Kimberly Shella, k-shella@worldnet.att.net
Disc:     TBA

Panel 10-B                                                             PDR 6
AFFIRMATIVE ACTION, SCHOOL CHOICE AND RACIAL PROFILING: RACIAL POLICY
          ST
IN THE 21 CENTURY
Chair:   Dianne Pinderhughes, University of Illinois at Urbana Champagne,
         dpinderh@uiuc.edu
Papers: “Color-Blind Marxists? Helping Horatio Pull Himself Up From His Bootstraps
         Through Admission Reform in the Post-Affirmative Action Era”, Daniel Lipson,
         University of Wisconsin-Madison, Dlipson@polisci.wisc.edu;
         “A Change Is Gonna Come: A Look at the Struggles and Strategies of Three
         Post-Affirmative Action Institutions”, Avis A. Jones-DeWeever, University of
         Richmond, ajonesde@richmond.edu
         “Law Enforcement and Racial Profiling: The Impact of State and Local Policy
         Initiatives”, James D. Ward, New Mexico State University, jdward@nmsu.edu;
         “Race and School Choice”, Patrick McGuinn, University of Virginia,
         pjm3v@virginia.edu;
Disc:    William E. Nelson, Jr., Ohio State University, Nelson.18@osu.edu
         Stefanie Chambers, Trinity College, stefanie.chambers@trincoll.edu

Panel 11-H                                                                MONTROSE 2
PLURALIZING THE ENLIGHTENMENT: PHILOSOPHY AND POLITICAL MODERATION
Chair:   John W. Danford, Loyola University Chicago, jdanfor@luc.edu
Papers: “Adam Smith and the Paradox of Philosophic Reflection.” Eduardo Velasquez,
         Washington and Lee University, velasqueze@wlu.edu
         “Hume’s Four Essays on Ancient Philosophic Sects.” Scott Yenor, Boise State
         University, syenor@boisestate.edu
         “In Praise of Political Moderation.” Aurelian Craiutu, University of Northern Iowa,
         Aurelian.Craiutu@uni.edu
          “Adam Smith: Dogmatic Liberal or Skeptical Philosopher.” Lauren Brubaker,
         University of Chicago, l-brubker@uchicago.edu
Disc:    Samuel Fleischacker, University of Illinois, Chicago, sfleisch@uic.edu
Panel 11-N                                                                 CLARK 10
TOCQUEVILLE AND DEMOCRATIC THEORY
Chair:   Alan Gibson, St. Ambrose University, agibson@saunix.sau.edu




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Papers:    “The Precursor to Deliberative Democracy.” Michael T. Rogers, University at
           Albany, SUNY, rogerseast@mindspring.com
           “The Idea of Majority Tyranny. Donald J. Maletz, University of Oklahoma,
           djmaletz@ou.edu
           “Thoughtless Democracy.” Brian Bearry, University of North Texas,
           bab0013@unt.edu
Disc:     James Read, College of St. Benedict, jread@csbsju.edu

Panel 12-B                                                               MONTROSE 3
WHAT’S NATURAL? WHAT’S NORMATIVE: EMPIRICAL AND THEORETICAL
PERSPECTIVES
Chair:   John Bokina, University of Texas-Pan American, jb83e8@panam.edu
Papers: “Of Spheres, Games, and Interstices: Place and the Contest of Political Space in
         Walzer, Lyotard, and Bhabha.” John Randoph LeBlanc, University of Texas at
         Tyler, rleblanc@mail.uttyl.edu
         “Gender and Sports Equality: Clearing Hurdles of Sports Segregation.” Eileen L.
         McDonagh, Northeastern University, emcd@neu.edu Laura Poppano
         Northeastern University Simmons College, Nicole Zarrett, Harvard University
         “The Work of Mourning in Adorno's Aesthetics: An Examination of the Ethics and
         Politics of ‘Natural Beauty’." Tania Roy, Duke University, tr2@acpub.duke.edu
Disc:    Michaele Ferguson, Harvard University, mfergus@fas.harvard.edu

Panel 13-B                                                             LASALLE 1
CAMPAIGNING AND VOTING
Chair:   John Duggan, University of Rochester, dugg@troi.cc.rochester.edu
Papers: "Going For Broke: Network Externalities and Dynamics and Presidential Primary
         Contributions." Alan Wiseman, Stanford University, aewise@stanford.edu;
         Adam Meirowitz, ameirow@stanford.edu
         "A Model of Campaign Spending in Repeated Elections." Jay Goodliffe,
         Brigham Young University, goodliffe@byu.edu
         "Voting in Multi-dimensional Elections: Do Choice Sets Matter?"
         Orit Kedar, Harvard University, kedar@fas.harvard.edu
         "Position Versus Valence: A Formal Theory of Resource-constrained Electoral
         Competition." Woojin Moon, University of California, Los Angeles
         wjmoon@ucla.edu
Disc:    John Duggan, University of Rochester, dugg@troi.cc.rochester.edu
         John Patty, Carnegie-Mellon University, jpatty+@andrew.cmu.edu

Panel 14-B                                                                  LASALLE 2
MULTIPLE FACETS OF METHODOLOGY
Chair:   TBA
Papers: "Distance Learning in Advanced Methods Training." Herbert Weisberg, Ohio
         State University, weisberg.1@osu.edu
         "Are Presidential Campaigns Rational?" Paul D. Mueller, Notre Dame University,
         mueller.32@nd.edu
         "When bad data happen to good models in a complex world: Testing models of
         strategic interaction in international relations." Jeffrey B. Lewis, Princeton
         University, jblewis@Princeton.edu Kenneth A. Schultz, Princeton University,
         kayschultz@Princeton.edu
Disc:    TBA
Panel 15-A                                                                  MONTROSE 1
AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: JEFFREY BERRY’S THE NEW LIBERALISM: THE RISING
POWER OF CITIZEN GROUPS




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Chair:    John J. Coleman, University of Wisconsin, coleman@polisci.wisc.edu
Papers:   Frank Baumgartner, Penn State University, frankb@psu.edu
          Elisabeth R. Gerber, University of California, San Diego, egerber@ucsd.edu
          Ken Goldstein, University of Wisconsin, goldstei@polisci.wisc.edu
          Jeffrey M. Berry, Tufts University, jberry01@emerald.tufts.edu


Panel 17-A                                                       STATE BALLROOM
ROUNDTABLE ON CHARLES CAMERON’S VETO BARGAINING
Chair:   Steven S. Smith, Washington University, sssmith@polisci.umn.edu
Panel:   Charles Cameron, Columbia University, cmc1@columbia.edu
         Timothy Groseclose, Stanford University, roseclose_timothy@gsb.stanford.edu
         Keith Krehbiel, Stanford University, krehbiel@stanford.edu
         Steven S. Smith, Washington University, sssmith@polisci.umn.edu
         John Woolley, University of California, Santa Barbara,
         woolley@alishaw.ucsb.edu

Panel 17-L                                                                DEARBORN 3
RACE, GENDER, AND REPRESENTATION
Chair:   David Canon, University of Wisconsin, dcanon@polisci.wisc.edu
Papers: "First Choice, Second Choice, or No Choice: The Role of Race in Municipal
         Appointments." Rory Austin, George Washington University, raustin@gwu.edu
         "Racial Identity and the Representation of Race in Congress: A Censoring Model
         Approach." Richard Hall, University of Michigan, rlhall@umich.edu Brian
         McKenzie, University of Michigan, mckenzie@umich.edu
         "Families, Funding, and Fair Play: The Views of Women Parliamentarians in
         Ireland." Yvonne Galligan, Queens University of Belfast, y.galligan@qub.ac.uk
         Kathleen Knight, Barnard College/Columbia University, kknight@barnard.edu
         Úna Nic Giolla Choille, Trinity College Dublin, nicgiolu@tcd.ie
         "Representing Women: The Influence of Women in Congress on Legislative
         Outcomes for American Women." Vicky Wilkins, University of Missouri,
         Columbia, vmw9aa@mizzou.edu
         "Dividing Light from Dark: A Realist’s Guide to Assessing Intent in Redistricting."
         Micah Altman, Harvard University, mibcah_altman@harvard.edu Michael
         McDonald, University of Illinois-Springfield, mcdonald.michael@uis.edu
Discs:   David Canon, University of Wisconsin, dcanon@polisci.wisc.edu
         Claudine Gay Stanford University, cgay@stanford.edu

Panel 18-B                                                                   LASALLE 3
ORGANIZED INTERESTS IN COURT
(Co-sponsored Political Parties and Interest Groups, 15-N)
Chair:   Albert Melone, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, melone@siu.edu
Papers: “Interest Group Incentives and Supreme Court Agenda Setting: The Case of
         Economic Policy.” Vanessa Baird, University of Colorado,
         Vanessa.Baird@Colorado.edu
         “Abortion Rights and the New Judicial Federalism.” Jason Jagemann, Norwich
         University, jjageman@norwich.edu Ashlyn K. Kuerstyn, Western Michigan
         University kuersten@wmich.edu
         “Strategic Interest Group Behavior in the Context of Judicial Federalism”
         Darby Morrisroe, University of Virginia, morrisroe@virginia.edu
         “The Substitutability of Judicial Tactics” Rorie Spill, University of Northern Iowa,
         Rorie.Spill@uni.edu Eric Waltenburg, Purdue University,
         waltenbu@polsci.purdue.edu
Discs:   Marie Hojnacki, Penn State University, marieh@psu.edu




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         Albert Melone, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, melone@siu.edu


Panel 19-B                                                               LASALLE 4
STATEWIDE ELECTIONS
Chair:   William Claggett, Florida State University, wclagget@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
Papers: “Political Participation Channels on the Internet: An Empirical Analysis of
         American Political Party Web Sites in the States.” Geralyn M. Miller, Indiana
         University - Purdue University Fort Wayne, millergm@ipfw.edu
         “Assessing the Strength of Campaign Organizations in Senate Elections”, Brian
         Brox, The University of Texas at Austin, bbrox@mail.utexas.edu
         “The Cross-Cutting Effects of Abortion on Recent American Gubernatorial
         Elections” Richard F. Winters, Dartmouth College, dwinters@dartmouth.edu
         Matthew Berry, Institute for Justice
         “Campaign Expenditures and Issue Voting in Gubernatorial Elections, 1980-
         1996” David L. Leal, SUNY at Buffalo, dleal@acsu.buffalo.edu
Disc:    Randal Partin, University of Colorado, parting@unm.edu


Panel 20-B                                                                 PDR 8
INSTITUTIONAL ARRANGEMENTS AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Chair:   Susan E. Baer, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh, baer@uwosh.edu
Papers: “Local Economic Development from an Institutional and a Cultural-Historical
         Perspective.” Jose A. Bocanegra, University of Houston,
         jbocaneg@bayou.uh.edu
         “Explaining Urban Officials’ Response to Morality Issues: An Expanded Look at
         the Institutionalist Explanation.” Elaine Sharp, University of Kansas,
         esharp@ukans.edu
         “Contemporary Trends and Patterns in City Forms of Government.” Tari Renner,
         Illinois Wesleyan University, trenner@titan.iwu.edu Victor DeSantis,
         Bridgewater State College
         “The Voting Rights Act and Changes in the Structure of Urban Government: An
         Event History Analysis.” Michael Jones-Correa, Harvard University,
         correa@fas.harvard.edu
Disc:    Anirudh V.S. Ruhil, University of Illinois at Chicago, Ruhil@uic.edu


Panel 21-B                                                              PDR 9
INTEREST GROUPS AND PUBLIC POLICY
Chair:   Donald Haider-Markel, University of Kansas, prex@ukans.edu
Papers: “Comparing Interest Group and Institutional Influence Across Different Areas of
         State Regulation.” Paul Teske, SUNY-Stony Brook, paul.teske@sunysb.edu.
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          “Guns, Groups, and Gingrich: Explaining Gun Control Legislation in the 104
         House.” Jennifer Nicoll Victor, WashingtonUniversity, jnvictor@artsci.wustl.edu.
         “Government Intervention in Interest Group – Company Conflicts.” David
         Kirchner, Washington University, david6@artsci.wustl.edu
Disc:    Donald Haider-Markel, University of Kansas, prex@ukans.edu


Panel 22-C                                                          PARLOR F
BEYOND PRINCIPAL AGENT THEORY
Chair:   Jonathan Bendor, Stanford University, fbendor@stanford.edu




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Papers:   "Getting Bureaucratic Politics Off the Side-Track: A Critique of Principal/Agency
          Theory." Gary J. Miller, Washington University in St. Louis,
          gjmiller@artsci.wustl.edu
          “Who Governs the Commons? Networks and the National Estuary System.”
          John Scholz SUNY Stony Brook; scholz@datalab2.sbs.sunysb.edu Mark
          Schneider, SUNY Stony Brook, mark.schneider@stonybrook.edu Mark Lubell,
          Florida State University, mlubell@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
          “Political Control of Human Services Provision.” Lawrence Lynn, University of
          Chicago, llynn@midway.uchicago.edu Anthony Bertelli, University of Chicago
Disc:     Jonathan Bendor, Stanford University, fbendor@stanford.edu
          Andrew Whitford, University of Michigan, whitford@sph.umich.edu


12:30 - 3:00 pm                                                        CRYSTAL ROOM

MPSA Council Meeting, Hosted by: Robert Huckfeldt, Indiana University




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                                Thursday 1:30-3:15
Section 17 Posters                                                         EXHIBIT HALL
NEW RESEARCH ON LEGISLATIVE POLITICS
1.        "Agenda Setting in the Contemporary U.S. House: Assessing the Role of the
          Party aned Committee Leadership in Pre-Floor Decision Making" Charles J.
          Finocchiaro, Michigan State University, finocchi@msu.edu
2.        "Tension and Change in the House Appropriations Committee." Joshua Gordon,        Comment [t1]:
          University of Florida, jgordon@ufl.edu
3.        "How to Obtain Congressional Interviews: What Works!" Julie Harrelson-
          Stephens, University of North Texas, juliehs@unt.edu, Brian Bearry, University
          of North Texas, bab0013@unt.edu, Lisa Uhlir, University of North Texas,
          llu0002@unt.edu
4.        "Universalism and Distributive Policy-making in New Democracies."Louise K.
          Davidson-Schmich University of Miami, davidson@miami.edu
5.        "Budget Deficits and Debt." Ann Wiley Moser, University of Georgia,
          annmoser@wildmail.com
6.        "Order Rather Than Chaos: Ideology, Presidents and Roll Call Behavior in
          Brazil." Eduardo Leoni, Michigan State University, leoniedu@msu.edu
7.        "Could A Single-Member District System Solve Brazil's Political Problems?
          Comparing Legislative Parties in the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies and Senate."
          Scott Desposato, Princeton University, swd@ucla.edu
8.        "Gender and Perceptions About Representation." Salvatore Lombardo, Siena
          College, lombardo@siena.edu, Douglas Ihrke, University of Wisconsin-
          Milwaukee, dihrke@csd.uwm.edu
9.        "An Institutional Approach to Regulatory Reforms: The Financial Modernization
          Act of 1999." Jin-Wook Choi, University of Chicago,
          jchoi1@midway.uchicago.edu
10.       "The Populist/Progressive Ideal and the Collective Action Dilemma." Charlyne
          Berens, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, cberens@unlserve.unl.edu
11.       "Factors of Congressional Approval." Joseph V. Stefko, SUNY-Buffalo,
          jstefko@buffalo.edu
12.       "The Congressional Chicken Coop: Entrusting Congress to Reform Campaign
          Finance." Pamela Fiber, Claremont Graduate University, pamela.fiber@cgu.edu
13.       "Committee Decisions Under Majority Rule: Some New Experimental
          Observations." Robert H. Bruhl, DePaul University, bbruhl@wppost.depaul.edu
14.       "Leadership Styles and Gender Differences in the Illinois Legislature." Cheryl
          Brandt, University of Illinois, Chicago, cbrand2@uic.edu
15.       "The Upper Chamber as a Majority Constraining Mechanism in Federal Systems:
          Malapportionment and the Filibuster in the U.S. Senate Since the New Deal."
          Noah Kaplan, Columbia University, noah@columbia.edu

Section 18 Posters
JUDICIAL POLITICS AND PUBLIC LAW
1.        “The Post-War Economy and the U.S. Supreme Court’s Support for Political
          Freedoms and the Right of the Government to Distribute Welfare Benefits,” Scott
          Barclay, University of Washington and SUNY Albany, aust@albany.edu, and
          Victoria Farrar-Myers, University of Texas at Arlington, victoria@uta.edu
2.        “From Defender of Higher Law to Defender of Neutrality: The Paradoxical Rise in
          the Authority of the Supreme Court Since WWII” David Ciepley, University Of
          Chicago, ciep@uchicago.edu
3.        “Judicial Independence and Party Competition in Uncertain Democracies.” Nick
          Jorgenson, University of Michigan, njorgens@umich.edu




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4.       “Actor Preference and the Implementation of INS v. Chadha.” Darren Wheeler,
         Miami University, wheeleda@muohio.edu
5.       “Is the Supreme Court Sending a Message of Deference to Informal Agency
         Interpretations of Statutes?” Ruth Ann Watry, Northern Michigan University,
         rwatry@nmu.edu
6.        “‘I Concur . . .’ How Justices Stake Out Positions Through Separate Opinions”
         Wayne V. McIntosh, University of Maryland, College Park,
         wmcintosh@gvpt.umd.edu, and Cynthia L. Cates, Towson University,
         ccates@towson.edu
7.       “Why Judges ‘Respectfully Dissent’: An Analysis of Dissent on the U.S. Courts of
         Appeals.” Monica A. Teets, University of New Orleans, m_teets@hotmail.com
8.        “Measuring Aggregate Supreme Court Ideological Change.” Vanessa Baird,
         University of Colorado, Vanessa.Baird@Colorado.Edu
9.       “Political Motivations and American Political Development: A Multi-Institutional
         Approach to Understanding Variability in the Size of the U.S. Supreme Court.”
         Jamie Carson, Michigan State University, carsonj4@msu.edu Benjamin A.
         Kleinerman, Michigan State University, kleiner2@msu.edu
10.       “Federal Government Decisions to Appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada in
         Charter Cases, 1982-1999.” Matthew Hennigar, McGill University,
         mhenni1@po-box.mcgill.ca
11.      “Supreme Court Appointments in Political Time.” Frederick S. Wood, SUNY
         Albany, fw7855@csc.albany.edu
12.      “Newspapers and the Supreme Court: A Framing Effect.” Harry “Neil” Strine IV,
         Purdue Universtity, Strine@polsci.purdue.edu
13.      “The Nomination of Supreme Court Justices: Presidents Competing in a
         Separated System.” Carrie A. Schneider, SUNY Albany,
         cschneid@ctg.albany.edu
14.      “An Examination of African-Americans’ Diffuse Support for the United States
         Supreme Court.” Randolph Burnside, University of New Orleans,
         rburnside@uno.edu
15.      “Separation of Powers Models.” William Perkins, University of Missouri–
         Columbia, wbpb6f@mizzou.edu
16.      “Supreme Court Ouputs and the Political Environment: A Neo-Institutional Macro-
         Analytic Perspective.” Brandon Bartels, University of Missouri–Columbia,
         blb91a@mizzou.edu


Panel 1-A                                                                SANDBURG 2
FINANCIAL DATA IN MEASURING POLITICAL EFFECTS
Chair:    Lucy Goodhart, Harvard University and Columbia University,
          goodhart@fas.harvard.edu
Papers: "Voters as Investors: A Formal and Empirical Analysis of the Stock Market’s
          Role in Economic Voting." Kelly Chang, University of Wisconsin-Madison and
          University of Michigan, khchang@umich.edu“Electoral Exuberance?: Political
          Business Cycles and the Stock Market.” Alison B. Alter , Stanford University,
          aalter@leland.stanford.edu Lucy Goodhart, Harvard University and Columbia
          University, goodhart@fas.harvard.edu
           “Markets and Politics: The 2000 Taiwanese Presidential Election.” Brian
          Roberts, The University of Texas at Austin roberts@mail.utexas.edu Tse-min
          Lin, The University of Texas, tm1@mail.la.utexas.edu
          “Government Ownership and Privatization of Financial Institutions.” Nancy
          Brune, Yale University, nancy.brune@yale.edu




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Disc:     Michael Herron, Northwestern University and Harvard University,
          mherron@latte.harvard.edu
Panel 1-B                                                                      SANDBURG 3
ALTERNATIVE FORMS OF POLITICAL PARTICIPATION AND MOBILIZATION IN
DEMOCRACIES (Co-Sponsored with Elections, Voting Behavior and Participation, 7CC)
Chair:    Sarah Wayland, Brock University, Swayland@idirect.com
Papers: “The Origins of Democratic Quality and Political Participation: Revisiting the
          Italian Case.” Frederick Solt, fredsolt@email.unc.edu
          “Regime Responsiveness and Protest in Israel.” Sherry Lowrance, University of
          Texas, Austin, lowrance@mail.la.utexas.edu
          ”Business as Usual: Indigenous Peoples, Political Mobilization and the
          Effectiveness of the Internet.” Victor Assal, University of Maryland,
          vassal@gvpt.umd.edu Paul G. Harwood, University of Maryland,
          pharwood@gvpt.umd.edu
          “Unconventional Political Participation and Political Institutions in the Industrial
          Democracies.” Young-Choul Kim, Texas Tech University, ugkim@ttu.edu
Disc:     Sarah Wayland, Brock University, Swayland@idirect.com


Panel 2-A.                                                              SANDBURG 4
NEW PERSPECTIVES ON MEXICAN POLITICS
Chair:   Joseph Klesner, Kenyon College, klesner@kenyon.edu
Papers: "Factional Struggles over Offices or Budgets: Negotiating Partisan Policy
         Influence in Mexico." Norma Alvarez, Stanford University,
         normaal@stanford.edu
         "Party System Transformation and Democratic Competitiveness: A Comparison
         of Three Mexican Cities." María Inclán Oseguera, Penn State University,
         minclan@psu.edu
         "Experts and Politicians: Appointments to the Committee Hierarchy in the
         Mexican Chamber of Deputies." Cecilia Martinez-Gallardo, Columbia
         University, cm448@columbia.edu
         "Clientelism and Local Democracy in Mexico." Alfonso Hernandez-Valdez,
         Instituto Tecnologico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente, Mexico,
         alfonsoh@iteso.mx
Disc:    Joseph Klesner, Kenyon College, klesner@kenyon.edu


Panel 3-A                                                              SANDBURG 6
ROUNDTABLE ON MEASURING DEMOCRACY
(Co-sponsored with International Relations, 4-U)
Chair:    Michael Wallerstein, Northwestern University, m-wallerstein@northwestern.edu
Panel:    Jose Antonio Cheibub, Yale University, jose.cheibub@yale.edu
          Mark Gasiorowski, Louisiana State University, pogasi@lsu.edu
          Monty Marshall, University of Maryland, mmarshall@cidcm.umd.edu
          Christian Davenport, University of Maryland, cdavenport@cidcm.umd.edu
          Scott Gates, Michigan State University, gatess@pilot.msu.edu
          Michael E. Alvarez, DePaul University, malvarez@wppost.depaul.edu


Panel 4-A                                                         SANDBURG 7
ROUNDTABLE ON UPDATING THE COW MILITARIZED DISPUTE DATA SET
Chair:    Stuart A Bremer, Penn State University, sbremer@psu.edu




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Disc:       Glenn Palmer, Penn State University, gpalmer@psu.edu
            Paul Hensel, Florida State University, phensel@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
            Daniel S. Geller, University of Mississippi, psgeller@olemiss.edu
            Brian Pollins, Ohio State University, pollins.1@osu.edu
            Scott Bennett, Penn State University, sbennett@psu.edu
            Charles S. Gochman, University of Pittsburgh, gochman@pitt.edu
            James Lee Ray, Vanderbilt University, james.l.ray@vanderbilt.edu
            Paul F. Diehl, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign,
            p-diehl@uiuc.edu


Panel 5-A                                                                LASALLE 5
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF REGIONAL INSTITUTIONS
Chair:    Thomas Oatley, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,
          toatley@email.unc.edu
Papers: “Regional Currency Institutions Beyond West Europe: Government Preferences
          and the Legacy of Past Institutions,” Scott Cooper, Brigham Young University,
          scott_cooper@byu.edu
          “Security Mechanisms in Regional Trade Agreements: Are They Making the
          Regions Safe for Trade,” Kathy Powers, University of Arizona,
          powersk@u.arizona.edu
          “A Computer Simulation of Preferential Trade Arrangements,” Daniel Kono,
          University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, yuch@email.unc.edu
          “Multilateral Determinants of Regionalism: The Effects of GATT/WTO on the
          Formation of Preferential Trading Arrangements,” Edward Mansfield, Ohio State
          University, Mansfield@polisci.sbs.ohio-state.edu Eric Reinhardt, Emory
          University, erein@emory.edu
Disc:     Thomas Oatley, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,
          toatley@email.unc.edu



Panel 5-D                                                                PARLOR F
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION
Chair:    Christopher Anderson, Binghamton University, canders@binghamton.edu
Papers: “Post Communist Support for Pro- and Anti-Integration Parties: A Macro and
          Micro Analysis,” Alexander Pacek, Texas A&M University,
          e339ap@polisci.tamu.edu; Joshua Tucker, Princeton University,
          jtucker@princeton.edu
          “Economics, Politics and Timing in Second Order Elections.” Guy Whitten,
          Texas A&M University, whitten@polisci.tamu.edu
          “Taking Advantage: The Expansion of Extremist Parties in Post-Maastricht
          Europe,” Robert Bohrer, Gettysburg College, rbohrer@gettsburg.edu Lauren
          Krohen, Gettysburg College; Alexander Tan, University of North Texas,
          atan@unt.edu
          “Globalization, the Welfare State, and Right-Wing Populism in Western Europe,”
          Duane Swank, Marquette University, duane.swank@marquette.edu Hans-
          Georg Betz, York University
Disc:     Christopher Anderson, Binghamton University, canders@binghamton.edu


Panel 6-A                                                                CLARK 7




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THEORIES OF REPRESENTATION
Chair:  Patrick Sellers, Davidson College, pasellers@davidson.edu
Papers: “Beyond the Demand-Input Model: A Theory of Representational Linkages.”
        Patricia Hurley, Texas A&M University, pat_hurley@polisci.tamu.edu Kim
        Quaile Hill, Texas A&M University, e39kg@polisci.tamu.edu
        “Issue Characteristics and the Relationship between Public Opinion and Public
        Policy.” Lawrence J. Grossback, West Virginia University, Lgrossba@wvu.edu
        “Which Came First? The Dynamics of Attitude Structures and Public Policy.”
        David Levin, American University, LEVIND@ojp.usdoj.gov
Disc:   Michael MacKuen, University of North Carolina, MacKuen@unc.edu
        Patrick Sellers, Davidson College, pasellers@davidson.edu


Panel 7-A                                                                 PDR 5
DECLINING VOTER TURNOUT
Chair:    Eric Shickler Berkeley schick@socrates.berkeley.edu
Papers: “Declining Voter Turnout.” Jack Citrin, University of California, Berkeley,
          gojack@uclink4.berkeley.edu Eric Schickler, University of California, Berkeley
          schick@socrates.berkeley.edu
          “Agent-Based Models of Voting Turnout.” Meredith Rolfe, University of Chicago,
          m-rolfe@uchicago.edu
          “Voter Turnout as a Dynamic Process.” Gregory A. Pettis, University of North
          Carolina at Chapel Hill, gpettis@email.unc.edu
          “Why has Voter Turnout Declined? Because it has Not: Conceptual Bias and
          Voter Turnout Rates, 1776-2000.” Charles A. Kromkowski, University of
          Virginia, cak5u@virginia.edu
Disc:     Alan D. Monroe, Illinois State University, admonr1@ilstu.edu


Panel 7-D                                                                 DEARBORN 2
PARTICIPATION ACROSS THE LIFE CYCLE
Chair:    Roberta S. Sigel, Rutgers University, rsigel@aol.com
Papers: “The Aging American Voter: Changes in Voting Participation Across the Life
          Span.” Thomas B. Jankowski, Wayne State University,
          t.jankowski@wayne.edu
          “Gender Differences in Citizen-Level Democratic Citizenship: Evidence from the
          Comparative Study of Electoral Systems.” Virginia Sapiro, University of
          Wisconsin, Madison, sapiro@polisci.wisc.edu Michele Claibourn, University of
          Wisconsin, Madison
          “Growing Up, Settling Down, and Becoming Active: Political Participation Across
          the Life Span.” Kay Schlozman, Boston College, kschloz@bc.edu Henry
          Brady, University of California, Berkeley, hbrady@bravo.berkeley.edu Sidney
          Verba, Harvard University, sverba@harvard.edu Jennifer Erkulwater, Boston
          College
          “Participation and Interest in Politics: A Mother/Daughters Comparison.” Roberta
          S. Sigel, Rutgers University, rsigel@aol.com Krista Jenkins, Rutgers University,
          kristaj@eden.rutgers.edu
Disc:     Paul Beck, Ohio State University, beck.9@osu.edu

Panel 7-AA                                                              PDR 4
NEGATIVE CAMPAIGNING
(Co-sponsored with Mass Media and Political Communication, 8-H)




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Chair:    James Garand, Louisiana State University, pogara@lsu.edu
Papers:   “Explaining the Mediated Effects of Negative Campaign Advertising on Voter
          Turnout.” James Garand, Louisiana State University, pogara@lsu.edu Kristy L.
          Graddy, Louisiana State University, kgraddy@ololrmc.com
          “The Effectiveness of Negative Campaigning in U.S. Senate Elections.”
          Christopher Bratcher, Millsaps College, bratccn@millsaps.edu
          “Going Negative, the Media, and American Public Opinioni.” John Lapinski,
          Yale University, john.lapinski@yale.edu Joshua David Clinton, Stanford
          University, jclinton@stanford.edu
          “Campaign Advertising, Perceptions of Fairness, and the Voter.” L. Dale Lawton,
          University of Virginia, Lawton@virginia.edu Paul Freedman, University of
          Virginia, freedman@virginia.edu
Disc:     John Geer, Vanderbilt University, geer@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu


Panel 8-A                                                               CLARK 5
POLITICAL ISSUES AND AGENDAS IN THE MEDIA
Chair:    Richard Sobel, Harvard University, rsobel@law.harvard.edu
Papers: “Reconsidering Competition and the Dynamics of Political Debate.” Jennifer
          Jerit, University of Illinois, jerit@uiuc.edu
          “He’s Stealing My Issues! Clinton on Crime.” David B. Holian, University of
          North Carolina Greensboro, dbholian@uncg.edu
          “Turbulent Times: Understanding the Development of the Public Agenda 1964-
          1971.” Adam Berinsky, Princeton University, berinsky@princeton.edu
          Christopher Karpowitz, Princeton University, karpowtz@princeton.edu
          “Race Matters: The Impact of News Coverage on Welfare Reform on Public
          Opinion.” James Avery, University of Kentucky, jmaver0@pop.uky.edu Mark
          Peffley, University of Kentucky, mpeffl@pop.uky.edu
Disc:     Richard Sobel, Harvard University, rsobel@law.harvard.edu


Panel 9-A                                                                  PDR 7
PUBLIC POLICY AND WOMEN’S ISSUES
Chair:    Sue Tolleson-Rinehart, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,
          suetr@unc.edu
Papers: “Making Women’s Health Policy: A Comparison of Two Political Arenas.”
          Trudy Steuernagel, Kent State University, tsteuern@kent.edu Caroline Tolbert,
          Kent State University.
          “The Framing of Women and Rights: Assisted Reproductive Technology Policy in
          Germany.” Irene J. Barnett, Kent State University, ibarnett@kent.edu
          “Living at the Margin: Women and Domestic Violence Policy in Post-Communist
          Poland.” Laura Brunell, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, brunell@uwosh.edu
          “The Political and Policy Process of the Decriminalization of Abortion in Mexico.”
          Linda S. Stevenson, Morehead State University, l.Stevenson@morehead-st.edu
Disc:     Jyl Josephson, Illinois State University, jjosep@ilstu.edu


Panel 10-A                                                                PDR 6
RACE, CLASS AND REPRESENTATION IN AMERICA
Chair:   Katherine Tate, University of California at Irvine, ktate@uci.edu
Papers: “The Impact of State Disenfranchisement Laws on African-American Voting
         Behavior”, Amelia Gavin, University of Michigan, gavina@umich.edu Aman




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          McLeod, University of Michigan, almcleod@umich.edu Ismail White, University
          of Michigan, ikwhite@umich.edu
          “Can’t We All Just Get Along? Redistricting Policy: DOJ, the Voting Rights Act
          and the Courts” Keesha Middlemass Scott, University of Georgia,
          midlemas@arches.uga.edu
          “Symbolic Benefits of Descriptive Representation”, Christine LeVeaux Sharpe,
          University of Houston, clevsharpe@aol.com
          “Legislating Without Constraints: The Impact of Constituency Preferences on
          Policy Representation in Majority-Minority Districts” Claudine Gay, Stanford
          University, cgay@stanford.edu
Disc:     Valeria Sinclair-Chapman, University of Rochester, vsan@troi.cc.rochester.edu


Panel 11-A                                                               MONTROSE 2
MORALITY AND POLITICS
Chair:   Emily Gill, Bradley University, gill@hilltop.bradley.edu
Papers: “Faith in Liberalism: The Uneasy Status of Religion in Rawlsian Public Reason.”
         Steven Mazie, University of Michigan, mazie@umich.edu
         “Attempting to Reconcile Religion and Democracy: The Political Thought of Pope
         John Paul II.” Paul Eric Plavcan, University of Connecticut,
         paul.plavcan@uconn.edu
         “Piety, Modernity, and Decline: The Religious Narrative of Liberal Decay.”
         Andrew Murphy, University of Chicago, amurphy@uchicago.edu
         “Edmund Burke and the ‘Crisis of Authority.” Steven P. Millies, The Catholic
         University of America, millies@cua.edu
Disc:    Mary Segers, Rutgers University, segers@andromeda.rutgers.edu


Panel 12-A                                                              MONTROSE 3
SHAKESPEARE’S ROME
Chair:   Lilly J. Goren, The College of St. Catherine, ljgoren@stkate.edu
Papers: “Nature and the City: Coriolanus and his Rome.” Peter Josephson, University of
         New Hampshire, pjosephson@lacademy.edu
         “Misanthropy in Politics and Philosophy: Timon of Athens and Coriolanus.”
         Joseph H. Lane, Emory and Henry College, jhlane@ehc.edu
         “Rome Comes to England in Shakespeare's Cymbeline.” Rafe Major, University
         of North Texas, rafem@yahoo.com
         “Lucrece and Titus Andronicus: Beginnings and Endings in Shakespeare's
         Rome.” Vicki Murray, University of Dallas, thymos@aol.com
Disc:    Lilly J. Goren, The College of St. Catherine, ljgoren@stkate.edu


Panel 13-A                                                              LASALLE 1
INFORMATION AND INSTITUTIONS
Chair:   Sean Gailmard, California Institute of Technology, gailmard@hss.caltech.edu
Papers: "Simple Spatial Models of Delegation." Adam Meirowitz, Stanford University,
         ameirow@stanford.edu Jonathan Bendor, Stanford University,
         fbednor@stanford.edu Ami Glazer, University of California, Irvine,
         aglazer@uci.edu Thomas H. Hammond, Michigan State University,
         thammond@msu.edu
         "An Informational Model of En Banc Review in the Federal Appellate Circuits."




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          Mark Strahan, Washington University, mestraha@artsci.wustl.edu
          "Legislators and Journalists as Strategic Actors in the Newsmaking Process."
          Brian J. Fogerty, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
          fogarty@email.unc.edu
          “A Strategic Perspective on Bureaucratic Redundancy.” Michael Ting, University
          of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, mmting@unc.edu
Disc:     James Snyder, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, millett@mit.edu
          Sean Gailmard, Cal Tech University, gailmard@hss.caltech.edu

Panel 14-A                                                                LASALLE 2
MODELS OF ELECTORAL POLITICS
Chair:   TBA
Papers: "Congressional Election sand the Presidential Election Cycle: Coattails vs.
         Balancing." Robert S. Erikson, Columbia University, rse14@columbia.edu
         "Is all Political Economics Local? National Elections and Local Economic
         Conditions." Gregory Wawro, Columbia University, gjw10@columbia.edu
         " How Stock Market Volatility Affects Support for Social Security Privatization."
         Jason Barabas, Princeton University, jbarabas@princeton.edu
Disc:    TBA


Panel 15-B                                                             MONTROSE 1
AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: PAUL FRYMER’S UNEASY ALLIANCES: RACE AND
PARTY COMPETITION IN AMERICA
Chair:   John J. Coleman, University of Wisconsin, coleman@polisci.wisc.edu
Panel:   Michael Dawson, University of Chicago, mc-dawson@uchicago.edu;
         David Canon, University of Wisconsin, dcanon@polisci.wisc.edu;
         Paul Frymer, University of California, pfrymer@uclink4.berkeley.edu


Panel 17-B                                                           STATE BALLROOM
                           TH
ROUNDTABLE ON THE 107 CONGRESS “GUARANTEED GRIDLOCK OR CIVILITY
AND COOPERATION: GEORGE W. BUSH AND THE U.S. CONGRESS.”
Chair:   Barbara Sinclair, University of California, Los Angeles, sinclair@polisci.ucla.edu
Panel:   Christine DeGregorio, American University, cdegreg@american.edu
         Thomas E. Mann, The Brookings Institution, tmann@brook.edu
         Bruce Oppenheimer, Vanderbilt University, oppenhb@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu
         Barbara Sinclair, University of California, Los Angeles, sinclair@polisci.ucla.edu
         Steven Smith, Washington University, sssmith@polisci.umn.edu


Panel 17-M                                                           DEARBORN 3
LEGISLATIVE INCUMBENTS AND INSTITUTIONS ABROAD
Chair:   Olga Shvetsova, Washington University, shvetso@artsci.wustl.edu
Papers: "It’s Now Who You Are But What You Are: Parliamentary Positions and
         Incumbency Effects in Canada and Great Britain." David Docherty, Wilfrid
         Laurier University, ddochert@wlu.ca
         "The Impact of Bicameralism on Coalition Formation." James Druckman,
         University of Minnesota, druckman@polisci.umn.edu David Samuels, University
         of Minnesota, dsamuels@polisci.umn.edu Michael F. Thies, University of
         California, Los Angeles, thies@nicco.sscnet.ucla.edu




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         "Party Fluidity and Legislators’ Vote Choices: The Italian Chamber of Deputies,
         1996-2000." Carol Mershon, University of Virginia, cam6m@virginia.edu
         William B. Heller, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, wbheller@post.harvard.edu
         "Roll Call Voting Coalitions in the New Scottish Parliament." William Shaffer,
         Purdue University, shaffer@polsci.purdue.edu
         "Constituency Activity in Westminster-Style Parliaments." Garry Young,
         University of Missouri, youngg@missouri.edu Valerie Heitshusen, University of
         Missouri, heitshusenv@missouri.edu David Wood University of Missouri,
         woodd@missouri.edu
Disc:    Olga Shvetsova, Washington University, shvetso@artsci.wustl.edu
         John McAdams, Marquette University, john.mcadams@marquette.edu
Panel 18-A                                                                LASALLE 3
SOURCES OF SUPREME COURT DECISION MAKING: THEORY, TRADITION,
CUSTOM, AND CHAOS
(Co-sponsored by Political Theory and Philosophy–Approaches, see 12-Q)
Chair:   Robert L. Clinton, Southern Illinois University Carbondale, rclinton@siu.edu
Papers: "John Stuart Mill's Humanism and the Substance of Modern Constitutional
         Jurisprudence." Christopher Budzisz, Loras College, cbudzisz@loras.edu
         "The First Amendment and Chaos Theory." Kevin Walsh, Broward College,
         kwalsh2@broward.cc.fl.us
         "The Clash of the Titans: Tradition vs. Democracy" Joseph B. Lang, Southern
         Illinois University Carbondale, jlang68@hotmail.com
         “The Supreme Court’s Federalism Jurisprudence and the Rise of the New Right.”
         Paul Chen, paulc@usc.edu
Disc:    Matthew J. Franck, Radford University, mfranck@radford.edu


Panel 19-A                                                               LASALLE 4
CRIME POLICY ACROSS THE STATES
Chair:   Jeffrey Yates, University of Georgia, jyates@uga.edu
Papers: “State-driven Federalism and Ideological Shirking: The Case of Gun Control in
         the United States.” Paul Schlomer, University of Wisconsin – Madison,
         pschlome@polisci.wisc.edu
         “Politics of Criminal Justice Policy.” Jackson Williams, University of Illinois –
         Chicago, jackson_Williams@msn.com
         “The Legislature as a Source of Change in State Correctional Policy.” Fred
         Meyer, Ball State University, Fmeyer@GW.bsu.edu Ralph Baker, Ball State
         University, rbaker666@aol.com
         “Gubernatorial Lobbying in the U.S. Congress.” Troy E. Smith, Bucknell
         University, tesmith@bucknell.edu
Disc:    William Taggart, New Mexico State University, witaggar@nmsu.edu


Panel 20-A                                                           PDR 8
WHAT DRIVES URBAN INNOVATION?
Chair:   Terry Nichols Clark, University of Chicago, tnclark@midway.uchicago.edu
Papers: “The Politics of the New Public Management in American Cities.” Kenneth
         Wong, University of Chicago, k-wong@uchicago.edu
         “Balanced Growth Strategies.” Joe McElroy, McElroy Associates,
         joemcelroy43@aol.com
         “What Generates Urban Innovation?” Bonnie Linstrom, University of Chicago,
         bjlind@uic.edu




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Disc:     Rowan Miranda, Government Finance Officers Association, rmiranda@gfo.org
          Alderman Mary Ann Smith, City of Chicago, ward48@ci.chi.il.us;
          Dennis Judd, University of Illinois at Chicago, djudd@uic.edu




Panel 21-T                                                              PDR 9
INCOME DISTRIBUTION AND REDISTRIBUTION IN CROSS-NATIONAL
PERSPECTIVE: NEW INSIGHTS FROM THE LUXEMBOURG INCOME
Chair:   David Jesuit, Luxembourg Income Study, jesuit@lissy.ceps.lu.
Papers: “Labor Market Institutions, Employment and Income: Cross-National Evidence
         from the Luxembourg Income Study.” David Bradley, University of North
         Carolina-Chapel Hill, dbradley@email.unc.edu.
         “Solo Mothers and Poverty: Do Policies Matter? A Comparative Case Study of
         Canada, Sweden, and Belgium.” Ann Morissens, Luxembourg Income Study,
         ann@lissy.ceps.lu.
         “The Relationship between Political and Economic Ineqaulity in the Regions of
         the Developed World.” David Jesuit, Luxembourg Income Study,
         jesuit@lissy.ceps.lu.
         “Welfare State Adaptation in the European Union and the Redistribution of
         Income.” Koen Vleminckx, Catholic Universityof Louvain,
         Koen.Vleminckx@soc.kuleuven.ac.be.
Disc:    Vincent Mahler, Loyola University of Chicago, vmahler@luc.edu.




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                                Thursday 3:30-5:15
Panel 1-D                                                                 SANDBURG 2
POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS AND ECONOMIC OUTCOMES
Chair:    TBA
Papers: "Institutional Transparency, Accountability, and Fiscal Policy Outcomes in OECD
          Countries.” James Alt, Harvard University, jalt@latte.harvard.edu David
          Lassen, University of Copenhagen, David.Dreyer.Lassen@econ.ku.dk David
          Skilling, Harvard University, David_skilling@ksg.harvard.edu
          “Federalism, State Politics, and Macroeconomic Policy around the World.” Erik
          Wibbels University of Washington, Seattle, ewibbels@u.washington.edu
          Jonathan Rodden, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Jrodden@mit.edu
          “Institutions and Insecurity in the Global Economy.” Peter Lange, Duke
          University, Peter.Lange@duke.edu Laura Stephenson, Duke University,
          lbs5@duke.edu Claire Kramer, Duke University, cvk@duke.edu
          “Citizen Support for Domestic Economic Liberalization in Industrialized
          Democracies.” Karl Kaltenthaler, Rhodes College, kaltenthaler@rhodes.edu
Disc:     TBA


Panel 1-O                                                                SANDBURG 3
POLITICS OF REFORM AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN JAPAN
Chair:   Bernard S. Silberman, University of Chicago, appl@midway.uchicago.edu
Papers: "The Importance of Leadership in the Process of Political Reform: The Case
         of Ozawa Ichiro." Alisa Gaunder, University of California, Berkeley,
         agaunder@socrates.berkeley.edu
         "Path-Dependency and Electoral System Change in Japan." Rieko Kage,
         Harvard University, kage@fas.harvard.edu
         "Not with a Bang, but with a Whimper: the Big Bang and Tax Policy." Daniel P.
         Aldrich, Harvard University, aldrich@fas.harvard.edu
         "Leveraging Transparency: Freedom of Information and Court Intervention in
         State-Society Relations in Japan." Jonathan Marshall, University of California,
         Berkeley, jdmarshl@socrates.berkeley.edu
Disc:    Bernard S. Silberman, University of Chicago, appl@midway.uchicago.edu


Panel 3-B                                                                 LASALLE 5
ROUNDTABLE ON THE STATE OF DEMOCRATIZATION
Chair:    Jonathan Hartlyn, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, hartlyn@unc.edu
Panel:    Robert Kaufman, Rutgers University, kaufrutger@aol.com
          Nicolas van de Walle, Michigan State University, vandewal@pilot.msu.edu
          Gerardo Munck, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, g-munck@uiuc.edu
          Olga Shvetsova, Washington University in St. Louis, shvetso@artsci.wustl.edu


Panel 3-D                                                                 SANDBURG 6
CONTENTIOUS TRANSITIONS: EXPLORATIONS OF PROTEST, REPRESSION, AND
REGIME CHANGE
Chair:    Rasma Karklins, University of Illinois at Chicago, karklins@uic.edu
Papers: “Regime Transitions and the Relationship between Protest and Repression.”
          Ronald A. Francisco, University of Kansas, ronfran@lark.cc.ukans.edu
          “To Kill and/or Not to Sanction, That is The Question: A Cross-National
          Investigation of Democratic Pacification.”
          Christian Davenport, University of Maryland, cdavenport@cidcm.umd.edu




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          “Stumbling Toward Democracy: Moving Targets and Shifting Repression During
          Political Transitions in Central – East Europe, 1980 – 1995.”
          Claudia Dahlerus, University of Colorado, dahlerus@colorado.edu
Disc:     Rasma Karklins, University of Illinois at Chicago, karklins@uic.edu
          Matthew Krain, The College of Wooster, mkrain@wooster.edu

Panel 3-P                                                              DEARBORN 2
PARTIES AND ELECTIONS IN LATIN AMERICA
Chair:   William B. Heller, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, wbheller@post.harvard.edu
Papers: “Accounting for Unexpected Success: Gender Quotas Without Placement
         Mandates in Peruvian Municipal Elections.” Gregory Schmidt, Northern Illinois
         University, gschmidt@niu.edu
         “Party System Collapse and Political Regime Change: Peru & Venezuela
         Compared.” David Myers, The Pennsylvania State University, djm8@psu.edu
         Henry Dietz, University of Texas, dietz@mail.utexas.edu
         “Economic Evaluations and Presidential Approval in Peru, 1992-2000.” Jana
         Morgan Kelly, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
         jmkelly7@email.unc.edu
Disc:    John Booth, University of North Texas, john.booth5@gte.net

Panel 4-C                                                                SANDBURG 7
TRADE AND INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT
(Co-Sponsored with International Political Economy, 5K)
Chair:    Solomon W. Polachek, SUNY-Binghamton University,
          polachek@binghamton.edu
Papers: “Commerce and Conquest: Systemic Incentives for Trade and Conflict and the
          Frequency of War, 1850-1990.” Christopher Way, Cornell University,
          crw12@cornell.edu
          “Interdependence and Militarized Conflict: Toward a Signaling Theory of Trade.”
          Jana von Stein, University of California-Los Angeles, jvonstei@ucla.edu
          “Asymmetrical Trade Relations and Militarized Conflict.” Havard Hegre,
          University of Oslo, havard.hegre@stv.uio.no
          “Trade and Conflict: Does Measurement Make a Difference?” Jon C.
          Pevehouse, University of Wisconsin, pevehous@polisci.wisc.edu
Disc:     Solomon W. Polachek, SUNY-Binghamton University,
          polachek@binghamton.edu


Panel 6-C                                                                     CLARK 7
POLITICAL PERSUASION
Chair:    James Druckman, University of Minnesota, druckman@polisci.umn.edu
Papers: “Political Advertising: Origins of an Echo?” Paul G. Harwood, University of
          Maryland, pharwood@gvpt.umd.edu
          “Rats” or Just “Bureaucrats”? An Experiment Testing the Effect of “Subliminals”
          in a Presidential Race Advertisement on Viewer Response.” Patrick A. Stewart,
          Arkansas State University, pstewart@toltec.astate.edu
          “The Effects of Elite Signals on the Interpretation of Political Scandal.” Matthew
          Scandal Immunity Factors.” Theresa Capelos, State University of New York at
          Stony Brook, tcapelos@ic.sunysb.edu
Disc:     Howard Lavine, State University of New York at Stony Brook,
          hlavine@notes.cc.sunysb.edu




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Panel 7-K                                                                 PDR 5
MIXED ELECTORAL SYSTEMS
Chair:    Erik S. Herron, Michigan State University, herrone2@msu.edu
Papers: “The Political Consequences of Institutional Variation Among Mixed Electoral
          Systems.” Erik S. Herron, Michigan State University, herrone2@msu.edu Misa
          Nishikawa, Michigan State University, nishikaw@msu.edu
          “A Cross-National Study of Strategic Voting in Mixed Electoral Systems.” Robert
          G. Moser, University of Texas at Austin, rmoser@mail.la.utexas.edu Ethan
          Scheiner, Duke University, scheiner@duke.edu
          “The Ideological Link: Russian SMDs and their Constituents.” Frank C. Thames,
          Jr., College of William and Mary, fctham@wm.edu
Disc:     Mark Jones, Michigan State University, mark.jones@ssc.msu.edu


Panel 7-P                                                                  PDR 4
LATINO POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
Chair:    Stephen C. RoberdsSouthern Utah University roberds@suu.edu
Papers: “Latino Turnout in Texas: A Community Effects as Political Intermediation.”
          Jaesung Ryu, University of Texas at Austin, jryu@mail.la.utexas.edu
          “Exploring the Dimensions of Latino Political Participation.” Anna Maria Ortiz,
          University of Michigan, amortiz@umich.edu Patricia Cortez, University of
          Michigan, cortez@umich.edu
          “Latinos in the 1991 and 1995 Mayoral Elections.” Jaime Dominguez University
          of Illinois at Chicago jdomin2@uic.edu
          ‘The Latinization of the American Vote: Strategic Mobilization of Latinos in
          Presidential Campaign 2000.” Elva Patricia Cortez, University of Michigan,
          cortez@umich.edu
Disc:     Chris Parker Grinnell College, parkerc@grinnell.edu


Panel 8-C                                                               CLARK 5
POLITICS AND THE NEWS
Chair:    Jan P. Vermeer, Nebraska Wesleyan University, jpv@NebrWesleyan.edu
Papers: “Beyond the Stereotype: Political Content in Broadcast News.” Doris Graber,
          University of Illinois, dgraber@uic.edu
          “The Incumbent in the Living Room- The Rise of Television and the Incumbency
          Advantage in U.S. House Elections.” Markus Prior, Stanford University,
          mprior@leland.stanford.edu
          “Spin Control in Presidential Press Conferences.” Roger Larocca, Purdue
          University, larocca@polsci.purdue.edu Neil Strine, Purdue University
          “Ad Wars 2000: The Keystone State.” Glenn W. Richardson Jr., Kutztown
          University, richards@kutztown.edu
Disc:     Jan P. Vermeer, Nebraska Wesleyan University, jpv@NebrWesleyan.edu




