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DR. MATT L. BERGBOWER
Year Joined ISU
Expertise and Activity Statement
Bergbower, Matthew L. 2018. A Profile of the American Electorate: Partisan Behavior and the Need for Reform. New York: Routledge.
Publications on Correct Voting
Bergbower, Matthew L. and Milovan Dakic. Forthcoming. “America’s Foe on Twitter: English and Farsi Political Messages from Iranian Leaders.” Journal of Political & Military Sociology.
Bergbower, Matthew L. and Robert Van Sickle. 2021. “Partisanship Over Principle: The ‘Logic’ of Congressional Impeachment Inquiries.” In The Evolution of Political Rhetoric, ed. Robert X. Browning. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press. https://docs.lib.purdue.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1065&context=ccse
Schmitt, Carly A. and Matthew L. Bergbower. 2020. “Building the Border Wall: Congressional Efforts to Support Trump’s Immigration Legacy.” In President Trump’s First Term, ed. Robert X. Browning. West Lafayette, IN: Purdue University Press.https://docs.lib.purdue.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1034&context=ccse.
Bergbower, Matthew L. 2019. “A New Way to Legislate: Enhancing the Powers of the Presidency and Congress” N.Y.U. Journal Legislation & Public Policy Quorum. https://nyujlpp.org/quorum/bergbower-enhancing-the-powers-of-the-presidency-and-congress/.
Bergbower, Matthew L. 2017. "When are Students Ready for Research Methods? A Curriculum Mapping Argument for the Political Science Major." Journal of Political Science Education. 13(2): 200-210.
Bergbower, Matthew L. 2015. “Indiana Politics at a Crossroad: Democrats Competing in a Conservative State.” In Presidential Swing States: Why Only Ten Matter, eds. David A. Schultz and Stacey Hunter Hecht. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
Bergbower, Matthew L., Scott D. McClurg, and Thomas M. Holbrook. 2015. “The Partisan Content of Candidate Messages in Senate Elections,” Journal of Elections, Public Opinion & Parties. 25 (3): 333-350.
McClurg, Scott D. and Matthew L. Bergbower. 2012. “Elections and Electoral Behavior.” in The Oxford Companion to American Politics, ed. David Coates. New York: Oxford University Press, 332-339.