Keith E. Lee Jr.

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Working Papers

Published

Keith E. Lee Jr., Sydny Bryan, and James LaPlant. 2017. “Game Day Meets Election Day: Sports Records, Election Results, and the American South.” Social Sciences Quarterly. 98(5):1422-1434. [Paper PDF] [Data .xlsx .dta] [Replication .do .txt] [Miller’s Data .xlsx .dta]

Seth C. McKee, Antoine Yoshinaka, Keith E. Lee Jr., Richard McKenzie. 2016. “Party Switchers and Reelection: A Precinct Level Analysis.” American Review of Politics 35(2):1-26. [Paper PDF]

Mandi Bates Bailey, Keith Lee, and Lee R. Williams. 2013. “Repealing ‘Don’t Ask Don’t Tell’: The Impact of Stereotypes on Attitudes toward Homosexuals in the Military.” American Review of Politics 34 (Summer): 85-102.

Conference Presentations

2018. “Religion, Republicanism, and Realignment in Alabama: An Analysis of the 2017 U.S. Senate Special Election.” with James LaPlant at the Symposium of Southern Politics at the Citadel in Charleston, S.C., March 4-5. [Paper PDF] [Data .xlsx]

2016. “Reconstructed: Institutional Reform in the U.S. House and the Shaping of Southern Politics” at the Symposium of Southern Politics at the Citadel in Charleston, S.C., March 3-4.

2016. “The Allure and Conceit of the Newest South: Revisiting the Black Belt” with Nicholas A. Rudnik at the Symposium of Southern Politics at the Citadel in Charleston, S.C., March 3-4.

2014. “Who Punishes Party Switchers?” with Seth McKee (Texas Tech University), Antoine Yoshinaka (American University) and Richard McKenzie (University of South Florida) Symposium on Southern Politics at the Citadel, Charleston, S.C., March 6-7.

2014. “Game Day Meets Election Day: Sports Records, Election Results, and the American South,” with James LaPlant and Sydny Bryan (both at Valdosta State University). Symposium on Southern Politics at the Citadel, Charleston, S.C., March 6-7.

2012. “Repealing ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’: The Impact of Stereotypes on Attitudes to Homosexuals Serving in the Military” with Mandi Bailey (Valdosta State University). Annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, April 12-14.

2011. “The Uses and Abuses of Twitter: How Members of Congress are Relying on Twitter to Shape Public Opinion and Divide America.” Annual meeting of the Georgia Political Science Association, Savannah, GA, November 10-12.

2011. “Reflections from a Local Election in South Georgia: A Handbook for Aspiring Candidates.” Annual meeting of the Southern Political Science Association, New Orleans, LA, January 13-15.

2010. “North Carolina: Prototype for Progressivism in the South.” Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium in the College of Arts and Sciences at Valdosta State University. Valdosta, GA, April 15-16.