Dr. Steven Nawara

Associate Professor, Political Science Department

Ph.D., Ohio State University, 2011
M.A., Ohio State University, 2008
B.A., Ball State University, 2006

Scholarly Presentations:

Bailey, M. B., & Nawara, S. P. (2019, April). Information overload? The impact of scandals on candidate evaluation. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL.

Bailey, M.B. & Nawara, S.P. (2017). Gay candidates, group stereotypes, and the news media: An experimental design. In Brettschneider, M., Keating, C., and Burgess, S. (Eds.), LGBTQ Politics: A Critical Reader (pp. 334-349). New York: New York University Press.

McCallum,-Ferguson, S., O’Connell, E. & Nawara, S.P. (2017). Higher education and the Lasallian mission in an age of inequality. AXIS: Journal of Lasallian Higher Education, 8(2), 5-17.

Nawara, S.P. (2017) Wind Energy Positions of the Republican and Democratic Parties. In Walker, T. (Ed.) Today’s Environmental Issues: Democrats and Republicans (pp. 344- 354). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

Nawara, S.P. & Bailey, M.B. (2017). The Twitter election: Analyzing candidate use of social media in the 2016 presidential campaign. In Baumgartner, J. and Towner, T. (Eds.), The Internet and the 2016 Election (pp. 79- 107). Lanham, MD: Lexington Press.

Nawara, S.P. (2015, January). Arguing for Alaskan statehood: A content analysis of the public debate. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans, LA.

Scholarly Publications:

Bailey, M. B., & Nawara, S. P. (2018). Addressing women and minorities on social media by the 2016 U.S. Presidential Candidates. Social Science Computer Review. doi:10.1177/0894439318779342

Bailey, M. B., Nawara, S. P., & Thomas, T.L. (2018). Tweeting about race: An analysis of U.S. senatorial Twitter activity regarding issues impacting Blacks and Latinos. National Political Science Review, 19(2), 111-131

Nawara, S.P. (2015). Who is responsible, the incumbent or the former president? Motivated reasoning in responsibility attributions. Presidential Studies Quarterly, 45(1), 110-131.

Exceptional Service:

Peer reviewer, American Politics Research, Political Behavior, and Politics, Groups and Identities.

Reviewer, American Politics Research, Rowman and Littlefield Publishing, 2014.

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