Recent Publications (available on-line only)
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Mark Mellman, Aaron Strauss and
Kenneth D. Wald. 2012. Jewish
American Voting Behavior: 1972-2008. Washington, DC: Solomon
Kenneth D. Wald. 2011. "Regimes of Religion and State: A Widening
Atlantic?" Politics, Religion &
Ideology." 12 (October), 257-270.
Kenneth D. Wald. 2009. "The Diaspora Project of Arab Americans: Assessing the
Magnitude and Determinants of Politicized Ethnic Identity." Ethnic & Racial Studies 32 (8, October), 1304-1324.
Kenneth D. Wald. 2009. "Religion and the Workplace: A Social Science
Perspective," Comparative Labor Law &
Policy Journal 30 (3, Spring), 471-483.
Michael Martinez, Kenneth D. Wald
& Stephen C. Craig. 2008 "Homophobic
Opinion Quarterly 72 (4, Winter), 753-767.
Clyde Wilcox, Kenneth D. Wald &
Ted G. Jelen. 2008. "Religious
Science: A Second Look." Journal
of Politics 70: (3,
Kenneth D. Wald. 2008. "Homeland Interests and Hostland Politics: Politicized
Middle Eastern Heritage Groups in the United
Migration Review 42 (2, Summer), 273-301
Jennifer Solomon, Susan K.
Kenneth D. Wald, and
Michael Gavin. 2007. "Estimating
at a Ugandan Park with the Randomized Response
Technique." Human Dimensions of Wildlife 12 (2,
Kenneth D. Wald and Clyde Wilcox. 2006. "Getting Religion: Has Political Science
Rediscovered the Faith Factor?" American
100 (4, December): 523-529.
Kenneth D. Wald and Bryan D. Williams. 2006. "American
The Sources of Politicized Ethnic Identity." Nationalism and Ethnic Politics
Kenneth D. Wald, Adam L. Silverman and Kevin S. Fridy. 2005. "Making
in Political Life." Annual
of Political Science
Elizabeth A. Oldmixon, Beth Rosenson, and Kenneth D. Wald.
Role of Religion, Race, Party and
Ideology in the U.S. House of Representatives, 1997-2002," Terrorism
Violence 17 (3, October): 407–426.
James G. Kane, Stephen C. Craig, Kenneth D. Wald and
Martinez. 2004. "Religion
in Florida: A List Experiment." Social
Science Quarterly 85 (2,
Work in Progress
Kenneth D. Wald - Major ongoing work is a comprehensive study
of American Jewish political behavior from the 1930s through the
Kenneth D. Wald & Danielle Feinstein - Higher
Education and Political Attitude Change: Is Israel the Exception that
Proves the Rule?