Faculty Publications

Selected Faculty Publications: 2010-present

2022

2021

Emily Acevedo, “Gender-Based Violence and Femicide in Mexico: Why Is the Law Failing to Protect Mexico’s Women?” In D. Peterson & D. Zhang, eds. International Responses to Interpersonal Violence: Gender-Specific and Socio-Cultural Approaches (Routledge, 2021)

Emily Acevedo and Alexandra Lazar, “Active Learning and Interpersonal Skills Development among First-Generation College Students,” International Studies Perspectives (August 2021)

Chongmyoung Lee, "Understanding the Diverse Performance Measures of Nonprofits: A Quantitative Study of Performance Measurement Adoption," Public Performance & Management Review (April 2021)

Chongmyoung Lee, "Factors Influencing the Credibility of Performance Measurement in Nonprofits," International Review of Public Administration (February 2021)

Timothy C. Lim, "Toward a Multicultural State in South Korea? A Social Constructivist Perspective" in Michael Weiner, ed., Routledge Handbook of Race and Ethnicity in Asia  (Routledge, 2021)

Timothy C. Lim and Changzoo Song, "Editors’ Introduction: Socio-Cultural and Political Changes in South Korea through a Discursive Lens," International Journal of Korean History (August 2021).

Timothy C. Lim and Changzoo Song, "Ideas, Discourse, and the Microfoundations of South Korea’s Diasporic Engagement: Explaining the Institutional Embrace of Ethnic Koreans Since the 1990s," International Journal of Korean History (August 2021).

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Timothy C. Lim, The Road to Multiculturalism in South Korea: Ideas, Discourse, and Institutional Change in a Homogenous Nation-State (London and New York: Routledge, 2021)

 

 


Timothy C. Lim, "Challenging the ‘Hierarchy of Nationhood’: Diasporic Entitlement and the Case of Korean Chinese (Chosŏnjok) in South Korea,” with Changzoo Song, forthcoming in European Journal of Korean Studies.

Timothy C. Lim, “South Korea’s Dilemma: Foreign Workers in a ‘Homogenous Society,’” Georgetown Journal of Asian Affairs (July 2021) 

2020

Gabrielle Clark, "The Southern and Western Prehistory of 'Liberty of Contract': Revisiting the Path to Lochner in Light of the New History of American Capitalism," American Journal of Legal History (September 2020)

Xian Gao with Tao Chen, Wenshan Guo, and Zhehao Lianga, "AI-based Self-Service Technology in Public Service Delivery: User Experience and Influencing Factors," Government Information Quarterly (August 2020)

Gar Culbert, The Dynamism of Political Power in the United States (Great River Learning: Dubuque, 2020)

2019

Chongmyoung Lee, " Understanding the Diverse Purposes of Performance Information Use in Nonprofits: An Empirical Study of Factors Influencing the Use of Performance Measures," Public Performance and Management Review (April 2019)

Timothy C. Lim, “’It’s Not Just Talk’: Ideas, Discourse, and the Prospects for Transformational Change in a Homogenous Nation-State,” Asian Ethnicity (December 2019)

Timothy C. Lim, Dong-Hoon Seol, and Atsuko Sato, “’Neither Fish nor Fowl’: An Examination of South Korea’s Diaspora Engagement Policies,” in Takeyuki Tsuda and Changzoo Song, eds., Diasporic Returns to the Homeland: The Korean Diaspora in Comparative Perspective (Palgrave McMillan, 2019)

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Michael McLendon, The Psychology of Inequality: Rousseau’s “Amour-Propre” (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019)

 

 

 

 

Marla Parker, Laurie Mook, L., Chen-Yu Kao, & Alex Murdock, "Accountability and Relationship-Definition Among Food Banks Partnerships,"VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations (September 2019)

Gar Culbert and Alexandra J. Lazar, “An Extraordinary Set of Circumstances: Rouda vs. Rohrabacher in California’s 48th Congressional District,” in Randall E. Adkins and David A. Dulio. eds., Cases in Congressional Campaigns: Split Decision (Routledge: New York, 2019)

Marla Parker and Dimitri Seals, Introduction to Political Science: Civic and Social Innovation (Great River Learning, 2019)

2018

Taylor Dark, "Partisan Polarization and Political Access: Labor Unions and the Presidency," Interest Groups & Advocacy (May 2018)

Jessica DeShazo,“What about the Public? The Role of Government in the Creation of Public Art in Berlin from the Third Reich to Today,” The International Journal of Social, Political, and Community Agendas in the Arts (September 2018).