Panel 9-K                                                               PDR 7




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WOMEN’S CAMPAIGNS IN THE 90S
Chair:  Katina Stapleton, Syracuse University, kstaplet@maxwell.syr.edu
Papers: “Does Gender Matter? Differences Between Women’s and Men’s Campaigns.”
        Paul S. Herrnson, University of Maryland, College Park,
        pherrnson@gvpt.umd.edu; J. Celeste Lay, University of Maryland, College Park,
        clay@gvpt.umd.edu; Atiya Kai Stokes, University of Maryland, College Park,
        astokes@gvpt.umd.edu
         “Gender Consciousness vs. Cultural Consciousness: Women State Legislative
        Candidates in the South.” Matthew Streb, Loyola Marymount University,
        mstreb@lmu.edu; Tracy Osborn, University of Indiana, tosborn@indiana.edu
Disc:   Janet Boles, Marquette University, janet.boles@marquette.edu


Panel 10-I                                                              PDR 6
THE LIMITS OF LEGAL SOVEREIGNTY: CULTURAL CONSTRAINTS ON INDIGENOUS
RIGHTS
Chair:    Paula Mohan, University of Wisconsin at Whitewater, mohaninmad@prodigy.net
Papers: “Trifederalism in the Aftermath of Teague v. Bad River Band of the Lake Superior
          Tribe of Chippewa Indians, 599 N.W. 2d 911 (2000): The Interaction of State and
          Tribal Courts in Wisconsin, Carol Tebbins, University of Wisconsin at Parkside,
          carol.tebben@uwp.edu
          “Undermining the Promises by Undermining the Premises: Policy Conversations
          Between Tribal Governments and the State of Wisconsin”, Paula Mohan,
          University of Wisconsin at Whitewater, mohaninmad@prodigy.net;
Disc:     Susan E. Grogan, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, segrogan@osprey.smcm.edu


Panel 11-B                                                             MONTROSE 2
MADISON, HAMILTON, JEFFERSON AND THE ANTI-FEDERALISTS: IDEOLOGICAL
CONTROVERSIES IN THE EARLY AMERICAN REPUBLIC
Chair:   Verity Smith, University of California, San Diego, vsmith@weber.ucsd.edu
Papers: “James Madison and the Question of Consistency: The Significance and Promise
         of Recent Scholarship.” Alan Gibson, Ambrose University,
         agibson@saunix.sau.edu
         “Publius in Constitutional Time: The Mutual Search for Incompatible Equilibria.”
         David Siemers, Colorado College
         “Independence and Anti-Federalism; or, Why the Anti-Federalists Lost.” Andrew
         M. Hall,University of Virginia, amh3g@virginia.edu
         “Alexander Hamilton’s View of Thomas Jefferson’s Ideology and Character.”
         James Read, College of St. Benedict, jread@csbsju.edu
Disc:    Verity Smith, University of California, San Diego, vsmith@weber.ucsd.edu


Panel 11-O                                                              CLARK 10
THE ENLIGHTENMENT
Chair:   Donald J. Maletz, University of Oklahoma, djmaletz@ou.edu
Papers: “Whose Context, Which Impartiality?” Fonna Forman Dubin, Virginia Tech,
         f-dubin@uchicago.edu
         “Bridging Power in History: Reading Montesquieu Against Foucault.” Keith
         Topper, University of South Carolina, ktopper@sc.edu
         “On Our Neglect of the Political Theory of Cesare Beccaria.” Adebajo Amusa,
         Harvard University, amusa@fas.harvard.edu




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          “The Land of Chimeras: Mary Wollstonecraft’s Critique of Rousseau’s Natural
          Rights Theory.” Natalie Fuehrer, Fordham University,
          fuehrer@murray.fordham.edu
Disc:     Eduardo Velasquez, Washington and Lee University, velasqueze@wlu.edu


Panel 12-C                                                                 MONTROSE 3
POETICS OF POLITICS
Chair:   Stephen K. White, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, stwhite@vt.edu
Papers: “Metaphor, Commensurability, and Fairness--Aristotle on the justice of setting
         ‘this’ equal to ‘that.’” Danielle Allen, University of Chicago,
         dsallen@midway.uchicago.edu
         “The Politics and Poetics of Recognition: Action and Identity in Antigone
         and Aristotle.” Patchen Markell, University of Chicago, p-markell@uchicago.edu
         “The Poets and the Polis: On the Uses and Disadvantages of Plato for
         Nietzsche.” Thomas Bartscherer University of Chicago, thom@uchicago.edu
Disc:    Sarah Monoson, Northwestern University, s-monoson@northwestern.edu


Panel 14-C                                                       LASALLE 2
ESTIMATING CHARACTERISTICS OF PUBLIC OPINION
Chair:   TBA
Papers: "How much have the Frozen Cleavages Thawed in Western Europe?" Guy
         Whitten, Texas A&M University, whitten@polisci.tamu.edu
Disc:    TBA


Panel 15-D                                                               MONTROSE 1
ORGANIZATION, MEDIA, AND STRATEGY IN THE PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATING
SYSTEM (Co-sponsored with Presidency and Executive Politics, see 16G)
Chair:   Steven E. Schier, Carleton College, sschier@carleton.edu
Papers: “Primarily Front-loading. . . Modeling States' Primary Scheduling as a Prisoner's
         Dilemma.” Christopher Carman, University of Pittsburgh, carman@pitt.edu;
         David Barker, University of Pittsburgh, dbarker@pitt.edu
         “How Important is Early Organization to Winning Presidential Nominations? An
         Analysis of Pre-Primary Campaign Organization in the Post-Reform Era.”
         Andrew James Dowdle, Fayetteville State University, adowdle@uncfsu.edu
         Randall E. Adkins, University of Nebraska at Omaha,
         Randall_Adkins/CAS/UNO/UNEBR@unomail.unomaha.edu
         “The Mass Media, Party Elites, and the Evolution of the Presidential Nominating
         System, 1972-2000.” John Zaller, UCLA, zaller@ucla.edu
         “Changing News Media Coverage of Presidential Nominating Campaigns, 1972
         to 2000.” Wayne P. Steger, DePaul University, wsteger@wppost.depaul.edu,
         Phoebe Connelly DePaul University
Disc:    Larry M. Bartels, Princeton University, bartels@princeton.edu




Panel 17-C                                                          DEARBORN 2
PATROLLING THE BUREAUCRACY
Chair:   Brad T. Gomez, University of South Carolina, gomezbt@sc.edu




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Papers:   "Republican Oversight." Joel D. Aberbach, University of California, Los Angeles,
          aberbach@polisci.ucla.edu
          "Oversight Over Time: An Operational Measure of Police Patrols and Fire
          Alarms." Christopher J. Deering, George Washington University,
          rocket@gwu.edu Steven Balla, George Washington University, sballa@gwu.edu
          "Multiple Principals and Outside Information in Legislative-Bureaucratic
          Interaction." Sean Gailmard, California Institute of Technology,
          gailmard@hss.caltech.edu.
          "Disasters, Delegation, and Institutional Design." Jacob Gersen, University of
          Chicago, j-gersen@uchicago.edu
Disc:     Garry Young, University of Missouri, youngg@missouri.edu


Panel 17-N                                                             DEARBORN 3
LEADERS, PARTIES, AND ELECTIONS
Chair:   Nancy Kursman, University of Michigan, Dearborn, nkursman@hotmail.com
Papers: "Message Politics in the House and Senate." C. Lawrence Evans, College of
         William and Mary, clevan@wm.edu Mark Oleszek, College of William and Mary,
         mjoles@wm.edu
         "Legislative Learning in the Modern Congress." T. Jens Feeley, University of
         Washington, tjfeeley@u.washington.edu
         "Be Careful What You Wish For: House Democrats and the Permanent
         Campaign." Burdett Loomis, University of Kansas, b-loomis@ukans.edu
         "Using Deadlines to Push Party Policies: A Power of Congressional Leaders."
         Susan Kaye Webb, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
         swebb@email.unc.edu
Disc:    Wendy Schiller, Brown University, wendy_schiller@brown.edu


Panel 18-C                                                              LASALLE 3
STATE COURTS IN THE FEDERAL SYSTEM
(Co-sponsored by State and Intergovernmental Politics, see 19-P)
Chair:   Lettie McSpadden, Northern Illinois University, lettie@niu.edu
Papers: “Argumentation in State Supreme Courts: A Comparison of Litigantand Amicus
         Briefs.” Scott A. Comparato, Southern Illinois University -Carbondale,
         scompara@siu.edu
         “Policy Change and State Courts: The Case of Education Finance Reform
         Robert Howard, Georgia State University, polrhh@panther.gsu.edu
         Christine Roch, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, Georgia State
         University, croch@gsu.edu
         “The Myth of Parity Revisited: An Empirical Test of Whether Federal Courts
         Protect Rights More Vigorously than State Courts” Daniel R. Pinello, John Jay
         College of Criminal Justice, CUNY, dpinello@jjay.cuny.edu
         “Issue Salience and State Supreme Court Decision Making” Cynthia Unmack,
         University of California-Davis, clunmack@ucdavis.edu
Disc:    Paul Brace, Rice University, pbrace@rice.edu




Panel 19-C                                                            LASALLE 4
POLICY INNOVATION AND DIFFUSION ACROSS THE STATES
Chair:   Greg M. Shaw, Illinois Wesleyan University, gshaw@titan.iwu.edu




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Papers:   “From Sea to Shining Sea: The Diffusion of Policy Innovations across the
          American States” Andrew Karch, Harvard University, karch@fas.harvard.edu
          “Analyzing the Determinants of State Postsecondary Policy Innovation: Toward a
          ‘Political’ Explanation of the Phenomenon” Michael McLendon, Vanderbilt
          University, michael.k.mclendon@vanderbilt.edu Steven P. Young, Vanderbilt
          University, steve.young@vanderbilt.edu
          “Economic Prosperity and Policy Innovation in State Government” Rhonda S.
          Kinney, Eastern Michigan University, Rhonda.Kinney2@emich.edu Michael
          Harris, Eastern Michigan University, Michael.Harris@emich.edu
Disc:     Juliet F. Gainsborough, University of Miami, Jgainsbo@Miami.edu


Panel 20-H                                                                 PDR 8
STRATEGIC BEHAVIOR AND POLITICAL ACTION: CANDIDATES, CITIZENS, AND
INTEREST GROUPS (Co-Sponsored with Parties and Interest Groups, see 15-C)
Chair:   TBA
Papers: “All for One and Each for Its Own? Charter Schools and Collective Action in the
         District of Columbia.” Thomas Holyoke, The George Washington University,
         tholyoke@gwu.edu Jeffrey R. Henig, The George Washington University,
         henig@gwis2.circ.gwu.edu
         “Local Land Use Initiatives: Exchanging Public Goods for Private Development
         Rights.” Elisabeth R. Gerber, University of California-San Diego,
         egerber@ucsd.edu
         “Social Protest, Political Opportunity, and Private Firms.” David Kirchner,
         Washington University, david6@artsci.wustl.edu
         “The Emergence of Politically Experienced Candidates in Los Angeles and
         Chicago City Council Elections.” Timothy B. Krebs, University of North Carolina,
         Greensboro, tbkrebs@uncg.edu
Disc:    Lana Stein, University of Missouri, St. Louis, lstein@umsl.edu; Richard Hula,
         Michigan State University, rhula@pilot.msu.edu

Panel 21-A                                                                PDR 9
AGENDA BUILDING AS A DYNAMIC PROCESS
AGENDA BUILDING AS A DYNAMIC PROCESSChair:                   Stephen Brooks, University
of Akron, Bliss Institute, sbrooks@uakron.edu
Papers: “The Rise of New Issues and the Growth of Government Since the Second World
          War.” Bryan Jones, University of Washington, bdjones@u.washington.edu
          Frank Baumgartner, Penn State University, frankb@la.psu.edu.
          “The Effects of Public Policy for Civic Engagement Over the Life Course:
          The Case of the G.I. Bill.” Suzanne Mettler, Syracuse University,
          smettler@maxwell.syr.edu.
          “Problem Definition and the Rhetorical Manipulation of Dimension: A Content
          Analysis of Congressional Testimony.” Michael Reinhard, University of Chicago,
          m-reinhard@uchicago.edu Fabio Rojas, University of Chicago,
          fgrojas@uchicago.edu.
          “Power Moves: Turf Wars and Energy Policy, 1917-1998.” Jeff Worsham, West
          Virginia University, jworsham@wvu.edu
Disc:     Jerome Legge, University of Georgia, jworsham@wvu.edu
          Elaine Sharp, University of Kansas, esharp@ukans.edu
Panel 22-E                                                                PARLOR F
ORGANIZATIONS, MARKETS, AND THE PROVISION OF PUBLIC GOODS
Chair:    Mark Schneider, SUNY Stony Brook, mark.schneider@stonybrook.edu
Papers: “Organizations and Inputs: A Path Dependent Analysis of Minority Student




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            THURSDAY, APRIL 19 – 3:30 pm–5:15 pm
         Achievement.” Kenneth Meier, Texas A&M University,
         kmeier@politics.tamu.edu Jerry L. Polinard, UT-Pan American
         polinard@panam.edu Robert Wrinkle, UT-Pan American, rdwe116@panam.edu
         “A Theory of Non-Market Failures: An Analysis of the Hirschman and Tiebout
         Models.” Allen Brierly, University of Northern Iowa, allen.brierly@uni.edu
         “School Choice and Bureaucratic Responsiveness in the Public Schools.”
         Scott A. Abernathy, Princeton University, sfa@princeton.edu
         “Equalizing Educational Opportunities: The Case of Texas School Finance
         Reform.” John Bohte, Oakland University, bohte@oakland.edu;
Disc:    Annette Steinacker, Claremont Graduate University,
         annette.steinacker@cgu.edu



5:30 – 8:00 pm                                                       PDR 17

National Election Study Public Meeting & Reception


5:30 – 7:00 pm                                                    STATE BALLROOM

Pi Sigma Alpha Lecture: Speaker, Ken Prewitt

Name Badges Required



6:00 pm to 8:00 pm                                                 CRYSTAL ROOM

Indiana University Reception


6:00 pm to 8:00 pm                                                   PARLOR H

Chicago Conference for the Study of Political Thought Reception


10:00 pm to 12:00 am                                                 PDR 17

Harvard University Reception




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                                   Friday 8:30-10:15
Section 6 Posters                                                            EXHIBIT HALL
POLITICAL PSYCHOLOGY AND PUBLIC OPINION
1.        “Navigating the Maze: Toward a Theory of Functional Responsibility Attribution in
          a Federal System.” Kevin Arceneaux, Rice University, kevina@rice.edu
2.        “How Stock Market Volatility Affects Support for Social Security Privatization.”
          Jason Barabas, Princeton University, jbarabas@princeton.edu
3.        “An Examination of African-Americans’ Diffuse Support for the United States
          Supreme Court.” Randolph Burnside, University of New Orleans,
          rburnside@uno.edu
4.        “Understanding Public Support for the Military Action in Kosovo: The Influence of
          Framing.” Virginia Chanley, Florida International University, chanleyv@fiu.edu
5.        “Presidential Credibility and Persuasive Power: A Study of the Clinton
          Presidency.” Justin Holmes, University of Minnesota, jholmes@polisci.umn.edu
6.        “First Guys Finish First: The Effect of Ballot Position on Election Outcomes.”
          Jonathan GS Koppell, Yale University, jonathan.koppell@yale.edu; Jennifer A.
          Steen, Boston College Henry Bain
7.        “Great Expectations: The Effect of Expectations in Citizens’ Satisfaction with
          Democratic Performance.” Mary Frances Malone, University of Pittsburgh,
          mfmst2\.@pitt.edu William M. Lies, University of Pittsburgh,
8.        “Policy Preferences and the Economy: A Cross-Time Analysis.” Jennifer
          Merolla, Duke University, jlm18@duke.edu; Laura Stephenson, Duke University
9.        “School Competition or Subsidization of Private Schools? The Effects of Issue
          Framing on Support or Opposition to School Vouchers.” Garrick L. Percival,
          University of California, Riverside, glperival@hotmail.com; C. Richard
          Hofstetter, San Diego State University; Mary G. Currin, San Diego State
          University
10.       “Determinants of Black Public Opinion on Welfare Policy: Race, Values and Self-
          Interest.” Paul Schlomer, University of Wisconsin-Madison,
          pschlome@polisci.wisc.edu


Section 7 Posters
THEMES IN POLITICAL PARTICIPATION
1.        “Reconsidering Measures of Partisan Intensity in Predicting Political
          Participation.” Richard A. Almeida, University of Missouri – Columbia,
          ralmeida@socket.net
2.        “Turning Out in Scotland: Electoral Competitiveness, Electoral Systems, and
          Voter Participation.” Steven A. Galatas, Southeast Missouri State University,
          sgalatas@semovm.semo.edu
3.        “Party Positions and Ticket Splitting.” David Kimball, Southern Illinois University,
          Carbondale, dkimball@siu.edu
4.        “Newspapers and Voter Turnout: A New Look at Public Journalism.” Martha E.
          Kropf, University of Missouri – Kansas City, kropfm@umkc.edu
5.        “Income, Registration, and Turnout: Do They Matter?” Uisoon Kwon, Western
          Michigan University, uiwoon.kwon@wmich.edu
6.        “Too Smart to Vote: A Solution for Low Voter Turnout Among College Students.”
          AJ Quackenbush, Binghamton University, bh11192@binghamton.edu
7.        “Trends in Overseas Voting and Policy Implications: A Cross-National Analysis.”




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          Maria Elena Sandovici, SUNY – Binghamton, mariasando@yahoo.com
Disc:     TBA
           THEMES IN CAMPAIGNS, ELECTIONS, AND DECISION MAKING
1.        “A Window of Opportunity: A Look at Repeat Candidates for U.S. Senate.” Scott
          Lasley, University of Maine, scott.lasley@umit.maine.edu
2.        “The Partisan Balance in Uncontested Seats: Causes and Implications.” Eric
          McGhee, University of California, Berkeley, emcghee@uclink4.berkeley.edu
3.        “Political Internalization and Attention in a Political Choice Task.” Peter
          Muhlberger, Carnegie Mellon University, peterm@andrew.cmu.edu
Disc:     TBA

Section 8 Posters
MASS MEDIA AND POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
1.        “The 'New Media', the Democratic Process, and Public Opinion in America.”
          Jonathan Morris, Purdue University, morris@polsci.purdue.edu
2.        “Television Networks and Partisanship in Latin America” Anibal Perez-Linan,
          University of Notre Dame, aperezli@nd.edu
3.        “Speaking to Voters: An Experimental Study of Word of Mouth vs. Print
          Campaign Communication.” Stephen Brooks, University of Akron,
          sbrooks@uakron.edu; Rick Farmer, University of Akron, rfarmer@uakron.edu
          Deborah Owens, University of Akron, deb@uakron.edu
4.        “Making a Good Impression: Movement Press Release Styles and Newspaper
          Coverage.” David Levin, American University, DL6545A@american.edu
5.        “Election Proximity and Individual Political Information Search.” Myoung-Ho
          Park, Michigan State University, parkmyou@pilot.msu.edu
6.        “Making News or Noise? The Dynamics of News Coverage of Elite Political
          Ethics and Corruption.” Tim Fackler, Univ of Nevada, Las Vegas,
          facklert@nevada.edu
7.        “Presidential Frames and Media Lenses: The effects of presidential justifications,
          levels of interactions, news production routines and reportorial values on New
          York Times coverage of Korean and Gulf war foreign policy decisions.” N. J.
          Frensley, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, frenzy@nevada.edu; Michael P.
          Dube, Univ. Nevada, Las Vegas, dube@powernet.net; David M. Schwartz,
          Univ. Nevada, Las Vegas, dmschwartz2@hotmail.com


Panel 1-E                                                                   SANDBURG 2
COMPARATIVE INSTUTIONS, BARGAINING, AND COALITION FORMATION
(Co-Sponsored with Elections, Voting Behavior and Participation, see 7DD)
Chair:    Indridi H. Indridason, Michigan State University, inin@troi.cc.rochester.edu
Papers: "The Impact of Ideological Diversity on Coalition Bargaining.” Lanny Martin,
          Florida State University, lmartin@garnet.acns.fsu.edu Georg Vanberg, Florida
          State University, gvanberg@mailer.fsu.edu
          “Geographic Ticket Balancing: Local Success at What Price?” Steve Swindle,
          Brigham Young University, Steve_Swindle@byu.edu
          “Lobbying for Protectionist Trade Policy.” Richard Hall, University of Michigan
          Matthew Beckman, University of Michigan, mnbeckma@umich.edu
          “The Party in Electoral Competition: a Statistical Test of Party Behavioral
          Theory.” Byung-Jin Han, SUNY Buffalo, bh8@acsu.buffalo.edu
Disc:     Indridi H. Indridason, Michigan State University, inin@troi.cc.rochester.edu




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Panel 1-F
STRATEGIC VOTING IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
(Co-Sponsored with Elections, Voting Behavior, and Participation, see 7-T)

Panel 1- P                                                               SANDBURG 3
DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL SOURCES OF IMMIGRATION POLITICS
Chair:    Miriam Feldblum, California Institute of Technology, miriam@hss.caltech.edu
Papers: “Immigration and Support for Radical Right Parties.” Terri Givens, University of
          Washington, tgivens@u.washington.edu
          “Immigration Control and the International Political Economy: An Analysis of
          Twelve Industrialized Nations.” Marc Rosenblum, University of New Orleans,
          mrosenbl@uno.edu
          "Who Influences Whom?’ Court-Congress Agenda-Setting Dynamics in U.S.
          Immigration Policy, 1947-1995.” Valerie Hunt, University of Washington,
          vhunt@ucsd.edu
          “Explaining Germany’s Halting Progress towards Multiethnic Tolerance During
          the 1990s.” Kyle Fennell, American University, kfennell@apa.org
Disc:     Miriam Feldblum, California Institute of Technology, miriam@hss.caltech.edu

Panel 2-E                                                                 SANDBURG 4
EXPLAINING AND COUNTERING CORRUPTION: COMPARATIVE STUDIES
Chair:    Robert Charlick, Cleveland State University, r.charlick@csuohio.edu
Papers: "Countering Corruption in China: The Politics of 'Bad' Behavior." Laura M.
          Luehrmann, Wright State University, Laura.Luehrmann@wright.edu
          "Are You Being Served? Political Accountability and Quality of Government."
          Charles Boix, University of Chicago, cboix@midway.uchicago.edu
          "An Evolutionary Model of the Persistence and Change of Social Norms."
          Bumba Mukherjee, Columbia University, sm470@columbia.edu
          "Comparative Theft: Nomenklatura Privatization and the Political Economies of
          Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Russia." Andrew Barnes, University of
          Miami, abarnes@miami.edu
Disc:     Robert Charlick, Cleveland State University , r.charlick@csuohio.edu


Panel 3-E                                                                CLARK 10
THE 2000 ELECTION AND MEXICO’S TRANSITION TO DEMOCRACY
(Co-sponsored with Elections, Voting Behavior, Participation, 7-EE)
Chair:    James McCann, Purdue University, mccann@polsci.purdue.edu
Papers: “Primary Priming: Modeling the Impact of Mexico’s Presidential Primary on
          Voting Behavior in the 2000 Elections.” James McCann, Purdue University,
          mccann@polsci.purdue.edu
          “Media Coverage and Media Effects in Mexico’s 2000 Campaign.” Chappell
          Lawson, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, clawson@mit.edu
          “Region, Religion, and Race as Predictors of Mexican Voting Behavior.”
          Joseph Klesner, Kenyon College, klesner@kenyon.edu
          “Estimating and Explaining Turnout in Mexico’s Presidential Primary.” Federico
          Estevez, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico, festevez@itam.mx
          Alejandro Poire, Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexic, poirerom@itam.mx
Disc:     Marcus Kurtz, Ohio State University,
          kurtz@polisci.sbs.ohio-state.edu




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Panel 3-Q                                                               SANDBURG 6
DEMOCRATIZATION IN EAST CENTRAL EUROPE
Chair:   Louise K. Davidson-Schmich, University of Miami, davidson@miami.edu
Papers: “The Honeymoon is Over: The Split in Support for Marketization and
         Democratization in Post-Communist Countries.” Darby L. Hiller, University of
         Wisconsin-Milwaukee, darby@uwm.edu
         “East German Exceptionalism and the Role of Institutions: A Comparative Study
         of Mass Attitudes Toward Democracy in Eastern Europe.” Peter Doerschler,
         The Pennsylvania State University, ped116@psu.edu
         "Networking in Hungary: The Mechanism of Democratization.” Bianca L. Adair,
         Western Kentucky University, Bianca.adair@wku.edu
         “Charter 77 and the Collapse of Czechoslovak Post-Totalitarianism.” D.
         Christopher Brooks, Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne,
         Donbrook@indiana.edu
Disc:    Louise K. Davidson-Schmich, University of Miami, davidson@miami.edu


Panel 4-D                                                               SANDBURG 7
THE FORMATION, PERSISTENCE, AND TERMINATION OF ENDURING RIVALRIES
Chair:    Brett Ashley Leeds, Florida State University, aleeds@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
Papers: “Holy Trinities and Rivalry Termination: Testing the Kantian and Waltzian
          Tripods.” Cornwell Derekh, Indiana University, dcornell@indiana.edu Michael
          Colaresi, Indiana University, mcolares@indiana.edu
          “From Strategic to Commercial Rivalry: Rivalry Environments in the Past,
          Present and Future.”Joachim Karl Rennstich, Indiana University,
          jrennsti@indiana.edu
          “When to Compromise?-Explaining Rivals’ Preferences and Choices.” Carmela
          Lutmar, New York University, lutmarc@yahoo.com
          “Statebuilding and Interstate Rivarly Formation.” Cameron G. Thies, Louisiana
          State University, cthies1@lsu.edu
Disc:     Brett Ashley Leeds, Florida State University, aleeds@garnet.acns.fsu.edu


Panel 5-B                                                               LASALLE 5
ELECTIONS, ELECTORAL CYCLES AND ECONOMIC OUTCOMES
Chair:    James Alt, Harvard University, james_alt@harvard.edu
Papers: “Economic Representation: The Connection Between Interests and Votes,”
          Jeffrey Ladewig, University of Texas, jladewig@mail.utexas.edu
          “The Economy: Do They Get it Right and Does it Matter?” Raymond Duch,
          University of Houston, rduch@uh.edu
          “The Role of Policymakers in Business Cycle Fluctuations,” James Granato,
          Michigan State University and the National Science Foundation,
          granato@pilot.msu.edu
          “Elections and Exchange Rate Markets,” William Bernhard, University of Illinois
          at Urbana-Champaign, Bernhard@uiuc.edu David Leblang, University of
          Colorado at Boulder, Leblang@colorado.edu
Disc:     James Alt, Harvard University, james_alt@harvard.edu




Panel 6-D                                                               CLARK 7




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CAMPAIGNS, INFORMATION AND BEHAVIOR
Chair:  Ted G. Jelen, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, jelent@nevada.edu
Papers: “Campaign Context and the Schematic Assessment of Congressional
        Candidates.” Jay A. DeSart, Florida Atlantic University, jdesart@fau.edu
        “Contextual Effects and Policy Voting in the 1996 Presidential Election.” Quan Li,
        Texas A&M University, quan@polisci.tamu.edu
        “Campaign and Contextual Explanations of Political Attitudes and Behavior.”
        Robert Stein, Rice University, stein@rice.edu Martin Johnson, Rice University;
        W. Philips Shively, University of Minnesota, shively@polisci.edu
        “The Impact of Electoral Laws on Turnout.” Kelly Murray, University of
        Michigan, irfann@umich.edu
Disc:   Ted G. Jelen, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, jelent@nevada.edu


Panel 7-B                                                                PDR 4
ECONOMIC VOTING
Chair:    Jonathan Nagler, New York University, jonathan.nagler@nyu.edu
Papers: “Researching the Vote: Measures of Vote Choice in Economic Models.” Sara E.
          Keith, SUNY-ESF, sekeith@syr.edu
          “Sources of Voter Evaluations of the Economy.” Suzanna DeBoef, Pennsylvania
          State University, sdeboef@psu.edu Jonathan Nagler, New York University,
          jonathan.nagler@nyu.edu
          “Economic Voting in Great Britain: Evidence from the British Household Panel
          Study.” Patrick Barnette, Brown University, Patrick-barnette@brown.edu
Disc:     Mitchell Glenn II, University of South Florida, gmitchel@admin.usf.edu


Panel 7-T                                                                  PDR 5
STRATEGIC VOTING IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
(Co-sponsored with Elections, Voting Behavior and Participation, 1-F)
Chair:    Eric B•langer, Universit• de Montr•al, belangee@magellan.umontreal.ca
Papers: “Strategic Voting in the 1999 Israeli Election for Prime Minister.” Paul
          Abramson, Michigan State University, abramson@pilot.msu.edu             John
          Aldrich, Duke University, Aldrich@duke.edu Matthew Diamond, Duke
          University, mld7@duke.edu Abraham Diskin, Hebrew University of Jerusalem,
          mshanna@mscc.huji.ac.il Renan Levine, Duke University,
          renan.levine@duke.edu Thomas Scotto, Duke University, tjs@duke.edu
          “Strategic Voting in a New Democracy.” Rafael Vergara, University of California,
          Irvine, rvergara@weber.ucsd.edu
          “Explaining Third-Party Vote Choice: A Comparison of Canada, Britain and
          Australia.” Eric B•langer, Universit• de Montr•al,
          belangee@magellan.umontreal.ca
          “Third Party Voting in the 2000 Presidential Election.” Patrick S. Roberts,
          University of Virginia, psr5q@virginia.edu
Disc:     Kyle L. Saunders, Northern Illinois University, ksaun@niu.edu




Panel 7-V                                                                PDR 4




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ACCESSIBILITY OF POLITICAL INFORMATION
(Co-sponsored with Public Opinion and Political Psychology 6-Q)
Chair:   Michael Delli Carpini Pew Charitable Trusts, mdellicarpini@pewtrusts.com
Papers: “Implications of Motivated Reasoning for Voter Information Processing.” David
         Redlawsk, University of Iowa, david-redlawsk@uiowa.edu
         “Accessibility and the Competing Bases of Political Judgment.” Robert
         Huckfeldt, Indiana University, huckfeld@indiana.edu Jeanette Morehouse,
         Indiana University, morehous@indiana.edu
         “Affective Bases of Political Cognition: Anxiety and Candidate Evaluation.”
         Marco R. Steenbergen, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
         msteenbe@email.unc.edu
         “Feeling Politics: The Hot Cognition Heuristic in Political Reasoning.” Charles
         Taber, SUNY-Stony Brook, charles.taber@stonybrook.edu Milton Lodge,
         SUNY-Stony Brook, Milton.lodge@stonybrook.edu
Disc:    William Jacoby, University of South Carolina, william-jacoby@sc.edu

Panel 8-E                                                                   CLARK 5
THE NEWS MEDIA AS AN INSTITUTION
Chair:    Michael Hagen, Annenberg School for Communication,
          mhagen@asc.upenn.edu
Papers: “All the Print That’s News to Fit: An Institutional Analysis of the Media’s Coverage
          of Politics.” Bertram Johnson, Harvard University, bnjohns@fas.harvard.edu
          Daniel Loss, Harvard University, danm78@aol.com
          “The Dimensions of Institutional Trust.” Timothy Cook, Williams College,
          timothy.e.cook@williams.edu Paul Gronke, Duke University, gronke@duke.edu
          “Measuring Mismatch: A Study of the Existing Measures of Congruency.”
          Margaret Young, University of Michigan, mmyoung@umich.edu Margaret
          Howard, University of Michigan, meghow@umich.edu
          “The Media, the Campaign and the Message: The Battle for Public Influence.”
          Julianne F. Flowers, Georgia State University, gs04jff@panther.gsu.edu
          Audrey A. Haynes, University of Georgia, polaah@arches.uga Michael H.
          Crespin, University of Georgia, mhchewy@yahoo.com
Disc:     Michael Hagen, Annenberg School for Communication,
          mhagen@asc.upenn.edu


Panel 9-B                                                                  PDR 7
GENDER AND CONGRESSIONAL POLICY-MAKING
Chair:    Cindy Simon Rosenthal, University of Oklahoma, csrosenthal@ou.edu
Paper:    “Making Policy on the House Floor: An Analysis of Floor Amending Behavior on
          Women’s Issues.” Michele L. Swers, Mary Washington College,
          swers@ix.netcom.com
          “Legislating Morality: Gay Rights, Abortion, and the House of Representatives.”
          Elizabeth Oldmixon, University of Florida, oldmixon@polisci.ufl.edu
          “Legislative Institutions, Public Policy, and Gender: The Impact of Women State
          Legislators on Welfare Policy.” Sara Poggione, Rutgers, poggione@rci.rutgers
Disc:     Nina Moore, Colgate University, nmoore@mail.colgate.edu




Panel 10-D                                                                PDR 6




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RACE, CLASS, ETHNICITY AND ATTITUDES
Chair:  Michael Dawson, University of Chicago, daws@spc.uchicago.edu
Papers: “Economic Vulnerability and Preference for ‘Un-American’ Policy”, Mary P.
        McGuire, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, mpmcguire@hws.edu
        “The Nature of Whites’ Attribution for Black Poverty,” Christopher Tarman,
        UCLA, ctarman@ucla.edu
        “What Happens When Cues Collide?” Tasha S. Philpot, University of Michigan,
        tphilpot@umich.edu;
        “Political Threat and Sophistication Among Latinos”, Gary M. Segura, Claremont
        Graduate University, gary.segura@cgu.edu Adrian D. Pantoja, Claremont
        Graduate University, Adrian.Pantoja@cgu.edu;
        “The Politics of Whiteness: A Journey From the Inside Out”, Paul Barton-Kriese,
        Indiana University – East, bartonkr@indiana.edu;
Disc:   Darren Davis, Michigan State University, darren.davis@ssc.msu.edu


Panel 11-D                                                               MONTROSE 2
AMERICAN POLITICS: THEORY MEETS PRACTICE
Chair:   William Meyer, The University of Michigan-Flint, wjmeyer@flint.umich.edu
Papers: “Lincoln’s Governing Philosophy: Abraham Lincoln and the Proper Role of
         Government. Jon D. Schaff, Loyola University Chicago, jschaf@luc.edu Will
         Jordan, Loyola University Chicago, wjordan@luc.edu
         “Counted but not Heard: Liberal Thought and Action in America.” Kevin
         Anderson, University of Missouri-Columbia, kradc2@mizzou.edu
         “Democracy without Parties? Reflections on the Pluralization of Politics.”
         Thomas Conte, University of Virginia, tcc5f@virginia.edu
         “Making the Vote Pay: The Ethics of Funding Civic Participation.” Suzanne Dovi,
         University of Arizona, sdovi@u.arizona.edu
Disc:    William Meyer, The University of Michigan-Flint, wjmeyer@flint.umich


Panel 12-D                                                                 MONTROSE 3
NARRATIVE, MATERIALITY, KNOWLEDGE
Chair:   Sophia Mihic, Rutgers University, sjmihic@rci.rutgers.edu
Papers: “Nietzsche, Arendt and Perspectival Narrative as a Mode of Knowing.” Sophia
         Mihic, Rutgers University, sjmihic@rci.rutgers.edu
         “The Politics of Epistolarity.” Elizabeth Wingrove, University of Michigan, Ann
         Arbor, ewingrov@umich.edu
         “Work as an Ordinary Experience.” Anne Manuel, University of Michigan,
         amanuel@umich.edu
Disc:    Norma Moruzzi, University of Illinois, Chicago, nmoruzzi@uic.edu


Panel 12-N                                                           LASALLE 1
RIGHTS IN THE POSTMODERN POLITY
Chair:   Samuel Chambers, St. Mary’s College of Maryland, schambers@mac.com
Papers: “Pluralism: Modern and Postmodern.” Ronald Terchek, University of Maryland,
         rterchek@gvpt.umd.edu
         “Human Rights, Political Rights, and Democracy.” John Wallach, Hunter
         College, CUNY, jwallach@hunter.cuny.edu
         “Friends and Enemies: Postmodern Pluralism and the Problem of the Political.”
         David K. Moore, University of Maryland, dmoore@gvpt.umd.edu




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Disc:    Iris M. Young, University of Chicago, iyoung@uchicago.edu Jeffrey Alan
         Johnson, University of Wisconsin-Madison, jajohnson@polisci.wisc.edu


Panel 14-D                                                          LASALLE 2
ASSESSING THE PERFORMANCE OF ESTIMATORS
Chair:   TBA
Papers: "The Effect of Priors on Approximate Bayes Factors from MCMC Output"
         Kevin A. Clarke, University of Michigan, kclarke@umich.edu
         "An Investigation of Scobit."
         Michael J. Hanmer, University of Michigan, ajenter@unt.edu
         "Are Presidential Campaigns Rational?"
         Paul D. Mueller, Notre Dame University, mueller.32@nd.edu
Disc:    TBA


Panel 15-E                                                                 MONTROSE 1
ELITE-MASS RELATIONS IN AMERICAN POLITICAL PARTIES I
(Co-sponsored with Elections, Voting Behavior, and Political Participation, see 7-FF)
Chair:   Lawrence Longley, Lawrence University, PowerLDL@aol.com
Papers: “The Dynamics of Ideological Realignment among Elite and Mass Partisans.”
         David W. Putz, University of Houston, dputz@uh.edu Adrian J. Shepherd,
         University of Houston, ajshephe@bayou.uh.edu
         “Religion and Partisan Alignment Among Political Activists and Elites.” James L.
         Guth, Furman University, jim.guth@furman.edu John C. Green, The University
         of Akron, green@uakron.edu
         “Paying More For Less: The Declining Impact of Party Contact on Voter Turnout.”
         Paul S. Martin, University of Oklahoma, psmartin@ou.edu
         “Partisan Influences and Electoral Outcomes: Testing a Theory of Partisan
         Politics and Entry Deterrence in Electoral Competition.” Alan Wiseman, Stanford
         University, aewise@stanford.edu
Disc:    John A. Clark, Western Michigan University, john.clark@wmich.edu
         Robert Boatright, Swarthmore College, rboatri1@swarthmore.edu


Panel 17-Q                                                               DEARBORN 2
DO ELECTIONS MATTER?
Chair:   Bruce Oppenheimer, Vanderbilt University, oppenhb@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu
Papers: "Strategic Senators: Incumbent Adaption to Revealed Constituency Preferences,
         1952-96." Brian R. Sala, University of California, Davis, brsala@ucdavis.edu
         Timothy Nokken, University of Houston, tnokken@pop.uh.edu
         "Polling and Issue Representation in Congress." Quin Monson, Ohio State
         University, monson.6@osu.edu
         "Agenda Setting in Congressional Elections: The Impact of Issues and
         Campaigns on Voting Behavior." Kelly D. Patterson, Brigham Young University,
         kelly_patterson@byu.edu; Paul S. Herrnson, University of Maryland,
         pherrnson@gvpt.umd.edu; Owen Abbe, University of Maryland,
         oabbe@gvpt.umd.edu
         "'Pork' Projects and the Ballot Box: Do Legislators Reward Their Strongest
         Supporters with Distributive Policy Projects or Do They Attempt to Persuade
         Swing Voters?" Christian Grose, University of Rochester,
         cngr@troi.cc.rochester.edu




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Disc:    Bruce Oppenheimer, Vanderbilt University, oppenhb@ctrvax.vanderbilt.edu


Panel 17-V                                                               DEARBORN 3
MONEY AND POLITICS
(Co-Sponsored with Methodology, 14M)
Chair:   Eric D. Lawrence, George Washington University, edl@gwu.edu
Papers: "Buying Democracy: Modeling the Effect of Money on Representation." Michael
         Bailey, Georgetown University, baileyma@gunet.georgetown.edu
         "Legislative Context, Legislator Quality and Campaign Contributions." Walter R.
         Mebane, Jr., Cornell University, wrm1@macht.arts.cornell.edu Michael W.
         Tofias, Duke University, michael.tofias@duke.edu; Marc Ratkovic, Cornell
         University, mtr4@cornell.edu
         "External Validity in Experimental Tests of the Impact of Money on Access to
         Congress." Michelle Chin, Texas A&M University, chinm@polisci.tamu.edu;
         Jon R. Bond, Texas A&M University, jonbond@polisci.tamu.edu Nehemia
         Geva, Texas A&M University, e339ng@polisci.tamu.edu
Disc:    Gregory McAvoy, University of North Carolina, Greensboro,
         gemcavoy@uncg.edu


Panel 18-D                                                              LASALLE 3
INDEPENDENT COUNSEL: A ROUNDTABLE
(Co-Sposored by Presidency and Executive Politics, 16-H)
Chair:   Charles A. Johnson, Texas A&M University, cjohnson@tamu.edu,
Disc:    John Q. Barrett, St. John's University School of Law, barrettj@stjohns.edu,
         Danette Brickman, Texas A&M University, danette@polisci.tamu.edu,
         Ken Gormley, Duquesne University, GORMLEY@duq.edu,
         Katy J. Harriger, Wake Forest, harriger@wfu.edu,
         David A. Yalof, The University of Connecticut, yalof@uconnvm.uconn.edu


Panel 19-D                                                              LASALLE 4
STATE-LEVEL COMPARATIVE PUBLIC POLICY
Chair:   Norman R. Luttbug, Texas A&M University, nluttbug@politics.tamu.edu
Papers: “A Rational-Choice Model of State Investment in Human Capital” Susan B.
         Hansen, University of Pittsburgh, sbhansen@pitt.edu
         “Revisiting V.O. Key’s ‘Backlash’ Theory: The Influence of Race on State Welfare
         Policy” Gary J. Tschoepe, University of Texas – Pan American,
         tschoepe@panam.edu
         “The Political Economy of Industrial Recruitment Strategies: Does Smoke-Stack
         Chasing and Vote-Chasing Go Together?” Robert C. Turner, Skidmore College,
         bturner@skidmore.edu
         “Stopping Sprawl: An Examination of State Growth Management Initiatives”
         Christopher Borick, Muhlenberge College, cborick@muhlenberg.edu
Disc:    Norman R. Luttbug, Texas A&M University, nluttbug@politics.tamu.edu




Panel 20 D                                                             PDR 8




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TESTING THEORIES OF VOTER TURNOUT IN LOCAL ELECTORAL CONTESTS
(Co-Sponsored with Elections, Voting Behavior, and Participation, 7-JJ)
Chair:  William C. Binning, Youngstown State University, fr025701@ysub.ysu.edu
Papers: “Surge and Decline in Local Elections: Crossing the Federalist Barrier.” Jim
        Twombly, SUNY, Buffalo, jtwombly@acsu.buffalo.edu
        “The Political Legacy of Municipal Reform.” Rodolfo Espino, University of
        Wisconsin-Madison, rudy@polisci.wisc.edu
        “The Turning Point: Examining Possible Causes for Giuliani’s Victory in the 1993
        New York City Mayoral Elections.” Melissa Levitt, Graduate Center of the City
        University of New York, mlevitt@earthlink.net
        “Partisan Components in Nonpartisan Elections: An Examination of Mayors, City
        Councils and School Boards in California.” Chang-Ho C. Ji, La Sierra
        University/University of California-Riverside, cji@inet.lasierra.edu
Disc:   TBA


Panel 20-L                                                              PDR 18
ROUNDTABLE: MEET THE AUTHORS: CHOOSING SCHOOLS: CONSUMER CHOICE
AND THE QUALITY OF AMERICAN SCHOOLS
Chair:   Melissa Marschall, University of Illinois at Chicago, marschal@uic.edu
Prcpts: Jeffrey R. Henig, George Washington University, henig@gwis2.circ.gwu.edu
         Kenneth Meier, Texas A&M, kmeier@polisci.tamu.edu Kenneth Wong,
         University of Chicago, k-wong@uchicago.edu
Disc:    Mark Schneider, SUNY-Stony Brook, mark.schneider@sunysb.edu Paul Teske,
         SUNY-Stony Brook, pteske@notes.cc.sunysb.edu Melissa Marschall, University
         of Illinois at Chicago, marschal@uic.edu


Panel 21-D                                                                 PDR 9
REGULATORY POLICY ENFORCEMENT
REGULATORY POLICY ENFORCEMENT(Co-sponsored with Public Administration, 22-O
)
Chair:   Renee Johnson, University of Florida, rjohnson@polisci.ufl.edu
Papers: “Inspector Discretion in Street-Level Regulatory Enforcement and
         Implementation.” William McLean, University of Northern Iowa,
         Will.McLean@uni.edu.
         “Do State-Level Political Factors, Industry Structural Factors, or Patient Health
         Outcomes Influence Nursing Home Compliance with Regulations?” Lucinda
         Deason, University of Akron, Deason@uakron.edu
         “The Media, Public Terror and Aviation Safety Inspection,” Joseph Hinchliffe,
         University of Illinois, jjhinch@ilstu.edu
         “Risking It All: Discerning Patterns of Entrepreneurial Behavior in Public Policy.”
         Jocelyn Crowley, Rutgers University, jocelync@rci.rutgers.edu.
Disc:    William Gormley, Georgetown University, gormleyw@gunet.georgetown.edu
         Renee Johnson, University of Florida, rjohnson@polsci.ufl.edu.




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Panel 22-K                                                             PARLOR F
FINANCING CITY SERVICES: RESPONSES TO STATE CONSTRAINTS AND CITIZEN
DEMANDS
Chair:   Barbara McCabe, Arizona State University, barbara.mccabe@asu.edu
Papers: “Changing City Fiscal Conditions and Revenue Reliance: Are Property-Tax
         Dependent Cities the Envy of Sales-and Income-Tax Dependent Cities?"
         Michael A. Pagano, Miami University, paganoma@muohio.edu
         "Reputation Value and the Funding of City Services." Kenneth A. Kriz,
         University of Minnesota. kkriz@hhh.umn.edu
         "A Model of Local Autonomy, Preference Revealing, and Fiscal Stress."
         Jeffrey Chapman, Arizona State University, Jeffery.chapman@asu.edu
         "The Rise and Fall of Community Investments: Implications for Local
         Governments and Community Development Corporations." Craig L. Johnson,
         Indiana University, crljohns@indiana.edu David A. Reingold, Indiana University
Disc:    Susan A. MacManus, University of South Florida, samacmanus@aol.com


Panel 23-G                                                       STATE BALLROOM
ACADEMIC INTELLECTUALS IN THE AMERICAN POLITICAL ARENA: THE ROLE OF
POLITICAL SCIENTISTS—A ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION
Chair:   Richard M. Merelman, University of Wisconsin-Madison,
         merelman@polisci.wisc.edu
         Amitai Etzioni, The George Washington University,
         comnet@gwis2.circ.gwu.edu;
         James Fishkin, The University of Texas-Austin, fishkin@mail.utexas.edu
         Robert D. Putnam, Harvard University, robert_putnam@harvard.edu
         Jennifer Hochschild, Princeton University, hochschi@princeton.edu


7:00 am to 8:00 am                                                CRYSTAL ROOM

State Politics and Policy Quarterly Editorial Board Meeting


7:00 am to 8:30 pm                                                  CRESTHILL ROOM

Women’s Caucus Breakfast




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                               Friday 10:30 – 12:15
Panel 2-F                                                               SANDBURG 4
RETHINKING FOREIGN AID AND HUMAN RIGHTS
Chair:    Michael Stohl, Purdue University, mstohl@purdue.edu
Papers: "Foreign Aid, Military Assistance, and Human Rights in Africa and South America,
          1975-1998." Jonathan Canedo, University of Michigan and Oberlin College,
          jcanedo@umich.edu
          "Determinants of Foreign Assistance to Latin America: Reagan through Clinton."
          Donald D.A. Schaefer, University of Michigan, dpeace@umich.edu
          "The Legacy of the United States Foreign Assistance Program." Rhonda
          Callaway, University of Colorado, rhondacallaway@hotmail.com
          "The Impact of Official Development Assistance and Non-Governmental
          Organization Activity on Human Development Indicators in Latin America Lee H.
          Grimes, Kansas State University, lee_grimes@hotmail.com
Disc:     Michael Stohl, Purdue University, mstohl@purdue.edu


Panel 3-K                                                               SANDBURG 2
DEFINING AND PROTECTING HUMAN RIGHTS
Chair:    Kathleen M. Dowley, SUNY New Paltz, dowleyk@newpaltz.edu
Papers: “The Politics of Human Rights Protection in Latin America." Ronald Ahnen,
          University of the South, ronald.ahnen@usa.net Neil Mitchell, University of New
          Mexico, nmitchel@unm.edu
          “Measuring Political and Human Rights in the Middle East.” Emile Sahliyeh,
          University of North Texas, sahliyeh@unt.edu
          “How People Form Attitudes About Human Rights.” Christopher Anderson,
          Binghamton University, SUNY, canders@binghamton.edu Aida Paskeviciute,
          Binghamton University, SUNY, bj93383@binghamton.edu Maria Elena
          Sandovici, Binghamton University, SUNY, mariasando@yahoo.com Yuliya
          Tverdova, Binghamton University, SUNY, bg21918@binghamton.edu
          Democracy and Human Rights: Elections or Social Capital.” Caroline Beer
          Univeristy of Vermont
Disc:      Ronald A. Francisco, University of Kansas, ronfran@lark.cc.ukans.edu


Panel 3-R                                                                 SANDBURG 6
BARGAINING AND ELECTIONS IN POST -TRANSITION COUNTRIES
Chair:    Raymond Duch, University of Houston, rduch@uh.edu
Papers: “Institutional Change and Persistence: The Origins and Evolution of Poland's
          Electoral System 1989-1999.” Kenneth Benoit, Trinity College-Dublin,
          kbenoit@tcd.ie Jacqueline Hayden, Trinity College, sorrento@indigo.ie
          “An Examination of the Punish-Reward Thesis: A Cross-National Evaluation of
          Central and Eastern Europe.” Edward Wagner, University of Wisconsin,
          Milwaukee, ewagner@uwm.edu
          “Duverger's Law, Political Cleavages, and Presidential Elections.” Mark Jones,
          Michigan State University, mark.jones@ssc.msu.edu
          “Opposition Party Strategies in New Democracies.” Sahar Shafqat,
          Southwestern University, shafqats@southwestern.edu
Disc:     John Ishiyama, Truman State University, jishiyam@truman.edu




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Panel 4-E                                                                SANDBURG 7
BEYOND THE TRADITIONAL PEACEKEEPING PARADIGM
Chair:    Vincent A. Auger, Western Illinois University, VA-Auger@wiu.edu
Papers: “UN Peacekeeping in Civil Conflicts.” Darya Pushkina, University of Maryland,
          dpushkina@gvpt.umd.edu
          “Differentiating Between NGOs Engaged in Peacebuilding.” Loramy Conradi,
          University of Notre Dame, conradi.1@nd.edu
          “To Shoot or Not to Shoot: The Use of Force in International Peacekeeping.”
          Jason Daniel Yackee, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill,
          yackee@email.unc.edu
          “The Influence of Norms and Ideology on Intervention by Collective Security
          Systems.” Dan Lindley, University of Notre Dame, dlindley@nd.edu
Disc:     Vincent A. Auger, Western Illinois University, VA-Auger@wiu.edu


Panel 4-R                                                                 SANDBURG 3
THE DEVELOPMENT OF INTERNATIONAL NORMS
Chair:    Michael Kocher, University of Chicago, m-kocher@uchicago.edu
Papers: “Norm Cascades and Moral Entrepeneurs.” Dean Harvey, University of
          Minnesota, harv008@tc.umn.edu
          “Norm Internationalization in the Case of Capital Punishment.” Sangmin Bae,
          Purdue University, sbae@polsci.purdue.edu
          “International Norms, the International Whaling Commission, and the Future of
          Whaling.” Michael C. Katula, Indiana University, mkatula@indiana.edu
Disc:     Michael Kocher, University of Chicago, m-kocher@uchicago.edu


Panel 5-E                                                                  LASALLE 5
POLICY COORDINATION AND COMPETITION IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY
Chair:    Roland Stephen, North Carolina State University,
          Stephen@social.chass.ncsu.edu
Papers: “Exploring the Prospects for a Transatlantic Common Aviation Area.” Scott
          Tarry, University of Nebraska at Omaha, scott_tarry@unomaha.edu
          “The International Race for Critical Mass: The Politics of Advanced Technology,”
          Johan Lembke, University of Stockholm, lembke@ucis.pitt.edu
Disc:     Roland Stephen, North Carolina State University,
          Stephen@social.chass.ncsu.edu


Panel 6-I                                                                  CLARK 7
CANDIDATE EVALUATION
(Co-sponsored by Elections, Voting and Participation, see 7-LL)
Chair:    Lonna Atkeson, University of New Mexico, atkeson@unm.edu
Papers: “Ambivalence, Uncertainty, and Candidate Evaluation Processes.” Kathleen M.
          McGraw, Ohio State University, mcgraw.36@osu.edu Edward Hasecke, Ohio
          State University, hasecke.1@osu.edu
          “Certainty or Accessibility: Attitude Strength in Candidate Evaluations.” David
          A.M. Peterson, Texas A&M University, dave@polisci.tamu.edu
          “Stereotyping Effects on Perceptions of Political Candidates.” James N.
          Schubert, Northern Illinois University, t70jns1@corn.cso.niu.edu Margaret Ann
          Curran, Northern Illinois University, mcurran1@niu.edu




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            FRIDAY, APRIL 20 – 10:30 am – 12:15 pm
         “Reconciling Policy Issues and Candidate Image in Campaign Strategy: The
         Private Polling and Campaign Strategy of the Nixon White House.” Lawrence R.
         Jacobs, University of Minnesota, ljacobs@polisci.umn.edu James Druckman,
         University of Minnesota, druckman@polisci.umn.edu Melinda Jackson
         University of Minnesota Eric Ostermeier, University of Minnesota
Disc:    Theresa Capelos, SUNY at Stony Brook, tcapelos@jc.sunysb.edu
         Milton Lodge, SUNY at Stony Brook, Milton.Lodge@SUNYSB.EDU


Panel 7-E                                                                PDR 5
SPATIAL MODELS OF ELECTIONS
Chair:    Jeffrey W. Koch, SUNY-Geneseo, koch@geneseo.edu
Papers: “Are Citizens More Certain of the Ideological Orientations of Ideologically
          Extreme Candidates?” Jeffrey W. Koch, SUNY-Geneseo, koch@geneseo.edu
          “Episodic Voting: The Logic of Electoral Participation Re-Examined Within the
          Context of Multiple Elections.” Noah Kaplan, Columbia University,
          noah@columbia.edu
          “Spatial Theory and U.S. Senate Elections: Proximity Voting by Individuals and
          Election Outcomes.” Joseph Gershtenson, University of Texas at Austin,
          joeg@mail.la.utexas.edu
          “Voting with Context Dependent Preferences: Theory and Evidence.”
          Catherine H. Wilson, Caltech, chw@hss.caltech.edu Steven Callander,
          Caltech, sc@hss.caltech.edu
          “U.S. Elections in Time and Space: A Spatial Analysis of Two Decades of
          Political Change.” Jay K. Dow, dowj@missouri.edu
Disc:     Timothy Nokken, University of Houston, tnokken@pop.uh.edu


Panel 7-F                                                                 PDR 18
METHODS FOR RAISING TURNOUT
Chair:    John Geer Vanderbilt University john.g.geer@vanderbilt.edu
Papers: “Can Low Turnout Groups be Mobilized? Results from Nationwide Field
          Experiments.” Alan Gerber, Yale University, alan.gerber@yale.edu Donald
          Green, Yale University
          “Alternative Ballot Techniques and Voter Turnout in the U.S., 1972-1998.” Mary
          Fitzgerald, University of Maryland, mfitzgerald@gvpt.umd.edu
          “Can Term Limits Really Invigorate Voters? A Comparative Analysis of Citizen
          Participation and Electoral Reforms.” Dalene Allebaugh, Western Michigan
          University, x97rix@wmich.edu Neil Pinney, Western Michigan University,
          neil.piney@wmich.edu
          “Voter Turnout and the Accessibility of Polling Places.” James G. Gimpel,
          University of Maryland, College Park, jgimpel@gvpt.edu Jason E. Schuknecht,
          University of Maryland, College Park
Disc:     Philip Paolino, University of Texas at Austin, ppaolino@mail.la.utexas.edu


Panel 7-S                                                               PDR 4
CAMPAIGNS AND CAMPAIGN EFFECTS
Chair:    Mark Peterson, Pittsburgh State University, mpeterso@pittstate.edu
Papers: “The Electoral College and the ‘Battleground’ States: Fact and Fiction.” Mark
          Peterson, Pittsburgh State University, mpaterso@pittstate.edu
          “The Presidential Nomination Process: What Lessons from the 2000 Campaign.”




