Journal of Political Science
The Journal of Political Science (ISSN-0587-0577) is the official journal of the South Carolina Political Science Association and published annually by Athenaeum Press. JoPS seeks to publish original research of high quality that contributes to all subfields of political science. We especially welcome research on Southern politics and politics on the state of South Carolina.
Journal of Political Science 2012 (v. 40)
Table of Contents
The Role of Precedent and Case Salience on Judicial Decision-Making: Is
Justice Anthony Kennedy a Moderate or a Staunch Conservative on the U.S.
Paul Foote, East Kentucky University
Judicial Selection in Texas: A study of General Election Outcomes: 1988-2004
Billy Monroe, Prairie View A&M University
Dr. Lee Payne, Stephen F. Austin State University
The Effects of Professional and Citizen Legislative Structure on Women and Men Legislators
Donald E. Whistler, University of Central Arkansas
Mark C. Ellickson, Missouri State University
The Effect of Political Advertising on Voter Participation
Frederick S. Wood, Coastal Carolina University
Jeremy F. Duff, Midwestern State University