Research

Books

Rice, Laurie L. and Kenneth W. Moffett. The Political Voices of Generation Z. Forthcoming with Routledge. Online Appendix.

Moffett, Kenneth W. and Laurie L. Rice 2016. Web 2.0 and the Political Mobilization of College Students. Lanham, MD: Lexington Press (Paperback Released in 2018).

  • Featured in The Hill and The Huffington Post.

Book Chapters

Kenneth W. Moffett and Laurie L. Rice. “Presidential Candidates and Civic Engagement among College Students: Mobilizing a New Generation.” Forthcoming in Generations in American Politics, ed. Sally Friedman and David Schultz. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press. Online Appendix.

Rice, Laurie L. and Kenneth W. Moffett 2020. “College Students, Political Engagement, and Snapchat in the 2020 General Election.” In U.S. Election Analysis 2020: Media, Voters, and the Campaign, eds. Danielle Coombs, Dan Jackson, Darren Lilleker, Einar Thorsen, and Filippo Trevisan. Poole, United Kingdom: Bournemouth University. Pages 94.95. Online Appendix.

Moffett, Kenneth W. and Laurie L. Rice. 2015. “Taking Political Science Courses and Civic Activity.” Technology and Civic Engagement in the Classroom: Engaging the Unengaged, ed. Stephen Caliendo, Suzanne Chod and William Muck. New York City, New York: Palgrave MacMillan. Pages 13-47.

Journal Articles

LaFond, Larry and Kenneth W. Moffett 2020. “Lexical Complexities in the St. Louis Dialect Island.” American Speech 95(2): 173-202.

Rice, Laurie L. and Kenneth W. Moffett 2019. “Snapchat and Civic Engagement among College Students.” Journal of Information Technology and Politics 16(2): 87-104. Online Appendix.

Mares, Dennis M. and Kenneth W. Moffett 2019. “Climate Change and Crime Revisited: An Exploration of Monthly Temperature Anomalies and UCR Crime Data.” Environment and Behavior 51(2): 502-529.

Moffett, Kenneth W. and Laurie L. Rice 2018. “College Students and Online Political Expression During the 2016 Election.” Social Science Computer Review 36(4): 422-439. Online Appendix.

Hayden Foster, Carly and Kenneth W. Moffett 2016. “Candidate Qualifications and Gender in U.S. Congressional Elections.” National Social Science Journal 47(2): 38-58.

Moffett, Kenneth W. 2016. “Partisan Vote Buying and Suspensions in the Postreform House.” Party Politics 22(4): 478-489.

Mares, Dennis M. and Kenneth W. Moffett 2016. “Climate Change and Interpersonal Violence: a “Global” Estimate and Regional Inequities.” Climatic Change 135(2): 297-310.

  • Featured in The Alton TelegraphEdwardsville IntelligencerForbesMinneapolis Star-TribuneUndark MagazineThe Washington Post‘s Monkey Cage Blog, KTRS Radio, and KTVI Television (two appearances).

Moffett, Kenneth W.; Forrest Maltzman; Karen Miranda; and Charles R. Shipan 2016. “Strategic Behavior and Variation in the Supreme Court’s Caseload over Time.” Justice System Journal 37(1): 20-38.

  • Featured in National Journal and The Washington Post‘s Monkey Cage Blog.

Moffett, Kenneth W.; Laurie Rice; and Ramana Madupalli 2014. “Young Voters and War: The Iraq War as a Catalyst for Political Participation.” Social Science Quarterly 95(5): 1419-1443.

Ainsworth, Scott; Brian M. Harward; Kenneth W. Moffett and Laurie Rice 2014. “Congressional Response to Statements of Administration Policy and Presidential Signing Statements.” Congress and the Presidency 41(3): 312-334.

Rice, Laurie; Kenneth W. Moffett and Ramana Madupalli 2013. “Campaign-related Social Networking and the Participation of College Students.” Social Science Computer Review 31(3): 257-279.

Ainsworth, Scott; Brian M. Harward and Kenneth W. Moffett 2012. “Congressional Response to Presidential Signing Statements.” American Politics Research 40(6): 1067-1091.

Moffett, Kenneth W. 2012. “Parties and Procedural Choice in the House Rules Committee.” Congress and the Presidency 39(1): 1-27.

Harward, Brian M. and Kenneth W. Moffett 2010. “The Calculus of Cosponsorship in the U.S. Senate.” Legislative Studies Quarterly 35(1): 117-143.

Statistical Software

Feldman, Thomas* and Kenneth W. Moffett 2016. “freqdist: A Package for Generating Frequency Distributions.” Available through The Comprehensive R Archive Network (CRAN).

* Undergraduate student coauthor

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