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         Franco Mattei, SUNY-Buffalo, mattei@acsu.buffalo.edu
         “Campaigns, Partisanship, and Candidate Evaluations in Subpresidential
         Elections.” Christopher Blunt, University of California, Los Angeles,
         ccblunt@aol.com
         “What Lies Beneath: Campaign Effects in the 1998 California Gubernatorial
         Race.” John Sides, University of California, Berkeley,
         jsides@uclink4.berkeley.edu
Disc:    Thomas Holbrook, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee,
         homeboy@csd.uwm.edu


Panel 9 F                                                              PDR 7
GENDER, VOTING, AND WOMEN’S REPRESENTATION
Chair:    Christina Wolbrecht, University of Notre Dame, Wolbrecht.1@nd.edu
Papers: “Discerning Voices: How Religious Traditions, Denominations, and
          Congregations Impact the Political Choices of Women Clergy.” Melissa
          Deckman, Washington College, Melissa.deckman@washcoll.edu; Laura Olson,
          Clemson University; Sue E.S. Crawford, Creighton University
          “Migratory Influences on Gender-Based Voting in Arizona: The Case of the ‘Fab
          Five.” Lisa DeLorenzo, Arizona State University, delorenzo@asu.edu
          “Poor Pennsylvania: Causes of Women’s Underrepresentation in Office.” Chris
          Fastnow, Chatham College, cfastnow@chatham.edu Dena Levy, SUNY
          Brockport, dlevy@brockport.edu
Disc:     John R. Petrocik, University of Missouri-Columbia, petrocik@missouri.edu


Panel 10-E                                                               PDR 6
ETHNIC IDENTITY, ETHNIC CONFLICT AND THE QUEST FOR DEMOCRACY
Chair:   Robert Rohrschneider, Indiana University, rrohrsch@indiana.edu;
Papers: “Conceptualizing Ethnic Identity: Empirical Tests in Estonia, Tartarstan and the
         Komi Republic” Henry Brady, University of California at Berkeley,
         hbrady@cms.berkeley.edu Cynthia Kaplan, University of California at Santa
         Barbara, kaplan@alishaw.ucsb.edu
         “The Choice That Minorities Make: Strategies of Negotiation With the Majority in
         Postwar Bosnia”, Paula M. Pickering, University of Michigan,
         paulap@umich.edu;
Disc:    Robert Rohrschneider, Indiana University, rrohrsch@indiana.edu Brian Shoup,
         Indiana University, bshoup@indiana.edu


Panel 11-F                                                                MONTROSE 2
LIBERTY, RIGHTS AND DEMOCRACY
Chair:   Keith Topper, University of South Carolina, ktopper@sc.edu
Papers: “Berlin on Rousseau and Mill: Reconsidering ‘Two Concepts of Liberty.’” Steven
         Kelts, Stanford University, kelts@stanford.edu
         “Utilitarianism of Rights.” Charles Hamilton, University of Maryland at College
         Park, chamilton@gvpt.umd.edu
         “Liberalism and the State: Rights and Fear in the Political Thought of Judith
         Shklar.” Gatta Giunia, University of Minnesota, ggatta@polisci.umn.edu
         “Deliberative Democracy: A Critique of the ‘Force of the Better Argument.’”
         Michael E. Morrell, Arkansas State University, mmorrell@toltec.astate.edu
Disc:    Jacob Levy




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Panel 12-E                                                                MONTROSE 3
POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS, PUBLIC REASON AND PLURAL IDENTITIES
Chair:   Ann Davies, Beloit College, daviesa@beloit.edu
Papers: “From Liberal Neutrality to Political Parity: The Case for State Subsidy of the
         Arts.” David Paul Mandell, Reed College, David.Mandell@Reed.edu
         “The Normative Consequences of Identity Constructivism.” Michael Rabinder
         James, Bucknell University, mjames@mail.bucknell.edu
         “Public Reason and Public Institutions.” Eric MacGilvray, University of Chicago,
         eamacgil@midway.uchicago.edu
         “Mutual Agreement and Institutional, Cultural, and Psychological
         Assumptions of Deliberative Democracy.” Johnny Goldfinger, Duke University,
         jlg10@duke.edu
Disc:    Susan Liebell, University of Chicago, liebell@rci.rutgers.edu


Panel 12-O                                                                LASALLE 1
CONTEMPORARY DILEMMAS AND THE PUBLIC ROLE OF THE THEORIST
Chair:   William Meyer, University of Michigan-Flint, wjmeyer@flint.umich.edu
Papers: “Our Highest Aim:’ ‘democracy’ and the public role of the political theorist.”
         Emily Hauptmann, Western Michigan University, emily.hauptmann@wmich.edu
         “Liberty, Autonomy, and Freedom of Association: The Boy Scouts.” Emily Gill”,
         Bradley University, gill@bradley.edu
         “Protesting the Discourses of Development: Farmers, seeds, and patents.” Craig
         Borowiak, Duke University, ctb3@duke.edu
         “Imagination and the Public Life in the Works of Hannah Arendt and Her Circle.”
         Joanna Vecchiarelli Scott, Eastern Michigan University,
         PLS_Scott@online.emich.edu
Disc:    Maurice Meilleur, Kettering Foundation, mmeilleu@indiana.edu


Panel 14-E                                                            LASALLE 2
MODEL SPECIFICATION
Chair:   TBA
Papers: "Avoiding with The Curse of Dimensionality in Observational Political Science"
         Gary King, Harvard University, king@harvard.edu Langche Zeng, George
         Washington University, lzeng@research.circ.gwu.edu N. A. Wand, Cornell
         University, jnw4@tempter.arts.cornell.edu
         "Extreme Sample Selection: Conditions that Cause the Correlation Between two
         Variables to Switch Signs." Timothy Groseclose, Stanford University,
         groseclose-tim@gsb.stanford.edu Jeffrey Milyo, Harris School of Public Policy,
         University of Chicago, jdmilyo@uchicago.edu
Disc:    TBA


Panel 15-F                                                              MONTROSE 1




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ELITE-MASS RELATIONS IN AMERICAN POLITICAL PARTIES II
Chair:  Barbara Trish, Grinnell College, trish@grinnell.edu
Papers: “Party Elite Representation of the Public, Partisans, and Activists.” Jason Pigg,
        Louisiana Tech University, jpigg@garts.latech.edu
        “Elite versus Popular views on Abortion Policy within US Political Parties.”
        Steven Greene, Texas Tech University, steven.greene@ttu.edu Craig Leonard
        Brians, Virginia Tech, cbrians@vt.edu
        “America's Base-Less Party System and the 2000 Election.” Daniel M. Shea,
        Allegheny College, dshea@allegheny.edu John K. White, The Catholic
        University of America, white@cua.edu
        “Has the Internet Leveled the Playing Field for Minor Parties and Their
        Candidates? An Assessment of the Elections of 2000.” Michael Margolis,
        University of Cincinnati, Michael.Margolis@uc.edu David Resnick, University of
        Cincinnati, David.Resnick@uc.edu
Disc:   Douglas D. Roscoe, Central Michigan University, doug.roscoe@


Panel 16-A                                                               CLARK 10
THE RHETORICAL PRESIDENCY
Chair:   Paul, Abramson, Michigan State University abramson@pilot.msu.edu
Papers: "The Rhetorical vs. the Popular Presidency: Thomas Jefferson as a Popular
         President." Karen Hoffman, The University of Chicago,
         kshoffman@mediaone.net
         "The Healer-In-Chief." Randall E. Adkins, University of Nebraska at Omaha,
         radkins@unomaha.edu Gary Gregg II, University of Louisville,
         ggregg@louisville.edu
         "The Policy Implications of Presidential Rhetoric." Jeff Cummins, Claremont
         Graduate University, jeff.cummins@cgu.edu
         "Presidential Distractionary Attempt: A Peaceful Perspective." Lydia Andrade,
         University of the Incarnate Word, andrade@universe.uiwtx.edu
Disc:    Joseph L. Wert, Indiana University Southeast, jwert@ius.edu


Panel 17-D                                                                   DEARBORN 2
COMMITTEES, JURISDICTIONS, AND POWER
Chair:   Scott Ainsworth, University of Georgia, sainswor@arches.uga.edu
Papers: "Controlling the Floodgates: Committee Power and Issue Gatekeeping in the
         U.S. House." E. Scott Adler, University of Colorado, esadler@colorado.edu
         Dennis R. Still, University of Colorado, still@colorado.edu
         "Explaining Committee Interaction in the U.S. House of Representatives." John
         Baughman, Bates College, jbaughma@bates.edu
         "Consensus, Conflict, and the Domain of Partisanship in House Committees:
                                 th    th          th
         Evidence from the 96 , 100 , and 104 Congresses." Jamie Carson, Michigan
         State University, carsonj4@msu.edu Charles Finocchiaro, Michigan State
         University, finocchi@msu.edu David Rohde, Michigan State University,
         rohde@msu.edu
         "Institutional Inertia and Jurisdictional Politics." Eric D. Lawrence, George
         Washington University, edl@gwu.edu
Disc:    Scott Ainsworth, University of Georgia, sainswor@arches.uga.edu
         Christopher J. Deering, George Washington University, rocket@gwu.edu




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Panel 17-P                                                                  DEARBORN 3
LEGISLATORS' VOTING DECISIONS
Chair:   Robert Boatright, Swarthmore College, rboatri1@swarthmore.edu
         Papers: “Campaign Finance Reform and the Power of the People." Sean M.
         Theriault, Stanford University, seant@stanford.edu
         "The Ecology of Voting in the U.S. Senate." Christopher Carman, University of
         Pittsburgh, carman@pitt.edu
         "The Dynamics of Long-Term Position Change in House Roll-Call Voting." Scott
         R. Meinke, Ohio State University, meinke.3@osu.edu
         "A Further Investigation of the Effects of Electoral Marginality on Legislative
         Behavior." Tracy Sulkin, University of Washington, tsulkin@u.washington.edu
Disc:    J. Mark Wrighton, University of New Hampshire, wrighton@cisunix.unh.edu


Panel 18-E                                                               LASALLE 3
(Co-Sponsored with Legislative Politics, 17-BB)
Panel 18ELEGISLATIVE-JUDICIAL INTERACTIONS AND THE IMPACT ON PUBLIC
POLICY
Chair:   Gerald Rosenberg, University of Chicago, Northwestern University School of
         Law, g-rosenberg@uchicago.edu
Papers: “State Supreme Courts and the Preemptive Power of the Judiciary”
         Paul Brace, Rice University, pbrace@rice.edu Laura Langer, University of
         Arizona, llanger@u.arizona.edu
         “State Legislative and Judicial Response to Supreme Court Decisions”
         Valerie Hoekstra, Washington University in St. Louis, hoekstra@artsci.wustl.edu,
         “Judicial Advisory Opinions and Legislative Outcomes in Comparative
         Perspective: A Game Theoretic Analysis” James R. Rogers, Texas A&M
         University, rogers@polisci.tamu.edu Georg Vanberg, Florida State University,
         gyanberg@mailer.fsu.edu
         “Legislative Influence on Judicial Agendas” Kellie Butler, Rice University,
         nycolle@rice.edu
Disc:    Kevin McGuire, Science University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill,
         kmcquire@unc.edu; Charles Shipan, University of Iowa, Charles-
         Shipan@uiowa.edu


Panel 18-R                                                               CLARK 5
GENDER IN THE JUDICIARY
(Co-sponsored by Gender and Politics Gender, 9-E)
Chair:   Susan Mezey, Loyola University Chicago, smezey@luc.edu
Papers: “Gender Factors in the Selection and in the Decisions of Arbitrators: An Empirical
         and Policy Question” Anne Draznin, University of Illinois Springfield,
         draznin@uis.edu Elaine Martin, Eastern Michigan University,
         pls_martin@online.emich.edu
         “Changing Expectations: The Impact of Descriptive Representation on the
         Supreme Court and the Certiorari Process” Celeste Montoya Kirk, Washington
         University, St. Louis, cmmontoy@artsci.wustl.edu
Disc:    Judith A. Baer, Texas A&M University, j-baer@tamu.edu


Panel 19-E                                                              LASALLE 4




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STATE BALLOT INITIATIVES
Chair:   TBA
Papers: “The Influence of Direct Democracy on the Size and Diversity of State Interest
         Group Populations” Frederick J. Boehmke, University of Iowa, Frederick-
         boehmke@uiowa.edu
         “State Ballot Initiatives and Universal Health Care” Caroline Tolbert, Kent State
         University, ctolber1@kent.edu Trudy Steuernagel, Kent State University,
         tsteuern@kent.edu
         “The Initiative Process with Local Implementation” Valentina Bali, California
         Institute of Technology, valentin@hss.caltech.edu
Disc:    Rodney Hero, University of Notre Dame, rhero@nd.edu
         Sarah Morehouse , University of Connecticut
Panel 20-E                                                               PDR 8
LOCATIONAL DECISIONS, SERVICE DELIVERY, AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
POLICY (Co-Sponsored with Public Policy, 21-V)
Chair:   Burnier DeLysa, Ohio University, burnier@ohio.edu
Papers: “High Tech Industrial Location and Economic Development.” Darrene Hackler,
         George Mason University, dhackler@gmu.edu
         “Tiebout Sorting and Selective Satisfaction with Urban Public Services: Testing
         the Variance Hypothesis.” Christine Kelleher, University of Carolina at Chapel
         Hill, cak@email.unc.edu; David Lowery, University of Carolina at Chapel Hill,
         dlowery@email.unc.edu
         “Institutional and Contextual Models of Local Policies to Shape Urban
         Development.” Max Neiman, University of California-Riverside,
         max.neiman@ucr.edu Paul Lewis, Public Policy Institute of California,
         lewis@ppic.org
         “Nonuniform Air Quality Regulations: How Do They Affect the Behavior of
         Polluting Industries.” Mihriye Mete, Michigan State University, mete@msu.edu
         Richard Chard, Georgia State University, polrec@langate.gsu.edu
Disc:    Kenneth Bickers, Indiana University, kbickers@indiana.edu

Panel 21-H                                                              PDR 9
CITIZEN PARTICIPATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICYMAKINGCITIZEN
PARTICIPATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICYMAKING
Chair:   Michael Kraft, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, kraftm@uwgb.edu.
Papers: “Community Involvement in Environmental Decision Making.”
         Troy AbelSouthern-Illinois University-Edwardsville, table@siue.edu
         “Using the Multi-Method Framework for Evaluatinmg the Implementation of
         Habitat Conservation Plans.” Christopher Wright University of Southern
         California christow@usc.edu “
         “The Environmental Justice Movement and Anthropocentrism: Returning
         Humans to the Center of the Natural Stage.” Roger Cusick, University of Albany,
         rjc1028x@aol.com.
Disc:    Michael Kraft, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, kraftm@uwgb.edu;
         Daniel Fiorino, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, fiorino.dan@epa.gov.


Panel 25-E                                                       PARLOR F
“THROUGH MY LENS”: A FILM AND DISCUSSION ABOUT THE EXPERIENCES OF
WOMEN OF COLOR IN ACADEMIA
Panel:   Amaney Jamal, University of Michigan, amaneyps@umich.edu
         Chieko Numata, Bodowin College, cnumata@bowdoin.edu




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Panel 27-B                                                         STATE BALLROOM
“HOW TO PUBLISH IN, AND REVIEW ARTICLES FOR, POLITICAL SCIENCE
JOURNALS”
Chair:   William G. Jacoby University of South Carolina William-jacoby@sc.edu
Part:    Ada W. Finifter Michigan State University finifter@msu.edu
         Gregory A. Caldeira Ohio State University caldeira.1@osu.edu
         Kim Quaile Hill Texas A&M University e339kq@polisci.tamu.edu
         Jan E. Leighley Texas A&M University leighley@polisci.tamu.edu
         Lee Sigelman George Washington University lees@guw.edu




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                                  Friday 1:30 – 3:15
Section 5 Posters                                                           EXHIBIT HALL
INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY
1.        “Still His Heart Beats for His Homeland: Social Incentives for International Capital
          Flows,” Michael Popovic, Washington University, mjpopovi@artsci.wustl.edu
2.        “The New Economy, the Leadership Cycle and the Nineteenth K-Wave,”Joachim
          Rennstich, Indiana University, jrennsti@indiana.edu
3.        “The Case of Protection for the Louisiana Crawfish Industry,” E. Brooke
          Harlowe, The College of St. Catherine, ebharlowe@stkate.edu


Section 9 Posters
GENDER AND POLITICS
1.        Leadership Styles and Gender Differences in the Illinois Legislature, Cheryl
          Brandt, University of Illinois at Chicago, cbrand2@uic.edu
2.        An Examination of the Stagnation Effect on Women and Congressional
          Elections, Nicole A. Sirju, Binghamton University, bg19060@binghamton.edu
3.        Japanese Family Policy in the 1990s: Business Cooperation and Constraint in
          the Policy-Making Process, Priscilla Lambert, University of California, San
          Diego, plambert@weber.ucsd.edu
4.        Targeting Moms: Politics of Fragmentation in the Million Mom March, Katherine
          Stenger, University of Washington, kstenger@u.washington.edu
5.        “Fighting for Our Lives” – the Metro DC Collaborative for Women Living with
          HIV/AIDS, Leslie R. Wolfe, Center for Women Policy Studies,
          lwolfe@centerwomenpolicy.org Wendy Smooth University of Maryland
          wsmooth@gvpt.umd.edu Jennifer Tucker Center For Women Policy Studies
          jtucker@centerwomenpolicy.org


Section 10 Posters
THEMES IN RACE, CLASS AND ETHNICITY
1.        “Evolution of Party Perceptions Among Groups Under Conditions of Low Party
          Responsiveness: British, Afro-Caribbean, South Asians and Professional
          Association Membership”, Kimberly Shella, k-shella@worldnet.att.net;
2.        “Diminished Returns: Comparing Hyper-Segregation’s Effects on the
          Intergenerational Transfer of Wealth”, Michael McCall, Washington University,
          spencermcc@aol.com;
3.        “Racial Profiling at the Polling Place: Exposing Contemporary Voting Barriers and
          Their Impact on Minority Participation”, Vesla Weaver, University of Virginia,
          vm4r@virginia.edu;
4.        “President Dole: Does The Expansion of Suffrage Matter?”, Mitchell Brown,
          University of Maryland, mbrown@gvpt.umd.edu; Victor Assal, University of
          Maryland, vassal@gvpt.umd.edu;
5.        “Networks: Black Institutions and Black Common Fate Perceptions”, Harwood K.
          McClerking, University of Michigan, harwood@umich.edu;
6.        “Loyalist Identity and Protestant Paramilitary Violence in Northern Ireland”, John
          Cotter, University of Kentucky, jmcott@pop.uky.edu




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Section 11 Posters
POLITICAL THEORY: TEXTS AND THEORISTS
1.        “Stepping Outside the City: The Political Philosophy of Michael Weinsten.“ Lee
          Rademacher, Purdue University Calumet, fromage@calumet.purdue.edu
2.        Zorba, Socrates, and the Good Life.” Filip Kovacevic, University of Missouri,
          Columbia, filip@philosophers.net
3.        “Progressive by Design: An Electoral System for the Twenty Second Century.”
          Stuart Hartger, stuart@lakeshore.net
4.        “How the Individual Finds Virtue–Weber and Kant on Individual Virtue.” Michael
          Wiley, University of Houston, democracy@uh.edu
5.        “Virginia Woolf Animates Mahatma Ghandi on the Promotion of Peace.” Rich
          Stanislaw, Purdue University, stanislaw@polsci.purdue.edu


Section 19 Posters
THEMES IN STATE AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL POLITICS
1.        “Brussels, Bern, and Bonn: Comparative Federalism, Subsidiarity and the
          European Union” Tanja A. Boerzel, European University Institute,
          boerzel@datacomm.iue.it Madeleine Hosli, The University of Michigan,
          mhosli@umich.edu
2.        “Accounting for Variation in the Lexical Content of Governors’ State-of-the-State
          Speeches” Daniel DiLeo, Penn State – Altoona, dxd22@psu.edu
3.        “Racial Threat in the News?: An Analysis of Media Coverage of Gubernatorial
          Elections in Three Southern States” Scott E. Buchanan, Gordon College,
          s_buchanan@falcon.gdn.peachnet.edu
4.        “Raising a Stink: Who Should Regulate Pollution from Big Livestock
          Operations?” Inger Weibust, Iowa State University, weibust@iastate.edu
5.        “Labor Market Policy and Wages in the American States” Matthew McCoy,
          SUNY Binghamton, bf18848@binghamton.edu
6.        “Education Policy Change and Bottom-Up Agenda Setting” Paul F. Manna,
          University of Wisconsin – Madison, pmanna@polisci.wisc.edu
7.        “The Changing Constitutional Role of the American States, 1839 to 1991” Scott
          C. Pandich, SUNY Binghamton, ScottCPan@aol.com
Disc:     Darby Morrisroe, University of Virginia, morrisroe@virginia.edu
          Thomas M. Carsey, Florida State University, tcarsey@garnet.acns.fsu.edu


Panel 1-G                                                               SANDBURG 2
POLITICS OF INCLUSION AND EXCLUSION IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Chair:   Pia Knigge, Auburn University Montgomery, knigpia@strudel.aum.edu
Papers: “Speaking the Right Language: A Comparative Analysis of Minority Language
         Rights.” Becky Kook, Ben Gurion University (Israel), bkook@bgumail.bgu.ac.il
         “Contextual Effects on Attitudes Towards Minorities.” Donald Blake, University of
         British Columbia, dblake@interchange.ubc.ca
         “Western European Ethnic Conflict Management: A Workable Model?” Jean
         Abshire, Indiana University Southeast, jeabshir@ius.edu
         “Jus Sanguinis: Exclusionary Tenet of German Citizenship?” Joshua Bauroth,
         University of Michigan, jbauroth@umich.edu
Disc:    Pia Knigge, Auburn University Montgomery, knigpia@strudel




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Panel 2-G                                                              SANDBURG 4
CONSEQUENCES OF ECONOMIC LIBERALIZATION: COMPARATIVE
PERSPECTIVES
Chair:   Zohreh Ghavamshahidi, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater,
         ghavamsz@uwwvax.uww.edu
Papers: "The Growth of Wage Inequality in the Brazilian Manufacturing Sector: Searching
         for Explanatory Variables." Monica Arruda de Almeida, University of California,
         Los Angeles , marruda@ucla.edu
         "Structural Adjustment Loans and their Effects on Economic and Social
         Indicators: An Empirical Model." M. Rodwan Abouharb, Binghamton University,
         rodabouharb@hotmail.com
         "Financial Crisis, New Government, and Social Pact in South Korea." Young-
         Choul Kim, Texas Tech University, qkim@ttacs.ttu.edu
Disc:    Zohreh Ghavamshahidi, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater,
         ghavamsz@uwwvax.uww.edu


Panel 3-G                                                                    PDR 9
THE EFFECT OF POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS ON SATISFACTION WITH DEMOCRACY
IN LATIN AMERICA
Chair:   Barry Ames, University of Pittsburgh, barrya+@pitt.edu
Papers: “Institutions Matter: The Effect of Political Institutions on Citizens’ Satisfaction
         with Democracy.” Barry Ames, University of Pittsburgh, barrya+@pitt.edu
         Siddhartha Baviska, University of Pittsburgh, sibst4+@pitt.edu Mary Frances
         Malone, University of Pittsburgh, Mfmst21@pitt.edu Mitchell Seligson,
         University of Pittsburgh, seligson@pitt.edu
         “Examing the Relationship Between Democracy and Quality of Life” Karrie
         Koesel, University of Notre Dame, koesel.1@nd.edu Joseph Foy, University of
         Notre Dame, jfoy@nd.edu
         “Democracy’s Dilemma: The Role of Democratic Satisfaction in Consolidation.”
         Claire M. Smith, University of Notre Dame, Smith.436@nd.edu Karrie Koesel,
         University of Notre Dame, koesel.1@nd.edu
         “Testing the Churchill Hypothesis” Doh Shin, University of Missouri at Columbia,
         shind@missouri.edu Jason Wells, University of Missouri at Columbia,
         c744514@showme.missouri.edu
Disc:    Douglas Thornton, Rice University, dougt@rice.edu
         Orlando J. Perez, Central Michigan University, orlando.j.perez@cmich.edu


Panel 3-S                                                                SANDBURG 6
RULES, STRATEGIES, AND INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN IN LATIN AMERICA
Chair:    Gregory Schmidt, Northern Illinois University, gschmidt@niu.edu
Papers: “Legislative Rules and Voting Stability in the Mexican Chamber of Deputies.”
          William B. Heller, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, wbheller@post.harvard.edu
          Jeffrey Weldon, ITAM, jweldon@itam.mx
          “Are you Being Served? Political Accountability and Quality of Government.”
          Charles Boix University of Chicago, cboix@midway.uchicago.edu Alicia
          Adsera, The University of Illinois at Chicago, adsera@uic.edu Mark Payne,
          Inter-America Bank of Development, markpa@iadb.org




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          “Party Systems and Budget Deficits in Latin America.” Andres Mejia-Acosta,
          University of Notre Dame, amejiaac@nd.edu
Disc:     Michelle M. Taylor-Robinson, Texas A&M University,
          e339mt@polisci.tamu.edu


Panel 4-F                                                              SANDBURG 7
THE PROCESS AND IMPLICATIONS OF PEACEKEEPING AUTHORIZATION
DECISIONS
Chair:    Dan Lindley, University of Notre Dame, dlindley@nd.edu
Papers: “Collective Legitimization and Peacekeeping Operations.” Vincent A. Auger,
          Western Illinois University, VA-Auger@wiu.edu
          “International Peacekeeping and Expected Efficacy Consideration: Addressing
          Selection Bias.” Timothy Carter, University of Rochester,
          tctr@troi.cc.rochester.edu
          “Explaining the Deployment of UN Peacekeeping Forces.” Haklin Kim, SUNY-
          Binghamton, bg26187@binghamton.edu
Disc:     Dan Lindley, University of Notre Dame, dlindley@nd.edu


Panel 5-H                                                             LASALLE 5
POLITICAL ECONOMY AND GLOBAL HUMAN RIGHTS
Chair:    David Richards, Missouri Southern State College, daver@joplin.com
Papers: “A Little Repression Around the Corner,” Jeff Harmon, University of North
          Texas, jaharmon@unt.edu
          “The Use of United States Aid as a Tool to Improve Human Rights,” Alan
          Arwine, Texas Tech University, aarwine@ttacs.ttu.edu
          “Measuring Relativity: A Comparison of Human Rights Across Countries,”
          Denese Mcarthur, Binghamton University, bi91123@binghamton.edu Lisa
          Soloweij, Binghamton University, bi90857@binghamton.edu
Disc:    David Richards, Missouri Southern State College, daver@joplin.com


Panel 6-F                                                                  CLARK 7
POLITICAL SOPHISTICATION: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES
Chair:    Stephen Bennett, University of Cincinnati, sbennett@apptechnc.net
Papers: “Reconsidering Individual Differences and the Structure of PublicOpinion.”
          Paul Goren, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, goren@siu.edu
          “The Effect of Partisan Identification on Uninformed Voters.” Krista Jenkins,
          Rutgers University; kristaj@eden.rutgers.edu Richard R. Lau, Rutgers
          University, ricklau@rci.rutgers.edu;
          “Values as Heuristics: The Mechanics of Electoral Choice by Unsophisticated
          Voters.” David Barker, University of Pittsburgh, dbarker@pitt.edu;
          Morgan Marrietta, Ohio State University, Marietta.6@osu.edu
          “The Dynamics of Political Sophistication.” Adrian D. Pantoja, Claremont
          Graduate University, Adrian.Pantoja@CGU.EDU
Disc:     Kathleen Knight, Barnard College, kknight@barnard.edu


Panel 7-G                                                           PDR 5
COATTAIL EFFECTS
Chair:   Robert S. Erikson, Columbia University, rse14@columbia.edu,




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Papers:   “Congressional Elections and the Presidential Election Cycle: Coattails vs.
          Balancing.” Robert S. Erikson, Columbia University, rse14@columbia.edu,
          “Reverse Coattails: Is all Politics Truly Local.” Stacy McMillen, Wayne State
          College, smcmille@wscgate.wsc.edu Jason Brozek, Wayne State College,
          jabroz01@willy.wsc.edu
          “Gubernatorial Coattail Effects in State Legislative Elections.” Robert E. Hogan,
          rhogan1@lsu.edu
          “Campaign Contest and the Influence of Presidential Popularity in Midterm
          Congressional Elections.” James D. King, University of Wyoming,
          jking@uwyo.edu
Disc:     Melanie J. Blumberg, Kent State University, mjblumbe@kent.edu


Panel 7-Q                                                                      LASALLE 1
POLITICAL PARTICIPATION ON THE INTERNET
Chair:   Arthur Lupia, University of California, San Diego, alupia@ucsd.edu
Papers: “Who Surfs? The Impact of Political Web Sites in the 2000 Presidential
         Elections. Arthur Lupia, University of California, San Diego, alupia@ucsd.edu
         “Actual Politics with Virtual Participation: Political Participation on the Internet
         During the 2000 Campaign.” Brian Krueger, University of Connecticut,
         Krueger@uconnvm.uconn.edu
         “The 2000 e-Campaign for U.S. Senate.” Christine B. Williams, Bentley
         College, cwilliams@bentley.edu Andrew Aaylesworth, Bentley College,
         aaylesworth@bentley.edu Kenneth Chapman, Bentley College,
         kchapman@bentley.edu
         “How Voters and Campaigns View Political Websites.” Daron R. Shaw,
         University of Texas at Austin, dshaw@jeeves.la.utexas.edu
Disc:    David Redlawsk, University of Iowa, david-redlawsk@uiowa.edu



Panel 7-Z                                                                PDR 4
RACE, CLASS AND TURNOUT
(Co-sponsored with Race, Class and Ethnicity, 10-M)
Chair:    Valerie Sulfaro James Madison University, sulfarva@jmu.edu
Papers: “Race and Class Bias in Voter Turnout, 1960-1996.” Jan Leighley, Texas A&M
          University, leighley@polisci.tamu.edu Jonathan Nagler, New York University,
          jonathan.nagler@nyu.edu
          “Trends in African-American Political Participation.” Samantha Luks, University
          of California, Berkeley, sam@socrates.berkeley.edu Laurel Elms, University of
          California, Berkeley, laurel@ucdata13.berkeley.edu
Disc:     Valerie A. Sulfaro, James Madison University, sulfarva@jmu.edu


Panel 9-G                                                          PDR 7
FEMINISM AND IDENTITY POLITICS
Chair:   TBA
Papers: “Feminist Consciousness, Black Consciousness, or Womanist Consciousness:




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         What Drives American Women’s Political Action?” Pamela Cook, University of
         Chicago, pcook@uchicago.edu
         “Sisters in Organizing? Perceptions of Race, Gender, and the Consequences of
         ‘Double Disadvantage’ Within African American Women’s Community Work
         Organizations.” Erika Gordon, University of Maryland, egordon@gvpt.umd.edu
         “Race, Class, and Feminist Identification.” Jennifer L. Rexroat, University of
         Illinois at Chicago, jrexrol@uic.edu
Disc:    Daniel Holliman, Syracuse University, dhollima@maxwell.syr.edu


Panel 10-F                                                                   PDR 6
EXPANDING DISCIPLINARY BOUNDARIES: NEW DIRECTIONS IN BLACK, ASIAN,
NATIVE AMERICAN AND LATINO POLITICS
Chair:   Paula D. McClain, Duke University, pmcclain@duke.edu;
Papers: “The Awakening of a Sleeping Giant: Latino Citizenship and Participation in
         California Politics” Tara L. Butterfield, California Institute of Technology,
         tarab@hss.caltech.edu;
         “The Mosaic of Asian-American Politics: Preliminary Results from the Five-City
         Post-Election Survey” Pei-te Lein, University of Utah, plien@poli-sci.utah.edu
         M. Margaret Conway, University of Florida, mconway@polisci.ufl.edu Taeku
         Lee, Harvard University, Taeku_Lee@harvard.edu Janelle S. Wong, Yale
         University, janelle.wong@yale.edu
         “The Latinization of the American Vote: Strategic Mobilization of Latinos in
         Presidential Campaign 2000" Elva Patricia Cortez, University of Michigan,
         corteze@umich.edu
         “Black Like Who? Afro-Caribbean Immigrants, African-Americans and the Politics
         of Group Identity” Reuel Rogers, Northwestern University, r-rogers@nwu.edu;
Disc:    Joseph Stewart, University of New Mexico, joestew@unm.edu

Panel 11-G                                                               MONTROSE 2
NEW APPROACHES TO NIETZSCHE
Chair:   Suzanne Dovi, University of Arizona, sdovi@u.arizona.edu
Papers: “The Politics of Truth: Power in Nietzsche’s Epistemology.” Paul F. Glenn,
         University of Puget Sound, pfglenn@yahoo.com
         “Sage and Overman: Ethics and Authenticity in Nietzsche and Zhuangzi.”
         Katrin Froese, University of Calgary, froese@ucalgary.edu
         “The Psychology of Liberalism and the Will to Truth.” Cheryl R. Schotten,
         University of Notre Dame, schotten.1@nd.edu
Disc:    Suzanne Dovi, University of Arizona, sdovi@u.arizona.edu


Panel 12-F                                                                MONTROSE 3
PLATO’S FEMINISM REVISITED (Co-Sponsored with Gender and Politics, 9-O)
Chair:   Arlene Saxonhouse, University of Michigan, awsaxon@umich.edu
Papers: “The Gendered Origins of Socratic Rhetoric.” Norma Thompson, Yale
         University, norma.thompson@yale.edu
         “Men and Women, Plato and Aristophanes.” Stephanie Nelson, Boston
         University, nelson@bu.edu
         “Delivering the True Philosopher: An Obstetric Interpretation of Plato’s Three
         Waves.” Darrell Dobbs, Marquette University, dddobbs@execpc.com
Disc:    Arlene Saxonhouse, University of Michigan, awsaxon@umich.edu




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Panel 14-F                                                              LASALLE 2
PROBING LEGISLATORS' MOTIVES
Chair:   TBA
Papers: "Partisanship in the 96th-106th Congresses."
         Sven E. Feldmann , Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago
         feld@uchicago.edu;
          "Two Stage Estimators and the Study of Legislative Politics"
         Shawn Treier, Stanford University, satreier@leland.stanford.edu
Disc:    TBA

Panel 16-C                                                             CLARK 5
PRESIDENTS AND FOREIGN POLICY
Chair:   Steven A. Shull, University of New Orleans, sshull@uno.edu
Papers: "Taking it to the Senate: Treaties, Executive Agreements, and Presidential-
         Congressional Relations." Glen S. Krutz, Arizona State University,
         glen.krutz@asu.edu Jeffrey Peake, Bowling Green State University,
         jpeake@bgnet.bgsu.edu
         "Testing Theories of International Relations on Bipartisanship in the U.S.
         Congress." Mark Souva, Michigan State University, souvamar@msu.edu
         "A Divergent Track: The Clinton Presidency and the Disappearance of
         Presidential Foreign Policy Regimes." Neal Allen University of Texas-Austin,
         nealallen@hotmail.com
Disc:    Eric R. Petersen, Congressional Research Service, epetersen@crs.loc.gov


Panel 16-D                                                              CLARK 10
THE LEGISLATIVE PRESIDENCY
Chair:   Samuel B. Hoff, , Delaware State University, shoff@dsc.edu
Papers: "Presidential Success in Congress and the Limits of a Bargaining President."
         Michael Franz, University of Wisconsin-Madison, mmfranz@polisci.wisc.edu
         "George Bush and The Efficacy of Veto Threats in Congress, 1989-92: An
         Archival Analysis." Richard S. Conley, University of Florida,
         rconley@polisci.ufl.edu
         "The Substance of Legislation: Measuring Presidential Attempts at Shaping
         Legislation." Andrew W. Barrett, Marquette University,
         andrew.barrett@marquette.edu
         "Presidential Leadership in History: Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War
         Congresses." Jon D. Schaff, Loyola University Chicago, jschaf@luc.edu
Disc:    Jeffrey Peake, Bowling Green State University, jpeake@bgnet.bgsu.edu


Panel 17-E                                                             DEARBORN 2
POLITICS IN LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEES
Chair:   Martin Gruberg, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, gruberg@uwosh.edu
Papers: "Explaining Committee Dissents in the House of Representatives." James Cox,
         California State University, Sacramento, jhcox@csus.edu Kathleen Bratton,
         Louisiana State University, bratton@lsu.edu
         "Temporary Authorizations as a Constraint on Agendas in Congress." Thad Hall,
         The Century Foundation and University of Georgia, hall@tcf.org




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         "Why Committees? A Principal-Agent Analysis of the Defense Appropriations
         Process." Gregory Koger, University of California at Los Angeles,
         gkoger@ucla.edu
         "The Evolution of Pro-Environmental Land Use Policy: The Role of Committee
         Dynamics." Douglas D. Roscoe, Central Michigan University,
         doug.roscoe@cmich.edu
         Rick Kurtz, Central Michigan University, Rick.s.kurtz@cmich.edu
Disc:    Vincent Moscardelli, University of Massachusetts at Amherst,
         vmoscardelli@polsci.umass.edu




Panel 17-S                                                               DEARBORN 3
BRANCHING OUT: CONGRESS AND THE PRESIDENT
Chair:   Kenneth R. Mayer, University of Wisconsin, kmayer@polisci.wisc.edu
Papers: "The Effect of Divided Government on the Ideological Character of Bills Enacted
         by the Senate, 1953-1994." Cary R. Covington, University of Iowa,
         Cary-covington@uiowa.edu Andrew Bargen, University of Iowa,
         andrew-bargen@uiowa.edu
         "Incomplete Information and Intentional Provocation as Causes of Vetoes." John
         B. Gilmour, College of William and Mary, Jbgilm@wm.edu
         "How Presidents Influence the Legislative Priorities and Decisions of Members of
         Congress: A Theory of 'Focused Party Government.'" Alan Rozzi, University of
         California, Los Angeles, arozzi@ucla.edu
         "Position-taking and the Incidence of Executive Vetoes in Comparative
         Perspective: the Case of U.S. State Governments." Eric Magar, University of
         California, San Diego, and Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico,
         emagar@weber.ucsd.edu
Disc:    Kenneth R. Mayer, University of Wisconsin, kmayer@polisci.wisc.edu


Panel 18-F                                                              LASALLE 3
AUTHOR MEETS CRITICS: MAXWELL STEARNS’ CONSTITUTIONAL PROCESS:
SOCIAL CHOICE ANALYSIS OF SUPREME COURT DECISION MAKING
Chair:   Erin O'Hara, Vanderbilt University Law School, Nashville, TN, e
         erin.ohara@law.vanderbilt.edu
Disc:    Maxwell Stearns, George Mason University School of Law, mstearns@gmu.edu
         Charles Cameron, Columbia University, cmc1@columbia.edu
         Paul Edelman, Vanderbilt University Law School,
         paul.edelman@law.vanderbilt.edu
         Lee Epstein, Washington University, epstein@artsci.wustl.edu
         Mark Graber, University of Maryland, mgraber@gvpt.umd.edu


Panel 19-F                                                              LASALLE 4
PUBLIC OPINION, POLITICAL PARTIES, AND STATE POLICY
Chair:   Charles Barrilleaux, Florida State University, barrile@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
Papers: “Public Opinion and Public Policy, 1976-2000” John P. McIver, University of
         Colorado, john.mciver@colorado.edu Gerald C. Wright, Indiana University,
         wright1@ucs.indiana.edu




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          “Political Parties, Institutions, and Policy Responsiveness in Post-War American
          Federalism” George A. Krause, University of South Carolina,
          George.Krause@sc.edu Ann O’M. Bowman, University of South Carolina,
          bowman-ann@sc.edu
          “The Influence of Constituency, Party, and Ideology on Roll Call Voting in the
          American States” Shannon Jenkins, Loyola University – Chicago,
          sjenki2@luc.edu
          “Partisanship and Decentralization: Evidence for an Institutional Partisan Model
          of Government Expenditure” Okyeon Yi Hong, University of Michigan,
          okyeonh@umich.edu
Disc:     Michael Berkman, Pennsylvania State University, mbb1@psu.edu




Panel 20-F                                                                PDR 8
SPACE AND TIME: RETHINKING THE POLITICS AND HISTORY OF BLACK PEOPLE
IN URBAN SPACES
Chair:   Todd Shaw, University of Illinois,
Papers: “Truth and Soul: Exploring the Politics of Black Talk in a Chicago Barbershop.”
         Melissa V. Harris-Lacewell, University of Chicago, mv-harris@uchicago.edu
         Qunicy T. Mills, University of Chicago, quincyterrell@hotmail.com
         “Parlor Tricks and Politics: Nationalism, Gender, and Political Participation in
         Detroit.” Lester Kenyatte Spence, Washington University,
         kspence@artsci.wustl.edu
         “Advantage, Agency, and Unrest: The Quest for Black Soci-Political Capital in the
         Early Twentieth-Century African American Community of Petersburg, Virginia
         1912-1956.” Shayla C. Nunnally, Duke University, scnunnally@aol.com
         “Black Mayors & Policy Responsiveness in Community Development Spending.”
         Eric Anthony Johnson, University of Delaware School of Urban Affairs & Public
         Policy, E_ajohnson@msn.com
Disc:    Blair L. Murphy, Duke University, blm@acpub.duke.edu

Panel 21-N                                                                SANDBURG 3
POVERTY, INCOME DISTRIBUTION, AND PUBLIC POLICY
POVERTY, INCOME DISTRIBUTION, AND PUBLIC POLICYChair: Harry Wray,
DePaul University, hwray@wppost.depaul.edu.
Papers: “What Government Can Do About Poverty and Inequality.” Benjamin Page,
         Northwestern University, b-page@nwu.edu James Simmons, University of
         Wisconsin-Oshkosh, simmons@vaxa.cis.uwosh.edu
          “The Influence of Public Policy on Income Distribution in the U.S.” Nathan Kelly,
         UNC-Chapel Hill, njkelly@email.unc.edu James Stimson, UNC-Chapel Hill,
         jstimson@email.unc.edu.
         “Welfare Reform and the New Realities of American Poverty and Family
         Formation: A Mismatch.” Hillard Pouncy, Princeton University,
         hpouncy@princeton.edu.
         “Socioeconomic Inequalities in Metropolitan Areas: Does Government Structure
         Matter?” Anja Kurki, Universityof Maryland-College Park, akurki@gvpt.umd.edu.
Disc:    Jens Ludwig, Georgetown University, ludwigj@gunet.georgetown.edu.

Panel 21-U                                         STATE BALLROOM
RACE, WELFARE, AND THE POLITICS OF REFORM: A ROUNDTABLE




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RACE, WELFARE, AND THE POLITICS OF REFORM: A ROUNDTABLEChair: Joe
Soss, American University, jsoss@american.edu
Panel:  Rodney Hero, University of Notre Dame, Rodney.Hero1@nd.edu.
        Richard Fording, Universityof Kentucky, rford@pop.uky.edu.
        Holloway Sparks, Pennsylvania State University, hsparks@psu.edu.
        Sanford Schram, Bryn Mawr College, sschram@brynmawr.edu.