Timothy Lim and Dong-Hoon Seoul, “Explaining South Korea’s Diaspora Engagement Policies,” Development & Society (December 2018)

Marla Parker and Lisa Turner DeVera, "Intro Essay: Setting the Stage for Highlighting Work in Cultural Competency Pedagogy," eJournal of Public Affairs (August 2018).

Marla Parker and Christoper Hayter, “Factors that Influence the Transition of University Postdocs to Non-Academic Scientific Careers: An Exploratory Study,” Research Policy (October 2018)

Marla Parker and Barry Bozeman, "Social Media as a Public Values Sphere," Public Integrity (March 2018)

Barry Bozeman, Jan Youtie, Eriko Fukumoto, and Marla Parker, “When is Science Used in Science Policy? Examining the Importance of Scientific and Technical Information in National Research Council Reports,” Review of Policy Research (December 2018)

April Jackson, Marla A. Parker, Lisa Turner DeVera, Ivis Garcia, Tisha Holmes, Ellen Shiau & Christina Medina, "Moving the Needle: Early Findings on Faculty Approaches to Integrate Culturally Competent Pedagogy into Educational Spaces," eJournal of Public Affairs (August 2018)

Marla Parker and Ellen Shiau, "Cultural Competency in Public Human Resource Management: Handling Bureaucratic Discretion in an Age of Cultural Pluralism," in Ali Farazmand, ed., Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy and Governance (New York: Springer, 2018)

Ellen Shiau, "Coalition Building in Los Angeles," in Marion Orr and Domingo Morel, eds., Latino Mayors: Power and Political Change in the Post Industrial City (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2018)

2017

Chongmyoung Lee and Richard Clerkin, "Exploring the Use of Outcome Measures in Human Service Nonprofits: Combining Agency, Institutional, and Organizational Capacity Perspectives," Public Performance and Management Review (March 2017)

Chongmyoung Lee and Richard Clerkin, "The Adoption of Outcome Measures in Human Service Nonprofits," Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs (July 2017)

Timothy C. Lim, "The Road to Multiculturalism in South Korea,” ­Georgetown Journal of International Affairs (October 2017)

2016

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Jessica DeShazo, Chandra Lal Pandey, and Zachary A. Smith, Why REDD Will Fail (New York: Routledge, 2016)

 

 

 

 


Stuart Bretschneider and Marla Parker, "Organization Formalization, Sector and Social Media: Does Increased Standardization of Policy Broaden and Deepen Social Media Use in Organizations?" Government Information Quarterly (October 2016)

Martin J. Adamian, “Privacy Rights and Public Employment” Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance (Springer 2016)

Emily Acevedo and Atsuko Sato, "Why Collective Action? Explaining the Rise of Social Movements,” in Timothy C. Lim, Doing Comparative Politics: An Introduction to Approaches and Issues, 3rd edition (Boulder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2016)

2015

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Jessica DeZhazo and Zachary Smith, eds., Developing Civic Engagement in Urban Public Art Programs (Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield, 2015)

 

 

 

 

Jessica DeShazo and Zachary Smith, "The Fragile Desert: Managing the Great Basin’s Environmental Crisis," in Dennis R. Judd and Stephanie L. Witt, eds., Cities, Sagebrush, and Solitude: Urban Change and Cultural Conflict in the Great Basin (Reno, NV:  University of Nevada Press, 2015)

Chongmyoung Lee and Branda Newell, "A Framework for Assessing the Performance of Nonprofit Organizations," American Journal of Evaluation (August 2014)

