Steven B. Redd
Ph.D., Political Science, Texas A&M University, 2000
B.A., International Relations, Brigham Young University, 1990
PolSci 175: Introduction to International Relations - Syllabus (pdf)
PolSci 203: Introduction to Political Science Research - Syllabus (pdf)
PolSci 340: The Politics of Nuclear Weapons - Syllabus (pdf), Online (pdf)
PolSci 423: Conduct of American Foreign Affairs - Syllabus (pdf), Online (pdf)
PolSci 700: Scope and Methods of Political Science - Syllabus (pdf)
PolSci 953: Seminar in American Foreign Policy - Syllabus (pdf)
Foreign Policy Decision Making, International Relations, U.S. Foreign Policy, Political Psychology
International Relations, U.S. Foreign and National Security Policy, Nuclear Weapons and World Politics, Conflict Studies
Ethnic Minority Groups and U.S. Foreign Policy: Examining Congressional Decision Making, (with T. Rubenzer).
Emotions and Foreign Policy Decision Making, (with N. Geva).
Foreign Policy Decision Making and Antiterrorism Strategies: An Experimental Examination of Foreign Policy Elites, (with A. Mintz, and A. Vedlitz).
Explaining U.S. Policy Towards China and Taiwan.
Can We Generalize from Student Experiments to the Real World in Political Science, Military Affairs and International Relations. 2006. Journal of Conflict Resolution 50:757-776. (with A. Mintz and A. Vedlitz).
The Influence of Advisers and Decision Strategies on Foreign Policy Choices: President Clinton's Decision to Use Force in Kosovo. 2005. International Studies Perspectives 6:129-150.
Bureaucrats vs. the Ballot Box in Foreign Policy Decision Making: An Experimental Analysis of the Bureaucratic Politics Model and the Poliheuristic Theory. 2004. Journal of Conflict Resolution 48 (1):69-90. (with E. Christensen).
Framing Effects in International Relations. 2003. Synthese 135:193-213. (with A. Mintz).
The Influence of Advisers on Foreign Policy Decision Making: An Experimental Study. 2002. Journal of Conflict Resolution 46 (3):335-364.