Panel 25-D                                                                 PARLOR F
JOB SEARCH STRATEGIES: LOOKING BEYOND THE RESEARCH INSTITUTION
Chair:   Jilda Aliotta, University of Hartford, aliotta@mail.hartford.edu
Panel:   Jilda Aliotta, University of Hartford, aliotta@mail.hartford.edu
         Barbara Bardes, Raymond Walters College, University of Cincinnati,
         Michelle Deardorff, Millikin University, mdeardorff@mail.millikin.edu
         Janet Boles, Marquette University, janet.boles@marquette.edu
         Barbara Hayler, University of Illinois at Springfield, hayler@uis.edu
         Jackie DeLaat, Marietta College, delaatj@marietta.edu


27-A                                                                PDR 18
ASPA ROUNDTABLE
Part:  Paul A. Beck, Ohio State University, PaulBeck@polisci.sbs.ohio-state.edu
       Lee Sigelman, George Washington University, lees@gwu.edu
       Robert Jerns, Columbia University, rlj@columbia.edu




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                                 Friday 3:30 – 5:15
Panel 1-H                                                                 SANDBURG 2
CHALLENGES TO POLITICAL PARTIES AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS IN THE POST-
COLD-WAR WORLD
Chair:    Terri Givens, University of Washington,Seattle, tgivens@u.washington.edu
Papers: “Challenge from the Right? The Impact of Radical Right Parties on the
          Strategies of Conservative and Christian Democratic Parties in Western Europe.”
          Terri Givens,University of Washington, tgivens@u.washington.edu
          “The End of Ideology and the Decline of Russian Political Parties.” Stephen E.
          Hanson, University of Washington, shanson@u.washington.edu
          “The European Union and the British Green Movement?” Debra Holzhauer,
          dholzhauer@hotmail.com
Disc:     Erik Wibbels University of Washington, Seattle, ewibbels@u.washington.edu


Panel 3-H                                                                 LASALLE 1
ECONOMIC REFORM IN NEWLY DEMOCRATIC COUNTRIES
Chair:    Henry Hale, Indiana University, hhale@indiana.edu
Papers: “How you Play the Game and Transition to a Market Economy.” Raymond
          Duch, University of Houston, rduch@uh.edu Harvey D. Palmer, University of
          Mississippi, hpalmer@olemiss.edu
          “The Politics of Redistribution: Economic Reform in the Post-Communist World.”
          Timothy Frye, The Ohio State University, frye.51@osu.edu
          “The Determinants of Privatization in Latin America.” Glen Biglaiser, Bowling
          Green State University, gbiglais@ucla.edu David Brown, Rice
          University,dsbrown@rice.edu
          “Private Markets and Public Protections: Economic Liberalization and Welfare
          Changes in European Transitional Countries.” Christine S. Lipsmeyer, Belmont
          University, lipsmeyerc@mail.belmont.edu
Disc:     Andrew Barnes, University of Miami, abarnes@miami.edu


Panel 3-T                                                               SANDBURG 6
EXTERNAL FACTORS OF DEMOCRATIZATION
Chair:    Renee Agress, Michigan State University, agressre@msu.edu
Papers: “Creating the Third Realm of Democratization: Civil Society from Above in Post-
          Communist Europe.” Trevor L. Wysong, University of Maryland College Park,
          twysong@gvpt.umd.edu
          “Inspired to Act: An Analysis of How Democracy is Promoted.” Derek S.
          Reveron, U.S. Naval Academy, reveron@usna.edu Kathleen Young, University
          of Maryland kyoung@gvpt.umd.edu
          “External Factors of Democratization.” Resat Bayer, The Pennsylvania State
          University, rbayer@psu.edu
Disc:     Renee Agress, Michigan State University, agressre@msu.edu


Panel 4-G                                                           SANDBURG 7
NEW EXTENSIONS OF THE DEMOCRATIC PEACE
Chair:   Brian Pollins, Ohio State University, pollins.1@osu.edu
Papers: “Going Back to Basics: A Simultaneous Equations Model of Bilateral Trade,
         Democracy and Conflict.” Rachel Reuveny, Indiana University,
         rreuveny@indiana.edu; Quan Li, Penn State University, qx14@psu.edu




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         “Democratic Institutions and the Use of Economic Force: Explaining the
         Economic Peace Among Democracies.” David Lektzian, Michigan State
         University, lektzian@msu.edu; Mark Souva, Michigan State University,
         souvamar@msu.edu
         “The Relevant Population and the Democratice Peace: A Split Population Model
         with Time Varying Covariates.” Dylan Balch-Lindsay, University of New Mexico,
         dlindsay@unm.edu Andrew J. Enterline, University of North Texas,
         ajenter@unt.edu
         “Democracy and the Reciprocation of Militarized Disputes.”
         David H. Clark, SUNY-Binghamton University, dclark@binghamton.edu
         Timothy Nordstrom, University of Mississippi, tnordstr@olemiss.edu
Disc:    Brian Pollins, Ohio State University, pollins.1@osu.edu


Panel 4-P                                                                  SANDBURG 3
MODELING INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS PHENOMENA
Chair:    Stuart A. Bremer, Penn State University, sbremer@psu.edu
Papers: “War and Peace in the Shadow of Differential Growth, II: Scarce Resources and
          System Bias.” Branislav L. Slantchev, University of Rochester,
          bsla@troi.cc.rochester.edu
          “Analyzing and Forecasting Conflict and Instability.”
          Sean O’Brien, Center for Army Analysis-US Army, obrien@caa.army.mil
          “Tradeoffs Between Offense, Defense, and Arms Control: A Mathematical Model
          with Three Players.” Michael W. Simon, Sparta, Inc.,
          Michael_Simon@rosslyn.sparta.com
          “What is the Relationship of Statistical Strategic Models to More Commonly
          Employed Selection Models?”
          Curtis S. Signorino, University of Rochester, sign@troi.cc.rochester.edu
Disc:     Stuart A. Bremer, Penn State University, sbremer@psu.edu


Panel 5-G                                                                LASALLE 5
THE POLITICAL ECONOMY OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Chair:   Barbara Koremenos, UCLA, koremeno@polisci.ucla.edu
Papers: “Distribution and Public Goods in Two-Level Games,” Ahmer Tarar, University of
         Rochester, ahmt@troi.cc.rochester.edu
         “Power Structures and Voting Rules: An Analysis of IGOs,” Matthew Rupert,
         Pennsylvania State University, mcr9@psu.edu
         “Explaining Variations in Dispute Resolute Mechanisms,” Rachel Brewster,
         University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, rdbrewst@prodigy.net
         “A Supply-Side Theory of International Institutions,” Jose Raul Perales,
         University of Michigan, jrph@umich.edu
Chair:   Barbara Koremenos, UCLA, koremeno@polisci.ucla.edu; Jana von Stein,
         UCLA, jvonstei@ucla.edu


Panel 6-G                                                                CLARK 7
THE DYNAMICS OF PUBLIC OPINION
Chair:   Jeffrey W. Koch, SUNY at Geneseo, koch@geneseo.edu
Papers: “Judging the President: Differences in Evaluative Criteria Over Time and Across
         the Population.” Brian Newman, Duke University, bpn@duke.edu
         “The Determinants of Defense Spending Opinion, 1965-1999.” Chris Witko,
         University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, witko@email.unc.edu




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          “What Motivates Political Cognition and Behavior?” Joanne Miller, University of
          Connecticut, Joanne.miller@uconn.edu Jon A. Krosnick, Ohio State University,
          krosnick@osu.edu
          “On the Salience of Political Issues: An Analysis of Public Importance and
          Attention.” Christopher Wlezien, University of Houston, cwlezien@uh.edu
Disc:     Robert S. Erikson, Columbia University, rse14@columbia.edu


Panel 7-H                                                                 PDR 5
REFERENDUM VOTING
Chair:    Peter Muhlberger, Carnegie Mellon University, peterm@andrew.cmu.edu
Papers: “Why Not Complete the Ballot? – A Look at Direct Democracy, Publci Cues, and
          Voter Drop-Off.” Michael A. Lewkowicz, University of Illinois at Urbana-
          Champaign, lewkowcz@uiuc.edu
          “Demographic and Economic Change and Ending Affirmative Action in
          California.” John Grummel, Kent State University, jgrummel@kent.edu
          “Same-Sex Marriages and the Initiative Process: Analysis of California’s
          Proposition 22.” Christopher G. Bluenstein, cbleuens@kent.edu
Disc:     Peter Muhlberger, Carnegie Mellon University, peterm@andrew.cmu.edu


Panel 7-R                                                                  PDR 18
ROUNDTABLE ON RELIGION AND THE ELECTION OF 2000
Chair:    Paul Kellstedt, Brown University, paul_kellstedt@brown.edu
Ptcts:    Joan Blauwkamp, University of Nebraska, Kearney, blauwkampj@unk.edu
          Chris Fastnow, Chatham College, cfastnow@chatham.edu
          J.-Tobin Grant, Ohio State University, grant.112@osu.edu
          Nathan Kelly, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, njkelly@email.unc.edu
          Lynn Robinson, Princeton University, lynnr@princeton.edu
          John Schmalzbauer, College of the Holy Cross, jschmalz@holycross.edu


Panel 7-U                                                                   PDR 4
UNCERTAINTY IN ELECTORAL SYSTEMS
(Co-sponsored with Public Opinion and Political Psychology, 6-O)
Chair:    Barry Burden, Harvard University, burden@fas.harvard.edu
Papers: “Uncertainty in American Public Opinion.” Michael Alvarez, California Institute
          of Technology, rma@crunch.caltech.edu
          “The Benefits of Agency Policymaking: Does Uncertainty Matter?” George A.
          Krause, University of South Carolina, george.krause@sc.edu
          “Risk and Uncertainty as Sources of Incumbent Insecurity.” Cherie Maestas,
          Texas Tech University, cherie.maestas@ttu.edu
          “Black Candidates, White Voters: Information, Uncertainty, and White Votes.”
          Zoltan Hajnal, Public Policy Institute of California, hajnal@ppic.org
          “Uncertainty and Political Debate: How the Dimensionality of Political Issues Gets
          Reduced in the Legislative Process.” Bryan Jones, University of Washington,
          bdjones@u.washington.edu Jeffrey Talbert, University of Kentucky; Matthew
          Potoski, Iowa State University
Disc:     John Mark Hansen, University of Chicago, jhansen@midway.uchicago.edu




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Panel 8-I                                                                 CLARK 5
POLITICS, ELECTIONS, AND THE NEWS MEDIA
Chair:    Tim Fackler, University of Nevada, facklert@nevada.edu
Papers: “Political Bias in News Framing: Stories of Business-Government Relations.”
          Harry Wessel, Merrimack College, hwessel@merrimack.edu Alyson Williams
          “Polls, Polls, and More Polls: An Evaluation of How Public Opinion Polls are
          Reported in Newspapers and Magazines.” Reed L. Welch, West Texas A&M
          University, rlwelch@mail.wtamu.edu
          “The Rhetoric of Confirmations: How Senators and Interest Groups Frame
          Supreme Court Nominations.” Stephen M. Caliendo, University of Missouri-St.
          Louis, caliendo@umsl.edu
          “Border Affect: Elite and Mass Heuristics in the Trade Policy Domain.” David
          Rankin, SUNY Fredonia, rankin@fredonia.edu
          “Television News Consumption and Support for Political Institutions.” Stephen J.
          Farnsworth, Mary Washington College, sfarnswo@mwc.edu
Disc:     Tim Fackler University of Nevada, facklert@nevada.edu


Panel 10-G                                                              PDR 6
CHALLENGES AND PROGRESS IN THE QUEST FOR MINORITY POLITICAL
EMPOWERMENT
Chair:   Rodney Hero, University of Notre Dame, rhero@nd.edu
Papers: “The Emergence of Candidates Among Hmong-Americans” Steven Doherty,
         University of Wisconsin at Stout, dohertys@uwstout.edu
         “Mexican-American Political Attitudes and Behavior in Fresno, California.”
         Melissa R. Michelson, California State University at Fresno,
         melissam@csu.fresno.edu
         “Expanding the Minority Empowerment Literature”, Laurel Elder, Hartwick
         College, elderl@hartwick.edu Stefanie Chambers, Trinity College,
         stefanie.chambers@trincoll.edu
Disc:    Reuel Rogers, Northwestern University, r-rogers@nwu.edu;
         Melyanie Price, Ohio State University, Price.261@osu.edu


Panel 11-M                                                               SANDBURG 4
CONTEMPORARY LIBERALISM: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS
Chair:   Michael E. Morrell, Arkansas State University, mmorrell@toltec.astate.edu
Papers: “The Development of Political Education: From Democratic Participation to
         Curriculum.” Geoffrey M. Vaughan, University of Maryland at College Park,
         gvaughan@umbc.edu
         “Dividing What Cake? Rawl’s Conception of Wealth.” Amit Ron, University of
         Minnesota, amitr@polisci.umn.edu
         “Charles Taylor and the Limits of Civic Friendship.” Michaele Ferguson, Harvard
         University, mfergus@fas.harvard.edu
Disc:    Michael E. Morrell, Arkansas State University, mmorrell@toltec.astate.edu


Panel 12-G                                                             MONTROSE 3
(Co-Sponsored with Public Policy, 21-Z)
THEORETICAL APPROACHES TO ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
Chair:   Manfred Steger, Illinois State University, mbstege@ilstu.edu
Papers: “Environmental Fairness: Taking Rawls Seriously.” Robert Bartlett, Purdue
         University, Bartlett@polsci.purdue.edu Walter F. Baber, University of San Diego,




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          “Liberalism and the Political: The Foundations of a Greener Liberalism.” Susan
          Liebell, Rutgers University, liebell@rci.rutgers.edu
          “Aeshetic-Expressive Rationality and the Sustainable Environment: Habermas
          and Land-Use on Cape-May.” Michael Lipscomb, Pennsylvania State
          University, MEL150@psu.edu Robert E. Connor Pennsylvania State University
Disc:     John Fremstad University of South Dakota, jfremsta@usd.edu


Panel 12-P                                                              MONTROSE 2
DEMOCRACY, DELIBERATION AND INEQUALITY
(Co-Sponsored with Race, Class, and Ethnicity, 10-N)
Chair:   Wynne Walker Moskop, St. Louis University, moskopww@slu.edu
Papers: “Uprooting the Public Sphere and Grounding the Democratic Imagination.” Mark
         Sawyer, UCLA, msawyer@polisci.ucla.edu John Guidry, Augustana College
         “African Americans and the Meaning of Democracy: Ethnography as
         Political Theory.” Circe Stumbo, University of Maryland, College Park,
         cstumbo@gvpt.umd.edu
         “Doxa and Deliberation.” Clarissa Rile Hayward, Ohio State University,
         clarissa.hayward@polisci.sbs.ohio-state.edu Johnny Peel, Ohio State University
Disc:    Wynne Walker Moskop, St. Louis University, moskopww@slu.edu
           Stephen Chilton, University of Minnesota, schilton@d.umn.edu


Panel 14-G                                                             LASALLE 2
TESTING MODELS
Chair:   TBA
Papers: A Solution to Inefficient Estimation in Multi-System Research Controlling for
         Fixed Effects." Michael McDonald, Binghamton University,
         mdmcd@binghamton.edu Matthew McCoy, Binghamton University,
         bg18848@binghamton.edu Yuliya Tverdova, Binghamton University,
         bg21918@binghamton.edu
         "Conditional Convergence: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis." Richard
         Jankowski, SUNY at Fredonia Richard, Jankowski@fredonia.edu
Disc:    TBA


Panel 15-H                                                                 CLARK 10
THE PRESIDENCY AND THE PARTY SYSTEM IN AMERICAN POLITICAL
DEVELOPMENT
Chair:   Paul Beck, Ohio State University, PaulBeck@polisci.sbs.ohio-state.edu
Papers: “Preferences, Patronage, and Party Discipline in the U.S. Congress, 1841-1917.”
         Scott C. James, University of California, scjames@ucla.edu
         “The South's Presidential Alliance with New York 1870-1938: The Victory of
         Politics Over Economics.” Jerry F. Hough, Duke University, jhough@duke.edu
         “A Candidate-Centered Explanation of Partisan Dynamics.” Andrew LoTempio,
         Binghamton University/SUNY, bg21943@binghamton.edu
         “Plurality Presidents in the Party System: Bill Clinton and the Shifting Terrain of
         American Politics.” Kevin Price, University of Wisconsin, Madison,
         kprice@polisci.wisc.edu
Disc:    Paul Frymer, University of California, pfrymer@uclink4.berkeley.edu




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Panel 15-J                                                              MONTROSE 1
PARTIES, INTERESTS, AND MONEY
(Co-sponsored with Elections, Voting Behavior, and Participation, 7-GG)
Chair:   Melanie J. Blumberg, Kent State University, mjblumbe@kent.edu
Papers: “Where the Money Goes: Party Spending in Congressional Elections.” Robin
         Kolodny, Temple University, rkolodny@astro.temple.edu David A. Dulio,
         American University, dulio@american.edu
         “Congressional Leadership PACs: Who Benefits?” Kathryn Pearson, University
         of California, Berkeley, kpearson@socrates.berkeley.edu
         “Spending Independently.” Margaret Carne, University of California, Berkeley,
         mcarne@uclink4.berkeley.edu
         “Fat Cat Political Contributors: Are They Different?” John McAdams, Marquette
         University, john.mcadams@marquette.edu
Disc:    Jeffrey M. Stonecash, Syracuse University, jstone@syr.edu

Panel 17-F                                                              DEARBORN 2
STRUCTURE AND PROCESS ACROSS CONGRESSIONAL TIME
Chair:   Joseph Cooper, John Hopkins University, jcooper@jhu.edu
Papers: "Regulating Slavery Attempts at Deckstacking in Territorial Legislation." Scott
         Basinger, Stanford University and SUNY-Stony Brook,
         basinge@weber.ucsd.edu
         "Sophisticated Behavior and Speakership Elections: The Elections of 1849 and
         1855-1856." Jeffrey A, Jenkins, Princeton University and Michigan State
         University, jjenkins@princeton.edu Charles Stewart III, Massachusetts
         Institute of Technology, cstewart@mit.edu
         "Lame Ducks and Roll Call Behavior in the United States House of
         Representatives: 1870-1934." Timothy Nokken, University of Houston,
         tnokken@pop.uh.edu Craig Goodman, University of Houston,
         cgoodman@bayou.uh.edu
         "Remaking the House and Senate: Personal Power, Ideology, and the 1970s
         Reforms." Eric Schickler, University of California, Berkeley,
         schick@socrates.berkeley.edu Eric McGhee, University of California, Berkeley,
         emcghee@uclink4.berkeley.edu
         John Sides, University of California, Berkeley, jsides@uclink4.berkeley.edu
Disc:    E. Scott Adler, University of Colorado, esadler@colorado.edu
         Scott C. James, University of California, Los Angeles, scjames@ucla.edu


Panel 17-T                                                                DEARBORN 3
FORMAL APPROACHES TO LEGISLATIVE POLITICS
(Co-sponsored with Formal Modeling 13-J)
Chair:   Brian D. Humes, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, bhumes@unlserve.unl.edu
Papers: "Outlier and Median Committees in an Efficient and Competitive Legislature:
         Theory and Some Data." Kenneth J. Koford, University of Delaware,
         kofordk@be.udel.edu
         "Minimizing the Risks of Delegation: Multiple Referral in the German Bundesrat."
         Alison B. Alter, Stanford University, aalter@leland.stanford.edu
         "Strategic Information Transmission in a Bicameral Legislature." Jim Battista,
         University of North Texas, battista@unt.edu
         "Modeling the Budget Process." David Primo, Stanford University,
         dprimo@stanford.edu
Disc:    Andrew D. Martin, Washington University, admartin@artsci.wustl.edu




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Panel 18-G                                                            LASALLE 3
ROUNDTABLE: "THE U.S. COURT OF APPEALS: WHAT SHOULD BE STUDIED"
Chair:   Stephen L. Wasby, University at Albany – SUNY, wasb@cnsunix.albany.edu
Part:    Sara Benesh, University of New Orleans, benesh@uno.edu
         Tracey George, georgete@missouri.edu
         Mark Hurwitz, University at Buffalo – SUNY, hurwitz2@buffalo.edu
         Stefanie Lindquist, University of Georgia, cmslind@arches.uga.edu
         Malia Reddick, American Judicature Society, mreddick@ajs.edu
         Reggie Sheehan, Michigan State University, rsheehan@msu.edu


Panel 19-G                                                               LASALLE 4
POWER AND INFLUENCE IN STATE LEGISLATURES
Chair:   Keith Hamm, Rice University, hamm@rice.edu
Papers: “The Effect of Rules Governing Who Receives Power in a Legislature: A
         comparative States Perspective” Kristin Kanthak, University of Arizona,
         kanthak@u.arizona.edu
         “On the Endurance of Legislative Leadership Power in the US States:
         Participatory Shirking, Delegation, and Centralized Power” H.W. Jerome
         Maddox, University of Pennsylvania, jmaddox@sas.upenn.edu
         “Committee Outliers in State Senates” David W. Prince, University of Kentucky,
         dwprin0@pop.uky.edu
          “The Influence of Party in State Legislatures: The Quasi-Experimental Case of
         Nebraska” Gerald C. Wright, Indiana University, wright1@ucs.indiana.edu Brian
         Schaffner
Disc:    Keith Hamm, Rice University, hamm@rice.edu


Panel 20-G                                                               PDR 8
ALTERNATIVE FORMS OF ELECTORAL PARTICIPATION
(Co-Sponsored with Elections, Voting Behavior & Participation, 7-KK)
Chair:   Norman R. Luttbug, Texas A&M, nluttbug@politics.tamu.edu
Papers: “Content and Presentation in Local Tax Referenda.” David R. Elkins,
         Cleveland State University, d.elkins@csuohio.edu
         “Hidden Government, Hidden Elections: The Role of Public Elections in Special
         District Policy.” Nicholas Bauroth, Loyola University of Chicago,
         nbaurot@luc.edu
         “Last Second Win: An Empirical Analysis of a Stadium Referendum.”
         Christopher Borick, Muhlenberg College, cborick@muhlenberg.edu Kevin
         Quinn, St. Norbert College, quinkg@mail.snc.edu Paul Bursik, St. Norbert
         College, burspb@mail.snc.edu
         “The Political Scorecard of Professional Sports Facility Referenda in the United
         States, 1984-2000.” Clyde Brown, Miami University, cbrown@muohio.edu
         David M. Paul, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
         dpaul@students.uiuc.edu
Disc:    Michael Molloy, University of California-San Diego, mmolloy@weber.ucsd.edu


Panel 21-Q                                                           PDR 9
RACE, EDUCATION, AND PUBLIC POLICY
Chair:   Joseph Stewart, Jr., University of New Mexico, joestew@unm.edu.
Papers: “Does Choice Lead to Segregated Schools? Charter Schools and Household
         Preferences.” Gregory Weiher, University of Houston, gweiher@pop.uh.edu
         Kent Tedin, University of Houston, ktedin@uh.edu.




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          “Property Tax Relief and School Desegregation: A Policy Proposal.” Douglas
          Reed, Georgetown University, reedd@gunet.georgetown.edu
          “School Vouchers, Parental Choice, and Race: Evidence from the Field.” William
          Howell, University of Wisconsin, howell@polisci.edu.
          “Shaping Policy from the Classroom: Teachers’ Attitudes and the Success of
          School Choice.” Kathleen Grammatico, University of Virginia,
          kmg9g@virginia.edu.
Disc:     Joseph Stewart, University of New Mexico, joestew@unm.edu.



Panel 22-G                                                                 PARLOR F
THEORETICAL AND METHODOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN THE STUDY OF PUBIC
ORGANIZATIONS
Chair:   Gary J. Miller, Washington University in St. Louis, gjmiller@artsci.wustl.edu
         “Experimentally Examining Adaptive Incrementalism and Complexity in Two-
         Person Cooperative Signaling Games.” Jack Knott, University of Illinois,
         jhknott@uillinois.edu John VerKuilen, University of Illinois, jayv@uic.edu
         “Assessing the Impact of Education Public Policies A Bayesian Hierarchical
         Model of Resource Allocation.” Jeff Gill, University of Florida,
         jgill@polisci@ufl.edu
         "Productivity in the Workplace: Cops, Culture, Communication, Cooperation and
         Collusion." Laura Langbein, American University, langbei@american.edu
         Connie Jorstad, American University
Disc:    Gary J. Miller, Washington University in St. Louis, gjmiller@artsci.wustl.edu
         Sean Gailmard., Cal Tech, gailmard@hss.caltech.edu


Panel 25-F                                                                PDR 7
ROUNDTABLE HONORING BETTY GLAD FOR OUTSTANDING PROFESSIONAL
ACHIEVEMENT
Chair:   Laura Woliver, University of South Carolina, woliver@gwm.sc.edu
Part:    Laura Woliver, University of South Carolina, woliver@gwm.sc.edu
         Robert Jervis, Columbia University, rlj1@columbia.edu
         Eric Shiraev, George Washington University, shiraev@cgi.edu
         Karen Hult, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, khult@vt.edu


3:30pm to 5:00 pm                                                    CRESTHILL ROOM

AJPSEditorialBoard Meeting


4:00pm to 6:00 pm                                                        PARLOR H

University of Iowa Reception


5:30 pm to 7:00 pm                                                   STATE BALLROOM

Women’s Caucus Reception




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5:30 pm to 6:00 pm                                                      RED LACQUER

MPSA Business Meeting


6:00pm to 8:00pm                                                        RED LACQUER

MPSA: President’s Reception


6:00 pm to 8:00 pm                                                      PDR 17

University of Illinois at Chicago Reception


6:00 pm to 8:00 pm                                                     CRYSTAL ROOM

Univeristy of Minnesota Reception


6:00 pm to 8:00 pm                                                      PDR 18

Reception in honor of Lyman A. Kellstedt


10:00 pm to 12:00 am                                                    PDR 17

University of Houston/Rice University/Texas A&M Univeristy Reception


10:00 pm to 12:00 am                                                    PDR 18

Washington University Reception




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                        Saturday April 21, 8:30 -- 10:15
Section 13 Posters (A)                                                  EXHIBIT HALL
ELECTIONS
1.        "Informational Party Primaries and Strategic Ambiguity." Adam Meirowitz,
          Stanford University, ameirow@stanford.edu
          "Primary Elections and the Downsian Model." Shawn Treier, Stanford University,
          satreier@leland.stanford.edu
          "A Model of Split Ticket Voting: Asymmetric Information Flows and Electoral
          Choice in a Separation of Powers System." David K. Park, Columbia University,
          dpk7@columbia.edu
          "A Formal Model of Campaign Tactics." Justin Fox, University of Rochester,
          foxj@troi.cc.rochester.edu


Section 13--Posters (B)
INTERESTS AND INSTITUTIONS
          "The Sender-Receiver Game of Structural Reform." Anthony Bertelli, University
          of Chicago, a-bertelli@uchicago.edu
          "Control and the Collective Action Problem." Karti Sieberg, College of William
          and Mary, kksieb@wm.edu
          "Political Parties and Interest Groups." Eric Waltenburg, Purdue University,
          waltenbu@polsci.purdue.edu
4.        "Learning from the Expectations of Others." James Granato,
          granato@pilot.msu.edu Sunny M. C. Wong, University of Oregon
Disc:     Adam Meirowitz, Stanford University, ameirow@stanford.edu


Section 15 Posters
THEMES IN POLITICAL PARTIES AND INTEREST GROUPS
1.        “Reconciling Duverger's Law with India's Regionalized Multiparty System: A
          Unified Game-Theoretic Model.” Saha Anindya, Cornell University,
          as87@cornell.edu
2.        “Party Leaders and Coalition Strategies.” Sona Nadenichek-Golder, New York
          University, sln202@is5.nyu.edu
3.        “The Impact of Electoral Systems on the Electoral Success of Radical Right-Wing
          Parties in Western Europe.” Matt Golder, New York University,
          mrg217@is8.nyu.edu
Disc:     Leon Epstein, University of Wisconsin, Madison, epstein@polisci.wisc.edu
4.        “Political Parties as Unemployment Insurance for Politicians.” Patricio Navia,
          New York University, pdn200@is7.nyu.edu; Sebastian Saiegh, New York
          University, sms267@is9.nyu.edu
5.        “Evaluating the Nader Campaign: Are We Heading toward a New Party System?”
          John C. Berg, Suffolk University, jberg@world.std.com
6.        “The Changing Veteran Vote: Voting Bloc or Election Year Mirage?” Jeremy M.
          Teigen, University of Texas, Austin, jteigen@gov.utexas.edu
Disc:     Lawrence Longley, Lawrence University, PowerLDL@aol.com
7.        “The Politics of Intimidation.” Alesha E. Doan, California Polytechnic State
          University, adoan@calpoly.edu
8.        “The Carrot and the Stick Continued: Did Business PACs Financially Punish
          Republicans on the China Vote?” David J. Jackson, Bowling Green State
          University, jacksod@bgnet.bgsu.edu Steven T. Engel, Georgia Southern
          University, sengel@gasou.edu




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9.        “Who’s Paying for Democracy? Subsidizing the Initiative Process to Control
          Public Policy.” Stephanie R. Milton, Washington University,
          srmilton@artsci.wustl.edu
Disc:     Anthony James Nownes, University of Tennessee, anownes@utk.edu
13.       “Assessing the Effectiveness of Coalitional Activity in Affirmative Action
          Cases Argued Before the Supreme Court.” Jason Jagemann, Norwich
          University, jjageman@norwich.edu
11.        “Interest Groups: Strategies and Legislative Perceptions.” Julie Harrelson-
          Stephens, University of North Texas, juliehs@unt.edu Brian Bearry, University
          of North Texas, bab0013@unt.edu; Lisa Uhlir, University of North Texas,
          llu0002@unt.edu
12.       “Policy Network Analysis with Media Reports.” Michael Craw, Indiana University,
          mcraw@indiana.edu
Disc:     Richard Jankowski, State University of New York,
          Richard.Jankowski@fredonia.edu


Section 16 Posters
RESEARCH ON THE PRESIDENCY AND EXECUTIVE POLITICS
1.        "The Good, the Bad, and the Average: Qualities of Executive Leadership that
          Define Presidential Greatness." James W. Endersby, University of Missouri,
          endersby@missouri.edu Michael J. Towle, Mount St. Mary=s College,
          towle@msmary.edu
2.        "Public Opinion, Presidential Persuasion, and Changing Members' Votes."
          Jennifer Hora, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, hora@email.unc.edu
          Larry Jacobs, University of Minnesota, ljacobs@polisci.umn.edu Eric
          Ostermeier, University of Minnesota, eoster@polisci.umn.edu Robert Y.
          Shapiro, Columbia University, rvs3@columbia.edu Terry Sullivan, University of
          North Carolina, Chapel Hill, sullivan@metalab.unc.edu
3.        "Structuring the Office of the First Lady, 1974 - 2000." Mary Anne Borrelli,
          Connecticut College, mabor@conncoll.edu
4.        "Theory vs. Practice: A Look at What Real People Think About Their President."
          Joseph L. Wert, Indiana University Southeast, jwert@ius.edu
5.        "Presidential Impeachment: Politics, Preference, or Principle?" William Perkins,
          University of Missouri-Columbia, wbpb6f@mizzou.edu
6.        "A Matter of Interpretation: The Presidential Signing Statement and the Theory of
          Unilateral Action." Christopher S. Kelley, Miami University,
          kelleycs@muohio.edu
7.        "Two Spheres: Issues of Presidential Health and Disability Based in the
          Theoretical Context of Presidential Power." J. Christopher Woolard, Miami
          University, woolarjc@muohio.edu
8.        "Just Like Dad: The Making of the Bush Dynasty." Robert H. Swansbrough,
          University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Bob-Swansborough@utc.edu


Section 24 Posters
A.) CROSSING BOUNDARIES IN UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION
1.        “Replacing the Readings Packet with Web Accessible Materials: Evaluating Fair
          Use, Freedom in Course Design, and Student Receptiveness to Technology
          Initiatives” Thomas Hey, Indiana University, they@indiana.edu
2.        “Political Science on the Road: The Educational Value of Off-Campus Courses”
          Marek Payerhin, Derick Hulme, Edward Lorenz, Alma College,
          payerhin@alma.edu




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3.       “Bridging a Cultural Gap? Teaching Political Science in China” Jody
         Baumgartner International College at Beijing baumgajc@yahoo.com
4.       “Learning and Teaching Across a Disciplinary Divide: The Case of Politics and
         Film” Staci Beavers, Dawn Formo California State University, San Marcos
         sbeavers@coyote.csusm.edu
Disc:    Rhonda Horried Syracuse University horriedrm@hotmail.com
                         B.) TOPICS IN UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION
5.       “The Role of Academic Civic Culture in Political Science Research”
         Thomas McAuliffe, Craig England, Chris Owens, Southern Illinois University
         tbmca@hotmail.com
6.       “Does the Wording of Syllabi Affect Student Course Assessment in Introductory
         Political Science Classes?” John Ishiyama, Truman State University
         jishiyam@truman.edu Stephen Hartlaub Frostburg State University
7.       “Teaching Global Governance” Glenn Hastedt James Madison University,
         hastedgp@jmu.edu
Disc:    Dana Harsell Syracuse University, dharsell@maxwell.syr.edu


Panel 2-H                                                              SANDBURG 4
STATE ACTIVISM AND THE ECONOMY
Chair:    Martin Slann, Clemson University, kibbutz@clemson.edu
Papers: "The State's Activism in Business: Institutional Embeddedness, Path Dependence
          and the Case of South Korea, 1998-2000." Jiho Jang, University of Missouri-
          Columbia, wsjung22@hotmail.com
          "The Role of Government and Asian Economic Crisis: A Comparative Analysis of
          South Korea and Malaysia." Sangmook Lee, Texas Tech University,
          smlee527@yahoo.com
          "Corporatism and Stagnation: Corporatism and Economic Outcomes in the
          Developing World vs. Western Europe." Daniel Nielson, Brigham Young
          University & Duke University, dlnielso@duke.edu
Disc:     Martin Slann, Clemson University, kibbutz@clemson.edu


Panel 3-I                                                                 BURNHAM 1
CANDIDATES AND ELECTIONS IN RUSSIA
Chair:    Thomas Baylis, University of Wisconsin, Madison, tbaylis@polisci.wisc.edu
Papers: “Issues and Candidate Evaluations in Post-Soviet Presidential Elections: Russia,
          Ukraine and Georgia.” Vicki Hesli, University of Iowa, vicki-hesli@uiowa.edu
          “Crooks, Cronies and Democrats: Candidates as the Roots of Democracy in
          Russia.” Regina Smyth, The Pennsylvania State University, ras27@psu.edu
          “Why Not Parties? Supply and Demand on Russia’s Electoral Market.” Henry
          Hale, Indiana University hhale@indiana.edu
          “The Trail of Votes in Russia's 1999 Duma and 2000 Presidential Elections.”
          Mikhail Myagkov, University of Oregon, myagkov@darkwing.uoregon.edu
          Peter Ordeshook, California Institute of Technology,
          ordeshook@hss.caltech.edu
Disc:     Mikhail Filippov, Washington University in St. Louis, filippov@artsci.wustl.edu




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Panel 4-H                                                                BURNHAM 5
JOINING BEHAVIOR IN INTERSTATE CONFLICT
Chair:    Michael W. Simon, Sparta, Inc., Michael_Simon@rosslyn.sparta.com
Papers: “The Analytics of Alignment and Alliance Decisions.” Zachary Anderson, UCLA
          & the Hudson Institute, zachery@ucla.edu
          “Do Alliances Deter Aggression? Alliance Credibility and War Initiation.” Brett
          Ashley Leeds, Florida State University, aleeds@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
          “A Combined Model of War Joining, Intervention, and Bandwagoning.” William
          Reed, Michigan State University, wlreed@msu.edu Havard Hegre, International
          Peace Research Institute, havard@prio.no
Disc:     Michael W. Simon, Sparta, Inc., MichaelSimon@rosslyn.sparta.com

Panel 4-Q                                                                SANDBURG 3
SECURITY STUDIES IN A NEW CENTURY
Chair:   W. Alexander Vacca, Rutgers University, wvacca@rci.rutgers.edu
Papers: “India and Nuclear Arms Control: Moving Closer (A Study of CTBT).” Harsh
         Vardhan Pant, University of Notre Dame, Harsh.V.Pant.3@nd.edu
         “Small State Security After the Cold War.” Sara Hower, Catholic University of
         America, sara.b.johnson@worldnet.att.net
         “Force vs. Politics: Coercion as a Foreign Policy Tool.” Daniel R. Lake,
         University of California-San Diego, drlake@ucsd.edu
Disc:    W. Alexander Vacca, Rutgers University, wvacca@rci.rutgers.edu

Panel 5-F                                                               LASALLE 5
DOMESTIC INFLUENCES AND INTERNATIONAL OUTCOMES
Chair:    Edward Mansfield, Ohio State University, Mansfield@polisci.sbs.ohio-state.edu
Papers: “Political Economy of International Bailouts,” Lawrence Broz, New York
          University, Lawrence.broz@nyu.edu
          “The Effect of Domestic and Foreign Lobbying on Trade Policy,” Wendy Hansen,
          University of New Mexico, wlhansen@unm.edu Jeffrey Drope, University of New
          Mexico, jdrope@unm.edu
          “Modeling the Congressional Electoral Component of Side-Agreements to
          International Treaties,” Michael Brewster Hawes, University of California, San
          Diego, Michael.hawes@alumni.duke.edu
Disc:     Edward Mansfield, Ohio State University, Mansfield@polisci.sbs.ohio-state.edu
          E. Scott Adler, University of Colorado, esadler@colorado.edu

Panel 6-H                                                                 CLARK 7
TURNING OFF TO POLITICS: DISINTEREST, APATHY AND UNCONVENTIONAL
PARTICIPATION
Chair:    Stacy Ulbig, Rice University, stacyu@rice.edu
Papers: “What’s Not to Like? Explaining Public Disinterest in Politics.” Carolyn L. Funk,
          Virginia Commonwealth University, clfunk@vcu.edu
          “Political Speech and Apathy in an American City.” Peter Muhlberger, Carnegie
          Mellon University, peterm@andrew.cmu.edu
          “The Influence of Negative Political Rhetoric on Census 2000 Participation: An
          Experimental Manipulation.” Jane Junn, Rutgers University,
          junn@rci.rutgers.edu
          “Americans’ Desire for Stealth Democracy.” Elizabeth Theiss-Morse, University
          of Nebraska-Lincoln, etheissmorse1@unl.edu John R. Hibbing, University of
          Nebraska-Lincoln, jhibbing1@unl.edu;
Disc:     Laurie Rhodebeck, University of Louisville, l.rhodebeck@louisville.edu




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Panel 7-I                                                                     PDR 5
CIVIC ENGAGEMENT IN AMERICAN POLITICS
Chair:    Gregory B. Markus, University of Michigan, gmarkus@umich.edu
Papers: “Causes and Consequences of Civic Engagement in America.” Gregory B.
          Markus, University of Michigan, gmarkus@umich.edu Hanes Walton, Jr.
          University of Michigan
          “Consumer Activism in American Politics.” Caroline Heldman, Rutgers
          University/Fairfield University, heldman@rci.rutgers.edu
          “The Power of Political Principle: An Instrumental Explanation of Vietnam Anti-
          War Protests.” Stuart L. Hill, University of California, Davis, slhill@ucdavis.edu
          “The Varied Effects of Higher Education on Political and Civic Engagement.”
          Sunshine Hillygus, Stanford University, hillygus@stanford.edu
Disc:     Robert C. Luskin Univeristy of Texas at Austin rcl@jeeves.la.utexas.edu

Panel 9 H                                                               PDR 7
GENDER, CULTURE AND THE STATE
Chair:    Rogan Kersh, Syracuse University, rtkersh@maxwell.syr.edu
Papers: “Expressions and Representations of Suburban Masculinity.” Margaret
          Hirschberg, University of Wisconsin-Waukesha, mhirschb@uwc.edu
          “Synthesizing Republican Motherhood and Republican Manhood: The Arts and
          Crafts Movement in American Political Development.” Jim Josefson,
          Bridgewater College, jjosefso@bridgewater.edu Emily Tulli, Bridgewater
          College, elt001@bridgewater.edu
          “Reading Her Political Self: Oprah Book Club Characters’ Experiences as Models
          of American Women’s Public Policy Encounters.” Mary P. McGuire, Hobart and
          William Smith Colleges, mpmcguire@hws.edu
Disc:     Phillip Abbott, Wayne State University, aa2393@mail3.wayne.edu


Panel 9-N                                                               SANDBURG 6
VIEWING PUBLIC POLICY THROUGH A GENDER LENS
Chair:    Amy Caiazza, Institute for Women’s Policy Research, caiazza@iwpr.org
Papers: “Constructing Women’s Social Citizenship: The Example of Unemployment
          Insurance.” Vicky Lovell, Institute for Women’s Policy Research, lovell@iwpr.org
          “Women Candidates’ Stake in Campaign Finance Reform: How Current Laws
          and Potential Reforms Would Affect Women’s Political Representation.” Barbara
          C. Burrell, Northern Illinois University, bburrell@niu.edu
          “Labor Pains: Employment Policy and the women’s Bureau of the U.S. Labor
          Department.” Sharon H. Mastracci, University of Texas,
          Sharon@mail.utexas.edu
Disc:     Dorothy McBride Stetson, Florida Atlantic University, stetsond@fau.edu

Panel 11-I                                                                MONTROSE 2
LEVIATHAN AND THE PRINCE: HOBBES AND MACHIAVELLI
Chair:    David F. Ericson, Wichita State University, ericson@twsuvm.uc.twsu.edu
Papers: “Hobbes as a Liberal ‘Mirror’ of the Sovereign.” David F. Ericson, Wichita State
          University, ericson@twsuvm.uc.twsu.edu
          “Hobbes versus Machiavelli: The Significance for Political Theory of Hobbes’s
          Discourses.” Yishaiya Abosch, Claremont Graduate University,
          abosch@cqu.edu
          “Machiavelli and the Mirror of Virtue.” Martin de Bruyn, Purdue University,
          debruyn@polisci.purdue.edu
Disc:     Paul Axelrod, University of Washington, axelrod@u.washington.edu




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Panel 12-H                                                                 MONTROSE 3
PUBLIC VIRTUES IN POPULAR FILM
Chair:   John S. Nelson, University of Iowa, john-nelson@uiowa.edu
Papers: “It’s Good to Be King: Mass Publics in Popular Films.” John S. Nelson,
         University of Iowa, john-nelson@uiowa.edu
         “Remaking a Public Space: Political Lessons from Apollo 13.” Dirk Deam, Iowa
         State University, dirk-deam@uiowa.edu
         “Return to Silent Spring: Toxic Waste and the Politics of Risk.” Joan
         Blauwkamp, University of Nebraska at Kearney, blauwkampj@unk.edu
         “Join the Club: Gender and Public Virtue in Two Popular Films.” Anna Lorien
         Nelson, Michigan State University, annanelson@email.com
         “Shaken Not Stirred: James Bond Films and Sexual Culture over Time.” Peggy
         Wesselink, Potsdam College, SUNY, wesselpj@potsdam.edu Nicole R.
         Krassas, Eastern Connecticut State University, krassasn@easternct.edu


Panel 13-D                                                                LASALLE 1
MODELS IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS
Chair:   Sven E. Feldmann, University of Chicago, sven@uchicago.edu
Papers: "What Makes Democracies Credible." Ronny Razin, New York University,
         rr71@nyu.edu; Gilat Levy, London School of Economics, g.levy@lse.ac.uk
         "Direct and Indirect Initiatives." Simon Hug, University of Texas at Austin,
         shug@mail.la.utexas.edu
         "Separate Powers and the Political Economy of Resource Dissipation." David
         Epstein, Columbia University, de11@columbia.edu, Peter Rosendorff,
         University of Southern California, bpeter@usc.edu
         "Democratic Opposition versus Elites." Bahar Leventoglu, University of
         Rochester, brlu@troi.cc.rochester.edu
Disc:    Christopher Butler, Michigan State University, butlerc2@msu.edu
         Sven E. Feldmann, University of Chicago, sven@uchicago.edu


Panel 14-H                                                              LASALLE 2
MODELS OF REDISTRICTING
Chair:   TBA
Papers: "The Upper Chamber as a Majority Constraining Mechanism in Federal Systems:
         Malapportionment and the Filibuster in the U.S. Senate Since the New Deal."
         Noah Kaplan, Columbia University, noah@columbia.edu
         "Pinochet's Gerrymander: Electoral Districts and Chile's Democratic Transition."
         John Londregan, University of California, Los Angeles, jbl@ucla.edu
Disc:    TBA


Panel 15-K                                                                MONTROSE 1
GROUPS, INTERESTS, AND AMERICAN PARTY COALITIONS
Chair:   Sean Savage, Saint Mary's College, ssavage@saintmarys.edu
Papers: “Shifting Bases, Shifting Debates: Political Parties and the Increasing Centrality
         of Distributive Concerns in Income Tax Debates, 1950-2000.” Jeffrey M.
         Stonecash, Syracuse University, jstone@syr.edu Andrew E. Milstein, Syracuse
         University, aemilste@maxwell.syr.edu
         “Small Business and the Development of the Republican Party since 1940.”
         McGee Young, Syracuse University, mwyoung@maxwell.syr.edu
         “African Americans in the Republican Party: Why we Choose the Road Less




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         Traveled.” Phillip J. Ardoin, Southern University, ardoin@home.com Ronald
         Vogel, Southern University, ron@idsmail.com
         “Interest Group-Political Party Affiliations in a World of Short-Term Temptations:
         A Closer Look at Mutually Beneficial Exchange.” Maricele Cornejo Riemann,
         Columbia University, mjc60@columbia.edu
Disc:    Geoffrey C. Layman, Vanderbilt University, geoff.layman@vanderbilt.edu

Panel 16-B                                                              CLARK 10
PRESIDENTIAL INFLUENCE ON THE PUBLIC'S AND CONGRESSIONAL AGENDAS
Chair:   Richard Fleisher, Fordham University, fleisher@fordham.edu
Papers: "Agenda change, Conflict, and the Role of Congressional Committees in Foreign
         Policy" Bryan W. Marshall, University of Missouri, St. Louis,
         bryan.marshall@umsl.edu
         "Can the President Gain the Public's Attention?" George C. Edwards III, Texas
         A&M University, gedwards@tamu.edu
         "Anticipating Agendas: Dynamics of Presidential Policy." Matthew Eshbaugh-
         Soha, Texas A&M University, mjesoha@integrity.tamu.edu
         "State Level Approval and Presidential Travel." Jeffrey E. Cohen, Fordham
         University, cohen@fordham.edu Richard Powell, rpowell@hamilton.edu
Disc:    Cary R. Covington, University of Iowa, cary-covington@uiowa.edu

Panel 17-H                                                              DEARBORN 2
HISTORY, POLICY, AND LEGISLATIVE POLITICS
Chair:   Jeffrey A, Jenkins, Princeton University and Michigan State University,
         jjenkins@princeton.edu
Papers: "Does Policy Make Politics? Congressional Agendas, Lawmaking, and
         Sectionalism, 1930-1952." Ira Katznelson, Columbia University,
         iik1@columbia.edu John Lapinski, Yale University, john.lapinski@yale.edu
         Rose Razaghian, Columbia University, rr222@columbia.edu
         "The Establishment of United States Financial Credibility." Rose Razaghian,
         Columbia University, rr222@columbia.edu
         "Replicating and Extending the Divided We Govern List of Important Statutes: Is
         It Science Yet?" Eric R. Petersen, Congressional Research Service,
         epetersen@crs.loc.gov
Disc:    Charles Stewart III, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, cstewart@mit.edu


Panel 17-O                                                               DEARBORN 3
PARTICIPATION AND INFORMATION IN CONGRESS
Chair:   Brian R. Sala, University of California, Davis, brsala@ucdavis.edu
Papers: "The Ties that Bind: How Participation in Congress is Affected by Memberships
         on Caucuses, Committees, and Leadership Systems." Scott Ainsworth,
         University of Georgia, sainswor@arches.uga.edu Thad Hall, University of
         Georgia and the Century Foundation, thall@tcf.org
         "Strategic Influences and Congressional Voting: Continuity and Change."
         Lawrence Rothenberg, University of Rochester, Lrot@troi.cc.rochester.edu
         Mitchell Sanders, Florida State University and University of Rochester,
         Msanders@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
         "Who Speaks to Whom? Purpose and Bias in Legislative Information Networks."
         Brad T. Gomez, University of South Carolina, gomezbt@sc.edu
         "Members and their Party Caucus." Richard Forgette, Miami University,
         forgetrg@muohio.edu
Disc:    William Bianco, Penn State University, wtb3@psu.edu




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Panel 18-H                                                              LASALLE 3
TRIAL COURTS
Chair:   Kenneth L. Manning, University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth,
         kmanning@umassd.edu
Papers: “Applying Attitudinal Models to Lower Federal Courts: Influences on Trial Judges’
         Decisions to Admit Scientific Expert Testimony” Jeremy Buchman, C.W. Post
         Campus of Long Island University, jeremy.buchman@liu.edu
         “Lower Federal Trial Court Responses to Supreme Court Precedent: The Case of
         Sexual Harassment” Francis Carleton, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay,
         carletof@uwbq.edu
          “Model for the Determination of Factors Causing Sentencing Reform” Keith
         Clement, University of Tennessee, kclement@utkux.utcc.utk.edu.kcl John W.
         Barbrey, University of Tennessee, jbarbrey@utk.edu
          “The Misuse of Prosecutor’s Discretion: A Case Study” Lettie McSpadden,
         Northern Illinois University, lettie@niu.edu
Disc:    Lawrence Baum, Ohio State University, Baum.4@osu.edu


Panel 18-N                                                              CLARK 5
JUDICIAL STRATEGIES
Chair:   Steven Puro, St. Louis University, puro@slu.edu
Papers: “The Allocation of Resources by Interest Groups: Lobbying, Litigation, and
         Administrative Regulation” John de Figueiredo, Massachusetts Institute of
         Technology, jdefig@mit.edu J. P. de Figueiredo, Jr. University of California,
         Berkeley, rui@haas.berkeley.edu
         "The Use of Oral Arguments in Supreme Court Decisions During the Vinson and
         Warren Courts. "Timothy R. Johnson, tjohnson@polisci.umn.edu
         “Congressional Direction of Judicial Policymaking During an Era of Republican
         Control” Joseph L. Smith, Grand Valley State University, smithj@gvsu.edu
         “Ideology, Hierarchy, and Judicial Decision Making: Employment Discrimination
         Cases in District and Appellate Courts” Sean Farhang, Columbia University,
         sf238@columbia.edu Gregory Wawro, Columbia University,
         gfw10@columbia.edu
Disc:    Sunita Parikh, Washington University, saparikh@artsci.wustl.edu
         William McLauchlan, Purdue University, addressmclauchl@polisci.purdue.edu


Panel 19-I                                                                LASALLE 4
TAXING AND SPENDING IN THE STATES
Chair:    Kevin Smith, University of Nebraska, ksmith1@unlserve.unl.edu
Papers: “Tradeoffs in State Expenditures: A Theory and Empirical Analysis Across States
          and Time” B. Dan Wood, Texas A&M University, bdanwood@polisci.tamu.edu
          Sean Crotty, Texas A&M University, sean-christopher-crotty@tamu.edu Nick
          Andrew Theobald, Texas A&M University, ntheobald@tamu.edu
          “Financing State Government: A Cross-State Comparison of the Effects of Tax
          and Expenditure Limits” Christopher Hoene, Public Policy Institute of
          California/Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, hoene@cbpp.org
          “Tax and Expenditure Limitations: A Comparative Political Analysis” Michael
          New, Stanford University, new@stanford.edu
          “Pickin’ and Choosin’: The Motivational Factors that Influence Social Spending in
          the American States” Regina C. Gray, University of Maryland at College Park,
          rgray@gvpt.umd.edu
Disc:     Kevin B. Smith, University of Nebraska, ksmith1@unlserve.unl.edu




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Panel 20-C                                                                   PDR 8
THE EFFECTS OF STATE POLITICAL AND INSTITUTIONAL STRUCTURE ON LOCAL
GOVERNANCE (Co-sponsored with State Politics and Intergovernmental Relations 19-Q)
Chair:   Robert Lineberry, University of Houston, ssq@jetson.uh.edu
Papers: “Leadership Turnover and Political Time Horizons: An Examination of Municipal
         Debt Financing.” James C. Clingermayer, Northern Kentucky University,
         clingermayer@nku.edu Barbara McCabe, Arizona State University,
         Barbara.mccabe@asu.edu Richard C. Feiock, Florida State University,
         rfeiock@coss.fsu.edu
         “American State Legislatures and the Demise of Local Politics.” Nancy Burns,
         University of Michigan, nburns@umich.edu Laura Evans, University of Michigan
         Gerald Gamm, University of Rochester, grgm@troi.cc.rochester.edu Corrine
         McConnaughy, University of Michigan
         “Home Rule and State-Local Politics in America: An Empirical Investigation.”
         Anirudh V.S. Ruhil, University of Illinois at Chicago, Ruhil@uic.edu Pedro J.
         Camoes, University of South Carolina, pjcamoes@students.cla.sc.edu
         “Fierce Creatures: Cities, States, and the Institutions of Collective
         Action.”Bertram Johnson, Harvard University, bnjohns@fas.harvard.edu
Disc:    Robert Lineberry, University of Houston, ssq@jetson.uh.edu
         Robert Stein, Rice University, stein@rice.edu


Panel 21-F                                                               MONTROSE 7
POLICY IMPLEMENTATION
Chair:   Mark Rom, Georgetown University, romm@gunet.georgetown.edu
Papers: “Research on Policy Implementation: A Comparative Perspective.” Luc Bernier,
         Ecole nationale d’administration publique, luc_bernier@enap.uquebec.ca
         “Following Through; Interest Groups and the Pursuit of Effective Policy
         Implementation.” Donald Haider-Markel, University of Kansas,
         prex@lark.cc.ukans.edu
         “Implementation and Governance in Welfare-to-Work Programs: Caseworker Job
         Design and Client Outcomes.” Carolyn Hill, University of Chicago,
         cj-hill@uchiacgo.edu
         “Welfare Reform Devolution in Urban Communities: The Case of Marion and
         Lake Counties in Indiana.” Marilyn Klotz, Indiana University,
         makloz@indiana.edu
Disc:    Mark Rom, Georgetown University, romm@gunet.georgetown.edu
         Saundra Schneider, University of South Carolina, Saundra-schneider@sc.edu


Panel 21-S                                                               PDR 9
TOBACCO POLICY AND POLITICS
Chair:   John Gardiner, University of Illinois-Chicago, graceland@uic.edu
Papers: “Assessing the Correlates of State Policy Adoption: The Case of Youth Access to
         Tobacco.” Jamie Chriqui, Maya Tech Corporation, Jamie@mayatech.com
          “Regulation and Federalism: The Politics of State Cigarette Taxation.” Michael
         J. Licari, SUNY-Binghamton, mlicari@binghamton.edu
         “Factors Affecting Municipal Enforcement of Ordinances Prohibiting South
         Access to Tobacco Products in DuPage County Illinois.” Patricia Johnson,
         University of Illinois-Chicago, pjohns6@uic.edu
         “The Influence of Competing Issue Frames on the Adoption of Municipal
         Ordinances for Tobacco Control.” Scott Hays, University of Illinois-Urbana,
         sphays@uiuc.edu Carol Hays, University of Illinois-Urbana, cehays@uiuc.edu




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          John Vinzant, University of Illinois-Urbana, vinzant@uiuc.edu Kathleen Gary,
          University of Illinois-Urbana, kgary@uiuc.edu
Disc:     Frank Chaloupka, University of Illinois-Chicago, fic@uiuc.edu Christopher
          Mooney, University of Illinois-Springfield, mooney.christopher@uis.edu


Panel 22-I                                                                PARLOR F
ADMINISTRATIVE DESIGN OF HEALTH AND WELFARE POLICY
(Co-sponsored with Public Policy 21-X)
Chair:    Deborah R. McFarlane, University of New Mexico, dmcf@unm.edu
Papers: “The Political Origins of Administrative Appeals: How Program Designs and
          Political Environments Shape Resistance to Agency.” Lael R. Keiser, University
          of Missouri, keiserl@missouri.edu Joe Soss, American University,
          jsoss@american.edu
          “State Children’s Health Insurance Programs: A Model of Differences.”
          Christopher Stream, University of Idaho, cstream@uidaho.edu Cassandra
          Equsquiza, University of Idaho
          “Distributing Health: Local Impacts of Federal Clinic Programs.” LaVonna Blair
          Lewis, University of Southern California, lblair@usc.edu Nani Lee, University of
          Southern California
          “The Leadership Role of State Government in Welfare Reform.” Dennis Daily,
          NC State University, dennisdaley@ncsu.edu Michael Vasu, NC State University,
          vasu@social.chass.ncsu.edu Meredith Blackwell Weinstein, NC State
          University
Disc:     Eric Patashnik, UCLA, ericpat@sppsr.ucla.edu


Panel 23-A                                                                BURNHAM 2
POLITICAL VALUES AND AMERICAN POLITICAL CULTURE
Chair:   Wendy Rahn, University of Minnesota, wrahn@polisci.umn.edu
Papers: “One Nation Divisible: Racial Stereotypes and Political Values in America.”
         Michele M. Baer, SUNY-Stony Brook, mbaer@ic.sunysb.edu
         “Reconciling Americans’ Love of Free Market Ideals with Slow and Messy
         Democracy.” Amy Gangl, University of Minnesota, amygangl@hotmail.com
         “The Influence of Equalities: Assessing the Implications of Multidimensional
         Political Values.” Susan J. Tabrizi, SUNY-Stony Brook, stabrizi@ic.synysb.edu
         “Markodemocracy? A Reconnaisance.” Richard M. Merelman, University of
         Wisconsin-Madison, merelman@polisci.wisc.edu; Michael Franz, University of
         Wisconsin-Madison, MMFranz@polisci.wisc.edu
Disc:    Lane Crothers, Illinois State University, alcroth@ilstu.edu