Ellen Shiau, Juliet Musso, and Jefferey M. Sellers, "Change Afoot: Neighborhood Politics in the Post-Industrial City" in Clarence N. Stone and Robert P. Stoker, eds., Urban Neighborhoods in a New Era: Revitalization Politics in the Postindustrial City (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2015)

Ellen Shiau, Juliet Musso, and Jefferey M. Sellers, "City Fragmentation and Neighborhood Connections: The Political Dynamics of Community Revitalization in Los Angeles." in Clarence N. Stone and Robert P. Stoker, eds., Urban Neighborhoods in a New Era: Revitalization Politics in the Postindustrial City (University of Chicago Press, 2015)

Michael McLendon, "The General Will after Rousseau: The Case of Tocqueville,” in David Lay Williams and James Farr, eds. The General Will:  The Evolution of a Concept (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015)

Gar Culbert, Michael Pomirchy, and Raphael Sonenshein, “Determinants of Political Participation in Urban Politics: A Los Angeles Case Study,” California Journal of Public Policy (2015)

Gar Culbert, “Realizing 'Strategic' Voting in Presidential Primaries,” Rationality and Society (April 2015)

Timothy C. Lim, “Late Migration, Discourse, and the Politics of Multiculturalism in South Korea: A Comparative Perspective,” in John Lie, ed., Multiethnic Korea? Multiculturalism, Migration, and Peoplehood: Diversity in Contemporary South Korea (UC Berkeley Institute of East Asian Studies, 2015)

Heidi R. Riggio, R. Priscilla Lui, Amber L. Garcia, Brigitte K. Matthies, Gar Culbert, and Jessica Bailey, “Initial Validation of a Self-Report Measure of Perceptions of Interpersonal Attraction,” in Personality and Individual Differences (February 2015) 

Timothy C. Lim and David Haines, “The Korean Search for Multiculturalism,” in Yuk Wah Chan, David Haines, Jonathan H. X. Lee, eds., The Age of Asian Migration: Continuity, Diversity and Susceptibility (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2015)

2014

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Timothy C. Lim, Politics in East Asia: Explaining Change and Continuity (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2014)

 


 

 

Timothy C. Lim, “Migrant Korean Women in the US Commercial Sex Industry: An Examination of the Causes and Dynamics of Cross-Border Sexual Exploitation,” Journal of Research in Gender Studies (2014)

Timothy C. Lim, International Political Economy: An Introduction to Approaches, Regimes, and Issues • Open-source textbook published by the Saylor Foundation (Saylor.org, 2014)

Michael McLendon, “Rousseau and the Minimal Self:  A Solution to the Problem of Amour-Propre,” European Journal of Political Theory (July 2014)

2013

Emily Acevedo, "State Building and Development: How Mexico’s Past Still Matters to its Present," Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos (Summer 2013)

Michael McLendon, “The Politics of Sour Grapes:  Sartre, Elster, and Tocqueville on Frustration, Failure, and Self-Deception,” Review of Politics (Spring 2013)

John S. Treantafelles, "Socratic Testing: Protagoras 310a–314b," Interpretation: A Journal of Political Philosophy (Fall 2013).

2012

Taylor E. Dark, “Trade Unions and the Democratic Party,” in David Coates, ed. The Oxford Companion to American Politics (Oxford University Press, 2012)

Timothy C. Lim, "South Korea as an ‘Ordinary’ Country: Industrialization, Democracy and the Politics of Immigration,” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (March 2012)

2011

Taylor E. Dark, "The Economic Crisis and Organized Labor: Resentment over Solidarity," New Political Science (December 2011)

Taylor E. Dark, "Liberals, Labor, and Party Government,” Polity (July 2011)

2010

Timothy C. Lim, "Rethinking Belongingness in Korea: Transnational Migration, ‘Migrant Marriages,’ and the Politics of Multiculturalism,” Pacific Affairs (Special Issue), (March 2010)

Timothy C. Lim, Doing Comparative Politics: An Introduction to Approaches and Issues, Second Edition (Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2010)