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Matthew C. Nowlin

Assistant professor of political science at the College of Charleston

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Curriculum Vitae 


Books

 Environmental Policymaking in an Era of Climate Change.  2019.   Routledge.  more info


 Quantitative Research Methods for Political Science, Public Policy, and Public Administration.  2017.   University Libraries, University of Oklahoma. SHAREOK, Open Education Resource. more info


Refereed Articles

 "'Hot Rocks that Shoot Ghost Bullets': Native American Perceptions of a Nuclear Waste Facility."  2017.  Politics, Groups, and Identities, Forthcoming. more info


 "Modeling Issue Definitions using Quantitative Text Analysis." 2016.  Policy Studies Journal,  44(3): 309-331.  more info


 "Cultural Theory and Managerial Values: Examining Trust as a Motivation for Collaboration." 2016.  Public Adminstration,  94(4): 915-932.  more info


 "Policy Change, Policy Feedback, and Interest Mobilization: The Politics of Nuclear Waste Management." 2016.  Review of Policy Research,  33(1):51-70.  more info


 "Partisanship, Information, and Public Opinion about Yucca Mountain." 2015.  Proceedings of the 15th International High-Level Radioactive Waste Management Conference,  226-231.  more info


 "Reconsidering the Relationship Between Cultural Theory, Political Ideology, and Political Knowledge." 2012.  Social Science Quarterly,  99(3):713-731.  more info


 "Weather, Climate and Worldviews: The Sources and Consequences of Public Perceptions of Changes in Local Weather Patterns." 2012.  Weather, Climate, and Society, 4(2):132-144.  more info


 "Theories of the Policy Process: State of the Research and Emerging Trends" 2011.  Policy Studies Journal, 39(s1):41-60.  more info


 "Reversing Nuclear Opposition: Evolving Public Acceptance of a Permanent Nuclear Waste Disposal Facility." 2011.  Risk Analysis, 31(4):629-644.  more info


 "The Implementation of the Oklahoma Marriage Initiative to Individuals Receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families." 2008.  Oklahoma Politics, 17:111-131.  more info