Panel 25-A                                                           PDR 6
TENURE! NOW WHAT?: PLANNING THE POST-TENURE CAREER
Chair:   Trudy Steuernagel, Kent State University, tsteuern@kent.edu
Part:    Trudy Steuernagel, Kent State University, tsteuern@kent.edu
         Susan Welch, Penn State University, swelch@psu.edu
         Joyce Baugh, Central Michigan University, Joyce.Baugh@cmich.edu
         Georgia Duerst-Lahti, Beloit College, duerstgj@beloit.edu




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Panel 26-A                                                              DEARBORN 1
THE QUESTION OF BODY AND SOUL IN GREEK POLITICAL THOUGHT
Chair:   Catherine Zuckert, University of Notre Dame, Catherine.Zuckert.2@nd.edu
Papers: “Socrates’ Gay Science.” Paul I. Howard, Fordham University,
         phoward@sprintmail.com
         “The Body and Soul of Aristotle’s Politics.” William C. Roberts, Pennsylvania
         State University, williamclareroberts@yahoo.com
          “The Education of Body and Soul in Plato’s Laws.” Jill M. Budny, University of
         Notre Dame, jbudny@earthlink.net
Disc:    Mary P. Nichols, Fordham University, mnichols@fordham.edu Catherine
         Zuckert, University of Notre Dame, Catherine.Zuckert.2@nd.edu


8:15 am to 10:15 am                                                BURNHAM 4

Concord Coaliton Meeting/Workshop


8:30 am to 10:15 am                                                CRYSTAL ROOM

MPSA Council Meeting


9:00 am to 5:00 pm                                                 OFF SITE

American Political Sceicne Association Council Meeting




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                              Saturday 10:30 -- 12:15
Panel 1-I                                                                 SANDBURG 6
POLITICAL REPRESENTATION AND COMPARATIVE NORMS IN INDUSTRIAL
DEMOCRACIES
Chair: Gallya Lahav, State University of New York at Stony Brook,
          gallya.lahav@sunysb.edu
Papers: “Using Modernization Theory and Cultural Theory to Predict the Responses of
          Publics Not Yet Surveyed” Ronald Inglehart, University of Michigan,
          rfi@umich.edu Christian Welzel Hans-Dieter Klingemann
          “Assessing the Effects on Citizens of the Quality of Democracy in the Industrial
          Democracies.” Benjamin Radcliff, University of Notre Dame, radcliff.1@Nd.edu
          “Public Opinion about Political Representation in West European Democracies.”
          Robert Rohrschneider, Indiana University, rrohrsch@indiana.edu
          “The Elite-Mass Connection: Perceptions and Misperceptions in Collective
          Correspondence.“ Gallya Lahav, State University of New York at Stony Brook,
          gallya.lahav@sunysb.edu Joseph Bafumi, Columbia University,
          jb878@columbia.edu
Disc:     Robert Y. Shapiro, Columbia University, rys3@columbia.edu


Panel 1-J                                                                  PDR 8
JAPAN: THE COMPETITION-LESS PARTY SYSTEM
(Co-Sponsored with Political Parties and Interest Groups, 15-O)
Chair:    Dennis Patterson, Michigan State University, patter95@pilot.msu.edu
Papers: “Democracy Without Competition: Opposition Failure in One-Party Dominant
          Japan.” Ethan Scheiner, Duke University, scheiner@duke.edu
          “Estimating Party Competition and the Personal Vote in Japan.” Shigeo Hirano,
          Harvard University, shirano@fas.harvard.edu
          ”Factions, Seniority and Legislator’s Survival: Japan’s Liberal Democrat, 1963-
          83” Jun Saito, Yale University, jun.saito@yale.edu
          “Collusion in ‘Competitive’ Party Systems.” Robert Weiner, UC-Berkeley,
          rweiner@uclink4.berkeley.edu
Disc:     Dennis Patterson, Michigan State University, patter95@pilot.msu.edu


Panel 2-D                                                                SANDBURG 4
EXECUTIVE-LEGISLATIVE RELATIONS IN LATIN AMERICA
Chair:    Mark Jones, Michigan State University, Mark.Jones@ssc.msu.edu
Papers: "Parliamentarized Presidentialism: A Unique Model of Executive-Legislative
          Relationships." Miguel Centellas, Western Michigan University,
          miguel.centellas@wmich.edu
          "Does the President Govern Alone? Legislative Decree Authority and Institutional
          Design in Brazil and Argentina." Gabriel L. Negretto, Centro de Investigación y
          Docencia Económicas, Mexico, gnegretto@dis1.cide.mx
          "A Tale of Two Committees: The Role of Investigative Committees in the
          Impeachment of Presidents in Brazil and Colombia." Naoko Kada, University of
          California, San Diego, nkada@ucsd.edu
          "Neoliberal Reform and Interbranch Relations." Gregg Bagel Johnson,
          University of Arizona, gbjohnso@u.arizona.edu
Disc:     Mark Jones, Michigan State University, Mark.Jones@ssc.msu.edu




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Panel 3-J                                                                 BURNHAM 1
ETHNICITY AND DEMOCRATIZATION IN THE MIDDLE EAST
Chair:    Ellen Lust-Okar, Yale University, ellen.lust-okar@yale.edu
Papers: “Civil Society Speaking Out? Examing Political Attitudes Among Members and
          Non-Members of Civic Organizations in the West Bank.” Amaney Jamal,
          University of Michigan, amaneyps@umich.edu
          “Ethnicity and Democratic Stability: Israel in Comparative Perspective.” Sherry
          R. Lowrance, University of Texas, Austin, lowrance@mail.la.utexas.edu
          “Problematizing Neo-Liberalism for Democratic Extensions in the Turkish
          Context.” Simten Cosar, Baskent University, scosar@superonline.com
          “The State-Society Relations and Prospects for Democracy in Iran.” Ali R.
          Abootalebi University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire, abootaar@uwec.edu
Disc:     Irfan Nooruddin, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Irfann@umich.edu
          Ellen Lust-Okar, Yale University, ellen.lust-okar@yale.edu


Panel 4-I                                                                 BURNHAM 5
THEORETICAL AND EMPIRICAL ASSESSMENTS OF THE DEMOCRATIC PEACE
Chair:    Andrew J. Enterline, University of North Texas, ajenter@unt.edu
Papers: “Toward a Historical Framework for Democratic Peace Theory: Edmund Burke,
          the Christian Commonwealth, and Contemporary Security Issues.” Sara Hower,
          The Catholic University of America, sara.b.Johnson@worldnett.att.net Steven P.
          Millies, The Catholic University of America, millies@cua.edu
          “Democracy and War Escalation.” Jo Jong In, Michigan State University,
          jojongin@pilot.msu.edu Hwang Won Jae, Michigan State University,
          hwangwon@pilot.msu.edu
          “A Flawed Peace: A Reassessment of the Evidence for the Democratic Peace
          Proposition in Latin America, 1919-2000.” Sebastian Rosato, University of
          Chicago, s-rosato@uchicago.edu
          “Estimating the Utility of the Normative Explanation of the Democratic Peace.”
          Stephen L. Quackenbush, University at Buffalo-SUNY, slq1@acsu.buffalo.edu;
          Frank C. Zagare, University at Buffalo-SUNY, fczagare@acsu.buffalo.edu
Disc:     Andrew J. Enterline, University of North Texas, ajenter@unt.edu


Panel 5-I                                                                 LASALLE 5
EXCHANGE RATE POLITICS AND POLICIES
Chair:    John Freeman, University of Minnesota, freeman@polisci.umn.edu
Papers: “Financial Crises, Social Conflict and Market Inefficiencies,” Scott Schmidt,
          Washington University, seschmit@artsci.wustl.edu
          “Currency Crises and Institutions,” Quan Li, Penn State University,
          quanli@psu.edu Maria Inclan, Penn State University, minclan@psu.edu
          “The Politics of Exchange Rate Based Stabilizations,” Hector Schamis, Cornell
          University; Christopher Way, Cornell University, crw12@cornell.edu
          “Electoral Instability and Currency Crises,” Michele Chang, Colgate University,
          mmchang@mail.colgate.edu
Disc:     John Freeman, University of Minnesota, freeman@polisci.umn.edu




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Panel 6-E                                                                CLARK 7
IN GOVERNMENT WE TRUST (OR NOT)
Chair:    Elizabeth Theiss-Morse, University of Nebraska, Lincoln
          etheissmorse1@unl.edu
Papers: “Exchange and Trust: A New Theory of Trust in Government.” Luke Keele,
          University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, keele@email.unc.edu
          “Can We Trust the NES Political Trust Measure?” Stacy Ulbig, Rice University,
          stacyu@rice.edu John R. Alford, Rice University, jra@rice.edu
          “Measuring Political Legitimacy in American Public Opinion.” Matthew DeBell,
          Georgetown University, md@attglobal.net
          “Family Structure and the Transmission of Political Values.” James W.
          Endersby, University of Missouri, endersby@missouri.edu Richard J. Hardy,
          University of Missouri, hardyr@missouri.edu
Disc:     John R. Hibbing, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, jhibbing1@unl.edu


Panel 7-J                                                               PDR 5
CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS
Chair:     Nathan Burroughs, University of Georgia, emperor@arches.uga.edu
Papers: “Resource, Engagement, Recruitment and Political Contributions.” William
          Claggett, Florida State University, wclagget@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
          “Campaign Contributions and Voter Response.” Michael J. Ensley, Duke
          University, mje3@duke.edu
          “Campaign Finance Regulation and Voter Turnout.” Jeffrey Milyo, University of
          Chicago, jdmilyo@uchicago.edu David Primo, Stanford University; Timothy
          Groseclose, Stanford University
          “Time Value of Money in Congressional Primaries.” Nathan Burroughs,
          University of Georgia, emperor@arches.uga.edu Janna L. Deitz, University of
          Georgia, jdeitz@arches.uga.edu William Gillespie, University of Georgia,
          wgilles@arches.uga.edu Brian Harward, University of Georgia,
          bharward@arches.uga.edu
Disc:     Alan Gerber Yale University alan.gerber@yale.edu


Panel 7-W                                                               PDR 4
ADVANCES IN THE ANALYSIS OF BRITISH ELECTORAL BEHAVIOR
(Co-sponsored with Comparative/Industrialized Countries, 1-R )
Chair:   Geoffrey Evans, Oxford University, geoffrey.evans@nuffield.oxford.ac.uk
Papers: “Explaining Short-Term Electoral Change: A Multiwave Panel Analysis of Vote
         Switching, 1992-1997.” Geoffrey Evans, Oxford University,
         Geoffrey.evans@nuffield.oxford.acuk Robert Andersen, Oxford University,
         Robert.Andersen@sociology.oxford.ac.uk
         “Abstention and Tactical Voting in England, 1987-1997.” Stephen Fisher, Oxford
         University, steve.fisher@nuffield.oxford.ac.uk
         “Are Generational or Period Factors Responsible for Declining Partisan Strength
         in the UK?” James Tilley, Oxford University, james.tilley@nuf.ox.ac.uk
         “The Media and Enlightened Preferences: Attitudes and Party Choice During the
         Electoral Cycle.” Robert Andersen, Oxford University,
         Robert.Andersen@sociology.oxford.ac.uk Anthony Heath, Oxford University,
         Anthony.heath@nuf.ox.ac.uk
Disc:    Mark Franklin, Trinity College, markfranklin@trincoll.edu




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Panel 8-K                                                         STATE BALLROOM
ROUNDTABLE: MEDIA COVERAGE OF THE CAMPAIGN 2000 POST-ELECTION
PERIOD
Chair:    Matthew R. Kerbel, Villanova University, matthew.kerbel@villanova.edu
Part:     Dean Alger, 75227.173@compuserve.com
          Doris Graber, University of Illinois, dgraber@uic.edu
          Marjorie Hershey, Indiana University, hershey@indiana.edu
          Timothy Cook Harvard University tcook@williams .edu


Panel 9-I                                                                PDR 7
FEMINISM, ANTI-FEMINISM, AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
Chair:    Marie Provine, Syracuse University, dprovine@nsf.gov
Papers: “A Feminist Critique of Civil Disobedience in America.”
          Nicholas Guehlstorf, Purdue University, guehlsto@polsci.purdue.edu
          “Gender Studies, Feminist Politics and Women’s Studies: Differences within the
          Discipline.” Shannon Mariotti, University of Texas at Austin,
          smariotti@mail.utexas.edu
          “The War Against Feminism: A Critique of Christina Hoff Sommers’ ‘The War
          Against Boys.’” Gwyneth I. Williams, Webster University, williagi@webster.edu
Disc:     Kristen Renwick Monroe, University of California at Irvine, krmonroe@uci.edu

Panel 10-C                                                               PDR 6
RACE, SCHOOL CONTEXT AND POLITICAL BEHAVIOR AMONG AMERICAN YOUTH
Chair:   Wilbur Rich, Russell Sage Foundation, wrich@rsage.org
Papers: “The Positive Effect of Black Density on Crossover Voting: A Re-Evaluation of
         Social Interaction Theory”, Lui Badong, Stephens College,
         pliu@wc.stephens.edu
         “Ties that Bind? African-American Youth, the Church and Political Mobilization”,
         Caroline Nordlund, Brown University, Caroline_Nordlund@brown.edu
         “Tolerance for Ethnic Diversity and Immigration Among Black and White
         Adolescents”, J. Celeste Lay, University of Maryland, clay@gvpt.umd.edu
         James G. Gimpel, University of Maryland, jgimpel@bss2.umd.edu;
         “The Impact of College Students’ Exposure to Diversity on Civic Responsibility
         and Attitudes Toward Government”, Susan Johnson, University of Wisconsin-
         Whitewater, johnsons@mial.uww.edu Xia Li Lollar, University of Wisconsin-
         Whitewater, lollarx@uww.edu
Disc:    Scott Robinson, Texas A&M University, srobinson@polisci.tamu.edu
         A’Lelia Henry, Carter G. Woodson Institute, University of Virginia,
         arhu9u@cms.mail.virginia.edu

Panel 11-E                                                             MONTROSE 2
SPECIFYING THE SELF: LIBERAL DILEMMAS
Chair:   Amy McCready, Bucknell University, mccready@bucknell.edu
Papers: “The Body, the Soul and Punishment in a Letter Concerning Toleration.” Dan
         Kapust, University of Wisconsin, Madison, dkapust@polisci.wisc.edu
         “The Divided Self: Women and Marriage in Hobbes and Locke.” Patty Strach,
         University of Wisconsin, Madison, pstrach@polisci.wisc.edu
         “Locke and Dewey: Education Across the Modern Divide.” Kirk Greer, The
         University of Chicago, k-green@uchicago.edu
         “Dissecting the Liberal Mind: The Supreme Court’s Approach to Free Speech
         and Prayer in Schools.” Ann Davies, Beloit College, daviesa@beloit.edu
Disc:    Jacqueline Pfeffer St. John’s College, jpfeffer@earthlink.net




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Panel 12-I                                                                  MONTROSE 3
CARE, CURRENCIES, AND CONTESTATION: AGONIZING (OVER) DEMOCRACY
Chair:    Bonnie Honig, Northwestern University, b-honig@northwestern.edu
Papers: “Care and the Agon: Democratic Possibilities.” Simona Goi, Calvin College,
          sgoi@calvin.edu
          “Contesting Same-Sex Marriage: Intimate Association, Democratic Equality, and
          Normalization.” Morris Kaplan, Purchase College-SUNY,
          mbkaplan@compuserve.com
          “Contesting Political Economies of ‘Currency.’” Romand Coles, Duke University,
          coles@duke.edu
          "Politics as a Contest of Interpretations: Strauss and Foucault".
          Miguel Vatter, Northwestern University, m-vatter@northwestern.edu
Disc:     John Tambornino, Johns Hopkins University, john.tambornino@fns.usda.gov


Panel 13-E                                                              LASALLE 1
MODELS OF BOUNDED RATIONALITY
Chair:   Ken Shotts, Northwestern University, k-shotts@nwu.edu
Papers: "Democratic Theory with an Uninformed Electorate."
         Christopher H. Achen, University of Michigan, achen@umich.edu Larry M.
         Bartels, Princeton University, bartels@princeton.edu
         "Coordination in Turnout Games." Daniel Diermeier, Northwestern University, d-
         diermeier@kellogg.nwu.edu Jan Van Mieghem, Northwestern University,
         vanmieghem@kellogg.nwu.edu
         "Explaining Behavioral Diversity Through Strategic Choice in Game Ensembles."
         Jenna Bednar, University of Michigan, jbednar@umich.edu Scott Page,
         University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, spage@umich.edu
         "Strategic Voting with Local Information: A Computational Model of Duverger's
         Law." Emily Clough, University of Minnesota, eclough@polisci.umn.edu
Disc:    Ken Shotts, Northwestern University, k-shotts@nwu.edu
         Bahar Levontoglu, University of Rochester, brlu@troi.cc.rochester.edu


Panel 14-I                                                               LASALLE 2
BAYESIAN VS. MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD ESTIMATION OF LEGISLATORS'
PREFERENCES
Chair:    Joshua David Clinton, Stanford University, jclinton@stanford.edu
Papers: "Maximum Likelihood Estimation of Preferred Points in Legislatures." Keith T.
          Poole, University of Houston, kpoole@uh.edu John Londregan, University of
          California, Los Angeles, jbl@ucla.edu
          "Bayesian Estimation of Preferred Points in Legislatures." Simon Jackman,
          Stanford University, jackman@stanford.edu
Disc:     TBA


Panel 15-L                                                            MONTROSE 1
THE NOT-SO-SILENT MAJORITY: CORPORATE LOBBYING IN THEORY AND
PRACTICE
Chair:   Burdett Loomis, University of Kansas, b-loomis@ukans.edu
Papers: “The Ecology of High-Tech Business Interests in Washington, D.C.: Assembly
         Rules and Resource Partitioning.” David M. Hart Harvard University
         david_hart@harvard.edu




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         “Corporate Lobbyists and Their Clients: Beyond Principal-Agent Theory.” Rogan
         Kersh, Syracuse University, rtkersh@syr.edu
         “Geographic Coalition Formation in Environmental Politics: Corporate Interests
         versus Grassroots Movements.” Wendy Schiller, Brown University,
         Wendy_schiller@brown.edu
         “Competitive Exclusion in State Communities of Organized Interests.” David
         Lowery, University of North Carolina, dlowery@email.unc.edu Virginia Gray,
         University of North Carolina; Jennifer Wolak, University of North Carolina,
         ewolak@email.unc.edu
Disc:    Burdett Loomis, University of Kansas, b-loomis@ukans.edu
         Graham K. Wilson, University of Wisconsin, gwilson@polisci.wisc.edu


Panel 17-G                                                                DEARBORN 2
CHOOSING LEGISLATIVE INSTITUTIONS
Chair:   Brian D. Humes, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, bhumes@unlserve.unl.edu
Papers: "Parties and Institutional Choices Revisited." Sarah Binder, George Washington
         University and Brookings Institution, binder@gwu.edu
         "Political Strategy and Electoral Structure: The Adoption of Single-Member
         House Districts." Eric Engstrom, University of California, San Diego,
         engstro@weber.ucsd.edu
         "The Logic of Congressional Organization: A Multi-Institutional Rationale."
         Thomas H. Hammond, Michigan State University, thammond@msu.edu
         Gregory Bovitz, Lieberman Research Worldwide, bovitz@msu.edu
         "Adopting and Modifying State Legislative Rules of Procedure: The Linkage
         Between Adoption and Modification of Rules of Procedure and Theories of
         Legislative." Nancy Martorano, Rice University, nancyann@rice.edu
Disc:    Brian D. Humes, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, bhumes@unlserve.unl.edu


Panel 17-Y                                                              DEARBORN 3
EXPLAINING PARTY STRENGTH AND POLARIZATION
(Co-sponsored with Political Parties and Interest Groups, 15-G)
Chair:   Daniel Lipinski, University of Notre Dame, dlipinsk@nd.edu
Papers: "Determinants of Legislative Party Cohesion in the Modern Era." Ronald Vogel,
         Southern University, ron@idsmail.com Phillip J. Ardoin, Southern University,
         ardoin@home.com
         "The Effect of Party System on Voting Coalitions." Matthew L. Gunning, Emory
         University, mgunnin@emory.edu
         "Explaining Party Strength in the House of Representatives, 1789-1998." R.
         Lawrence Butler, University of Richmond, lbutler@richmond.edu
         "Party Polarization in American Politics: The Dynamic Relationship Between
         Congressional Polarization and Public Attitudes." Stephen T. Mockabee, Ohio
         State University, mockabee.1@osu.edu
Disc:    William Kubik, Hanover College, kubik@hanover.edu


Panel 18-I                                                             LASALLE 3
THE SYSTEMATIC STUDY OF STARE DECISIS
Chair:    Brad Canon, University of Kentucky, Pol140@pop.uky.edu
Papers: “More Than Words: Strategic Citations by the U.S. Supreme Court” Robert J. H
          Hume, University of Virginia, rjh9v@virginia.edu
          “Legal Arguments and Supreme Court Decision Making: An Experimental
          Approach” Katherine O’Harra Vigilante, Emory University, kvigila@emory.edu




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          Virginia Hettinger, Indiana University, vhetting@indiana.edu Christopher Zorn,
          Emory University, czorn@emory.edu
          “Vertical Stare Decisis and State Supreme Courts: The Case of Search and
          Seizure Decision Making” Wendy Martinek, Binghamton University-SUNY,
          addressmartinek@binghamton.edu
          “A New Look at Stare Decisis: Citation Patterns on the U.S. Supreme Court”
          Kevin McGuire, University of North Carolina, kmcguire@unc.edu Michael
          MacKuen, University of North Carolina, mackuen@email.unc.edu
Disc:     Brad Canon, University of Kentucky, Pol140@pop.uky.edu
          Mark Hurwitz, University at Buffalo, SUNY, Hurwitz2@buffalo

Panel 18-O                                                                  CLARK 5
CONSTITUTIONAL INTERPRETATION
Chair:   Evan Gerstmann, Loyola Marymount University, egerstma@lmu.edu
Papers: “The State Action Limitation: An Indispensable Element of Liberal
         Constitutionalism?” Lynda G. Dodd, Princeton University,
         Addressldodd@sidley.com
         “Here We Go Again–Another New Federalism” Michael Fine, University of
         Wisconsin–Eau Claire, Addressfinemr@uwec.edu James Tubbs,
         tubbsjw@uwec.edu
         “Does Constitutionalism Require Originalism” Dennis Goldford, Drake
         University, dennis.goldford@drake.edu
         “The Evolution of Justice Blackmun’s Vision of Equality” Joseph F. Kobylka,
         Southern Methodist University, jkobylka@mail.smu.edu
         “Constituting the Right to Die: Effects of Judicial and Extra-Judicial Campaigns
         on Support for the Right to Die” Douglas Reed, Georgetown University
         reedd@gunet.georgetown.edu
Disc:    Richard Brisbin, West Virginia University, rbrisbin@wvu.edu
         Gregg Ivers, American University, ivers@american.edu

Panel 19-H                                                              LASALLE 4
BEHAVIOR WITHIN STATE LEGISLATURES
Chair:   Ronald Weber, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, rweber@uwm.edu
Papers: “The Party Goes On: The Enduring Strength of California’s Political Parties”
         Seth E. Masket, UCLA, smasket@ucla.edu
         “Informal Rules and Institutional Change: Behavioral Norms in New State
         Legislatures” Ethan M. Bernick, Florida State University,
         emb0828@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
         “The Causes and Consequences of the Changing Patterns of State Legislative
         Staff: A Study in Time and Space” Lawrence J. Grossback, West Virginia
         University, Lgrossba@wvu.edu David A.M. Peterson, Texas A&M University,
         dave@polisci.tamu.edu
         “Professionalism, Representation, and State Legislative Performance” John A.
         Hamman, Southern Illinois University, hamman@siu.edu
Disc:    Bill Swinford, Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education,
         bill.swinford@mail.state.ky.us

Panel 20-I                                                               SANDBURG 2
PARTICIPATION, REPRESENTATION, AND PUBLIC POLICY IN A COMPARATIVE
URBAN CONTEXT
Chair:    Melissa Marschall, University of Illinois at Chicago, marschal@uic.edu
Papers: “Participation Mechanisms in Metropolitan Governance: The Case of
          Switzerland.” Sonja Waelti, Georgetown University,




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          sw29@gunet.georgetown.edu; Daniel Kuebler, Swiss Federal Institute of
          Technology, Lausanne
          “Political Parties and the Problem of Collective Action: The Implementation of the
          ‘Law of Lemas’ Electoral System in the Province of Santa Cruz-Argentina.”
          Carlos Mariano Lisoni, University of Illinois at Chicago,
          carloslisoni@hotmail.com
          “Participation on a Local Level: The case of Konya, Turkey.” M. Akif Cukurcayir,
          Selcuk Universities, acukurcayir@hotmail.com Gulise Gokce Selcuk University
Disc:     Panel

Panel 21-E                                                               PDR 9
WELFARE POLICY: IMAGES AND PUBLIC OPINION
Chair:   Martin Gilens University of California Los Angeles, gilens@ucla.edu
Papers: “Putting a Black Face on Welfare: The Good and the Bad.” Sanford Schram,
         Bryn Mawr College, sschram@brynmawr.edu
          “The Impact of Public Assistance on Public Opinion: Self-Interest and the
         Culture of Dependence Hypothesis.” Saundra Schneider, University of South
         Carolina, saundra-schneider@sc.edu William Jacoby, University of South
         Carolina, William-jacoby@sc.edu
         “Degenerative Pluralism and Welfare Policy for Battered Women.” Sharon
         Chanley, University of Illinois-Springfield, chanley. Sharon@asu.edu
Disc:    Rosalee Clawson, Purdue University, clawson@polsci.purdue.edu

Panel 21-M                                                                 SANDBURG 3
HEALTH POLICY, POLITICS, AND ACCOUNTABILITY
Chair:   Alesha E. Doan, California Polytechnic State University, adoan@calpoly.edu
Papers: “The Rock Meets the Hard Place: The Politics of Medicaid Managed Care in 10
         States.” Carol Weissert, Michigan State University, weissert@msu.edu
         Rebecca Tothero, Michigan State University, totheror@msu.edu
         “Accountability Towards Medicaid Consumers: A Case Study of HMOs in Illinois.”
         Nidhi Sharma, University of Illinois at Chicago, comparative2@hotmail.com.
         “Statistical Analysis of the Impact of State Characteristics on State Health
         Policies.” Yasuo Ikari, Northern Illinois University, yikari@niu.edu
         “Understanding the Role of Sophistication and Preferences in Health Policy.”
         Richard Chard, Georgia State University, polrec@langate.gsu.edu Cristina
         Ling, SUNY-Stony Brook, cling@datalab2.sbs.sunysb.edu.
Disc:    Sue Tolleson-Rinehart, UNC-Chapel Hill, suetr@unc.edu
         Caroline Tolbert, Kent State University, ctolber1@kent.edu

Panel 21-P                                                                     MONTROSE 7
THEORIES OF THE POLICYMAKING PROCESS
Chair:   David Weimer, University of Wisconsin-Madison, dweimer@polisci.wisc.edu
Papers: “Political Pluralist Theory Reconsidered: Four Stages and Eleven Concepts.”
         Andrew McFarland, University of Illinois-Chicago, mcfaria@uic.edu
         “After the Public Interest Prevails: the Political Durability of Policy Reform.”Eric
         Patashnik, University of California-Los Angeles, ericpat@sppsr.ucla.edu
         “Testing Rival Internal and External Changes Budgetary Decision-Making
         Models: The Cases of Canada, Great Britain and the United States.”
         Chris Reddick, Murray State University, chris.reddick@murraystate.edu
         “Discipline and Accountability in the Professions: Considering Medicine and
         Law.” Mark Tompkins, University of South Carolina, Tompkins.mark@sc.edu
         Philip Jos, University of South Carolina, jos@cofc.edu
Disc:    David Weimer, University of Wisconsin-Madison dweimer@polisci.wisc.edu




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Panel 22-F                                                          PARLOR F
ROUNDTABLE: THE SCIENTIFIC STUDY OF BUREAUCRACY
Chair:   John Brehm, University of Chicago, jjbrehm@uchicago.edu
         John Scholz, SUNY Stony Brook; scholz@datalab2.sbs.sunysb.edu
         Kenneth J. Meier, Texas A&M University; kmeier@politics.tamu.edu
         Jonathan Bendor, Stanford University, fbendor@stanford.edu
         Lawrence Lynn, University of Chicago, llynn@midway.uchicago

Panel 23-B                                                               BURNHAM 2
NARRATIVE ANALYSIS AND POLITICAL CULTURE
Chair:   Grant Reeher, Syracuse University, gdreeher@maxwell.syr.edu
Papers: “Remembering Mobilization and Opposition: Collective Memory and the Flint Sit
         Down Strike of 1936.” Derwin Munroe, University of Michigan-Flint,
         dmunroe@flint.umich.edu
         “Writing the Good Death: a Narrative Approach to Understanding Innovation in
         Physician Assisted Suicide and End of Life Policy in the United States.” Timothy
         D. Newman, Kent State University, tnewman@kent.edu
Disc:    Grant Reeher, Syracuse University, gdreeher@maxwell.syr.edu


Panel 24-A                                                             CLARK 10
MOOT COURT AND MOCK TRIAL IN UNDERGRADUATE EDUCATION
Chair:   Stephen McDougal, University of Wisconsin- LaCrosse,
         mcdougal.step@uwlax.edu
Paper:   “Variation of Undergraduate Moot Court in America: Mississippi, Oklahoma, and
         Texas Tournaments” Charles Knerr, University of Texas, Arlington,
         crknerr@aol.com Chris Markwood, University of Central Oklahoma,
         markwood@ucok.edu
         “Letting the Inmates Run the Asylum: Student Responsibility for Moot Court
         Tournaments and Classroom Appellate Simulations” John Williams, Principia
         College, jww@prin.edu Thomas Hensley, Kent State University,
         thensely@kent.edu
         “Assessing the Impact of Mock Trial: Lessons from Ohio Northern University and
         Furman University” Jo Ann Scott, Ohio Northern University, j-scott@onu.edu
         Glen A. Halva-Neubauer, Furman University, Glen.Halvaneubauer@furman.edu
         David Ryden, Hope College, ryden@hope.edu Bruce NeSmith, Coe College,
         bnesmith@coe.edu

Panel 26-B                                                              DEARBORN 1
ARISTOTLE ON COURTSHIP AND MARRIAGE
Chair:   Gary D. Glenn, Northern Illinois University, ti0gdg1@wpo.cso.niu.edu
Papers: “Aristotelian and Darwinian Perspectives on Marital Friendship.”
         Carson Holloway, Concord College, hollowayc@concord.edu
         “Fitzwilliam Darcy as Magnanimous Man: On the Limits of Magnanimity.”
         Warner Winborne, Hampden-Sydney College, wwinborne@hsc.edu
         “Aristotle and the Possibility of Friendship Between Husbands and Wives.”
         Edward L. Posega, Northern Illinois University, kposega@hotmail.com
Disc:    Douglas A Ollivant United States Military Academy douglas-ollivant@usma.edu
         Gary D. Glenn, Northern Illinois University, ti0gdg1@wpo.cso.niu.edu




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12:00 pm to 2:00 pm                                       OFF SITE

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                               Saturday 1:30 -- 3:15
Section 1 Poster Sessions                                                   EXHIBIT HALL
THEMES IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS-INDUSTRIALIZED NATIONS
4.        “Social Europe?” Mariely Lopez-Santana, The University of Michigan,
          marielyl@umich.edu
5.        “Aid Institutions and Aid Constituencies: Nordic Foreign Aid in the 1990s,”
          Thomas Ingalls, Indiana University, tingalls@indiana.edu
6.        “Leveling the Playing Field? Public Funding of Political Parties in the United
          States and Germany," Claire M. Smith, University of Notre Dame,
          Smith.436@nd.edu
7.        “Child Welfare Reform: Comparing the United States and Sweden,” Peg Chritz,
          Western Michigan University, maletsatsi_71@yahoo.com
8.        “Wired Islands: Comparing Policy Responses to the Knowledge Economy in
          New Zealand and Singapore,” Amy L. Fletcher, University of Canterbury,
          a.fletcher@pols.canterbury.ac.nz
9.        “The Effects of EU Attitudes on Vote Choice: a Study of Austria, Finland, and
          Sweden,” Erik R. Tillman, Emory University, etillma@emory@edu
10.       “The Impact of Post-Material Political Values Upon Administrative Structures,”
          Michael Campenni, Texas Tech University, mcampenn@ttacs.ttu.edu
11.       “Parliaments, Parties, and MPs: A Comparative Perspective on Backbench
          Behavior and Party Cohesion,” Christopher J. Kam, University of Rochester,
          chkm@troi.cc.rochester.edu


Section 2 Posters
THEMES IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS—DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
1.       "Class and Gender Identities at Work: Organizing Export Processing Zone
          Workers in Central America." Mary J. Bellman, University of New Mexico,
          mbellman@unm.edu
2.       "Decentralization, Politics, and Social Policy." Aaron Schneider, University of
          California - Berkeley, aarons@uclink4.berkeley.edu
3.        "The Brazilian Landless Movement in Comparative Historical Perspective."
          Gabriel A. Ondetti, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,
          gondetti@hotmail.com
4.        "The Applicability of Tenure Reform in LDC Housing Markets: An Exploratory
          Analysis.” Brian Shoup, Indiana University, bshoup@indiana.edu
5.        "Women in Military and Police Forces of Third World Countries." Catherine
          Warrick, Georgetown University, warrickc@gusun.georgetown.edu
6.        "Women's Leadership a the Grassroots in India." Chandra Mudaliar, Michigan
          State University, mudaliar@pilot.msu.edu
7.        "Islam and Politics in Uzbekistan." Zohreh Ghavamshahidi, University of
          Wisconsin-Whitewater, ghavamsz@uwwvax.uww.edu
8.        "Revenue-Raising Strategies for War Making and the Indian-Pakistani E
          Experiences." Anas Malik, DePauw University, amalik@depauw.edu


Section 3 Posters
THEMES IN COMPARATIVE POLITICS -- TRANSITIONS TOWARD DEMOCRACY
1.        “Unpacking Violent Outcomes in Regime Transition.” Renee Agress, Michigan
          State University, agressre@msu.edu
Disc:     Bahar Leventoglu, University of Rochester, brlu@troi.cc.rochester.edu




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2.       “Urban Political Culture as a Determinate of Partisanship: A Comparison of
         Barranquilla (Colombia) and Forteleza.” Alexandra Garcia, The Pennsylvania
         State University, axg233@psu.edu
Disc:    David Brown, Rice University, dsbrown@rice.edu
3.       “The Number of Political Parties, Constitutional Design, and Confidence in
         Parliaments.” Myunghee Kim, Binghamton University-SUNY,
         bf20639@binghamton.edu
Disc:    Sahar Shafqat, Southwestern University, shafqats@southwestern.edu
4.       “The Impact of Regional Context on Democratization: An Empirical Test.” Hyeok
         Yong Kwon, Cornell University, hyk1@cornell.edu
Disc:    O. Fiona Yap, University of Kansas, Fyap@ukans.edu
5.       “Participation in Plenary Session Debates and What it Indicates about
         Representation: Evidence from the Honduran Congress in Comparative
         Perspective.” Michelle M. Taylor-Robinson, Texas A&M University,
         e339mt@polisci.tamu.edu; J. Sky David, Texas A&M University.
Disc:    Barry Ames, University of Pittsburgh, barrya+@pitt.edu
6.       “Decentralization and Democratic Consolidation in Ghana.”
         Vicki Burge Clarke, Northern Illinois University, clarkeghana@hotmail.com
Disc:    James Gibson, Washington University, St. Louis, jgibson@artsci.wustl.edu
7.       “An Analysis of Party Nominations in Mixed Electoral Systems: The Cases of
         Russia and the Ukraine.” Ryan Kennedy, Truman State University,
         ryan_kennedy@hotmail.com
Disc:    Joshua Tucker, Princeton University, jtucker@princeton.edu
8.       “Modes of Democratic Transition in Asia.” Junhan Lee, Michigan State
         University, leejunha@pilot.msu.edu
Disc:    O. Fiona Yap, University of Kansas, fyap@ukans.edu
9.       “Democracy and Trust in Latin America.” Carolina Segovia, University of
         Michigan, csegovia@umich.edu
Disc:    Robert Kaufman, Rutgers University, kaufrutger@aol.com
10.      “The Emergence of Parliamentarism in Moldova: Understanding Parliamentary
         Institutionalization in the Former Soviet Union.” Steven D. Roper, Eastern
         Illinois University, cfsdr@eiu.edu
Disc:    Joshua Tucker, Princeton University, jtucker@princeton.edu
11.      “Dealing with the Legacy of East German Communism: The Interplay of Past and
         Present Forces.” Katy A. Crossley-Frolick, Loyola University Chicago,
         kcrossl@luc.edu
Disc:    Steven Majstorovic, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, majstos@uwec.edu


Panel 1-K                                                               SANDBURG 4
ELITES, GOVERNANCE AND INSTITUTIONAL CHANGE
Chair:    Sona Nadenichek-Golder, New York University, sln202@is5.nyu.edu
Papers: “Informative Dissent and Parliamentary Governance.” Indridi H. Indridason,
          Michigan State University, inin@troi.cc.rochester.edu
          “Parties, Governments and Elite Opinion in the Devolved Systems of the UK:
          Initial Evidence.” Robert Bohrer, Gettysburg College, rbohrer@gettysburg.edu
          Glen S. Krutz, Arizona State University, Glen.krutz@asu.edu
          “Creating New Labour: External Elites and Party Change in Britain.” N. Scott N.
          Cole, Miami University, colens@mailexcite.com
          “Committee Organization in the European Parliament.” Gail McElroy, University
          of Rochester, gmce@troi.cc.rochester.edu
Disc:     Sona Nadenichek-Golder, New York University, sln202@is5.nyu.edu




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Panel 3-L                                                                 BURNHAM 1
CIVIL SOCIETY AND DEMOCRATIC VALUES
Chair:    Laura Brunell, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, brunell@uwosh.edu
Papers: “Elections and Nationalization of the Vote in Post Communist Russian Politics: A
          Comparative Perspective.” John Ishiyama, Truman State University,
          jishiyam@truman.edu
          “Citizenship and State-Building in the Baltic Republics: The Consequences of
          Exclusive Implementation of Inclusive Citizenship Laws.” Courtney Bowman-
          Padula, Indiana University, cbowmanp@indiana.edu
          “Leading Labor: Workers, Strikes and Politics in Post-Communism.” Graeme
          Robertson, Columbia University, gbr6@columbia.edu
          “Lingering Soviet Identity: Threat to Democracy?” Arthur Miller, The University
          of Iowa, arthur-miller@uiowa.edu Thomas Klobucar, The University of Iowa,
          thomas-klobucar@uiowa.edu
Disc:     Laura Brunell, University of Wisconsin, Oshkosh, brunell@uwosh.edu

Panel 4-J                                                                     BURNHAM 5
THE FORMATION PROCESSES OF INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Chair:    Paul F. Diehl, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, p-diehl@uiuc.edu
Papers: “The Australian Transition from International Organization to Federal Union.”
          Chad Rector, University of California-San Diego, crector@weber.ucsd.edu
          “Fixing What’s Fixed in International Institutional Analysis.” Duncan Snidal,
          University of Chicago, snidal@uchicago.edu Barbara Koremenos, University of
          California-Los Angeles, koremeno@polisci.ucla.edu
          “Changing the Nation: Why Countries Will Stop Delegating to International
          Organizations and Regional Governments?” Michael Hiscox, University of
          California-San Diego, mhiscox@weber.ucsd.edu Arthur Lupia, University of
          California-San Diego, alupia@ucsd.edu
          “Thinking Globally: Polity Building and Political Identification at the International
          Level.” David Green, Hofstra University, David M. Green@hofstra.edu
Disc:     Paul F. Diehl, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign p-diehl@uiuc.edu


Panel 4-S                                                               SANDBURG 3
CHINESE FOREIGN POLICY BEHAVIOR
Chair:    Kenneth Klinkner, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, kklinkne@uiuc.edu
Papers: “China as an Ally: China’s Behavior with Asian Neighbors.” Michael R.
          Chambers, Indiana State University, chamb@scifac.indstate.edu
          “Demystifying Strategic Culture: An Examination of Chinese Strategic Behaviors
          during the Song Dynasties.” Yuan-kang Wang, University of Chicago,
          ywang3@midway.uchicago.edu
Disc:     Kenneth Klinkner, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, kklinkne@uiuc.edu
          Changhe Su, Fudan University


Panel 5-J                                                              LASALLE 5
POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS
Chair:    Allan Stam, Dartmouth University, allan.stam@dartmouth.edu
Papers: “Sanctions, International Norms and Diplomatic Influence,” Christopher Butler,
          Michigan State University, butlerc@msu.edu David Lektzian, Michigan State
          University, lektzian@msu.edu
Chair:    Allan Stam, Dartmouth University, allan.stam@dartmouth.edu




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Panel 6-J                                                                 CLARK 7
PUBLIC OPINION TOWARD FOREIGN POLICY
Chair:    Richard Sobel, Harvard University, rsobel@law.harvard.edu
Papers: “The Impact of News Frames on Public Opinion about the Gulf War: Shifting
          Perception or Changing Minds?” Scott Althaus, University of Illinois at Urbana-
          Champaign, salthaus@uiuc.edu Young Mie Kim, University of Illinois at Urbana-
          Champaign, ymkim1@uiuc.edu
          “Deciding on Democracy.” James L. True, Lamar University,
          truejl@hal.lamar.edu
          “Americans’ Foreign Policy Orientations in a Changing World.” Stephen
          Bennett, University of Cincinnati, Richard S. Flickinger, Wittenberg University,
          Staci L. Rhine, Wittenberg University, srhine@wittenberg.edu
          “Public Opinion and the Vietnam War: A Revised Measure of the Public Will.”
          Adam Berinsky, Princeton University, berinsky@princeton.edu
Disc:     Nehemia Geva, Texas A&M University, e339ng@polisci.tamu.edu
          Virginia Chanley, Florida International University, chanleyv@fiu.edu


Panel 7-L                                                                PDR 5
METHODOLOGICAL ADVANCES IN THE STUDY OF ELECTIONS AND
PARTICIPATION
Chair:    Lynn Vavreck Dartmouth College lynn.vavreck@dartmouth.edu
Papers: “Sampling Error, Electoral Context, and Campaign Effects: An Examination of
          Forecast Errors in U.S. Pre-Election Polls.” Robert C. Luskin, University of
          Texas at Austin, rcl@jeeves.la.utexaas.edu Marc J. Hetherington, Bowdoin
          College, mhetheri@bowdoin.edu
          “But Do They Really Vote? Correcting for Over Reporting of Turnout.” Benjamin
          Joseph Deufel, Harvard University, deufel@fas.harvard.edu Orit Kedar,
          Harvard University, kedar@fas.harvard.edu
          “Measuring Political Participation using Rasch Methodology.” Filemon S. Cerda
          University of Illinois, filemoncerda@yahoo.com
          “Addressing the Absent: A Quasi-Experimental Study of Non-Response and
          Stimulus Effects.” Henk Van der Kolk, University of Twente,
          h.vanderkolk@bsk.utwente.nl Kees Aarts, University of Twente,
          c.w.a.m.aarts@bsk.utwente.nl
Disc:     Lynn Vavreck, Dartmouth College, lynn.vavreck@dartmouth.edu


Panel 7-X                                                                  PDR 8
RACIAL REDISTRICTING AND MAJORITY AND MINORITY DISTRICTS
(Co-sponsored with Race, Class and Ethnicity 10-L)
Chair:    Kerry L. Haynie, Rutgers University, klhaynie@rci.rutgers.edu
Papers: “An Explanation for the Presence of Minority-Opportunity Districts and the
          Election of Hispanics and Blacks to City Councils Elected by Single-Member
          Districts.” Joshua G. Behr, Southwestern Oklahoma State University,
          behrj@swosu.edu
          “Ethnic and Racial Diversity and Competition in U.S. House Elections.” Regina
          P. Branton, Rice University, branton@rice.edu Bradford S. Jones, SUNY-Stony
          Brook, Bradford.jones@stonybrook.edu
          “The Effect of Political Reforms on Minority Attitudes Toward the Political
          System.” Valerie A. Sulfaro, James Madison University, sulfarva@jmu.edu
          “Determining ‘Predominant Motive’: Race, Redistricting, and the Supreme Court
          in North Carolina.” Guy-Uriel E. Charles, University of Minnesota Law School,




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          gcharles@tc.umn.edu Jason Roberts, University of Minnesota,
          jroberts@polisci.umn.edu
Disc:     Kerry L. Haynie, Rutgers University, klhaynie@rci.rutgers.edu


Panel 9-J                                                                  PDR 7
GENDER AND THE MILITARY
Chair:    Sara L. Zeigler, Eastern Kentucky University, govzeigl@acs.eku.edu
Papers: “Gender and the Warrior Ethic.” Mary Lou Kendrigan, Lansing Community
          College, kendriganm@aol.com
          “Military Service, Combat, and Marital Dissolution: Are All Wars Hell?” Sven E.
          Wilson, Brigham Young University, svenwilson@byu.edu William Ruger,
          Brandeis University, wruger@hotmail.com
          “Moral Outrage or Morale Builder? Sexual Harassment and the United States
          Military.” Sara L. Zeigler, Eastern Kentucky University, govzeigl@acs.eku.edu
          Gregory C. Gunderson, Central Missouri State University
Disc:     TBA


Panel 11-C                                                              MONTROSE 2
POLITICAL THEORY AND NATIONAL IDENTITY
Chair:   Patchen Markell, The University of Chicago, p-markell@uchicago.edu
Papers: “The Identity of Language and Politics: Herder and His ‘Romantic’ Descendants.”
         Russell Arben Fox, The Catholic University of America, mmfraf@earthlink.net
         “Time Out of Joint: Race, Nostalgia, and Nationalism.” Ronald Schmidt, Jr.
         University of Southern Maine, rschmidt@usm.maine.edu
         “Western Regional Literature, American Individualism, and the Politics of Place.”
         Erik Shane McKee, Putney School, erikmckee@putney.com
Disc:    Patchen Markell, The University of Chicago, p-markell@uchicago.edu


Panel 12-J                                                              MONTROSE 3
THE CITY IN POLITICAL THEORY
Chair:   Susan Bickford, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
         bickford@email.unc.edu
Papers: “Between ‘The Street’ and the Mall: Social Space and Democratic Possibility.”
         Clarissa Rile Hayward. Ohio State University,
         clarissa.hayward@polisci.sbs.ohio-state.edu
         “Participation, Power, and Urban Democracy: Community Development in
         Minneapolis.” Matthew Filner, Kalamazoo College, mfilner@kzoo.edu
         “Nostalgic Democracy? City Life and the Politics of Place.” Margaret E. Farrar,
         Augustana College, pofarrar@augustana.edu
         “Dwelling In Justice: Addressing the Cultural, Economic, and Political Injustices
         of Homelessness.” Leonard Feldman, Grinnell College, feldmanl@grinnell.edu
Disc:    Susan Bickford, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
         bickford@email.unc.edu Stephen Engelmann, University of Illinois – Chicago,
         sengelma@uic.edu

Panel 13-F                                                             LASALLE 1
FORMAL THEORY AND THE PRESIDENCY
(Co-sponsored by section 16 – Presidency and Executive Politics, 16-F)
Chair:   Brandice Canes-Wrone, Massachusetts Institute of Technology,
         brandice@mit.edu




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Papers:   "Turnover Among Political Appointees." Kelly Chang, University of Michigan,
          khchang@umich.edu David Lewis, College of William and Mary,
          deliwi@facstaff.wm.edu Nolan McCarty, Columbia University,
          nmm@columbia.edu
          "Policy Expectations Voting in Executive Elections Under Different Institutional
          Arrangements." Dean Lacy, Ohio State University, dlacy+@osu.edu Philip
          Paolino, University of Texas at Austin, ppaolino@mail.la.utexas.edu
          "A Theory of Presidential-Judicial Interactions." William Howell, University of
          Wisconsin, Madison, howell@polisci.wisc.edu
          "Presidency and Executive Politics." Brandice Canes-Wrone, Massachusetts
          Institute of Technology, brandice@mit.edu Ken Shotts, Northwestern University,
          k-shotts@nwu.edu Michael Herron, Northwestern University, m-
          herron@nwu.edu
Disc:     Charles Cameron, Columbia University, cmci@columbia.edu
          Timothy Groseclose, Stanford University,groseclose_timothy@gsb.stanford.edu


Panel 14-J                                                               LASALLE 2
CONSTITUENTS' CHARACTERISTICS AND LEGISLATORS' POLICY PREFERENCES
Chair:   TBA
Papers: "Estimating Legislator Ideal Points with Constituency Characteristics" Joshua
         David Clinton, Stanford University, jclinton@stanford.edu
         "Random Utility Models of Legislator Valuations of Policy Alternatives: A
         Generalization" Nathan Dietz, American University, ndietz@american.edu
         "Roll Call Voting at the United Nations" Eric Voeten, Princeton University,
         evoeten@Princeton.edu
Disc:    TBA


Panel 14-K                                                              SANDBURG 7
DETERMINATES OF VOTER PARTICIPATION
Chair:   TBA
Papers: "Can Low Turnout Groups be Mobilized? Results from Nationwide Field
         Experiments." Alan Gerber, Yale University, alan.gerber@yale.edu Donald
         Green, Yale University, gogreen@yale.edu
         "Voter Turnout and the Accessibility of Polling Places." James G. Gimpel,
         University of Maryland Jason E. Schuknecht, University of Maryland,
         jschuknecht@gvpt.umd.edu
Disc:    TBA

Panel 15-M                                                              MONTROSE 1
LOBBYING CONGRESS: INFORMATION, ISSUES, AND EXCHANGE
(Co-sponsored with Legislative Politics 17-AA)
Chair:   Ken Goldstein, University of Wisconsin, goldstei@polisci.wisc.edu
Papers: “Lobbying for Protectionist Trade Policy.” Richard Hall, University of Michigan,
         rlhall@umich.edu Matthew Beckman, University of Michigan,
         mnbeckman@umich.edu
         “Blowing Smoke: Big Tobacco, Kids, and the Importance of Issue Definition.”
         Gary J. McKissick, Yale University, gary.mckissick@yale.edu
         “Policy Research as a Constraint on Lobbying Strategies: An Informational Model
         and Evidence from US Health Policy Lobbying.” Kevin M. Esterling, University
         of California, Berkeley, kest@socrates.berkeley.edu
Disc:    Beth Leech, Rutgers University, BethL@rci.rutgers.edu




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Panel 17-W                                                              DEARBORN 3
CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS I
(Co-sponsored with Elections, Voting Behavior and Participation 7-HH)
Chair:   Barry Burden, Harvard University, burden@fas.harvard.edu
Papers: "The Impact of Presidential Elections on Party Control of the Senate, 1840-
         1940." Eric Engstrom, University of California, San Diego,
         eengstro@weber.ucsd.edu Samuel Kernell, University of California, San Diego,
         skernell@ucsd.edu
         "Party Competition and Voter Turnout in House Elections since 1830." Diana
         Evans, Trinity College, diana.evans@trincoll.edu Mark Franklin, Trinity College,
         mark.franklin@trincoll.edu
         "The Presidential Shadow on Midterm House Elections: Presidential Agendas,
         Presidential Support, and Seat Loss." Brian J. Gaines, University of Illinois,
         Urbana-Champaign, bjgaines@uiuc.edu Timothy Nokken, University of
         Houston, tnokken@pop.uh.edu
         "Courts, Redistricting, and Congressional Elections." Jonathan N. Katz,
         California Institute of Technology, jkatz@caltech.edu Gary W. Cox, University of
         California, San Diego, gcox@weber.ucsd.edu
Disc:    Barry Burden, Harvard University, burden@fas.harvard.edu
         David Kimball, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, dkimball@siu.edu

Panel 17-X                                                                SANDBURG 6
CANDIDATE AND CHALLENGER QUALITY
(Co-sponsored with Elections, Voting Behavior, and Participation 7-II)
Chair:   Michael Bailey, Georgetown University, baileyma@gunet.georgetown.edu
Papers: "Exploring Candidate Quality in U.S. House Elections." Walt Stone, University of
         Colorado, wstone@stanford.edu L. Sandy Maisel, Colby College,
         lsmaisel@colby.edu Cherie Maestas, Texas Tech University,
         Cherie.Maestas@ttu.edu
         "Democratic Elections and the Quality of Elected Public Officials: An Empirical
         Test for Members of the U.S. House of Representatives." Kim Quaile Hill,
         Texas A&M University, E339kq@polisci.tamu.edu; Quan Li, Texas A & M
         University, quan@polisci.tamu.edu
         "Election Rematches in U.S. House Elections." Russell D. Renka, Southeast
         Missouri State University, rdrenka@semo.edu
         "Self-financing and Representation: Electoral Incentives and Experiential
         Influences." Jennifer A. Steen, Boston College, jsteen@socrates.berkeley.edu
Disc:    Gary C. Jacobson, University of California, San Diego, gjacobso@ucsd.edu

Panel 18-J                                                             LASALLE 3
SUPREME COURT DECISION MAKING
Chair:   Harold Spaeth, Michigan State University, spaeth@msu.edu
Papers: “Minority Political Party Success Before the Supreme Court” Mark Berger, SUNY
         Stony Brook, mark.berger@sunysb.edu Chad King, SUNY Stony Brook,
         chking@ic.sunysb.edu Ellen Lazarus, SUNY Stony Brook,
         elazarus@ic.sunysb.edu
         “The Conflict of Consensus: Unanimity and Dissent in the Supreme Court”
         Jeffrey R. Lax, New York University School of Law, JRL5904@nyu.edu
         “The Dimensions of Voting on the U.S. Supreme Court” Andrew D. Martin,
         Washington University in St. Louis, admartin@artsci.wustl.edu Kevin Quinn,
         University of Washington, quinn@stat.washington.edu
         “Swing Voters on the U.S. Supreme Court” James Spriggs, University of
         California-Davis, jfspriggs@ucdavis.edu Forrest Maltzman, George Washington




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         University, forrest@gwu.edu Paul J. Wahlbeck, George Washington University,
         wahlbeck@research.circ.gwu.edu
Disc:    Virginia Hettinger, Indiana University, vhetting@indiana.edu
         Richard L. Pacelle, Jr. University of Missouri-St. Louis, pacelle@umsl.edu


Panel 18-P                                                              CLARK 5
THE COMPARATIVE ADVANTAGE
Chair:   Lee Epstein, Washington University in St. Louis, epstein@artsci.wustl.edu
Papers: “Panel Assignment in Appellate Courts: Influences on Judicial Decision Making in
         South Africa and Canada” Lori Hausegger, Louisiana State University,
         hausegg@lsu.edu Stacia Haynie, Louisiana State University, pohayn@lsu.edu
         “The European Court of Justice and the U.S. Supreme Court: Agenda Setting
         Mechanisms on Constitutional Courts” Stacy A. Nyikos, University of Tulsa,
         san5c@virginia.edu Barbara Palmer, Southern Methodist University,
         bapalmer@mail.smu.edu
         “Judicial Politics and Political Communication: The Mexican Supreme Court’s
         Public Relations Strategy” Jeff Staton, Washington University,
         jkstaton@artsci.wustl.edu
         “Judicial Behavior and the European Court of Human Rights” Steven Van
         Winkle, SUNY Stony Brook, steven.vanwinkle@sunysb.edu Christopher Zorn,
         Emory University, czorn@emory.edu
Disc:    Lee Epstein, Washington University in St. Louis, epstein@artsci.wustl.edu
         Mark Miller, Clark University, mmiller@clarku.edu


Panel 19-J                                                                LASALLE 4
REDISTRICTING AND PRIMARY ELECTIONS IN THE STATES
Chair:   Ronald Keith Gaddie, University of Oklahoma, rkgaddie@ou.edu
Papers: “Assessing the Electoral Effects of Redistricting” John D. Cranor, Ball State
         University, 00jdcranor@bsu.edu
         “Controlling Redistricting: National Committees Involvement in Local Elections”
         James L. McDowell, Indiana State University, psmcdow@scifac.indstate.edu
         “One More Time . . . Revisiting ‘the Impact of Divisive Primaries on General
         Election Fates’” Richard F. Winters, Dartmouth College,
         dwinters@dartmouth.edu Nicholas Dominguez, Dartmouth College,
         Nicholas.B.Dominguez@dartmouth.edu
Disc:    Ronald Keith Gaddie, University of Oklahoma, rkgaddie@ou.edu
         D’Andra Orey, University of Mississippi, borey@sunset.olemiss.edu


Panel 20-J                                                               SANDBURG 2
RACE, CLASS AND THE CHALLENGES OF GOVERNANCE IN METROPOLITAN
AMERICA
(Co-Sponsored with Public Administration 22-N)
Chair:   David Lublin, American University, dlublin@american.edu
Papers: “New Regionalism and the Role of Business: Coalition-Building in Metropolitan
         America.” Juliet F. Gainsborough, University of Miami, Jgainsbo@Miami.edu
         “Suburbanization, Economic Restructuring and Fiscal Management.” Bonnie
         Lindstrom, University of Illinois at Chicago, bjlind@uic.edu Rebecca Hendrick,
         University of Illinois at Chicago, hendrick@uic.edu
         “New Urbanism and Old Suburbs: Advancements in the Symbolic Politics of
         Race and Class Relations.” Evan McKenzie, University of Illinois at Chicago,
         mckenzie@uic.edu




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         “Diminished Returns: Comparing Hyper-Segregation’s Effect on the
         Intergenerational Transfer of Wealth.” Michael McCall, Washington University,
         St. Louis, spencermmc@aol.edu
Disc:    David Lublin, American University, dlublin@american.edu


Panel 21-G                                                              MONTROSE 7
ENVIRONMENTAL PERFORMANCE MEASURES
Chair:   Mark Stephan, Georgetown University, mcs3@gunet.georgetown.edu.
Papers: “Contested Domains: Expert v. Common Knowledge in Toxic Waste
         Management.” Sara E. Keith, State University of New York, sekeith@syr.edu
         Jennifer Hodge State University of New York jchodge28@hotmail.com
         “Information Disclosure Programs: Influencing Elite or Mass Behavior?” Mark
         Stephan Georgetown University mcs3wgunet.Georgetown.edu
         “The Challenge of Developing Ecological Indicators for the Great Lakes: A Case
         Study of the Great Lakes and the International Joint Commission.” Denise
         Scheberle, UW-Green Bay, scheberd@uwgb.edu.
Disc:    Paul Culhane, Northern Illinois University, pculhane@niu.edu Laura Nielsen,
         University of Houston, lnielsen@uh.edu


Panel 21-J                                                              PDR 9
PRISONS AND PUBLIC POLICY
Chair:   Ann Lin, University of Michigan, annlin@umich.edu
Papers: “The Politics of Justice.” Sean Crotty, Texas A&M University,
         bdjones@u.washington.edu
         “Prisons as Economic Development versus Public Administration.” Michele
         Hoyman, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, hoyman@unc.edu
         “The Need for Mandatory Education in the Penal System.” Gena Brooks,
         University of Michigan, gpb@umich.edu Joseph Flynn, Michigan State
         University, joemsu@prodigy.net
         “The Politics and Economics of Capital Punishment Policy in the U.S.” Silvia
         Mendes, SUNY-Binghamton, bg22303@binghampton.edu Michael McDonald,
         SUNY-Binghamton, mdmcd@binghamton.
Disc:    Ann Lin, University of Michigan, annlin@umich.edu


Panel 22-A                                                           STATE BALLROOM
MIDWEST PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION CAUCUS PRESIDENT’S ROUNDTABLE:
"THE QUASIMARKET STATE: HOLLOW OR ENERGIZED?"
Chair:   David Lowery, University of Kentucky, dlowery@email.unc.edu
Part:    Brint Milward, University of Arizona, bmilward@bpa.arizona.edu
         Lana Stein, University of Missouri at St.Louis, c1720@umslvma.umsl.edu
         Kenneth Meier, Texas A&M, kmeier@politics.tamu.edu
         Robert Stein, Rice University, stein@rice.edu
         Melissa Marschall, University of Illinois at Chicago, marschal@uic.edu


Panel 22-L                                                                PARLOR F
STUDIES OF BUREAUCRACY AND RESPONSIVENESS
Chair:   Donald Kettl, University of Wisconsin, kettl@lafollette.wisc.edu
Papers: “Time to Failure: Abolishing Federal Programs.” Kevin Corder, Western
         Michigan University, corder@wmich.edu




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           SATURDAY, APRIL 21 – 1:30 pm – 3:15 pm
          “Strategies for Achieving a Representative Federal Bureaucracy.” Katherine
          Naff, San Francisco State University, kcnaff@sfsu.edu Edward Kellough,
          University of Georgia, kellough@arches.uga.edu
          "Satisfaction with Sexual Harassment Practices: It's All in the Process."
          Laura Reese, Wayne State University, laura.reese@mail3.wayne.edu Karen
          Lindenberg, Eastern Michigan University
          “School and Teacher Responses to Ending Social Promotion in Chicago.”
          Robin L. Tepper, University of Chicago, rltepper@midway.uchicago.edu
Disc:     Samantha Durst, University of North Texas, sdurst@scs.cmm.unt.edu


Panel 23-C                                                                 BURNHAM 2
TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION IN AMERICAN POLITICS
Chair:   Tracey Gladstone-Sovel, University of Wisconsin-River Falls,
         tracey.l.gladstone@uwrf.edu
Papers: “As the Gap Narrows, the Gap Widens: Information Diffusion and How the
         “Digital Divide” Impacts African American Political Mobilization, Participation, and
         Efficacy.” Mark S. Jendrysik, University of North Dakota,
         mark_jendrysik@und.nodak.edu Steven Light, University of North Dakota,
         steven_light@und.nodak.edu
         “The Changing Nature of Community.” Richard Parrish, University of Wisconsin-
         Madison, rdparrish@polisci.wisc.edu
         “The Mediated Learning Environment, Pop Politics, and Political Knowledge.”
         David Rankin, State University of New York at Fredonia,rankin@fredonia.edu
Disc:    Tracey Gladstone-Sovel, University of Wisconsin-River Falls,
         tracey.l.gladstone@uwrf.edu


Panel 24-B                                                                  CLARK 10
PREPARING GRADUATE STUDENTS TO TEACH AND PUBLISH
Chair:   Dick Simpson, University of Illinois, Chicago, simpson@uic.edu
Papers: “Creating ‘Preparing Future Political Science Faculty’ Programs” Dick Simpson,
         University of Illinois, Chicago Barry Rundquist, University of Illinois, Chicago
         Connie Mixon, Richard J. Daley College
         “Preparing Future Faculty: The Challenges of Professional Development”
         Norman Furniss, Indiana University, furniss@indiana.edu
         “Whose Graduates Publish Books? The Productivity of Graduates from Political
         Science PhD Programs” Tom W. Rice, University of Northern Iowa,
         rice@uni.edu James McCormick, Iowa State University Ben Bergmann,
         University of Northern Iowa
         “Passing the Teaching Torch: How to Create a Teaching Development Program
         for Graduate Students” Darby Morrisroe University of Virginia
         morrisroe@virginia.edu, Patrick McGuinn University of Virginia
         pjm3v@virginia.edu
Disc:    Greg Fugate, University of Colorado at Boulder


Panel 25-C                                                          PDR 6
BECOMING FACULTY: ADVICE FROM NEW ASSISTANT PROFESSORS
Chair:   Elizabeth Bennion, Indiana University South Bend, ebennion@iusb.edu
Part:    Katherine Cramer Walsh, University of Wisconsin Madison,
         kwalsh@polisci.wisc.edu
         Nicole Johnson, Howard University, nejohnson@howard.edu
         Nancy Crowe, Dartmouth College, Nancy.E.Crowe@Dartmouth.edu




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         Jill Locke, Gustavus Adolphus College, Jlocke1234@aol.com
         Lisa Sharlach, Samford University, lbsharla@samford.edu
         Kathy Powers, Ohio State University, powers.98@osu.edu


Panel 26-C                                                               DEARBORN 1
DIMENSIONS OF ARISTOTLE’S POLITICAL THOUGHT
Chair:   Kimberly Shankman, Ripon College, shankmank@Mail.Ripon.edu
Papers: “Inconsistencies in Aristotle’s Rejection of Democracy.” N. Patrick Peritore,
         University of Missouri-Columbia, peritorep@missouri.edu
         “The Audience for Aristotle’s Rhetoric”, Edward Clayton, Central Michigan
         University, edward.clayton@cmich.edu
         “Aristotle versus Kant on What Prudence Knows and How It Knows It.” Sean
         Mattie, Hillsdale College, sean.mattie@hillsdale.edu
Disc:    Gregory Bruce Smith, Trinity College, Gregory.Smith@mail.trincoll.edu
         Judith Swanson Boston University jswanson@bu.edu


1:30 pm to 3:15 pm                                               BURNHAM 4

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                              Saturday 3:30 -- 5:15
Panel 1-L                                                                 LASALLE 5
INTERVENING INSTITUTIONAL VARIABLES IN COMPARATIVE VOTING AND
POLITICAL BEHAVIOR
Chair:    Thomas Gschwend, State University of New York at Stony Brook,
          Thomas.Gschwend@sunysb.edu
Papers: “Pluralism, Majoritarianism, and Voter Turnout in the Industrialized
          Democracies.” Matthew Lebo, Harvard-MIT Data Center,
          mlebo@latte.harvard.edu
          ”Mobilization and the Vote Choice in Japanese House of Representatives
          Elections, 1972-1996.” Gill Steel, University of Chicago, gsteel@uchicago.edu
          “To Whom Do Campaigns Matter and When? The Acceptance and Modification
          of Campaign Cues in Advanced Industrial Nations.” Michael Raymond Wolf,
          Indiana University, miwolf@indiana.edu Romain Lachat, University of Geneva
          and Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin, Romain.lachat@politic.unige.ch
Disc:     Thomas Gschwend, State University of New York at Stony Brook,
          Thomas.Gschwend@sunysb.edu


Panel 2-I                                                                SANDBURG 4
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICIES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
Chair:    Eduardo Silva, University of Missouri, St. Louis, e.silva@umsl.edu
Papers: "Professionalism, Elections, and Ecology: Contesting Rights to the Range in
          Botswana." Amy R. Poteete, Indiana University, apoteete@indiana.edu
          "Economic Integration and Environmental Policy in Developing Countries."
          Justin Pearlman, Duke University, jp8@duke.edu
          "The Political Economy of Forest Resources: Comparative Development in
          Thailand and Vietnam." Thomas Jefferson Rutherford, Northern Illinois
          University, tjrsarah@hotmail.com
Disc:     Eduardo Silva, University of Missouri, St. Louis, e.silva@umsl.edu


Panel 3-M                                                                 BURNHAM 1
ETHNIC CONFLICT AND NATION BUILDING IN POST-COMMUNIST COUNTRIES
Chair:   Neil Mitchell, University of New Mexico, nmitchel@unm.edu
Papers: “Political Stability in Dagestan.” Robert Ware, Southern Illinois University,
         Edwardsville, rware@siue.edu Enver Kisriev, Dagestan Scientific Center,
         enver@datacom.ru Zulfia Kisrieva, Caspian Consulting, rware@stlnet.com
         “Ten Years After: Ethnicity and Pseudo-Democracy in Eastern Europe.”
         Steven Majstorovic, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, majstos@uwec.edu
         "Nation-Building in Post-Communist Europe: Civil or Ethnic Majorities?”
         Kathleen M. Dowley, SUNY New Paltz, dowleyk@newpaltz.edu
         “Institutional Design and Ethnic Strife: Are there Chances for Success?”
         Tatiana Kostadinova, University of Minnesota Duluth, tkostadi@.umn.edu
Disc:    Vicki Hesli, University of Iowa, vicki-hesli@uiowa.edu


Panel 4-K                                                              BURNHAM 5
MEMBERSHIP ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
Chair:    Duncan Snidal, University of Chicago, snidal@uchicago.edu
Paper:    “Russian and China VS. NATO Membership.”




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          “Who Belongs? The State of Intergovernmental Organizations.” Matthew C.
          Zierler, University of Wisconsin-Madison, mattz@polisci.wisc.edu
          “Fostering Political and Economic Liberalization through IO Membership Criteria.”
          Louise Steen-Sprang, Ohio State University, steen-sprang.12@osu.edu
Disc:     Duncan Snidal, University of Chicago, snidal@uchicago.edu

Panel 4-T                                                               SANDBURG 3
THE INTERSECTION OF DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL PROCESSES
Chair:    Jon C. Pevehouse, University of Wisconsin, pevehous@polisci.wisc.edu
Paper:    “Two-Level Games and Civil Wars.” Woongjo You, SUNY-Binghamton,
          bi91450@binghamton.edu
          “A Reexamination of Japanese Foreign Policy, 1870-1941: The Link between
          Domestic and International Conflict.” Natsuko Hayashi, University of Michigan,
          hayashin@umich.edu
          “Audience Costs in Endogenously Timed Elections.” Chiozza Giacomo, Duke
          University, gc4@duke.edu Edmund Malesky, Duke University, ejm5@duke.edu
          “Examining the Impact of Domestic Political Structures on Economic Sanctions
          Response.” Susan Hannah Allen, Emory University, shallen@emory.edu
Disc:     Jon C. Pevehouse, University of Wisconsin, pevehous@polisci.wisc.edu

Panel 6-K                                                                  CLARK 7
RACIAL ATTITUDES IN A MULTIRACIAL SOCIETY
Chair:    Pia Knigge, Auburn University Montgomery, knigpia@strvdel.aum.edu
Papers: “Prejudice, Identity and the Politics of Multiculturalism.” Paul M. Sniderman,
          Stanford University, paulms@stanford.edu Louk Hagendoorn, University of
          Utrecht
          “Understanding the Political Response to Affirmative Action: Antagonism and
          Ambivalence in a Multi-Ethnic World.” Claudine Gay, Stanford University,
          cgay@stanford.edu R. Michael Alvarez, California Institute of Technology,
          rma@hss.caltech.edu
          “Must Research on Racial Attitudes Be Whites Only?” Darren Davis, Michigan
          State University, Davisda@msu.edu
          “Language-of-Interviewer Effects and Polling the Opinions of Latinos and Asian
          Americans.” Taeku Lee, Harvard University, Taeku_Lee@harvard.edu
Disc:     James Gibson, Washington University, jgibson@artsci.wustl.edu
          Paula D. McClain, Duke University, pmcclain@duke.edu

Panel 6-N                                                               SANDBURG 6
CONTEXT, CONFLICT AND DISCUSSION
Chair:   Paul A. Djupe, Denison University, djupe@denison.edu
Papers: “Political Discussion in Churches.” Christopher Gilbert, Gustavus Adolphus
         College, cgilbert@gac.edu Devin Colvin, Gustavus Adolphus College,
         dcolvin@gac.edu Jaclynn Moen, Gustavus Adolphus College,
         Jmoen2@gac.edu
         “Choosing Partners: Co-Workers as Political Discussants.” Jeffery J. Mondak,
         Florida State University, jmondak@garnet.acns.fsu.edu Diana C. Mutz, Ohio
         State University, Mutz.1@osu.edu
         “Disagreement and the Choice of a Political Discussion Partner.” Christopher
         Kenny, Louisiana State University, pokenn@lsu.edu
         “Workplace Contexts and Public Opinion: Opinion toward Racial Issues.” Yukio
         Maeda, University of Michigan, ymaeda@umich.edu
Disc:    James G. Gimpel, University of Maryland, JGIMPEL@gvpt.umd.edu
         Paul A. Djupe, Denison University, djupe@denison.edu




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Panel 7-M                                                           STATE BALLROOM
THE 2000 ELECTION CAMPAIGNS
Chair:   Richard R. Lau, Rutgers University, ricklau@rci.rutgers.edu
Papers: “Dynamics of the 2000 Presidential Campaign.” Michael Hagen, University of
         Pennsylvania, mhagen@asc.upenn.edu Richard Johnston, University of
         Pennsylvania, rjohnston@asc.upenn.edu Kathleen Hall Jamieson, University of
         Pennsylvania, kjamieson@asc.upenn.edu
         “The Congressional Elections of 2000.” Gary C. Jacobson, University of
         California, San Diego, gjacobson@weber.ucsd.edu
         “Structural Determinants of Voter Interest in the 2000 Presidential Primaries”
         Samuel Kernell, University of California, San Diego skernell@weber.ucsd.edu
         Laurie L. Rice, University of California, San Diego
         “The Effect of TV Ads and Candidate Travel in the 2000 Presidential Election.”
         Daron R. Shaw, University of Texas at Austin, dshaw@jeeves.la.utexas.edu
Disc:    Herbert Weisberg, Ohio State University, weisberg.1@osu.edu


Panel 7-Y                                                               PDR 4
CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS II (Co-sponsored with Legislative Politics 17-Z)
Chair:    Stephen C. Roberds, Southern Utah University, roberds@suu.edu
Papers: “Voters, Ticket-Splitting, and Divided Government.” Lynne M. Gibson, University
          of Maryland, lgibson@gvpt.umd.edu Dennis Gleiber, University of New Orleans,
          dgleiber@uno.edu
          “The Causes of Divided Government: Asymmetric Information Flow and Split
          Ticket Voting in the United States.” David K. Park, Columbia University,
          dkp7@columbia.edu
          “U.S. House Elections and the Nineteenth-Century Electoral Order: The Political
          Consequences of Synchronized and Non-Synchronized Elections.” Kenneth
          Gaalswyk, University of California, Los Angeles, gaalswyk@ucla.edu
Disc:     Ben Highton, University of California, Davis, bhighton@ucdavis.edu


Panel 8-F                                                                    CLARK 5
EMOTION AND POLITICAL COMMUNICATION
(Co-Sponsored with Political Psychology and Public Opinion, 6-P)
Chair:    Tali Mendelberg, Princeton University, talim@princeton.edu
Papers: “Emotional Framing, Information Search, and Political Cooperation.” Michael
          MacKuen, University of North Carolina, mackuen@unc.edu George E. Marcus,
          Williams College, george.e.marcus@williams.edu W. Russell Neuman,
          University of Pennsylvania, rneuman@pobox.asc.upenn.edu Luke Keele,
          University of North Carolina, keele@umail.unc.edu “Emotional Responses to
          Micro-Displays of Facial Affect in Rally Speeches.” Patrick A. Stewart, Arkansas
          State University, pstewart@toltec.astate.edu James N. Schubert, Northern
          Illinois University; Margaret Ann Curran, Northern Illinois University
          “When Political Rhetoric Meets Human Nature.” Jennifer Jerit, University of
          Illinois, jerit@uiuc.edu; James H. Kuklinski, University of Illinois,
          kuklinsk@ntx1.cso.uiuc.edu; Paul Quirk, University of Illinois, p-
          quirk@ntx1.cso.uiuc.edu
          “Mood Attributions and the Effects of Negative Advertising.” Daniel Stevens,
          University of Minnesota, stevens@polisci.umn.edu
Disc:     Tali Mendelberg, Princeton University, talim@princeton.edu




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Panel 9-M                                                               PDR 7
NEW APPROACHES TO THE GENDER GAP
Chair:   Zoe Oxley, Union College, oxleyz@union.edu
         Papers: “The Gender Gap in Election Choices and Public Preferences.”
         Angela Hinton Andersson, Loyola University Chicago, ahinton@luc.edu
         “The Gender Gap and the Political Impact of Children on Public Opinion.” Laurel
         Elder, Hartwick College, elderl@hartwick.edu Steven Greene, Texas Tech
         University steven.greene@ttu.edu
         “Sex, Gender, and Trust in Government.” Robert Goidel, Indiana State
         University, psgoidel@isugw.indstate.edu Linda Maule, Indiana State University,
         psmaule@scifac.indstate.edu
Disc:    Jay Barth, Hendrix College, barth@hendrix.edu

Panel 10-K                                                               PDR 6
INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES ON ETHNIC CONFLICT
Chair:   Edmond Keller, UCLA, ekeller@ucla.edu
Papers: “Tribal Ethnic Constructions and Post-Colonial Development in Bangladesh and
         India: The Cases of Chittagong Hill Tract and the Jharkhand Movement”,
         Nandita Chaudhuri, University of Oregon, nchaudhuri@bushschool.tamu.edu
         “Understanding The Effect of Democracy on Ethnic Mobilization: The Case of
         South Africa”, Mary-Lee Eileen Kimber, Stanford University,
         mekimber@stanford.edu
         “Can Identity Be Denied: Strong States and Militant Ethnic Challenges”, Matthew
         Kocher, University of Chicago, m-kocher@uchicago.edu
         “Why Does Immigration Lead to Conflict Over Citizenship”, Kamal Sadiq,
         University of Chicago, asianleviathan@yahoo.com
Disc:    Kathy Powers, University of Arizona, Powers.98@osu.edu


Panel 11-J                                                            MONTROSE 2
LOCKE
Chair:   Alex Tuckness, Iowa State University, tuckness@iastate.edu
Papers: “Travel, Genre, and Political Knowledge in Locke’s An Essay Concerning Human
         Understanding.” Torrey Shanks, Northwestern University,
         tshanks@northwestern.edu
         “The Natural Law and Doppelgangers of Justice in Locke’s Reasonableness of
         Christianity.” Thomas Merrill, Duke University, twm1@duke.edu
         “Locke and Legislative Consent.” Alex Tuckness, Iowa State University,
         tuckness@iastate.edu
Disc:    Scott Yenor, Boise State University, syenor@boisestate.edu

Panel 12-K                                                                MONTROSE 3
COMEDY/TRAGEDY
Chair:   John Wallach, Hunter College, CUNY, jwallach@hunter.cuny.edu
Papers: “Taking the Matter Seriously: Nietzsche’s Gay Science.” Jamie Warner, Penn
         State University, jbw119@psu.edu
         “ ‘This Public is No Fool:’ Aristophanes’ Knights and the Challenges of
         Democratic Theory.” John Zumbrunnen, Union College, zumbrunj@union.edu
         “The Political Relevance of Tragedy: An Ordinary Language Analysis.” Robert
         Pirro, Georgia Southern University, rpirro@gasou.edu
         “Assertive Self-Effacement: Technology and Mimesis.” Paul Axelrod, University
         of Washington, axelrod@u.washington.edu
Disc:    John Wallach, Hunter College, CUNY, jwallach@hunter.cuny.edu




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Panel 13-G                                                                LASALLE 1
POLITICAL ECONOMY
Chair:   Randall Calvert, Washington University, calvert@artsci.wustl.edu
Papers: "The Development and Use Rights and the Emergence of the Market."
         Catherine Hafer, The Ohio State University, hafer@polisci.sbs.ohio-state.edu
         "Democracy and Inequality." Charles Boix, The University of Chicago,
         cboix@midway.uchicago.edu
         "The Economic Rationale for Politically Feasible Redistribution." Dimitri Landa,
         University of Minnesota, diml@polisci.umn.edu
         "Class Voting in a General Equilibrium Model." Robert Grafstein, University of
         Georgia, bobgraf@arches.uga.edu
Disc:    Randall Calvert, Washington University, calvert@artsci.wustl.edu
         David Austen-Smith, Northwestern University, dasm@nwu.edu


Panel 15-S                                                               MONTROSE 1
POLITICAL PARTIES, INTERESTS, AND DEMOCRATIC POLICY-MAKING IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
(co-sponsored with Comparative Politics: Industrialized Countries 1-Q)
Chair:   Kenneth Janda, Northwestern University, k-janda@northwestern.edu
Papers: “Between Consensus and Conflict. Linkages between Consensus Democracy,
         Corporatism and Socio-economic Performance.”
         Noël P. Vergunst, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, np.vergunst@scw.vu.nl
         “Capitalist Development State or Crony Capitalism? A Study on Regional Policy
         in Japan.” Tomoaki Nomi, Eastern Illinois University, cftn@eiu.edu
         “Alternative Energy and Energy Saving Industries in the Politics of Global
         Warming in the U.S., 1988-2000.” Daniel Marien, York University,
         dmarien@yorku.ca
Disc     Kenneth Janda, Northwestern University, k-janda@northwestern.edu


Panel 17-I                                                                 DEARBORN 3
THE PARTY IS HERE
Chair:    Barbara Sinclair, University of California, Los Angeles, sinclair@polisci.ucla.edu
Papers: "Parties, Factions, and Individual Actors: A Battle for Control of the U.S. House."
          William Bianco, Penn State University, wtb3@psu.edu Matthew Schousen,
          Franklin and Marshall College, mschousen@acad.fandm.edu
          "The Benefits of Party Voting: Representation, Roll Calls, and Valued
          Committee Seats in the U.S. House." Justin Burchett, Stanford University,
          burchett@stanford.edu David Brady, Stanford University, dbrady@stanford.edu
          "Popular Control and Partisan Behavior of U.S. Senators." Andrea Campbell,
          University of California, San Diego, acampbel@weber.ucsd.edu
          "Follow the Leaders: When House Moderates Vote with Their Parties." Mark
          Berger, SUNY, Stony Brook, mark.berger@sunysb.edu Andrew Taylor, North
          Carolina State University, taylor@social.chass.ncsu.edu
Disc:     Rick K. Wilson, Rice University, rkw@rice.edu


Panel 17-K                                                              DEARBORN 2
LEGISLATIVE AGENDA CONTROL
Chair:   Forrest Maltzman, George Washington University, forrest@gwu.edu
Papers: "Controlling the Amendment Agenda: Partisan Politics and the Use of the Floor."
         Bryan W. Marshall, University of Missouri, St. Louis, bryan.marshall@umsl.edu




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         William Hixon, Lawrence University, william.hixon@lawrence.edu
         "Split Agenda Control in the Antebellum US House." Chris Den Hartog,
         University of California, San Diego, cdenhart@ucsd.edu
         "The Rules Committee as an Arm of the Majority Party Leadership: An
         Examination of Rule Assignment in the Post Reform House." Gregory Thorson,
         University of Minnesota at Morris, gthorson@mrs.umn.edu Tasina Nitzschke,
         Washington University, tnitzsch@artsci.wustl.edu
         "Hiding from Constituents in the Conference Room: Partisan Use of Conference
         Committees." Robert Van Houweling, Harvard University,
         houwelin@fas.harvard.edu
Disc:    Forrest Maltzman, George Washington University, forrest@gwu.edu


Panel 18-K                                                               LASALLE 3
JUDICIAL APPOINTMENTS
Chair:   John A. Maltese, University of Georgia, jmaltese@arches.uga.edu
Papers: “Selective Listening: Congressional Endorsements and Presidential Deliberation
         on Supreme Court Nominees.” Christine Nemacheck, Iowa State University,
         nemachec@iastate.edu
         “The Influence of Selection Method on Racial Discrimination Cases: A
         Longitudinal State Supreme Court Analysis” Francine Sanders Romero,
         University of Texas at San Antonio, fsromero@utsa.edu David W. Romero,
         University of Texas at San Antonio, dromero@utsa.edu Victoria Ford,
         Victoria.Ford@senate.state.tx.us
         “Party Politics and the Democrats Strategy to Achieve Diversity on the Federal
         Bench” Nancy Scherer, University of Chicago, nscherer@midway.uchicago.edu
         “Between Nomination and Confirmation: Explaining Delays in Supreme Court
         Confirmations” Charles Shipan, University of Iowa,
         charles-shipan@uiowa.edu
         “A Color Blind Senate?: Race and Senate Delay in Confirming Judicial
         Nominees” Kenneth L. Manning, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth,
         kmanning@umassd.edu
Disc:    Thomas G. Walker, Emory University, polstw@emory.edu
         Jeffrey Yates, University of Georgia, jyates@arches.uga.edu


Panel 19-K                                                                 LASALLE 4
TERM LIMITS
Chair:   James M. Penning, Calvin College, penn@calvin.edu
Papers: “Campaign Fundraising Under Term Limits: Evidence from Michigan” Eric W.
         Rader, Wayne State University, e_rader@wayne.edu John M Strate, Wayne
         State University, j_strate@wayne.edu Lyke Thompson, Wayne State University,
         ad5122@wayne.edu; Lisa Marckini, Public Policy Associates,
         ppa@publicpolicy.com Richard Elling, Wayne State University,
         ad5234@wayne.edu
         “Legislative Shirking? Roll Call Voting During the Last Term in a Term Limited
         Environment” Rebecca Tothero, Michigan State University, totheror@msu.edu
         “Term Limits in Michigan: Expectations for Citizen Initiatives” Jovan Trpovski,
         Wayne State University, trpovski@ameritech.net Marjorie Sarbaugh-
         Thompson, Wayne State University, aa2895@wayne.edu; Charles Elder,
         Wayne State University, ad5360@wayne.edu; Lyke Thompson, Wayne State
         University, ad5122@wayne.edu
Disc:    James M. Penning, Calvin College, penn@calvin.edu




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Panel 20-K                                                                PDR 8
ROUNDTABLE: STUDYING U.S. CITIES AND THEIR POLITICS
Chair:   Dennis Judd, University of Illinois at Chicago, djudd@uic.edu
Ptcpts: “Studying Chicago.” Dick Simpson, University of Illinois at Chicago,
         simpson@uic.edu
         “Studying St. Louis.” Lana Stein, University of Missouri-St. Louis,
         lstein@umsl.edu
         “Studying Washington.” Rory Austin, George Washington University,
         raustin@gwu.edu
         “Studying Los Angeles.” Timothy B. Krebs, University of North Carolina,
         Greensboro, tbkrebs@uncg.edu
Disc:    Terry Nichols Clark, University of Chicago, tnclark@midway.uchicago.edu

Panel 21-I                                                            MONTROSE 7
MEET THE AUTHOR: TERRY MOE, SCHOOLS, VOUCHERS, AND THE AMERICAN
PUBLIC
Chair:    William Gormley, Georgetown University, gormleyw@gunet.georgetown.edu
Pres:     Terry Moe, Stanford University, Moe@Hoover.Stanford.edu.
Disc:     Jennifer Hochschild, Harvard University, hochschi@latte.harvard.edu
          Jeffrey R. Henig, George Washington University, Jeffrey@rsage.org


Panel 21-K                                                               PDR 9
POLICING IN URBAN COMMUNITIES
Chair:   Richard Fording, University of Kentucky, rford@pop.uky.edu
Papers: “Can Community Policing Help the Truly Disadvantaged?” Roger Parks, Indiana
         University, parks@indiana.edu
         “Searches, Seizures, and the Constitution.” Stephen Mastrofski, George Mason
         University, smastrof@gmu.edu
         “Dynamics of Urban Public Safety Reform: Institution Building and Civic Capacity
         Revisited.” Peter Burns, Trinity College, pete.burns@trincoll.edu Matthew
         Thomas, Temple University, mot@astro.temple.edu
Disc:    Richard Fording, University of Georgia, rford@pop.uky.edu Fred Meyer, Ball
         State University, FMeyer@GW.bsu.edu


Panel 22-H                                                               PARLOR F
INSTITUTIONS, TURNOVER AND POLITICAL CONTROL OF BUREAUCRACY
(Co-sponsored with Public Policy 21-W)
Chair:   B. Dan Wood, Texas A&M University; bdanwood@politics.tamu.edu
Papers: “Resignation, Termination, and Tenure of Political Appointees.” Sanford
         Gordon, Ohio State University, gordon.256@osu.edu William Anderson, Ohio
         State University; Andrew Tomlinson, Ohio State University
         “The President’s Lieutenants: Career and Political Executives’ Roles in Budget
         Hearings.” Julie Dolan, Virginia Commonwealth University, jdolan@vcu.edu
         “Policy Structure and Interest Group Monitoring of Air Quality Regulations: An
         Empirical Examination of then Impact of Administrative Arrangements.” Brian
         Gerber, Texas Tech University, bgerber@ttacs.ttu.edu
Disc:    Matthew Potoski, Iowa State University, potoski@iastate.edu
         B. Dan Wood, Texas A&M University; bdanwood@politics.tamu.edu




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Panel 23-D                                                                BURNHAM 2
POLITICAL LEARNING AND POLITICAL CULTURE
Chair:   Jane Junn, Rutgers University, junn@rci.rutgers.edu
Papers: “Changing Values of Turkish Youth in the New Millenium.” Orhan Gokce,
         Selcuk University, Hakan Afacan hakan_afacan@hotmail.com, Ata Atabey,
         Sakir Berber
         “African Americans, Alienation, and Majority/Minority Status: Studying
         Democracy in the D.C. Public Schools.” Circe Stumbo, University of Maryland-
         College Park, cstumbo@gvpt.umd.edu
         “Legal Socialization: Law Students Trained Not To Be Interested.” Barbara M.
         Yarnold, Florida International University, Yarnoldb@aol.com
Disc:    Jane Junn, Rutgers University, junn@rci.rutgers.edu


Panel 24-C                                                            CLARK 10
CIVIC EDUCATION AND POLITICAL ENGAGEMENT
Chair:   Scott Furlong, University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, furlongs@uwgb.edu
Papers: “Learning about Power through Service: An Assessment of a Service-Learning
         Approach to American Government” Elizabeth S. Smith, Furman University,
         liz.smith@furman.edu
         “Education for Civic Engagement: Expectations and Proposals for Change”
         Richard Brisbin. West Virginia University, rbrisbin@wvu.edu Susan Hunter,
         West Virginia University,
          “What’s At Stake in the Civic Education Debate” Steven Jones, University of
         Charleston, sjones@uchaswv.edu
         “The Effectiveness of Civic Education Courses” Michelle Kukoleca Hammes,
         St. Cloud University, mhammes@stcloudstate.edu
Disc:    Joe Cammarano, Providence College, jpcammar@providence.edu


Panel 26-D                                                                DEARBORN 1
DIMENSIONS OF PLATO’S POLITICAL THOUGHT
Chair:   John Stack, Northern Illinois University, z914153@oats.farm.niu.edu
Papers: “The Myth of the Flood in Plato’s Laws: Philosophical Music and Intoxicant.”
         Scott Hemmenway, Eureka College, hemmenway@eureka.edu
         “The Politics of Censorship: Platonic and Aristotelian Theories of Theater.” Lee
         Trepanier, Louisiana State University, trepanier@worldnet.att.net
         “Plato’s Meno: Socrates’ Critique of Modern Political Science.” Sean Sutton,
         University of Dallas, ssutton1@acad.udallas.edu
Disc:     John A. Gueguen, Illinois State University, gueguen@net66.com John Stack,
          Northern Illinois University, z914153@oats.farm.niu.edu


5:30 pm to 6:00 pm                                                  CRYSTAL ROOM

Midwest Public Administration Caucus Meeting


6:00 pm to 8:00 pm                                                  CRYSTAL ROOM

Herbert Simon Lecture




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6:00 pm to 8:00 pm                        PDR 18

Ohio State University Reception


6:00 pm to 8:00 pm                        PDR 17

University of Michigan Reception




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                                  Sunday 8:30-10:15
Panel 2-C                                                                  SANDBURG 4
COMPARATIVE VIEWPOINTS OF CIVIL-MILITARY RELATIONS
Chair:    David Pion-Berlin, University of California-Riverside, pion@wizard.ucr.edu
Papers: "Civil-Military Relations in the People's Republic of China: Military
          Professionalism and Structure." Dong Sun Lee, University of Chicago,
          dlee1@midway.uchicago.edu
          "African High Noon: A Quantitative Analysis of the Outcomes of Attempted
          Coups in Sub-Saharan Africa." Naunihal Singh, Harvard University,
          nsingh@fas.harvard.edu
          "Promoting Democracy or Facilitating Authoritarianism: An Analysis of U.S.
          Strategic Policies in Central America and their Impact on Civil-Military Relations."
          Orlando J. Perez, Central Michigan University, orlando.j.perez@cmich.edu
          "The Armed Forces and Nation-Building: Citizenship and Military Manpower
          Policies." Ronald R. Krebs, Columbia University, rrk9@columbia.edu
Disc:     David Pion-Berlin, University of California-Riverside, pion@wizard.ucr.edu


Panel 3-F                                                                 BURNHAM 1
DEMOCRATIZATION AND RECONCILIATION IN AFRICA
Chair:    Kenneth Benoit, Trinity College, Dublin, kbenoit@tcd.ie
Papers: “Truth, Justice, and Reconciliation: The South African Case.” James Gibson,
          Washington University, St. Louis, jgibson@artsci.wustl.edu
          “A Critical Examination of the Democratic Transition in South Africa.” Heather
          Deegan, Middlesex University, h.deegan@mdx.ac.uk
          “The 2000 Presidential Election: An End to the ‘Endless Transition’ in Senegal?”
          Brett O’Bannon, Indiana University, bobannon@indiana.edu
          “African Transitions to Democracy: Bargaining among Social Groups.” Jennifer
          C. Seely, Washington University, jcseely@artsci.wustl.edu
Disc:     Nicolas Van de Walle, Michigan State University, vandewal@pilot.msu.edu


Panel 4-M                                                               BURNHAM 5
INTERNATIONAL LAW
(Co-Sponsored with International Political Economy 5-L)
Chair:   Robert Beck, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, rjbeck@uwm.edu
Papers: “The Sword and the Code: Competing Images of International Law.”
         Nathan D. Griffith, Indiana University, ndgriffi@indiana.edu
         “The Causes and Effects of International Legalization.” Don Moon, University of
         Chicago, donmoon@midway.uchicago.edu
         “Rules of Cooperation: The Influence of International Laws on International
         Agreements.” Aslaug Asgeirsdottir, Harvard University,
         aasgeirs@latte.harvard.edu
         “Understanding Non-participation of Democratic Countries in Human Rights
         Treaties.” Mark Sachleben, Miami University, sachlemd@muohio.edu
Disc:    Robert Beck, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, rjbeck@uwm.edu




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Panel 4-N                                                                    SANDBURG 3
EVOLUTION AND CHANGE IN INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT BEHAVIOR
Chair:    Christopher Butler, Michigan State University, butlerc2@msu.edu
Papers: “Modeling Dispute Duration: A Preliminary Assessment of the Impact of Dyadic
          and Contextual Factors.” Burcu Savun, University of Pittsburgh,
          burcusavun@yahoo.com Renato Corbetta, University of Arizona,
          renatoc@u.arizona.edu
          “Military Mobilization and the Escalation of International Crises.” Brian Lai,
          Emory University, blai@emory.edu
          “Hegemonic Stability Theory and the Evolution of Conflict.” David H. Sacko,
          Penn State University, dsacko@psu.edu
          “To Victory and Beyond: Explaining Variation in War Aims Expansion.”
          Alexander Downes, University of Chicago, a-downes@uchicago.edu
Disc:     Christopher K. Butler, Michigan State University, butlerc2@msu.edu


Panel 6-L                                                                 CLARK 7
RACE, RACISM AND POLICY ATTITUDES
Chair:    Scott McClurg, Washington University, sdmcclur@artsc.wustl.edu
Papers: “Don’t Forget to Set the Alarm; Explaining Perceptions of Personal Safety in Urban
          Areas.” Heidi J. Unter, University of New Orleans, hunter@uno.edu
          “Symbolic Racism Theory Reconsidered.” Alan Metelko, American University,
          metelko@american.edu
          “The Criminalization of Race or the Racialization of Crime: Fear of Victimization
          and Support for the Criminal Justice System.” Stephanie T. Muraca, University
          of Pittsburgh, stmst16+@pitt.edu
          “Social Identity and Racial Policy Preferences.” Matthew A. Vile, University of
          New Orleans, mvile@uno.edu
Disc:     Scott McClurg, Washington University, sdmcclur@artsc.wustl.edu Frederick
          Slocum, Minnesota State University, Mankato, Fred.slocum@mankato.msus.edu


Panel 7-N                                                               PDR 5
SOUTHERN POLITICS AND THE ROLE OF RELIGION
Chair:    Harold W. Stanley, Rochester University, Stanley@troi.cc.rochester.edu
Papers: “Southern Partisan Change: Realignment and Dealignment.” Harold W.
          Stanley, University of Rochester, Stanley@troi.cc.rochester.edu
          “Candidate Emergence in the New Southern Party System.” Joseph Aistrup,
          Fort Hays State University, jaistrup@fhsu.edu Ronald Keith Gaddie, University
          of Oklahoma
          “The Christian Right and the Pentecostal Vote.” James Paul Old, Valparaiso
          University, james.old@valpo.edu
          “When the Shepherd Strays: Congregational Constraints on Clergy Political
          Behavior.” Paul A. Djupe, Denison University, dujpe@denison.edu
Disc:     Geoffrey C. Layman, Vanderbilt University, geoff.layman@vanderbilt.edu


Panel 8-D                                                                CLARK 5
POLITICAL EFFICACY, INTEREST, INVOLVEMENT, AND THE MASS MEDIA
Chair:    Katherine Cramer Walsh, University of Wisconsin, kwalsh@polisci.wisc.edu
Papers: “The West Wing” and its Effects on Political Trust and Efficacy.” Timothy G. Hill,
          The Ohio State University, hill.471@osu.edu Andrew Holbrook, The Ohio State
          University, holbrook.61@osu.edu




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          “Exploring the Nature of Political Interest Debra Horner, University of Michigan,
          dhorner@umich.edu
          “Getting on the Ground: The Million Mom March and the Sustainability of Media-
          Driven Activism.” Kristin A. Goss, Harvard University, kristingoss@harvard.edu
          “The Role of Interest, Self-Reported Awareness, and Real Knowledge in Shaping
          Perceptions of contentious Issues in Science and Technology.” Matt Nisbet,
          Cornell University, mcn23@cornell.edu Dietram Scheufele, Cornell University,
          das72@cornell.edu
Disc:     Katherine Cramer Walsh, University of Wisconsin, kwalsh@polisci.wisc.edu


Panel 9-C                                                                PDR 7
THE IMPACT OF MOVEMENTS AND ORGANIZATIONS ON PUBLIC POLICY
Chair:    Lisa Baldez, Washington University, St. Louis, labaldez@artsci@wustl.edu
Papers: “Women’s Movements, Civil Society and Public Policy.” S. Laurel Weldon,
          Purdue University, weldon@polsci.purdue.edu
          “Women’s Civic Groups and Public Policy in the 1950s: How Political Institutions
          Matter to Civic Engagement.” A. Lanethea Mathews, Syracuse University,
          almathew@maxwell.syr.edu
          “Towards Explaining State-Level Outcomes of Social Movement-Legislative
          Interaction” Elizabeth Stiles, Emory University, estiles@emory.edu
          “The Collective Defense: The Role of Women’s Voluntary Organizations in
          Defending the Nordic Welfare State.” Lisa Laverty, Indiana University,
          lraupp@indiana.edu
Disc:     Anya Bernstein, Harvard University, abernst@fas.harvard.edu


Panel 10-J                                                                PDR 6
RACE, PLACE AND PEACE OF MIND: CONNECTING RACIAL POLITICS AND
MENTAL HEALTH
Chair:    Lynn Sanders, University of Virginia, lms5x@cms.mail.virginia.edu;
Papers: “No Place to Rest: African-American Political Attitudes and The Myth of Black
         Women’s Strength”, Melissa V. Harris-Lacewell, University of Chicago,
         mvharris@uchicago.edu
         “The Consequences of Suburbanization for African-American Mental Health”,
         Eric Oliver, Yale University, eric.oliver@yale.edu
         “Race, Place and Force: The Foundation of Support for Coerced Treatment of
         Persons With Mental Illness”, Alexis Clark, University of Virginia,
         ac7w@cms.mail.virginia.edu; Lynn Sanders, University of Virginia,
         lms5x@cms.mail.virginia.edu
Disc:    Melissa R. Michelson, California State University at Fresno
         melissam@csu.fresno.edu Gloria Hampton, Ohio State University,
         Hampton.27@osu.edu;


Panel 11-K                                                            MONTROSE 2
KANT
Chair:   David Barzilai, Virginia Tech, dbarzila@vt.edu
Papers: “Aesthetic Judgment as Political Judgment: Recent Appropriations of Kant’s
         Third Critique.” Ella Myers, Northwestern University,
          e-meyers1@northwestern.edu
         “The Honesty of Kant’s Political Rhetorics.” Maarten Rothman, Purdue
         University, rothman@polsci.purdue.edu




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          “Nature, Freedom and Nonidentity in Kant’s Philosophy.” Michelle Mawhinney,
          York University, mmawhin@yorku.ca
                                                                         th     st
          “Kant and Smith Meet Putnam and Tocqueville: Citizenship in 18 and 21
          Century Republics.” Elisabeth Ellis, Texas A&M University,
          ellis@polisci.tamu.edu
Disc:     David Barzilai, Virginia Tech, dbarzila@vt.edu


Panel 12-L                                                             MONTROSE 3
THE POLITICS OF SHAME
Chair:   Steven Gerencser, Indiana University South Bend, sgerencs@iusb.edu
Papers: “The Politics of Shame in Plato’s Gorgias.” Christina Tarnopolsky, University of
         Chicago, chtarnop@midway.uchicago.edu
         “To Appear One Must Conceal: Shameless Publics and Shameful Privates
         in the Writings of Hannah Arendt.” Jill Locke, Gustavus Adolphus College,
         jlocke@gac.edu
         “Transformative Shame.” Farid Abdel-Nour, San Diego State University,
         abdelnou@mail.sdsu.edu
Disc:    Steven Gerencser, Indiana University South Bend, sgerencs@iusb.edu
         Andrew Seligsohn, St. Olaf College, seligsoh@stolaf.edu


Panel 13-C                                                               LASALLE 1
THE AMERICAN UNIVERSITY: WHY IT WORKS, WHERE IT FAILS, HOW TO CHANGE
IT (Co-sponsored by Public Administration, 22-b)
Chair:    Robert Pahre, University of Illinois at Urbana, pahre@uiuc.edu
Papers: "The American University: Why it Works, Where it Fails, How to Change it."
          Susanne Lohmann, University of California, Los Angeles, lohmann@ucla.edu
          "Markets vs. Hierarchies in Higher Education: Does the Conventional Wisdom
          Hold?" Robert Lowry, Iowa State University, rlowry@iastate.edu
          "The Impact of Formal Structure on University Policymaking." Thomas H.
          Hammond, Michigan State University, thammond@msu.edu
Disc:     David Epstein, Columbia University, de11@columia.edu


Panel 15-Q                                                               MONTROSE 1
MEASURING AND UNDERSTANDING CHANGE IN PARTIES AND PARTISANSHIP
Chair:   Alan D. Monroe, Illinois State University, admonr1@ilstu.edu
Papers: “Incentives for Responsible Parties in the American Political System.” Jeffrey D.
         Grynaviski, Duke University, jdg6@duke.edu
         “Party Competition in State and Nation: An Examination of Alternative
         Measurement Strategies.” John Bruce, University of Mississippi,
         jbruce@olemiss.edu Robert Brown, University of Mississippi,
         psrbrown@olemiss.edu
         “The New, Improved Party ID (Now With More Meaning!): Divergent Trends in
         the Power of Party to Structure How Americans Vote.” Hans Noel, University of
         California, hnoel@ucla.edu
Disc:    Charles H. Franklin, University of Wisconsin, franklin@polisci.wisc.edu




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Panel 16-E                                                                 LASALLE 5
THE ADMINISTRATIVE PRESIDENCY
Chair:   Dean Spiliotes, Dartmouth College, constantine.spiliotes@dartmouth.edu
         "Reinventing Government and the Clinton Presidency: A Quantitative Appraisal."
         Donald R. Raber II, Furman University, Don.Raber@furman.edu
         "Presidential Decision-Making and Administrative Change: The Evolution of
         Disaster Policy from Johnson to Clinton" R. Steven Daniels, California State
         University, Bakersfield, rdaniels@csub.edu Carolyn L. Clark-Daniels, California
         State University, Bakersfield
         "Networking in the Shadow of Hierarchy: Public Policy, the Administrative
         Presidency, and the Neoadministrative State." Robert F. Durant, University of
         Baltimore, rdurant@erols.com Adam Warber, Texas A&M University,
         X93WARBE@polisci.tamu.edu
Disc:    Hult, Karen, Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University, khult@vt.edu


Panel 17-J                                                               DEARBORN 2
AMBITION AND POWER IN LEGISLATIVE CAREERS
Chair:   Jason Roberts, University of Minnesota, jroberts@polisci.umn.edu
Papers: "Congressional Committee Assignments and the Path Dependent Congressional
         Career." Jeffrey Bernstein, Eastern Michigan University,
         jbernstein@online.emich.edu
         "How Legislators, Like Job Candidates, Choose Their Employers." John D.
         Griffin, Duke University, john.griffin@duke.edu
         "Decisions, Decisions: An Event History Analysis of the Congressional Intention
         to Retire, Seek Re-Election, or Make a Bid for Higher Office." Larry Handlin,
         Washington University, St. Louis, lbhandli@artsci.wustl.edu Christopher Ostella
         Washington University, St. Louis, costella@artsci..wustl.edu
         "Strategic Retirements: Explaining Aggregate Level Membership Change in the
         U.S. Congress." Jennifer Wolak, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,
         wolak@email.unc.edu
Disc:    Stanley Berard, Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania, sberard@lhup.edu


Panel 17-U                                                               DEARBORN 3
CONGRESS AND THE COURTS
(Co-sponsored with Judicial Politics and Public Law 18-Q)
Chair:   Paul J. Wahlbeck, George Washington University, wahlbeck@gwu.edu
Papers: "Congress, Endogenous Change, and Constitutional Construction: 1959-1999."
         Bruce Peabody, Fairleigh Dickinson University, peabody@alpha.fdu.edu
         "Strength in Numbers: Utilizing Nominee Slates as a Judicial Appointment
         Strategy." Lisa Holmes, University of North Carolina, Greensboro,
         lmholmes@uncg.edu Britt Foxworth, University of North Carolina, Greensboro,
         pygmalion8@juno.com
         "Co-signing Congressional Amici Curiae Briefs: Position Taking or Policy
         Signaling?" Eric S. Heberlig, University of North Carolina, Charlotte,
         esheberl@email.uncc.edu Rorie Spill, University of Northern Iowa,
         rorie.spill@uni.edu
         "Case Characteristics as Determinants of Congressional Amici Curiae Brief
         Participation." Rachel Paine Caufield, Brookings Institution and George
         Washington University, rcaufield@brook.edu
Disc:    Mark Miller, Clark University, mmiller@clarku.edu




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Panel 18-L                                                                LASALLE 3
JUDICIAL ELECTIONS
Chair:   Keith Rollin Eakins, University of Central Oklahoma, keakins@ucok.edu
Papers: “Predicting Challenger Quality in State Supreme Court Elections.” Melinda Gann
         Hall, Michigan State University, hallme@msu.edu Chris W. Bonneau, Michigan
         State University, BonneauC@msu.edu
         “Coattails and Competition: Factors Influencing Partisan Judicial Elections in
         Illinois” Barbara Hayler, University of Illinois at Springfield,
         Addresshayler.barbara@uis.edu Calvin Mouw, University of Illinois at
         Springfield, mouw.calvin@uis.edu
         “Payola Justice or Just Plain ‘Ole Politics Texas Style? Campaign Finance and
         the Texas Supreme Court” M.V. Hood III, University of Georgia,
         Address th@arches.uga.edu Craig Emmert, Texas Tech University,
         craig.emmert@ttu.edu
         “Buying Justice in Texas: The Influence of Campaign Contributions on the Voting
         Behavior of Texas Supreme Court Justices” Madhavi McCall, Colorado State
         University, madhavi.mccall@colostate.edu
Disc:    Charles S. Lopeman, University of West Georgia, slopeman@westga.edu


Panel 19-M                                                                LASALLE 4
BUDGETEER ROLES AND CENTRAL BUDGET OFFICE DECISIONS
Chair:   Katherine Willoughby, Georgia State University, kwilloughby@gsu.edu
Papers: “Should Budget Examiner Roles Change in a Surplus Era?” Shelly Tomkin,
         Trinity College, tomkins@trinitydc.edu
         “Local Government Budgeteers: Factors Affecting Work Priorities” Charles Coe,
         University of North Carolina at Greensboro, coe@social.chass.ncsu.edu
         “Facilitating Enactment: The Role of LBO Examiners in State Budgetmaking”
         Doug Snow, Suffolk University, dsnow@acad.suffolk.edu Katherine
         Willoughby, Georgia State University, kwilloughby@gsu.edu
         “Reconciling Policy Roles and Neutral Competence in Policy Oriented State
         Budget Offices.” Kurt Thurmaier, University of Kansas, thurmaier@ukans.edu
Disc:    Irene Rubin, Northern Illinois University, irubin@sun.soci.niu.edu


Panel 19-N                                                              SANDBURG 6
REALIGNMENT, DEALIGNMENT, OR MISALIGNMENT IN THE SOUTH
Chair:   David Hogberg, Public Interest Institute, hogberg@limitedgovernment.org
Papers: “The Impact of Partisan Realignment on the Texas Legislature” Terence M.
         Garrett, University of Texas – Pan American, garrett@panam.edu
         “Dealignment in Mississippi: Democratic Resurgence Blunts GOP Gains”
         Charles Menifield, Mississippi State University,
         CharlesM@DeanAS.MsState.Edu Steve Shaffer, Mississippi State University,
         kauai@ps.msstate.edu
         “Whadda Ya Mean They Aren’t Democrats? A Time-Series Analysis of Southern
         Voters’ Ideological Patterns” Geoff Peterson, University of Wisconsin – Eau
         Claire, petersgd@uwec.edu
         “Did the South Rise Again? Uncontested Seats and Electoral Competition in
         Southern US House Races, 1912-2000” J. Mark Wrighton, University of New
         Hampshire, wrighton@cisunix.unh.edu
Disc:    David Hogberg, Public Interest Institute, hogberg@limitedgovernment.org




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Panel 21-C                                                              MONTROSE 7
REGULATORY POLICY
Chair:   Paul Quirk, University of Illinois-Urbana, paulq@igpa.uiuc.edu
Papers: “Patent Politics: The Political Economy of the U.S. Patent System.”
         William Keech, Carnegie Mellon University, keech@andrew.cmu.edu Jesse
         Richman, Carnegie Mellon University, jrichman@andrew.cmu.edu
         “Drinking and Driving in America: An Analysis of Target Group Behavior and
         Attitudes.” David Houston, University of Tennessee, dhouston@utk.edu
         Lilliard Richardson, Jr., University of Missouri-Columbia,
         RichardsonLE@missouri.edu
Disc:    Paul Quirk, University of Illinois-Urbana, paulq@igpa.uiuc.edu
         Dan Carpenter, University of Michigan, dancarp@umich.edu


Panel 21-R                                                              PDR 9
SCHOOL REFORM: CHOICE, MONEY, AND POLITICS
Chair:   Kenneth Wong, University of Chicago, k-wong@uchicago.edu
Papers: “Voucher Experiments in Washington, D.C. and Dayton, Ohio.” Patrick Wolf,
         Georgetown University; David Campbell, Harvard University,
         dcampbel@latte.harvard.edu
         “The Internet and School Choice.” Mark Schneider, SUNY-Stony Brook,
         mark.schneider@sunysb.edu Jack Buckley, SUNY-Stony Brook,
         sbuckley@ic.sunysb.edu
         “Money Matters if You Want it to: Dependent Variables and Education Production
         Functions.” Kevin Smith, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, ksmith1@unl.edu J.
         Scott Rademacker, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, jrademac@unlserve.unl.edu
         “Would Increased State Funding Improve Student Performance? An Example
         from Texas.” Corliss Lentz, Sam Houston State University, pol_ccl@shsu.edu
Disc:    John Witte, University of Wisconsin-Madison, witte@lafollette.wisc.edu
         W. Phillips Shively, University of Minnesota, shively@umn.edu


Panel 22-D                                                              PARLOR F
GOVERNANCE AND SERVICE DELIVERY
(Co-sponsored with Urban and Local Politics 20-N)
Chair:   George Fredrickson, University of Kansas, gfred@falcon.cc.ukans.edu
Papers: “The Struggle to Achieve Municipal Reform: An Explanation of the Unsuccessful
         City-County Consolidation Referenda in North Carolina.” Suzanne Leland,
         Kansas State University, smeland@ksu.edu Gary A. Johnson, University of
         North Carolina-Charlotte, garjohns@email.uncc.edu
         "In-Fill Development: Solution to Sprawl or Affordable Housing? Can we do
         Both?" Annette Steinacker, Claremont Graduate University,
         annette.steinacker@cgu.edu
         “Delivering Urban Services: The Increasing Role of Counties as Municipal
         Governments.” Christopher Hoene, Public Policy Institute of California,
         hoene@cbpp.org Mark Baldassare, Public Policy Institute of California;
         baldassare@ppic.org Michael Shires,, Public Policy Institute of California
         "Municipal Annexation Patterns and the Evolution of Metropolitan Areas: A
         Comparative Analysis of Detroit and Columbus Ohio.” Craig Ramsay, Ohio
         Wesleyan University, dcramsay@cc.ow.edu
Disc:    Robert Stein, Rice University, stein@rice.edu




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Panel 23-E                                                                BURNHAM 2
COMPARATIVE POLITICS AND CIVIL SOCIETY
Chair:   Denise Powers, University of Iowa, denise-powers@uiowa.edu
Papers: “Political Tolerance in Israel.” Michal Shamir, Tel-Aviv University,
         m3600@post.tau.ac.il
         “Voluntary Group Membership and Democratic Values: A Reassessment of the
         Conventional Wisdom.” Brian D. Silver, Michigan State University,
         bsilver@msu.edu; Kathleen M. Dowley, SUNY-New Paltz,
         dowleyk@newpaltz.edu
         “Unpacking Civic Engagement in Latin America.” Lucio Renno, University of
         Pittsburgh, lurst2+@pitt.edu
         “Culture, Cognitive Theory, and the Outbreak of Israeli-Palestinian Violence.”
         Pierre Atlas, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis,
         patlas@iupui.edu
Disc:    Denise Powers, University of Iowa, denise-powers@uiowa.edu


Panel 24-D                                                              CLARK 10
TECHNOLOGY AND POLITICAL SCIENCE EDUCATION
Chair:   Stephen Frantzich, US Naval Academy, frantzic@usna.edu
Paper:   “The Web Text Book: Gimmick or Wave of the Future.” Stephen Frantzich, US
         Naval Academy, frantzic@usna.edu
         “Distance Learning in Advance Methods Training.” Herbert Weisberg, Ohio
         State University, weisberg.1@osu.edu
         “’You Mean We Can Cheat? Web-Based Quizzes as Repeated Games, Student
         Learning, and Academic Honesty.” Charles Turner, California State University,
         ccturner@csuchico.edu
         “On-Line Discussions: Which Students Participate? Are They Effective
         Pedagogical Tools?” Rosalee Clawson, Purdue University,
         clawson@polisci.purdue.edu Rebecca Deen University of Texas-Arlington, Zoe
         Oxley Union College
         “Transforming Teaching and Learning in Political Science with Technology:
         Resistance is Futile.” Paul Hagner, University of Hartford,
         prhagner@mail.hartford.edu
Disc:    Michael Moore, University of Texas-Arlington, mmoore@uta.edu


Panel 25-B                                                                PDR 8
WINNING – AND USING – FAMILY LEAVE AT YOUR UNIVERSITY
Chair:   Catherine Rudder, American Political Science Association, rudder@apsanet.org
Part:    Victoria Farrar-Myers, University of Texas at Arlington, victoria@uta.edu
         Cindy Simon Rosenthal, University of Oklahoma, csrosenthal@ou.edu
         Suzanne Mettler, Syracuse University, sbmettle@maxwell.syr.edu
         Clarissa Peterson, DePauw University, cpeterson@depauw.edu




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                               Sunday 10:30 -- 12:15
Panel 1-M                                                                LASALLE 5
GLOBAL MARKETS AND THE POLITICS OF SOCIAL WELFARE REFORM IN
COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE
Chair:   Aslaug Asgeirsdottir, Harvard University, aasgeirs@latte.harvard.edu
Papers: “Still Three Worlds of Welfare Capitalism? Comparing Welfare Regime Change
         in Advanced Industrial Societies.” Lyle Scruggs, University of Connecticut,
         scruggs@uconnvm.uconn.edu James P. Allan, University of Connecticut
         “The Impact of Left-Center Coalition and Electoral Systems on Welfare
         Development in 17 Democracies, 1970-1990.” Woojin Moon, UCLA,
         wjmoon@ucla.edu
         ”Pension Reform in the Global Arena.” Carolyn Dudek, Hofstra University,
         psccmd@hofstra.edu Pieter Omtzigt, Universita dell’Insubria (Italy),
         pieter.omtzigt@virgilio.it
         “Responses of the Business and Political Elites to the Japanese Employment
         Crisis.” Muge Kokten, University of Virginia, mmk8d@virginia.edu
Disc:    Glenn E. Mitchell II, University of South Florida, gmitchel@admin.usf.edu


Panel 3-N                                                                    BURNHAM 1
CIVIL SOCIETY AND CONSTITUTIONAL CHANGES IN ASIA
Chair:    Yanzhong Huang, Grand Valley State University, huangy@gvsu.edu
Papers: “Structures of Elections Under a New Constitution in Thailand: A Pluralist
          Solution.” Robert B. Albritton, University of Mississippi, ralbritt@olemiss.edu;
          Thawilwadee Bureekul, King Prachadipok's Institute, thawilwadee@kpi.ac.th
          “South Korean Democratic Transition from a Game-Theoretic Perspective.” Ji
          Yun Kim, University of Michigan, kimjyz@umich.edu Won-ho Park, University of
          Michigan, wpark@umich.edu
          “Thai Democracy: Modernization or Globalization.” Neil Englehart, Lafayette
          College, englehan@lafayette.edu
          “Non-electoral Punishment as a Constraint on Government in Less-Democratic
          Countries.”O. Fiona, Yap, University of Kansas, fyap@ukans.edu
Disc:     Doh Shin, University of Missouri at Columbia, shind@missouri.edu
          Laura M. Luehrmann, Wright State University, laura.luehrmann@wright.edu


Panel 4-L                                                                   BURNHAM 5
NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS THEORY
Chair:    Rashida Hussain, Illinois State University, rhussa2@ilstu.edu
Papers: “The Fourth Wave: The Problematic State Sovereignty.” Ahmet Sozen,
          University of Bahcesehir, sozen@bahcesehir.edu.tr
          “Challenging the ‘Clash of Civilizations’: Convergence Points of Christian,
          Islamic and Confucian Teachings on War and Peace.” Jacqueline M. Vieceli,
          Minnesota State University, Jacqueline.Vieceli@Mankata.msus.edu
          “The Invisible Hand of Peace: Competitive Markets, Foreign Policy, and Liberal
          IR Theory.” Patrick J. McDonald, Ohio State University, mcdonald.18@osu.edu
          “Explaining the Evolution of Trusting Relationships in the ‘Philadelphian System’,
          1776-1860.” Aaron M. Hoffman, University of Pittsburgh, amhst20@yahoo.com
Disc:     Alexander Wendt, University of Chicago, awendt@uchicago.edu




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Panel 4-O                                                                 SANDBURG 3
DOMESTIC INFLUENCES ON INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT BEHAVIOR
Chair:   Jaroslav Tir, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, tir@uiuc.edu
Papers: “The Electoral Environment and Dispute Behavior.” Michael T. Koch, University
         of California-Davis, mtkoch@ucdavis.edu
         “Parliamentary Systems and the Diversionary Use of Force: Examples from the
         British and Israeli Cases.” Christopher Sprecher, Texas A&M University,
         sprecher@polisci.tamu.edu Karl DeRouen, Southwest Texas University,
         karl.fpdm@lycos.com
         “Domestic Politics and Conflict Among Rivals: Domestic Institutional Incentives
         for Conflict or Cooperation.” Chad Atkinson, University of Illinois, Urbana-
         Champaign, catkinso@uiuc.edu
Disc:    Fred S. Pearson, Wayne State University, ab3440@wayne.edu


Panel 6-M                                                                  CLARK 7
ATTITUDES AND IDEOLOGY
Chair:   Debbie Schildkraut, Oberlin College, Debbie.schildkraut@oberlin.edu
Papers: “Reconceptualizing the Role of Consistency in Mass Belief Systems: Evidence from
         Heteroskedasticity Models.” Howard Lavine, State University of New York at Stony Brook
         Howard.Lavine@sunysb.edu Thomas Gschwend, State University of New York at Stony
         Brook
         “Looking into Their Minds: Latency in Survey Response as Determined by
         Political Sophistication, Issue Publics and Cognitive Dissonance.” Darren
         Schreiber, UCLA, dschreib@ucla.edu
         “Information, Policy Attitude Extremity and Political Tolerance.” Dennis Plane,
         University of Texas at Austin, dlplane@mail.la.utexas.edu
         “State Variation in the Meaning of Political Ideology and Partisanship.” Robert J.
         McKee, University of Illinois at Chicago, rmckee1@uic.edu
Disc:    William Jacoby, University of South Carolina, jacoby@gwm.sc.edu
         Debbie Schildkraut, Oberlin College, Debbie.schildkraut@oberlin.edu


Panel 7-O                                                                PDR 5
SOCIAL AND CONTEXTUAL EFFECTS ON POLITICAL ATTITUDES AND BEHAVIOR
Chair:   Brady Baybeck, University of Missouri, St. Louis, baybeck@umsl.edu
Papers: “Who Do they Know and How Do They Know It? An Examination of Citizen
         Awareness of Political Context.” Brady Baybeck, University of Missouri, St.
         Louis, baybeck@umsl.edu Scott McClurg, Washington University,
         sdmcclur@artsci.wust1.edu
         “Motivating Political Participation: Competing Theories of Social Influence.”
         Melissa K. Miller, Northwestern University, mkm045@northwestern.edu
         “Voter Registration and Race: An Ecological Inference Analysis of the SES
         Model and Local Neighborhood Structure.” Christopher Ostella, Washington
         University, costella@artsci.wust1.edu
         “Unpacking the Backlash: The Effects of Anti-Immigrant Legislation on
         Naturalizaition, Registration and Voter Turnout.” S. Karthick Ramakrishnan,
         Princeton University, karthick@princeton.edu
Disc:    Jason Barabas, Princeton University, jbarabas@princeton.edu




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Panel 7-BB                                                           STATE BALLROOM
ROUNDTABLE ON SOFT MONEY AND THE 2000 CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS
(Co-sponsored with by Political Parties and Interest Groups, 15-I)
Chair:   David Magleby, Brigham Young University, david_magleby@byu.edu
Part:    "Issue Advocacy and Soft Money in the Battle for the Connecticut 5th
         Congressional District House Seat." Sandy Anglund, University of Connecticut,
         Ttimsand@aol.com Joanne Miller, University of Connecticut,
         jmmiller@uconnvm.uconn.edu
         "Issue Advocacy and Soft Money in the Battle for the Pennsylvania 4th
         Congressional District House Seat." David Barker, University of Pittsburgh,
         dbarker+@pitt.edu Christopher Carman, University of Pittsburgh,
         carman+@pitt.edu
         "Issue Advocacy and Soft Money in the Battle for the Arkansas 4th
         Congressional District House Seat." Hal Bass, Ouachita Baptist University,
         Arkadelphia, bassh@alpha.obu.edu
         "Issue Advocacy and Soft Money in the Battle for the New Jersey 12th
         Congressional District House Seat." Adam Berinksy, Princeton University,
         berinsky@princeton.edu Susan Lederman, Kean College of New Jersey,
         slederma@turbo.kean.edu
         "Issue Advocacy and Soft Money in the Battle for the Michigan 8th
         Congressional District House Seat." Susan Carter, Michigan State University,
         sucarter@msu.edu Eric Freedman, Michigan State University,
         freedma5@pilot.msu.edu
         "Issue Advocacy and Soft Money in the Battle for the Washington 2nd
         Congressional District House Seat." Todd Donovan, Western Washington
         University, donovan@cc.wwu.edu
         "Issue Advocacy and Soft Money in the Battle for the Kentucky 6th
         Congressional District House Seat.” Don Gross, University of Kentucky,
         pol146@pop.uky.edu Penny Miller, University of Kentucky,
         pol153@pop.uky.edu
         "Issue Advocacy and Soft Money in the Battle for the Oklahoma 2nd
         Congressional District House Seat." Rebekah Herrick, Oklahoma State
         University, herric5@netscape.net
         "Issue Advocacy and Soft Money in the Battle for the Pennsylvania 13th
         Congressional District House Seat." Robin Kolodny, Temple University,
         rakolodny@aol.com Sandra Suarez, Temple University,
         ssuarez@nimbus.ocis.temple.edu
         "Issue Advocacy and Soft Money in the Battle for the Illinois 10th
         Congressional District House Seat." Barry Rundquist, University of Illinois,
         barryr@uic.edu Julie Dowse, Oladimeji Adeoye
         "Issue Advocacy and Soft Money in the Battle for the Montana at Large House
         Seat." Craig Wilson, Montana State University, cwilson@msubillings.edu
         Mike Laslovich, University of Montana, mlaslo@selway.umt.edu\


Panel 9 L                                                             PDR 7
GENDER STEREOTYPES IN ELECTORAL POLITICS
Chair:    Elizabeth Bennion, Indiana University South Bend, ebennion@iusb.edu
Papers: “Sex and Perceptions of Leader Traits: Evidence from the 1993 Canadian and
          1999 New Zealand Election Studies.” Elisabeth Lesley Gidengil, McGill
          University, egiden@po-box.mcgill.ca Susan Banducci, University of Amsterdam,
          banducci@pscw.uva.nl; University of New Brunswick, jeveritt@unbsj.ca




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          “Who Stereotypes? The Determinants of Gender Stereotypes about Political
          Candidates.” Kira Sanbonmatsu, Ohio State University,
          sanbonmatsu.1@osu.edu
          “A Matter of Gender: The Vocabularies of Congressional Coverage.” Margaret
          Young, University of Michigan, mmyoung@umich.edu
Disc:     Joe Cammarano, Providence College, jpcammar@providence.edu


Panel 10-H                                                                PDR 6
INTERSECTIONS OF RACE, ETHNICITY, CLASS AND GENDER
Chair:   Ann Linn, University of Michigan, annlin@umich.edu
Papers: “The Black Female Bogeyman: Another Means of Controlling the Black
         Community”, Julia Jordan-Zachery, Wheaton College,
         jjordanz@wheatoncollege.edu
         “Las Mujeres Invisibles: Latina Activists at the U.S. Mexico Border” Sharon Ann
         Navarro, University of Wisconsin—Madison, sharon@polisci.wisc.edu
Disc:    Khalilah Brown, Ohio State University, Brown.1712@osu.edu, Pamela Cook,
         University of Chicago, pcook@midway.uchicago.edu

Panel 11-L                                                             MONTROSE 2
DEMOCRATIC THEORY: HISTORICAL VIEWS
Chair:   Andrew Murphy, University of Chicago, amurphy@uchicago.edu
Papers: “Diderot’s Democratic Sensibilities.” Khristina Haddad, University of Michigan,
         haddadk@umich.edu
         “Hume, Rationality, and Contemporary Democracy.” Tom Hoffman, Indiana
         University, Bloomington, thhoffma@indiana.edu
         “Rousseau’s Social Ontology.” Michael McLendon, University of Texas at
         Austin, mikemc@jeeves.la.utexas.edu
Disc:    Fonna Forman Dubin, Virginia Tech, f-dubin@uchicago.edu


Panel 11-P                                                            SANDBURG 4
ANCIENT POLITICAL THOUGHT
Chair:   Susan Bickford, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
         bickford@email.unc.edu
Papers: “Thucydides as Tragedy: On the Career of Brasidas.” John Frances Ryan
         “Three Myths about Plato’s Republic.” Robert W. Hall, rwhall@zoo.uvm.edu
         “Conversations among Strangers: Reflections on Strangers and the Laws.”
         Xavier Marquez, University of Notre Dame, xmarquez@nd.edu
Disc:    Arlene Saxonhouse, University of Michigan, awsaxon@umich.edu


Panel 12-M                                                                MONTROSE 3
RECONSIDERING REPUBLICANISM, HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY
Chair:   Robert Grady, Eastern Michigan University, pls_grady@online.emich.edu
Papers: “Imagination and Representation.” Tim Tilton, Indiana University,
         tilton@indiana.edu
         “Reconsidering French Neo-Republicanism: Genealogy of a Public Philosophy.”
         Charles M. Hoffman, Indiana University, cmhoffma@indiana.edu
         “Populist Appeals and Political Coalitions in the Ideological Conflict of the Gilded
         Age.” Teena Gabrielson, University of California, Davis,
         tjgabrielson@ucdavis.edu




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         “Liberal Virtue, Communitarian Virtue.” Marc Stier, Temple University,
         MarcStier@stier.net
Disc     Robert Grady, Eastern Michigan University, pls_grady@online.emich.edu
         William Riggs, University of New Orleans, blubyu50@aol.com


Panel 13-H                                                              CLARK 10
ELECTIONS
Chair:   Tim Feddersen, Northwestern University, tfed@kellogg.nwu.edu
Papers: "Repeated Downsian Electoral Competition." John Duggan, University of
         Rochester, dugg@troi.cc.rochester.edu
         "Candidate Screening and Party Labels in Repeated Electoral Competition."
         Michael Ting, University of North Carolina, mmting@unc.edu James Snyder,
         Massachusetts Institute of Technology, millett@mit.edu
         "An Abstract Approach to Candidate Objective Functions." John Patty,
         Carnegie-Mellon University, jpatty+@andrew.cmu.edu
         "Policy Stability under Different Electoral Systems." Massimo Morelli, The Ohio
         State University, morelli.10@osu.edu
Disc:    Tim Feddersen, Northwestern University, tfed@kellogg.nwu.edu
         Roger Myerson, Northwestern University, myerson@kellogg.nwu.edu


Panel 13-I                                                               LASALLE 1
PSYCHOLOGY MEETS RATIONAL CHOICE
Chair:    Daniel Diermeier, Northwestern University, d-diermeier@kellogg.nwu.edu
Papers: "Brain Activity in the Play of Dominant Strategy and Mixed Strategy Games."
          Rick K. Wilson, Rice University, rkw@rice.edu Randolph Stevenson, Rice
          University, stevenso@rice.edu Geoffrey Potts, Rice University, gpotts@rice.edu
          "Rationality and Inconsistent Behavior." Tobias Klaus, Indiana University and
          Trinity College, Dublin, t.klaus@gmx.net
          "Informational Cascades and Catastrophic Risk." Jacob Gersen, University of
          Chicago, j-gersen@uchicago.edu
          "Cooperation in the Finitely Repeated 2x2 Social Dilemma Game."
          Toh-Kyeong Ahn, Indiana University, tahn@indiana.edu
Disc:     Daniel Diermeier, Northwestern University, d-diermeier@kellogg.nwu.edu
          Scott Page, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, spage@umich.edu


Panel 15-P                                                             MONTROSE 1
WHY GROUPS?
Chair:   Beth Lech, Rutgers University, BethL@rci.rutgers.edu
Papers: “Towards a Unified Analysis of Collective Action: The Organization of Economic
         and Non-Economic Groups.” Richard Jankowski, State University of New York,
         Richard.Jankowski@fredonia.edu
          “The Impact of Globalization on US Domestic Interest Groups.” Graham K.
         Wilson, University of Wisconsin, gwilson@polisci.wisc.edu
         “The Politics of Interest Group Formation: The Mexican American Communities
         in Chicago and Houston.” Gustavo Cano, Columbia University,
         gc91@columbia.edu
         “Lobbying in the Metropolis.” Anthony James Nownes, University of
         Tennessee, anownes@utk.edu
Disc:    Gary J. McKissick, Yale University, gary.mckissick@yale.edu




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Panel 15-R                                                                 CLARK 5
STRATEGY AND EFFECTIVENESS IN INTEREST GROUP LOBBYING
Chair:   Scott Furlong, University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, furlongs@uwgb.edu
Papers: “The Dynamics of Regulatory Lobbying: A Study of Payphone Compensation.”
         John de Figueiredo, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, jdefig@mit.edu
         James J. Kim, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, jkim21@mit.edu
         “The Dynamics of Issue Networks and Interest-Group Influence in Welfare Policy
         Making.” Michael T. Heaney, University of Chicago, m-heaney@uchicago.edu
         “Fighting the Battle of Jericho: Clergy Support for Mainline Protestant
         Washington Lobbies.” Laura Olson, Clemson University, laurao@clemson.edu
         Paul A. Djupe, Denison University, djupe@denison.edu
         “Nowhere to Hide: The Social Movement-Political Party Dynamic and the Cases
         of Feminism and the Christian Right.” Rachel E. Goldberg, Georgetown
         University, goldberr@erols.com
Disc:    Scott Furlong, University of Wisconsin, Green Bay, furlongs@uwgb.edu
         Daniel J. B. Hofrenning, St. Olaf College, dhofrenn@stolaf.edu


Panel 17-R                                                               DEARBORN 2
THE POLITICS OF REPRESENTATION
Chair:   Jeffrey Bernstein, Eastern Michigan University, jbernstein@online.emich.edu
Papers: "The Mismeasure of Men (and women too): Representation and
         Subconstituencies." Benjamin Bishin; Harvard University,
         bbishin@latte.harvard.edu
         "Geographic Particularism and Distributive Benefits: An Empirical Test."
         Lawrence Becker, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, labecker@aol.com
         Vincent Moscardelli, University of Massachusetts, Amherst,
         vmoscardelli@polsci.umass.edu
         "Context and Activities: Local Coverage of Legislators." Brian F. Schaffner,
         Indiana University, Bloomington, bshaffne@indiana.edu
         "Explaining the Vote: Claiming Credit and Managing Blame for the 1999 Juvenile
         Justice Act." Elaine A. Willey, Ohio State University, willey.21@osu.edu
         "Congressional Voting Decisions on the China Trade Bill."
         Kazuhiro Maeshima, University of Maryland, kmaeshima@gvpt.umd.edu
Disc:    Jeffrey Bernstein, Eastern Michigan University, jbernstein@online.emich.edu
         Frances Lee, Case Western Reserve, fel@po.cwru.edu


Panel 18-M                                                                  LASALLE 3
COURTS AND PUBLIC OPINION
Chair:   Gregory Caldeira, The Ohio State University, caldeira.1@osu.edu
Papers: “Experience and Public Esteem for the Legal System” Scott Graves, SUNY
         Stony Brook, sgraves@ic.sunysb.edu
         “Fifteen Terms and Counting: Public Opinion and the Rehnquist Court” Tom
         Marshall, University of Texas at Arlington, tmarshall@uta.edu
         “The Historical and Political Origins of Recent Anti-Civil Rights Court Decisions.”
         Nina Moore, Colgate University, NMoore@mail.colgate.edu
         “Caught in the Middle: Are Moderate Supreme Court Justices More Constrained
         by Public Opinion and the Other Branches of Government than Are the
         Extremists?” Gregory Young, University of Colorado-Boulder,
         gyoung@colorado.edu
Disc:    Valerie Hoekstra, Washington University in St. Louis,
         Addresshoekstra@artsci.wustl.edu




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Panel 19-L                                                              LASALLE 4
REGULATORY POLICY IN THE STATES
Chair:   Robert Lowry, Iowa State University, rlowry@iastate.edu
Papers: “Regulatory Politics at the State Level: Economic Interests and Political
         Institutions in Interstate Banking Deregulation” Cheng-Lung Wang, SUNY-
         Stony Brook, chenwang@ic.sunysb.edu
         “Assessing the Role of the State Attorney General in State Regulation”
         Colin Provost, SUNY–Stony Brook, cprovost@ic.sunysb.edu
         “Impacts of Policy Tools on Political Power: OSHA Enforcement” Doo-Rae Kim,
         Michigan State University, drkim@msu.edu
Disc:    Robert Lowry, Iowa State University, rlowry@iastate.edu


Panel 19-O                                                                  SANDBURG 6
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY IN THE STATES
Chair:   Evan Ringquist, Florida State University, eringqui@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
Papers: “The Relationship Between Federalism and Air Quality in the Atlanta Region”
         George Meals, Georgia State University, gmeals@mindspring.com
         “Does Bureaucratic Red Tape Lead to Green Policy? The Implications of Agency
         Design for Environmental Regulation in the States”, Christopher Reenock,
         Pennsylvania State University, cxr202@psu.edu
         “Rethinking the Race to the Bottom in State Environmental Policy” Neal Woods,
         University of South Carolina, neal.woods@sc.edu
         “Regulatory Policy Making at the State Level: An Exploration of Environmental
         Regulation in Illinois” Craig Curtis, Bradley University, rcc@hilltop.bradley.edu
Disc:    Mark Lubell, Florida State University, mlubell@garnet.acns.fsu.edu
         Evan Ringquist, Florida State University, eringqui@garnet.acns.fsu.edu


Panel 21-L                                                                 MONTROSE 7
URBAN REVITALIZATION AND PUBLIC POLICY
(Co-sponsored with Urban & Local Politics 20-M)
Chair:   Peter Eisinger, Wayne State University, aa4291@wayne.edu
Papers: “The Role of Denial in Access to Targeted Policies: A Quasi-Experimental
         Analysis of Florida’s Enterprise Zones.” Jill Tao, University of Oklahoma,
         jtao@ou.edu
          “Urban Universities and Neighborhoods: Bridging the Gap.” Alvaro Cortes,
         Wayne State University, ac4587@wayne.edu.
         “Birds of a Feather: A Regime Analysis of Urban Renewal and Empowerment
         Zones.” B. Jeffrey Reno, Michigan State University, renobrad@msu.edu
Disc:    Peter Eisinger, Wayne State University, aa4291@wayne.edu
         Larry Bennett DePaul University lbennett@wwpost.depaul.edu


Panel 21-O                                                             PDR 9
PRINCIPAL AGENT THEORY AND BUREAUCRATIC POLICYMAKING
(Co-sponsored with Public Administration 22-P)
Chair:   Steven Balla, George Washington University, sballa@gwu.edu.
Papers: “The Republican Revolution and Congressional Control of the Bureaucracy.”
         Renee Johnson, University of Florida, rjohnson@polisci.ufl.edu David Hedge,
         University of Florida, dhedge@polisci.ufl.edu




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          “Who Appoints the Fire Marshall? Legislatures, Judiciaries, Interest Groups, and
          Monitoring Bureaucracies.” Christian Jensen, University of California at Los
          Angeles, cbjensen@ucla.edu
          “The Effects of Comparison on Student Outcomes: Principal Agent Theory and
          Incentive Design Applied to the Public Sector.” Jason Palmer, Ohio State
          University, palmer.175@osu.edu.
          “Holding Schools Accountable: The Effects of Top-Down Testing and
          Management Mandates on Ohio Schools.” Thomas Sutton, Baldwin-Wallace
          College, Thsutton@bw.edu Mike Aschenbach, Baldwin-Wallace College,
          Maschenba@bw.edu Molly Hall, Baldwin-Wallace College, Mhall@bw.edu
          Kyle McDermott, Baldwin-Wallace College, Kmcdermo@bw.edu
Disc:     Steven Balla, George Washington University, sballa@gwu.edu


Panel 22-J                                                                PARLOR F
BEYOND CONTROL: COMPETING VALUES IN BUREAUCRACY AND PUBLIC POLICY
(Co-sponsored with public policy 21-Y)
Chair:   Sanford Gordon, Ohio State University, gordon.256@osu.edu
Papers: “The Social Work Supervisor as Trust-Broker.” John Brehm, University of
         Chicago, jjbrehm@uchicago.edu
         “Taxing Justice: The Implications of Efficiency, Equity and the Protection of the
         Innocent on Auditing Strategy.” Greg Huber Yale University
         gregory.huber@yale.edu
         "The Civic Side of School Reform: Civic Education in Traditional Public, Private,
         and Charter Schools" David Campbell, Harvard University,
         dcampbel@latte.harvard.edu
         “General vs. Targeted Reform of the Federal Bureaucracy.” Scott Robinson,
         Rice University, srobin@rice.edu
Disc:    Sanford Gordon, Ohio State University, gordon.256@osu.edu


Panel 23-F                                                             BURNHAM 2
DEMOCRATIZATION AND POLITICAL CULTURE IN EASTERN EUROPE
Chair:   Jason Wittenberg, University of Wisconsin-Madison, witty@polisci.wisc.edu
Papers: “Have your Cake and Eat it too: Tensions between Democracy and Order among
         Russian Citizens.” Ellen Carnaghan, Saint Louis University, carnagep@slu.edu
         “Dam the dam!” “Social Movements and the Limits of Democratization.” Marek
         Payerhin, Alma College, payerhin@alma.edu
         “Measuring Post-Materialism in Post-Socialism or Testing Socialization
         Hypothesis.” John Kyvelidis, Cornell University, ik33@cornell.edu
Disc:    Jason Wittenberg, University of Wisconsin-Madison, witty@polisci.wisc.edu


Panel 26-E                                                             DEARBORN 3
PHILOSOPHY AND POLITICS IN PLATO’S THOUGHT
Chair:   John Stack Northern Illinois University z914153@oats.farm.niu.edu
Papers: “The Origins of Socratism: The Parmenides.” Gregory Bruce Smith, Trinity
         College, Gregory.Smith@mail.trincoll.edu
          “Phronesis (or Knowledge of the Measure of the Mean) in Plato’s Statesman.”
         Evanthia Speliotis, Bellarmine College, espeliotis@bellarmine.edu
Disc:    Elizabeth Schiltz, Concord College, eschiltz@concord.edu John Koritansky,
         Hiram College, koritanskyjc@hiram.edu




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                                    INDEX
Aarts, Kees, 145                        Anderson, Zachary, 124
Aaylesworth, Andrew, 106                Andersson, Angela Hinton, 156
Abbe, Owen, 89                          Andrade, Lydia, 98
Abbott, Phillip, 125                    Anglund, Sandy, 172
Abdel-Nour, Farid, 165                  Anindya, Saha, 121
Abel, Troy, 100                         Arceneaux, Kevin, 82
Aberbach, Joel D., 79                   Ardoin, Phillip J., 127, 137
Abernathy, Scott A., 81                 Arruda de Almeida, Monica, 104
Abootalebi, Ali R., 133                 Arwine, Alan, 105
Abosch, Yishaiya, 125                   Aschenbach, Mike, 177
Abouharb, M. Rodwan, 104                Asgeirsdottir, Aslaug, 56, 162, 170
Abramowitz, Alan I., 58                 Assal, Victor, 66, 102
Abramson, Paul, 86, 98                  Atabey, Ata, 160
Abshire, Jean, 103                      Atkeson, Lonna, 94
Achen, Christopher H., 136              Atkinson, Chad, 171
Adair, Bianca L., 85                    Atlas, Pierre, 169
Adeoye, Oladimeji, 172                  Auger, Vincent A., 94, 105
Adkins, Randall E., 78, 98              Austen-Smith, David, 157
Adler, E. Scott, 98, 117, 124           Austin, Rory, 61, 159
Adsera, Alicia, 104                     Avery, James, 69
Afacan, Hakan, 160                      Axelrod, Paul, 125, 156
Agress, Renee, 112, 142                 B•langer, Eric, 86
Aguilera, Gabriel, 56                   Baber, Walter F., 115
Ahn, Toh-Kyeong, 174                    Badong, Lui, 135
Ahnen, Ronald, 93                       Bae, Sangmin, 94
Ainsworth, Scott, 98, 127               Baer, Judith A., 99
Aistrup, Joseph, 163                    Baer, Michele M., 130
Albritton, Robert B., 170               Baer, Susan E., 62
Alderman Mary Ann Smith, 73             Bafumi, Joseph, 132
Aldrich, John, 58, 86                   Bahry, Donna, 57
Alexander, Ross C., 54                  Bailey, Michael, 90, 148
Alford, John R., 134                    Bain, Henry, 82
Alger, Dean, 135                        Baird, Vanessa, 61, 65
Aliotta, Jilda, 111                     Baker, Ralph, 72
Allan, James P., 170                    Balch-Lindsay, Dylan, 113
Allebaugh, Dalene, 95                   Baldassare, Mark, 168
Allen, Danielle, 78                     Baldez, Lisa, 164
Allen, Neal, 108                        Bali, Valentina, 100
Allen, Susan Hannah, 154                Balla, Steven, 79, 176, 177
Almeida, Richard A., 82                 Banducci, Susan, 172
Alt, James, 74, 85                      Barabas, Jason, 71, 82, 171
Alter, Alison B., 65, 117               Barbrey, John W., 128
Althaus, Scott, 145                     Barclay, Scott, 64
Altman, Micah, 61                       Bardes, Barbara, 111
Alvarez, Michael E., 66                 Bargen, Andrew, 109
Alvarez, Norma, 66                      Barker, David, 78, 105, 172
Alvarez, R. Michael, 114, 154           Barnes, Andrew, 84, 112
Ames, Barry, 104, 143                   Barnett, Irene J., 69
Amusa, Adebajo, 77                      Barnette, Patrick, 86
Anas, Malik, 142                        Barrett, Andrew W., 108
Andersen, Robert, 134                   Barrett, John Q., 90
Anderson, Christopher, 56, 67, 93       Barria, Lilian A., 56
Anderson, Kevin, 88                     Barrilleaux, Charles, 109
Anderson, William, 159                  Bartels, Brandon, 65




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                                    INDEX
Bartels, Larry M., 78, 136              Betz, Hans-Georg, 67
Barth, Jay, 156                         Bianco, William, 127, 157
Bartlett, Robert, 115                   Bickers, Kenneth, 100
Barton-Kriese, Paul, 88                 Bickford, Susan, 146, 173
Bartscherer, Thomas, 78                 Biglaiser, Glen, 112
Barzilai, David, 164, 165               Binder, Sarah, 137
Basinger, Nancy Winemiller, 59          Binning, William C., 91
Basinger, Scott, 117                    Bishin, Benjamin, 175
Bass, Hal, 172                          Blake, Donald, 103
Battista, Jim, 117                      Blauwkamp, Joan, 114, 126
Baugh, Joyce, 130                       Bluenstein, Christopher G., 114
Baughman, John, 98                      Blumberg, Melanie J., 106, 117
Baum, Lawrence, 128                     Blunt, Christopher, 96
Baumgartner, Frank, 61, 80              Boatright, Robert, 89, 99
Baumgartner, Jody, 123                  Bocanegra, Jose A., 62
Bauroth, Joshua, 103                    Boehmke, Frederick J., 100
Bauroth, Nicholas, 118                  Boerzel, Tanja A., 103
Baviska, Siddhartha, 104                Bohrer, Robert, 67, 143
Baybeck, Brady, 171                     Bohte, John, 81
Bayer Richard, Patricia, 57             Boix, Charles, 84, 104, 157
Bayer, Resat, 112                       Bokina, John, 60
Baylis, Thomas, 57, 123                 Boles, Janet, 77, 111
Bearry, Brian, 60, 64, 122              Bond, Jon R., 90
Beavers, Staci, 123                     Bonneau, Chris W., 167
Beck, Paul, 68, 111, 116                Booth, John, 57, 75
Beck, Robert, 162                       Borick, Christopher, 90, 118
Becker, Lawrence, 175                   Borowiak, Craig, 97
Beckman, Matthew, 83, 147               Borrelli, Mary Anne, 122
Bednar, Jenna, 136                      Bovitz, Gregory, 137
Beer, Caroline, 93                      Bowman, Ann O’M., 110
Behr, Joshua G., 145                    Bowman-Padula, Courtney, 144
Bellman, Mary J., 142                   Brace, Paul, 79, 99
Bendor, Jonathan, 62, 63, 70, 140       Bradley, David, 73
Benesh, Sara, 118                       Brady, David, 157
Bennett, Larry, 176                     Brady, Henry, 68, 96
Bennett, Scott, 53, 67                  Brandt, Cheryl, 64, 102
Bennett, Stephen, 105, 145              Branton, Regina P., 145
Bennion, Elizabeth, 151, 172            Brasfield, James, 54
Benoit, Kenneth, 93, 162                Bratcher, Christopher, 69
Berard, Stanley, 166                    Bratton, Kathleen, 108
Berber, Sakir, 160                      Brehm, John, 140, 177
Berens, Charlyne, 64                    Bremer, Stuart A., 66, 113
Berg, John C, 121                       Brewster, Rachel, 113
Berger, Mark, 148, 157                  Brians, Craig Leonard, 98
Bergmann, Ben, 151                      Brickman, Danette, 90
Berinsky, Adam, 69, 145, 172            Brierly, Allen, 81
Berkman, Michael, 110                   Brisbin, Richard, 138, 160
Bernhard, William, 85                   Brooks, D. Christopher, 85
Bernick, Ethan M., 138                  Brooks, Gena, 150
Bernier, Luc, 129                       Brooks, Stephen, 80, 83
Bernstein, Anya, 164                    Brown, Clyde, 118
Bernstein, Jeffrey, 166, 175            Brown, David, 57, 112, 143
Berry, Jeffrey M., 61                   Brown, Khalilah, 173
Berry, Matthew, 62                      Brown, Mitchell, 102
Bertelli, Anthony, 63, 121              Brown, Robert, 165




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                                     INDEX
Brox, Brian, 62                          Carter, Timothy, 105
Broz, Lawrence, 124                      Cates, Cynthia, 65
Brozek, Jason, 106                       Caufield, Rachel Paine, 166
Brubaker, Lauren, 59                     Centellas, Miguel, 132
Bruce, John, 165                         Cerda, Filemon S., 145
Bruhl, Robert H., 64                     Chaloupka, Frank, 130
Brune, Nancy, 65                         Chambers, Michael R., 144
Brunell, Laura, 69, 144                  Chambers, Samuel, 88
Bruter, Michael, 56                      Chambers, Stefanie, 59, 115
Buchanan, Scott E., 103                  Chang, Kelly, 65, 147
Buchman, Jeremy, 128                     Chang, Michele, 133
Buckley, Jack, 168                       Chanley, Sharon, 139
Budny, Jill M., 131                      Chanley, Virginia, 82, 145
Budzisz, Christopher, 72                 Chapman, Jeffrey, 92
Burchett, Justin, 157                    Chapman, Kenneth, 106
Burden, Barry, 114, 148                  Chard, Richard, 100, 139
Bureekul, Thawilwadee, 170               Charles, Guy-Uriel E., 145
Burke, Brendan, 55                       Charlick, Robert, 84
Burns, Nancy, 129                        Chaudhuri, Nandita, 156
Burns, Peter, 159                        Cheibub, Jose Antonio, 66
Burnside, Randolph, 65, 82               Chen, Paul, 72
Burrell, Barbara C., 125                 Chilton, Stephen, 116
Burroughs, Nathan, 134                   Chin, Michelle, 90
Bursik, Paul, 118                        Choi, Jin-Wook, 64
Butler, Christopher, 126, 144, 163       Chriqui, Jamie, 129
Butler, Kellie, 99                       Chritz, Peg, 142
Butler, R. Lawrence, 137                 Ciepley, David, 64
Butterfield, Tara L., 107                Citrin, Jack, 68
Caiazza, Amy, 125                        Claggett, William, 62, 134
Caldeira, Gregory, 101, 175              Claibourn, Michele, 68
Caliendo, Stephen M., 58, 115            Clark, Alexis, 164
Callander, Steven, 95                    Clark, David H., 113
Callaway, Rhonda, 93                     Clark, John A., 89
Calvert, Randall, 157                    Clark, Terry Nichols, 72, 159
Cameron, Charles, 61, 109, 147           Clark-Daniels, Carolyn L., 166
Cammarano, Joe, 160, 173                 Clarke, Kevin A., 89
Camoes, Pedro J., 129                    Clarke, Vicki Burge, 143
Campbell, Andrea, 157                    Clawson, Rosalee, 139, 169
Campbell, David, 168, 177                Clayton, Edward, 152
Campbell, Kristi, 59                     Clement, Keith, 128
Campenni, Michael, 142                   Clingermayer, James C., 129
Canedo, Jonathan, 93                     Clinton, Joshua David, 69, 136, 147
Canes-Wrone, Brandice, 146, 147          Clinton, Robert L., 72
Cano, Gustavo, 174                       Clough, Emily, 136
Canon, Brad, 137, 138                    Coe, Charles, 167
Canon, David, 61, 71                     Cohen, Jeffrey E., 127
Capelos, Theresa, 75, 95                 Colaresi, Michael, 57, 85
Carleton, Francis, 128                   Cole, N. Scott N., 143
Carman, Christopher, 78, 99, 172         Coleman, John J., 61, 71
Carnaghan, Ellen, 177                    Coles, Romand, 136
Carne, Margaret, 117                     Colvin, Devin, 154
Carpenter, Dan, 168                      Comparato, Scott A., 79
Carsey, Thomas, 103                      Conley, Richard S.,, 108
Carson, Jamie, 65, 98                    Connelly, Phoebe, 78
Carter, Susan, 172                       Connor, Robert E., 116




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Conradi, Loramy, 94                       Deering, Christopher J., 79, 98
Conte, Thomas, 88                         DeGregorioChristine, 71
Conway, M. Margaret, 107                  Deitz, Janna L., 134
Cook, Pamela, 107, 173                    DeLaat, Jackie, 111
Cook, Timothy, 87, 135                    Delli Carpini, Michael, 87
Cooper, Scott, 67                         DeLorenzo, Lisa, 96
Corbetta, Renato, 163                     DeLysa, Burnier, 100
Corder, Kevin, 150                        Den Hartog, Chris, 158
Cortes, Alvaro, 176                       Derekh, Cornwell, 85
Cortez, Elva Patricia, 76, 107            DeRouen, Karl, 171
Cosar, Simten, 133                        Desai, Raj M., 56
Cotter, John, 102                         DeSantis, Victor, 62
Covington, Cary R., 109, 127              DeSart, Jay A., 86
Cox, Gary W., 148                         Desposato, Scott, 64
Cox, James, 108                           Deufel, Benjamin Joseph, 145
Craiutu, Aurelian, 59                     Diamond, Matthew, 86
Cramer Walsh, Katherine, 163, 164         Diehl, Paul F., 67, 144
Cranor, John D., 149                      Diel-Hunt, Sarah J., 53
Craw, Michael, 122                        Diermeier, Daniel, 136, 174
Crawford, Sue E.S., 96                    Dietz, Henry, 75
Crespin, Michael H., 87                   Dietz, Nathan, 147
Crossley-Frolick, Katy A., 143            DiLeo, Daniel, 103
Crothers, Lane, 130                       Diskin, Abraham, 86
Crotty, Sean, 128, 150                    Djupe, Paul A., 154, 163, 175
Crowe, Nancy, 151                         Doan, Alesha E., 121, 139
Crowley, Jocelyn, 91                      Dobbs, Darrell, 107
Cukurcayir, M. Akif, 139                  Docherty, David, 71
Culhane, Paul, 150                        Dodd, Lynda G., 138
Cummins, Jeff, 98                         Doerschler, Peter, 85
Curran, Margaret Ann, 94, 155             Doherty, Leanne, 60
Currin, Mary G., 82                       Doherty, Steven, 115
Curtis, Craig, 176                        Dolan, Julie, 159
Cusick, Roger, 100                        Dominguez, Jaime, 76
Dahlerus, Claudia, 75                     Dominguez, Nicholas, 149
Daily, Dennis, 130                        Donovan, Todd, 172
Damiras, Vassilios, 53                    Dovi, Suzanne, 88, 107
Danford, John W., 59                      Dow, Jay K., 95
Daniels, R. Steven,, 166                  Dowdle, Andrew James, 78
Davenport, Christian, 66, 74              Dowley, Kathleen M., 93, 153, 169
David, J. Sky, 143                        Downes, Alexander, 163
Davidson-Schmich, Louise K., 64, 85       Dowse, Julie, 172
Davies, Ann, 97, 135                      Draznin, Anne, 99
Davis, Darren, 88, 154                    Drope, Jeffrey, 124
Dawson, Michael, 71, 88                   Druckman, James, 71, 75, 95
de Bruyn, Martin, 125                     Dube, Michael P., 83
de Figueiredo, John, 128, 175             Dubin, Fonna Forman, 77, 173
de Figueiredo, Jr, Rui J. P., 128         Duch, Raymond, 85, 93, 112
Deam, Dirk, 126                           Dudas, Andrew, 55
Deardorff, Michelle, 111                  Dudek, Carolyn, 170
Deason, Lucinda, 91                       Duerst-Lahti, Georgia, 130
DeBell, Matthew, 134                      Duggan, John, 60, 174
DeBoef, Suzanna, 86                       Dulio, David A., 117
Deckman, Melissa, 96                      Durant, Robert F., 166
Deegan, Heather, 162                      Durst, Samantha, 151
Deen, Rebecca, 169                        Eakins, Keith Rollin, 167




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                                        INDEX
Edelman, Paul, 109                          Finifter, Ada W., 101
Edwards III, George C., 127                 Finocchiaro, Charles, 64, 98
Eisinger, Peter, 176                        Fiorino, Daniel, 100
Elder, Charles, 158                         Fisher, Jennifer, 54
Elder, Laurel, 115, 156                     Fisher, Stephen, 134
Eldred, Neil A., 54                         Fishkin, James, 92
Elling, Richard, 158                        Fitzgerald, Mary, 95
Ellis, Elisabeth, 165                       Fleischacker, Samuel, 59
Elms, Laurel, 58, 106                       Fleisher, Richard, 127
Emmert, Craig, 167                          Fletcher, Amy L., 142
Endersby, James W., 122, 134                Flickinger, Richard S., 145
Engel, Steven T., 121                       Flowers, Julianne F., 87
Engelmann, Stephen, 146                     Flynn, Joseph, 150
England, Craig, 123                         Fogerty, Brian J., 71
Englehart, Neil, 170                        Ford, Victoria, 158
Engstrom, Eric, 137, 148                    Fording, Richard, 111, 159
Ensley, Michael J., 134                     Forgette, Richard, 127
Enterline, Andrew J., 113, 133              Formo, Dawn, 123
Epstein, David, 126, 165                    Fox, Justin, 121
Epstein, Lee, 109, 149                      Fox, Russell Arben, 146
Epstein, Leon, 121                          Foxworth, Britt, 166
Equsquiza, Cassandra, 130                   Foy, Joseph, 104
Ericson, David F., 125                      Francisco, Ronald A., 74, 93
Erik Wibbels, 112                           Franck, Matthew J., 72
Erikson, Robert S., 71, 105, 106, 114       Franklin, Charles H., 165
Erkulwater, Jennifer, 68                    Franklin, Mark, 134, 148
Eshbaugh-Soha, Matthew, 127                 Frantzich, Stephen, 59, 169
Espino, Rodolfo, 91                         Franz, Michael, 108, 130
Esterling, Kevin M., 147                    Fredland, Richard A., 57
Estevez, Federico, 84                       Fredrickson, George, 168
Etzioni, Amitai, 92                         Freedman, Eric, 172
Evans, C. Lawrence, 79                      Freedman, Paul, 69
Evans, Diana, 148                           Freeman, John, 133
Evans, Geoffrey, 134                        Fremstad, John, 116
Evans, Laura, 129                           Frensley, N. J., 83
Fackler, Tim, 83, 115                       Froese, Katrin, 107
Farhang, Sean, 128                          Frye, Timothy, 112
Farmer, Rick, 83                            Frymer, Paul, 71, 116
Farnsworth, Stephen J., 115                 Fuehrer, Natalie, 78
Farrar, Margaret E., 146                    Fugate, Greg, 151
Farrar-Myers, Victoria, 64, 169             Funk, Carolyn L., 124
Fastnow, Chris, 96, 114                     Furlong, Scott, 160, 175
Feddersen, Tim, 174                         Furniss, Norman, 151
Feeley, T. Jens, 79                         Gaalswyk, Kenneth, 155
Feiock, Richard C., 129                     Gabrielson, Teena, 173
Feldblum, Miriam, 84                        Gaddie, Ronald Keith, 149, 163
Feldman, Leonard, 146                       Gailmard, Sean, 70, 71, 79, 119
Feldmann, Sven E., 108, 126                 Gaines, Brian J., 148
Fennell, Kyle, 84                           Gainsborough, Juliet F., 80, 149
Ferguson, Michaele, 60, 115                 Galatas, Steven A., 82
Fernandez-Albertos, Jose, 58                Galligan, Yvonne, 61
Fiber, Pamela, 64                           Gamm, Gerald, 129
Filippov, Mikhail, 123                      Gangl, Amy, 130
Filner, Matthew, 146                        Garand, James, 69
Fine, Michael, 138                          Garcia, Alexandra, 143




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Gardiner, John, 129                       Gordon, Sanford, 159, 177
Garrett, Terence M., 167                  Goren, Lilly J., 70
Gary, Kathleen, 130                       Goren, Paul, 105
Gasiorowski, Mark, 66                     Gormley, Ken, 90
Gates, Scott, 66                          Gormley, William, 91, 159
Gaunder, Alisa, 74                        Goss, Kristin A., 164
Gavin, Amelia, 69                         Graber, Doris, 76, 135
Gay, Claudine, 61, 70, 154                Graber, Mark, 109
Geer, John, 69, 95                        Graddy, Kristy L., 69
Geller, Daniel S., 67                     Grady, Robert, 173, 174
George, Tracey, 118                       Grafstein, Robert, 157
Gerber, Alan, 95, 134, 147                Grammatico, Kathleen, 119
Gerber, Brian, 159                        Granato, James, 85, 121
Gerber, Elisabeth R., 61, 80              Grant, J. Tobin, 58, 114
Gerencser, Steven, 165                    Graves, Scott, 175
Gersen, Jacob, 79, 174                    Gray, Regina C., 128
Gershtenson, Joseph, 95                   Gray, Virginia, 137
Gerstman, Evan, 138                       Green, David, 144
Geva, Nehemia, 90, 145                    Green, Donald, 95, 147
Ghavamshahidi, Zohreh, 104, 142           Greene, Steven, 98, 156
Giacomo, Chiozza, 154                     Greer, Kirk, 135
Gibson, Alan, 59, 77                      Gregg II, Gary, 98
Gibson, James, 143, 154, 162              Greig, Michael J., 53
Gibson, Lynne M., 155                     Griffin, John D., 166
Gidengil, Elisabeth Lesley, 172           Griffith, Nathan D., 162
Gilbert, Christopher P., 54               Grimes, Lee H., 93
Gilens, Martin, 139                       Grogan, Susan E., 77
Gill, Emily, 70, 97                       Gronke, Paul, 87
Gill, Jeff, 119                           Grose, Christian, 89
Gillespie, William, 134                   Groseclose, Timothy, 61, 97, 134, 147
Gilmour, John B., 109                     Gross, Don, 172
Gimpel, James G., 95, 135, 147, 154       Grossback, Lawrence J., 68, 138
Giunia, Gatta, 96                         Gruberg, Martin, 108
Givens, Terri, 84, 112                    Grummel, John, 114
Gladstone-Sovel, Tracey, 151              Grynaviski, Jeffrey D., 165
Glazer, Ami, 70                           Gschwend, Thomas, 153, 171
Gleiber, Dennis, 155                      Gueguen, John A., 160
Glenn, Gary D., 140                       Guehlstorf, Nicholas, 135
Glenn, Paul F., 107                       Guidry, John, 116
Gochman, Charles S., 67                   Gunderson, Gregory C., 146
Goi, Simona, 136                          Gunning, Matthew L., 137
Goidel, Robert, 156                       Guth, James L., 89
Gokce, Gulise, 139                        Gwiasda, Gregory W., 58
Gokce, Orhan, 160                         Hackler, Darrene, 100
Goldberg, Rachel E., 175                  Haddad, Khristina, 173
Golder, Matt, 121                         Hafer, Catherine, 157
Goldfinger, Johnny, 97                    Hagen, Michael, 87, 155
Goldford, Dennis, 138                     Hagendoorn, Louk, 154
Goldstein, Ken, 61, 147                   Hagner, Paul, 169
Gomez, Brad T., 78, 127                   Haider-Markel, Donald, 62, 129
Goodhart, Lucy, 65                        Hajnal, Zoltan, 114
Goodliffe, Jay, 60, 121                   Hale, Henry, 112, 123
Goodman, Craig, 117                       Hall, Andrew M., 77
Gordon, Erika, 107                        Hall, Melinda Gann, 167
Gordon, Joshua, 64                        Hall, Molly, 177




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Hall, Richard, 61, 83, 147                  Heller, William B., 72, 75, 104
Hall, Robert W., 173                        Hellwig, Timothy, 56
Hall, Thad, 108, 127                        Hemmenway, Scott, 160
Halva-Neubauer, Glen A., 140                Hendrick, Rebecca, 149
Hamilton, Charles, 96                       Henig, Jeffrey R., 80, 91, 159
Hamm, Keith, 118                            Hennigar, Matthew, 65
Hamman, John A., 138                        Henry, A’Lelia, 135
Hammes, Michelle Kukoleca, 160              Hensel, Paul, 57, 67
Hammond, Thomas H., 70, 137, 165            Hensley, Thomas, 140
Hampton, Gloria, 164                        Hernandez-Valdez, Alfonso, 66
Han, Byung-Jin, 83                          Hero, Rodney, 100, 111, 115
Han, Dongping, 57                           Herrick, Rebekah, 172
Handelman, Howard, 57                       Herrnson, Paul S., 77, 89
Handlin, Larry, 166                         Herron, Erik S., 76
Hanmer, Michael J., 89                      Herron, Michael, 66, 147
Hansen, John Mark, 114                      Hershey, Marjorie, 135
Hansen, Susan B., 90                        Hesli, Vicki, 123, 153
Hansen, Wendy, 124                          Hetherington, Marc J., 145
Hanson, Stephen E., 112                     Hettinger, Virginia, 138, 149
Hardy, Richard J., 134                      Hey, Thomas, 122
Harmon, Jeff, 105                           Hibbing, John R., 124, 134
Harrelson-Stephens, Julie, 64, 122          Highton, Ben, 155
Harriger, Katy J., 90                       Hill, Carolyn, 129
Harris, Michael, 80                         Hill, Kim Quaile, 148
Harris-Lacewell, Melissa V., 110, 164       Hill, Stuart L., 125
Harsell, Dana, 123                          Hill, Timothy G., 163
Hart, David M., 136                         Hiller, Darby L., 85
Hartger, Stuart, 103                        Hillygus, Sunshine, 125
Hartlaub, Stephen, 123                      Hinchliffe, Joseph, 91
Hartlyn, Jonathan, 74                       Hirano, Shigeo, 132
Harvey, Dean, 94                            Hirschberg, Margaret, 125
Harward, Brian, 134                         Hiscox, Michael, 144
Harwood, Paul G., 66, 75                    Hixon, William, 158
Hasecke, Edward, 94                         Hochschild, Jennifer, 92, 159
Hastedt, Glenn, 123                         Hodge, Jennifer, 150
Hauptmann, Emily, 97                        Hoekstra, Valerie, 99, 175
Hausegger, Lori, 149                        Hoene, Christopher, 128, 168
Hawes, Michael Brewster, 53, 124            Hoff, Samuel B., 108
Hayashi, Natsuko, 154                       Hoffman, Aaron M., 170
Hayden, Jacqueline, 93                      Hoffman, Charles M., 173
Hayler, Barbara, 111, 167                   Hoffman, Karen, 98
Haynes, Audrey A., 87                       Hoffman, Tom, 173
Haynie, Kerry L., 145, 146                  Hofrenning, Daniel J. B., 175
Haynie, Stacia, 149                         Hofstetter, C. Richard, 82
Hays, Carol, 129                            Hogan, Robert E., 106
Hays, Jude, 58                              Hogberg, David, 167
Hays, Scott, 129                            Hojnacki, Marie, 61
Hayward, Clarissa Rile, 116, 146            Holbrook, Andrew, 163
Heaney, Michael T., 175                     Holbrook, Thomas, 96
Heath, Anthony, 134                         Holian, David B., 69
Heberlig, Eric S., 166                      Holliman, Daniel, 107
Hedge, David, 176                           Holloway, Carson, 140
Hegre, Havard, 75, 124                      Holmes, Justin, 82
Heitshusen, Valerie, 72                     Holmes, Lisa, 166
Heldman, Caroline, 125                      Holyoke, Thomas, 80




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Holzhauer, Debra, 112                    Jang, Jiho, 123
Honig, Bonnie, 136                       Jankowski, Richard, 116, 122, 174
Hood III, M.V., 167                      Jankowski, Thomas B., 68
Hora, Jennifer, 122                      Jasperson, Amy, 58
Horner, Debra, 164                       Jelen, Ted G., 86
Horried, Rhonda, 123                     Jendrysik, Mark S., 151
Hosli, Madeleine, 57, 58, 103            Jenkins, Jeffrey A., 117, 127
Hough, Jerry F., 116                     Jenkins, Krista, 68, 105
Houston, David, 168                      Jenkins, Shannon, 110
Howard, Margaret, 87                     Jensen, Christian, 56, 177
Howard, Paul I., 131                     Jerit, Jennifer, 69, 155
Howard, Robert, 79                       Jerns, Robert, 111
Howell, William, 119, 147                Jervis, Robert, 119
Hower, Sara, 124, 133                    Jesuit, David, 73
Hoyman, Michele, 150                     Ji, Chang-Ho C., 91
Huang, Yanzhong, 57, 170                 Jo, Dong-Joon, 53
Huber, Greg, 177                         Johnson, Bertram, 87, 129
Huckfeldt, Robert, 87                    Johnson, Charles A., 90
Hug, Simon, 126                          Johnson, Craig L., 92
Hula, Richard, 80                        Johnson, Eric Anthony, 110
Hulme, Derick, 122                       Johnson, Gary A., 168
Hult, Karen, 119, 166                    Johnson, Gregg Bagel, 132
Hume, Robert J., 137                     Johnson, Jeffrey Alan, 89
Humes, Brian D., 117, 137                Johnson, Martin, 86
Hunt, Valerie, 84                        Johnson, Nicole, 151
Hunter, Susan, 160                       Johnson, Patricia, 129
Hunter, Wendy Ann, 57                    Johnson, Renee, 91, 176
Hurley, Patricia, 68                     Johnson, Susan, 135
Hurwitz, Mark, 118, 138                  Johnson, Timothy R., 128
Hussain, Rashida, 170                    Johnston, Richard, 155
Hutchings, Vincent, 58                   Jones, Bradford S., 145
Ihrke, Douglas, 64                       Jones, Bryan, 80, 114
Ikari, Yasuo, 139                        Jones, Mark, 57, 76, 93, 132
In, Jo Jong, 133                         Jones, Steven, 160
Inclan, Maria, 133                       Jones-Correa, Michael, 62
Indridason, Indridi H., 83, 143          Jones-DeWeever, Avis A., 59
Ingalls, Thomas, 142                     Jordan, Will, 88
Inglehart, Ronald, 132                   Jordan-Zachery, Julia, 173
Ishiyama, John, 93, 123, 144             Jorgenson, Nick, 64
Isoke, Zenzele, 59                       Jorstad, Connie, 119
Ivers, Gregg, 138                        Jos, Philip, 139
Jackman, Simon, 136                      Josefson, Jim, 125
Jackson, David J., 121                   Josephson, Jyl, 69
Jackson, Melinda, 95                     Josephson, Peter, 70
Jacobs, Larry, 122                       Judd, Dennis, 73, 159
Jacobs, Lawrence R., 95                  Junn, Jane, 124, 160
Jacobson, Gary C., 148, 155              Kada, Naoko, 132
Jacoby, William, 87, 101, 139, 171       Kage, Rieko, 74
Jae, Hwang Won, 133                      Kaltenthaler, Karl, 58, 74
Jagemann, Jason, 61, 122                 Kam, Christopher J., 142
Jamal, Amaney, 100, 133                  Kanthak, Kristin, 118
James, Michael Rabinder, 97              Kaplan, Cynthia, 96
James, Scott C., 116, 117                Kaplan, Morris, 136
Jamieson, Kathleen Hall, 155             Kaplan, Noah, 64, 95, 126
Janda, Kenneth, 157                      Kapust, Dan, 135




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                               INDEX
Karch, Andrew, 80                  Kobylka, Joseph F., 138
Karklins, Rasma, 74, 75            Koch, Jeffrey W., 95, 113
Karpowitz, Christopher, 69         Koch, Michael T., 171
Katula, Michael C., 94             Kocher, Matthew, 156
Katz, Jonathan N., 148             Kocher, Michael, 94
Katznelson, Ira, 127               Koesel, Karrie, 104
Kaufman, Robert, 74, 143           Koford, Kenneth J., 117
Kedar, Orit, 60, 145               Koger, Gregory, 109
Keech, William, 168                Kokten, Muge, 170
Keele, Luke, 134, 155              Kolodny, Robin, 117, 172
Keiser, Lael R., 130               Kono, Daniel, 67
Keith, Sara E., 86, 150            Kook, Becky, 103
Kelleher, Christine, 100           Koppell, Jonathan GS, 82
Keller, Edmond, 156                Koremenos, Barbara, 113, 144
Kelley, Christopher S., 122        Koritansky, John, 177
Kellough, Edward, 151              Kostadinova, Tatiana, 153
Kellstedt, Paul, 114               Kovacevic, Filip, 103
Kelly, Jana Morgan, 75             Kraft, Michael, 100
Kelly, Nathan, 110, 114            Krain, Matthew, 75
Kelts, Steven, 96                  Kramer, Claire, 74
Kendrigan, Mary Lou, 146           Krassas, Nicole R., 126
Kennedy, Ryan, 143                 Krause, George A., 110, 114
Kenny, Christopher, 154            Krebs, Ronald R., 162
Kerbel, Matthew R., 135            Krebs, Timothy B., 80, 159
Kernell, Samuel, 148, 155          Krehbie, Keith, 61
Kersh, Rogan, 125, 137             Kriz, Kenneth A., 92
Kettl, Donald, 150                 Krohen, Lauren, 67
Kim, Doo-Rae, 176                  Kromkowski, Charles A., 68
Kim, Haklin, 105                   Kropf, Martha E., 82
Kim, James J., 175                 Krosnick, Jon A., 114
Kim, Ji Yun, 170                   Krueger, Brian, 106
Kim, Junseok, 54                   Krueger, Robert J., 53
Kim, Myunghee, 143                 Krutz, Glen S., 108, 143
Kim, Young-Choul, 66, 104          Kubik, William, 137
Kimball, David, 82, 148            Kuebler, Daniel, 139
Kimber, Mary-Lee Eileen, 156       Kuerstyn, Ashlyn K., 61
King, Chad, 148                    Kuklinski, James H., 155
King, Gary, 97                     Kurki, Anja, 110
King, James D., 106                Kursman, Nancy, 79
Kinney, Rhonda S., 80              Kurtz, Marcus, 84
Kirchner, David, 62, 80            Kurtz, Marcus J., 56
Kirk, Celeste Montoya, 99          Kurtz, Rick, 109
Kisriev, Enver, 153                Kwon, Hyeok Yong, 143
Kisrieva, Zulfia, 153              Kwon, Uisoon, 82
Klaus, Tobias, 174                 Kyvelidis, John, 177
Kleinerman, Benjamin A., 65        l, 76
Klesner, Joseph, 66, 84            Lachat, Roman, 153
Klingemann, Hans-Dieter, 132       Lacy, Dean, 147
Klinkner, Kenneth, 144             Ladewig, Jeffrey, 85
Klobucar, Thomas, 144              Lahav, Gallya, 56, 132
Klotz, Marilyn, 129                Lai, Brian, 163
Knerr, Charles, 140                Lake, Daniel R., 124
Knigge, Pia, 103, 154              Lambert, Priscilla, 102
Knight, Kathleen, 105              Landa, Dimitri, 157
Knott, Jack, 119                   Lane, Joseph H., 70




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                                INDEX
Lang, Joseph B., 72                 Lies, William M., 82
Langbein, Laura, 119                Light, Steven, 151
Lange, Peter, 74                    Lin, Ann, 150
Langer, Laura, 99                   Lin, Tse-min, 65
Lapinski, John, 69, 127             Lindenberg, Karen, 151
Larocca, Roger, 76                  Lindley, Dan, 94, 105
Lasley, Scott, 83                   Lindquist, Stefanie, 118
Laslovich, Mike, 172                Lindstrom, Bonnie, 149
Lassen, David, 74                   Lineberry, Robert, 129
Lau, Richard R., 105, 155           Ling, Cristina, 139
Laverty, Lisa, 164                  Linn, Ann, 173
Lavine, Howard, 75, 171             Linstrom, Bonnie, 72
Lawrence, Eric D., 90, 98           Lipinski, Daniel, 137
Lawson, Chappell, 84                Lipscomb, Michael, 116
Lawton, L. Dale, 69                 Lipsmeyer, Christine S., 112
Lax, Jeffrey R., 148                Lipson, Daniel, 59
Lay, J. Celeste, 77, 135            Lisoni, Carlos Mariano, 139
Layman, Geoffrey C., 127, 163       Liu, Jenjie, 56
Lazarus, Ellen, 148                 Locke, Jill, 152, 165
Leal, David L., 62                  Lodge, Milton, 87, 95
LeBlanc, John Randoph, 60           Lohmann, Susanne, 165
Leblang, David, 85                  Lollar, Xia Li, 135
Lebo, Matthew, 153                  Lombardo, Salvatore, 64
Lederman, Susan, 172                Londregan, John, 126, 136
Lee, Frances, 175                   Longley, Lawrence, 89, 121
Lee, Junhan, 143                    Loomis, Burdett, 79, 136, 137
Lee, Nani, 130                      Lopeman, Charles S., 167
Lee, Sangmook, 123                  Lopez-Santana, Mariely, 56, 142
Lee, Taeku, 107, 154                Lorenz, Edward, 122
Leech, Beth, 147, 174               Loss, Daniel, 87
Leeds, Brett Ashley, 85, 124        LoTempio, Andrew, 116
Legge, Jerome, 80                   Lovell, Vicky, 125
Leighley, Jan, 101, 106             Lowery, David, 100, 137, 150
Lein, Pei-te, 107                   Lowrance, Sherry, 66, 133
Lektzian, David, 113, 144           Lowry, Robert, 165, 176
Leland, Suzanne, 168                Lubell, Mark, 63, 176
Lembke, Johan, 94                   Lublin, David, 149, 150
Lentz, Corliss, 168                 Ludwig, Jens, 110
Leoni, Eduardo, 64                  Luehrmann, Laura M., 84, 170
Leventoglu, Bahar, 126, 142         Luks, Samantha, 106
Levin, David, 68, 83                Lupia, Arthur, 106, 144
Levine, Renan, 86                   Luskin, Robert C., 125, 145
Levitt, Melissa, 91                 Lust-Okar, Ellen, 133
Levontoglu, Bahar, 136              Lutmar, Carmela, 85
Levy, Dena, 96                      Luttbug, Norman R., 90, 118
Levy, Gilat, 126                    Lynn, Lawrence, 63, 140
Levy, Jacob, 97                     MacGilvray, Eric, 97
Lewis, David, 147                   MacKuen, Michael, 68, 138, 155
Lewis, Jeffrey B., 60               MacManus, Susan A., 92
Lewis, LaVonna Blair, 130           Maddox, H.W. Jerome, 58, 118
Lewis, Paul, 100                    Maeda, Yukio, 154
Lewkowicz, Michael A., 114          Maeshima, Kazuhiro, 175
Li, Quan, 86, 112, 133, 148         Maestas, Cherie, 114, 148
Licari, Michael J., 54, 129         Magar, Eric, 109
Liebell, Susan, 97, 116             Magleby, David, 172




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Mahler, Vincent, 73                    McCarty, Nolan, 147
Maisel, L. Sandy, 148                  McClain, Paula D., 107, 154
Major, Rafe, 70                        McClerking, Harwood K., 102
Majstorovic, Steven, 143, 153          McClurg, Scott, 163, 171
Malesky, Edmund, 154                   McConnaughy, Corrine, 129
Maletz, Donald J., 60, 77              McCormick, James, 151
Malone, Mary Frances, 82, 104          McCoy, Elaine, 56
Maltese, John A., 158                  McCoy, Matthew, 54, 103, 116
Maltzman, Forrest, 148, 157, 158       McCready, Amy, 135
Mandell, David Paul, 97                McDermott, Kyle, 177
Mann, Thomas E., 71                    McDonagh, Eileen L., 60
Manna, Paul F., 103                    McDonald, Michael, 61, 116, 150
Manning, Kenneth L., 128, 158          McDonald, Patrick J., 170
Mansfield, Edward, 67, 124             McDougal, Stephen, 140
Manuel, Anne, 88                       McDowell, James L., 149
Marckini, Lisa, 158                    McElroy, Gail, 143
Marcus, George E., 155                 McElroy, Joe, 72
Margolis, Michael, 98                  McFarland, Andrew, 139
Marien, Daniel, 157                    McFarlane, Deborah R., 130
Mariotti, Shannon, 135                 McGhee, Eric, 83, 117
Markell, Patchen, 78, 146              McGraw, Kathleen M., 94
Markus, Gregory B., 125                McGuinn, Patrick, 59, 151
Markwood, Chris, 140                   McGuire, Kevin, 99, 138
Marquez, Xavier, 173                   McGuire, Mary P., 88, 125
Marrietta, Morgan, 105                 McIntosh, Wayne V., 65
Marschall, Melissa, 91, 138, 150       McIver, John P., 109
Marshall, Bryan W., 127, 157           McKee, Erik Shane, 146
Marshall, Jonathan, 74                 McKee, Robert J., 171
Marshall, Monty, 66                    McKenzie, Brian, 61
Marshall, Tom, 175                     McKenzie, Evan, 149
Martin, Andrew D., 117, 148            McKissick, Gary J., 147, 174
Martin, Elaine, 99                     McLauchlan, William, 128
Martin, Lanny, 83                      McLean, William, 91
Martin, Paul S., 89                    McLendon, Michael, 80, 173
Martinek, Wendy, 138                   McLeod, Aman, 70
Martinez-Gallardo, Cecilia, 66         McMillen, Stacy, 106
Martorano, Nancy, 137                  McSpadden, Lettie, 79, 128
Masket, Seth E., 138                   Meals, George, 176
Mastracci, Sharon H., 125              Mealy, Kimberly, 54
Mastrofski, Stephen, 159               Mebane, Jr, Walter R., 90
Mathews, A. Lanethea, 164              Meffert, Michael F., 59
Mattei, Franco, 96                     Meier, Kenneth, 57, 81, 91, 150
Mattie, Sean, 152                      Meilleur, Maurice, 97
Maule, Linda, 156                      Meinke, Scott R., 99
Mawhinney, Michelle, 165               Meir, Kenneth J., 140
Mayer, Kenneth R., 109                 Meirowitz, Adam, 60, 70, 121
Mazie, Steven, 70                      Mejia-Acosta, Andres, 105
McAdams, John, 72, 117                 Melone, Albert, 61, 62
McArthur, Denese, 105                  Mendelberg, Tali, 155
McAuliffe, Thomas, 123                 Mendes, Silvia, 150
McAvoy, Gregory, 90                    Menifield, Charles, 167
McCabe, Barbara, 92, 129               Merelman, Richard M., 92, 130
McCall, Madhavi, 167                   Merolla, Jennifer, 58, 82
McCall, Michael, 102, 150              Merrill, Thomas, 156
McCann, James, 84                      Mershon, Carol, 72




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                                  INDEX
Mete, Mihriye, 100                    Moser, Ann Wiley, 64
Metelko, Alan, 163                    Mosher, Robert G., 76
Mettler, Suzanne, 80, 169             Moskop, Wynne Walker, 116
Meyer, Fred, 72, 159                  Mosley, Layna, 58
Meyer, William, 88, 97                Mouw, Calvin, 167
Mezey, Susan, 99                      Mudaliar, Chandra, 142
Michelson, Melissa R., 115, 164       Mueller, Paul D., 60, 89
Mie Kim, Young, 145                   Muhlberger, Peter, 83, 114, 124
Mihic, Sophia, 88                     Mukherjee, Bumba, 84
Miller, Arthur, 144                   Munck, Gerardo, 74
Miller, Gary J., 63, 119              Munroe, Derwin, 140
Miller, Geralyn M., 62                Muraca, Stephanie T., 163
Miller, Joanne, 114, 172              Murphy, Andrew, 70, 173
Miller, Mark, 149, 166                Murphy, Blair L., 110
Miller, Melissa K., 171               Murray, Kelly, 86
Miller, Penny, 172                    Murray, Vicki, 70
Millies, Steven P., 70, 133           Musila, Benson, 56
Mills, Qunicy T., 110                 Mutz, Diana C., 154
Milstein, Andrew E., 126              Myagkov, Mikhail, 123
Milton, Stephanie R., 122             Myers, David, 75
Milward, Brint, 150                   Myers, Ella, 164
Milyo, Jeffrey, 97, 134               Myerson, Roger, 174
Minnich, Daniel, 56                   Nadenichek-Golder, Sona, 121, 143
Miranda, Rowan, 73                    Naff, Katherine, 151
Mitchell II, Glenn, 86                Nagler, Jonathan, 86, 106
Mitchell II, Glenn E., 170            Navarro, Sharon Ann, 173
Mitchell, Neil, 93, 153               Navia, Patricio, 121
Mitin, Dmitri, 57                     Negretto, Gabriel L., 132
Mixon, Connie, 151                    Neiman, Max, 100
Mockabee, Stephen T., 137             Nelson, Anna Lorien, 126
Moe, Terry, 159                       Nelson, John S., 126
Moen, Jaclynn, 54, 154                Nelson, Jr, William E., 59
Moffitt, Susan, 54                    Nelson, Stephanie, 107
Mohan, Paula, 77                      Nelson, Thomas E., 58
Molloy, Michael, 118                  Nemacheck, Christine, 158
Mondak, Jeffrey J., 154               NeSmith, Bruce, 140
Monoson, Sarah, 78                    Neuman, W. Russell, 155
Monroe, Alan D., 68, 165              New, Michael, 128
Monroe, Kristen Renwick, 135          Newman, Brian, 113
Monson, Quin, 89                      Newman, Christopher D., 54
Moon, Don, 162                        Newman, Timothy D., 140
Moon, Woojin, 60, 170                 Nic Giolla Choille, Una, 61
Mooney, Christopher, 130              Nichols, Mary P., 131
Moore, David K., 88                   Nicholson, Jill D., 57
Moore, Michael, 169                   Nielsen, Laura, 150
Moore, Nina, 87, 175                  Nielson, Daniel, 123
Morehouse, Jeanette, 87               Nisbet, Matt, 164
Morehouse, Sarah, 100                 Nishikawa, Misa, 76
Morelli, Massimo, 174                 Nitzschke, Tasina, 158
Morissens, Ann, 73                    Noel, Hans, 165
Morrell, Michael E., 96, 115          Nokken, Timothy, 89, 95, 117, 148
Morris, Jonathan, 83                  Nomi, Tomoaki, 157
Morrisroe, Darby, 61, 103, 151        Nooruddin, Irfan, 133
Moruzzi, Norma, 88                    Nordlund, Caroline, 135
Moscardelli, Vincent, 109, 175        Nordstrom, Timothy, 113




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Nownes, Anthony James, 122, 174       Paul, David M., 118
Numata, Chieko, 100                   Payerhin, Marek, 122, 177
Nunnally, Shayla C., 110              Payne, Mark, 104
Nyikos, Stacy A., 149                 Peabody, Bruce, 166
O’Bannon, Brett, 162                  Peake, Jeffrey, 108
O’Brien, Sean, 113                    Pearlman, Justin, 153
Oatley, Thomas, 67                    Pearson, Fred S., 171
O'Hara, Erin, 109                     Pearson, Kathryn, 117
Old, James Paul, 163                  Peel, Johnny, 116
Oldmixon, Elizabeth, 87               Peffley, Mark, 58, 69
Oleszek, Mark, 79                     Penning, James M., 158
Oliver, Eric, 164                     Perales, Jose Raul, 113
Ollivant, Douglas A., 140             Percival, Garrick L., 82
Olson, Laura, 96, 175                 Perez, Orlando J., 104, 162
Omtzigt, Pieter, 170                  Perez-Linan, Anibal, 83
Ondetti, Gabriel, 142                 Peritore, N. Patrick, 152
Oppenheimer, Bruce, 71, 89, 90        Perkins, William, 65, 122
Ordeshook, Peter, 123                 Petersen, Eric R., 108, 127
Orey, D’Andra, 149                    Peterson, Clarissa, 169
Ortiz, Anna Maria, 76                 Peterson, David A.M., 94, 138
Osborn, Tracy, 77                     Peterson, Geoff, 167
Osequera, María Inclán, 66            Peterson, Mark, 95
Ostella, Christopher, 166, 171        Petrocik, John R., 96
Ostermeier, Eric, 95, 122             Petrone, Deborah Lux, 58
Owens, Chris, 123                     Pettis, Gregory A., 68
Owens, Deborah, 83                    Pevehouse, Jon C., 75, 154
Oxley, Zoe, 156, 169                  Pfeffer, Jacqueline, 135
Pacek, Alexander, 67                  Philpot, Tasha S., 88
Pacelle, Jr, Richard L., 149          Pickering, Paula M., 96
Pagano, Michael A., 92                Pigg, Jason, 98
Page, Benjamin, 110                   Pinderhughes, Dianne, 59
Page, Scott, 136, 174                 Pinello, Daniel R., 79
Pahre, Robert, 165                    Pinney, Neil, 95
Palmer, Barbara, 149                  Pion-Berlin, David, 162
Palmer, Glenn, 67                     Pirro, Robert, 156
Palmer, Harvey D., 112                Plane, Dennis, 171
Palmer, Jason, 177                    Plavcan, Paul Eric, 70
Pandich, Scott C., 103                Poggione, Sara, 87
Pant, Harsh Vardhan, 124              Poire, Alejandro, 84
Pantoja, Adrian D., 88, 105           Polachek, Solomon W., 75
Paolino, Philip, 95, 147              Polinard, Jerry L., 81
Parikh, Sunita, 128                   Pollins, Brian, 67, 112, 113
Park, David K., 121, 155              Poole, Keith T., 136
Park, Myoung-Ho, 83                   Popovic, Micahel, 102
Park, Won-ho, 170                     Poppano, Laura, 60
Parker, Chris, 76                     Posega, Edward L., 140
Parks, Roger, 159                     Poteete, Amy R., 153
Parrish, Richard, 151                 Potoski, Matthew, 114, 159
Partin, Randal, 62                    Potts, Geoffrey, 174
Paskeviciute, Aida, 93                Pouncy, Hillard, 110
Patashnik, Eric, 130, 139             Powell, Richard, 127
Patten, Joe, 54                       Powers, Denise, 169
Patterson, Dennis, 132                Powers, Kathy, 67, 152, 156
Patterson, Kelly D., 89               Price, Kevin, 116
Patty, John, 60, 174                  Price, Melyanie, 115




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Primo, David, 117, 134               Richards, David, 105
Prince, David W., 118                Richardson Jr., Glenn W.,, 76
Prior, Markus, 76                    Richardson, Jr., Lilliard, 168
Provine, Marie, 135                  Richman, Jesse, 168
Provost, Colin, 176                  Riemann, Maricele Cornejo, 127
Puro, Steven, 128                    Riggs, William, 174
Pushkina, Darya, 94                  Ringquist, Evan, 55, 176
Putnam, Robert D., 92                Risley, Amy, 57
Putz, David W., 89                   Roberds, Stephen C., 76, 155
Quackenbush, AJ, 82                  Roberts, Brian, 65
Quackenbush, Stephen L., 133         Roberts, Jason, 146, 166
Quaile Hill, Kim, 68, 101            Roberts, Patrick S., 86
Quinn, Kevin, 118, 148               Roberts, William C., 131
Quirk, Paul, 155, 168                Robertson, Graeme, 144
Raber II, Donald R., 166             Robinson, Lynn, 114
Radcliff, Benjamin, 132              Robinson, Scott, 135, 177
Rademacher, Lee, 103                 Roch, Christine, 79
Rademacker, J. Scott, 168            Rodden, Jonathan, 74
Rader, Eric W., 158                  Rogers, James R., 99
Rahn, Wendy, 130                     Rogers, Michael T., 60
Ramakrishnan, S. Karthick, 171       Rogers, Reuel, 107, 115
Ramsay, Craig, 168                   Rohde, David, 98
Rankin, David, 115, 151              Rohrschneider, Robert, 96, 132
Ray, James Lee, 67                   Rojas, Fabio, 80
Razaghian, Rose, 127                 Rolfe, Meredith, 68
Razin, Ronny, 126                    Rom, Mark, 129
Read, James, 60, 77                  Romero, David W., 158
Rector, Chad, 144                    Romero, Francine Sanders, 158
Reddick, Chris, 139                  Ron, Amit, 115
Reddick, Malia, 118                  Roper, Steven D., 143
Redlawsk, David, 87, 106             Rosato, Sebastian, 133
Reed, Douglas, 119, 138              Roscoe, Douglas D., 98, 109
Reed, William, 124                   Rosenberg, Gerald, 99
Reeher, Grant, 140                   Rosenblum, Marc, 84
Reenock, Christopher, 176            Rosendorf, Peterf, 126
Reese, Laura, 151                    Rothenberg, Lawrence, 127
Reingold, David A., 92               Rothman, Maarten, 164
Reinhard, Michael, 56, 80            Roy, Tania, 60
Reinhardt, Eric, 67                  Rozzi, Alan, 109
Renka, Russell D., 148               Rubin, Irene, 167
Renner, Tari, 62                     Rudder, Catherine, 169
Renno, Lucio, 169                    Rudolph, Thomas J., 58
Rennstich, Joachim, 85, 102          Ruger, William, 146
Rennstich,Joachim Karl, 85           Ruhil, Anirudh V.S., 62, 129
Reno, B. Jeffrey, 176                Rundquist, Barry, 151, 172
Resnick, David, 98                   Rupert, Matthew, 53, 113
Reuveny, Rachel, 112                 Rutherford, Thomas Jefferson, 153
Reveron, Derek S., 112               Ryan, John Frances, 173
Rexroat, Jennifer L., 107            Ryden, David, 140
Rhine, Staci L., 145                 Ryu, Jaesung, 76
Rhodebeck, Laurie, 124               Sacako, David H., 163
Rice, Christopher S., 54             Sachleben, Mark, 162
Rice, Laurie L., 155                 Sadiq, Kamal, 156
Rice, Tom W., 151                    Sahliyeh, Emile, 93
Rich, Wilbur, 135                    Saiegh, Sebastian, 121




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Sala, Brian R., 89, 127                Seligsohn, Andrew, 165
Samuels, David, 71                     Seligson, Mitchell, 104
Sanbonmatsu, Kira, 173                 Sellers, Patrick, 68
Sanders, Lynn, 164                     Shaffer, Steve, 167
Sanders, Mitchell, 127                 Shaffer, William, 72
Sandovici, Maria Elena, 83, 93         Shafqat, Sahar, 93, 143
Sapiro, Virginia, 68                   Shamir, Michal, 169
Sarbaugh-Thompson, Marjorie, 158       Shankman, Kimberly, 152
Saunders, Kyle L., 58, 86              Shanks, Torrey, 156
Savage, Sean, 126                      Shapiro, Robert Y., 122, 132
Savun, Burcu, 163                      Sharlach, Lisa, 152
Sawyer, Mark, 116                      Sharma, Nidhi, 139
Saxonhouse, Arlene, 107, 173           Sharp, Elaine, 62, 80
Schaefer, Donald D.A., 93              Sharpe, Christine LeVeaux, 70
Schaff, Jon D., 88, 108                Shaw, Daron R., 106, 155
Schaffner, Brian, 118, 175             Shaw, Greg M., 79
Schamis, Hector, 133                   Shaw, Todd, 110
Scheberle Denise, 150                  Shea, Daniel M, 98
Scheiner, Ethan, 76, 132               Sheehan, Reggie, 118
Scherer, Nancy, 158                    Shella, Kimberly, 59, 102
Scheufele, Dietram, 164                Shepherd, Adrian J., 89
Schickler, Eric, 68, 117               Shickler, Eric, 68
Schier, Steven E., 78                  Shin, Doh, 104, 170
Schiffer, Adam J., 59                  Shipan, Charles, 99, 158
Schildkraut, Debbie, 171               Shiraev, Eric, 119
Schiller, Wendy, 79, 137               Shires, Michael, 168
Schiltz, Elizabeth, 177                Shively, W. Phillips, 86, 168
Schlomer, Paul, 72, 82                 Shotts, Ken, 136, 147
Schlozman, Kay, 59, 68                 Shoup, Brian, 96, 142
Schmalzbauer, John, 114                Shull, Steven A., 108
Schmidt, Gregory, 75, 104              Shvetsova, Olga, 71, 72, 74
Schmidt, Jr, Ronald, 146               Sides, John, 96, 117
Schmidt, Scott, 133                    Sieberg, Karti, 121
Schneider, Aaron, 142                  Siemers, David, 77
Schneider, Carrie A., 65               Sigel, Roberta S., 68
Schneider, Mark, 63, 80, 91, 168       Sigelman, Lee, 101, 111
Schneider, Saundra, 129, 139           Signorino, Curtis S., 113
Scholz, John, 63, 140                  Silberman, Bernard S., 74
Schotten, Cheryl R., 107               Silva, Eduardo, 153
Schousen, Matthew, 157                 Silver, Brian D., 169
Schram, Sanford, 111, 139              Simmons, James, 110
Schreiber, Darren, 171                 Simon, Michael W., 113, 124
Schubert, James N., 94, 155            Simon-Rosenthal, Cindy, 87, 169
Schuknecht, Jason E., 95, 147          Simpson, Dick, 151, 159
Schultz, Kenneth A., 60                Sinclair, Barbara, 71, 157
Schwartz, David M., 83                 Sinclair-Chapman, Valeria, 70
Scott, Jo-Ann, 140                     Singer, J. David, 53
Scott, Joanna Vecchiarelli, 97         Singh, Naunihal, 162
Scott, Keesha Middlemass, 59, 70       Sirju, Nicole A., 102
Scotto, Thomas, 86                     Skilling, David, 74
Scruggs, Lyle, 170                     Slann, Martin, 123
Seely, Jennifer C., 162                Slantchev, Branislav L., 113
Segers, Mary, 70                       Slocum, Frederick, 163
Segovia, Carolina, 143                 Smith, Charles E., 58
Segura, Gary M., 88                    Smith, Claire M., 104, 142




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Smith, Elizabeth S., 160               Stewart III, Charles, 117, 127
Smith, Gregory Bruce, 152, 177         Stewart, Joseph, 55, 107, 118, 119
Smith, Joseph L., 128                  Stewart, Patrick A., 75, 155
Smith, Kevin, 128, 168                 Stier, Marc, 174
Smith, Steven S., 61, 71               Stiles, Elizabeth, 164
Smith, Troy E, 72                      Still, Dennis R., 98
Smith, Verity, 77                      Stimson, James, 110
Smooth, Wendy, 102                     Stohl, Michael, 93
Smyth, Regina, 123                     Stokes, Atiya Kai, 77
Snidal, Duncan, 144, 153, 154          Stokes, Susan, 56
Sniderman, Paul M., 154                Stone, Walt, 148
Snow, Doug, 167                        Stonecash, Jeffrey M., 117, 126
Snyder, James, 71, 174                 Strach, Patty, 135
Sobel, Richard, 69, 145                Strahan, Mark, 71
Soloweij, Lisa, 105                    Strate, John M., 158
Solt, Frederick, 66                    Stream, Christopher, 130
Soss, Joe, 110, 130                    Streb, Matthew, 77
Souva, Mark, 108, 113                  Strine IV, Harry "Neil", 65
Sozen, Ahmet, 170                      Stumbo, Circe, 116, 160
Spaeth, Harold, 148                    Su, Changhe, 144
Spalding, Rose, 57                     Suarez, Sandra, 172
Sparks, Holloway, 111                  Suker, Amy L., 54
Speliotis, Evanthia, 177               Sulfaro, Valerie, 106
Spence, Lester Kenyatte, 110           Sulfaro, Valerie A., 106, 145
Spiliotes, Dean, 166                   Sulkin, Tracy, 99
Spill, Rorie, 61, 166                  Sullivan, Terry, 122
Sprecher, Christopher, 57, 171         Sun Lee, Dong, 162
Spriggs, James, 148                    Sutton, Sean, 160
Stack, John, 160, 177                  Sutton, Thomas, 177
Stam, Allan, 53, 144                   Swank, Duane, 67
Stanislaw, Rich, 103                   Swansbrough, Robert H., 122
Stanley, Harold W., 163                Swanson, Judith, 152
Stapleton, Katina, 77                  Sweeney, Kevin, 57
Staton, Jeff, 149                      Swers, Michele L., 87
Stearns, Maxwell, 109                  Swindle, Steve, 83
Steel, Gill, 153                       Swinford, Bill, 138
Steen, Jennifer A., 82, 148            Taber, Charles, 87
Steenbergen, Marco R., 87              Tabrizi, Susan J., 130
Steen-Sprang, Louise, 154              Taggart, William, 72
Stefko, Joseph V., 64                  Talbert, Jeffrey, 114
Steger, Manfred, 115                   Tambornino, John, 136
Steger, Wayne P., 78                   Tan, Alexander, 67
Stein, Janavon, 75                     Tao, Jill, 176
Stein, Lana, 80, 150, 159              Tarar, Ahmer, 113
Stein, Robert, 86, 129, 150, 168       Tarman, Christopher, 88
Steinacker, Annette, 81, 168           Tarnopolsky, Christina, 165
Stenger, Katherine, 102                Tarry, Scott, 94
Stephan, Mark, 150                     Tate, Katherine, 69
Stephen, Roland, 94                    Tavares, Antonio, 54
Stephenson, Laura, 74, 82              Taylor, Andrew, 157
Stetson, Dorothy McBride, 125          Taylor, Justin B., 58
Steuernagel, Trudy, 69, 100, 130       Taylor-Robinson, Michelle M., 105, 143
Stevens, Daniel, 155                   Tebbins, Carol, 77
Stevenson, Linda S., 69                Tedin, Kent, 118
Stevenson, Randolph, 174               Teets, Monica A., 65




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Teigen, Jeremy M., 121                  Van Inwegen, Patrick, 54
Tepper, Robin L., 151                   Van Mieghem, Jan Van, 136
Terchek, Ronald, 88                     Van Winkle, Steven, 149
Teske, Paul, 62, 91                     Vanberg, Georg, 83, 99
Thames, Jr, Frank C., 76                Vasu, Michael, 130
Theiss-Morse, Elizabeth, 124, 134       Vatter, Miguel, 136
Theobald, Nick Andrew, 128              Vaughan, Geoffrey M., 115
Theriault, Sean M., 99                  Vavreck, Lynn, 145
Thies, Cameron G., 85                   Velasquez, Eduardo, 59, 78
Thies, Michael F., 71                   Verba, Sidney, 68
Thomas, Matthew, 159                    Vergara, Rafael, 86
Thompson, Alexander S., 53              Vergunst, Noel P., 157
Thompson, Lyke, 158                     VerKuilen, John, 119
Thompson, Norma, 107                    Vermeer, Jan P., 76
Thornton, Douglas, 104                  Victor, Jennifer Nicoll, 62
Thorson, Gregory, 158                   Vieceli, Jacqueline M., 170
Thurmaier, Kurt, 167                    Viera-Tirado, Angel, 53
Tilley, James, 134                      Vigilante, Katherine O’Harra, 137
Tillman, Erik, 56, 142                  Vile, Matthew A., 163
Tilton, Tim, 173                        Vinzant, John, 130
Ting, Michael, 71, 174                  Vleminckx, Koen, 73
Tir, Jaroslav, 171                      Voeten, Eric, 147
Tofias, Michael W., 90                  Vogel, Ronald, 127, 137
Tolbert, Caroline, 69, 100, 139         Waelti, Sonja, 138
Tolleson-Rinehart, Sue, 69, 139         Wagner, Edward, 93
Tomkin, Shelly, 167                     Wahlbeck, Paul J., 149, 166
Tomlinson, Andrew, 159                  Walker, Thomas G., 158
Tompkins, Mark, 139                     Wallach, John, 88, 156
Topper, Keith, 77, 96                   Wallerstein, Michael, 66
Tothero, Rebecca, 139, 158              Walsh, Kathy Cramer, 151
Towle, Michael J., 122                  Walsh, Kevin, 72
Treier, Shawn, 108, 121                 Waltenburg, Eric, 61, 121
Trepanier, Lee, 160                     Walton, Jr, Hanes, 125
Trish, Barbara, 98                      Wand, Jonathan N. A., 97
Trpovski, Jovan, 158                    Wang, Cheng-Lung, 176
True, James L., 145                     Wang, Yuan-kang, 144
Tschoepe, Gary J., 90                   Warber, Adam, 166
Tubbs, James, 138                       Ward, James D., 59
Tucker, Jennifer, 102                   Ware, Robert, 153
Tucker, Joshua, 57, 67, 143             Warner, Jamie, 156
Tuckness, Alex, 156                     Warrick, Catherine, 142
Tulli, Emily, 125                       Wasby, Stephen L., 118
Turner, Charles, 169                    Watry, Ruth Ann, 65
Turner, Robert C., 90                   Wawro, Gregory, 71, 128
Tverdova, Yuliya, 93, 116               Way, Christopher, 75, 133
Twombly, Jim, 91                        Wayland, Sarah, 66
Uhlir, Lisa, 64, 122                    Weaver, Vesla, 102
Ulbig, Stacy, 124, 134                  Webb, Susan Kaye, 79
Unmack, Cynthia, 79                     Weber, Ronald, 138
Unter, Heidi J., 163                    Weibust, Inger, 103
Vacca, W. Alexander, 124                Weiher, Gregory, 118
Valentino, Nicholas, 58                 Weimer, David, 139
Van de Walle, Nicolas, 74, 162          Weiner, Robert, 132
Van der Kolk, Henk, 145                 Weinstein, Meredith Blackwell, 130
Van Houweling, Robert, 158              Weisberg, Herbert, 60, 155, 169




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Weissert, Carol, 139                Worsham, Jeff, 55, 80
Welch, Reed L., 115                 Wray, Harry, 110
Welch, Susan, 130                   Wright, Christopher, 100
Weldon, Jeffrey, 104                Wright, Gerald C., 109, 118
Weldon, S. Laurel, 164              Wrighton, J. Mark, 99, 167
Wells, Jason, 104                   Wrinkle, Robert, 81
Welzel, Christian, 132              Wysong, Trevor L., 112
Wendt, Alexander, 170               Yackee, Jason Daniel, 94
Wert, Joseph L., 98, 122            Yalof, David A., 90
Wessel, Harry, 115                  Yap, O. Fiona, 143, 170
Wesselink, Peggy, 126               Yarnold, Barbara M., 160
Wheeler, Darren, 65                 Yasuoka, Masaharu, 54
White, Ismail, 70                   Yates, Jeffrey, 72, 158
White, John K., 98                  Yenor, Scott, 59, 156
White, Stephen K., 78               Yi Hong, Okyeon, 110
Whitford, Andrew, 63                Yi, Joseph E., 54
Whitten, Guy, 67, 78                You, Woongjo, 154
Wibbels, Erik, 74, 112              Young, Garry, 72, 79
Wiley, Michael, 103                 Young, Gregory, 175
Wilkins, Vicky, 61                  Young, Iris M., 89
Willey, Elaine A., 175              Young, Kathleen, 112
Williams, Alyson, 115               Young, Margaret, 87, 173
Williams, Christine B., 106         Young, McGee, 126
Williams, Gwyneth I., 135           Young, Steven P., 80
Williams, Jackson, 72               Zagare, Frank C., 133
Williams, John, 140                 Zaller, John, 78
Willoughby, Katherine, 167          Zechmeister, Elizabeth, 58
Wilson, Catherine H., 95            Zeigler, Sara L., 146
Wilson, Craig, 172                  Zeng, Langche, 97
Wilson, Graham K., 137, 174         Zierler, Matthew C., 154
Wilson, Rick K., 157, 174           Zorn, Christopher, 138, 149
Wilson, Sven E., 146                Zuckert, Catherine, 131
Winborne, Warner, 140               Zumbrunnen, John, 156
Wingrove, Elizabeth, 88
Winters, Richard F., 62, 149
Wiseman, Alan, 60, 89
Witko, Chris, 113
Witte, John, 168
Wittenberg, Jason, 177
Wlezien, Christopher, 58, 114
Wolak, Jennifer, 137, 166
Wolbrecht, Christina, 96
Wolf, Michael Raymond, 153
Wolf, Patrick, 168
Wolfe, Leslie R., 102
Woliver, Laura, 119
Wong, Janelle S., 107
Wong, Kenneth, 72, 91, 168
Wong, Sunny M. C., 121
Wood, B. Dan, 128, 159
Wood, David, 72
Wood, Frederick S., 65
Woods, Neal, 176
Woolard, J. Christopher, 122
Woolley, John, 61




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